Economics

Au RITM de l’AFSE 2021

Jean Lacroix et José De Sousa ont participé au congrès 2021 de l’AFSE qui a eu lieu du 8 au 10 juin.Jean Lacroix a présenté “The Origins of Elite Persistence : Evidence from political purges in post-World War II France” avec Toke Aidt (University of Cambridge) et Pierre-Guillaume Méon (Université libre de Bruxelles).José DE SOUSA a présenté, “Peer Effects and Competition: Evidence from 5-to 95-Year-olds” avec Benoit (…)

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The Cem Artur Prize 2021

Congratulations to Alexis Noir-Luhalwe and Ismaeel Tharwat who were awarded the Cem Artur Prize at the 19th Edition of the International Spatial Econometrics & Statistics Workshop, for their articles “Importing Gender Equality: A Technological Revolution Effect“.The Cem Ertur Prize aims to recognize and honor outstanding research by a junior researcher related to spatial econometrics. This prize is given to a young researcher that presents a very promising (…)

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The carbon ‘carprint’ of urbanization: New evidence from French cities

Miren Lafourcade recently published her paper “The carbon ‘carprint’ of urbanization: New evidence from French cities“, co-authored with Camille Blaudin de Thé and Benjamin Carantino, in Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Abstract: This paper investigates the causal impact of city shape on car use and emissions within French metropolitan areas. We in particular analyze the influence of a novel indicator of urban geometry that captures differences in the (…)

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Mathieu Couttenier (University of Lyon, ENS de Lyon & GATE) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 31 May, from 11:00 to 12:00. Mathieu Couttenier (University of Lyon, ENS de Lyon & GATE) will present “The Economic Costs of Conflict: A Production Network Approach” co-writting with Nathalie Monnet et Lavinia Piemontese.

Abstract :We provide new evidence on how conflict adversely affects economic outcomes. Specifically, we ask whether and how the production network is a first-order determinant of (…)

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Covid-19 and the mental health of disavantaged immigrants in the greater Paris area

Jean-Noël Senne recently published his paper « Deterioration of mental health and insufficient Covid-19 information among disadvantaged immigrants in the greater Paris area » in the Journal of Psychomatic research, 146 (2021), co-authored with the Makasi Research team. This paper is part of the Makasi Research project.Abstract: The aim of this study is to provide information on changes in mental health (…)

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Clara Jean soutient sa thèse

Clara Jean soutient sa thèse le 21 mai 2021 à 10h30, à la faculté Jean Monnet à Sceaux. Elle s’intitule “Quatre Essais en Économie Numérique: Biais des Algorithmes et Données Personnelles” réalisée sous la direction de Fabrice Le Guel et Grazia Cecere à l’Université Paris Saclay.

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Kévin Lefebvre soutient sa thèse

Kévin Lefebvre soutient sa thèse le 18 mai 2021 à 13h, à la faculté Jean Monnet à Sceaux. Elle s’intitule “Les (des)accords commerciaux au XXIe siècle” et a été réalisée sous la direction de Matthieu Crozet à l’Université Paris Saclay.

Composition du Jury:José De Sousa, Professeur, Université Paris-Saclay, ExaminateurAnne-Célia Disdier, Directrice de recherche, INRAE, Rapporteure & ExaminatriceLionel Fontagné, Professeur, Paris School of Economics, Rapporteur & ExaminateurMaurizio Zanardi, Professeur, (…)

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