EEA-ESEM Manchester 2019

Manchester, UK

 
August 26, 2019
 
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10:00 to 19:00 Registration
 
 
12:30 to 14:00University Place - Lecture Theatre A The Deaton Review: Inequalities in the 21st Century Challenges for Economics and for Policy
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below EEA Contributed Sessions 1
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below ES Contributed Sessions 1
 
 
16:00 to 16:30 Coffee Break
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below EEA Contributed Sessions 2
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below ES Contributed Sessions 2
 
 
18:00 to 19:15 EEA Schumpeter Lecture
 
 
20:00 to 22:30 Welcome Reception
 
 
 
August 27, 2019
 
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09:00 to 17:45 EEA Poster Session
 
 
09:00 to 10:15see below EEA Contributed Sessions 3
 
 
09:00 to 10:15see below ES Contributed Sessions 3
 
 
10:15 to 10:45 Coffee Break
 
 
10:45 to 12:45see below EEA Invited Sessions 1
 
 
10:45 to 12:45see below ES Invited Sessions 1
 
 
12:45 to 14:15 Lunch
 
 
13:00 to 14:00University Place - Lecture Theatre A Communication, Expectations and Monetary Policy (EEA-ECB Session)
 
 
13:00 to 14:00University Place - 1.218 Accounting for the Welfare of Nations: Measuring Productivity and Well-being in the Long Run (organised by the Local Organising Committee)
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below EEA Contributed Sessions 4
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below ES Contributed Sessions 4
 
 
16:00 to 16:30 Coffee Break
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below EEA Contributed Sessions 5
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below ES Contributed Sessions 5
 
 
18:00 to 19:15 ES Presidential Address
 
 
 
August 28, 2019
 
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09:00 to 10:15 ES Laffont Lecture
 
 
10:15 to 10:45 Coffee Break
 
 
10:45 to 12:45see below EEA Contributed Sessions 6
 
 
10:45 to 12:45see below ES Contributed Sessions 6
 
 
12:45 to 14:15 Lunch
 
 
13:00 to 14:00University Place - Lecture Theatre A The Policy Impacts of Empirical Research
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below EEA Contributed Sessions 7
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below ES Contributed Sessions 7
 
 
16:00 to 16:30 Coffee Break
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below EEA Contributed Sessions 8
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below ES Contributed Sessions 8
 
 
18:00 to 19:15 EEA Presidential Address
 
 
19:15 to 19:45University Place - Lecture Theatre B EEA Members' Meeting
 
 
 
August 29, 2019
 
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09:00 to 10:15 EEA Marshall Lecture
 
 
10:15 to 10:45 Coffee Break
 
 
10:45 to 12:45see below EEA Invited Sessions 2
 
 
10:45 to 12:45see below ES Invited Sessions 2
 
 
12:45 to 14:15 Lunch
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below EEA Contributed Sessions 9
 
 
14:15 to 16:00see below ES Contributed Sessions 9
 
 
16:00 to 16:30 Coffee Break
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below EEA Contributed Sessions 10
 
 
16:30 to 17:45see below ES Contributed Sessions 10
 
 
18:00 to 19:15 ES Fisher‐Schultz Lecture
 
 
 
August 30, 2019
 
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09:00 to 16:00 Data Wrangling for Economists with Stata and the Command Line - Workshop
 
 
09:00 to 12:30University Place - 4.205 Griliches Lectures
 
 
09:00 to 10:30University Place - 2.220 ERC Grant Proposal Writing
 
 
09:00 to 10:30University Place - 2.218 How to Provide and Receive Quality Feedback in Academia: Strategies for Young Economists
 
 
10:30 to 11:00 Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 13:00University Place - 2.220 Causes and Consequences of Populism: European Focus A Policy Relevant Discussion
 
 
11:00 to 13:00University Place - 2.218 Activating Economics Teaching
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

The Deaton Review: Inequalities in the 21st Century Challenges for Economics and for Policy
Location: University Place - Lecture Theatre A
August 26, 2019 12:30 to 14:00
 
Panel Presentations and Open Discussion Chair: James Banks (IFS and Manchester) Speakers: Richard Blundell (IFS and UCL), Inequality, Redistribution and the Labour Market Penny Goldberg (Yale and Chief Economist, World Bank), The Unequal Effects of Globalisation Tim Besley (LSE), Inequality: Some Political Economy Issues Orazio Attanasio (UCL and IFS), Inequality and Human Development: a Two Way Link. The session follows the recent launch of the IFS Deaton Review https://www.ifs.org.uk/inequality/ The panel will discuss recent changes in inequalities and the challenges for economics and for policy. The focus will not be only on earnings and incomes but also other dimensions of inequality, including health, well-being and political voice. We will discuss the drivers of recent changes in labour and commodity markets. The panel will also discuss how inequality can affect political changes and how certain political outcomes can affect inequality. Similarly, we will be discussing how inequality affects and is affected by changes in communities, local environment, families and human development. Organised by ESRC Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy at IFS.

EEA Contributed Sessions 1
Locations: listed below
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Access to Health Insurance, University Place - 1.219
Asset Prices and Politics, University Place - 4.211
Automation, AI and Growth, University Place - 3.204
Banks, Debt and Crisis, University Place - 3.213
Behavioural Game Theory and Experiments, University Place - 2.220
Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills: Learning, Attainment and Earnings, Kilburn Building - 1.5
Econometric Methods, Jean McFarlane - 2.325
Environmental Policy and Regulation I, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Experimental Finance, University Place - 2.217
Experimental Labour Economics, University Place - 2.219
Finance and the Real Economy, University Place - 4.213
Gender in the Labour Market, Jean McFarlane - G306 b
Housing and Local Labour Markets, University Place - 4.209
Inequality, University Place - 4.205
International Capital Flows, Jean McFarlane - G306 a
Monetary Policy Shocks: High Frequency Identification, University Place - 3.209
Monetary Policy Tradeoffs, University Place - 3.211
Protectionism, Kilburn Building - 1.4
Regulation and Information, Simon Building - Theatre D
Social Connections in Politics, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Structural Change and Regional Development , Jean McFarlane - 2.329
The Role of Oil and Fiscal Policy in the Business Cycle, Simon Building - Theatre C
Trade Policy, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Unemployment and Labour Market Policies, Kilburn Building - 1.3

ES Contributed Sessions 1
Locations: listed below
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Data Uncertainty and Macroeconomic Forecasting, University Place - 3.212
Dynamic Games, University Place - 4.214
Fiscal Policy: Debt and Positive Issues, University Place - 3.205
Information and Mechanism Design, University Place - 4.204
International Financial Markets, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Labour Markets, Gender and Human Capital , Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Macroeconomics: Growth, University Place - 2.218
Political Economy of Education, University Place - 4.206
Political Polarization, University Place - 1.218
Productivity: Theory and Measurement, University Place - 3.210
Regulation and Market Outcomes, Jean McFarlane - 2.328
Semi/Nonparametric Methods, University Place - 3.214
Taxation and Labour Markets, University Place - 4.212
Volatility Models, University Place - 4.210

EEA Contributed Sessions 2
Locations: listed below
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Bank Risk, University Place - 2.219
Bonds and Commodities, University Place - 2.217
Business Cycles, University Place - 3.204
Contracts and Organizations, Jean McFarlane - 2.325
Demography and Development , University Place - 4.213
Elderly Care, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Global Linkages , University Place - 1.219
Information Transmission in Networks, University Place - 4.209
Media of Information Transmission, University Place - 4.211
Misallocation and Mismatch, University Place - 3.209
Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound, University Place - 3.211
Savings and Income Risks, University Place - 3.213
School and Home Inputs in Learning and Achievement, University Place - 2.220
Tax and Transfers, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Taxes, Regulation and Inequality, University Place - 4.205
Technology Adoption and Green Growth, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
The Economics of Immigration and Outmigration, Jean McFarlane - G306 b

ES Contributed Sessions 2
Locations: listed below
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Advances in Estimation Methods, University Place - 3.212
Banking: Empirics, University Place - 2.218
Beliefs and Knowledge, University Place - 4.214
Climate and Environmental Economics I, Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Contract Theory I, University Place - 1.218
General Equilibrium and Mathematical Economics, University Place - 4.204
Household Labour Supply and Retirement , University Place - 4.212
Identification and Estimation of Structural Models I, University Place - 3.205
Learning and Experimentation I, University Place - 4.206
Monetary Policy and Forward Guidance, University Place - 3.214
Macro-Finance I: Real and Financial Shocks, University Place - 3.210
Optimal Fiscal Policies, University Place - 4.210

EEA Schumpeter Lecture
Location:
August 26, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
 
Schumpeter Lecture, University Place - Lecture Theatre B

EEA Poster Session
Location:
August 27, 2019 09:00 to 17:45
 
POSTER SESSION, University Place - The Drum

EEA Contributed Sessions 3
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 09:00 to 10:15
 
Banks and Sovereign Debt, University Place - 4.209
Behavioural Decision Making, University Place - 3.213
Business Cycles and Incomplete Markets, University Place - 2.220
Climate Change - Discounting and Carbon Budgets, Jean McFarlane - 2.325
Financing Entrepreneurs, University Place - 4.205
Firm Dynamics Over The Business Cycle, University Place - 4.213
Gender Wage Differentials, University Place - 1.219
Housing and Mortgages, University Place - 2.217
Inflation Expectations and and Inflation Dynamics, University Place - 2.219
Internalities, Jean McFarlane - G306 b
IO in Finance, University Place - 3.211
Local Public Finance I, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Mechanism Design and Implementation, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Media and Politics: Theory, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Migration, University Place - 4.211
Regulation and Mergers, University Place - 3.209
Search and Matching in Labour Markets, University Place - 3.204

ES Contributed Sessions 3
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 09:00 to 10:15
 
Banking: Theory, University Place - 3.205
Climate and Environmental Economics II, Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Contributions to Time Series Analysis, University Place - 4.204
Corporate Finance, University Place - 3.210
Efficient Mechanism Design, University Place - 4.210
Info-Metrics for Modelling and Inference, University Place - 4.206
Interest Rate Determinants, University Place - 3.212
Learning and Experimentation II, University Place - 4.212
Macroeconomics: Culture, Social Status and Aspirations and Inequality, University Place - 3.214
Misallocation and Micro-Development , Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Monetary Policy: Long Run Issues, University Place - 4.214
Sovereign Debt and Default, University Place - 2.218

EEA Invited Sessions 1
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
 
Aspirations, Skills, and Policies: Women’s Success in the Labour Market, Kilburn Building - 1.1
Heterogeneity in Macroeconomics, Simon Building - Theatre B
Capital Income and Taxes, Simon Building - Theatre E
Social Interactions in Political Economy, Simon Building - Theatre D

ES Invited Sessions 1
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
 
Decisions in Markets and Organizations, Simon Building - Theatre A
Experimental Economics, Simon Building - Theatre C
Micro and Macro Forecasting, University Place - Lecture Theatre A

Communication, Expectations and Monetary Policy (EEA-ECB Session)
Location: University Place - Lecture Theatre A
August 27, 2019 13:00 to 14:00
 
Organiser: European Central Bank Chair: Marcel Fratzscher (DIW) Speakers: Luis de Guindos (ECB), Silvana Tenreyro (LSE and external member of the Bank of England’s MPC) and Ricardo Reis (LSE) Communication can help make central banks transparent and thereby contribute to their accountability and to the management of expectations of economic agents. While these roles are generally important, they have become even more relevant in recent times, when central banks needed to explain the rationale and the workings of new policy tools, and when central banks used forward guidance, a tool that relies entirely on communication. This plenary panel session will bring together distinguished policy-makers and academics to discuss issues such as the role of central bank communication in shaping agents' expectations, the effectiveness of forward guidance, and the future of monetary policy communication.

Accounting for the Welfare of Nations: Measuring Productivity and Well-being in the Long Run (organised by the Local Organising Committee)
Location: University Place - 1.218
August 27, 2019 13:00 to 14:00
 
Organisers: Local Organising Committee, University of Manchester Speakers: Stephen Broadberry (University of Oxford), Nicholas Crafts (University of Warwick) and Guido Alfani (Bocconi University, Milan) While most economists are aware of the work of Angus Maddison, it was often based on informed conjectures at best. But in the last decade, economic historians have made much progress in measuring economic growth (and inequality) over the centuries. As a consequence, we now have a much clearer picture of the process of economic growth in the long run. This plenary panel session will bring together some of the main protagonists of this recent work. to discuss what we have been learning and where this research program is now moving.

EEA Contributed Sessions 4
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Banks’ Capital Structure and Regulation, University Place - 3.204
Causes and Consequences of Conflict and Violence, University Place - 2.220
Central Bank Asset Purchases, Kilburn Building - 1.5
Communication and Private Information, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Corruption and the Rise of Extremism, Simon Building - Theatre D
Credit Intermediation and Crises, University Place - 3.209
EIB Session on Investment, University Place - 3.211
Experiments on Morality, Jean McFarlane - G306 b
Fiscal Policy, Jean McFarlane - G306 a
Gender, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Health Determinants, Williamson Building - Room G.47
International Prices, University Place - 4.205
International Shock Transmission, University Place - 4.209
Macroeconomic and Financial Cycles, Jean McFarlane - 2.323
Minimum Wages and Low Pay, University Place - 3.213
Modelling Monetary Policy, Kilburn Building - 1.3
Monetary Policy and Housing, Kilburn Building - 1.4
Private-Public Sector Interactions, Jean McFarlane - 2.329
Retirement, University Place - 2.217
Returns to School Inputs and Policies, University Place - 2.219
Sovereign Debt, University Place - 4.211
Tax Evasion I, University Place - 4.213
Trading Firms, University Place - 1.219
Valuation, Preferences and Consequences of Pollution, Jean McFarlane - 2.325

ES Contributed Sessions 4
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Asset Pricing Econometrics, University Place - 4.210
Communication, University Place - 2.218
Econometrics of Macro Models, University Place - 4.212
Economics of Networks, University Place - 1.218
Empirical Asset Pricing, University Place - 4.214
Gains from Trade with Institutional and Market Frictions, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
High-Dimensional Econometrics, University Place - 4.204
History and Household, Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Housing and Economic Fluctuations, University Place - 3.205
Migration and the Labour Market, University Place - 3.210
Monetary Policy and Asset Markets, University Place - 3.212
Repeated Games of Collusion: Empirical Analysis, University Place - 4.206
Theoretical Political Economy, University Place - 3.214

EEA Contributed Sessions 5
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Climate Change - Response to Climate Shocks, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Economic and Political Effects of Refugees' Inflows, University Place - 3.211
Determinants and Stability of Preferences, University Place - 1.219
Fiscal Multipliers, University Place - 2.217
Global Banks, University Place - 3.204
Human Capital, Mismatch and Unemployment, University Place - 2.220
Incentives and Biases in Corporate Finance, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Incomplete Information and Search, University Place - 3.213
Interaction of Macroprudential Policy with Monetary Policy and Liquidity Regulat..., University Place - 4.205
Intergenerational Mobility, University Place - 4.209
Local Public Finance II, University Place - 4.211
Media and Politics: Evidence, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Phillips Curves, University Place - 2.219
Public Policies and Development , University Place - 4.213
Rulers and Empires in Economic History, Jean McFarlane - G306 b
Trading Inputs, University Place - 3.209

ES Contributed Sessions 5
Locations: listed below
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Advances in Microeconometrics, University Place - 4.204
Behavioural Finance, University Place - 4.212
Business Cycles Fluctuations and the Behaviour of Firms, University Place - 3.205
Financial Frictions, Financial Intermediation, and the Macroeocnomy, University Place - 3.210
Games with Incomplete Information, University Place - 3.212
Household, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Identification and Estimation of Structural Models II, University Place - 4.206
Networks, University Place - 3.214
Political Economy in Historical Perspective, University Place - 2.218
Peer Effects, University Place - 1.218
Quantile Models, University Place - 4.210
Search, Matching and Wage Determination, University Place - 4.214

ES Presidential Address
Location:
August 27, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
 
ES Presidential Address, University Place - Lecture Theatre B

ES Laffont Lecture
Location:
August 28, 2019 09:00 to 10:15
 
Laffont Lecture, University Place - Lecture Theatre B

EEA Contributed Sessions 6
Locations: listed below
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
 
Asset Pricing and Risk Premium, University Place - 2.217
Birth Outcomes and Child Health, University Place - 2.219
Consumption and Houeshold Behaviour, University Place - 2.220
Culture, Persistance and Development, Jean McFarlane - 2.325
Education, Science and Technology in Economic History, Simon Building - Theatre D
Electoral Systems, Kilburn Building - 1.3
Employment Contracts, University Place - 3.204
Environmental Policy and Regulation II, Jean McFarlane - 2.329
Exchange Rates and International Spillovers, University Place - 3.209
Foreign Direct Investment, University Place - 3.211
Groups, Leadership and Gender, University Place - 1.219
Healthcare and Health, University Place - 3.213
Information in Markets, University Place - 4.205
Knowledge, Innovation, and R&D, University Place - 4.209
Labour Market Policy, Kilburn Building - 1.4
Law and Economics of Sanctions and Crime, University Place - 4.211
Monetary Policy Transmission, Williamson Building - Room G.03
New Approaches to Business Cycles, University Place - 4.213
Risk, Aspirations and Behaviour , Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Skill Demand, Jean McFarlane - 2.328
Wages, Williamson Building - Room G.47
What Works in Schools and Beyond?, Kilburn Building - 1.5

ES Contributed Sessions 6
Locations: listed below
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
 
Aggregate Dynamics of Frictional Labour Markets , University Place - 4.204
Choice and Preferences, University Place - 2.218
Collective Decision Making, University Place - 1.218
Health, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Heterogeneous Agents and Inequality, University Place - 4.206
Hypothesis Testing, University Place - 3.205
Industrial Organisation: Empirical Structural Models, University Place - 3.214
Macroeconomics: Consumption and Saving, University Place - 4.210
Macroeconomics: Government Policies, Income Distribution and Inequality, University Place - 4.212
Monetary Policy and Financial Markets, University Place - 4.214
Panel Data, University Place - 3.210
Partial Identification, University Place - 3.212
Rural/Urban/Industrial Development, Jean McFarlane - 2.326

The Policy Impacts of Empirical Research
Location: University Place - Lecture Theatre A
August 28, 2019 13:00 to 14:00
 
Organiser: EEA Standing Committee on Research (member Andrea Weber) How influential is empirical research in economics for policy decisions in Europe? The impressive rise in empirical research in economics is not equally reflected in a more vivid exchange between policy makers and academic researchers. This is unfortunate as a large body of research based on rigorous identification strategies and rich administrative data from national registers provides an important input for evidence based policy making. To motivate the exchange, the EEA Standing Committee of Research starts collecting examples of empirical research that have an impact on public policy. To initiate the collection, this lunch session invites leading researchers who report about experiences in the areas of migration, education, and tax policy. Speakers and Presentations: Ghazala Azmat Funding Higher Education, Christian Dustmann, Migration, Politics, and the Media and Claus Thustrup Kreiner, Economics of Taxation: From Research to Policy

EEA Contributed Sessions 7
Locations: listed below
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Altruism and Norms, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Boundedly Rational Investors and Asset Prices , University Place - 2.217
Collusion, University Place - 1.219
EAERE Session on Environmental Economics, Simon Building - Theatre D
Education, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Evaluation of Labour Market Policies, University Place - 2.219
Fertility and Children, University Place - 3.204
Financial Frictions and Business Cycles, University Place - 3.209
Forecasting Macro and Financial Variables, Jean McFarlane - 2.325
Gender Differentials in Education and the Labour Market, University Place - 3.211
Interactions, Jean McFarlane - 2.328
International Finance, University Place - 3.213
International Production, University Place - 4.205
Job Search, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Labour Supply, University Place - 4.209
Learning, Beliefs and Overconfidence, University Place - 4.213
Misallocation, Kilburn Building - 1.3
Optimal Monetary Policy, University Place - 4.211
Political Economy of Development , Jean McFarlane - 2.329
Politics and Fiscal Policies, University Place - 2.220
Public Procurement in Developing Countries, Simon Building - Theatre A
Relationship Lending and Access to Credit, Kilburn Building - 1.4
Retirement and Pensions I, Simon Building - Theatre C
Stress Testing, Kilburn Building - 1.5
Trade, Variety, and Inequality, Jean McFarlane - 2.323

ES Contributed Sessions 7
Locations: listed below
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Computational Problems and Machine Learning, University Place - 4.206
Education and Training: Policy Evaluation, Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Empirical Political Economy, University Place - 1.218
Financial Systems and Regulation, University Place - 2.218
Fiscal Policy: Empirical Evidence on Multipliers, University Place - 3.214
Forecasting Financial Econometrics, University Place - 4.204
Identification of VAR Models, University Place - 4.212
Inference in Predictive Regressions and Factor Models, University Place - 4.214
Labour Markets Flows and Outcomes, University Place - 3.212
Matching, University Place - 3.205
Optimal Mechanisms, University Place - 3.210
Trade Policy and Trade Effects with Global Value Chains, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Treatment Effects, University Place - 4.210

EEA Contributed Sessions 8
Locations: listed below
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Banks and the Central Bank, University Place - 1.219
Bounded Rationality and Learning, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Consumption and Expectations, University Place - 2.217
Economics of Philanthropy: Experiments, University Place - 4.211
Environmental Policy and Regulation - Energy and Waste, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Exchange Rates and Finance, University Place - 3.211
Fiscal Policy and Firm Dynamics, University Place - 2.220
Global Inequality, University Place - 4.209
Ideology and Cooperation, University Place - 4.213
Investment Funds and Strategies, University Place - 3.204
Liquidity Regulation, University Place - 3.209
Robots and Trade, University Place - 3.213
Technology and Labour Shares, University Place - 2.219
The Rise of Populism I, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Transportation and Urban Economics, University Place - 4.205

ES Contributed Sessions 8
Locations: listed below
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Dynamic Choice, University Place - 1.218
Gender and Age Gaps in the Labour Market, University Place - 2.218
Health Insurance, University Place - 4.204
Information Design, University Place - 3.214
Learning, University Place - 3.212
Macroeconomics: Human Capital, Education and Inequality, University Place - 3.210
Market Experiments, University Place - 4.206
Programme Evaluation, University Place - 4.214
Risk Management, University Place - 4.212
Search and Asymmetric Information , University Place - 3.205
Time Series Modelling with Regime Changes and Non-Gaussianities, University Place - 4.210

EEA Presidential Address
Location:
August 28, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
 
EEA Presidential Address, University Place - Lecture Theatre B

EEA Marshall Lecture
Location:
August 29, 2019 09:00 to 10:15
 
Marshall Lecture, University Place - Lecture Theatre B

EEA Invited Sessions 2
Locations: listed below
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
 
Competition and Concentration, Simon Building - Theatre B
Gender and Development, Kilburn Building - 1.1
Surveys of Expectations and Their Use, Simon Building - Theatre E
Technological Innovation and Cities, Simon Building - Theatre D

ES Invited Sessions 2
Locations: listed below
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
 
Advances in Empirical Analysis of Organizations, University Place - Lecture Theatre A
Decision Making within Organisations / Political Economy, Simon Building - Theatre A
New Methods for Sensitivity Analysis, Simon Building - Theatre C

EEA Contributed Sessions 9
Locations: listed below
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Consumer Search, Jean McFarlane - G306 a
Education Policies , Jean McFarlane - 2.328
Exchange Rates and the Real Economy, University Place - 4.205
Financial Frictions and Firms, Jean McFarlane - 2.325
Forward Guidance, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Gender and Marriage in Development, University Place - 3.209
Global Value Chains, University Place - 4.209
Home Ownership and Risks, University Place - 2.220
Inequality and Redistribution, University Place - 2.217
IO Theory, Jean McFarlane - 2.329
Labour Markets: Frictions and Technology, University Place - 3.213
Maternal Labour Supply, University Place - 3.204
Monetary Policy and the Banking Sector, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Money in Politics: Campaign Contributions and Lobbying, University Place - 2.219
Retirement and Pensions II, Kilburn Building - 1.4
Schools and Neighbourhoods, Jean McFarlane - G306 b
Social Preferences, University Place - 1.219
Sovereign Debt and Default, University Place - 4.211
Systemic Risk, Banks and NonBanks, Williamson Building - Room G.47
Tax Evasion II, Kilburn Building - 1.3
Taxation and the Firm, Kilburn Building - 1.5
Trade Shocks, University Place - 4.213
Twenty Years of the Euro, Simon Building - Theatre D
Wages and Firms, University Place - 3.211

ES Contributed Sessions 9
Locations: listed below
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
 
Aggregate Volatility and Spillovers in Open Economies, University Place - 4.212
Behaviour in Games, University Place - 4.210
Contract Theory II, University Place - 4.204
Economic Conditions, Education Choices and Outcomes, University Place - 3.212
Industrial Organisation: Theory, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Macro-Finance II: Predictability and Discount Rates, University Place - 3.210
Methods for Evaluation of Financial Forecasts, University Place - 3.205
Minimum Distance Estimation, Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity, University Place - 2.218
Optimal Monetary and Capital Account Policy, University Place - 4.214
Voting and Elections, University Place - 4.206
Welfare Economics, University Place - 3.214

EEA Contributed Sessions 10
Locations: listed below
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Energy Consumption and Regulation, Jean McFarlane - G306 b
Expectations, Uncertainty and Cycles, University Place - 3.204
Institution Specialization and Change, University Place - 1.219
Labour Flows Over The Business Cycle, University Place - 3.211
Labour Market Risk , University Place - 2.219
Labour Markets in the Global Economy, University Place - 4.205
Macroprudential Regulation and Politics, University Place - 3.213
Monetary Policy with Financial Frictions, University Place - 2.217
Preferences, University Place - 4.213
Public Sector Accounting, University Place - 4.211
Shocks and Expectations, Jean McFarlane - 2.327
Structural Transformation, University Place - 3.209
The Economic and Social Consequences of ICT, University Place - 2.220
The Rise of Populism II, Williamson Building - Room G.03
Trade and the Labour Market, University Place - 4.209
Wealth Inequality, Williamson Building - Room G.47

ES Contributed Sessions 10
Locations: listed below
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
 
Crime and Public Policies, Jean McFarlane - 2.324
Empirical Analyses of Fiscal Policy, University Place - 4.204
Forecasting in Economics and Finance, University Place - 4.210
Growth and Structural Change, University Place - 3.205
Individual Preferences and Choice, University Place - 3.210
Information Acquisition and Discovery, University Place - 4.214
Information Technology and Market Performance, University Place - 3.212
Labour Market Search and Matching, Jean McFarlane - 2.326
Market Microstructure , University Place - 3.214
Social Choice, University Place - 4.212
Specification Tests in Panel Data, University Place - 4.206

ES Fisher‐Schultz Lecture
Location:
August 29, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
 
Fisher‐Schultz Lecture, University Place - Lecture Theatre B

Data Wrangling for Economists with Stata and the Command Line - Workshop
Location:
August 30, 2019 09:00 to 16:00
 
This is a pilot Data Carpentry workshop for economists, covering an introduction to the command line, data wrangling in Stata, and effective coding practices in Stata. Topics include running do files from the command line, reading and writing various data formats, handling data quality (missing values, text data), transforming data using collapse, reshape and merge, and easy-to-read, modular coding with expressive variable names, commands and for loops. Bring your own laptop. You will engage in live coding and receive continuous feedback from instructors and other learners. Some familiarity with Stata is assumed, but no prior programming experience or econometrics background are needed. If necessary, a short-term license of Stata 15 will be provided. Space is limited, so please register at July 15 by emailing congress@eeassoc.org. The EEA is a supporting member of The Carpentries, a non-profit organisation providing researchers high-quality, domain-specific training covering the full lifecycle of data-driven research.

Griliches Lectures
Location: University Place - 4.205
August 30, 2019 09:00 to 12:30
 
Speaker : Robert Shimer (University of Chicago) Title: Theory and Measurement in the Labour Market Topic: We have seen an enormous increase in available labour market data in recent years, which in turn has encouraged the belief that we can understand the world by looking at data in a nonstructural or atheoretical way. These lectures will discuss recent research that critically assesses that view. Any approach to summarizing large datasets must make some assumption about which data moments are most informative. Assumptions that are convenient, such as linearity or additive separability, may be inconsistent with standard economic theory and may give misleading results if the standard theory is correct. These lectures will illustrate this with both microeconomic and macroeconomic applications, examining questions like the sorting of workers and firms, the determinants of unemployment duration, and shifts in the matching function over time.

ERC Grant Proposal Writing
Location: University Place - 2.220
August 30, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
This session offers a mentoring and training workshop for ERC grant preparation. The session will start with a panel discussion on the ins and outs of ERC grant preparation, with the viewpoints of the ERC as well as recent successful ERC applicants. This will be followed by a hands-on session where potential applicants have the opportunity to discuss their application and strategy with recent ERC recipients, individually or in small groups. This year's panel will consist of: Libertad Gonzalez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona GSE) Rachel Griffith (University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal Studies) Holger Herz (University of Fribourg) Small Group Sessions: Ruben Durante (Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona GSE) Libertad Gonzalez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona GSE) Rachel Griffith (University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal Studies) Nezih Guner (CEMFI) Holger Herz (University of Fribourg) Kjetil Storesletten (University of Oslo)

How to Provide and Receive Quality Feedback in Academia: Strategies for Young Economists
Location: University Place - 2.218
August 30, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Organizer: European Association of Young Economists (EAYE) Speakers: Heather Anderson (Monash University), Zohal Hessami (University of Mannheim), Ricardo Reis (London School of Economics and Political Science), Chiara Scotti (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) Moderation: Laura Castillo-Martínez (London School of Economics and Political Science), Anna Maria Koukal (University of Fribourg and Swiss Distance University) Feedback is an integral part of a successful academic career. The focus of this panel discussion will be on the ways of giving and receiving feedback in academia. We will look at different types of feedback and at the components of quality feedback.

