On Thursday, September 24, the RITM has organized a series of PhD seminars in Economics. The format was 20 minutes of uninterrupted presentation and 10 minutes of Q&As.

The program:

NameTitle of Presentation
10h-10h30Charles XavierUse and economic value of big data
10h35-11h05Risienne MazenganiWell-being and transportation in digitization era
11h10-11h40Alexis Noir-LuhalweDoes the Employer Size Matter to the Gender Wage Gap?
11h45-12h15Ismaeel TharwatIs Globalization Stifling Innovation in Developing Countries?
14h-14h30Kevin LefebvreTrade Policy and Firms’ Dynamics
14h35-15h05Anran MaoDual embeddedness of MNEs’ oversea research centers and their innovation performance
15h10-15h40Hugo AllouardPrivacy in competitive markets
15h45-16h15Clara JeanComputer Algorithms Prefer Headless Women
16h20-16h50Théo MarquisBad nudge and voice assistants: a lab-in-the-field experiment