External seminar & conference

The 11th European Meeting of the Urban Economics Association

Miren Lafourcade attended the 11th European Meeting of the Urban Economics Association, which was held at the London School of Economics and Political Science, on April 29-30, 2022.She presented her paper entitled “Place-Based Policies: Opportunity for Deprived Schools or Zone-and-Shame Effect?”, co-authored with Manon Garrouste.

Abstract: Even though place-based policies channel large transfers toward low-income urban neighborhoods, the degree to which they provide disadvantaged residents with more opportunities (…)

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Royal Economic Society 2022

Théo Marquis gave a presentation on April 13, 2022 at Royal Economic Society 2022. He presented his article « The Work/Leisure Trade-off in Online Labour Markets: The Case of Amazon Mechanical Turk ».

Abstract : This article illustrates the trade-off between online work and leisure. We use the introduction of the widely played mobile game Pokémon Go to observe its impact on the online labour platform, Amazon Mechanical (…)

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Workshop on Regional and Urban Economics

Miren Lafourcade gave a presentation on February 25, 2022 at the Workshop on Regional and Urban Economics organized by the Center for Regional Economic Development (CRED) and the Department of Economics at the University of Bern.She presented a work in progress entitled “Place-Based Policies: Opportunity for Deprived Schools or Zone-and-Shame Effect?“, joint with Manon Garrouste (University of Lille).

Abstract: Even though place-based (…)

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The 3rd Crowdworking Symposium

Théo Marquis gave a presentation on September 17, 2021 at the 3rd Crowdworking Symposium (Virtual Conference), University of Bremen, GERMANY. He presented “The Work/Leisure Trade-off in Online Labour Markets: The Case of Amazon Mechanical Turk“.

Abstract:This article illustrates the trade-off between online work and leisure. We use the introduction of the widely played mobile game Pokémon Go to observe its impact on the online labour platform, Amazon Mechanical (…)

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CODE@MIT

Théo Marquis gave a presentation on November 4-5, 2021 at the 2021 Conference on Digital Experimentation @ MIT (CODE@MIT) (Virtual Conference), Boston, United-States. He presented Bad Nudge, Kids and Voice Assistants: A Social Preferences lab-in-the-field Experiment with Fabrice Le Guel (U. Paris-Saclay) and Serge Pajak (U. Paris-Saclay).

Abstract:Connected devices using voice recognition as a form of input (Google Home, Amazon Echo, Apple Homepod) are increasingly popular. This mode (…)

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Le RITM au WORKSHOP AXE SANTÉ

Sandra Charreire Petit participé au Workshop Axe Santé: « Le pilotage des organisations de santé et médico-sociales et la crise du COVID-19 : Regards croisés entre scientifiques et professionnels » organisé par le laboratoire MONTPELLIER MANAGEMENT, le lundi 13 décembre 2021.Elle participe à une table ronde en plénière intitulée “Innovations et proximités : quelles perspectives ?” et y présente les recherches qu’elle mène dans le cadre du projet PROXE-SANTE (…)

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Le RITM à l’ASSA

Du 7 au 9 Janvier, José de Sousa et Jean Lacroix vont participer au congrès de l’Allied Social Sciences Associations regroupant plus de 67 associations scientifiques en sciences sociales. José De Sousa présentera son papier intitulé « Trickle Down Effects of Affirmative Action: A Case Study in France » (Avec Muriel Niederle, Stanford) dans la session « Gender Differences: Lessons from Behavioral Economics in the Lab and (…)

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