Causes and Consequences of Populism: European Focus A Policy Relevant Discussion
Location: University Place - 2.220
August 30, 2019 11:00 to 13:00
 
The recent research in economics and political science on the causes and consequences of populism sheds some light (or lack thereof) for the future of policy making in European nations. Global problems require global solutions, while nationalist attitudes block European integration. The recent European elections show that participation can rebound if the fears of nationalism mobilizes sentiments as much as the fears that caused populism in the first place. Speakers: Abdul Noury Changing Political Cleavages in Advanced Democracies: Evidence from the European Parliament Andre Sapir The 2019 European Election: Consequences for the New European leadership Ruben Durante Populism and the Use of Fear for Political Gain: Empirical Evidence from the Ebola Outbreak in the US Massimo Morelli Populism and the Double Effect of Shrinking Policy Space for European Nations

Activating Economics Teaching
Location: University Place - 2.218
August 30, 2019 11:00 to 13:00
 
The session will be concerned with changes in the practice of economics teaching. We will be looking at various types of active teaching and learning that are emerging or increasingly used within economics teaching including motivational sequencing with the CORE curriculum, classroom games, the use of flipping and other uses of technology. Speakers: Ralf Becker (University of Manchester), Alvin Birdi (University of Bristol), Cloda Jenkins (UCL) and Humberto Llavador (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

 

Summary of All Sessions

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#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapers
1August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Access to Health Insurance3
2August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Asset Prices and Politics4
3August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Automation, AI and Growth4
4August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Banks, Debt and Crisis4
5August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Behavioural Game Theory and Experiments4
6August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5 EEA
contributed
Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills: Learning, Attainment and Earnings4
7August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Econometric Methods4
8August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Environmental Policy and Regulation I4
9August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Experimental Finance3
10August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Experimental Labour Economics4
11August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Finance and the Real Economy3
12August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
Gender in the Labour Market4
13August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Housing and Local Labour Markets4
14August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Inequality3
15August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 a EEA
contributed
International Capital Flows4
16August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy Shocks: High Frequency Identification4
17August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy Tradeoffs4
18August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4 EEA
contributed
Protectionism4
19August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
contributed
Regulation and Information4
20August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Social Connections in Politics4
21August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329 EEA
contributed
Structural Change and Regional Development 4
22August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre C EEA
contributed
The Role of Oil and Fiscal Policy in the Business Cycle4
23August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Trade Policy4
24August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3 EEA
contributed
Unemployment and Labour Market Policies4
25August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Data Uncertainty and Macroeconomic Forecasting3
26August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Dynamic Games3
27August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Fiscal Policy: Debt and Positive Issues4
28August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Information and Mechanism Design4
29August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
International Financial Markets3
30August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Labour Markets, Gender and Human Capital 3
31August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Macroeconomics: Growth4
32August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Political Economy of Education4
33August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Political Polarization4
34August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Productivity: Theory and Measurement4
35August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.328 ES
contributed
Regulation and Market Outcomes4
36August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Semi/Nonparametric Methods4
37August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Taxation and Labour Markets4
38August 26, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Volatility Models4
39August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Bank Risk3
40August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Bonds and Commodities3
41August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Business Cycles3
42August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Contracts and Organizations3
43August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Demography and Development 3
44August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Elderly Care3
45August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Global Linkages 3
46August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Information Transmission in Networks3
47August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Media of Information Transmission3
48August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Misallocation and Mismatch3
49August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound3
50August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Savings and Income Risks2
51August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
School and Home Inputs in Learning and Achievement3
52August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Tax and Transfers3
53August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Taxes, Regulation and Inequality3
54August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Technology Adoption and Green Growth3
55August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
The Economics of Immigration and Outmigration2
56August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Advances in Estimation Methods3
57August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Banking: Empirics3
58August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Beliefs and Knowledge3
59August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Climate and Environmental Economics I3
60August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Contract Theory I3
61August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
General Equilibrium and Mathematical Economics3
62August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Household Labour Supply and Retirement 3
63August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Identification and Estimation of Structural Models I3
64August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Learning and Experimentation I3
65August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Monetary Policy and Forward Guidance3
66August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Macro-Finance I: Real and Financial Shocks3
67August 26, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Optimal Fiscal Policies3
68August 26, 2019
18:00-19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B EEA
invited
Schumpeter Lecture1
69August 27, 2019
9:00-17:45
University Place - The Drum EEA
contributed
POSTER SESSION6
70August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Banks and Sovereign Debt3
71August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Behavioural Decision Making3
72August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Business Cycles and Incomplete Markets3
73August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Climate Change - Discounting and Carbon Budgets3
74August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Financing Entrepreneurs3
75August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Firm Dynamics Over The Business Cycle3
76August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Gender Wage Differentials3
77August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Housing and Mortgages3
78August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Inflation Expectations and and Inflation Dynamics3
79August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
Internalities3
80August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
IO in Finance3
81August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Local Public Finance I3
82August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Mechanism Design and Implementation3
83August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Media and Politics: Theory3
84August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Migration3
85August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Regulation and Mergers3
86August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Search and Matching in Labour Markets3
87August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Banking: Theory3
88August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Climate and Environmental Economics II3
89August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Contributions to Time Series Analysis3
90August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Corporate Finance2
91August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Efficient Mechanism Design3
92August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Info-Metrics for Modelling and Inference3
93August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Interest Rate Determinants3
94August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Learning and Experimentation II3
95August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Macroeconomics: Culture, Social Status and Aspirations and Inequality3
96August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Misallocation and Micro-Development 3
97August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Monetary Policy: Long Run Issues3
98August 27, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Sovereign Debt and Default3
99August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.1 EEA
invited
Aspirations, Skills, and Policies: Women’s Success in the Labour Market3
100August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre B EEA
invited
Heterogeneity in Macroeconomics3
101August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre E EEA
invited
Capital Income and Taxes3
102August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
invited
Social Interactions in Political Economy3
103August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre A ES
invited
Decisions in Markets and Organizations2
104August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre C ES
invited
Experimental Economics2
105August 27, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - Lecture Theatre A ES
invited
Micro and Macro Forecasting2
106August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Banks’ Capital Structure and Regulation4
107August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Causes and Consequences of Conflict and Violence4
108August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5 EEA
contributed
Central Bank Asset Purchases4
109August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Communication and Private Information3
110August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
contributed
Corruption and the Rise of Extremism4
111August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Credit Intermediation and Crises4
112August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
EIB Session on Investment4
113August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
Experiments on Morality4
114August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 a EEA
contributed
Fiscal Policy4
115August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Gender4
116August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Health Determinants4
117August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
International Prices4
118August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
International Shock Transmission3
119August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.323 EEA
contributed
Macroeconomic and Financial Cycles4
120August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Minimum Wages and Low Pay4
121August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3 EEA
contributed
Modelling Monetary Policy4
122August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy and Housing4
123August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329 EEA
contributed
Private-Public Sector Interactions3
124August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Retirement4
125August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Returns to School Inputs and Policies4
126August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Sovereign Debt4
127August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Tax Evasion I4
128August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Trading Firms4
129August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Valuation, Preferences and Consequences of Pollution4
130August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Asset Pricing Econometrics4
131August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Communication4
132August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Econometrics of Macro Models4
133August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Economics of Networks4
134August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Empirical Asset Pricing4
135August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Gains from Trade with Institutional and Market Frictions2
136August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
High-Dimensional Econometrics4
137August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
History and Household4
138August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Housing and Economic Fluctuations4
139August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Migration and the Labour Market4
140August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Monetary Policy and Asset Markets4
141August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Repeated Games of Collusion: Empirical Analysis4
142August 27, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Theoretical Political Economy4
143August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Climate Change - Response to Climate Shocks3
144August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Economic and Political Effects of Refugees' Inflows3
145August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Determinants and Stability of Preferences3
146August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Fiscal Multipliers3
147August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Global Banks2
148August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Human Capital, Mismatch and Unemployment3
149August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Incentives and Biases in Corporate Finance3
150August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Incomplete Information and Search3
151August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Interaction of Macroprudential Policy with Monetary Policy and Liquidity Regulation3
152August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Intergenerational Mobility3
153August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Local Public Finance II3
154August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Media and Politics: Evidence3
155August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Phillips Curves3
156August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Public Policies and Development 3
157August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
Rulers and Empires in Economic History3
158August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Trading Inputs2
159August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Advances in Microeconometrics3
160August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Behavioural Finance3
161August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Business Cycles Fluctuations and the Behaviour of Firms3
162August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Financial Frictions, Financial Intermediation, and the Macroeocnomy2
163August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Games with Incomplete Information3
164August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Household3
165August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Identification and Estimation of Structural Models II3
166August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Networks3
167August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Political Economy in Historical Perspective3
168August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Peer Effects3
169August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Quantile Models3
170August 27, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Search, Matching and Wage Determination3
171August 27, 2019
18:00-19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B ES
invited
ES Presidential Address1
172August 28, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B ES
invited
Laffont Lecture1
173August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Asset Pricing and Risk Premium5
174August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Birth Outcomes and Child Health5
175August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Consumption and Houeshold Behaviour5
176August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Culture, Persistance and Development5
177August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
contributed
Education, Science and Technology in Economic History5
178August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.3 EEA
contributed
Electoral Systems5
179August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Employment Contracts5
180August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.329 EEA
contributed
Environmental Policy and Regulation II5
181August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Exchange Rates and International Spillovers5
182August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Foreign Direct Investment5
183August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Groups, Leadership and Gender4
184August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Healthcare and Health5
185August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Information in Markets5
186August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Knowledge, Innovation, and R&D5
187August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.4 EEA
contributed
Labour Market Policy5
188August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Law and Economics of Sanctions and Crime5
189August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy Transmission5
190August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
New Approaches to Business Cycles5
191August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Risk, Aspirations and Behaviour 4
192August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.328 EEA
contributed
Skill Demand5
193August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Wages5
194August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.5 EEA
contributed
What Works in Schools and Beyond?5
195August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Aggregate Dynamics of Frictional Labour Markets 5
196August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Choice and Preferences5
197August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Collective Decision Making5
198August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Health5
199August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Heterogeneous Agents and Inequality4
200August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Hypothesis Testing5
201August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Industrial Organisation: Empirical Structural Models4
202August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Macroeconomics: Consumption and Saving5
203August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Macroeconomics: Government Policies, Income Distribution and Inequality5
204August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Monetary Policy and Financial Markets5
205August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Panel Data5
206August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Partial Identification5
207August 28, 2019
10:45-12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Rural/Urban/Industrial Development5
208August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Altruism and Norms4
209August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Boundedly Rational Investors and Asset Prices 4
210August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Collusion4
211August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
contributed
EAERE Session on Environmental Economics4
212August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Education4
213August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Evaluation of Labour Market Policies4
214August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Fertility and Children4
215August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Financial Frictions and Business Cycles4
216August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Forecasting Macro and Financial Variables4
217August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Gender Differentials in Education and the Labour Market4
218August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.328 EEA
contributed
Interactions4
219August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
International Finance4
220August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
International Production4
221August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Job Search4
222August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Labour Supply4
223August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Learning, Beliefs and Overconfidence4
224August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3 EEA
contributed
Misallocation4
225August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Optimal Monetary Policy4
226August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329 EEA
contributed
Political Economy of Development 4
227August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Politics and Fiscal Policies4
228August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre A EEA
contributed
Public Procurement in Developing Countries3
229August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4 EEA
contributed
Relationship Lending and Access to Credit4
230August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre C EEA
contributed
Retirement and Pensions I4
231August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5 EEA
contributed
Stress Testing4
232August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.323 EEA
contributed
Trade, Variety, and Inequality4
233August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Computational Problems and Machine Learning4
234August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Education and Training: Policy Evaluation4
235August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Empirical Political Economy4
236August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Financial Systems and Regulation4
237August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Fiscal Policy: Empirical Evidence on Multipliers3
238August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Forecasting Financial Econometrics4
239August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Identification of VAR Models4
240August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Inference in Predictive Regressions and Factor Models4
241August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Labour Markets Flows and Outcomes4
242August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Matching3
243August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Optimal Mechanisms4
244August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Trade Policy and Trade Effects with Global Value Chains4
245August 28, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Treatment Effects3
246August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Banks and the Central Bank3
247August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 EEA
contributed
Bounded Rationality and Learning2
248August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Consumption and Expectations3
249August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Economics of Philanthropy: Experiments3
250August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Environmental Policy and Regulation - Energy and Waste3
251August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Exchange Rates and Finance3
252August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Fiscal Policy and Firm Dynamics3
253August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Global Inequality3
254August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Ideology and Cooperation3
255August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Investment Funds and Strategies3
256August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Liquidity Regulation3
257August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Robots and Trade3
258August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Technology and Labour Shares3
259August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
The Rise of Populism I2
260August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Transportation and Urban Economics3
261August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.218 ES
contributed
Dynamic Choice3
262August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Gender and Age Gaps in the Labour Market3
263August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Health Insurance3
264August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Information Design3
265August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Learning3
266August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Macroeconomics: Human Capital, Education and Inequality3
267August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Market Experiments3
268August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Programme Evaluation3
269August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Risk Management3
270August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Search and Asymmetric Information 3
271August 28, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Time Series Modelling with Regime Changes and Non-Gaussianities3
272August 28, 2019
18:00-19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B EEA
invited
EEA Presidential Address1
273August 29, 2019
9:00-10:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B EEA
invited
Marshall Lecture1
274August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre B EEA
invited
Competition and Concentration3
275August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.1 EEA
invited
Gender and Development3
276August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre E EEA
invited
Surveys of Expectations and Their Use3
277August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
invited
Technological Innovation and Cities3
278August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
University Place - Lecture Theatre A ES
invited
Advances in Empirical Analysis of Organizations2
279August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre A ES
invited
Decision Making within Organisations / Political Economy2
280August 29, 2019
10:45-12:45
Simon Building - Theatre C ES
invited
New Methods for Sensitivity Analysis2
281August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 a EEA
contributed
Consumer Search4
282August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.328 EEA
contributed
Education Policies 3
283August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Exchange Rates and the Real Economy4
284August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325 EEA
contributed
Financial Frictions and Firms4
285August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Forward Guidance4
286August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Gender and Marriage in Development3
287August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Global Value Chains4
288August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
Home Ownership and Risks4
289August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Inequality and Redistribution4
290August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329 EEA
contributed
IO Theory4
291August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Labour Markets: Frictions and Technology4
292August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Maternal Labour Supply4
293August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy and the Banking Sector4
294August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Money in Politics: Campaign Contributions and Lobbying4
295August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4 EEA
contributed
Retirement and Pensions II4
296August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
Schools and Neighbourhoods4
297August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Social Preferences4
298August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Sovereign Debt and Default4
299August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Systemic Risk, Banks and NonBanks4
300August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3 EEA
contributed
Tax Evasion II4
301August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5 EEA
contributed
Taxation and the Firm4
302August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Trade Shocks4
303August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D EEA
contributed
Twenty Years of the Euro4
304August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Wages and Firms4
305August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Aggregate Volatility and Spillovers in Open Economies4
306August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Behaviour in Games2
307August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Contract Theory II4
308August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Economic Conditions, Education Choices and Outcomes4
309August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Industrial Organisation: Theory4
310August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Macro-Finance II: Predictability and Discount Rates4
311August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Methods for Evaluation of Financial Forecasts4
312August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Minimum Distance Estimation4
313August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 2.218 ES
contributed
Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity3
314August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Optimal Monetary and Capital Account Policy4
315August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Voting and Elections4
316August 29, 2019
14:15-16:00
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Welfare Economics4
317August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - G306 b EEA
contributed
Energy Consumption and Regulation3
318August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.204 EEA
contributed
Expectations, Uncertainty and Cycles3
319August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 1.219 EEA
contributed
Institution Specialization and Change3
320August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.211 EEA
contributed
Labour Flows Over The Business Cycle3
321August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.219 EEA
contributed
Labour Market Risk 3
322August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.205 EEA
contributed
Labour Markets in the Global Economy3
323August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.213 EEA
contributed
Macroprudential Regulation and Politics3
324August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.217 EEA
contributed
Monetary Policy with Financial Frictions3
325August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.213 EEA
contributed
Preferences3
326August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.211 EEA
contributed
Public Sector Accounting3
327August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327 EEA
contributed
Shocks and Expectations3
328August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.209 EEA
contributed
Structural Transformation3
329August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 2.220 EEA
contributed
The Economic and Social Consequences of ICT3
330August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03 EEA
contributed
The Rise of Populism II3
331August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.209 EEA
contributed
Trade and the Labour Market3
332August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47 EEA
contributed
Wealth Inequality3
333August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324 ES
contributed
Crime and Public Policies3
334August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.204 ES
contributed
Empirical Analyses of Fiscal Policy3
335August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.210 ES
contributed
Forecasting in Economics and Finance3
336August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.205 ES
contributed
Growth and Structural Change3
337August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.210 ES
contributed
Individual Preferences and Choice2
338August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.214 ES
contributed
Information Acquisition and Discovery3
339August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.212 ES
contributed
Information Technology and Market Performance3
340August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.326 ES
contributed
Labour Market Search and Matching3
341August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 3.214 ES
contributed
Market Microstructure 3
342August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.212 ES
contributed
Social Choice3
343August 29, 2019
16:30-17:45
University Place - 4.206 ES
contributed
Specification Tests in Panel Data3
344August 29, 2019
18:00-19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B ES
invited
Fisher‐Schultz Lecture1
 

344 sessions, 1201 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

EEA-ESEM Manchester 2019

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Access to Health Insurance
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Thomas Hoe, Cornell University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Cream Skimming by Health Care Providers and Inequality in Health Care Access: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment
   presented by: Anna Werbeck, RGS Econ
 

Socioeconomic inequalities in the use of English public hospitals
   presented by: Benjamin Zaranko, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Does Hospital Crowding Matter? Evidence from Trauma and Orthopedics in England
   presented by: Thomas Hoe, Cornell University
 
Session 2: Asset Prices and Politics
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Sohnke Bartram, University of Warwick
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Unstable Tsar, Stable Markets? Political Instability as Financial Information in Tsarist Russia
[slides]
   presented by: Christopher A. Hartwell, Bournemouth University
 

Fear and Euphoria
   presented by: Thorsten Lehnert, University of Luxembourg
 

Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail: Did Immigration Cause Brexit?
   presented by: Max Viskanic, Sciences Po Paris and LIEPP
 

Real Effects of Climate Policy: Financial Constraints and Spillovers
   presented by: Sohnke Bartram, University of Warwick
 
Session 3: Automation, AI and Growth
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Andreas Irmen, University of Luxembourg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Hardware-Software Model: A New Conceptual Framework of Production, R&D, and Growth with AI
   presented by: Jakub Growiec, Warsaw School of Economics & Narodowy Bank Polski
 

Automation, Growth and Factor Shares
   presented by: Joseba Martinez, London Business School
 

Do Robots Increase Wealth Dispersion?
   presented by: Thomas Jansson, Sveriges riksbank
 

AUTOMATION, FACTOR SHARES, AND GROWTH IN THE ERA OF POPULATION AGING
   presented by: Andreas Irmen, University of Luxembourg
 
Session 4: Banks, Debt and Crisis
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Johannes Poeschl, Danmarks Nationalbank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

An Early Warning System For Banking Crises: From Regression-based Analysis To Machine Learning Techniques
   presented by: Elizabeth Casabianca, Prometeia Associazione
 

Euro area sovereign risk spillovers before and after the ECB's OMT announcement
   presented by: Niels Gilbert, De Nederlandsche Bank
 

Bank capital requirements, collateral constraints, and optimal macroprudential policy
   presented by: Aliaksandr Zaretski, Emory University
 

Bank Capital Regulation and Endogenous Shadow Banking Crises
   presented by: Johannes Poeschl, Danmarks Nationalbank
 
Session 5: Behavioural Game Theory and Experiments
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Lawrence Choo, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

An Evaluation of Bounded Rationality in (Experimental) Networks
   presented by: Sebastian Cortes Corrales, University of Leicester
 

Small Talk and Theory of Mind in Strategic Decision-Making
   presented by: Neha Bose, University of Warwick
 

Integrating Context Effects into Procedural Decision Making
   presented by: Fynn Strohecker, University of Rostock
 

Can auctions select people by their level-k types?
   presented by: Lawrence Choo, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
 
Session 6: Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills: Learning, Attainment and Earnings
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5
 
Session Chair: Elise Huillery, University Paris-Dauphine
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Non-Cognitive Skills and the College Premium
   presented by: Gerda Buchmueller, Lancaster University
 

Mind the Gap: The role of skill dispersion on future attainment
   presented by: Mariana Tavares, School of Business and Economics - Maastricht University
 

Skills Accumulation with Malleable Ability: Evidence from a Growth Mindset Intervention
   presented by: Sonkurt Sen, University of Essex
 

The Impact of a Large-Scale Mindset Intervention on School Outcomes: Experimental Evidence from France
   presented by: Elise Huillery, University Paris-Dauphine
 
Session 7: Econometric Methods
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Robert Lieli, Central European University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Rotated Slice Sampling for Efficient and Robust Estimation of DSGE Models
   presented by: Marco Ratto, European Commission - Joint Research Centre
 

Causal Inference and Data-Fusion in Econometrics
   presented by: Paul Hunermund, Maastricht University
 

Identification and Estimation of Parameter Instability in a High-dimensional Factor Model
   presented by: Yiru Wang, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF)
 

Treatment Effect Analysis for Pairs with Endogenous Treatment Takeup
   presented by: Robert Lieli, Central European University
 
Session 8: Environmental Policy and Regulation I
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Dario Fauceglia, Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Carbon taxes and stranded assets: Evidence from Washington state
   presented by: Suphi Sen, ifo Institute
 

Pigou pushes preferences: decarbonisation and endogenous values
   presented by: Linus Mattauch,
 

Subsidising Renewables but Taxing Storage? Second-Best Policies with Imperfect Carbon Pricing
   presented by: Mathias Mier, ifo Institute
 

How do plants respond to a rising carbon tax? Empirical evidence on energy consumption and emissions
   presented by: Dario Fauceglia, Zurich University of Applied Sciences
 
Session 9: Experimental Finance
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Peter Matthews, Middlebury College
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Cognitive dissonance, investor beliefs and the disposition effect
   presented by: Iñigo Iturbe-Ormaetxe, University of Alicante
 

Perceived Wealth and Borrowing Attitudes: The Leverage Bias Hypothesis
   presented by: Alberto Cardaci, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
 

Choice Architecture to Improve Financial Decision Making
   presented by: Peter Matthews, Middlebury College
 
Session 10: Experimental Labour Economics
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Andreas Orland, University of Potsdam
Session type: EEA contributed
 

In Search of a Better Life: Self-Control in the Ethiopian Labor Market
   presented by: Christian Meyer, European University Institute
 

Can nudges increase employee performance? Evidence from a field experiment
   presented by: Christin Hoffmann, Brandenburg University of Technology
 

Competition and Fatigue at Work
   presented by: Vera Angelova,
 

Flexible Work Arrangements and Precautionary Behavior: Theory and Experimental Evidence
   presented by: Andreas Orland, University of Potsdam
 
Session 11: Finance and the Real Economy
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: João Santos, Nova School of Business and Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Trainspotting: Board Appointments in Private Firms
   presented by: Audinga Baltrunaite, Bank of Italy
 

No Job, No Money, No Refi: Frictions to Refinancing in a Recession
   presented by: John Mondragon, Northwestern University
 

Collateral Value and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from a Property Tax
   presented by: João Santos, Nova School of Business and Economics
 
Session 12: Gender in the Labour Market
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: German Cubas, University of Houston
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Gender norms and income misreporting within households
   presented by: Michaela Slotwinski, Universität Basel & ZEW Mannheim
 

Working from Home: Heterogeneous Effects on Hours Worked and Wages
   presented by: Sarra Ben Yahmed, ZEW Mannheim
 

Gender and Lawmaking in Times of Quotas. Evidence from the French Parliament
   presented by: Quentin Lippmann, Paris School of Economics
 

Coordinated Work Schedules and the Gender Wage Gap
   presented by: German Cubas, University of Houston
 
Session 13: Housing and Local Labour Markets
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Daniel Da Mata, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Out of the darkness: Re-allocation of confiscated real estate mafia assets
   presented by: Marco Di Cataldo, London School of Economics
 

PUBLIC HOUSING, WAITING LISTS AND LOTTERIES: QUASI- NATURAL EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FROM AMSTERDAM
   presented by: Arno Van der Vlist, University of Groningen
 

Not in my Electoral Backyard
   presented by: Martin Guenther, Royal Holloway College, University of London
 

Labor Market Effects of Public Housing: Evidence from Large-Scale Lotteries
   presented by: Daniel Da Mata, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
 
Session 14: Inequality
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Andrew Aitken, National Institute of Economic & Social Research
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Income Inequality and the Size of Government: A Causal Analysis
   presented by: Martin Guzi, Masaryk University
 

Inequality and Extremist Voting: Evidence from Germany
   presented by: Florian Neumeier, ifo Institute Munich; University of Munich (LMU)
 

A Democratic Measure of National Income Growth for the United Kingdom, 2006-2015. Methods and Estimates.
   presented by: Andrew Aitken, National Institute of Economic & Social Research
 
Session 15: International Capital Flows
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 a
 
Session Chair: Fabrizio Venditti, European Central Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Capital Flight to Germany: Two Alternative Measures
   presented by: Sven Steinkamp, Osnabrueck University
 

FX funding shocks and cross-border lending: Fragmentation matters
   presented by: Fernando Eguren-Martin, Bank of England
 

Valuation Effects and Capital Flows - Security Level Evidence from Euro Area Investors
   presented by: Martin Schmitz, European Central Bank
 

The Global Capital Flows Cycle: Structural Drivers and Transmission Channels
   presented by: Fabrizio Venditti, European Central Bank
 
Session 16: Monetary Policy Shocks: High Frequency Identification
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Joao Duarte, Nova SBE
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Information Effects of Euro Area Monetary Policy: New Evidence from High-Frequency Futures Data
   presented by: Mark Kerssenfischer, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Are Consumers' Spending Decisions in Line With an Euler Equation?
   presented by: Lena Dräger, Leibniz University Hannover
 

Monetary Policy and Structural Reforms
   presented by: Malte Rieth, DIW Berlin
 

One Money, Many Markets
[slides]
   presented by: Joao Duarte, Nova SBE
 
Session 17: Monetary Policy Tradeoffs
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Michael Ehrmann, ECB
Session type: EEA contributed
 

All Together Now: Does Macroeconomic Uncertainty Affect Dissent on the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee?
   presented by: Kate Reinold, Bank of England
 

ECB vs Bundesbank: Diverging Tones and Policy Effectiveness
   presented by: Peter Tillmann, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
 

Vague Talk in ECB Press Conference: News or Noise?
   presented by: Zexi Sun, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

Strategic interactions in preparing for committee meetings
   presented by: Michael Ehrmann, ECB
 
Session 18: Protectionism
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4
 
Session Chair: Wilko Bolt, De Nederlandsche Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Nobody Wins: Protectionism and (Un)employment In a Model-Based Analysis
   presented by: Matija Lozej, Central Bank of Ireland
 

The China Shock and the Nationalist Backlash against Globalization: Attitudinal Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey
   presented by: Philipp Harms, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
 

China Syndrome Redux: New Results on Global Labor Reallocation
[slides]
   presented by: Weidi Yuan, University of Geneva
 

The Global Macroeconomics of a Trade War: The EAGLE model on the US-China trade conflict
   presented by: Wilko Bolt, De Nederlandsche Bank
 
Session 19: Regulation and Information
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: Spyros Terovitis, University of Amsterdam
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Regulating Global Externalities
   presented by: Roweno J.R.K. Heijmans, Tilburg University
 

Complicated Consumers: Heterogeneous preferences in competitive selection markets
[slides]
   presented by: Christian Kubitza, University of Bonn
 

Raising Capital Under Demand Uncertainty
   presented by: Spyros Terovitis, University of Amsterdam
 

Regulation with Experimentation: Ex Ante Approval, Ex Post Withdrawal, and Liability
[slides]
   presented by: Marco Ottaviani, Bocconi University
 
Session 20: Social Connections in Politics
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Tom-Reiel Heggedal, BI Norwegian Business School
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Mobility and Mobilisation: Railways and the Spread of Social Movements
   presented by: Eric Melander, University of Warwick
 

Social Network, Career Incentive and Interregional Trade in China
   presented by: Erqi GE, Universtitat Pompeu Fabra
 

The Effects of Across-Regime Interpersonal Contact on the Support for Authoritarian Regimes
   presented by: Andreas Stegmann, CEMFI
 

Political Alignment and Bureaucratic Pay
   presented by: Tom-Reiel Heggedal, BI Norwegian Business School
 
Session 21: Structural Change and Regional Development
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329
 
Session Chair: Sarmistha Pal, University of Surrey
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Cuius Regio Eius Religio: 
Financial Development and Growth in European Regions
   presented by: Paola Rossi, Banca d'Italia
 

Better roads, better off? Evidence on improving roads in Tanzania
   presented by: Ximena Játiva, University of Fribourg
 

A Closer Look at the Mechanism of Structural Transformation: the Role of Biased Technical Change in Agriculture
   presented by: Arnaud Daymard, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
 

Unintended Consequences of Land Ceiling Legislations- Theory and Evidence from the Indian States
   presented by: Sarmistha Pal, University of Surrey
 
Session 22: The Role of Oil and Fiscal Policy in the Business Cycle
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre C
 
Session Chair: Stephanie Ettmeier, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) Berlin
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The macroeconomic effects of oil supply news: evidence from OPEC announcements
   presented by: Diego Känzig, London Business School
 

Business cycle accounting for the German fiscal stimulus program
   presented by: Daniel Fehrle, University of Augsburg
 

Determinants of Fiscal Multipliers Revisited
   presented by: Lorant Kaszab, Central Bank of Hungary
 

Active, or passive? Revisiting the role of fi scal policy in the Great Inflation
   presented by: Stephanie Ettmeier, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) Berlin
 
Session 23: Trade Policy
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Gino Gancia, QMUL and CREI
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Which Sanctions Matter? Analysis of the EU/Russian Sanctions of 2014
   presented by: Matěj Bělín, CERGE-EI
 

Public Procurement-Related Protection: Insights form the Global Trade Alert Database
   presented by: Enxhi Tresa, University of Cergy-Pontoise
 

Can the optimal tariff be zero for a growing large country?
[slides]
   presented by: Takumi Naito, Waseda University
 

Firms and Economic Performance: A View from Trade
   presented by: Gino Gancia, QMUL and CREI
 
Session 24: Unemployment and Labour Market Policies
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3
 
Session Chair: Christian Hutter, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Generosity versus Duration Trade-Off and the Optimization Ability of the Unemployed
   presented by: Laura KHOURY, Paris School of Economics
 

Timed to Say Goodbye: Does Unemployment Benefit Eligibility Affect Workers' Layoffs?
   presented by: Andrea Albanese, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research
 

Effect of Unemployment Benefit Generosity on Geographical Mobility
   presented by: Tania Fernández Navia, University of Barcelona
 

Which Factors are behind Germany's Labour Market Upswing?
   presented by: Christian Hutter, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 
Session 25: Data Uncertainty and Macroeconomic Forecasting
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Ana Beatriz Galvao, University of Warwick
Session type: ES contributed
 

Measuring Data Uncertainty: An Application using the Bank of England's Fan Charts for Historical GDP Growth
   presented by: James Mitchell, University of Warwick
 

