2019 ESPE annual conference

Bath, UK

 
June 20, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
13:00 to 18:30Registration Desk Registration
 
 
15:15 to 15:30Lansdown Welcome
 
 
15:30 to 16:30Lansdown Keynote Address I: Oriana Bandiera: Why do people stay poor?
 
 
16:30 to 17:00Atrium Bar Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
17:00 to 18:30see below Sessions A
 
 
 
June 21, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:30 to 18:30 Registration II
 
 
09:00 to 10:30see below Sessions B
 
 
10:30 to 11:00 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:30see below Sessions C
 
 
12:30 to 13:30 Lunch
 
 
13:30 to 14:30 Keynote Address II: Kevin Lang: Ordinal Scales in Empirical Economics: Test Score Gaps, Happiness and Other Tales of Woe
 
 
14:30 to 15:00 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
15:00 to 16:30see below Sessions D
 
 
16:30 to 17:00 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
17:00 to 18:30see below Sessions E
 
 
19:00 to 21:00 City Hall Reception
 
 
 
June 22, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
08:30 to 18:30 Registration
 
 
09:00 to 11:00see below Sessions F
 
 
11:00 to 11:30 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
11:30 to 13:30see below Sessions G
 
 
13:30 to 14:30 Lunch
 
 
14:30 to 16:30see below Sessions H
 
 
16:30 to 17:00 Coffee/Tea Break
 
 
17:00 to 18:00 Presidential Address: Shelly Lundberg: Aspirations and the Education Gender Gap
 
 
18:00 to 18:30 General Assembly
 
 
19:30 to 00:00 Conference Dinner
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Keynote Address I: Oriana Bandiera: Why do people stay poor?
Location: Lansdown
June 20, 2019 15:30 to 16:30

Sessions A
Locations: listed below
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
 
Intergenerational mobility in health, Camden
Early Child Ourcomes, Widcombe
Public Policy and Youth Crime, Walcot
Gender and Pay, Kingsmead 2
Formation of Preferences, Kingsmead 1
Gender and Early Career , Lansdown 2
Language Diversity and the Labour Market, Lansdown 1
Temporary jobs as stepping stones, Bath Function Room
The Impact of Health Information, Bathwick

Sessions B
Locations: listed below
June 21, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Domestic Violence, Widcombe
Education and Health, Kingsmead 1
Family Policy and Fertility, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Fertility Decisions, Bath Function Room
Gender and Educational Choice, Lansdown 1
Gender Identity, Kingsmead 2
Human Capital Investment Returns, Lansdown 2
Marriage and Divorce, Camden
Personnell Economics, Walcot
Task, Occupations and the Labour Market, Bathwick

Sessions C
Locations: listed below
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
 
Intergenerational Mobility in Education, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Teen Fertility and Child Outcomes, Bath Function Room
Expextations and Educational Performance, Lansdown 1
Work and Unions, Lansdown 2
Worker Mobility, Kingsmead 1
Immigration Policy, Kingsmead 2
Intrahoushold Allocation, Walcot
Higher Education, Bathwick
Childhood Interventions, Camden
Family and Children, Widcombe

Keynote Address II: Kevin Lang: Ordinal Scales in Empirical Economics: Test Score Gaps, Happiness and Other Tales of Woe
Location:
June 21, 2019 13:30 to 14:30

Sessions D
Locations: listed below
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
 
Prenatal Shocks and Child Outcomes, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Primary Schools, Bath Function Room
Fertility, Lansdown 1
Mental Health, Education and Work, Lansdown 2
Apprenticeships, Kingsmead 1
Migrant-Native Gaps, Kingsmead 2
Schools and Teachers, Camden
Integration of Immigrants, Walcot
Nutrion and Health, Bathwick
Early Shocks and Childhood Development, Widcombe

Sessions E
Locations: listed below
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
 
Student Funding, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Health and Health Policy, Bath Function Room
Neighbourhood Effects, Lansdown 1
Migration, Lansdown 2
Risky Behaviour, Kingsmead 1
Education Tests and Performance, Kingsmead 2
Family Policies, Walcot
Retirement, Camden
Vaccines, Health and Cognitive Outcomes, Bathwick
Schooling and Inequality, Widcombe

Sessions F
Locations: listed below
June 22, 2019 09:00 to 11:00
 
Job Loss, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Child Care Policies, Bathwick
Beliefs and Human Capital Investment, Bath Function Room
Wealth and Inequality, Lansdown 1
Work and Pensions, Lansdown 2
Gender Differences and Beliefs, Kingsmead 1
Refugee Policy, Kingsmead 2
Mortality, Walcot
Peer Effects, Camden
Labour Relations, Widcombe

Sessions G
Locations: listed below
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
 
Birth order and Family Size Effects, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Special Session: The role of higher education in social mobility, Bath Function Room
Preschool Investments and Child Outcomes, Lansdown 1
Gender Differences and Skills, Lansdown 2
Refugees, Kingsmead 1
Minimum Wage, Widcombe
High School Performance, Kingsmead 2
Family, Work and Gender, Walcot
Income Inequality, Bathwick
Unemployment and Work, Camden

Sessions H
Locations: listed below
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
 
Well-being, The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
Parental Leave Policies, Bath Function Room
Teachers and Market for Teachers, Lansdown 1
Technology and Polarization, Lansdown 2
Marriage and Family, Kingsmead 1
Population Health, Kingsmead 2
Migration and Assimilation, Walcot
Methods and Data, Bathwick
Gender and Work, Widcombe
Crime and Children, Camden

Presidential Address: Shelly Lundberg: Aspirations and the Education Gender Gap
Location:
June 22, 2019 17:00 to 18:00

General Assembly
Location:
June 22, 2019 18:00 to 18:30

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapers
1June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Camden invited Intergenerational mobility in health3
2June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Widcombe invited Early Child Ourcomes3
3June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Walcot contributed Public Policy and Youth Crime3
4June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Kingsmead 2 invited Gender and Pay4
5June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Kingsmead 1 invited Formation of Preferences4
6June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Lansdown 2 invited Gender and Early Career 3
7June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Lansdown 1 invited Language Diversity and the Labour Market3
8June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Bath Function Room invited Temporary jobs as stepping stones3
9June 20, 2019
17:00-18:30
Bathwick invited The Impact of Health Information3
10June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Widcombe invited Domestic Violence3
11June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Kingsmead 1 contributed Education and Health3
12June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House contributed Family Policy and Fertility3
13June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bath Function Room invited Fertility Decisions3
14June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Lansdown 1 invited Gender and Educational Choice3
15June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Kingsmead 2 invited Gender Identity3
16June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Lansdown 2 invited Human Capital Investment Returns3
17June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Camden invited Marriage and Divorce3
18June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Walcot invited Personnell Economics3
19June 21, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bathwick invited Task, Occupations and the Labour Market3
20June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House invited Intergenerational Mobility in Education3
21June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bath Function Room contributed Teen Fertility and Child Outcomes3
22June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Lansdown 1 invited Expextations and Educational Performance2
23June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Lansdown 2 invited Work and Unions3
24June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Kingsmead 1 invited Worker Mobility4
25June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Kingsmead 2 invited Immigration Policy3
26June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Walcot invited Intrahoushold Allocation3
27June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bathwick invited Higher Education3
28June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Camden invited Childhood Interventions3
29June 21, 2019
11:00-12:30
Widcombe invited Family and Children3
30June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House contributed Prenatal Shocks and Child Outcomes3
31June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Bath Function Room invited Primary Schools3
32June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Lansdown 1 invited Fertility2
33June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Lansdown 2 invited Mental Health, Education and Work3
34June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Kingsmead 1 invited Apprenticeships4
35June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Kingsmead 2 invited Migrant-Native Gaps3
36June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Camden invited Schools and Teachers3
37June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Walcot invited Integration of Immigrants3
38June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Bathwick invited Nutrion and Health4
39June 21, 2019
15:00-16:30
Widcombe invited Early Shocks and Childhood Development3
40June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House invited Student Funding3
41June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Bath Function Room invited Health and Health Policy4
42June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Lansdown 1 invited Neighbourhood Effects3
43June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Lansdown 2 invited Migration2
44June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Kingsmead 1 invited Risky Behaviour4
45June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Kingsmead 2 invited Education Tests and Performance3
46June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Walcot invited Family Policies3
47June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Camden invited Retirement3
48June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Bathwick invited Vaccines, Health and Cognitive Outcomes3
49June 21, 2019
17:00-18:30
Widcombe invited Schooling and Inequality4
50June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House contributed Job Loss4
51June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Bathwick contributed Child Care Policies4
52June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Bath Function Room invited Beliefs and Human Capital Investment4
53June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Lansdown 1 invited Wealth and Inequality5
54June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Lansdown 2 invited Work and Pensions4
55June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Kingsmead 1 invited Gender Differences and Beliefs4
56June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Kingsmead 2 invited Refugee Policy4
57June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Walcot invited Mortality4
58June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Camden invited Peer Effects4
59June 22, 2019
9:00-11:00
Widcombe invited Labour Relations5
60June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House invited Birth order and Family Size Effects4
61June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Bath Function Room invited Special Session: The role of higher education in social mobility5
62June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Lansdown 1 invited Preschool Investments and Child Outcomes3
63June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Lansdown 2 invited Gender Differences and Skills5
64June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Kingsmead 1 invited Refugees4
65June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Widcombe contributed Minimum Wage4
66June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Kingsmead 2 invited High School Performance5
67June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Walcot invited Family, Work and Gender4
68June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Bathwick invited Income Inequality4
69June 22, 2019
11:30-13:30
Camden invited Unemployment and Work4
70June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House invited Well-being4
71June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Bath Function Room invited Parental Leave Policies5
72June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Lansdown 1 invited Teachers and Market for Teachers5
73June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Lansdown 2 invited Technology and Polarization4
74June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Kingsmead 1 invited Marriage and Family4
75June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Kingsmead 2 invited Population Health4
76June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Walcot invited Migration and Assimilation4
77June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Bathwick invited Methods and Data4
78June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Widcombe invited Gender and Work4
79June 22, 2019
14:30-16:30
Camden invited Crime and Children5
 