Optimal Pooling and Finite Mixture Distribution: a Comparison between Approaches to Density Forecast
   presented by: Giulia Mantoan, University of Warwick
 

How and When Does Judgment Improve the Accuracy of Macroeconomic Forecasts?
   presented by: Ana Beatriz Galvao, University of Warwick
 
Session 26: Dynamic Games
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Spyros Galanis, City, University of London
Session type: ES contributed
 

WARS OF ATTRITION WITH PRIVATE BUDGETS
   presented by: Bingchao Huangfu, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
 

On the Management of Population Immunity
   presented by: Flavio Toxvaerd, University of Cambridge
 

Information Aggregation in Dynamic Markets Under Ambiguity
   presented by: Spyros Galanis, City, University of London
 
Session 27: Fiscal Policy: Debt and Positive Issues
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Octavio Tourinho, UERJ - Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Session type: ES contributed
 

How to tax capital?
   presented by: Cagri Kumru, Australian National University
 

Government Debt Maturity Structure, Fiscal Policy, and Default
[slides]
   presented by: Sergii Kiiashko, National Bank of Ukraine, Kyiv School of Economics
 

Debt Sustainability in a Low Interest Rate World
   presented by: Neil Mehrotra, Brown University
 

Fiscal Policy for Public Debt Stabilization in a Multiple Household Dynamic General Equilibrium Model for Brazil
   presented by: Octavio Tourinho, UERJ - Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
 
Session 28: Information and Mechanism Design
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Zvika Neeman, Tel Aviv University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Partnership Dissolution with Cash-constrained Agents
   presented by: Guillaume Pommey, Paris School of Economics and EHESS
 

Bilateral Trade with Justification
   presented by: Matthias Lang, University of Munich (LMU)
 

Information Design with Agency
   presented by: Jacopo Bizzotto, OsloMet
 

Optimal Media Censorship
   presented by: Andy Zapechelnyuk, University of St Andrews
 
Session 29: International Financial Markets
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Jarko Fidrmuc, ZU Friedrichshafen
Session type: ES contributed
 

Exchange Rates, Strategic Uncertainty and International Bank Lending
   presented by: Stefano Schiaffi, Bank of Italy
 

Foreign Exchange Dealer Asset Pricing
   presented by: Dennis Umlandt, University of Kiel
 

Cryptocurrency Market Efficiency: Evidence from Time-Frequency Analysis
   presented by: Jarko Fidrmuc, ZU Friedrichshafen
 
Session 30: Labour Markets, Gender and Human Capital
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Nicholas Lawson, Université du Québec à Montréal
Session type: ES contributed
 

Menstruation Hygiene Management and Work Attendance in a Developing Country
   presented by: Astrid Krenz, Durham University
 

Dynamic Complementarities Very Early in Life: Family Planning, Early Childhood Education, and Lifetime Human Capital
   presented by: Shuqiao Sun, University of Michigan
 

Fiscal Externalities and Underinvestment in Early-Life Human Capital: Optimal Policy Instruments for a Developing Country
   presented by: Nicholas Lawson, Université du Québec à Montréal
 
Session 31: Macroeconomics: Growth
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Diego Restuccia, University of Toronto
Session type: ES contributed
 

Skill Premium and Preferential Policy: The Case of China
   presented by: Qing Liu, Tsinghua University
 

An Elementary Theory of Directed Technical Change and Wage Inequality
   presented by: Jonas Loebbing, University of Cologne
 

Non-Renewable Resources, Extraction Technology and Endogenous Growth
[slides]
   presented by: Martin Stuermer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Dynamic Misallocation Accounting
   presented by: Diego Restuccia, University of Toronto
 
Session 32: Political Economy of Education
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Ernesto Villanueva, Banco de España
Session type: ES contributed
 

Gender differences in citations at top economics journals
   presented by: Erin Hengel, University of Liverpool
 

An empirical analysis of college admissions with endogenous entrance exam scores
   presented by: Hayri Arslan, Queen's University
 

Information Operations Increase Civilian Security Cooperation and Support for Reintegration
   presented by: Konstantin Sonin, University of Chicago
 

Selection Bias Among Participants in High School Financial Literacy Programs: Evidence from PISA
   presented by: Ernesto Villanueva, Banco de España
 
Session 33: Political Polarization
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: ran spiegler, N/A
Session type: ES contributed
 

A Theory on Media Bias and Elections
   presented by: Junze Sun, University of Amsterdam
 

Economic inequality, political polarization and voter turnout
   presented by: Erika Pini, Université Catholique de Louvain
 

The Rise of Radicalism: Self-Serving Leadership and Asymmetric Information
   presented by: Heng Chen, The University of Hong Kong
 

A Model of Competing Narratives
   presented by: ran spiegler, N/A
 
Session 34: Productivity: Theory and Measurement
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Javier Quintana Gonzalez, Bocconi University, Milan
Session type: ES contributed
 

Endogenous Technological Change and the New Keynesian Model
   presented by: Toshihiro Okada, Kwansei Gakuin University
 

Technological Diffusion, Productivity Dispersion, and So-called Allocative Inefficiency
   presented by: Li Anpeng, The Australian National University
 

Measured Productivity with Endogenous Markups and Economic Profits
   presented by: Anthony Savagar, University of Kent
 

A New Measure of Utilization-Adjusted Total Factor Productivity Growth for European Countries
   presented by: Javier Quintana Gonzalez, Bocconi University, Milan
 
Session 35: Regulation and Market Outcomes
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.328
 
Session Chair: Ignacia Mercadal, Columbia University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Intermediary Commissions in a Regulated Market with Heterogeneous Customers
   presented by: Bernardita Vial, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 

Labor market reform and innovation. Evidence from Spain
   presented by: Maria Garcia-Vega, Nottingham University
 

Does External Monitoring from Government Improve the Performance of State-Owned Enterprises
   presented by: Shengyu Li, The University of New South Wales
 

Shades of Integration: The Restructuring of the U.S. Electricity Markets
   presented by: Ignacia Mercadal, Columbia University
 
Session 36: Semi/Nonparametric Methods
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Keith Knight, University of Toronto
Session type: ES contributed
 

Honest con dence sets in nonparametric IV regression and other ill-posed models
   presented by: Andrii Babii, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
 

An Averaging Estimator For Two Step M Estimation In Semiparametric Models
   presented by: Ruoyao Shi, University of California Riverside
 

A specification test for semiparametric models with generated regressors
   presented by: ELIA LAPENTA, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Leverage in penalized least squares estimation
   presented by: Keith Knight, University of Toronto
 
Session 37: Taxation and Labour Markets
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Martin Gonzalez-Eiras, University of Copenhagen
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal Taxation of Employment and Self-Employment: Evidence from Poland and Implications
   presented by: Tomasz Zawisza, European University Institute
 

Voting over Selfishly Optimal Income Tax Schedules with Tax-Driven Migrations
   presented by: Darong Dai, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

Electoral Systems, Heterogeneous Fiscal Policy and Labor Regulations
   presented by: Shiv Dixit, University of Minnesota
 

Social Security and Formal Labor Market Participation: A Dynamic Political Approach
   presented by: Martin Gonzalez-Eiras, University of Copenhagen
 
Session 38: Volatility Models
August 26, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Christopher Walsh, Technical University Dortmund
Session type: ES contributed
 

The volume-volatility relation of trades: A bivariate stochastic conditional model
   presented by: Manh Cuong Pham, Lancaster University
 

Forecasting Large Stochastic Covariance Matrices
   presented by: André Santos, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
 

Testing Constant Cross-Sectional Dependence with Time-Varying Marginal Distributions in Parametric Models
   presented by: Matthias Kaldorf, University of Cologne
 

Locally stationary multiplicative volatility modelling
   presented by: Christopher Walsh, Technical University Dortmund
 
Session 39: Bank Risk
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Dawid Zochowski, European Central Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

High Water, No Marks? Biased Lending After Extreme Weather
   presented by: Benjamin Guin, Bank of England
 

Bank Risk-Taking and Misconduct
   presented by: Ieva Sakalauskaite, Bank of England/University of Amsterdam
 

Bank funding costs and solvency
   presented by: Dawid Zochowski, European Central Bank
 
Session 40: Bonds and Commodities
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Romulo Alves, Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Monetary policy under the microscope: The effect of the ECB asset purchase program on bond market concentration
   presented by: Martijn Boermans, De Nederlandsche Bank
 

Lighting up the Dark: Liquidity in the German Corporate Bond Market
   presented by: Yalin Gunduz, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

The Information Content of Commodity Futures Markets
   presented by: Romulo Alves, Rotterdam School of Management (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
 
Session 41: Business Cycles
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Zivile Zekaite, Central Bank of Ireland
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Towards Technology-News-Driven Business Cycles
   presented by: Spyridon Sichlimiris, Örebro university
 

Distributional Imbalances and the U.S. Business Cycle
   presented by: Nikolaos Charalampidis, University of California, Irvine
 

Non-linearity in the wage Phillips curve: A euro area and country-level analysis
   presented by: Zivile Zekaite, Central Bank of Ireland
 
Session 42: Contracts and Organizations
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Daniela Scur, Massachussets Institute of Technology
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Promotions, Hazards, and Efforts
   presented by: antoine RENUCCI, UPPA
 

Contract Manufacturing in Value Chains
   presented by: Wolfgang Gick, IFN Stockholm and Free U Bolzano
 

Picking from the top or shedding from the bottom? Personnel management, worker quality and firm productivity
   presented by: Daniela Scur, Massachussets Institute of Technology
 
Session 43: Demography and Development
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Rachel Cassidy, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Local economic growth and infant mortality
   presented by: Andreas Kammerlander,
 

Demographic Aging, Industrial Policy, and Chinese Economic Growth
   presented by: Michael Dotsey, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

The Power to Protect: Household Bargaining and Female Condom Use
   presented by: Rachel Cassidy, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 44: Elderly Care
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Norman Bannenberg, University of Duisburg-Essen
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The intergenerational effect of children's education on parental mental health
   presented by: Jakob Everding, University of Hamburg
 

Long-run consequences of informal elderly care and implications of public long-term care insurance
   presented by: Thorben Korfhage, RWI-Essen
 

Preventive Home Visits in Norway
   presented by: Norman Bannenberg, University of Duisburg-Essen
 
Session 45: Global Linkages
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Chryssi Giannitsarou, University of Cambridge
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Sovereign Spread Shocks
   presented by: Susanne Wellmann, University of Tuebingen
 

Masking the truth or softening the blow? U.S. banking deregulation and sectoral reallocation after the China trade shock
   presented by: Lilia Ruslanova (Khabibulina), University of Zurich
 

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AS A DETERMINANT OF CROSS-COUNTRY STOCK MARKET COMOVEMENT
   presented by: Chryssi Giannitsarou, University of Cambridge
 
Session 46: Information Transmission in Networks
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Helmut Stix, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Individual vs Group Decision-Making: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Arbitration Proceedings
   presented by: Naomi Gershoni, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
 

Peer Effects in Art Prices
   presented by: Maria Marchenko, WU Vienna
 

How Peer Groups Influence Economic Perceptions
   presented by: Helmut Stix, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
 
Session 47: Media of Information Transmission
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Oliver Rehbein, University of Bonn
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Advertising and Content Differentiation: Evidence from YouTube
   presented by: Anna Kerkhof, University of Cologne
 

Topics and Geographical Diffusion of Knowledge in Top Economic Journals
   presented by: fabio montobbio, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
 

Does publication lead to publication? The effect of author reputation on publication success
   presented by: Oliver Rehbein, University of Bonn
 
Session 48: Misallocation and Mismatch
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Andreas Westermark, Sveriges Riksbank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Factor Misallocation and Adjustment Costs: Evidence from Italy
   presented by: Robert Goodhead, Central Bank of Ireland
 

Low Competition Traps
   presented by: Francisco Queiros, European University Institute
 

Skill Loss, Job Mismatch and the Slow Recovery from the Great Recession
   presented by: Andreas Westermark, Sveriges Riksbank
 
Session 49: Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Johannes Strobel, Goethe-University Frankfurt
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Optimal Monetary Policy, Least Squares Learning, and the Zero Bound to Interest Rates
   presented by: Petr Harasimovic, Loughborough University
 

Expectations formation, sticky prices, and the ZLB
   presented by: Matthias Paustian, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Time-Varying Risk Shocks and the Zero Lower Bound
   presented by: Johannes Strobel, Goethe-University Frankfurt
 
Session 50: Savings and Income Risks
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Raun Van Ooijen, University of Groningen
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Health Inequality: Role of Insurance and Technological Progress
   presented by: Siddhartha Sanghi, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Family and Government Insurance: Wage, Earnings, and Income Risks in the Netherlands and the U.S.
   presented by: Raun Van Ooijen, University of Groningen
 
Session 51: School and Home Inputs in Learning and Achievement
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Orazio Attanasio, University College London
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Does parental education influence child educational outcomes? A developmental analysis in a genetically-informative full population sample and adoptee design
   presented by: Miriam Gensowski, University of Copenhagen
 

Time investments as a driving channel for the effect of parentalseparation on child developmen
   presented by: Hélène Le Forner, Paris School of Economics
 

Pre-school quality and child development in a low income setting
   presented by: Orazio Attanasio, University College London
 
Session 52: Tax and Transfers
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Lucie Gadenne, University of Warwick
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Income tax and the careers of women
   presented by: Barra Roantree, Economic and Social Research Institute
 

When Income Effects are Large: Labor Supply Responses and the Value of Welfare Transfers
   presented by: Giulia Giupponi, London School of Economics
 

Are consumption taxes progressive in developing countries? Evidence from consumption diaries
   presented by: Lucie Gadenne, University of Warwick
 
Session 53: Taxes, Regulation and Inequality
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Ctirad Slavik, CERGE-EI
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Wealth Taxes and Inequality
   presented by: Nicola Borri, LUISS University
 

Labor tax reductions in Europe: the role of property taxation
   presented by: Marcin Bielecki, Narodowy Bank Polski and University of Warsaw
 

Financial Liberalization and Income Inequality: On the Heterogenous Effects of Different Reforms
   presented by: Ctirad Slavik, CERGE-EI
 
Session 54: Technology Adoption and Green Growth
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Eugenie Dugoua, LSE
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Renewable Technology Adoption and the Macroeconomy
   presented by: Bernardino Adão, Banco de Portugal
 

Endogenous improvements of the substitutability between “clean” and “dirty” inputs
   presented by: Fabian Stöckl, TU Berlin & DIW Berlin
 

International Environmental Agreements and Directed Technological Change: Evidence from the Ozone Regime
   presented by: Eugenie Dugoua, LSE
 
Session 55: The Economics of Immigration and Outmigration
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: Lara Cockx, Nazarbayev University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Integration Through Participation: The Effect of Non-Citizen Voting Rights
   presented by: Salwan Saif, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
 

Moving towards a better future? Migration and children's health and education
   presented by: Lara Cockx, Nazarbayev University
 
Session 56: Advances in Estimation Methods
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Hayato Nakanishi, Kanagawa University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Gaussian rank correlation and regression
   presented by: Dante Amengual, CEMFI
 

Improved Estimation by Simulated Maximum Likelihood
   presented by: Kirill Evdokimov, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 

Estimation of exchangeable distribution when the highest or lowest and another order statistics are observable: Application to first-price auctions
   presented by: Hayato Nakanishi, Kanagawa University
 
Session 57: Banking: Empirics
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Maria Chiara Iannino, University of St. Andrews
Session type: ES contributed
 

Holding Company Affiliation and Risk: Evidence from the US Banking Sector
   presented by: Radoslav Raykov, Bank of Canada
 

What Drives Repo Haircuts? Evidence from the UK Market
   presented by: Karamfil Todorov, The London School of Economics (LSE)
 

Did the Basel Process of Capital Regulation Enhance the Resiliency of European Banks?
   presented by: Maria Chiara Iannino, University of St. Andrews
 
Session 58: Beliefs and Knowledge
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Patrick Schmidt, HITS
Session type: ES contributed
 

Common Knowledge for Rational and Behavioral Agents
   presented by: James Taylor, Australian National University
 

Rational Bubbles and Middlemen
   presented by: Kohei Iwasaki, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Elicitation of ambiguous beliefs with mixing bets
   presented by: Patrick Schmidt, HITS
 
Session 59: Climate and Environmental Economics I
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Peiyao Shen, ShanghaiTech University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Green Consumers, Emission Taxes, and Firm Relocation
   presented by: Jan Voßwinkel, NGU | Nuertingen-Geislingen University
 

The Impact of Weather on Commodity Prices: A Warning for the Future
   presented by: Annalisa Marini, University of Exeter
 

Does ‘Green’ Matter? Environmental Management and Firm Performance in China
   presented by: Peiyao Shen, ShanghaiTech University
 
Session 60: Contract Theory I
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: Lars Stole, University of Chicago
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal Delegated Contracting
   presented by: Lucy White, Questrom School of Management, Boston Un
 

Sustainable Intergenerational Insurance
   presented by: Tim Worrall, University of Edinburgh
 

Participation constraints in discontinuous adverse selection models
   presented by: Lars Stole, University of Chicago
 
Session 61: General Equilibrium and Mathematical Economics
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Peter Hammond, University of Warwick
Session type: ES contributed
 

Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions to the Stochastic Bellman Equation with Unbounded Shock
   presented by: Juan Pablo Rincón-Zapatero, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

Existence of equilibrium in an economy with two distortions: Monopolistic competition and taxation
   presented by: Leslie Reinhorn, University of Durham
 

Individual Risk and Mutual Insurance with Diverse Symmetric Beliefs and Production
   presented by: Peter Hammond, University of Warwick
 
Session 62: Household Labour Supply and Retirement
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Sena Coskun, University of Mannheim
Session type: ES contributed
 

Occupational Retirement and Social Security Reform: the Roles of Physical and Cognitive Health
   presented by: Jiayi Wen, Xiamen University
 

Time to care? The effects of retirement on informal care provision
   presented by: Kai-Uwe Mueller, DIW Berlin
 

Trends in Work and Leisure:
   presented by: Sena Coskun, University of Mannheim
 
Session 63: Identification and Estimation of Structural Models I
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Jamie Hentall MacCuish, University College London
Session type: ES contributed
 

Sensitivity of Structural Estimators to First-Step Calibrated Parameters
   presented by: Thomas Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen
 

On the sources of information in the moment structure of dynamic macroeconomic models
   presented by: Nikolay Iskrev, Bank of Portugal
 

Rational Inattention and Oversensitivity of Retirement to the State Pension Age
   presented by: Jamie Hentall MacCuish, University College London
 
Session 64: Learning and Experimentation I
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Daniel Bird, Tel-Aviv Universtiy
Session type: ES contributed
 

A Revision Game of Experimentation on a Common Threshold
   presented by: Yi Chen, Cornell University
 

Reputation and Social Learning
   presented by: Georgy Lukyanov, École polytechnique
 

Sequential Learning
   presented by: Daniel Bird, Tel-Aviv Universtiy
 
Session 65: Monetary Policy and Forward Guidance
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Arunima Sinha, Fordham University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Forward Guidance (Puzzle) with rule-of-thumb households
   presented by: Sebastian Giesen, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Disentangling the Information and Forward Guidance Effect of Monetary Policy Announcements
   presented by: Lars Other, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
 

Pitfalls of "Lower for Longer": Monetary Policy Strategies at the Effective Lower Bound
   presented by: Arunima Sinha, Fordham University
 
Session 66: Macro-Finance I: Real and Financial Shocks
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Svetlana Bryzgalova, London Business School
Session type: ES contributed
 

Leasing as a Risk-Sharing Mechanism
   presented by: Chi-Yang Tsou, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

Macroeconomic shocks and risk premia: Fama meets Sims
   presented by: Gabor Pinter, Bank of England
 

Consumption in Asset Returns
   presented by: Svetlana Bryzgalova, London Business School
 
Session 67: Optimal Fiscal Policies
August 26, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Zhiqi Zhao, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
Session type: ES contributed
 

Consistent Flexibility: Enforcement of Fiscal Rules Through Political Incentives
   presented by: Valerio Dotti, Washington University is St. Louis
 

Liberal-Libertarian Optimal Tax Policy
   presented by: Eduardo Zambrano, Cal Poly
 

The Insurance Value of Progressive Taxation with Heterogenous Risk Aversion
   presented by: Zhiqi Zhao, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
 
Session 68: Schumpeter Lecture
August 26, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Kjetil Storesletten, University of Oslo
Session type: EEA invited
 

Household Balance Sheets and Credit Cycles
   presented by: Veronica Guerrieri, University of Chicago
 
Session 69: POSTER SESSION
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 17:45
University Place - The Drum
 
Session Chair: Karamfil Todorov, The London School of Economics (LSE)
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Attentional Role of Quota Implementation
   presented by: Sergei Mikhalishchev, CERGE-EI
 

Social Pension and Labor Supply Responses: Evidence from the New Rural Social Pension in China
[slides]
   presented by: Yingying Zhang, Lancaster University
 

Economic Rewards versus Economic Sanctions in International Relations
   presented by: Boris Brekhov, Free University of Berlin
 

The Heterogeneous Effect of Retirement on Informal Care Behavior
   presented by: Julien Bergeot, Université de Cergy Pontoise
 

Monetary Policy, Excess Reserves and Credit Supply: Old-style vs New-Style Central Banking
   presented by: Mauricio Salgado Moreno, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
 

Quantify the Quantitative Easing: Impact on Bonds and Corporate Debt Issuance
   presented by: Karamfil Todorov, The London School of Economics (LSE)
 
Session 70: Banks and Sovereign Debt
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Fridrik Baldursson, Reykjavik University, School of Business
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Supply or demand? Firms’ access to finance during the European sovereign debt crisis
   presented by: Donata Faccia, European Central Bank and Trinity College Dublin
 

Banks’ holdings of risky sovereign bonds in the absence of the nexus – yield seeking with central bank funding or de-risking?
   presented by: Rainer Frey, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

The Political Economy of Capital Controls: The Case of Iceland
   presented by: Fridrik Baldursson, Reykjavik University, School of Business
 
Session 71: Behavioural Decision Making
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Adrian Bruhin, University of Lausanne
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Source-Dependent Preferences
   presented by: Julian Hackinger, Technical University of Munich
 

When Pledges Meet Meaning – A Crowdfunding Story
   presented by: Jonathan Bezalel, University of Leicester
 

Risk and Rationality: The Relative Importance of Probability Weighting and Choice Set Dependence
   presented by: Adrian Bruhin, University of Lausanne
 
Session 72: Business Cycles and Incomplete Markets
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Wei Cui, University College London
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Simple Analytics of the Government Expenditure Multiplier in Economy with Heterogeneous Households
   presented by: Pawel Kopiec, National Bank of Poland
 

Job Risk, Separation Shocks and Household Asset Allocation
   presented by: Kieran Larkin, UCL
 

Quantitative Easing
   presented by: Wei Cui, University College London
 
Session 73: Climate Change - Discounting and Carbon Budgets
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Peter Hammond, University of Warwick
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Global Unanimity Agreement on the Carbon Budget
   presented by: Humberto Llavador, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 

Discounting the Future: on Climate Change, Ambiguity Aversion and Epstein-Zin preferences
   presented by: Stan Olijslagers, University of Amsterdam
 

Should We Discount the Welfare of Future Generations? Ramsey and Suppes versus Koopmans and Arrow
   presented by: Peter Hammond, University of Warwick
 
Session 74: Financing Entrepreneurs
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Pierluca Pannella, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Can Private Equity Funds Act as Strategic Buyers? Evidence from Buy-and-Build Strategies
   presented by: Vadym Volosovych, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

Bank Funding and the Survival of Startups
   presented by: Luisa Farinha,
 

The housing boom and selection into entrepreneurship
   presented by: Pierluca Pannella, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
 
Session 75: Firm Dynamics Over The Business Cycle
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Gian Luca Clementi, New York University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Real Effects of Zombie Lending in Europe
   presented by: Belinda Tracey, Bank of England
 

Cyclical Behavior of Markups: Theory and Firm-level Evidence
   presented by: Angela Capolongo, Université Libre de Bruxelles
 

Firm Demographics and the Great Recession
   presented by: Gian Luca Clementi, New York University
 
Session 76: Gender Wage Differentials
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Andrea Moro, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia and Vanderbilt University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

PAY AND JOB RANK AMONGST ACADEMIC ECONOMISTS IN THE UK: IS GENDER RELEVANT?
   presented by: Karen Mumford, University of York
 

Gender Earnings Gaps among Hollywood Stars
   presented by: Sofia Izquierdo Sanchez, University of Huddersfield
 

Testing for Asymmetric Employer Learning and Statistical Discrimination
   presented by: Andrea Moro, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia and Vanderbilt University
 
Session 77: Housing and Mortgages
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Celso Brunetti, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Income Inequality, Mortgage Debt and House Prices
   presented by: Sevim Kosem, London School of Economics
 

Mortgage Defaults, Bank Runs, and Regulation in a Housing Economy
   presented by: Marcus Ingholt, University of Copenhagen
 

Mortgage Rates and Credit Risk: Evidence from Mortgage Pools
   presented by: Celso Brunetti, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 78: Inflation Expectations and and Inflation Dynamics
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Damjan Pfajfar, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Inflation news and euro area inflation expectations
   presented by: Sebastian Werner, Zeitfenster Economics Consultancy
 

Learning Under Multiple Public Information Sets
   presented by: Manuel Mosquera-Tarrio, University of Manchester
 

Inflation and Deflationary Bias in Inflation Expectations
   presented by: Damjan Pfajfar, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
 
Session 79: Internalities
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: Andreas Gerster, University of Mannheim
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Can Sin Taxes Help Consumers with Low Self-Control? Evidence from Danish Soft Drink Tax Reforms
   presented by: Renke Schmacker, DIW Berlin
 

Inattention and the Taxation Bias
   presented by: Jeremy Boccanfuso, Paris school of Economics
 

Correct Me if You Can - Optimal Non-Linear Taxation of Internalities
   presented by: Andreas Gerster, University of Mannheim
 
Session 80: IO in Finance
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Michael Hellwig, ZEW Mannheim
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Central Counterparty Capitalization and Misaligned Incentives
   presented by: Wenqian Huang,
 

Two-sided Market, R&D and Payments System Evolution
   presented by: Zhu Wang, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 

Agony of Choice – Trading off Stability and Competition in the Banking Markets
   presented by: Michael Hellwig, ZEW Mannheim
 
Session 81: Local Public Finance I
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Greg Howard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The real effects of land use regulation: quasi-experimental evidence from a discontinuous policy variation
   presented by: Marco Fregoni, University of Milan
 

Property Tax Capitalization: Quasi-Experimental Evidence
   presented by: Tuukka Saarimaa, Aalto University
 

Closing Time: The Local Amenity Effects of Prohibition
   presented by: Greg Howard, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
Session 82: Mechanism Design and Implementation
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Jon Eguia, Michigan State University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Strategically Simple Mechanisms
   presented by: Tilman Borgers, University of Michigan
 

Mechanism Design with Limited Commitment,
   presented by: Vasiliki Skreta, UT Austin and University College London
 

Implementation by Vote Buying Mechanisms
   presented by: Jon Eguia, Michigan State University
 
Session 83: Media and Politics: Theory
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Konstantin Sonin, University of Chicago
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Newsroom Dilemma. Media Competition, Speed and the Quality of Journalism
   presented by: Ayush Pant, University of Warwick
 

Big Data and Democracy
   presented by: Freek Van Gils, Tilburg University
 

Media Freedom in the Shadow of a Coup
   presented by: Konstantin Sonin, University of Chicago
 
Session 84: Migration
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Bastien Alvarez, ENS Paris Saclay, University Paris Saclay
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Old sins cast long shadows: The Long-term impact of the resettlement of the Sudetenland on residential migration
   presented by: Peter Huber, Austrian Institute of Economic Research
 

Immigration And The Fear Of Unemployment: Evidence From Individual Perceptions In Italy
   presented by: Eleonora Porreca, Bank of Italy
 

Labour mobility and skill heterogeneity in Europe
   presented by: Bastien Alvarez, ENS Paris Saclay, University Paris Saclay
 
Session 85: Regulation and Mergers
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Flavio Toxvaerd, University of Cambridge
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Mergers after Deregulation: What about Price Effects in the Long-Distance Bus Industry in France?
   presented by: Patrice Bougette, Université Côte d'Azur, CNRS, GREDEG, France
 

Upstream mergers and downstream timing of technology adoption
   presented by: Alexis Larousse, CREST - Ecole Polytechnique
 

REGULATORY COMPETITION
   presented by: Flavio Toxvaerd, University of Cambridge
 
Session 86: Search and Matching in Labour Markets
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Sena Coskun, University of Mannheim
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Search Frictions and Wage Dispersion
[slides]
   presented by: Yikai Wang, University of Oslo
 

The Costs of Mismatch
   presented by: Richard Holt, University of Edinburgh
 

Young, Educated, Unemployed
   presented by: Sena Coskun, University of Mannheim
 
Session 87: Banking: Theory
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Kalin Nikolov, European Central Bank
Session type: ES contributed
 

Market Discipline under Financial Contagion
   presented by: Takeshi Nakata, Niigata University
 

On Banking Regulation and Lobbying
   presented by: Stylianos Papageorgiou, University of Cyprus
 

Bank Risk Taking and Twin Defaults
   presented by: Kalin Nikolov, European Central Bank
 
Session 88: Climate and Environmental Economics II
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Holger Strulik, University of Goettingen
Session type: ES contributed
 

Prices vs. Quantities with Multiple Countries
   presented by: Torben Mideksa, Uppsala University
 

Regulatory Spillover and Climate Co-benefits: Evidence from the New Source Review Lawsuits
   presented by: Yichen Christy Zhou, Clemson University
 

Hyperbolic Discounting and the Time-Consistent Solution of Three Canonical Environmental Problems
   presented by: Holger Strulik, University of Goettingen
 
Session 89: Contributions to Time Series Analysis
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: FARSHID Vahid, Monash University
Session type: ES contributed
 

When Simplicity Offers a Benefit, Not a Cost: Closed-Form Estimation of the GARCH(1,1) Model that Enhances the Efficiency of Quasi-Maximum Likelihoo
[slides]
   presented by: Todd Prono, Federal Reserve Board
 

On asymptotic risk of selecting models for possibly non-stationary time-series
   presented by: Chor-yiu (CY) SIN, National Tsing Hua University
 

Global temperatures and green house gases - A common features approach
   presented by: FARSHID Vahid, Monash University
 
Session 90: Corporate Finance
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Serafeim Tsoukas, University of Glasgow
Session type: ES contributed
 

The Impact of Derivative Disclosures on Managerial Opportunism: Evidence from Insider Trades and Stock Price Crash Risk
[slides]
   presented by: Guanming He, Durham University
 

The role of the sovereign debt crisis and financial development in trade credit: Evidence from the euro area
   presented by: Serafeim Tsoukas, University of Glasgow
 
Session 91: Efficient Mechanism Design
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Nuh Aygun Dalkiran, Bilkent University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Strategy-proofness and Efficiency for Submodular and Supermodular preferences without Quasi-linearity
   presented by: Hiroki Shinozaki, Osaka University
 

Efficient Incentives in Social Networks: Gamification and the Coase Theorem
   presented by: Thomas Daske, TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich
 

Behavioral Implementation under Incomplete Information
   presented by: Nuh Aygun Dalkiran, Bilkent University
 
Session 92: Info-Metrics for Modelling and Inference
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Alastair Hall, University of Manchester
Session type: ES contributed
 

Information, Modeling and Inference: The Info-Metrics Framework
   presented by: Amos Golan, American University and Santa Fe Institute
 

Info-metric Methods for the Estimation of Models with Group-Specific Moment Conditions
   presented by: Alastair Hall, University of Manchester
 

An Information-Theoretic Asset Pricing Model
   presented by: Christian Julliard, London School of Economics
 
Session 93: Interest Rate Determinants
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Indrajit Mitra, University of Michigan
Session type: ES contributed
 

A shadow rate without a lower bound constraint
   presented by: Rafael De Rezende, Bank of England
 

Money Illusion and TIPS Demand
[slides]
   presented by: Abraham Lioui, EDHEC Business School
 

A Labor Market-Based Theory of Interest Rates
   presented by: Indrajit Mitra, University of Michigan
 
Session 94: Learning and Experimentation II
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Ryoji Sawa, University of Tsukuba
Session type: ES contributed
 

Bandits in the Lab
   presented by: Johannes Hoelzemann, University of Toronto.
 