79 sessions, 279 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

2019 ESPE annual conference

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Intergenerational mobility in health
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Daniel Graeber, DIW Berlin
Session type: invited
 

Intergenerational Health Mobility: Evidence from Danish Registers
By Carsten Berthram Andersen; Aarhus Universitet
   presented by: Carsten Berthram Andersen, Aarhus Universitet
 

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

Intergenerational Health Mobility in Germany
By Daniel Graeber; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Daniel Graeber, DIW Berlin
 
Session 2: Early Child Ourcomes
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Stefanie Schurer, University of Sydney
Session type: invited
 

Weight report cards: help or harm in preventing childhood obesity? Evidence from England
By Yuliya Kazakova; University of Essex
   presented by: Yuliya Kazakova, University of Essex
 

On the Value of Birth Weight
By Damian Clarke; Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Sonia Oreffice; University of Surrey
Climent Quintana-Domeque; University of Exeter
   presented by: Sonia Oreffice, University of Surrey
 

Does restricting how people spend their money help or harm? Evaluating the impact of a new welfare policy on birth outcomes in Australia
By Stefanie Schurer; University of Sydney
   presented by: Stefanie Schurer, University of Sydney
 
Session 3: Public Policy and Youth Crime
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Marco Francesconi, Department of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

The impact of austerity on racially or religiously motivated hate crime in England and Wales
By Kerry Bray; Newcastle University Business School
   presented by: Kerry Bray, Newcastle University Business School
 

Charter Takeovers, No Excuses Strategy, and Youth Crime. Evidence from London Secondary School Academies
By Emma Duchini; University of Warwick
Victor Lavy; University of Warwick
Stephen Machin; London School of Economics
   presented by: Emma Duchini, University of Warwick
 

None for the Road? Stricter Drink Driving Laws and Road Accidents
By Marco Francesconi; Department of Economics
Jonathan James; University of Bath
   presented by: Marco Francesconi, Department of Economics
 
Session 4: Gender and Pay
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Priscila Ferreira, University of Minho
Session type: invited
 

Who works for whom and the UK gender pay gap
By Sarah Jewell; University of Reading
GIOVANNI RAZZU; University of Reading
Carl Singleton; University of Reading
   presented by: Sarah Jewell, University of Reading
 

Counterfactual quantile decompositions with selection correction taking into account Huber/Melly (2015): An application to the German gender wage gap
By Martin Biewen; University of Tübingen
Bernd Fitzenberger; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Matthias Seckler; University of Tübingen
   presented by: Matthias Seckler, University of Tübingen
 

Women's Labor Force Participation and the Distribution of the Gender Wage Gap
By Manuel Fernandez Sierra; University of Essex
Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex
   presented by: Manuel Fernandez Sierra, University of Essex
 

Financing Constraints, Executive Pay and Gender Inequality
By Ana Fernandes; University of Exeter
Priscila Ferreira; University of Minho
   presented by: Priscila Ferreira, University of Minho
 
Session 5: Formation of Preferences
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Michele Belot, University of Edinburgh, EUI
Session type: invited
 

Intra-Individual Stability of Time Preferences: A Survey Approach for the Long-Run
By Malte Preuss; Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Malte Preuss, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Maternal Stress and Food Preferences: A Lab Experiment with Low Income Mothers
By Michele Belot; University of Edinburgh, EUI
Jonathan James; University of Bath
Martina Vecchi; University of Edinburgh, EUI
Nicolai Vitt; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Nicolai Vitt, University of Edinburgh
 

Risk Aversion and Entrepreneurship: New Evidence Exploiting Exposure to Massive Earthquakes in Italy
By ,
   presented by: Maria De Paola, University of Calabria
 

Associations between in utero food exposure with subsequent food preferences and Body Mass Index in young children from low-income families
By Michele Belot; University of Edinburgh, EUI
Noémi Berlin; CNRS, Université de Paris-Nanterre
Jonathan James; University of Bath
Valeria Skafida; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Michele Belot, University of Edinburgh, EUI
 
Session 6: Gender and Early Career
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Malte Sandner, Institute for Employment Research
Session type: invited
 

Ceilings, Floors, and Children. The Gender Pay Gap over the Lifecycle
By Pierre Pora; Insee-CREST
Lionel Wilner; INSEE-CREST
   presented by: Pierre Pora, Insee-CREST
 

Gender Differences in Aspired Occupations
By Madison Kerr; University of York
   presented by: Madison Kerr, University of York
 

The Early Career Gender Wage Gap for University Graduates
By Malte Sandner; Institute for Employment Research
Ipek Yükselen; Institute for Employment Research
   presented by: Malte Sandner, Institute for Employment Research
 
Session 7: Language Diversity and the Labour Market
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Joanna Clifton-Sprigg, The University of Bath
Session type: invited
 

Linguistic Proximity and Workplace Productivity
By Harald Dale-Olsen
Henning Finseraas; Institute for social research
   presented by: Harald Dale-Olsen,
 

The Effect of Linguistic Diversity in Early Education
By Arash Naghavi; University of Wuppertal
   presented by: Arash Naghavi, University of Wuppertal
 

Bilingualism in the labour market
By Joanna Clifton-Sprigg; The University of Bath
Kerry Papps; University of Bath
   presented by: Joanna Clifton-Sprigg, The University of Bath
 
Session 8: Temporary jobs as stepping stones
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Bastian Stockinger, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Session type: invited
 

When There Is No Way Up: Reconsidering Low-Paid Jobs As Stepping Stones
By Alexander Plum; Auckland University of Technology
Gail Pacheco; Auckland University of Technology
   presented by: Alexander Plum, Auckland University of Technology
 

Does temporary agency employment pave the way to better jobs for refugees?
By Elke Jahn; IAB, Bayreuth University
Michael Rosholm; Aarhus University
   presented by: Elke Jahn, IAB, Bayreuth University
 

First step or last resort? One-Euro-Jobs after the reform
By Bastian Stockinger; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Bastian Stockinger, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 
Session 9: The Impact of Health Information
June 20, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Jonathan James, University of Bath
Session type: invited
 

Digital Waste? Unintended Consequences of Health Information Technology
By Petri Böckerman; University of Jyvaskyla, Labour Institute for Economic Research and IZA
Mika Kortelainen; VATT Institute for Economic Research
Liisa Laine; University of Pennsylvania
Mikko Nurminen; Turku School of Economics
Tanja Saxell; VATT (Visiting Stanford)
   presented by: Mikko Nurminen, Turku School of Economics
 

Non-salience or Reluctance? Vaccination Responses to Reminder Letters
By Jonas Hirani; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Jonas Hirani, University of Copenhagen
 

Smoking, Information and Education: Evidence from the 1962 report by the Royal College of Physicians
By Jonathan James; University of Bath
   presented by: Jonathan James, University of Bath
 
Session 10: Domestic Violence
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Judit Vall Castello, Universitat de Barcelona
Session type: invited
 

Domestic violence and child mortality
By Samantha Rawlings; University of Reading
Zahra Siddique; University of Bristol
   presented by: Samantha Rawlings, University of Reading
 

Intra-household inequality and adult material deprivation in Europe
By Eleni Karagiannaki; London School of Economics and Political Sciences
Tania Burchardt; London School of Economics
   presented by: Eleni Karagiannaki, London School of Economics and Political Sciences
 

Hit where it hurts – healthcare access and intimate partner violence
By Caoimhe Rice; University of Bristol
Judit Vall Castello; Universitat de Barcelona
   presented by: Judit Vall Castello, Universitat de Barcelona
 
Session 11: Education and Health
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Tatjana Begerow, Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Session type: contributed
 

The Effect of Compulsory Service on Life Satisfaction and its Channels
By Matthias Collischon; FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Andreas Eberl; IAB
Kerstin Jahn; IAB Institute for Employment Research
   presented by: Matthias Collischon, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
 

Taking Cover: Human Capital Accumulation in the Presence of Shocks and Health Insurance
By Paulino Font Gilabert; University of Essex
   presented by: Paulino Font Gilabert, University of Essex
 

Does schooling affect health? Evidence from ambulatory claims data
By Tatjana Begerow; Bergische Universität Wuppertal
   presented by: Tatjana Begerow, Bergische Universität Wuppertal
 
Session 12: Family Policy and Fertility
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Libertad Gonzalez, University Pompeu Fabra
Session type: contributed
 

The Fertility Effect of cutting Child related Welfare Benefits
By Frederik Wiynck; University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
Malte Sandner; Institute for Employment Research
   presented by: Frederik Wiynck, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
 

The Effect of Old-Age Pensions on Fertility: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Brazil
By Alexander Danzer; KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Lennard Zyska; Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
   presented by: Lennard Zyska, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
 

The Effect of Abortion Legalization on Fertility,
By Kjell Salvanes; Department of Economics
   presented by: Libertad Gonzalez, University Pompeu Fabra
 
Session 13: Fertility Decisions
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Anna Adamecz-Volgyi, UCL
Session type: invited
 

Do property taxes affect fertility? Quasi-experimental evidence from Portugal
By Susana Peralta; Nova School of Business and Economics an
João Santos; Nova School of Business and Economics
   presented by: João Santos, Nova School of Business and Economics
 

How Family Policies Affect Fertility: Evidence from Spain
By Libertad Gonzalez; University Pompeu Fabra
Sofia Trommlerova; University Pompeu Fabra
   presented by: Sofia Trommlerova, University Pompeu Fabra
 

Incapacitation and human capital effects of extended compulsory schooling on the teenage fertility of ethnic minority women
By Anna Adamecz-Volgyi; UCL
Ágota Scharle; Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis
   presented by: Anna Adamecz-Volgyi, UCL
 
Session 14: Gender and Educational Choice
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Paul J. Devereux, UCD
Session type: invited
 

Understanding the Gender Gap on College Major Choices. Evidence from Chile.*
By Paola Bordon; Universidad Alberto Hurtado
Catalina Canals; Universidad de Chile
Alejandra Mizala; Centro de Economia Aplicada
   presented by: Paola Bordon, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
 

Non-Cognitive Skills and Gender Differences in Training Programmes for the Unemployed
By Annette Bergemann; University of Bristol
Eva Nalbach
Zahra Siddique; Dr
   presented by: Annette Bergemann, University of Bristol
 

The relationship between gender and SES and college programme choices
By Judith Delaney; Economic and Social Research Institute
Paul J. Devereux; UCD
   presented by: Paul J. Devereux, UCD
 
Session 15: Gender Identity
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Cheti Nicoletti, University of York
Session type: invited
 

The Spatial Origins of Gender Roles
By Juan Torrecillas; Universitat de Barcelona
   presented by: Juan Torrecillas, Universitat de Barcelona
 

Gender Identity and Relative Income within Households: A critical re-examination of Bertrand, Kamenica Pan (QJE, 2015) using U.S. and German data
By Daniel Kuehnle; Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Michael Oberfichtner; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Kerstin Ostermann; Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
   presented by: Kerstin Ostermann, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
 

The division of housework between partners. Does gender identity matter?
By Danilo Cavapozzi; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Cheti Nicoletti; University of York
   presented by: Cheti Nicoletti, University of York
 
Session 16: Human Capital Investment Returns
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Paul Bingley, VIVE
Session type: invited
 

The Distribution of Private and Fiscal Returns to Higher Education: A Dynamic Microsimulation Approach
By Benjamin Fischer; Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Benjamin Fischer, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Getting out of the starting gate on the right foot: employment effects of investment in human capital
By Agata Maida; U Milan
Daniela Sonedda; Università del Piemonte Orientale
   presented by: Daniela Sonedda, Università del Piemonte Orientale
 

The Role of Military Service in Human Capital Formation: Evidence from a Draft Lottery
By Paul Bingley; VIVE
Stéphanie Lyk-Jensen; VIVE
Anders Rosdahl; VIVE
   presented by: Paul Bingley, VIVE
 
Session 17: Marriage and Divorce
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Hayley Fisher, University of Sydney
Session type: invited
 

Age at Marriage and Marital Stability: Causal Evidence from a Legal Reform in China
By Jorge Garcia Hombrados; London School of Economics
Berkay Ozcan; London School of Economics
   presented by: Jorge Garcia Hombrados, London School of Economics
 

Headscarves and Female Employment
By Gozde Corekcioglu; European University Institute
   presented by: Gozde Corekcioglu, Kadir Has University
 

The consequences of extending equitable property division divorce laws to cohabitants
By Abraham Chigavazira; University of Melbourne
Hayley Fisher; University of Sydney
Tim Robinson; University of Melbourne
Anna Zhu; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Hayley Fisher, University of Sydney
 
Session 18: Personnell Economics
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Olubunmi Ajala, University of Leicester
Session type: invited
 

How Workplace Consolidation Affects Workers: Evidence from Acquisitions in Germany
By Kevin Todd; University of California, Berkeley
Jörg Heining; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Jörg Heining, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 

"Fine...I’ll do it myself" Lessons from self-employment grants in Croatia
By Ivan Zilic; London School of Economics
   presented by: Ivan Zilic, London School of Economics
 

Effect of Performance Related Pay on turnover-intention of teachers in England
By Olubunmi Ajala; University of Leicester
Asako Ohinata; University of Leicester
   presented by: Olubunmi Ajala, University of Leicester
 
Session 19: Task, Occupations and the Labour Market
June 21, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Ludo Visschers, The University of Edinburgh/Universidad
Session type: invited
 

The Task Content of Job Transitions over the Business Cycle: Evidence for the UK
By Aspasia Bizopoulou; Vatt Institute for Economic Research
Rachel Forshaw; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Aspasia Bizopoulou, Vatt Institute for Economic Research
 