Non-Bayesian Social Learning and the Spread of Misinformation in Networks
   presented by: Sebastiano Della Lena, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
 

A Stochastic Stability Analysis with Observation Errors in Normal Form Games
   presented by: Ryoji Sawa, University of Tsukuba
 
Session 95: Macroeconomics: Culture, Social Status and Aspirations and Inequality
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Minchul Yum, University of Mannheim
Session type: ES contributed
 

Inequality, Credit, and Crises: The Role of Culture
   presented by: Oliver Schulz, University of Muenster
 

The Effect of Aspirations on Inequality: Evidence from the German Reunification using Bayesian Growth Incidence Curves
   presented by: Edwin FOURRIER-NICOLAÏ, Aix-Marseille University
 

Status Externalities and Low Birth Rates in Korea
   presented by: Minchul Yum, University of Mannheim
 
Session 96: Misallocation and Micro-Development
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Michel Dummar Azulai, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Session type: ES contributed
 

Reassessing the Privatization and Role of State-Owned Regional Banks in Brazil
   presented by: Camila Campos, Insper
 

Taxation and Supplier Networks: Evidence from India
   presented by: Lucie Gadenne, University of Warwick
 

The Welfare Costs of Political Connections: Evidence from Brazilian Matching Grants
   presented by: Michel Dummar Azulai, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 97: Monetary Policy: Long Run Issues
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Jason Choi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Session type: ES contributed
 

Monetary Policy, Markup Dispersion, and Aggregate TFP
   presented by: Timo Reinelt, University of Mannheim
 

Managing GDP Tail Risk
   presented by: Thibaut Duprey, Bank of Canada
 

Optimal Monetary Policy Regime Switches
   presented by: Jason Choi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
Session 98: Sovereign Debt and Default
August 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Istvan Konya, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Session type: ES contributed
 

Sovereign Debt Restructurings
   presented by: Juan Sanchez, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

The Duration of Sovereign Default
   presented by: Jie Luo, Tsinghua University
 

Interest premium and external position: a state dependent approach
   presented by: Istvan Konya, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 
Session 99: Aspirations, Skills, and Policies: Women’s Success in the Labour Market
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.1
 
Session Chair: Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Goethe University Frankfurt
Session type: EEA invited
 

The “End of Men” and Rise of Women in the High-Skilled Labor Market
   presented by: Matias Cortes, York University
 

Gender Promotion Gaps: Career Aspirations and Early Workplace Experiences
   presented by: Ghazala Azmat, Sciences Po
 

Female Leadership and Gender Gap within Firms: Evidence from an Italian Board Reform
   presented by: Andrea Weber, Central European University
 
Session 100: Heterogeneity in Macroeconomics
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Benjamin Moll, Princeton University
Session type: EEA invited
 

Shocks and Frictions in Business Cycles with Heterogeneous Agents
   presented by: Ralph Luetticke, University College London
 

The Matching Multiplier and the Amplification of Recessions
   presented by: Christina Patterson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Saving Behavior Across the Wealth Distribution
   presented by: Benjamin Moll, Princeton University
 
Session 101: Capital Income and Taxes
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre E
 
Session Chair: Rachel Griffith, IFS
Session type: EEA invited
 

Quantifying the Effect of Market Power
   presented by: Jan Eeckhout, University College London and Barcelona
 

Capitalists in the Twenty-First Century
   presented by: Eric Zwick, University of Chicago
 

Intertemporal Income Shifting and Taxing Owners of Closely Held Businesses
   presented by: Kate Smith, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 102: Social Interactions in Political Economy
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: Noam Yuchtman,
Session type: EEA invited
 

Homophily and the Formation of Online Social Networks
   presented by: Maria Petrova, New Economic School
 

Technology Adoption and Access to Credit via Mobile Phones
   presented by: Andrea Tesei, Queen Mary
 

What Motivates Protesters? Evidence from Right Wing Protests and Counterprotests
   presented by: Christopher Roth, Institute on Behavior and Inequality
 
Session 103: Decisions in Markets and Organizations
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre A
 
Session Chair: Rafael Repullo, CEMFI
Session type: ES invited
 

Resource Allocation across Fields: Proportionality, Demand Relativity, and Benchmarking
   presented by: Marco Ottaviani, Bocconi University
 

Overconfidence and Prejudice
   presented by: Botond Koszegi, Central European University
 
Session 104: Experimental Economics
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre C
 
Session Chair: Claudio Michelacci, EIEF
Session type: ES invited
 

Preferences for Truth-Telling
   presented by: Johannes Abeler, University of Oxford
 

The Gig Economy and Productivity: Field Experiments at a Ride-Sharing Platform
   presented by: Yan Chen, University of Michigan
 
Session 105: Micro and Macro Forecasting
August 27, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - Lecture Theatre A
 
Session Chair: Valentina Corradi, University of Surrey
Session type: ES invited
 

Economic Predictions with Big Data: The Illusion of Sparsity
   presented by: Giorgio Primiceri, Northwestern University
 

Panel Data Forecasting
   presented by: Frank Schorfheide, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 106: Banks’ Capital Structure and Regulation
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Andreas Barth, Goethe University Frankfurt / SAFE
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Games of Regulatory Competition in Banking: A General Equilibrium Approach
   presented by: Stylianos Papageorgiou, University of Cyprus
 

Bank capital and liquidity transformation
   presented by: Quynh-Anh Vo, Bank of England
 

Mind the Conversion Risk: a Theoretical Assessment of Contingent Convertible Bonds
   presented by: Gaëtan Le Quang,
 

Bank Competition for Wholesale Funding: Evidence from Corporate Deposits
   presented by: Andreas Barth, Goethe University Frankfurt / SAFE
 
Session 107: Causes and Consequences of Conflict and Violence
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Nauro Campos, Brunel University London
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Highways to Hell are Paved with Good Intentions: Road Building and Violence in Iraq
   presented by: Tamar Gomez, Imperial College
 

A firm level perspective on the trade effects of terrorist attacks
   presented by: Alessia Lo Turco, Università Politecnica delle Marche
 

The role of conflict in sex discrimination: The case of missing girls
   presented by: Anna Minasyan, University of Groningen
 

Bringing Peace from Above: State Capacity, Civil War De-Escalation and The Composition of the Stock of Military Equipment
   presented by: Nauro Campos, Brunel University London
 
Session 108: Central Bank Asset Purchases
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5
 
Session Chair: Bernd Schwaab, European Central Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Quantify the Quantitative Easing: Impact on Bonds and Corporate Debt Issuance
   presented by: Karamfil Todorov, LSE (London School of Economics and Political Science)
 

Do zero and sign restricted SVARs identify unconventional monetary policy shocks in the euro area?
   presented by: Adam Elbourne, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
 

Inspecting the Mechanism of Quantitative Easing in the Euro Area
   presented by: Benoit Nguyen, Banque de France
 

Risk endogeneity at the lender/investor-of-last-resort
   presented by: Bernd Schwaab, European Central Bank
 
Session 109: Communication and Private Information
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Raghul Venkatesh, Aix-Marseille University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Optimal Reputation Dynamics
   presented by: Julia Salmi, Aalto University
 

Eliciting information efficiently from minds and machines
   presented by: Michael Mandler, University of London Royal Holloway Coll
 

Communication and Commitment with Constraints: An Application to International Alliances
   presented by: Raghul Venkatesh, Aix-Marseille University
 
Session 110: Corruption and the Rise of Extremism
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: Carlos Sanz, Bank of Spain
Session type: EEA contributed
 

EXTREMISM AND CORRUPTION
   presented by: Antonio Nicolo, University of Padova, Italy
 

Direct Democracy and Political Extremism
   presented by: Nicolas Schreiner, University of Basel
 

Crony capitalism as an Electoral Outcome
   presented by: Dmitriy Veselov, Higher School of Economics
 

Economic hardship, political corruption, and the emergence of challenger parties: Evidence from the Great Recession in Spain
   presented by: Carlos Sanz, Bank of Spain
 
Session 111: Credit Intermediation and Crises
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Arzu Uluc, Bank of England
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Wealth and Financial Crises: The Collateral Channel
   presented by: Zehao Liu, Renmin University of China
 

Did bank lending stifle innovation in Europe during the Great Recession?
   presented by: Davide Romelli, Trinity College Dublin
 

Credit risk in commercial real estate bank loans: the role of idiosyncratic versus macro-economic factors
   presented by: Rob Nijskens, Tilburg University
 

Did Pre-crisis Residential Mortgage Lending Limit Post-crisis Corporate Lending? Evidence from UK Bank Balance Sheets
   presented by: Arzu Uluc, Bank of England
 
Session 112: EIB Session on Investment
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Christoph Weiss, European Investment Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

When good managers face bad incentives: Management quality and energy intensity in the presence of price distortions
   presented by: Helena Schweiger, EBRD
 

Do IFIs make a difference? The impact of EIB lending support to SMEs in Central and Eastern Europe during the global financial crisis
   presented by: Aron Gereben, European Investment Bank
 

The Bang for the Buck of R&D Tax Credits
   presented by: Matej Bajgar, OECD
 

Resource Misallocation in European Firms: The Role of Constraints, Firm Characteristics and Managerial Decisions
   presented by: Christoph Weiss, European Investment Bank
 
Session 113: Experiments on Morality
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: Nadine Chlass, University of Jena
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Normative Perception of Power Abuse
   presented by: Wladislaw Mill, University of Mannheim
 

The (In)Elasticity of Moral Ignorance
   presented by: Nora Szech, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
 

A theoretical and experimental examination of perceived expertise and dishonesty
   presented by: Miguel Fonseca, University of Exeter
 

Preferences for fair competition
   presented by: Nadine Chlass, University of Jena
 
Session 114: Fiscal Policy
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 a
 
Session Chair: Orhan Erem Atesagaoglu, Istanbul Bilgi University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Optimal Capital Taxation with Incomplete Markets and Schumpeterian Growth
   presented by: Marco Cozzi, University of Victoria
 

Dynamic fiscal limits and monetary-fiscal policy interactions
   presented by: Luca Zavalloni, Central Bank of Ireland
 

Optimal Fiscal Policy without Commitment: Beyond Lucas-Stokey
   presented by: Ricardo Nunes, University of Surrey
 

Technology Capital and the Taxation of Multinational Corporations
   presented by: Orhan Erem Atesagaoglu, Istanbul Bilgi University
 
Session 115: Gender
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Max Brüning, Maastricht University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The impact of temperature shocks on conception rates
   presented by: Tamas Hajdu, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

Social Norms and the Gender Gap in Expected Labor Market Participation during Parenthood
   presented by: Elisabeth Grewenig,
 

Mind the absent gap: Gender-specific competitiveness in non-professional sports
   presented by: Alexander Straub, Leibniz Universität Hannover
 

Trading off different life domains? An analysis of the individual returns to migration
   presented by: Max Brüning, Maastricht University
 
Session 116: Health Determinants
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Alexandre GODZINSKI, French Ministry of Environment-CREST
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Medical Marijuana Laws and Mental Health in the United States
   presented by: Jörg Kalbfuss, University of Cambridge
 

Alcohol availability and alcohol-attributable mortality: Evidence from administrative data
   presented by: Relika Stoppel, University of Potsdam
 

Vaccines at Work
   presented by: Adrian Chadi, University of Konstanz
 

Short-term health effects of public transport perturbations: air pollution and viral spread channels
   presented by: Alexandre GODZINSKI, French Ministry of Environment-CREST
 
Session 117: International Prices
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Bernhard Mahlberg, Institute for Industrial Research
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Long Run Price or Variety Convergence?
   presented by: Leandro Zipitria, FCS - UdelaR
 

Anticipation, Habits, and Dynamic Welfare Gains from Trade
   presented by: Povilas Lastauskas, CEFER
 

Price Discrimination in International Trade: Empirical Evidence and Theory
   presented by: Sergii Meleshchuk, IMF
 

Analysing Price Competitiveness in the European Single Market: A Decomposition of Inflation Differentials based on Leontief Input-Output Price models
   presented by: Bernhard Mahlberg, Institute for Industrial Research
 
Session 118: International Shock Transmission
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Matteo Cacciatore, HEC Montreal
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Distance(s) and the Volatility of International Trade(s)
   presented by: Cedric Tille, Graduate Institute of International and
 

China's macroeconomic policies and spillover effects
   presented by: Julia Niemeläinen,
 

Trade Flows and Fiscal Multipliers
   presented by: Matteo Cacciatore, HEC Montreal
 
Session 119: Macroeconomic and Financial Cycles
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.323
 
Session Chair: Chiara Scotti, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Estimating the Impact of the Financial Cycle on Fiscal Policy
   presented by: Beau Soederhuizen, Netherlands bureau for economic policy analysis
 

Global Financial Cycles since 1880
   presented by: Galina Potjagailo, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 

Macro-Financial Interactions in a Changing World
   presented by: Eddie Gerba, Danmarks Nationalbank and London School of Economics
 

Uncertainty and Financial Stability: a VAR analysis
   presented by: Chiara Scotti, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 120: Minimum Wages and Low Pay
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Patrick Burauel, DIW Berlin
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Impact of Minimum Wages on Wages and Employment: Evidence from Greece
   presented by: Andreas Georgiadis, Brunel University
 

Minimum Wages, Employment And Prices – A Case Study Of The Hairdressing Industry
   presented by: Max Kunaschk, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 

"Minimum Wages and Automation - an Empirical Analysis for Germany"
   presented by: Kristina Zapp, ZEW Mannheim
 

The German Minimum Wage and Wage Growth: Heterogeneous Treatment Effects using Causal Forests
   presented by: Patrick Burauel, DIW Berlin
 
Session 121: Modelling Monetary Policy
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3
 
Session Chair: Gee Hee Hong, IMF
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Taylor Rule Estimation by OLS
   presented by: Tiago Tristao, Genial Investimentos
 

Designing Robust Monetary Policy Using Prediction Pools
   presented by: Szabolcs Deák, University of Surrey
 

Sticky prices and the transmission mechanism of monetary policy: A minimal test of New Keynesian models
   presented by: Timo Haber, University of Cambridge
 

From Micro to Macro: A New Methodology to Discriminate Among Models
   presented by: Gee Hee Hong, IMF
 
Session 122: Monetary Policy and Housing
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4
 
Session Chair: Fergus Cumming, Bank of England
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Monetary policy transmission to mortgages in a negative interest rate environment
   presented by: Dimitris Georgarakos, ECB
 

Monetary Policy Normalisation and Mortgage Arrears in a Recovering Economy - The case of the Irish Residential Market
   presented by: Rachel Slaymaker, Economic and Social Research Institute
 

Multi-period loans, occasionally binding constraints and monetary policy: a quantitative evaluation
   presented by: Michał Brzoza-Brzezina, Narodowy Bank Polski
 

The Role of Borrowing Constraints in the Transmission of Monetary Policy
   presented by: Fergus Cumming, Bank of England
 
Session 123: Private-Public Sector Interactions
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329
 
Session Chair: Elias Steiner, University of Lucerne
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Enforcing Public-Private Partnership Contract: How do Fiscal Institutions Matter?
   presented by: Manabu Nose, The University of Tokyo
 

Can Entry Mitigate the Effect of Inflated Reserve Prices in Public Procurement?
   presented by: Vitalijs Jascisens, National Research University Higher School of Economics
 

The Poverty Impact of Informal Sector Policies
   presented by: Elias Steiner, University of Lucerne
 
Session 124: Retirement
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Rebecca Schrader, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Schooling Responses To Social Pension: The Evidence From Thailand Old Age Allowance Program
   presented by: Patima Chongcharoentanawat, Maastricht University
 

Couples' and Singles' Savings After Retirement
   presented by: Rory McGee, University College London/IFS
 

Belief Updating and Information Provision: Evidence from Pension Reforms
   presented by: Ben Etheridge, University of Essex
 

Labor market effects of early retirement reforms
   presented by: Rebecca Schrader, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg
 
Session 125: Returns to School Inputs and Policies
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Johanna Kemper, KOF Swiss Economic Institute
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Long-Term Effects of Long Terms. Compulsory Schooling Reforms in Sweden
   presented by: Therese Nilsson, Lund university and the Research Institu
 

Labor market returns to vocational secondary education
   presented by: Hanna Virtanen, Elinkeinoelämän tutkimuslaitos (ETLA)
 

Higher Education and Financial Behavior - The effect of studying mathematics and economics on debt behavior
   presented by: Kristoffer Hvidberg, University of Copenhagen
 

Evaluating the Impact of General Versus Vocational Education on Labor Market Outcomes in Egypt by Means of a Regression Discontinuity Design
   presented by: Johanna Kemper, KOF Swiss Economic Institute
 
Session 126: Sovereign Debt
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Kerstin Bernoth, DIW
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Limited Participation and Local Currency Sovereign Debt
   presented by: Kirill Shakhnov, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Fina
 

Preferential Treatment in the Sovereign Debt Market: Evidence from Bond Mutual Funds
   presented by: Nathan Converse, Federal Reserve Board
 

Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo
   presented by: Josefin Meyer, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 

Exchange Rates, Foreign Currency Exposure and Sovereign Risk
   presented by: Kerstin Bernoth, DIW
 
Session 127: Tax Evasion I
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Kristina Strohmaier, University of Tübingen
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Tax Evasion on a Social Network
   presented by: Duccio Gamannossi degl'Innocenti, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan
 

Spatial Tax Enforcement Spillovers: Evidence from South Africa
   presented by: Nadine Riedel, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
 

Decomposing the Declining Effective Tax Rates of Multinational Corporations
   presented by: Petr Janský, Charles University in Prague
 

Combatting Tax Evasion: Evidence from Comparing Commercial and Business Tax Registry
   presented by: Kristina Strohmaier, University of Tübingen
 
Session 128: Trading Firms
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Peter Neary, University of Oxford
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Effects of Import Competition on Firms’ Environmental Efforts in a Developing Country Context
   presented by: Seda Koymen Ozer, Baskent University
 

Preparing to Export
   presented by: Claudio Labanca, Monash University
 

Trade Liberalization and Firm Investment: Evidence from Colombia
   presented by: Yannick Timmer, IMF
 

IO for Export(s)
[slides]
   presented by: Peter Neary, University of Oxford
 
Session 129: Valuation, Preferences and Consequences of Pollution
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Sefi Roth, London School of Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The causal effect of religious and environmental identity on green preferences: A combined priming and stated choice experiment
   presented by: Daniel Engler, University of Kassel
 

Fracking and Health-Related Absenteeism of Employees
   presented by: Nicole Wägner, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
 

Noise Pollution and Violence
   presented by: Timo Hener, Aarhus University
 

DIRTY DENSITY: AIR QUALITY AND THE DENSITY OF AMERICAN CITIES
   presented by: Sefi Roth, London School of Economics
 
Session 130: Asset Pricing Econometrics
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Anthony Neuberger, City, University of London
Session type: ES contributed
 

Discount Rates and Cash Flows: A Local Projection Approach
   presented by: Henri Nyberg, University of Turku
 

Extracting Statistical Factors When Betas Are Time-Varying
   presented by: Hao Ma, Università della Svizzera italiana and Swiss Finance Institute
 

Regularising the Factor Zoo with OWL: A Correlation-Robust Machine Learning Approach
[slides]
   presented by: Chuanping Sun, Queen Mary, University of London
 

Dispersion of Asset Prices – an Axiomatic Definition
   presented by: Anthony Neuberger, City, University of London
 
Session 131: Communication
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Philippe Colo, PSE
Session type: ES contributed
 

Strategic Interpretations
   presented by: Heidi Thysen, LSE
 

Prudence in Persuasion
   presented by: Shintaro Miura, Kanagawa University
 

Strategic transmission of imperfect information: Why revealing evidence (without proof) is difficult
   presented by: Manuel Foerster, University of Hamburg
 

What's the Science? Communication under Model Uncertainty
   presented by: Philippe Colo, PSE
 
Session 132: Econometrics of Macro Models
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Lisha Li, University of York
Session type: ES contributed
 

Measuring Biases in Expectation Formation
   presented by: Simas Kucinskas, University of Amsterdam
 

Estimation and Inference in Adaptive Learning Models with Slowly Decreasing Gains
   presented by: Alexander Mayer, WHU -- Otto von Beisheim School of Management
 

Affine Term Structure Models with Stochastic Lower Bound:\\ An Application to Euro-Area OIS Rates
   presented by: Jean-Paul RENNE, University of Lausanne
 

Evaluating the Impact of the Federal Reserve's Purchase Programs: A Shadow Rate Term Structure Model Approach
   presented by: Lisha Li, University of York
 
Session 133: Economics of Networks
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: Francis Bloch, Universite Paris I
Session type: ES contributed
 

A Network Approach to Welfare
   presented by: Nizar Allouch, University of Kent
 

Targeting in Networks with Anonymized Information
   presented by: Francis Bloch, Universite Paris I
 

Capability Accumulation and Conglomeratization in the Information Age
   presented by: Matthew Elliott, University of Cambridge
 

The Myopic Stable Set for Social Environments
   presented by: Jean-Jacques Herings, Maastricht University
 
Session 134: Empirical Asset Pricing
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Alberto Quaini, University of Geneva
Session type: ES contributed
 

Consumption Risk and the Cross-Section of Option Returns
   presented by: Shuwen Yang, Alliance Manchester Business School
 

Does index arbitrage distort market reaction to oil shocks?
   presented by: Veronika Selezneva, CERGE-EI
 

The Cross-Sectional Distribution of Fund Skill Measures
   presented by: Oliver Scaillet, University of Geneve and Swiss Finance Institute
 

Smart SDFs
   presented by: Alberto Quaini, University of Geneva
 
Session 135: Gains from Trade with Institutional and Market Frictions
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Michal Szkup, University of British Columbia
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal Dynamic Hotel Pricing
   presented by: Sung-Jin Cho, Seoul National University
 

Financial Development and Trade Liberalization
   presented by: Michal Szkup, University of British Columbia
 
Session 136: High-Dimensional Econometrics
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Whitney Newey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Session type: ES contributed
 

Synthetic Difference In Differences
   presented by: Guido Imbens, Stanford University
 

The Role of the Propensity Score in Fixed Effect Models
   presented by: Dmitry Arkhangelsky, CEMFI
 

Jackknife, small bandwidth and high-dimensional asymptotics
   presented by: Taisuke Otsu, London School of Economics
 

Learning L2-Continuous Regression Functionals via Regularized Riesz Representers
   presented by: Whitney Newey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
Session 137: History and Household
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Yannick Dupraz, University of Warwick
Session type: ES contributed
 

Son Preference among Migrants in Canada: Sex-Selective Abortions, Stopping Behaviour and Birth Spacing
   presented by: Marie-Claire Robitaille, Saint Mary's University
 

Till debt do us part: strategic divorces and a test of moral hazard
   presented by: Yeorim Kim, VU Amsterdam/ DNB / Tinbergen Institute
 

Economic Consequences of the U.S. Convict Labor System
   presented by: Mikhail Poyker, Columbia University
 

Fatherless: The Long-Term Effects of Losing a Father in the U.S. Civil War
   presented by: Yannick Dupraz, University of Warwick
 
Session 138: Housing and Economic Fluctuations
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Michael Siemer, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: ES contributed
 

Understanding Housing Wealth Effects: Debt, Home Ownership and the Lifecycle
   presented by: Fabian Greimel, University of Mannheim
 

What Explains U.S. House Prices? Regional Income Divergence
   presented by: Greg Howard, University of Illinois
 

Multiple Credit Constraints and Time-Varying Macroeconomic Dynamics
   presented by: Marcus Ingholt, University of Copenhagen
 

The Real Effects of Credit Booms and Busts
   presented by: Michael Siemer, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 139: Migration and the Labour Market
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Terje Skjerpen, Statistics Norway
Session type: ES contributed
 

Taxation and Job Mobility in Europe
   presented by: Davud Rostam-Afschar, Universitaet Hohenheim
 

The Effects of High-Skilled Immigrants on Natives’ Degree Attainment and Occupational Choices: An Analysis with Labor Market Equilibrium
   presented by: Murat Demirci, Koç University
 

A search and matching approach to business-cycle migration in the euro area
   presented by: Janine Hart, University of Potsdam
 

Search Behavior, Aggregate Rationality and the Discouraged Worker Effect
   presented by: Terje Skjerpen, Statistics Norway
 
Session 140: Monetary Policy and Asset Markets
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Cesaire Meh, Bank of Canada
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal Macroprudential Policy and Asset Price Bubbles
   presented by: Lucyna Gornicka, International Monetary Fund
 

Interest Rates Under Falling Stars
   presented by: Glenn Rudebusch, San Francisco Fed
 

Limited Liability, Asset Price Bubbles and the Credit Cycle: The Role of Monetary Policy
   presented by: Michal Kejak, CERGE-EI
 

Limited Nominal Indexation of Optimal Financial Contracts
   presented by: Cesaire Meh, Bank of Canada
 
Session 141: Repeated Games of Collusion: Empirical Analysis
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Alon Eizenberg, Hebrew University Jerusalem
Session type: ES contributed
 

Estimating Markups with a Flexible Supply Model
   presented by: Christopher Sullivan, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Measuring the Incentive to Collude: The Vitamin Cartels, 1990-1999
   presented by: Mitsuru Igami, Yale University
 

Oligopolistic Price Leadership and Mergers: An Empirical Model of the U.S. Beer Industry
   presented by: Nathan Miller, Georgetown University
 

Structure, Conduct, and Contact: Competition in Closely-Related Markets
   presented by: Alon Eizenberg, Hebrew University Jerusalem
 
Session 142: Theoretical Political Economy
August 27, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Thanh Le, Flinders University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Office-Holding Premia and Representative Democracy
   presented by: Jan Auerbach, University of Exeter
 

Constitutions, Federalism, and National Integration
   presented by: M. Socorro Puy, Universidad de Málaga
 

Rotation, Performance Rewards, and Property Rights
[slides]
   presented by: Weijia Li, Monash University
 

Lobbying, political competition and the welfare effect of campaign contribution tax
   presented by: Thanh Le, Flinders University
 
Session 143: Climate Change - Response to Climate Shocks
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Casper Hansen, University of Copenhagen
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Disaster risks, disaster strikes, and economic growth: the role of preferences
   presented by: Thomas Douenne, Paris School of Economics
 

Climate change and bank lending: the case of flood risk in Italy
   presented by: Filippo Natoli, Bank of Italy
 

Climate, Mortality, and Adaptation: A Century of Weakly Evidence from London
   presented by: Casper Hansen, University of Copenhagen
 
Session 144: Economic and Political Effects of Refugees' Inflows
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Kathleen Kürschner Rauck, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Immigration and electoral outcomes: Evidence from the 2015 refugee inflow to Germany
   presented by: Julia Bredtmann, RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Res
 

Refugee shelters, Neighbourhood Quality and Electoral Outcomes in Germany
   presented by: Jakob Hennig, Toulouse School of Economics
 

The 2015 European Refugee Crisis and Residential Housing Rents in Germany
   presented by: Kathleen Kürschner Rauck, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
 
Session 145: Determinants and Stability of Preferences
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Daniel Kamhöfer, University of Düsseldorf
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Linguistics and time preferences: Are intertemporal trade-offs shaped by language?
   presented by: Holger Herz, University of Fribourg
 

Emotions, Risk Attitudes, and Patience
   presented by: Armando Meier, University of Chicago
 

Self-Control in a Representative Sample: Determinants and Life Outcomes
   presented by: Daniel Kamhöfer, University of Düsseldorf
 
Session 146: Fiscal Multipliers
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Mehmet Turgut, Bocconi University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Workers, Capitalists, and the Government: The Labor Share Response to Fiscal Spending Shocks
   presented by: Cristiano Cantore, Bank of England
 

Fiscal Multipliers and Sovereign Risk
   presented by: Sara Restrepo, Universidad del Rosario
 

Government Spending and Private Consumption: The Role of Confidence
   presented by: Mehmet Turgut, Bocconi University
 
Session 147: Global Banks
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Michael O'Grady, Central Bank of Ireland
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Freeze! Financial sanctions and bank responses
   presented by: Stefan Goldbach, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Bank business models as a driver of cross-border activities
   presented by: Michael O'Grady, Central Bank of Ireland
 
Session 148: Human Capital, Mismatch and Unemployment
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Simeon Alder, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Occupation-industry mismatch in the cross-section and the aggregate
   presented by: Saman Darougheh, IIES
 

Unionizing Non-Search Unemployment
   presented by: Oskari Vähämaa, University of Turku
 

The Allocation of Teaching Talent and Human Capital Accumulation
   presented by: Simeon Alder, University of Wisconsin - Madison
 
Session 149: Incentives and Biases in Corporate Finance
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Manisha Goel, Pomona College
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Plough, Gender Bias and the Misallocation of Trade Credit
   presented by: Jiafu An, University of Edinburgh
 

Does the eye of the master make the horse fat? Maintenance of collateral and asset care under purchase and leasing contracts
   presented by: Anna Maria Menichini, Università di Salerno and CSEF
 