Occupational mismatch and network effects: Evidence from France
By Arnaud Herault; University of Angers
   presented by: Arnaud Herault, University of Angers
 

Workers’ Task and Employer Mobility over the Business Cycle∗
By Carlos Carrillo-Tudela; Essex
Fraser Summerfield; St. Francis Xavier University
Ludo Visschers; The University of Edinburgh/Universidad
   presented by: Ludo Visschers, The University of Edinburgh/Universidad
 
Session 20: Intergenerational Mobility in Education
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Erik Plug, University of Amsterdam
Session type: invited
 

Parental Education and Offspring Outcomes: Evidence from a German Schooling Reform
By Sarah Dahmann; The University of Sydney
Jinhu Li; Deakin University
   presented by: Sarah Dahmann, The University of Sydney
 

Socio-economic background and academic match of students in 16-19 post-compulsory education
By Andrew Dickerson; University of Sheffield
Konstantina Maragkou; University of Sheffield
Steven McIntosh; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Konstantina Maragkou, University of Sheffield
 

Skills, Parental Sorting, and Child Inequality
By Martin Nybom; Stockholm University
Erik Plug; University of Amsterdam
Bas van der Klaauw; VU University Amsterdam
Lennart Ziegler; University of Vienna
   presented by: Erik Plug, University of Amsterdam
 
Session 21: Teen Fertility and Child Outcomes
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Kristiina Huttunen, VATT
Session type: contributed
 

The Impact of Restricted Access to Abortion on Newborns’ Health: Evidence from Hungary
By Gabor Hajdu; Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
   presented by: Gabor Hajdu, Centre for Social Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

The Rise in Single-Mother Families and Children’s Cognitive Development: evidence from the 1958, 1970 and 2000 British Birth Cohorts
By Paul Gregg; university of Bath
Susan Harkness; University of Bristol
Mariña Fernández Salgado; Universidad de Alcalá
   presented by: Mariña Fernández Salgado, Universidad de Alcalá
 

Maternal age and child outcomes
By Kristiina Huttunen; VATT
   presented by: Kristiina Huttunen, VATT
 
Session 22: Expextations and Educational Performance
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Mikael Lindahl, University of Gothenburg
Session type: invited
 

Understanding parental decision-making: Beliefs about returns to parenting styles and neighborhoods
By Lukas Kiessling; University of Bonn
   presented by: Lukas Kiessling, University of Bonn
 

Subjective Expectations, Educational Choice Heterogeneity and Gender: Evidence from a Sample of Swedish High School Students
By Mikael Lindahl; University of Gothenburg
   presented by: Mikael Lindahl, University of Gothenburg
 
Session 23: Work and Unions
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Paolo Santini, Paris School of Economics
Session type: invited
 

Overtime and Trade Union Membership
By Laszlo Goerke; Trier University
Gabriel Schultze; IAAEU, Trier University
   presented by: Gabriel Schultze, IAAEU, Trier University
 

Spillovers and substitutability in production
By Alex Bryson; UCL
Kerry Papps; University of Bath
   presented by: Kerry Papps, University of Bath
 

Do unions have egalitarian wage policies for their own employees? Evidence from exhaustive earnings data in the US
By Thomas Breda; Paris School of Economics
Paolo Santini; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Paolo Santini, Paris School of Economics
 
Session 24: Worker Mobility
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Damir Stijepic, Johannes Gutenberg University
Session type: invited
 

Human mobility and Internet usage: Evidence from Nigerian micro-level data
By Maurizio Strazzeri; University of Konstanz
   presented by: Maurizio Strazzeri, University of Konstanz
 

The Effect of a University Degree in English on International Labour Mobility
By Samuel Nocito; LUISS "G. Carli"
   presented by: Samuel Nocito, LUISS "G. Carli"
 

Old sins cast long shadows: The Long-term impact of the resettlement of the Sudetenland on residential migration
By Martin Guzi; Masaryk University
Peter Huber; Austrian Institute of Economic Research
Stepan Mikula; Masaryk University
   presented by: Stepan Mikula, Masaryk University
 

Skills, Job Mobility and Productive Efficiency
By Damir Stijepic; Johannes Gutenberg University
   presented by: Damir Stijepic, Johannes Gutenberg University
 
Session 25: Immigration Policy
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Agnieszka Kanas, University of Amsterdam
Session type: invited
 

Monitoring recruiters at work: determinants of ethnic discrimination on an online recruitment platform
By Dominik Hangartner; ETH Zurich
Daniel Kopp; KOF Swiss Economic Institute ETH Zurich
Michael Siegenthaler; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Daniel Kopp, KOF Swiss Economic Institute ETH Zurich
 

Immigration Enforcement, Police Trust and Domestic Violence
By Esther Arenas-Arroyo; University of Oxford
Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes; San Diego State Universtiy
   presented by: Esther Arenas-Arroyo, University of Oxford
 

Linguistic enclaves and language proficiency of immigrants: Self-selection or learning?
By Agnieszka Kanas; University of Amsterdam
Yuliya Kosyakova; IAB
Ehsan Vallizadeh; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Ehsan Vallizadeh, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 
Session 26: Intrahoushold Allocation
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Heather Joshi, UCL
Session type: invited
 

The allocation of resources within polygamous households: Evidence from Nigeria
By Jennifer Golan; University of Bath
Alessia Isopi; University of Manchester
   presented by: Alessia Isopi, University of Manchester
 

A Strategic Gift Motive? Evidence from Inheritance Tax Reforms in Europe
By Viola Angelini; University of Groningen
Joan Costa-Font; London School of Economics
Berkay Ozcan; London School of Economics
   presented by: Berkay Ozcan, London School of Economics
 

The gender gap in wages over the life course: evidence from a British cohort born in 1958
By Alex Bryson; UCL
Heather Joshi; UCL
kelly ward; UCL
David Wilkinson; UCL
   presented by: Heather Joshi, UCL
 

Discussant:   Alessia Isopi, University of Manchester
 
Session 27: Higher Education
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Cagla Okten, Bilkent University
Session type: invited
 

Chinese Language & Culture Learning Opportunities Abroad and Overseas Students in China
By Yue Huang; Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Jingjing Lyu; University of Leipzig
   presented by: Yue Huang, Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
 

Information Provision and Postgraduate Studies
By Jan Berkes; DIW Berlin and Freie Universität Berlin
Frauke Peter; DIW Berlin
Katharina Spiess; DIW Berlin and Freie Universität Berlin
Felix Weinhardt; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Frauke Peter, DIW Berlin
 

Expansion and Equality in Higher Education
By Cagla Okten; Bilkent University
   presented by: Cagla Okten, Bilkent University
 
Session 28: Childhood Interventions
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Sarah Sander, UCL
Session type: invited
 

Skills Accumulation with Malleable Ability: Evidence from a Growth Mindset Intervention
By Emilia Del Bono; University of Essex
Adeline Delavande; University of Essex
Angus Holford; University of Essex
Sonkurt Sen; University of Essex
   presented by: Sonkurt Sen, University of Essex
 

The allotment of home care – compensating for lack of functionality
By Theis Theisen; University of Agder
   presented by: Theis Theisen, University of Agder
 

Age at Enrollment in Daycare and Child Development
By Mette Gørtz; University of Copenhagen
Vibeke Jensen; The Danish National Center For Social R
Sarah Sander; UCL
   presented by: Sarah Sander, UCL
 
Session 29: Family and Children
June 21, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Herdis Steingrimsdottir, Copenhagen Business School
Session type: invited
 

Parental Behavioural Preferences and Educational Progressions of Girls and Boys: Lab-in-the-Field Evidence from Rural Côte d’Ivoire
By Ralitza Dimova; University of Manchester
   presented by: Ralitza Dimova, University of Manchester
 

The Determinants of Children’s and Adolescents’ Time Use and the Trade-off Within
By Sarah Grace See; University of Groningen
   presented by: Sarah Grace See, University of Groningen
 

The Long-Term Impact of Children's Disabilities on Families
By Snaebjorn Gunnsteinsson; University of Maryland
Herdis Steingrimsdottir; Copenhagen Business School
   presented by: Herdis Steingrimsdottir, Copenhagen Business School
 
Session 30: Prenatal Shocks and Child Outcomes
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Stephanie von Hinke, University of Bristol
Session type: contributed
 

Multi-generational effects of in-utero shock exposure on third generation health and cognitive outcomes in India
By Maha Khan; University of York
   presented by: Maha Khan, University of York
 

Wage cuts and health at birth: the adverse effects of in utero exposure to economic shocks
By Simona Bejenariu Tudor; Swedish Institute for Social Science
   presented by: Simona Bejenariu Tudor, Swedish Institute for Social Science
 

Does maternal mental health during and straight after pregnancy affect child development?
By Stephanie von Hinke; University of Bristol
Nigel Rice; University of York
Emma Tominey; University of York
   presented by: Stephanie von Hinke, University of Bristol
 
Session 31: Primary Schools
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Beatrice S. Rangvid, The Danish Centre of Social Science Research, VIVE
Session type: invited
 

Education and Prosocial Behavior: Evidence from Time Use Survey
By Betul Akar; Bilkent University
Pelin Akyol; Bilkent University
Cagla Okten; Bilkent University
   presented by: Betul Akar, Bilkent University
 

Can Schools Change Religious Attitudes? Evidence from German State Reforms of Compulsory Religious Education
By Benjamin Arold; LMU Munich and ifo Institute
Ludger Woessmann; University of Munich and ifo Institute
Larissa Zierow; ifo Institute Munich
   presented by: Benjamin Arold, LMU Munich and ifo Institute
 

CARROTS, NOT STICKS: EFFECTS OF A SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM WITH MONETARY REWARDS
By Beatrice S. Rangvid; The Danish Centre of Social Science Research, VIVE
   presented by: Beatrice S. Rangvid, The Danish Centre of Social Science Research, VIVE
 
Session 32: Fertility
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Esmée Zwiers, Erasmus School of Economics
Session type: invited
 

Can Child Benefits Reverse the Impact of Unbalanced Sex Ratios on Fertility?
By Panayiota Lyssiotou; University of Cyprus
   presented by: Panayiota Lyssiotou, University of Cyprus
 

From Freedom to Fertility - The End of War, Parental Selection, and Children's Outcomes
By Esmée Zwiers; Erasmus School of Economics
   presented by: Esmée Zwiers, Erasmus School of Economics
 
Session 33: Mental Health, Education and Work
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Deborah Cobb-Clark, University of Sydney
Session type: invited
 

The intergenerational effect of education on mental health - evidence from a regression discontinuity design for the UK.
By Daniel Kuehnle; Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Patrick Sturm; University of Würzburg
   presented by: Patrick Sturm, University of Würzburg
 

Parents' behavioural response to conflict
By Cheti Nicoletti; University of York
Emma Tominey; University of York
Valentina Tonei; University of York
   presented by: Valentina Tonei, University of York
 

The Reciprocal Relationship between Depressive Symptoms and Employment Status
By Melisa Bubonya; University of Melbourne
Deborah Cobb-Clark; University of Sydney
David Ribar; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Deborah Cobb-Clark, University of Sydney
 
Session 34: Apprenticeships
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: LEI XU, National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Session type: invited
 

Student access to apprenticeships: evidence from a vignette experiment
By Ilse Tobback; KU Leuven
Dieter Verhaest; KU Leuven
Stijn Baert; Ghent University; Research Foundation -- Flanders; University of Antwerp
   presented by: Ilse Tobback, KU Leuven
 

The causal effects of internships on academic outcomes: A shred of evidence from the UK
By Thanos Mergoupis; University of Bath
   presented by: Thanos Mergoupis, University of Bath
 

Labour Market Outcomes of Older Versus Younger Apprentices: A Comparison of Earnings Differentials
By Damon Morris; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Damon Morris, University of Sheffield
 

The impact of apprenticeships on firms
By LEI XU; National Institute of Economic and Social Research
   presented by: LEI XU, National Institute of Economic and Social Research
 
Session 35: Migrant-Native Gaps
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Lorraine Wong, University College Dublin
Session type: invited
 

The Immigrant-Native Wage Gap in Germany Revisited
By Kai Ingwersen; University of Hannover
Stephan Thomsen; Leibniz Universität Hannover
   presented by: Kai Ingwersen, University of Hannover
 

Working and Migrant Children
By CINTHYA CAAMAL-OLVERA; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE NUEVO LEON
Adelaido Garcia-Andres; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE NUEVO LEON
   presented by: CINTHYA CAAMAL-OLVERA, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE NUEVO LEON
 

The labour market differences of asylum populations and economic migrants in Switzerland
By Lorraine Wong; University College Dublin
   presented by: Lorraine Wong, University College Dublin
 
Session 36: Schools and Teachers
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Maria Lombardi, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Session type: invited
 

Experienced well-being and Labor Market Status: the role of pleasure and meaning
By Tobias Wolf; Freie Universität Berlin
Maria Metzing; German Institute for Economic Research
Richard E. Lucas; Michigan State University
   presented by: Maria Metzing, German Institute for Economic Research
 

Short, heavy and underrated? Teacher assessment biases by children’s body size
By Nicole Black; Monash University
Sonja Kassenboehmer; Monash University
   presented by: Sonja Kassenboehmer, Monash University
 

Is the Remedy Worse Than the Disease? The Impact of Teacher Remediation on Teacher and Student Performance in Chile
By Maria Lombardi; Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
   presented by: Maria Lombardi, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
 
Session 37: Integration of Immigrants
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Todd Sorensen, University of Nevada, Reno
Session type: invited
 

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

HOW ELASTIC IS THE LABOUR SUPPLY OF MIGRANTS RELATIVE TO THE SUPPLY OF NATIVE-BORN WOMEN AND MEN?
By Tanja Fendel; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Tanja Fendel, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 

MONOPSONY POWER AND GUEST WORKER PROGRAMS
By Todd Sorensen; University of Nevada, Reno
   presented by: Todd Sorensen, University of Nevada, Reno
 
Session 38: Nutrion and Health
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Mario Gyori, London School of Economics
Session type: invited
 

Offspring Migration and Nutritional Status of Left-behind Elderly in Rural China
By Chang Liu; Nanjing Agricultural University
Tor Eriksson; Aarhus University
Fujin Yi; Nanjing Agricultural University
   presented by: Chang Liu, Nanjing Agricultural University
 

High Caloric Nutrition and Adolescent Overweight: Evidence from Fast Food Restaurant and Convenience Store Openings
By Sara Abrahamsson; Norwegian School of Economics
Aline Bütikofer; Norwegian School of Economics
Krzysztof Karbownik; Northwestern University
   presented by: Sara Abrahamsson, Norwegian School of Economics
 

Disentangling the causal effects of air pollutants on health: when the numerous characteristics of the planetary boundary layer can help
By Alexandre GODZINSKI; French Ministry of Environment-CREST
Milena Suarez; INSEE-CREST
   presented by: Milena Suarez, INSEE-CREST
 

The nutritional impacts of health insurance – A case study of Mexico’s Seguro Popular
By Mario Gyori; London School of Economics
   presented by: Mario Gyori, London School of Economics
 
Session 39: Early Shocks and Childhood Development
June 21, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Milena Nikolova, University of Groningen
Session type: invited
 

The Unintended Consequences of Infrastructure Development: Sewerage Diffusion and Early-life Mortality in Peru
By Antonella Bancalari; London School of Economics
   presented by: Antonella Bancalari, London School of Economics
 

Better roads, better off? Evidence of improving roads in Tanzania
By Christelle Dumas; University of Fribourg
Ximena Játiva; University of Fribourg
   presented by: Ximena Játiva, University of Fribourg
 