Firms of a Feather Merge Together: Cultural Proximity and M&A Outcomes
   presented by: Manisha Goel, Pomona College
 
Session 150: Incomplete Information and Search
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Karl Schlag, University of Vienna
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Partially Directed Search for Prices
   presented by: Eeva Mauring, University of Vienna
 

Search in Markets with Uncertain Product Availability
   presented by: Atabek Atayev, University of Vienna
 

Value of Information when Searching for a Secretary
   presented by: Karl Schlag, University of Vienna
 
Session 151: Interaction of Macroprudential Policy with Monetary Policy and Liquidity Regulation
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Kalin Nikolov, European Central Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Macroeconomics of bank capital and liquidity regulations
   presented by: Frederic Boissay, Bank for International Settlements
 

House price dynamics, optimal LTV limits and the liquidity trap
   presented by: Richard Harrison, Bank of England
 

Bank Capital in the Short and in the Long Run
   presented by: Kalin Nikolov, European Central Bank
 
Session 152: Intergenerational Mobility
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Sumaiya Rahman, University of Surrey
Session type: EEA contributed
 

On the Origins of Socio-economic Inequalities: Evidence from a “Children of Twins” Design
   presented by: Paul Bingley, VIVE
 

Anonymous and Non-Anonymous Growth Incidence Curves: Evidence from the United States over the Last 50 Years
   presented by: Yonatan Berman, London Mathematical Laboratory
 

Falling Absolute Intergenerational Mobility
   presented by: Sumaiya Rahman, University of Surrey
 
Session 153: Local Public Finance II
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Roberto Zotti, University of Torino
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The efficiency and distributive effects of local taxes: Evidence from Italian municipalities
   presented by: Enrico Rubolino, University of Essex
 

The Electoral Consequences of a Tax Reform under Partial Decentralization
   presented by: Catarina Alvarez, NOVA School of Business and Economics
 

Multilevel taxation, competition, and sorting: Evidence from regional borders
   presented by: Roberto Zotti, University of Torino
 
Session 154: Media and Politics: Evidence
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Elliott Ash, ETH Zurich
Session type: EEA contributed
 

State-wide Fragmentation of Television Markets and Political Representation in the US Congress
   presented by: Patrick Balles, University of Basel
 

Media Bias and Elections --- An Experimental Study
   presented by: Junze Sun, University of Amsterdam
 

Partisan Media and Fiscal Policy Choices: Evidence from Cable News
   presented by: Elliott Ash, ETH Zurich
 
Session 155: Phillips Curves
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Mo Tian, University of Nottingham
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Is the Phillips curve broken? A view from firm-level data
   presented by: Erik Frohm, Sveriges Riksbank
 

Financial Frictions, the Phillips Curve and Monetary Policy
   presented by: Philipp Lieberknecht, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Price-setting behaviours during inflation slow-down period
   presented by: Mo Tian, University of Nottingham
 
Session 156: Public Policies and Development
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Damien de Walque, The World Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Competition and Conflict: Evidence from a Community Driven Development Program in Indonesia
   presented by: Gregor Singer, London School of Economics
 

Addressing Selection: Experimental Evidence from Design Variations in a Skills Training Program
   presented by: Muhammad Farooq Naseer, Lahore University of Management Sciences
 

Looking into the performance-based financing black box: Evidence from an impact evaluation in the health sector in Cameroon
   presented by: Damien de Walque, The World Bank
 
Session 157: Rulers and Empires in Economic History
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: Felix Ward, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Childless Aristocrats. Inheritance and the extensive margin of fertility.
   presented by: Marc Goñi, University of Vienna
 

Jumping the gun: how dictators got ahead of their subjects.
   presented by: Asger Wingender, University of Copenhagen
 

The real effects of money supply shocks: Evidence from maritime disasters in the Spanish Empire
   presented by: Felix Ward, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 
Session 158: Trading Inputs
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Mehmet Ulu, Koc University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

What You Import Matters: Capital versus Intermediate Goods
   presented by: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
 

Imported Intermediate Goods and Product Innovation: Evidence from India
   presented by: Mehmet Ulu, Koc University
 
Session 159: Advances in Microeconometrics
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Shruti Sinha, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: ES contributed
 

Have Econometric Analyses of Happiness Data Been Futile? A Simple Truth About Happiness Scales
   presented by: Sorawoot Srisuma, University of Surrey
 

Analysing Subjective Well-Being Data with Misclassification
   presented by: Ekaterina Oparina, University of Surrey
 

Identification and Estimation in Many-to-One Two-Sided Matching without Transfers
   presented by: Shruti Sinha, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session 160: Behavioural Finance
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Dmitry Makarov, Higher School of Economics
Session type: ES contributed
 

Alternative Facts in Peer-to-Peer Loans? Borrower Misreporting Dynamics and Implications
   presented by: Vesa Pursiainen, Imperial College London and University of Hong Kong
 

Keynes Meets Merton: Examining Risk and Return Relation Based on Fundamentals
   presented by: Liya Chu, East China University of Science and Technology
 

Security design with status concerns
   presented by: Dmitry Makarov, Higher School of Economics
 
Session 161: Business Cycles Fluctuations and the Behaviour of Firms
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Ia Vardishvili, University of Virginia
Session type: ES contributed
 

What Happened to the U.S. Business Dynamism?
   presented by: Sina Ates, Federal Reserve Board
 

Producer Price Inflation Connectedness and Input-Output Networks
   presented by: Kamil Yilmaz, Koc University
 

Entry decision, option value of delay and business cycles
   presented by: Ia Vardishvili, University of Virginia
 
Session 162: Financial Frictions, Financial Intermediation, and the Macroeocnomy
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Michael Kumhof, Bank of England
Session type: ES contributed
 

Risk and State-dependent Financial Frictions
   presented by: Martin Harding, DIW Berlin
 

Banks are not intermediaries of loanable funds - facts, theory and evidence
   presented by: Michael Kumhof, Bank of England
 
Session 163: Games with Incomplete Information
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Alexandros Rigos, Lund University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Scalable games: modelling games of incomplete information
   presented by: Nora Wegner, Bank of England
 

Can Auctions Maximize Welfare in Markets After the Auction?
   presented by: Bernhard Kasberger, University of Oxford
 

Signaling Expertise
   presented by: Alexandros Rigos, Lund University
 
Session 164: Household
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Pawan Gopalakrishnan, Reserve Bank of India
Session type: ES contributed
 

Wages and Family Time Allocations
   presented by: Alexandros Theloudis, LISER Luxembourg and UCL Economics
 

An Empirical Total Survey Error Decomposition Using Data Combination
   presented by: Nikolas Mittag, CERGE-EI
 

Household Finance in Developing Countries
   presented by: Pawan Gopalakrishnan, Reserve Bank of India
 
Session 165: Identification and Estimation of Structural Models II
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Tom Holden, Deutsche Bundesbank
Session type: ES contributed
 

Dynamic Deconvolution of Independent Autoregressive Sources
   presented by: Christian Gourieroux, University of Toronto and Toulouse S.E.
 

Female Employment and Child Care
   presented by: Lena Hassani Nezhad, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

The relative prices of investment and capital.
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   presented by: Tom Holden, Deutsche Bundesbank
 
Session 166: Networks
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Agathe Pernoud, Stanford University
Session type: ES contributed
 

On the Existence of Perfect Pairwise Stable Weighted Networks
   presented by: Mariya Teteryatnikova, HSE
 

The geopolitical impact of Nord Stream 2
   presented by: László Kóczy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

What Makes Financial Markets Special? Systemic Risk and its Measurement in Financial Networks
   presented by: Agathe Pernoud, Stanford University
 
Session 167: Political Economy in Historical Perspective
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Raphael Franck, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Session type: ES contributed
 

Franchise extension and redistribution: evidence from the United Kingdom 1820-1913
   presented by: Toke Aidt, University of Cambridge
 

Class or Economic Voting? Evidence from Social Mobility in Victorian England
   presented by: Janne Tukiainen, VATT Institute for Economic Research
 

The effects of state capacity on local economic development: Evidence from the Urals in the aftermath of Pugachev’s 1773-1775 rebellion
   presented by: Raphael Franck, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 
Session 168: Peer Effects
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: Rafael Ribas, University of Amsterdam
Session type: ES contributed
 

The Virtuous Cycle of Agreement
   presented by: Philippos Louis, University of Cyprus
 

Shifts in risk-behaviour
   presented by: Pia Weiss, Nottingham University Business School
 

Can Better Peers Signal Less Success? The Effect of Perceived Rank on Career Investment
   presented by: Rafael Ribas, University of Amsterdam
 
Session 169: Quantile Models
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Galina Besstremyannaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation
Session type: ES contributed
 

Consistent Specification Test of the Quantile Autoregression
   presented by: Anthoulla Phella, University of Surrey
 

Quantile co-movement in stock markets with production linkages of firms: A spatial panel quantile model with unobserved heterogeneity
   presented by: Lina Lu, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 

Reconsideration of a simple approach to quantile regression for panel data
   presented by: Galina Besstremyannaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation
 
Session 170: Search, Matching and Wage Determination
August 27, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin Madison
Session type: ES contributed
 

A Job Ladder Model with Stochastic Employment Opportunities
   presented by: Jake Bradley, University of Nottingham
 

Conditional Choice Probability Estimation of Continuous-Time Job Search Models
   presented by: Attila Gyetvai, Duke University
 

On Worker and Firm Heterogeneity in Wages and Employment Mobility: Evidence from Danish Register Data
   presented by: Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin Madison
 
Session 171: ES Presidential Address
August 27, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Enrique Sentana, CEMFI
Session type: ES invited
 

Coordination and Incomplete Information
   presented by: Stephen Morris, Princeton University
 
Session 172: Laffont Lecture
August 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Zvika Neeman, Tel Aviv University
Session type: ES invited
 

Games with Incomplete Information: From Repetition to Cheap Talk and Persuasion
   presented by: Francoise Forges, Paris Dauphine
 
Session 173: Asset Pricing and Risk Premium
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Joseph Kopecky, Trinity College Dublin
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Jumps and the Correlation Risk Premium: Evidence from Equity Options
   presented by: René Flacke, University of Muenster
 

Learning and the Capital Age Premium
   presented by: Chi-Yang Tsou, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

Hedging Labor Income Risk over the Life-Cycle
   presented by: Raffaele Corvino, Cass Business School
 

Characteristics as Signal Processes: Uncovering the Hidden Risk Premia in Global Financial Markets
   presented by: Huichou Huang, City University of Hong Kong
 

Population Aging and the Risk Premium
   presented by: Joseph Kopecky, Trinity College Dublin
 
Session 174: Birth Outcomes and Child Health
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Martin Karlsson,
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Air pollution during pregnancy and birth outcomes in Italy
   presented by: Inna Petrunyk, Leuphana University
 

(Growing) Up In Smoke? The Impact Of Prenatal And Postnatal Maternal Smoking On Child Development
   presented by: Francesca Salvati, UCL
 

Estimating the Effect of Criminal Victimisation on Birth Outcomes.
   presented by: Livia Menezes, University of Leicester
 

The Effect of Neonatal Intensive Care Units on Neonatal and Infant Mortality: Evidence from 45 Years of Establishing and Operating a National Network
   presented by: Gabor Kertesi, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Scienc
 

Infant Health, Cognitive Performance and Earnings: Evidence from Inception of the Welfare State in Sweden
   presented by: Martin Karlsson,
 
Session 175: Consumption and Houeshold Behaviour
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Eve Colson-Sihra, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The effect of information on market activity; evidence from vehicle recalls
   presented by: Davide Cerruti, ETH Zurich
 

Student Loans, Access to Credit and Consumer Financial Behavior
   presented by: Alvaro Mezza,
 

Once or Twice a Month? The Impact of Payment Frequency on Consumption Patterns
   presented by: Tuuli Paukkeri, VATT Institute for Economic Research
 

Consumption Responses to Financial Liberalization: Evidence from Survey Data
   presented by: Cristina Barcelo, Banco de España
 

How Do We Choose Our Identity? A Revealed Preference Approach Using Food Consumption
   presented by: Eve Colson-Sihra, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 
Session 176: Culture, Persistance and Development
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Lingwei Wu, University of Bonn
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Class Differences and the Commercial Revolution
   presented by: Maurizio Iacopetta, OFCE Sciences Po and Skema Business School
 

450 Years of Portuguese Colonialism in India: Missionaries, Education, Gender Gaps
   presented by: Alexander Lehner, University of Bologna
 

State History, Intergenerational Transmission and Institutional Trust in Africa
   presented by: Gian Luca Tedeschi, University of Nottingham
 

Bitter Sugar: Slavery and the "Black Family"
   presented by: Arcangelo Dimico, Queen's University Belfast
 

The Economic Motives for Foot-binding
   presented by: Lingwei Wu, University of Bonn
 
Session 177: Education, Science and Technology in Economic History
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: Michel Serafinelli, University of Essex
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Economic Origins of Modern Science: Technology, Institutions, and Markets
   presented by: Jeremiah Dittmar, London School of Economics
 

Education and Enlightenment in France
   presented by: Lukas Rosenberger, University of Munich (LMU)
 

Social status, war, medical knowledge, and the timing of life expectancy improvements among Germanic scholars over the fifteenth to nineteenth centuries.
   presented by: Robert Stelter, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
 

Can autocracy promote literacy? evidence from a cultural alignment success story
   presented by: Nuno Palma, University of Manchester
 

Creativity over Time and Space
   presented by: Michel Serafinelli, University of Essex
 
Session 178: Electoral Systems
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.3
 
Session Chair: Massimo Morelli, Bocconi University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Political Statement Cycle
   presented by: Junichi Yamasaki, Kobe University
 

One Strike and You're Out: The Effects of the Master Lever on Senator's Positions
   presented by: Olga Gorelkina, University of Liverpool
 

Politics from the Bench? Ideology and Strategic Voting in the US Supreme Court
   presented by: Jörg Spenkuch, Northwestern University
 

Moral Hazard in Electoral Teams and Gamson's Law Within Parties
   presented by: Jon H. Fiva, Norwegian Business School (BI)
 

Electoral Systems, Taxation and Immigration Policies
   presented by: Massimo Morelli, Bocconi University
 
Session 179: Employment Contracts
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Alexander Plum, Auckland University of Technology
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Labor Market Rigidities and Misallocation: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
   presented by: Dinara Alpysbayeva, KU Leuven
 

Ex-Post Labor Market Sorting - the Role of Conditional Cooperativeness
   presented by: Michael Haylock, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
 

From Ultima Ratio to Mutual Consent: The Effects of Changing Employment Protection Doctrine
   presented by: Cyprien Batut, Paris School of Economics
 

Zero Hours Contracts and Their Growth: Five Questions and Answers
   presented by: egidio farina, Queen's University Belfast
 

When There Is No Way Up: Reconsidering Low-Paid Jobs As Stepping Stones
   presented by: Alexander Plum, Auckland University of Technology
 
Session 180: Environmental Policy and Regulation II
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.329
 
Session Chair: Stephan Sommer, RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
Session type: EEA contributed
 

A Multi-Sector Multi-Region Macroeconomic Model for Germany
   presented by: Christoph Schult, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 

Lease Splitting and Dirty Entrants: The Unintended Deforestation Consequences of India's Environmental Clearance Process Reform
   presented by: Anca Balietti, Harvard University
 

On sef-interested preferences for sharing the costs of energy policy: A stated choice analysis for Germany
   presented by: Elke Groh, University of Kassel
 

Water Quality, Policy Diffusion Effects and Farmers Behavior
   presented by: Eva Tène,
 

Local Cost for Global Benefit: The Case of Wind Turbines
   presented by: Stephan Sommer, RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
 
Session 181: Exchange Rates and International Spillovers
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Ansgar Rannenberg, National Bank of Belgium
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Current Account Dynamics and Exchange Rate Regimes in Central and Eastern Europe
   presented by: Karsten Staehr, Tallinn University of Technology
 

Government Spending, Downward Nominal Wage Rigidity, and Exchange Rate Dynamics
   presented by: Francesco D'Ascanio,
 

Balance Sheets, Currency Mismatch and Exchange Rate Fluctuations in Open Economies
   presented by: Pablo Anaya, Freie Universität Berlin, DIW Berlin
 

International Spillovers and the Exchange Rate Channel of Monetary Policy
   presented by: Vito Cormun, Boston College
 

Low pass-through and high spillovers in NOEM: what does help and what does not
   presented by: Ansgar Rannenberg, National Bank of Belgium
 
Session 182: Foreign Direct Investment
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Birgit Meyer, Vienna University of Economics and Business
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Offshoring and non-monotonic employment effects across industries in general equilibrium
   presented by: Michael Irlacher, University of Linz
 

Causal Evidence on the International Transmission of Crises Through Multinational Firms
   presented by: Marcus Biermann, London School of Economics
 

The Structure of Multinational Sales under Demand Risk
   presented by: Francesco Conteduca, Bank of Italy
 

A Model of Heterogeneous Firm Matches in Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions
   presented by: Michiel Gerritse, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

Product Mix and Foreign Ownership: Evidence from India’s Investment Liberalization
   presented by: Birgit Meyer, Vienna University of Economics and Business
 
Session 183: Groups, Leadership and Gender
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, ESSEC Business School and THEMA
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Strength of Weak Leaders - An Experiment on Social Influence and Social Learning in Teams
   presented by: Berno Buechel, University of Fribourg
 

Delegation to a Group
   presented by: Moritz Janas, University of Konstanz
 

Are Women Less Effective Leaders than Men?
   presented by: Lea Heursen, Humboldt University of Berlin
 

CEO Nomination and Gender Leadership Stereotypes: Evidence from Lab Experiments
   presented by: Estefania Santacreu-Vasut, ESSEC Business School and THEMA
 
Session 184: Healthcare and Health
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Erkan Gören, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Distribution of Physician Quality: Evidence from the English National Health Service
   presented by: George Stoye, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Correcting for Transitory Effects in RCTs: Application to the RAND Health Insurance Experiment
   presented by: Kevin Devereux, University College Dublin
 

The Economics Behind the Epidemic: Afghan Opium Price and Prescription Opioids in the US
   presented by: Roberto Nisticò, University of Naples Federico II
 

When Should the Sun Shine? The Effect of the Time Zone on Health
   presented by: Pavel Jelnov, Leibniz University Hannover and IZA
 

The Relation of Age and Subjective Wellbeing: Estimating Simultaneously Within and Between Effects
   presented by: Erkan Gören, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
 
Session 185: Information in Markets
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Dmitry Ivanov, Higher school of Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

How Informed are Sellers of Nonhomogeneous Goods?: Market Structure and Pricing Behavior in the South African Art Auction Market, 2009 - 2013
   presented by: Johannes Fedderke, Pennsylvania State University
 

Movie Review Manipulation --- A Study of Douban.com
[slides]
   presented by: Chenxue Hou, Sun Yat-sen University
 

How big is the “lemons” problem? Historical evidence from French appellation wines.
[slides]
   presented by: Emmanuel Paroissien, INRA
 

Data brokers co-opetition
   presented by: Carlo Reggiani, University of Manchester
 

Identifying Bid Leakage In Procurement Auctions: Machine Learning Approach
   presented by: Dmitry Ivanov, Higher school of Economics
 
Session 186: Knowledge, Innovation, and R&D
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Francois Lafond, University of Oxford
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Investment in Knowledge-Based Capital and Productivity: Firm-Level Evidence from a Small Open Economy
   presented by: Iulia Siedschlag, The Economic and Social Research Institute
 

Discussants
   presented by: Michael Rose, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition
 

Mergers and Innovation Portfolios
   presented by: Evgenia Motchenkova,
 

Endogenous cost differentials and incentives for agglomeration in a Hotelling model with location based spillover effects
   presented by: Bipasa Datta, University of York
 

Can stimulating demand drive costs down? World War II as a natural experiment
   presented by: Francois Lafond, University of Oxford
 
Session 187: Labour Market Policy
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.4
 
Session Chair: Ramon Marimon, European University Institute and UPF - Barcelona GSE
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Labor market responses to payroll tax reductions
   presented by: Haomin Wang, University of Konstanz
 

Resource Misallocation from Childcare Policies
   presented by: Loris Rubini, University of New Hampshire
 

Should I Stay or Must I Go? Temporary Refugee Protection and Labor-Market Outcomes
   presented by: Birthe Larsen, Copenhagen Business School
 

Optimal UI policies in heterogeneous labor markets
   presented by: Benjamin Hartung, European Central Bank
 

Introducing an Austrian Backpack in Spain
   presented by: Ramon Marimon, European University Institute and UPF - Barcelona GSE
 
Session 188: Law and Economics of Sanctions and Crime
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Daniel Montolio, University of Barcelona (Spain)
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Under Pressure? Performance Evaluation of Police Officers as an Incentive to Cheat: Evidence from Drug Crimes in Russia
   presented by: Ekaterina Travova,
 

Hanging Down Under: Capital Punishment and Deterrence in Australia
   presented by: Vincent O'Sullivan, Lancaster University Management School
 

Charter Takeovers, No Excuses Strategy, and Youth Crime. Evidence from London Secondary School Academies
   presented by: Emma Duchini, University of Warwick
 

Fines versus Liability: Experimental Evidence on Care Incentives
   presented by: Tim Friehe, University of Marburg
 

Bolstering community ties and its effect on crime: Evidence from a quasi-random experiment
   presented by: Daniel Montolio, University of Barcelona (Spain)
 
Session 189: Monetary Policy Transmission
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Anna Samarina, De Nederlandsche Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Monetary Policy and Production Networks: an Empirical Investigation
   presented by: Mishel Ghassibe, University of Oxford
 

New Evidence on Monetary Transmission: Interest Rate versus Inflation Target Shocks
   presented by: Elizaveta Lukmanova, KU Leuven and Vienna University of Economics and Business
 

Imperfect Pass-Through to Deposit Rates and Monetary Policy Transmission
   presented by: Alberto Polo, New York University
 

A Markov-switching Proxy SVAR
   presented by: Shayan Zakipour-Saber, Queen Mary University of London
 

Does monetary policy affect income inequality in the euro area?
   presented by: Anna Samarina, De Nederlandsche Bank
 
Session 190: New Approaches to Business Cycles
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Jan-Egbert Sturm, ETH Zurich
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Business cycles in space
[slides]
   presented by: Tom Holden, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Assessing U.S. aggregate fluctuations across time and frequencies
   presented by: Fabio Verona, Bank of Finland
 

Financial Crisis Prediction with Machine Learning
   presented by: Marcus Buckmann, Bank of England
 

On the Macroeconomic Consequences of Over-Optimism
   presented by: Tim Willems, International Monetary Fund
 

Do Recession Expectations Kill Political Budget Cycles?
   presented by: Jan-Egbert Sturm, ETH Zurich
 
Session 191: Risk, Aspirations and Behaviour
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Renate Strobl, University of Basel
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Income Shocks and Poverty Traps. Asset Smoothing in Rural Ethiopia
   presented by: Douglas Scott, University of Nottingham
 

Be Positive and See Yourself Burdened with Debt? The Effect of Biased Expectations on (Over-)Indebtedness
   presented by: Theres Klühs, Leibniz University Hannover
 

Hiding loans in the household using mobile money: Experimental evidence on microenterprise investment in Uganda
   presented by: Emma Riley, University of Oxford
 

Risky Choices and Solidarity: Why Experimental Design Matters
   presented by: Conny Wunsch, University of Basel
 
Session 192: Skill Demand
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.328
 
Session Chair: Lennart Ziegler, University of Vienna
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Does Inequality really increase Crime? Theory and Evidence
   presented by: Matteo Pazzona, Brunel University
 

Skill dispersion, firm productivity, and production technology: new empirical evidence and implications
   presented by: Nick Zubanov, University of Konstanz
 

Wage inequality: College premium, economic geography, and private-public sector
   presented by: Hildegunn Stokke, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
 

Intellectual Property Rights, Professional Business Services and Earnings Inequality
   presented by: Gorkem Bostanci, University of Pennsylvania
 

Skill Demand and Wages. Evidence from Online Job Postings in Austria
   presented by: Lennart Ziegler, University of Vienna
 
Session 193: Wages
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Christiane Nickel, European Central Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Wages, Compositional Effects and the Business Cycle
   presented by: Omiros Kouvavas, University of Warwick
 

Job-to-job flows and wage cyclicality in France and Italy
   presented by: Eliana Viviano,
 

Time-varying wage Phillips curves in the euro area with a new measure for labor market slack
   presented by: Dennis Bonam, De Nederlandsche Bank
 

The link between labor cost and price inflation in the euro area
   presented by: Isabel Vansteenkiste, European Central Bank
                         Isabel Vansteenkiste, European Central Bank
 

Solving theWage Puzzle: Does the “Non-Employment Index” Explain European Wage Dynamics Since the Crisis?
[slides]
   presented by: Stephen Byrne, Central Bank of Ireland
 
Session 194: What Works in Schools and Beyond?
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.5
 
Session Chair: Gianni De Fraja, Department of Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Experimenting with dropout prevention policies
   presented by: Karen van der Wiel, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
 

The Effect of Group Formation and Differentiated Instruction on Learning Outcomes. Evidence from Two Randomised Control Trials.
   presented by: Kaat Iterbeke, KU Leuven
 

Urban and education place-based policies: Effect on academic achievement
   presented by: Manon Garrouste, Université de Lille
 

Higher Education Funding Reforms: A Comprehensive Analysis of Educational and Labour Market Outcomes in England
   presented by: Stefania Simion, University of Edinburgh
 

Have you read this? An empirical comparison of the British REF peer review and the Italian VQR bibliometric algorithm
   presented by: Gianni De Fraja, Department of Economics
 
Session 195: Aggregate Dynamics of Frictional Labour Markets
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Eran Hoffmann, Hebrew University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Costly decisions, rigid wages, and frictional labor reallocation
   presented by: James Costain, European Central Bank
 

Specific Capital and the Business Cycle Effects on the Postgraduate Wage Premium
   presented by: Ran Gu, University Of Essex
 

Social Connections, Strategic Referrals, and On-the-Job Search
   presented by: Ji-Woong Moon, The Pennsylvania State University
 

Making Do with Less?\\ Workers' On-the-Job Effort and the Role on Macro Effects
   presented by: Kunio Tsuyuhara, University of Calgary
 

"At-risk jobs", regional growth, and labor market flows
   presented by: Eran Hoffmann, Hebrew University
 
Session 196: Choice and Preferences
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Gregorio Curello, University of Oxford
Session type: ES contributed
 

Inference of welfare from choice observations: an axiomatic and empirical analysis
   presented by: Daniele Caliari, Queen Mary University
 

Salience and Skewness Preferences
   presented by: Markus Dertwinkel-Kalt, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
 

The choice environment, constraints, and rational procedures
   presented by: Philipp Zahn, University of St. Gallen
 

Revealed Preference Systems: A General Tool and Application to the Choice Under Plurality
   presented by: Seyed Hassan Nosratabadi, Université catholique de Louvain
 

The Lattice structure of Preference Comparison
   presented by: Gregorio Curello, University of Oxford
 
Session 197: Collective Decision Making
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: Heski Bar-Isaac, University of Toronto
Session type: ES contributed
 

Collective mistake in a tricky question under strategic voting
   presented by: Tomoya Tajika, Hokusei Gakuen University
 

Prosocial Behavior and Deliberative Democracy
   presented by: Xiangyu Qu, CNRS
 

Designing Organizations in Volatile Markets
   presented by: Dimitri Migrow, University of Calgary
 

Optimal Tax for the Household: Collective and Unitary MOdel
   presented by: Érica Oliveira, Insper
 

Blockholder Voting
   presented by: Heski Bar-Isaac, University of Toronto
 
Session 198: Health
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Milena Suarez, INSEE-CREST
Session type: ES contributed
 

Saving Lives by Tying Hands: The Unexpected Effects of Constraining Health Care Providers
   presented by: Thomas Hoe, Cornell University
 

Digital Waste? Unintended Consequences of Health Information Technology
   presented by: Tanja Saxell, VATT (Visiting Stanford)
 

How Do Hospitals Respond Differently to Competition? Quality, Prices, and Efficiency
   presented by: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
 

Democracy, Genes, and the Male Survival Disadvantage
   presented by: Marie Christelle Mabeu, University of Ottawa
 

Disentangling the causal effects of air pollutants on health: when the numerous characteristics of the planetary boundary layer can help
   presented by: Milena Suarez, INSEE-CREST
 
Session 199: Heterogeneous Agents and Inequality
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Diego Legal-Cañisá, University of Virginia
Session type: ES contributed
 

Determinants of wealth inequality and mobility in general equilibrium
   presented by: Thomas Fischer, Lund University
 

Uncertainty and Inflation in a Heterogeneous Agent Model
   presented by: Anna Rogantini Picco, European University Institute
 

Nominal Debt and the Heterogeneous Effects of Forward Guidance
   presented by: Matthias Paustian, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Unemployment Insurance with Consumer Bankruptcy
   presented by: Diego Legal-Cañisá, University of Virginia
 
Session 200: Hypothesis Testing
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Tatiana Komarova, London School of Economics
Session type: ES contributed
 

Confidence regions for averaging estimators
   presented by: Tom Boot, University of Groningen
 

Tests For Independence Between Categorical Variables
   presented by: Juan Sentana, University of Essex
 

Testing Many Moment Inequalities with Symmetry Inference
   presented by: Nick Koning, University of Groningen
 

A Distributional Approach to Model Selection and Averaging by Probabilistic Significance Tests
   presented by: Yi-Ting Chen, Academia Sinica
 

Testing nonparametric shape restrictions
   presented by: Tatiana Komarova, London School of Economics
 
Session 201: Industrial Organisation: Empirical Structural Models
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Alexander Torgovitsky, University of Chicago
Session type: ES contributed
 

The Competitive Conduct of Consumer Cooperatives
   presented by: Marco Duarte, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Endogenous markups, input misallocation and geographical supplier access
   presented by: Gregor Singer, London School of Economics
 

Dynamic Foundations for Empirical Static Games
[slides]
   presented by: Lorenzo Magnolfi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Nonparametric Estimates of Demand in the California Health Insurance Exchange
   presented by: Alexander Torgovitsky, University of Chicago
 
Session 202: Macroeconomics: Consumption and Saving
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Anne Hannusch, University of Mannheim
Session type: ES contributed
 

Lending Standards and Consumption Insurance over the Business Cycle
   presented by: Felicia Ionescu, Federal Reserve Board
 

Household Balance Sheets and Consumption Responses to Income Shocks
   presented by: Yunho Cho, Jinan University
 

The intertemporal marginal propensity to consume out of future persistent cash-flows: Evidence from transaction level data
   presented by: Jeppe Druedahl, University of Copenhagen
 

All Debt Not Equal: Student Loan, Credit Card Debt and the Young American Households
   presented by: Wenli Li, Research
 