Terrorist Violence and Newborn Health: Estimates for Colombia
By Laura Rodriguez; University of Manchester
   presented by: Milena Nikolova, University of Groningen
 
Session 40: Student Funding
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Rosa Castro-Zarzur, University of Maryland - College Park
Session type: invited
 

Student preferences over fees, grants and loans
By Emilia Del Bono; University of Essex
Adeline Delavande; University of Essex
Angus Holford; University of Essex
   presented by: Angus Holford, University of Essex
 

Misallocation at University
By Pedro Luis Silva; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Pedro Luis Silva, University of Nottingham and CIPES
 

Unintended Consequences of Free College: Self-Selection into the Teaching Profession
By Rosa Castro-Zarzur; University of Maryland - College Park
Ricardo Espinoza; Organisation for Economic Co-operation a
Miguel Sarzosa; Purdue University
   presented by: Rosa Castro-Zarzur, University of Maryland - College Park
 
Session 41: Health and Health Policy
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Christine Dauth, IAB
Session type: invited
 

Do consumers respond to “sin taxes” heterogeneously? New evidence from the tax on sugary drinks using longitudinal scanner data
By Toni Mora; Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
Eleonora Fichera; University of Bath
Beatriz Lopez Valcarcel; Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
David Roche; Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
   presented by: Eleonora Fichera, University of Bath
 

Did feminism kill? Evidence from life-course smoking behavior in ten countries.
By Rebekka Christopoulou; University of Macedonia
   presented by: Rebekka Christopoulou, University of Macedonia
 

Drinking is Different! Examining the Role of Locus of Control for Alcohol Consumption
By Marco Caliendo; University of Potsdam
Juliane Hennecke; Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Juliane Hennecke, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Is private better than public? The effects of private health insurance on health and labor market outcomes
By Christine Dauth; IAB
Wolfgang Dauth; University of Wuerzburg
   presented by: Christine Dauth, IAB
 
Session 42: Neighbourhood Effects
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Melanie Luhrmann, Royal Holloway
Session type: invited
 

Do your neighbours matter? Evidence from Building Demolitions in Denmark
By Bence Boje-Kovacs
   presented by: Bence Boje-Kovacs,
 

Does culture affect financial literacy? Cross country evidence
By Kenneth De Beckker; KU Leuven
Kristof De Witte; KU Leuven
Geert Van Campenhout; KU Leuven
   presented by: Kenneth De Beckker, KU Leuven
 

Community Matters: Heterogeneous Impacts of a Sanitation Intervention
By Laura Abramovsky; Institute for Fiscal Studies
britta augsburg; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Melanie Luhrmann; Royal Holloway
Francisco Oteiza; University College London
Juan Pablo Rud; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Melanie Luhrmann, Royal Holloway
 
Session 43: Migration
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Jorge Gonzalez Chapela, Centro Universitario de la Defensa de Zaragoza
Session type: invited
 

Coming to stay or to go? Migration intentions and involved uncertainty
By Fabian Könings; University of Jena
Silke Uebelmesser; University of Jena
Tina Haussen; University of Jena
Stefan Toepfer; University of Jena
   presented by: Fabian Könings, University of Jena
 

EVALUATING THE INTERNAL LABOR MIGRATION EFFECTS OF PEACETIME COMPULSORY CONSCRIPTION
By Jorge Gonzalez Chapela; Centro Universitario de la Defensa de Zaragoza
   presented by: Jorge Gonzalez Chapela, Centro Universitario de la Defensa de Zaragoza
 
Session 44: Risky Behaviour
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Agne Suziedelyte, City, University of London
Session type: invited
 

Depression, Risk Preferences and Risk-taking Behavior
By Deborah Cobb-Clark; University of Sydney
Sarah Dahmann; The University of Sydney
Nathan Kettlewell; University of Sydney
   presented by: Nathan Kettlewell, University of Sydney
 

School starting age and risky health behavior
By Eva Johansen; Aarhus University
   presented by: Eva Johansen, Aarhus University
 

You Drink, You Drive, You Die? The Dynamics of Youth Risk Taking in Response to a Change in the Legal Drinking Age
By Stefan Boes; University of Lucerne
Steven Stillman; Free University of Bolzano
   presented by: Steven Stillman, Free University of Bolzano
 

Is it only a game? Video games and violence
By Agne Suziedelyte; City, University of London
   presented by: Agne Suziedelyte, City, University of London
 
Session 45: Education Tests and Performance
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Marisa Hidalgo-Hidalgo, University Pablo de Olavide, Seville
Session type: invited
 

Selection Bias Among Participants in High School Financial Literacy Programs: Evidence from PISA
By Laura Hospido; Banco de España and IZA
Ernesto Villanueva; Banco de España
   presented by: Ernesto Villanueva, Banco de España
 

The Impact of Indoor Climate on Human Cognition: Evidence from Chess Tournaments
By Steffen Künn; Maastricht University
Juan Palacios; Maastricht University
Nico Pestel; Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)
   presented by: Nico Pestel, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)
 

Ability to Sustain Test Performance and Remedial Education: Good news for girls
By Marianna Battaglia; University of Alicante
Marisa Hidalgo-Hidalgo; University Pablo de Olavide, Seville
   presented by: Marisa Hidalgo-Hidalgo, University Pablo de Olavide, Seville
 
Session 46: Family Policies
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: John Haisken-DeNew, University of Melbourne
Session type: invited
 

Did Communism Crowd-Out Family and Generalised Pro-Social Behaviour?
By Joan Costa-Font; London School of Economics
Anna Nicińska; University of Warsaw
   presented by: Anna Nicińska, University of Warsaw
 

Evaluating the housing, health, and service outcomes of an intensive support program for the chronically homeless in Australia
By Guy Johnson; RMIT Melbourne
Daniel Kuehnle; Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
YiPing Tseng; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Guy Johnson, RMIT Melbourne
 

Risk Adjustment and Early Academic Outcomes of Funded Children with Disability
By John Haisken-DeNew; University of Melbourne
Cain Polidano; University of Melbourne
Chris Ryan; The University of Melbourne
   presented by: John Haisken-DeNew, University of Melbourne
 
Session 47: Retirement
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Insa Weilage, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Session type: invited
 

Labor market effects of early retirement reforms
By Regina Riphahn; Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg
Rebecca Schrader; Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg
   presented by: Rebecca Schrader, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg
 

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

Idle time before retirement: resting or studying? An evaluation of part-time work
By Jens Ruhose; Leibniz Universität Hannover
Stephan Thomsen; Leibniz Universität Hannover
Insa Weilage; Leibniz Universität Hannover
   presented by: Insa Weilage, Leibniz Universität Hannover
 
Session 48: Vaccines, Health and Cognitive Outcomes
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Hans Henrik Sievertsen, University of Bristol
Session type: invited
 

Vaccines at Work
By Adrian Chadi; University of Konstanz
Manuel Hoffmann; Texas A&M University
Roberto Mosquera; Texas AM University
   presented by: Adrian Chadi, University of Konstanz
 

Does Economic Growth Induce Smoking?
By Yutian Yang; Rutgers University
   presented by: Yutian Yang, Rutgers University
 

Antibiotics and cognitive development of children
By Paul Bingley; VIVE
Hans Henrik Sievertsen; University of Bristol
Gerard van den Berg; University of Bristol
   presented by: Hans Henrik Sievertsen, University of Bristol
 
Session 49: Schooling and Inequality
June 21, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Ron Diris, Maastricht University
Session type: invited
 

Inequality of Educational Opportunities and the Role of Learning Intensity: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment in Germany.
By Sebastian Camarero Garcia; Centre for European Economic Research; University of Mannheim; CEP at LSE
   presented by: Sebastian Camarero Garcia, Centre for European Economic Research; University of Mannheim; CEP at LSE
 

Do Planning Prompts Increase Educational Success? Evidence from Randomized Controlled Trials in MOOCs
By Sylvi Rzepka; RWI
   presented by: Sylvi Rzepka, RWI
 

Taking PISA Seriously: How Accurate are Low-Stakes Exams?
By Pelin Akyol; Bilkent University
Kala Krishna; The Pennsylvania State University
Jinwen Wang; Penn State University
   presented by: Pelin Akyol, Bilkent University
 

The Heterogeneous Effects of Early Track Choice on Cognitive and Non-cognitive Skills
By Maria Cotofan; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Ron Diris; Maastricht University
Trudie Schils; Maastricht University School of Business and Economics
   presented by: Ron Diris, Maastricht University
 
Session 50: Job Loss
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Laura Jernström, University of Helsinki
Session type: contributed
 

Job loss, disability insurance and health expenditures
By Anikó Bíró; Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
   presented by: Anikó Bíró, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
 

The Costs of Job Loss, Occupational Mobility and Task Usage
By Krista Riukula; Etla Research Institute of the Finnish Economy
Antti Kauhanen; The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy
   presented by: Krista Riukula, Etla Research Institute of the Finnish Economy
 

Is a Sorrow Shared a Sorrow Doubled? - The Effect of Parental Job Loss on Adolescent Children’s Life Satisfaction
By Melanie Borah; Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
Christine Luecke; Otto von Guericke University
   presented by: Christine Luecke, Otto von Guericke University
 

Job Loss and Health Spillovers in the Family
By Christina Gathmann; Heidelberg University
Kristiina Huttunen; VATT and Aalto University
Laura Jernström; University of Helsinki
Lauri Sääksvuori
Robin Stitzing; Nokia Corporation
   presented by: Laura Jernström, University of Helsinki
 
Session 51: Child Care Policies
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Tuomas Kosonen, Labour Institute for Economic Research
Session type: contributed
 

The role of the career costs of children for the effect of public child care on fertility and maternal employment
By Katrin Huber; University of Passau
   presented by: Katrin Huber, University of Passau
 

Head Start and Mothers’ Work: Free Child Care or Something More?
By Ariel Pihl; University of Gothenburg
   presented by: Ariel Pihl, University of Gothenburg
 

The Effect of All-Day Primary School on Maternal Labor Supply in Germany
By Lukas Riedel; ZEW Mannheim
   presented by: Lukas Riedel, ZEW Mannheim
 

Home Care or Formal Day Care? The Effect of Home Care Allowance on Child Outcomes
By Jonathan Gruber; MIT
Kristiina Huttunen; VATT
Tuomas Kosonen; Labour Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Tuomas Kosonen, Labour Institute for Economic Research
 
Session 52: Beliefs and Human Capital Investment
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Marco Caliendo, University of Potsdam
Session type: invited
 

Raising aspirations of boys and girls through role models: Evidence from a field experiment
By Jennifer Golan; University of Bath
   presented by: Jennifer Golan, University of Bath
 

DIY or Ask Someone NIce?
By Steven Bosworth; University of Reading
Marina Della Giusta; University of Reading
   presented by: Marina Della Giusta, University of Reading
 

Who is to blame and what to do? Using stated preferences experiments to analyze the cause of low training participation among low-educated workers
By Annemarie Künn-Nelen; Maastricht University
   presented by: Annemarie Künn-Nelen, Maastricht University
 

Locus of Control and Investment in Training: New Evidence from an Employer/Employee Perspective
By Marco Caliendo; University of Potsdam
   presented by: Marco Caliendo, University of Potsdam
 
Session 53: Wealth and Inequality
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Mette Gørtz, University of Copenhagen
Session type: invited
 

Wealth Inequalities among Seniors: the Roles of Marital Histories across cohorts
By Carole Bonnet; Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques
Enrica Martino; INED (Paris), CHILD - Collegio Carlo Alberto
Benoît Rapoport; University Paris 1 - INED
Anne Solaz; INED (Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques)
   presented by: Anne Solaz, INED (Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques)
 

Parental Housing Wealth and Children’s Marriage Prospects in China - Evidence from CHARLS
By Ya Gao; University of Groningen
Viola Angelini; University of Groningen
Rob Alessie; University of Groningen
   presented by: Ya Gao, University of Groningen
 

Redistribution of individual pension wealth to survivor pensions: Evidence from a Stated Preferences Analysis
By Raymond Montizaan; Maastricht University
   presented by: Raymond Montizaan, Maastricht University
 

Do Elderly Parent's Intended Bequest Share Vary with a Child's Living Proximity and Material Support? Evidence from the Singapore Life Panel
By Christine Ho; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Christine Ho, Singapore Management University
 

The Wealth of Parents: Trends over Time in Assortative Mating Based on Parental Wealth
By Mette Gørtz; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Mette Gørtz, University of Copenhagen
 
Session 54: Work and Pensions
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Han Ye, University of Mannheim
Session type: invited
 

Pension Incentives and Labor Force Participation: Evidence from the Introduction of Universal Old-Age Assistance in the UK
By Philipp Jäger; RWI- Leibniz-Institute for Economic Research
Matthias Giesecke; RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Res
   presented by: Philipp Jäger, RWI- Leibniz-Institute for Economic Research
 

Mind the Gap! The effect of an increased UK State Pension Age on expected working life of employees
By Ricky Kanabar; University of Bath
   presented by: Ricky Kanabar, University of Bath
 

Pension Reforms and Firm Behavior: The Role of Wage Structures
By Wolfgang Frimmel; University of Linz
   presented by: Wolfgang Frimmel, University of Linz
 

Work Longer or Save More: the Effect of Pension Reform on Saving
By Han Ye; University of Mannheim
Stefan Etgeton; German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
Björn Fischer; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Han Ye, University of Mannheim
 
Session 55: Gender Differences and Beliefs
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Sarah Smith, University of Bristol
Session type: invited
 

Gender, Competition and Performance: Evidence from Real Tournaments
By Maria Cubel; University of Bath
   presented by: Maria Cubel, University of Bath
 

Task difficulty and the gender gap in competitiveness: Evidence from the field
By Britta Hoyer; Paderborn University
Thomas van Huizen; Utrecht University
Linda Keijzer; Utrecht University
Stephanie Rosenkranz; Utrecht University
Sarah Rezaei; Utrecht University
Bastian Westbrock; Utrecht University
   presented by: Thomas van Huizen, Utrecht University
 

How Do Beliefs about the Gender Wage Gap Affect Demand for Public Policy?
By Sonja Settele; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Sonja Settele, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

Gender differences in goal-setting: Evidence from fundraising
By Sarah Smith; University of Bristol
   presented by: Sarah Smith, University of Bristol
 
Session 56: Refugee Policy
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Madhinee Valeyatheepillay, ifo Institute
Session type: invited
 

The 2015 European Refugee Crisis and Residential Housing Rents in Germany
By Kathleen Kürschner Rauck; Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
Michael Kvasnicka; Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
   presented by: Kathleen Kürschner Rauck, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
 

Human capital transferability and migrants’ labor market integration – Evidence from a new recognition framework in Germany
By Silke Anger; Institute for Employment Research
Jacopo Bassetto; University of Trento
Malte Sandner; Institute for Employment Research
   presented by: Jacopo Bassetto, University of Trento
 

The effect of asylum policy on asylum flows: Changes in overall policy, family migration regulation, and readmission agreements
By Marianne Roed; Institute for Social Research
Pål Schøne; Institute for social research
   presented by: Pål Schøne, Institute for social research
 

On the Anatomy of a Refugee Dispersal Policy: Neighborhood Integration and Dynamic Sorting
By Madhinee Valeyatheepillay; ifo Institute
   presented by: Madhinee Valeyatheepillay, ifo Institute
 
Session 57: Mortality
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Robert Stelter, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
Session type: invited
 

The Retirement Mortality Puzzle: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design
By Matthias Giesecke; RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Res
   presented by: Matthias Giesecke, RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Res
 