Back to Becker: Producing Consumption with Time and Goods
   presented by: Anne Hannusch, University of Mannheim
 
Session 203: Macroeconomics: Government Policies, Income Distribution and Inequality
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Yi-Chan Tsai, National Taiwan University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Credit, Default, and Optimal Health Insurance
   presented by: Youngsoo Jang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

To Means-Test or Not to Means-Test: Optimality and Life-Cycle Effects of Universal Basic Income Programs
   presented by: Andre Victor Luduvice, University of Pennsylvania
 

How Does Monetary Policy Affect Income and Wealth Inequality? Evidence from Quantitative Easing in the Euro Area
   presented by: Jiri Slacalek, European Central Bank
 

Inequality and the Size of Government
   presented by: Weijie Luo, Central University of Finance and Economics
 

Rising skill premium and dynamics of optimal taxation
   presented by: Yi-Chan Tsai, National Taiwan University
 
Session 204: Monetary Policy and Financial Markets
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Elena Perazzi, University of Lausanne
Session type: ES contributed
 

Mind the Gap! A Monetarist View of the Open-Economy Phillips Curve
   presented by: Ayse Kabukcuoglu, North Carolina State University
 

Taking Away the Punch Bowl: Monetary Policy and Financial Instability
   presented by: Kevin Sheedy, London School of Economics
 

Explanation of US Interest Rates based on Inflation Tax Avoidance
   presented by: Ceri Davies, University of Birmingham
 

ECB Monetary Policy and Cross-Market Financial Spillovers: Evidence from large TVP-VAR
   presented by: Joey Soudant, University of Namur
 

On the special role of deposits for long-term lending
   presented by: Elena Perazzi, University of Lausanne
 
Session 205: Panel Data
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Takashi Yamagata, University of York & Osaka University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Identification of Spillover Effects using Panel Data
   presented by: Christiern Rose, University of Queensland
 

Latent Group Structures with Heterogeneous Distributions: Identification and Estimation
   presented by: Heng Chen, Bank of Canada
 

Short T Dynamic Panel Data Models with Individual and Interactive Time Effects
   presented by: L. Vanessa Smith, University of York
 

Spatial dynamic models with intertemporal optimization II: coevolution of economic activities and networks
   presented by: Hanbat Jeong, OSU
 

A robust approach to heteroskedasticity, error serial correlation and slope heterogeneity for large linear panel data models with interactive effects
   presented by: Takashi Yamagata, University of York & Osaka University
 
Session 206: Partial Identification
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Marinho Bertanha, University of Notre Dame
Session type: ES contributed
 

Partial Identification in nonparametric one-to-one matching models
   presented by: Cristina Gualdani, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Sensitivity of Bounds on ATEs under Survey Non-response
   presented by: Lukas Laffers, Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences
 

Inference in Games without Nash Equilibrium: An Application to Restaurants’ Competition in Opening Hours
   presented by: Erhao Xie, Bank of Canada
 

Nonparametric Instrumental Variables Estimators Under Misspecification: A Problem and a Partial Solution
   presented by: Ben Deaner, MiT
 

Better Bunching, Nicer Notching
   presented by: Marinho Bertanha, University of Notre Dame
 
Session 207: Rural/Urban/Industrial Development
August 28, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Ioana Schiopu, ESADE Business School
Session type: ES contributed
 

Land market distortions and aggregate productivity: Evidence from Guatemala
   presented by: Manuel Hernandez, IFPRI
 

Farm support and market distortion: Evidence from a quasi-natural policy experiment in India
   presented by: Abhinav Narayanan, Reserve Bank of India
 

Decentralized Targeting of Agricultural Credit Programs: Private versus Political Intermediaries
   presented by: Sujata Visaria, Hong Kong University of Science and Tech
 

Does Electrification Cause Industrial Development? Grid Expansion and Firm Turnover in Indonesia
   presented by: Dana Kassem, University of Mannheim
 

Urbanization, Productivity Differences and Spatial Frictions
   presented by: Ioana Schiopu, ESADE Business School
 
Session 208: Altruism and Norms
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Robertas Zubrickas,
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Local Norms Describing the Role of the State and the Private Provision of Training
   presented by: Stefan Wolter, University of Bern
 

Optimal income taxation in the presence of networks of altruism
   presented by: Anasuya Raj, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Inheritance taxation with agents differing in altruism and productivity.
   presented by: Erwan Moussault, THEMA University of Cergy Pontoise
 

Donation-Based Crowdfunding with Refund Bonuses
   presented by: Robertas Zubrickas,
 
Session 209: Boundedly Rational Investors and Asset Prices
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Katrin Gödker, University of Hamburg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Diversification in Lottery-Like Features and Portfolio Pricing Discounts
   presented by: Xin Liu, University of Bath
 

Experience Does not Eliminate Bubbles: Experimental Evidence
   presented by: Anita Kopányi-Peuker, University of Amsterdam
 

Cultural Biases in Equity Analysis
   presented by: Vesa Pursiainen, Imperial College London and University of Hong Kong
 

Investor Memory
   presented by: Katrin Gödker, University of Hamburg
 
Session 210: Collusion
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Lucy White, Questrom School of Management, Boston Un
Session type: EEA contributed
 

A Dynamic Analysis of Collusive Action: The Case of the World Copper Market, 1820-2014
[slides]
   presented by: Martin Stuermer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Macroeconomic Effects of Market Structure Distortions
   presented by: Flavien Moreau, UCLA
 

Cartel stability in experimental auctions
   presented by: Leonard Treuren, University of Amsterdam
 

Asymmetric Cartels: Who Gains, Who Deviates, and Some Unintended Consequences of Anti-Trust Policies
   presented by: Lucy White, Questrom School of Management, Boston Un
 
Session 211: EAERE Session on Environmental Economics
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: Moritz Drupp, Hamburg University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Tax neutrality, entry and discoveries: Evidence from oil drilling in the North Sea
   presented by: Lassi Ahlvik, Norwegian School of Economics
 

Borders and Resources: Evidence of strategic exploration
   presented by: Torfinn Harding, Norwegian School of Economics
 

The Global Consumer Incidence of Carbon Pricing: Evidence from Trade
   presented by: Lutz Sager, London School of Economics and Political Science
 

Inter- and Intragenerational Distribution and the Valuation of Natural Capital
   presented by: Moritz Drupp, Hamburg University
 
Session 212: Education
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Matias Cortes, York University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Does a High School Diploma Matter? Evidence Using Regression Discontinuity Design
   presented by: Deni Mazrekaj, KU Leuven
 

Learning by Problem-Solving
   presented by: Alexander Patt, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
 

Effects of Military Conscription on the Labour Market and Education
   presented by: Daniel Almén, Stockholm University
 

Are Routine Jobs Moving South? Evidence from Changes in the Occupational Structure of Employment in the U.S. and Mexico
   presented by: Matias Cortes, York University
 
Session 213: Evaluation of Labour Market Policies
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Annette Bergemann, University of Bristol
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Evaluation of the Finnish Basic Income experiment: First year results
   presented by: Jouko Verho, VATT Institute for Economic Research
 

Equilibrium effects of making work pay policies: Evidence from Germany
   presented by: Luke Haywood, DIW Berlin
 

Flexible Parametric Covariate Balancing Weights for the Estimation of Dose-Reponse Functions and the Effects of Entrepreneurship Training
   presented by: Stefan Tübbicke, University of Potsdam
 

Non-Cognitive Skills and Gender Differences in Training Programmes for the Unemployed
   presented by: Annette Bergemann, University of Bristol
 
Session 214: Fertility and Children
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Malte Sandner, Institute for Employment Research
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Can Mass Media Campaigns Increase Modern Contraception Uptake? Experimental Evidence From Burkina Faso
   presented by: Victor Pouliquen, Paris School of Economics
 

The baby year parental leave reform in the GDR and its impact on children’s long-term life satisfaction
   presented by: Katharina Heisig, ifo Institute
 

Retirement, intergenerational time transfers, and fertility
   presented by: Peter Eibich, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Res
 

The Effects of Universal Public Childcare Provision on Cases of Child Neglect and Abuse
   presented by: Malte Sandner, Institute for Employment Research
 
Session 215: Financial Frictions and Business Cycles
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Rafael Domenech, Universidad de Valencia and BBVA Research
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Monetary Policy and the Cost of Wage Rigidity: Evidence from the Stock Market
   presented by: Vincenzo Pezone, Goethe University and SAFE
 

Credit Demand Shocks and the Business Cycle
   presented by: Richard Kima, University of Southampton
 

Partial dollarization in a small open economy with financial and labor market frictions
   presented by: Cristian Bulete, National Bank of Romania
 

Macroeconomic Effects of Taxes on Banking
[slides]
   presented by: Rafael Domenech, Universidad de Valencia and BBVA Research
 
Session 216: Forecasting Macro and Financial Variables
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Anne Hansen, University of Copenhagen
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Exploiting the information of Signed Jumps and Jump Activity in forecasting Stocks Returns Volatility
   presented by: Rodrigo Hizmeri, Lancaster University
 

Making text count for macroeconomics: What newspaper text can tell us about the economy
   presented by: Arthur Turrell, Bank of England
 

Survey-Based Multivariate Density Forecasts
   presented by: Florens Odendahl, Banque de France
 

Modeling Persistent Interest Rates With Volatility-Induced Stationarity
   presented by: Anne Hansen, University of Copenhagen
 
Session 217: Gender Differentials in Education and the Labour Market
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Laura Hospido, Banco de España and IZA
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Understanding Gender Differences in Preferences for STEM
   presented by: Judith Delaney, Economic and Social Research Institute
 

HETEROGENEITY IN THE U.S. GENDER WAGE GAP
   presented by: Philipp Bach, University of Hamburg
 

The Gender Gap in Earnings Between and Within Firms: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data
   presented by: Salvatore Lattanzio, University of Cambridge
 

Gender Gaps in Evaluation: Evidence from Submissions to Conferences
   presented by: Laura Hospido, Banco de España and IZA
 
Session 218: Interactions
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.328
 
Session Chair: Tore Nilssen, University of Oslo
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Voluntarily Separable Games with In-relationship Search
   presented by: Xiaoxiao Hu, Wuhan University
 

The formation of a core-periphery structure in heterogeneous financial networks
   presented by: Daan in 't Veld, SEO Amsterdam Economics
 

The Coevolution of Morals under Indirect Reciprocity
   presented by: Stephan Mueller, University of Göttingen
 

Creating Balance in Dynamic Competitions
   presented by: Tore Nilssen, University of Oslo
 
Session 219: International Finance
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Husnu Dalgic, University of Mannheim
Session type: EEA contributed
 

When Being Thrifty is Risky: A Paradox of Precaution in International Saving
[slides]
   presented by: Chao He, London School of Economics and Political Science
 

Small Firms and Domestic Bank Dependence in Europe's Great Recession
   presented by: Egor Maslov, University of Zurich
 

Cross-border investments and uncertainty: Firm-level evidence
   presented by: Timothee Gigout, Collège de France
 

Financial Dollarization in Emerging Markets: An Insurance Arrangement
   presented by: Husnu Dalgic, University of Mannheim
 
Session 220: International Production
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Sven Blank, Deutsche Bundesbank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

International Relocation of Production and Growth
   presented by: Francisco Alcalá, Universidad de Murcia, Ivie and CEPR
 

Trade Credit, Trade Income Elasticity and the International Transmission of Shocks
   presented by: Anna Watson, University of Cambridge
 

Good connections : bank specialization and the tariff elasticity of exports
   presented by: Jean-Stéphane Mésonnier, Banque de France
 

A Structural Quantitative Analysis of Services Trade De-liberalization
   presented by: Sven Blank, Deutsche Bundesbank
 
Session 221: Job Search
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Axel Gottfries, University of Edinburgh
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Importance of Non-monetary Determinants in the Job Search Process: Theory and Empirical Evidence
   presented by: Miriam Boemer, ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research
 

Unemployment Risks and Intra-Household Insurance
   presented by: Javier Fernandez-Blanco, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona and BG
 

Job Search and Intermediation under Discrimination: Evidence from Terrorist Attacks in France
   presented by: Dylan Glover, INSEAD
 

Bargaining with Renegotiation in Models with On-the-Job Search
   presented by: Axel Gottfries, University of Edinburgh
 
Session 222: Labour Supply
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Selina Gangl, University of Fribourg
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Effects of Hours Constraints on Work Hours and Labor Force Participation
   presented by: Sascha Drahs, University of Potsdam
 

Early Child Development and Parents’ Labor Supply
   presented by: Lukas Laffers, Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences
 

Labor Supply Shocks and Human Capital Accumulation
   presented by: Teodora Tsankova, University of Warwick
 

From housewives to employees? How mandatory kindergarten affects mothers' labour supply
[slides]
   presented by: Selina Gangl, University of Fribourg
 
Session 223: Learning, Beliefs and Overconfidence
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Stephen Cheung, The University of Sydney
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Experiences and expectations in asset markets: an experimental study
   presented by: Myrna Hennequin, University of Amsterdam
 

Persistent Overconfident: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Uganda
   presented by: Dagmara Celik Katreniak, National Research Univeristy Higher School of Economics
 

Multidimensional and Selective Learning: a case study of Bt cotton farmers in India
   presented by: Srijita Ghosh, New York University
 

True Overconfidence, Revealed through Actions: An Experiment
   presented by: Stephen Cheung, The University of Sydney
 
Session 224: Misallocation
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3
 
Session Chair: Diego Restuccia, University of Toronto
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Misallocation, Mark-ups and Scale: Explaining Productivity Dispersion in Norway
   presented by: Torje Hegna, University of Oslo
 

Sudden stops, productivity, and the exchange rate
   presented by: Laura Castillo Martinez, London School of Economics
 

Product differentiation, market power, and resource allocation
   presented by: Bruno Pellegrino, UCLA
 

On Average Establishment Size across Sectors and Countries
   presented by: Diego Restuccia, University of Toronto
 
Session 225: Optimal Monetary Policy
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Raphael Schoenle, Brandeis University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Optimal Monetary Policy for the Masses
   presented by: Riccardo DiCecio, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Optimal Monetary Policy with Downward Nominal Wage Rigidity
   presented by: Christopher Evans, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 

The optimal inflation target and the natural rate of interest
   presented by: Philippe Andrade, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 

Raising the Target: How Much Extra Room Does It Really Give?
   presented by: Raphael Schoenle, Brandeis University
 
Session 226: Political Economy of Development
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329
 
Session Chair: Ajay Shenoy, University of California Santa Cruz
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The public morals - public services tradeoff: Theory and evidence from Sharia regulations in Indonesia
   presented by: Attila Gáspár, Central European University
 

Churching for Welfare: Politics and Religion in the US 1996-2010
   presented by: Jeanet Bentzen,
 

Re-election incentives, ethnic favoritism and the subnational allocation of foreign aid
   presented by: Georgios Efthyvoulou, University of Sheffield
 

Earnings and Takings: Self-Dealing in Local Public Office in India
   presented by: Ajay Shenoy, University of California Santa Cruz
 
Session 227: Politics and Fiscal Policies
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Alessandro Borin, Bank of Italy
Session type: EEA contributed
 

How Does Refugee Immigration Influence Redistribution Politics? Evidence from Finland
   presented by: Riikka Savolainen, Newcastle University
 

Power to the Moderates! Fiscal Windfalls and Electoral Accountability
   presented by: Jørgen Juel Andersen, BI Norwegian Business School
 

The Effect of Inequality on Fiscal Policy in German Municipalities
   presented by: Lea Immel, ifo Institute Munich; University of Munich (LMU)
 

EU TRANSFERS AND EUROSCEPTICISM: CAN’T BUY ME LOVE?
   presented by: Alessandro Borin, Bank of Italy
 
Session 228: Public Procurement in Developing Countries
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre A
 
Session Chair: Dina Pomeranz, University of Zurich
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Can Audits Backfire? Evidence from Public Procurement in Chile
   presented by: Dina Pomeranz, University of Zurich
   Discussant:   Adnan Khan, London School of Economics
 

The Value of Revolving Doors in Public Procurement
   presented by: Stephane Straub, University of Toulouse Capitole
   Discussant:   Lucie Gadenne, University of Warwick
 

Procuring Firm Growth: The Effects of Government Purchases on Firm Dynamics
   presented by: Dimitri Szerman, University of Mannheim
   Discussant:   Klenio Barbosa, Insper Institute of Education and Research
 
Session 229: Relationship Lending and Access to Credit
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4
 
Session Chair: Patricio Valenzuela, University of Chile
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Bank as a Venture Capitalist
   presented by: Kumar Rishabh, University of Basel
 

The Anatomy of Cultural Proximity in Credit Markets
   presented by: Antonio Accetturo, Banca d'Italia
 

Lending Relationships in Loan Renegotiation: Evidence from Corporate Loans
   presented by: Melina Papoutsi, ECB
 

Improving Access to Banking: Evidence from Kenya
   presented by: Patricio Valenzuela, University of Chile
 
Session 230: Retirement and Pensions I
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre C
 
Session Chair: Matthias Schön, Deutsche Bundesbank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Effects of Early Retirement Incentives on Retirement Decisions
   presented by: Carla Krolage, ifo Institute and University of Munich
 

Demographic change, collective wage bargaining and pay-as-you-go social security
   presented by: Max Friese, University of Rostock
 

An Investigation of Policy Incentives for Delaying Public Pension Benefit Claims
   presented by: Tomoki Kitamura, Tohoku Gakuin University
 

Demographic Change and the German Current Account Surplus
   presented by: Matthias Schön, Deutsche Bundesbank
 
Session 231: Stress Testing
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5
 
Session Chair: Anne-Caroline Hüser, Bank of England
Session type: EEA contributed
 

System-wide stress simulation
   presented by: Benjamin King, Bank of England
 

Market Information in Banking Supervision: The Role of Stress Test Design
   presented by: Haina Ding, University Savoie Mont Blanc
 

Time Inconsistency in Stress Test Design
   presented by: Markus Parlasca, University of Oxford
 

Contagion Accounting
   presented by: Anne-Caroline Hüser, Bank of England
 
Session 232: Trade, Variety, and Inequality
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.323
 
Session Chair: Dorothee Hillrichs, Tilburg University
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Quality and Gravity in International Trade
   presented by: Florian Unger, LMU Munich
 

Trade and Vertical Differentiation
   presented by: Alessandro Tampieri, University of Florence
 

Nonhomothetic Preferences and Rent Sharing in an Open Economy
   presented by: Simone Habermeyer, University of Bayreuth
 

Recovering Within Country Inequality from trade data
   presented by: Dorothee Hillrichs, Tilburg University
 
Session 233: Computational Problems and Machine Learning
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Grey Gordon, FRB Richmond
Session type: ES contributed
 

Machine learning for dynamic incentive problems
   presented by: Philipp Renner, Lancaster University
 

Nonparametric Time-Varying Estimations via a Machine Learning Approach
   presented by: Liyuan Cui, City University of Hong Kong
 

Many Average Partial Effects in $\ell_1$-regularized binomial and fractional regressions: with An Application to Gendered Language on the Internet
   presented by: Harold Chiang, Vanderbilt University
 

Efficient Computation with Taste Shocks
   presented by: Grey Gordon, FRB Richmond
 
Session 234: Education and Training: Policy Evaluation
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Arthur Seibold, University of Mannheim
Session type: ES contributed
 

School choice, school effectiveness and educational segregation: Evidence from centralized school assignment in London
   presented by: Marco Ovidi, Queen Mary University of London
 

Selection, Gender and the Impact of Schooling Type in the Dhaka Slums
   presented by: Saima Khan, New York University Abu Dhabi
 

Acquiring Skills to Earn: Impact of Skills Training and Market Linkage on Rural Women in Pakistan
   presented by: Muhammad Farooq Naseer, Lahore University of Management Sciences
 

Mandating Training in Firms: Theory and Evidence from the Colombian Apprenticeship Program
   presented by: Arthur Seibold, University of Mannheim
 
Session 235: Empirical Political Economy
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: Elliott Ash, ETH Zurich
Session type: ES contributed
 

Natural Disasters, Moral Hazards, and Special Interests in Congress
   presented by: Jörg Spenkuch, Northwestern University
 

Illegal Drugs and Public Corruption: Crack Based Evidence From California
   presented by: Babak Jahanshahi, University of Edinburgh
 

Public Media Do Serve The State: A Field Experiment
   presented by: Shuhei Kitamura, Osaka University
 

Motivated Reasoning in the Field: Polarization of Prose, Precedent, and Policy in U.S. Circuit Courts, 1930-2013
   presented by: Elliott Ash, ETH Zurich
 
Session 236: Financial Systems and Regulation
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Carlos Ramirez, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: ES contributed
 

Banks Risk Taking and Creditors Bargaining Power
   presented by: Alon Raviv, Bar Ilan University
 

The Network of Firms Implied by the News
   presented by: Gustavo Schwenkler, Boston University
 

Reach for Yield by U.S. Public Pension Funds
   presented by: Andrei Zlate, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
 

Regulating Financial Networks
   presented by: Carlos Ramirez, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 237: Fiscal Policy: Empirical Evidence on Multipliers
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session type: ES contributed
 

State Dependence of Fiscal Multipliers
   presented by: Mishel Ghassibe, University of Oxford
 

Infrastructure Investment News and Business Cycles in Japan: Evidence from the VAR with an External Instrument
   presented by: Etsuro Shioji, Hitotsubashi University
 

Repatriation Taxes
   presented by: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
 
Session 238: Forecasting Financial Econometrics
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Xiaohan Xue, University of Reading
Session type: ES contributed
 

Taking Stock of Long-Horizon Predictability Tests: Are Factor Returns Predictable?
   presented by: Michalis Stamatogiannis, University of Liveprool
 

Forecasting the realized variance in the presence of intraday periodicity
   presented by: Ana-Maria H. Dumitru, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Forecasting realized correlations: a MIDAS approach
   presented by: Anastasija Tetereva, University of St. Gallen
 

Forecasting Risk Measures Using Intraday Data in a Generalized Autoregressive Score (GAS) Framework
   presented by: Xiaohan Xue, University of Reading
 
Session 239: Identification of VAR Models
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Tincho Almuzara, CEMFI
Session type: ES contributed
 

Monetary Policy, External Instruments and Heteroskedasticity
   presented by: Thore Schlaak, DIW Berlin
 

SVARs Identification through Bounds on the Forecast Error Variance
   presented by: Alessio Volpicella, Queen Mary University
 

Identifying Shocks via Time-Varying Volatility
   presented by: Daniel Lewis, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Empirically relevant long-run restrictions
   presented by: Tincho Almuzara, CEMFI
 
Session 240: Inference in Predictive Regressions and Factor Models
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Thomas Despois, Paris School of Economics and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Session type: ES contributed
 

Testing for Episodic Predictability in Stock Returns
[slides]
   presented by: Robert Taylor, University of Essex
 

New robust inference for predictive regressions
   presented by: Rustam Ibragimov, Imperial College London
 

Determining the dimension of factor structures in non-stationary large datasets
   presented by: Lorenzo Trapani,
 

Another look into the factor model black box: factors interpretation and structural (in)stability
   presented by: Thomas Despois, Paris School of Economics and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
 
Session 241: Labour Markets Flows and Outcomes
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Shigeru Fujita, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Session type: ES contributed
 

Discouragement Traps
   presented by: Tristan Potter, Drexel University
 

Human Capital, Credit Constraints, and Underemployment
   presented by: Paul Jackson, University of California, Irvine
 

Health, Crime, and the Labor Market: Theory and Policy Analysis
   presented by: C. Y. Kelvin Yuen, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Elasticities of Labor Supply and Labor Force Participation Flows
   presented by: Shigeru Fujita, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 
Session 242: Matching
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Vincent Meisner, TU Berlin
Session type: ES contributed
 

Matching with Myopic and Farsighted Players
   presented by: Ana Mauleon, Saint-Louis University- Brussels
 

Centralized Matching with Incomplete Information
   presented by: Marcelo Ariel Fernandez, Johns Hopkins University
 

School choice and loss aversion
   presented by: Vincent Meisner, TU Berlin
 
Session 243: Optimal Mechanisms
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Juan Ignacio Beccuti Vazquez, U Bern
Session type: ES contributed
 

Collusion via Information Sharing and Optimal Auctions
[slides]
   presented by: Olga Gorelkina, University of Liverpool
 

Optimal Privacy-Constrained Mechanisms
   presented by: Ran Eilat, Ben Gurion University
 

Payoff Implications of Incentive Contracting
   presented by: Daniel Garrett, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Screening by Mode of Trade
   presented by: Juan Ignacio Beccuti Vazquez, U Bern
 
Session 244: Trade Policy and Trade Effects with Global Value Chains
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Yuko Imura, Bank of Canada
Session type: ES contributed
 

The Impact of Technology Level on Global Value Chain Formation
   presented by: Tran Lam Anh Duong, University of Tsukuba
 

Endogenous Vertical Differentiation, Variety, and the Unequal Gains from Trade
   presented by: Gunnar Heins, University of Florida
 

Globalization, Productivity Growth, and Income Distribution
   presented by: Oliver Holtemöller, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg and Halle Leibniz-Institute for Economic Research (IWH)
 

Reassessing Trade Barriers with Global Value Chains
   presented by: Yuko Imura, Bank of Canada
 
Session 245: Treatment Effects
August 28, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Michael Knaus, University of St. Gallen
Session type: ES contributed
 

Sensitivity of LATE Estimates to Violations of the Monotonicity Assumption
   presented by: Claudia Noack,
 

Treatment Effect Models with Strategic Interaction in Treatment Decisions
   presented by: Takahide Yanagi, Kyoto University
 

Machine Learning Estimation of Heterogeneous Causal Effects: Empirical Monte Carlo Evidence
   presented by: Michael Knaus, University of St. Gallen
 
Session 246: Banks and the Central Bank
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Daniel Kaufmann, University of Neuchâtel
Session type: EEA contributed
 

THE TRANSMISSION OF UNCONVENTIONAL MONETARY POLICY TO BANK CREDIT SUPPLY: EVIDENCE FROM THE TLTRO
   presented by: António Afonso, ISEG-ULisboa
 

Banks, Money and the Zero Lower Bound
   presented by: Xuan Wang, University of Oxford
 

Shocking Interest Rate Floors
   presented by: Daniel Kaufmann, University of Neuchâtel
 
Session 247: Bounded Rationality and Learning
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Roc Armenter, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Endogenously (Non-)Ricardian Beliefs
   presented by: Emanuel Gasteiger, TU Wien
 

Geometric Rational Inattention
   presented by: Roc Armenter, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 
Session 248: Consumption and Expectations
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Penghui Yin, Goethe University Frankfurt
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Economic sentiments and consumption smoothing: International evidence
   presented by: Lorenzo Ricci, European Stability Mechanism
 

How Do Consumers Adapt to a New Environment in their Economic Forecasting? Evidence from the German Reunification.
   presented by: Olga Goldfayn-Frank, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

The optimal consumption choice under limited attention
   presented by: Penghui Yin, Goethe University Frankfurt
 
Session 249: Economics of Philanthropy: Experiments
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Maja Adena, WZB Social Science Center
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Personalized threshold matching for charitable gifts. A field experiment
   presented by: Maja Adena, WZB Social Science Center
 

Subsidizing Quantity Donations: Matches, Rebates, and Discounts Compared
   presented by: Johannes Diederich, Heidelberg University
 

SOCIAL DISTANCE AND INTER-CHARITY COMPETITION
   presented by: Johannes Lohse, University of Birmingham
 
Session 250: Environmental Policy and Regulation - Energy and Waste
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Karol Kempa, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Changing the incentive to pollute: Heterogeneous effects of waste pricing policies
   presented by: Marica Valente, HU Berlin and DIW Berlin
 

Technological change, energy, environment and economic growth in Japan
   presented by: Galina Besstremyannaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation
 

Clean Energy Investment and Credit Rationing
   presented by: Karol Kempa, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
 
Session 251: Exchange Rates and Finance
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Annika Lindblad, University of Helsinki
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Exchange Rate Determination in Incomplete Markets: The Long and the Short of It
   presented by: Simon Lloyd, Bank of England
 

Currency Anomalies
   presented by: Anthony Garratt, University of Warwick
 

Impact of Economic Variables on the Dynamic Co-movement of Exchange Rate and Equity Returns
   presented by: Annika Lindblad, University of Helsinki
 
Session 252: Fiscal Policy and Firm Dynamics
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: edouard jousselin, Banque de France
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Investment Tax Credits and the Response of Firms
   presented by: Adrian Lerche,
 

Two-Tier Tax Systems and Firms: Evidence from Brazil
   presented by: Arthur Seibold, University of Mannheim
 

Shocking Capital: Firm-level Responses to a Large Business Tax Reform in France
   presented by: edouard jousselin, Banque de France
 
Session 253: Global Inequality
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Luis Valenzuela Rivera, University of Oxford
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Revisiting the global decline of the (non-housing) labor share
   presented by: Sophie Piton, Bank of England
 

Global Earnings Inequality, 1970-2018
   presented by: Olle Hammar, Uppsala University
 

Whom or What Does the Representative Firm Represent? Firm Heterogeneity and the Aggregate Labour Share
   presented by: Luis Valenzuela Rivera, University of Oxford
 
Session 254: Ideology and Cooperation
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Richard Jong-A-Pin,
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Empirical evidence on repeated sequential games
   presented by: Riccardo Ghidoni, University of Milan-Bicocca
 

Government versus Private Ownership of Public Goods: Experimental Evidence
   presented by: David Kusterer, University of Cologne
 

An experimental test of survey measured political ideology
   presented by: Richard Jong-A-Pin,
 
Session 255: Investment Funds and Strategies
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Dilyara Salakhova, Banque de France & Univ of Paris West Nanterre
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Short Selling and Excess Return Correlation
   presented by: Marco Valerio Geraci, University of Cambridge
 

Redemptions and Asset Liquidations in Corporate Bond Funds
   presented by: Mark Weth, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Price effect of mutual fund flows on the corporate bond market: the French case
   presented by: Dilyara Salakhova, Banque de France & Univ of Paris West Nanterre
 
Session 256: Liquidity Regulation
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Guillaume Arnould, Bank of England
Session type: EEA contributed
 

What drives sovereign debt portfolios of banks in a crisis context?
   presented by: Matías Lamas, Banco de España
 

Preferential Treatment of Government Bonds in Liquidity Regulation - Implications for Bank Behaviour and Financial Stability
   presented by: André Sterzel, Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf
 

Can banks use their liquid asset buffers?
   presented by: Guillaume Arnould, Bank of England
 
Session 257: Robots and Trade
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Paulo Bastos, The World Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Robots and reshoring: Evidence from Mexican labor markets
   presented by: Marius Faber, University of Basel
 

Robots, Reshoring, and the Lot of Low-Skilled Workers
   presented by: Astrid Krenz, Durham University
 

Robots, Tasks, and Trade
   presented by: Paulo Bastos, The World Bank
 
Session 258: Technology and Labour Shares
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Yasuyuki Osumi, University of Hyogo
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Explaining the Labor Share: Automation Vs Labor Market Institutions
   presented by: Luis Guimaraes, Queen's University Belfast
 

Labor shares in the EU - sectoral effects and the role of relative prices
   presented by: Istvan Konya, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

Biased Technical Changes and Wage Inequality- Skill-Biased vs. Capital-Biased Technical Progress -
   presented by: Yasuyuki Osumi, University of Hyogo
 
Session 259: The Rise of Populism I
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Davide Cipullo, Uppsala Universitet
Session type: EEA contributed
 

High Frequency Identification of Political Outcome on Asset Prices The case of United Kingdom’s EU Membership Referendum
   presented by: Margaux MacDonald, International Monetary Fund
 

Biased Forecasts to Affect Voting Decisions? The Brexit Case
   presented by: Davide Cipullo, Uppsala Universitet
 
Session 260: Transportation and Urban Economics
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Clara Santamaria, CEMFI and Universidad Carlos III de Madr
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Roads, Migration and the Spatial Sorting of US Workers by Skill
   presented by: Florin Cucu, Sciences Po
 

Rush Hours and Urbanization
   presented by: Jan Wickerath, Ruhr Graduate School in Economics
 

The Role of Establishment Size in the City-Size Premium in Spain
   presented by: Clara Santamaria, CEMFI and Universidad Carlos III de Madr
 
Session 261: Dynamic Choice
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.218
 
Session Chair: Marieke Pahlke, Bielefeld University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Dynamic Choice with Status Quo: Theory and Design of Efficient Experiment
   presented by: Francois Maniquet, CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain
 

Time Consistency, Temporal Resolution Indifference and the Separation of Time and Risk
   presented by: Felix Kubler, University of Zurich
 

Dynamic Consistency in Incomplete Information Games with Multiple Priors
   presented by: Marieke Pahlke, Bielefeld University
 
Session 262: Gender and Age Gaps in the Labour Market
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Iacopo Morchio, University of Vienna
Session type: ES contributed
 

Why are the older workers discriminated?
   presented by: Emmanuel Duguet, Université Paris Est, ERUDITE
 

Intra-firm hierarchies and gender gaps
   presented by: Joanne Tan, University of Michigan
 

The Gender Gap: Micro Sources and Macro Consequences
   presented by: Iacopo Morchio, University of Vienna
 
Session 263: Health Insurance
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Laura Birg, University of Göttingen
Session type: ES contributed
 

Taking Cover: Human Capital Accumulation in the Presence of Shocks and Health Insurance
[slides]
   presented by: Paulino Font Gilabert, University of Essex
 

Long-Term Health Insurance: Theory Meets Evidence
   presented by: Martin Karlsson,
 

Reference Pricing and Parallel Imports: Evidence from Germany
   presented by: Laura Birg, University of Göttingen
 
Session 264: Information Design
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Deepal Basak, Indian School of Business
Session type: ES contributed
 

Information design through scarcity and social learning
   presented by: Alexei Parakhonyak, University of Oxford
 

Persuasion with Strategic Reporting
   presented by: Run Li, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

Timely Persuasion
   presented by: Deepal Basak, Indian School of Business
 
Session 265: Learning
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Julia Salmi, Aalto University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Learning while Trading: Experimentation and Coasean Dynamics
   presented by: Niccolo Lomys, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Social Learning with Endogenous Order of Moves
   presented by: Daniel Hauser, Aalto University and Helsinki GSE
 

Endogenous Learning from Incremental Actions
   presented by: Tuomas Laiho, University of Oslo
 
Session 266: Macroeconomics: Human Capital, Education and Inequality
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Urvi Neelakantan, CAFRAL
Session type: ES contributed
 

Education Affordability and Earnings Inequality
[slides]
   presented by: Oliko Vardishvili, European University Institute
 

A Theory of Human Capital Specialization
   presented by: Daniel Fershtman, University of Bonn and Tel-Aviv University
 

Who Values Access to College?
   presented by: Urvi Neelakantan, CAFRAL
 
Session 267: Market Experiments
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Ro'i Zultan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Session type: ES contributed
 

Manipulation in prediction markets
   presented by: Ro'i Zultan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
 

Cursedness in Markets with Asymmetric Information: Theory and Experimental Evidence
   presented by: Lukas Wenner, University of Cologne
 

Market power and information effects in a multi-unit auction
   presented by: Andreas Hefti, University of Zurich; Zurich University
 
Session 268: Programme Evaluation
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Michael Lechner, University of St. Gallen
Session type: ES contributed
 

Combining Quasi-Experimental Shocks with Endogenous Exposure: A General Framework
   presented by: Kirill Borusyak, University College London
 

Identification of causal mechanisms based on between-subject double randomization designs
   presented by: Conny Wunsch, University of Basel
 

Modified Causal Forests for Estimating Heterogeneous Causal Effects
   presented by: Michael Lechner, University of St. Gallen
 
Session 269: Risk Management
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Matthew Greenwood-Nimmo, University of Melbourne
Session type: ES contributed
 

Backtesting Expected Shortfall via Multi-Quantile Regression
   presented by: Ophélie Couperier, CREST - ENSAE
 

Measuring Systemic Risk with Non-Exchangeable Copulas
   presented by: Sangwon LEE, THEMA, Université de CERGY-PONTOISE
 

What's Mine is Yours: Sovereign Risk Transmission during the European Debt Crisis
   presented by: Matthew Greenwood-Nimmo, University of Melbourne
 
Session 270: Search and Asymmetric Information
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Markus Parlasca, University of Oxford
Session type: ES contributed
 

Transition Dynamics in Equilibrium Search
   presented by: Nuray Akin, Ozyegin University, School of Business
 

Pricing for the Stars - Dynamic Pricing in the Presence of Rating Systems
   presented by: Andre Stenzel, University of Mannheim
 

Tying Contracts in Selection Markets: A Solution to the Unravelling Problem
   presented by: Markus Parlasca, University of Oxford
 
Session 271: Time Series Modelling with Regime Changes and Non-Gaussianities
August 28, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Michael Owyang, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Session type: ES contributed
 

GMM Estimation of Non-Gaussian Structural Vector Autoregression
   presented by: Markku Lanne, University of Helsinki
 

Dynamic clustering of multivariate panel data
   presented by: Julia Schaumburg, VU University Amsterdam
 

Contagious Switching
   presented by: Michael Owyang, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 
Session 272: EEA Presidential Address
August 28, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Eliana La Ferrara, Bocconi University
Session type: EEA invited
 

Tax Progressively in Macroeconomics
   presented by: Kjetil Storesletten, University of Oslo
 
Session 273: Marshall Lecture
August 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Per Krusell, Stockholm University
Session type: EEA invited
 

Improving Equality of Opportunity: New Insights from Big Data
   presented by: Raj Chetty, Harvard University
 
Session 274: Competition and Concentration
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre B
 
Session Chair: German Gutierrez, NYU Stern
Session type: EEA invited
 

Supersize Me: Intangibles and Industry Concentration
   presented by: Chiara Criscuolo, LSE and OECD
 

Competition and Market Concentration in Europe
   presented by: Tommaso Valletti, Imperial College London
 

How EU Markets Became More Competitive Than US Markets: A Study of Institutional Drift
   presented by: German Gutierrez, NYU Stern
 
Session 275: Gender and Development
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Kilburn Building - 1.1
 
Session Chair: Alessandra Voena, University of Chicago
Session type: EEA invited
 

Intergenerational Associations and the Fertility Transition
   presented by: Tom Vogl, University of Texas at Austin
 

Conditional Cash Transfers and Bargaining Power: Measuring Directly the Impact of Transfers on Female Positions in the Marriage
   presented by: Ingvild Almås, Institute for International Economic Studies
 

Maternal Mortality and the Gender Gap in the Demand for Children in Zambia
   presented by: Roberta Ziparo, University of Aix-Marseille
 
Session 276: Surveys of Expectations and Their Use
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre E
 
Session Chair: Yuriy Gorodnichenko, University of California Berkeley
Session type: EEA invited
 

Inflation Expectations and Firm Decisions: New Causal Evidence
   presented by: Yuriy Gorodnichenko, University of California Berkeley
 

Human Frictions to the Transmission of Economic Policy
   presented by: Michael Weber, University of Chicago
 

Salient Price Changes, Inflation Expectations, and Household Behavior
   presented by: Ulrike Malmendier, University of California, Berkeley
 
Session 277: Technological Innovation and Cities
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: David Weinstein, Columbia University
Session type: EEA invited
 

The Making of the Modern Metropolis: Evidence from London
   presented by: Daniel Sturm, London School of Economics
 

Division of Labor and Productivity Advantage of Cities: Theory and Evidence from Brazil
   presented by: Lin Tian, INSEAD
 

The Impact of E-Commerce on Urban Prices and Welfare
   presented by: David Weinstein, Columbia University
 
Session 278: Advances in Empirical Analysis of Organizations
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
University Place - Lecture Theatre A
 
Session Chair: Rachel Griffith, IFS
Session type: ES invited
 

Incentives and the Allocation of Authority in Organizations: A Field Experiment with Bureaucrats
   presented by: Oriana Bandiera, London School of Economics
 

The Innovation Premium to Soft Skills in Low-Skilled Occupations
   presented by: Rachel Griffith, IFS
 
Session 279: Decision Making within Organisations / Political Economy
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre A
 
Session Chair: Vasiliki Skreta, UT Austin and University College London
Session type: ES invited
 

Delegation in Veto Bargaining
   presented by: Navin Kartik, Columbia University
 

Voting in Parliaments : Conscience or Strategy?
   presented by: Benny Moldovanu, University of Bonn
 
Session 280: New Methods for Sensitivity Analysis
August 29, 2019 10:45 to 12:45
Simon Building - Theatre C
 
Session Chair: Michal Kolesar, Princeton University
Session type: ES invited
 

Minimizing Sensitivity to Model Misspecification
   presented by: Stephane Bonhomme, University of Chicago
 

Sensitivity Analysis using Approximate Moment Condition Models
   presented by: Michal Kolesar, Princeton University
 
Session 281: Consumer Search
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 a
 
Session Chair: Ioana Chioveanu, Brunel University London
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Intrafirm comparison shopping
   presented by: Saara Hämäläinen, University of Helsinki
 

Social Information and Consumer Heterogeneity
   presented by: Lois Simanjuntak, The University of Manchester
 

Market Transparency and Consumer Search - Evidence from the German Retail Gasoline Market
   presented by: Simon Martin, University of Vienna
 

Endogenous Prominence and Maximal Obfuscation
   presented by: Ioana Chioveanu, Brunel University London
 
Session 282: Education Policies
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.328
 
Session Chair: Grace Li, International Monetary Fund
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Allocation of Public Expenditures Across Educational Stages: A Quantitative Analysis for a Developing Country
   presented by: Luiz Brotherhood, Fundacao Getulio Vargas
 

The Education Trap: Could a grades-focussed educational system be perpetuating poverty in advanced economies?
   presented by: Iain Embrey, Lancaster University
 

Investing in Public Infrastructure: Roads or Schools?
   presented by: Grace Li, International Monetary Fund
 
Session 283: Exchange Rates and the Real Economy
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Marta Giagheddu, Johns Hopkins SAIS
Session type: EEA contributed
 

What Drives the Terms of Trade Neutrality to Exchange Rates?
   presented by: Justas Dainauskas, University of York
 

Optimal exchange rate regime and rm dynamics
   presented by: Masashige Hamano, Waseda University
 

Cheaper Currencies and Long-Term Growth: The Effect of Exchange Rate Management and Capital Controls
   presented by: Phornchanok Cumperayot, Chulalongkorn University
 

Demographics and the real exchange rate
   presented by: Marta Giagheddu, Johns Hopkins SAIS
 
Session 284: Financial Frictions and Firms
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.325
 
Session Chair: Patrick Macnamara, University of Manchester
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Uncovering the mechanism(s): Financial constraints and wages
   presented by: Hamzeh Ara, RWTH Aachen University
 

Financial Covenants, Firm Financing and Investment
   presented by: Konrad Adler, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Financial Development Beyond the Formal Financial Market
   presented by: Lin Shao, Bank of Canada
 

Misallocation and Credit Market Constraints: the Role of Long-Term Financing
   presented by: Patrick Macnamara, University of Manchester
 
Session 285: Forward Guidance
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Sweder van Wijnbergen, University of Amsterdam
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Publication of Interest Rate Paths: Guidance?
   presented by: Gisle Natvik, BI Norwegian Business School
 

Strategic Communication with Heterogenous Beliefs
   presented by: Sylverie Herbert, Cornell
 

Can more public information raise uncertainty? The international evidence on Forward Guidance
   presented by: Georg Strasser, European Central Bank
 

What Option Prices tell us about the ECB's Unconventional Monetary Policies
   presented by: Sweder van Wijnbergen, University of Amsterdam
 
Session 286: Gender and Marriage in Development
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Isopi Alessia, University of Manchester
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Women's Position in Ancestral Societies and Female HIV: The Long-Term Effect of Matrilineality in Sub-Saharan Africa
   presented by: Jordan Loper, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
 

Marriage in the time of Aids epidemic: an empirical analysis of Brazil
   presented by: Paula Pereda, University of Sao Paulo
 

The allocation of resources within polygamous households: evidence from Nigeria
   presented by: Isopi Alessia, University of Manchester
 
Session 287: Global Value Chains
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Giorgia Giovannetti, University of Florence
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Global Value Chains and the Business Cycle
[slides]
   presented by: alessandro ferrari, European University Institute
 

Endogenous Production Networks and Gains from Trade
   presented by: Yimei Zou, Institute for International Economics Studies, Stockholm University
 

The Trade and Import Demand Nexus– What Role for Global Value Chains?
   presented by: Frauke Skudelny, ECB
 

Global Value Chain Trade along the Belt and Road and Projects Allocation
   presented by: Giorgia Giovannetti, University of Florence
 
Session 288: Home Ownership and Risks
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Philippe Bracke, Financial Conduct Authority
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Interest-Only Mortgages and Consumption Growth: Evidence from a Mortgage Market Reform
   presented by: Claes Backman, Lund University
 

The Impacts of Mortgage Regulations on Households' Life-cycle Housing Decisions
[slides]
   presented by: Anson Ho, Bank of Canada
 

Home ownership as self-insurance for long-term care - A dynamic simulation analysis
   presented by: Maurice Hofmann, University of Wuerzburg
 

Housing Affordability, House Price Expectations and Shared Equity Mortgages
   presented by: Philippe Bracke, Financial Conduct Authority
 
Session 289: Inequality and Redistribution
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Zohal Hessami, University of Konstanz
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Higher Taxation for Fairer Redistribution? A Political Economy Model with Occupational Choice
   presented by: Ning Xue, The University of York
 

Inequality, Polygyny and Conflict - Exploring the Mechanisms
   presented by: Laura Renner, University of Freiburg
 

Inequality and Growth in the 21st Century
   presented by: Weijie Luo, Central University of Finance and Economics
 

Does the entry of a woman into political office affect policy choices?
   presented by: Zohal Hessami, University of Konstanz
 
Session 290: IO Theory
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.329
 
Session Chair: Jacopo Bizzotto, OsloMet
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Reverse Contests
   presented by: aner sela, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
 

Authority and Information Acquisition in Cheap Talk with Informational Interdependence
   presented by: Daniel Habermacher, The University of Warwick
 

The Impact of Product Qualities on Downstream Bundling in a Distribution Channel
   presented by: Joachim Heinzel, Paderborn University
 

Certification Delegation
   presented by: Jacopo Bizzotto, OsloMet
 
Session 291: Labour Markets: Frictions and Technology
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Alexandra Fedorets, DIW Berlin
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Mismatch and the consequences of job loss
   presented by: Sigurd Mølster Galaasen, Norges Bank
 

Labor Supply and Automation Innovation
   presented by: Carsten Feuerbaum, KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
 

A Joint Theory of Polarization and Deunionization
   presented by: Anna Hartmann, University of Cologne
 

Large Wage Shocks, Technological Substitution and Employment Perspectives
   presented by: Alexandra Fedorets, DIW Berlin
 
Session 292: Maternal Labour Supply
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Hamish Low, University of Oxford
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Million Dollar Baby: Should Parental Benefits Depend on Wages When Payroll Tax Evasion is Present?
   presented by: Anna Zasova, Baltic International Centre for Economic Policy Studies
 

Health Insurance for Children and Mother’s Labor Supply: Evidence from Mexico
   presented by: Pablo Celhay, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
 

Multiple Births, Birth Quality and Maternal Labour Supply: Analysis of IVF Reform in Sweden
   presented by: Hanna Mühlrad, Karolinska Institute
 

Individual and Marriage-Specific Investments: women's labour supply, fertility and bargaining within marriage
   presented by: Hamish Low, University of Oxford
 
Session 293: Monetary Policy and the Banking Sector
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Elizaveta Sizova, KU Leuven
Session type: EEA contributed
 

How Banks Respond to NPLs: Evidence from the Euro Area
   presented by: Immacolata Marino, University of Naples Federico II
 

Win-win or joy and sorrow? Spillover of asset purchases to the real sector
   presented by: Talina Sondershaus, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 

Forward Guidance and the Risk-Taking Channel
   presented by: Nikos Paltalidis, Durham University
 

Banks' Internal Models: Evidence from Inside the Black Box
   presented by: Elizaveta Sizova, KU Leuven
 
Session 294: Money in Politics: Campaign Contributions and Lobbying
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Bruno Carvalho, NovaSBE - UNL
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The value of confidential policy information: persuasion, transparency, and influence
   presented by: Clement Minaudier, LSE
 

It Takes Money to Make MPs: New Evidence from 150 Years of British Campaign Spending
   presented by: Edgard Dewitte,
 

The Efficiency Implications of Political Donations
   presented by: Vítězslav Titl, KU Leuven
 

Campaign Spending in Local Elections: The more the merrier?
   presented by: Bruno Carvalho, NovaSBE - UNL
 
Session 295: Retirement and Pensions II
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.4
 
Session Chair: Andreas Winkler, University of Kiel
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Survival pessimism and the demand for annuities
   presented by: David Sturrock, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

The Aging-Inflation Puzzle: on the Interplay between Aging, Inflation and Pension Systems
   presented by: Duarte Nuno Semedo Leite, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy
 

How costly are pension reform reversals? - An analysis based on the Ageing Report
   presented by: Carolin nerlich,
 

Effective Marginal Tax Rates of Pension Systems
   presented by: Andreas Winkler, University of Kiel
 
Session 296: Schools and Neighbourhoods
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: Francesco Andreoli, University of Verona and Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Sorting into Neighborhoods and Schools: The Role of Minimum Lot Sizes
   presented by: Amrita Kulka, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

School Choice and Neighbourhood Sorting
   presented by: Ellen Greaves, University of Bristol
 

Access to Better Public Schools: Effects on Private Expenditure on Children
   presented by: Pei Gao, NYU-Shanghai
 

Does comprehensive compulsory schooling equalize opportunities?
   presented by: Francesco Andreoli, University of Verona and Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)
 
Session 297: Social Preferences
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Thomas Neuber, University of Bonn
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Giving When Responsible For Others' Risk
   presented by: Xiaogeng Xu, Norwegian School of Economics
 

Comparison with others, goal setting, and consistent behaviour: Theory and experiments
   presented by: Pia Weiss, Nottingham University Business School
 

The determinants of discounting in intergenerational decision-making
   presented by: Eric Sachsenhausen, RWTH Aachen University
 

Motivated by Others’ Preferences? An Experiment on Imperfect Empathy
   presented by: Thomas Neuber, University of Bonn
 
Session 298: Sovereign Debt and Default
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Jean-Paul RENNE, University of Lausanne
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Sovereign Debt Overhang, Expenditure Composition, and Debt Restructurings
[slides]
   presented by: Hyungseok Joo, University of Surrey
 

A Quantitative Theory of Hard and Soft Sovereign Defaults
   presented by: Grey Gordon, FRB Richmond
 

Persistent Unemployment, Sovereign Debt Crises, and the Impact of Haircuts
   presented by: Timm Marc Prein, University of Konstanz
 

Fiscal Limits and Sovereign Credit Spreads
   presented by: Jean-Paul RENNE, University of Lausanne
 
Session 299: Systemic Risk, Banks and NonBanks
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Deyan Radev, University of Bonn
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Systemic risk spillovers and interconnectedness between systemically important banks
   presented by: Alin Marius Andries, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi
 

Systemic Risk and Centrality Revisited: The Role of Interactions
   presented by: Hossein Asgharian, Lund University
 

Benefits and Risks of Shadow Money: Evidence from the Chinese WMP Market
   presented by: Eva Luetkebohmert, University of Freiburg
 

Bank Resolution Regimes and Systemic Risk
   presented by: Deyan Radev, University of Bonn
 
Session 300: Tax Evasion II
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.3
 
Session Chair: Zhiyang Jia,
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Small Firms and Corporate Taxes: Effects on (Real) Economic Outcomes
   presented by: Aliisa Koivisto, University of Helsinki
 

Structured Management and Tax Planning Practices in the Firm
   presented by: Katarzyna Bilicka, Utah State University
 

Tax Haven Investors and Corporate Profitability - Evidence of Profit Shifting by German-Based Affiliates of Multinational Firms
   presented by: Sarah Godar, Charles University Prague, Berlin School of Economics and Law
 

Behavioral Responses to Tax Audits: Between Deterrence and Approval
   presented by: Zhiyang Jia,
 
Session 301: Taxation and the Firm
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Kilburn Building - 1.5
 
Session Chair: Jarkko Harju, VATT Institute for Economic Research
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Optimal Benefit-Based Corporate Income Tax
   presented by: Simon Naitram, University of Glasgow
 

Effects of subsidizing the first employee – Empirical evidence from Finland
   presented by: Annika Nivala, University of Turku
 

Redistributive Taxation and Directed Technical Change
   presented by: Jonas Loebbing, University of Cologne
 

Using Payroll Tax Variation to Unpack the Black Box of Firm-Level Production
   presented by: Jarkko Harju, VATT Institute for Economic Research
 
Session 302: Trade Shocks
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Clément Mazet-Sonilhac, Sciences Po Paris, Banque de France
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Gains from Reshaping Infrastructure: Evidence from the Division of Germany
   presented by: Marta Santamaria, Universitat Pompeu Fabra / BGSE
 

The Common Currency Effect on Trade: Causal Evidence from a Natural Experiment
[slides]
   presented by: Roger Vicquéry, London School of Economics
 

Trade disruption, industrialisation, and the setting sun of British colonial rule in India
   presented by: Bjoern Brey, University of Nottingham
 

Technology-induced Trade Shocks? Evidence from Broadband Expansion in France
   presented by: Clément Mazet-Sonilhac, Sciences Po Paris, Banque de France
 
Session 303: Twenty Years of the Euro
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Simon Building - Theatre D
 
Session Chair: Frank Smets, European Central Bank
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Private and public risk sharing in the euro area
   presented by: Jacopo Cimadomo, European Central Bank
 

The first twenty years of the European Central Bank: monetary policy
   presented by: Frank Smets, European Central Bank
 

Central Banks in Parliaments - A text analysis approach to accountability practices and an application to the ECB, the Fed and the BoE
   presented by: Alessandro Giovannini, European Central Bank
 

Hanging from a cross of euros? Macroeconomic adjustment in and out of the Eurozone
   presented by: Livio Stracca,
 
Session 304: Wages and Firms
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Martin Kerndler, TU Wien
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Wage Dispersion Between Firms
   presented by: Horng Chern Wong, University of Warwick
 

Do Public Subsidies to Union Membership Increase Union Membership Rates?
   presented by: Harald Dale-Olsen, Institute for Social Research
 

Firm Size, Workforce Composition, and Wage Inequality
   presented by: Daniel Bias, Technical University of Munich
 

Size and persistence matters: Wage and employment insurance at the micro level
   presented by: Martin Kerndler, TU Wien
 
Session 305: Aggregate Volatility and Spillovers in Open Economies
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Adam Gulan, Bank of Finland
Session type: ES contributed
 

Uncertainty and Aggregate macroeconomic fluctuations in Small Open Economies
   presented by: Diego Vilan, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Dissecting Trade and Business Cycle Co-movement
   presented by: Paul Ko, Pennsylvania State University
 

The decomposition of the impact of international monetary spillovers to emerging market economies
   presented by: Francisco Santos, IPEA
 

Interest Rates, Revealed Preferences, and the Open Economy
   presented by: Adam Gulan, Bank of Finland
 
Session 306: Behaviour in Games
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Wladislaw Mill, University of Mannheim
Session type: ES contributed
 

Communication with Partially Verifiable Information: An Experiment
   presented by: Maria Montero, University of Nottingham
 

Spite in Litigation
   presented by: Wladislaw Mill, University of Mannheim
 
Session 307: Contract Theory II
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Alexander Frug, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal CEO Turnover
   presented by: Youzhi Yang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

Ambiguity and Beliefs in the Principal Agent Model
   presented by: Jaime Zender, University of Colorado Boulder
 

Should I Stalk or Should I Go? An Insurance Auditing Exploration/Exploitation Dilemma
   presented by: Reda Aboutajdine, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Monotone Contracts
   presented by: Alexander Frug, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 
Session 308: Economic Conditions, Education Choices and Outcomes
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Matias Cortes, York University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Self-financing, Parental Transfer, and College Education
   presented by: Sunha Myong, Singapore Management University
 

Liquidity constraints, opportunity cost and post-secondary education. Evidence from Colombia
   presented by: Jaime Millán-Quijano, UC3M
 

The Evolution of the U.S. Family Income-Schooling Relationship and Educational Selectivity
   presented by: Jorgen Hansen, concordia university
 

Caught in the Cycle: Economic Conditions at Enrollment and Labor Market Outcomes of College Graduates
   presented by: Matias Cortes, York University
 
Session 309: Industrial Organisation: Theory
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Sergei Izmalkov, New Economic School Moscow
Session type: ES contributed
 

Proportional versus Fixed Fees: Incentive and Welfare
   presented by: Zhiyong Yao, Fudan University, School of Management
 

Does a narrower product range mean lower welfare? Horizontal merger analysis with endogenous product range choice
   presented by: Lijun Pan, Nanjing University
 

Multi-product Supply Function Equilibria
[slides]
   presented by: Bert Willems, Tilburg University
 

Davids and Goliath: Spatial competition of niche and general products
   presented by: Sergei Izmalkov, New Economic School Moscow
 
Session 310: Macro-Finance II: Predictability and Discount Rates
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Lea Eilers, RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
Session type: ES contributed
 

Examining the Sources of Excess Return Predictability: Stochastic Volatility or Market Inefficiency?
[slides]
   presented by: Kevin Lansing, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

Prices and Returns: What Is the Role of Inflation?
   presented by: Yulong Sun, Bocconi University
 

Technology adoption and long discount rates
   presented by: Rodolfo Prieto, INSEAD
 

Is My Rental Price Overestimated? A Small Area Index for Germany
   presented by: Lea Eilers, RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
 
Session 311: Methods for Evaluation of Financial Forecasts
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Alan Wan, City University of Hong Kong
Session type: ES contributed
 

Nonparametric Tests for Superior Predictive Ability
   presented by: Valerio Poti, University College Dublin
 

Detecting Density Forecast Breakdowns
   presented by: Yiru Wang, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF)
 

Encompassing Tests for Higher-Order Elicitable Functionals
   presented by: Timo Dimitriadis, University of Konstanz
 

Model Averaging in a Multiplicative Heteroscedastic Model
   presented by: Alan Wan, City University of Hong Kong
 
Session 312: Minimum Distance Estimation
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: Selver Derya Uysal, LMU Munich
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal GMM-based Model Averaging for Finite Samples
   presented by: Luis Filipe Martins, Instituto Universitario de Lisboa, ISCTE - IUL
 

A Doubly Corrected Robust Variance Estimator for Linear GMM
   presented by: Byunghoon Kang, Lancaster University
 

Inference in linear models with structural changes and mixed identification strength
   presented by: Otilia Boldea, Tilburg University
 

Heterogeneity in Network Peer Effects
   presented by: Selver Derya Uysal, LMU Munich
 
Session 313: Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 2.218
 
Session Chair: Tobias König, DIW Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin
Session type: ES contributed
 

Heterogeneity in inflation expectations and personal experience
   presented by: Cristina Angelico, Bank of Italy, Bocconi University
 

Central Bank Predictions, Heterogeneous Expectations and Inflation Dynamics
   presented by: Enrique Martinez-Garcia, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

The Financial Accelerator, Wages and Optimal Simple Monetary Policy Rules
   presented by: Tobias König, DIW Berlin, Humboldt University Berlin
 
Session 314: Optimal Monetary and Capital Account Policy
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Mark Spiegel, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Session type: ES contributed
 

Optimal Policy under Dollar Pricing
   presented by: Konstantin Egorov, New Economic School
 

Exchange rate volatility and welfare in an incomplete markets' economy
   presented by: Sara Eugeni, Durham University
 

Searching for Currency Regime Effects on Real Exchange Rate Adjustments: 1972 Okinawa Reversion
   presented by: Takashi Kano, Hitotsubashi University
 

OPTIMAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT LIBERALIZATION IN CHINA
   presented by: Mark Spiegel, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 
Session 315: Voting and Elections
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Costel Andonie, University of Chicago
Session type: ES contributed
 

Stable Constitutions
   presented by: Daeyoung Jeong, Pohang University of Science and Technology
 

Dynamic Campaign Spending
   presented by: Edoardo Grillo, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

Sequential Vote Buying
   presented by: Jan Zapal, CERGE-EI, IAE-CSIC, and Barcelona GSE
 

Attentiveness in elections with impressionable voters
   presented by: Costel Andonie, University of Chicago
 
Session 316: Welfare Economics
August 29, 2019 14:15 to 16:00
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Canh Dang, University of Warwick
Session type: ES contributed
 

A model of social welfare improving transfers
   presented by: Brice Magdalou, University of Montpellier
 

Are Sufficient Statistics Necessary? Nonparametric Measurement of Deadweight Loss from Unemployment Insurance
   presented by: Zhuan Pei, Cornell University
 

Luck-Decomposable Mobility Index
   presented by: Jun Matsui, Waseda University
 

Does transparency come at the cost of charitable services? Evidence from investigating British charities
   presented by: Canh Dang, University of Warwick
 
Session 317: Energy Consumption and Regulation
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - G306 b
 
Session Chair: Ralf Martin, Imperial college
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Heterogeneous welfare and emission effects of energy tax policies in Brazil
   presented by: Maria Alice Moz Christofoletti, University of Sao Paulo
 

Making Smart Meters Smart the Smart Way
   presented by: Quentin Coutelier, Imperial College London
 

Sharing is cheating? Solar microgrids and consumer behavior in Rwanda
   presented by: Ralf Martin, Imperial college
 
Session 318: Expectations, Uncertainty and Cycles
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.204
 
Session Chair: Joao Madeira, University of York
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Household Expectations and the Credit Cycle
   presented by: Cristina Angelico, Bank of Italy, Bocconi University
 

Regime-dependent Effects of Uncertainty Shocks: A Structural Interpretation
   presented by: Fabien Tripier, Université Paris-Saclay & CEPII
 

Wage inflation and unemployment under heterogeneous expectations with evolutionary learning
   presented by: Joao Madeira, University of York
 
Session 319: Institution Specialization and Change
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 1.219
 
Session Chair: Kevin Sheedy, London School of Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Economic Incentives, Institutional and Cultural Change: the Evolution of Slavery in the Antebellum South
   presented by: Michele Rosenberg, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

Economic Uncertainty and Structural Reforms
   presented by: Alessandra Bonfiglioli, Queen Mary University of London
 

Institutional Specialization
   presented by: Kevin Sheedy, London School of Economics
 
Session 320: Labour Flows Over The Business Cycle
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.211
 
Session Chair: Stefan Schiman, WIFO
Session type: EEA contributed
 

On the (In)flexibility of Labor Market Adjustments
   presented by: Chi Man Yip, University of Calgary
 

The Ins and Outs of Unemployment in General Equilibrium
   presented by: Nikolaos Kokonas, University of Bath
 

Labor Supply Shocks and the Beveridge Curve - Empirical Evidence from EU Enlargement
   presented by: Stefan Schiman, WIFO
 
Session 321: Labour Market Risk
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.219
 
Session Chair: Piotr Denderski, University of Leicester
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Is Household Heterogeneity Important for Business Cycles?
   presented by: Youngsoo Jang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

Welfare Consequences of Rising Wage Risk in the United States: Self-Selection into Risky Jobs and Family Labor Supply Adjustments
   presented by: Seonyoung Park, University of Delaware
 

Job Search and Experimentation in the Standard Incomplete Markets Model
   presented by: Piotr Denderski, University of Leicester
 
Session 322: Labour Markets in the Global Economy
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.205
 
Session Chair: Brigitte Hochmuth, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU)
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Effects of a European Unemployment Insurance
   presented by: David Vespermann, University of Heidelberg
 

Labor Market Effects of Technology Shocks Biased toward the Traded Sector
   presented by: Olivier Cardi, Lancaster University Management School
 

Labor Market Reforms, Precautionary Savings, and Global Imbalances
   presented by: Brigitte Hochmuth, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU)
 
Session 323: Macroprudential Regulation and Politics
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.213
 
Session Chair: Thomas Mosk, Goethe University Frankfurt and SAFE
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Making of Financial Regulation - Voting on the U.S. Congress
   presented by: Joao Rafael Cunha,
 

Liquidity and Monetary Transmission: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
   presented by: Boromeus Wanengkirtyo, Bank of England
 

Financial regulation: What the finance industry wants and how it gets it
   presented by: Thomas Mosk, Goethe University Frankfurt and SAFE
 
Session 324: Monetary Policy with Financial Frictions
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.217
 
Session Chair: Phurichai Rungcharoenkitkul, BIS
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Employment and the Collateral Channel of Monetary Policy
   presented by: Angus Foulis, Bank of England
 

Collateral Constrained Firms and Monetary Policy
   presented by: Cristina Manea, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 

Monetary policy hysteresis and the financial cycle
   presented by: Phurichai Rungcharoenkitkul, BIS
 
Session 325: Preferences
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.213
 
Session Chair: Ingela Alger, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

A Dynamically Consistent Model of Reference-Dependent Preferences
   presented by: Peter Wikman, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Preference intensity representation and revelation
   presented by: Georgios Gerasimou, University of St Andrews
 

Evolution of preferences in group-structured populations: genes, guns, and culture
   presented by: Ingela Alger, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session 326: Public Sector Accounting
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.211
 
Session Chair: Sebastian Kunert, University of Duisburg-Essen
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Does Accrual Accounting Alter Fiscal Policy Decisions? - Evidence from Germany
   presented by: Désirée Christofzik, German Council of Economic Experts
 

Paying over the odds at the end of the fiscal year
   presented by: Margaryta Klymak, University of Oxford
 

International Trade Integration of the East and Local Government Budgets in Germany
   presented by: Sebastian Kunert, University of Duisburg-Essen
 
Session 327: Shocks and Expectations
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.327
 
Session Chair: Markus Kontny, GSEFM Frankfurt & University Hohenheim
Session type: EEA contributed
 

News-driven housing booms: Spain vs.Germany
   presented by: Laurentiu Guinea, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
 

Shaking Preferences: Earthquakes and Impatience
   presented by: Krisztina Molnar, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
 

Phillips Curves in Noisy Information Forecasts
   presented by: Markus Kontny, GSEFM Frankfurt & University Hohenheim
 
Session 328: Structural Transformation
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.209
 
Session Chair: Fidel Perez Sebastian, University of Alicante
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Aggregate Importance of Intermediate Input Substitutability
   presented by: Cian Ruane, International Monetary Fund, Research Department
 

Income, Education and Democracy
   presented by: Anna Seim,
 

Electricity Access and Structural Transformation: Evidence from Brazil’s Electrification
   presented by: Fidel Perez Sebastian, University of Alicante
 
Session 329: The Economic and Social Consequences of ICT
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 2.220
 
Session Chair: Filippo Boeri, London School of Economics
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Gender-specific benefits from ride-hailing apps: Evidence from Uber’s entry in Chile
   presented by: Angela Munoz, Telecom ParisTech, Deloitte
 

Human mobility and Internet usage: Evidence from Nigerian micro-level data
   presented by: Maurizio Strazzeri, University of Konstanz
 

High-speed Broadband and Educational Achievements
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   presented by: Filippo Boeri, London School of Economics
 
Session 330: The Rise of Populism II
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.03
 
Session Chair: Manuel Funke, Kiel Institute
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Impact of Election Information Shocks on Populist Party Preferences: Evidence from Germany
   presented by: Lena Gerling, University of Münster
 

Making America Hate Again? Twitter and Hate Crime under Trump
   presented by: Carlo Schwarz, University of Warwick
 

Populism: A Macroeconomic History
   presented by: Manuel Funke, Kiel Institute
 
Session 331: Trade and the Labour Market
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.209
 
Session Chair: Rui Costa, CEP LSE
Session type: EEA contributed
 

The Impact of Foreign Acquisitions on Wages and Compensation
   presented by: Tuomas Kosonen, Labour Institute for Economic Research
 

The Distributional Consequences of post-Brexit Trade Barriers in the UK
   presented by: Agnes Norris Keiller, Institute for Fiscal Studies/University College London
 

Trade and Worker Deskilling
   presented by: Rui Costa, CEP LSE
 
Session 332: Wealth Inequality
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Williamson Building - Room G.47
 
Session Chair: Si Cheng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Session type: EEA contributed
 

Housing Bubbles and Wealth Inequality. Evidence from Spain.
   presented by: Clara Martinez-Toledano, Paris School of Economics
 

Rent seeking worsens economic outcomes and increases wealth inequality
   presented by: Spyridon Lazarakis, University of Glasgow
 

Financial Globalization vs. Income Inequality: The Surprising Role of Foreign Portfolio Flows in Taming the Top 1%
   presented by: Si Cheng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
Session 333: Crime and Public Policies
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.324
 
Session Chair: Nicolas Grau, Universidad de Chile
Session type: ES contributed
 

Cash and Crime
   presented by: Ignacio Munyo, University of Montevideo
 

Afraid to go to School? Estimating the Effect of Homicides on Human Capital Investments
   presented by: Livia Menezes, University of Leicester
 

Juvenile Incarceration and Adult Recidivism
   presented by: Nicolas Grau, Universidad de Chile
 
Session 334: Empirical Analyses of Fiscal Policy
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.204
 
Session Chair: Elliott Ash, ETH Zurich
Session type: ES contributed
 

The Impact of Taxation on Auto Market: Evidence from China
   presented by: Xuan Wang, University of Michigan
 

Income redistribution effect of sequential personal income tax reforms: A microsimulation analysis in Japan
   presented by: Takero Doi, Keio University and Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research
 

Political frictions in local public finance: The case of property taxes in U.S. localities
   presented by: Elliott Ash, ETH Zurich
 
Session 335: Forecasting in Economics and Finance
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.210
 
Session Chair: Ekaterina (Katja) Smetanina, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Session type: ES contributed
 

Does Modeling a Structural Break Improve Forecast Accuracy?
   presented by: Andreas Pick, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

Data Revisions and Real-time Probabilistic Forecasting of Macroeconomic Variables
   presented by: Ana Beatriz Galvao, University of Warwick
 

Consistent Inference for Predictive Regressions in Persistent Economic Systems
   presented by: Torben Andersen, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
 
Session 336: Growth and Structural Change
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.205
 
Session Chair: Zsofia Barany, Sciences Po, Paris
Session type: ES contributed
 

Endogenous Input-Output Linkages and Structural Changes
   presented by: Yimei Zou, Institute for International Economics Studies, Stockholm University
 

Structural Transformation and Productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa
   presented by: Margarida Duarte, University of Toronto
 

Engines of Sectoral Labor Productivity Growth
   presented by: Zsofia Barany, Sciences Po, Paris
 
Session 337: Individual Preferences and Choice
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.210
 
Session Chair: Ludmila Matyskova, University of Bonn
Session type: ES contributed
 

Are Economists' Preferences Psychologists' Personality Traits
   presented by: Tomas Jagelka, Ecole Polytechnique-CREST
 

Habits as Adaptations: An Experimental Study
   presented by: Ludmila Matyskova, University of Bonn
 
Session 338: Information Acquisition and Discovery
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.214
 
Session Chair: Chad Fulton, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: ES contributed
 

Competitive information discovery
   presented by: Michael Mandler, University of London Royal Holloway Coll
 

Multivariate Rational Inattention
   presented by: Jieran Wu, Zhejiang University
 

The extensive margin of inattention
   presented by: Chad Fulton, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 339: Information Technology and Market Performance
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.212
 
Session Chair: Anastasios Dosis, ESSEC Business School
Session type: ES contributed
 

Is your Broadband really broad? Internet Speed, Labour Demand and Productivity Outcomes: Evidence from Italian Firms
   presented by: Fabrizio Colonna, Bank of Italy
 

Fixed Price Equilibria on Peer-to-Peer Platforms: Lessons from Time-Based Currencies
   presented by: Philemon Kraehenmann, University of St. Gallen
 

The Ownership of Data
   presented by: Anastasios Dosis, ESSEC Business School
 
Session 340: Labour Market Search and Matching
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
Jean McFarlane - 2.326
 
Session Chair: François Fontaine, Paris School of Economics
Session type: ES contributed
 

Informal Contacts in Hiring: The Economics Job Market
   presented by: Michael Rose, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition
 

Search Across Local Labour Markets
   presented by: Panagiotis Nanos, University of Sheffield
 

Wealth, Portfolios, and Unemployment Duration
   presented by: François Fontaine, Paris School of Economics
 
Session 341: Market Microstructure
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 3.214
 
Session Chair: Nina Boyarchenko, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Session type: ES contributed
 

Liquidity And Private Information In Asset Markets: To Signal Or Not To Signal
   presented by: Zijian Wang, University of Western Ontario
 

The effects of trade size and market depth on immediate price impact
   presented by: Heather Anderson, Monash University
 

Flighty Liquidity
   presented by: Nina Boyarchenko, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session 342: Social Choice
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.212
 
Session Chair: Takashi Ui, Hitotsubashi University
Session type: ES contributed
 

Restricted environments and incentive compatibility in interdependent values models
   presented by: Dolors Berga, Universitat de Girona
 

Random Mechanism Design on Multidimensional Domains
   presented by: Huaxia Zeng, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

Belief-Free Preference Aggregation
   presented by: Takashi Ui, Hitotsubashi University
 
Session 343: Specification Tests in Panel Data
August 29, 2019 16:30 to 17:45
University Place - 4.206
 
Session Chair: Koen Jochmans, University of Cambridge
Session type: ES contributed
 

Specification Tests for Time-Varying Coefficient Panel Models
   presented by: Alev Atak, City, University of London
 

A Consistent LM Type Specification Test for Semiparametric Panel Data Models
   presented by: Ivan Korolev, Binghamton University
 

Testing for correlation in error-component models
   presented by: Koen Jochmans, University of Cambridge
 
Session 344: Fisher‐Schultz Lecture
August 29, 2019 18:00 to 19:15
University Place - Lecture Theatre B
 
Session Chair: Raffaella Giacomini, University College London
Session type: ES invited
 

Causal and Structural Inference Powered by ML and AI
   presented by: Victor Chernozhukov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

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Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Abeler, JohannesP104
2Aboutajdine, RedaP307
3Accetturo, AntonioP229
4Adão, BernardinoP54
5Adena, MajaP249, C249
6Adler, KonradP284
7Afonso, AntónioP246
8Ahlvik, LassiP211
9Aidt, TokeP167
10Aitken, AndrewP14, C14
11Akin, NurayP270
12Albanese, AndreaP24
13Alcalá, FranciscoP220
14Alder, SimeonP148, C148
15Alessia, IsopiP286, C286
16Alger, IngelaP325, C325
17Allouch, NizarP133
18Almås, IngvildP275
19Almén, DanielP212
20Almuzara, TinchoP239, C239
21Alpysbayeva, DinaraP179
22Alvarez, BastienP84, C84
23Alvarez, CatarinaP153
24Alves, RomuloP40, C40
25Amengual, DanteP56
26An, JiafuP149
27Anaya, PabloP181
28Andersen, TorbenP335
29Andersen, Jørgen JuelP227
30Anderson, HeatherP341
31Andonie, CostelP315, C315
32Andrade, PhilippeP225
33Andreoli, FrancescoP296, C296
34Andries, Alin MariusP299
35Angelico, CristinaP313, P318
36Angelova, VeraP10
37Anpeng, LiP34
38Ara, HamzehP284
39Arkhangelsky, DmitryP136
40Armenter, RocP247, C247
41Arnould, GuillaumeP256, C256
42Arslan, HayriP32
43Asgharian, HosseinP299
44Ash, ElliottP154, C154, P334, C334
45Ash, ElliottP235, C235
46Atak, AlevP343
47Atayev, AtabekP150
48Ates, SinaP161
49Atesagaoglu, Orhan EremP114, C114
50Attanasio, OrazioP51, C51
51Auerbach, JanP142
52Azmat, GhazalaP99
53Babii, AndriiP36
54Bach, PhilippP217
55Backman, ClaesP288
56Bajgar, MatejP112
57Baldursson, FridrikP70, C70
58Balietti, AncaP180
59Balles, PatrickP154
60Baltrunaite, AudingaP11
61Bandiera, OrianaP278
62Bannenberg, NormanP44, C44
63Bar-Isaac, HeskiP197, C197
64Barany, ZsofiaP336, C336
65Barbosa, KlenioD228
66Barcelo, CristinaP175
67Barth, AndreasP106, C106
68Bartram, SohnkeP2, C2
69Basak, DeepalP264, C264
70Bastos, PauloP257, C257
71Batut, CyprienP179
72Bělín, MatějP23
73Beccuti Vazquez, Juan IgnacioP243, C243
74Ben Yahmed, SarraP12
75Bentzen, JeanetP226
76Berga, DolorsP342
77Bergemann, AnnetteP213, C213
78Bergeot, JulienP69
79Berman, YonatanP152
80Bernoth, KerstinP126, C126
81Bertanha, MarinhoP206, C206
82Besstremyannaya, GalinaP169, C169, P250
83Bezalel, JonathanP71
84Bias, DanielP304
85Bielecki, MarcinP53
86Biermann, MarcusP182
87Bilicka, KatarzynaP300
88Bingley, PaulP152
89Bird, DanielP64, C64
90Birg, LauraP263, C263
91Bizzotto, JacopoP28, P290, C290
92Blank, SvenP220, C220
93Bloch, FrancisP133, C133
94Boccanfuso, JeremyP79
95Boemer, MiriamP221
96Boeri, FilippoP329, C329
97Boermans, MartijnP40
98Boissay, FredericP151
99Boldea, OtiliaP312
100Bolt, WilkoP18, C18
101Bonam, DennisP193
102Bonfiglioli, AlessandraP319
103Bonhomme, StephaneP280
104Boot, TomP200
105Borgers, TilmanP82
106Borin, AlessandroP227, C227
107Borri, NicolaP53
108Borusyak, KirillP268
109Bose, NehaP5
110Bostanci, GorkemP192
111Bougette, PatriceP85
112Boyarchenko, NinaP341, C341
113Bracke, PhilippeP288, C288
114Bradley, JakeP170
115Brüning, MaxP115, C115
116Bredtmann, JuliaP144
117Brekhov, BorisP69
118Brey, BjoernP302
119Brotherhood, LuizP282
120Bruhin, AdrianP71, C71
121Brunetti, CelsoP77, C77
122Bryzgalova, SvetlanaP66, C66
123Brzoza-Brzezina, MichałP122
124Buchmueller, GerdaP6
125Buckmann, MarcusP190
126Buechel, BernoP183
127Bulete, CristianP215
128Burauel, PatrickP120, C120
129Byrne, StephenP193
130Cacciatore, MatteoP118, C118
131Caliari, DanieleP196
132Campos, CamilaP96
133Campos, NauroP107, C107
134Cantore, CristianoP146
135Capolongo, AngelaP75
136Cardaci, AlbertoP9
137Cardi, OlivierP322
138Carvalho, BrunoP294, C294
139Casabianca, ElizabethP4
140Cassidy, RachelP43, C43
141Castillo Martinez, LauraP224
142Celhay, PabloP292
143Celik Katreniak, DagmaraP223
144Cerruti, DavideP175
145Chadi, AdrianP116
146Charalampidis, NikolaosP41
147Chen, Yi-TingP200
148Chen, YanP104
149Chen, YiP64
150Chen, HengP205
151Chen, HengP33
152Cheng, SiP332, C332
153Chernozhukov, VictorP344
154Chetty, RajP273
155Cheung, StephenP223, C223
156Chiang, HaroldP233
157Chioveanu, IoanaP281, C281
158Chlass, NadineP113, C113
159Cho, Sung-JinP135
160Cho, YunhoP202
161Choi, JasonP97, C97
162Chongcharoentanawat, PatimaP124
163Choo, LawrenceP5, C5
164Christofzik, DésiréeP326
165Chu, LiyaP160
166Cimadomo, JacopoP303
167Cipullo, DavideP259, C259
168Clementi, Gian LucaP75, C75
169Cockx, LaraP55, C55
170Colo, PhilippeP131, C131
171Colonna, FabrizioP339
172Colson-Sihra, EveP175, C175
173Conteduca, FrancescoP182
174Converse, NathanP126
175Cormun, VitoP181
176Corradi, ValentinaC105
177Cortes, MatiasP99, P212, C212, P308, C308
178Cortes Corrales, SebastianP5
179Corvino, RaffaeleP173
180Coskun, SenaP62, C62, P86, C86
181Costa, RuiP331, C331
182Costain, JamesP195
183Couperier, OphélieP269
184Coutelier, QuentinP317
185Cozzi, MarcoP114
186Criscuolo, ChiaraP274
187Cubas, GermanP12, C12
188Cucu, FlorinP260
189Cui, WeiP72, C72
190Cui, LiyuanP233
191Cumming, FergusP122, C122
192Cumperayot, PhornchanokP283
193Cunha, Joao RafaelP323
194Curello, GregorioP196, C196
195D'Ascanio, FrancescoP181
196Da Mata, DanielP13, C13
197Dai, DarongP37
198Dainauskas, JustasP283
199Dale-Olsen, HaraldP304
200Dalgic, HusnuP219, C219
201Dalkiran, Nuh AygunP91, C91
202Dang, CanhP316, C316
203Darougheh, SamanP148
204Daske, ThomasP91
205Datta, BipasaP186
206Davies, CeriP204
207Daymard, ArnaudP21
208De Fraja, GianniP194, C194
209De Rezende, RafaelP93
210de Walque, DamienP156, C156
211Deaner, BenP206
212Deák, SzabolcsP121
213Delaney, JudithP217
214Della Lena, SebastianoP94
215Demirci, MuratP139
216Denderski, PiotrP321, C321
217Dertwinkel-Kalt, MarkusP196
218Despois, ThomasP240, C240
219Devereux, KevinP184
220Dewitte, EdgardP294
221Di Cataldo, MarcoP13
222DiCecio, RiccardoP225
223Diederich, JohannesP249
224Dimico, ArcangeloP176
225Dimitriadis, TimoP311
226Ding, HainaP231
227Dittmar, JeremiahP177
228Dixit, ShivP37
229Doi, TakeroP334
230Domenech, RafaelP215, C215
231Dosis, AnastasiosP339, C339
232Dotsey, MichaelP43
233Dotti, ValerioP67
234Douenne, ThomasP143
235Drahs, SaschaP222
236Dräger, LenaP16
237Druedahl, JeppeP202
238Drupp, MoritzP211, C211
239Duarte, MarcoP201
240Duarte, MargaridaP336
241Duarte, JoaoP16, C16
242Duchini, EmmaP188
243Dugoua, EugenieP54, C54
244Duguet, EmmanuelP262
245Dumitru, Ana-Maria H.P238
246Dummar Azulai, MichelP96, C96
247Duong, Tran Lam AnhP244
248Dupraz, YannickP137, C137
249Duprey, ThibautP97
250Eeckhout, JanP101
251Efthyvoulou, GeorgiosP226
252Egorov, KonstantinP314
253Eguia, JonP82, C82
254Eguren-Martin, FernandoP15
255Ehrmann, MichaelP17, C17
256Eibich, PeterP214
257Eilat, RanP243
258Eilers, LeaP310, C310
259Eizenberg, AlonP141, C141
260Elbourne, AdamP108
261Elliott, MatthewP133
262Embrey, IainP282
263Engler, DanielP129
264Etheridge, BenP124
265Ettmeier, StephanieP22, C22
266Eugeni, SaraP314
267Evans, ChristopherP225
268Evdokimov, KirillP56
269Everding, JakobP44
270Faber, MariusP257
271Faccia, DonataP70
272farina, egidioP179
273Farinha, LuisaP74
274Fauceglia, DarioP8, C8
275Fedderke, JohannesP185
276Fedorets, AlexandraP291, C291
277Fehrle, DanielP22
278Fernandez, Marcelo ArielP242
279Fernandez-Blanco, JavierP221
280Fernández Navia, TaniaP24
281ferrari, alessandroP287
282Fershtman, DanielP266
283Feuerbaum, CarstenP291
284Fidrmuc, JarkoP29, C29
285Fischer, ThomasP199
286Fiva, Jon H.P178
287Flacke, RenéP173
288Foerster, ManuelP131
289Fonseca, MiguelP113
290Font Gilabert, PaulinoP263
291Fontaine, FrançoisP340, C340
292Forges, FrancoiseP172
293Foulis, AngusP324
294FOURRIER-NICOLAÏ, EdwinP95
295Franck, RaphaelP167, C167
296Fregoni, MarcoP81
297Frey, RainerP70
298Friehe, TimP188
299Friese, MaxP230
300Frohm, ErikP155
301Frug, AlexanderP307, C307
302Fuchs-Schündeln, NicolaC99
303Fujita, ShigeruP241, C241
304Fulton, ChadP338, C338
305Funke, ManuelP330, C330
306Gadenne, LucieP52, C52, P96, D228
307Galaasen, Sigurd MølsterP291
308Galanis, SpyrosP26, C26
309Galvao, Ana BeatrizP25, C25, P335
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982Strobl, RenateC191
983Strohecker, FynnP5
984Strohmaier, KristinaP127, C127
985Strulik, HolgerP88, C88
986Stuermer, MartinP31, P210
987Sturm, DanielP277
988Sturm, Jan-EgbertP190, C190
989Sturrock, DavidP295
990Suarez, MilenaP198, C198
991Sullivan, ChristopherP141
992Sun, ZexiP17
993Sun, ShuqiaoP30
994Sun, JunzeP33, P154
995Sun, ChuanpingP130
996Sun, YulongP310
997Szech, NoraP113
998Szerman, DimitriP228
999Szkup, MichalP135, C135
1000Tajika, TomoyaP197
1001Tampieri, AlessandroP232
1002Tan, JoanneP262
1003Tavares, MarianaP6
1004Taylor, JamesP58
1005Taylor, RobertP240
1006Tène, EvaP180
1007Tübbicke, StefanP213
1008Tedeschi, Gian LucaP176
1009Terovitis, SpyrosP19, C19
1010Tesei, AndreaP102
1011Tetereva, AnastasijaP238
1012Teteryatnikova, MariyaP166
1013Theloudis, AlexandrosP164
1014Thysen, HeidiP131
1015Tian, MoP155, C155
1016Tian, LinP277
1017Tille, CedricP118
1018Tillmann, PeterP17
1019Timmer, YannickP128
1020Titl, VítězslavP294
1021Todorov, KaramfilP57, P69, C69
1022Todorov, KaramfilP108
1023Torgovitsky, AlexanderP201, C201
1024Tourinho, OctavioP27, C27
1025Toxvaerd, FlavioP26, P85, C85
1026Tracey, BelindaP75
1027Trapani, LorenzoP240
1028Travova, EkaterinaP188
1029Tresa, EnxhiP23
1030Treuren, LeonardP210
1031Tripier, FabienP318
1032Tristao, TiagoP121
1033Tsai, Yi-ChanP203, C203
1034Tsankova, TeodoraP222
1035Tsou, Chi-YangP66, P173
1036Tsoukas, SerafeimP90, C90
1037Tsuyuhara, KunioP195
1038Tukiainen, JanneP167
1039Turgut, MehmetP146, C146
1040Turrell, ArthurP216
1041Ui, TakashiP342, C342
1042Ulu, MehmetP158, C158
1043Uluc, ArzuP111, C111
1044Umlandt, DennisP29
1045Unger, FlorianP232
1046Uysal, Selver DeryaP312, C312
1047Vahid, FARSHIDP89, C89
1048Valente, MaricaP250
1049Valenzuela, PatricioP229, C229
1050Valenzuela Rivera, LuisP253, C253
1051Valletti, TommasoP274
1052Van der Vlist, ArnoP13
1053van der Wiel, KarenP194
1054Van Gils, FreekP83
1055Van Ooijen, RaunP50, C50
1056van Wijnbergen, SwederP285, C285
1057Vansteenkiste, IsabelP193, P193
1058Vardishvili, IaP161, C161
1059Vardishvili, OlikoP266
1060Vähämaa, OskariP148
1061Venditti, FabrizioP15, C15
1062Venkatesh, RaghulP109, C109
1063Verho, JoukoP213
1064Verona, FabioP190
1065Veselov, DmitriyP110
1066Vespermann, DavidP322
1067Vial, BernarditaP35
1068Vicquéry, RogerP302
1069Vilan, DiegoP305
1070Villanueva, ErnestoP32, C32
1071Virtanen, HannaP125
1072Visaria, SujataP207
1073Viskanic, MaxP2
1074Viviano, ElianaP193
1075Vo, Quynh-AnhP106
1076Voßwinkel, JanP59
1077Voena, AlessandraC275
1078Vogl, TomP275
1079Volosovych, VadymP74
1080Volpicella, AlessioP239
1081Walsh, ChristopherP38, C38
1082Wan, AlanP311, C311
1083Wanengkirtyo, BoromeusP323
1084Wang, XuanP334
1085Wang, HaominP187
1086Wang, ZhuP80
1087Wang, XuanP246
1088Wang, ZijianP341
1089Wang, YiruP7, P311
1090Wang, YikaiP86
1091Ward, FelixP157, C157
1092Watson, AnnaP220
1093Wägner, NicoleP129
1094Weber, MichaelP276
1095Weber, AndreaP99
1096Wegner, NoraP163
1097Weinstein, DavidP277, C277
1098Weiss, PiaP168, P297
1099Weiss, ChristophP112, C112
1100Wellmann, SusanneP45
1101Wen, JiayiP62
1102Wenner, LukasP267
1103Werbeck, AnnaP1
1104Werner, SebastianP78
1105Westermark, AndreasP48, C48
1106Weth, MarkP255
1107White, LucyP60, P210, C210
1108Wickerath, JanP260
1109Wikman, PeterP325
1110Willems, BertP309
1111Willems, TimP190
1112Wingender, AsgerP157
1113Winkler, AndreasP295, C295
1114Wolter, StefanP208
1115Wong, Horng ChernP304
1116Worrall, TimP60
1117Wu, LingweiP176, C176
1118Wu, JieranP338
1119Wunsch, ConnyP191
1120Wunsch, ConnyP268
1121Xie, ErhaoP206
1122Xu, XiaogengP297
1123Xue, NingP289
1124Xue, XiaohanP238, C238
1125Yamagata, TakashiP205, C205
1126Yamasaki, JunichiP178
1127Yanagi, TakahideP245
1128Yang, ShuwenP134
1129Yang, YouzhiP307
1130Yao, ZhiyongP309
1131Yilmaz, KamilP161
1132Yin, PenghuiP248, C248
1133Yip, Chi ManP320
1134Yuan, WeidiP18
1135Yuchtman, NoamC102
1136Yuen, C. Y. KelvinP241
1137Yum, MinchulP95, C95
1138Zahn, PhilippP196
1139Zakipour-Saber, ShayanP189
1140Zambrano, EduardoP67
1141Zapal, JanP315
1142Zapechelnyuk, AndyP28
1143Zapp, KristinaP120
1144Zaranko, BenjaminP1
1145Zaretski, AliaksandrP4
1146Zasova, AnnaP292
1147Zavalloni, LucaP114
1148Zawisza, TomaszP37
1149Zekaite, ZivileP41, C41
1150Zender, JaimeP307
1151Zeng, HuaxiaP342
1152Zhang, YingyingP69
1153Zhang, HongsongP158, P198
1154Zhao, ZhiqiP67, C67
1155Zhou, Yichen ChristyP88
1156Ziegler, LennartP192, C192
1157Ziparo, RobertaP275
1158Zipitria, LeandroP117
1159Zlate, AndreiP236
1160Zochowski, DawidP39, C39
1161Zotti, RobertoP153, C153
1162Zou, YimeiP287, P336
1163Zubanov, NickP192
1164Zubrickas, RobertasP208, C208
1165Zultan, Ro'iP267, C267
1166Zwick, EricP101

 

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