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

The benefits of Knowledge: Mortality Expectations, Sexual Behavior and and Forward Looking Decisions
By Alberto Ciancio; University of Pennsylvania
Adeline Delavande; University of Essex
Hans-Peter Kohler; University of Pennsylvania, USA
Iliana Kohler; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Adeline Delavande, University of Essex
 

Social status, war, medical knowledge, and the timing of life expectancy improvements among Germanic scholars over the fifteenth to nineteenth centuries.
By Robert Stelter; Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
David de la Croix; Université catholique Louvain
Mikko Myrskylä; Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
   presented by: Robert Stelter, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
 
Session 58: Peer Effects
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Camden
 
Session Chair: Greta Morando, Royal Holloway
Session type: invited
 

The Effect Of Group Formation and Differentiated Instruction on Learning Outcomes. Evidence from Two Randomised Experiments.
By Kaat Iterbeke; KU Leuven
Kristof De Witte; KU Leuven
Wouter Schelfhout; Antwerp University
Koen Declercq; KU Leuven
   presented by: Kaat Iterbeke, KU Leuven
 

What Drives Ability Peer Effects?
By Max Coveney
Matthijs Oosterveen; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Matthijs Oosterveen, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

Diversity, Performance and Educational Choices
By Elena Lisauskaite; Royal Holloway, University of London
Arnaud Chevalier; Royal Holloway, University of London
Ingo Isphording; IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
   presented by: Elena Lisauskaite, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

Foreign Peer Effects in Higher Education
By Julian Costas-Fernandez; University of Essex
Greta Morando; Royal Holloway
   presented by: Greta Morando, Royal Holloway
 
Session 59: Labour Relations
June 22, 2019 9:00 to 11:00
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Milena Nikolova, University of Groningen
Session type: invited
 

Cognitive Load and Occupational Injuries
By Eric Bonsang; Université Paris-Dauphine - PSL Researc
   presented by: Eric Bonsang, Université Paris-Dauphine - PSL Researc
 

Demographic change, collective wage bargaining and pay-as-you-go social security
By Max Friese; University of Rostock
   presented by: Max Friese, University of Rostock
 

Does Customer or Coworker Discrimination Prompt Employer advertisements for Attractive Employees ?
By Yuanting Wu; Rutgers University
   presented by: Yuanting Wu, Rutgers University
 

What Makes Work Meaningful And Why Economists Should Care About It
By Milena Nikolova; University of Groningen
Puck Otten; University of Groningen
   presented by: Milena Nikolova, University of Groningen
 

The Impact of Mandatory Military Service. Evidence from Spain
By Julio Caceres-Delpiano; Universidad Carlos III
   presented by: Julio Caceres-Delpiano, Universidad Carlos III
 
Session 60: Birth order and Family Size Effects
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Martina Zweimüller, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Session type: invited
 

Boys Don't Cry (Nor Do the Dishes): Family Size and the Housework Gender Gap
By Anthony Lepinteur; University of Luxembourg
Giorgia Menta; University of Luxembourg
   presented by: Anthony Lepinteur, University of Luxembourg
 

The Evolution of Birth Order Effects through Generations
By Jee-Yeon Lehmann; Analysis Group
Ana Nuevo-Chiquero; University of Edinburgh
Marian Vidal-Fernandez; University of Sydney
   presented by: Ana Nuevo-Chiquero, University of Edinburgh
 

Son preference, birth order and cognitive skills in early childhood
By Cara Ebert; University of Goettingen
Sebastian Vollmer; University of Goettingen
   presented by: Cara Ebert, University of Goettingen
 

Birth order, parental health investment and health in childhood
By Gerald Pruckner; Johannes Kepler University of Linz
Nicole Schneeweis; Johannes Kepler University Linz
Thomas Schober; Johannes Kepler University Linz
Martina Zweimüller; Johannes Kepler University Linz
   presented by: Martina Zweimüller, Johannes Kepler University Linz
 
Session 61: Special Session: The role of higher education in social mobility
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Matt Dickson, University of Bath
Session type: invited
 

Is 'first in the family' a good indicator for widening university participation?
By Anna Adamecz-Volgyi; UCL
Nikki Shure; University College London Institute of Education
Morag Henderson; UCL Institute of Education
   presented by: Nikki Shure, University College London Institute of Education
 

Higher Education Funding Reforms: A Comprehensive Analysis of Educational and Labour Market Outcomes in England
By Ghazala Azmat; Sciences Po
Stefania Simion; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Stefania Simion, University of Edinburgh
 

Selective education and university outcomes: the winners and losers
By Simon Burgess; University of Bristol
Lindsey Macmillan; UCL
   presented by: Lindsey Macmillan, UCL
 

The returns to higher education: new evidence from administrative data in the UK
By Jack Britton; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Matt Dickson; University of Bath
   presented by: Jack Britton, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

The impact of post-graduate qualifications on the early career earnings of UK graduates: evidence from administrative data
By Matt Dickson; University of Bath
   presented by: Matt Dickson, University of Bath
 
Session 62: Preschool Investments and Child Outcomes
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Emma Tominey, University of York
Session type: invited
 

Parental Investment and Peer Effects in Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills
By Yasemin Özdemir; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Yasemin Özdemir, University of Mannheim
 

Parental Love Is Not Blind: Identifying Selection into Early School Start
By Ainhoa Aparicio-Fenoll; Collegio Carlo Alberto
   presented by: Ainhoa Aparicio-Fenoll, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

The Productivity of Preschool Parental Inputs on Child Ability: Inequality by Household Income and Time Resources
By Cheti Nicoletti; University of York
Kjell Salvanes; NHH
Emma Tominey; University of York
   presented by: Emma Tominey, University of York
 
Session 63: Gender Differences and Skills
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Khanh Van Phan, University of Bath
Session type: invited
 

Gender Differences in the Skill Content of Jobs
By Rita Peto; Central European University
Balázs Reizer; Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
   presented by: Balázs Reizer, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
 

General versus Job-Specific Skills and Gender Gaps in the Labor Market
By Cristina Bellés Obrero; University of Mannheim
Emma Duchini; University of Warwick
   presented by: Cristina Bellés Obrero, University of Mannheim
 

Gender Wage Gap Trends in Europe: The Role of Occupational Skill Prices
By Ezgi Kaya; Cardiff University
   presented by: Ezgi Kaya, Cardiff University
 

The Role of Work Values and Characteristics in the Human Capital Investment by Gays and Lesbians
By Ian Burn; Stockholm University
   presented by: Ian Burn, Stockholm University
 

Gender differences in employment allocation: The case of urban Vietnam
By Khanh Van Phan; University of Bath
Thanos Mergoupis; University of Bath
John Sessions; Newcastle University
   presented by: Khanh Van Phan, University of Bath
 
Session 64: Refugees
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Andreas Hauptmann, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Session type: invited
 

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

Using smartphone technology for research on refugees – Evidence from Germany
By Christoph Sajons; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Christoph Sajons, University of Mannheim
 

Early Employment Support for Refugees: Quasi-experimental Evidence
By Jacob Arendt; The Rockwool Foundation
   presented by: Jacob Arendt, The Rockwool Foundation
 

Let their Knowledge Flow: The Effect of Returning Refugees on Export Performance in the Former Yugoslavia
By Andreas Hauptmann; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Andreas Hauptmann, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 
Session 65: Minimum Wage
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Jonas Feld, Trier University / IAAEU
Session type: contributed
 

Minimum Wages, Employment and Prices – A Case Study of the Hairdressing Industry
By Max Kunaschk; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Max Kunaschk, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 

Measurement error, treatment effect dilution, and data aggregation: implications for minimum wage evaluations
By Christian Westermeier; IAB Nuremberg
Mario Bossler; Institute for Employment Research
   presented by: Christian Westermeier, IAB Nuremberg
 

The Institutional Margin of Adjustment to Import Competition: Evidence from Italian Minimum Wages
By Alessia Matano; University of Barcelona
Paolo Naticchioni; University of Roma Tre
Francesco Vona; OFCE SciencesPo and SKEMA Business School
   presented by: Alessia Matano, University of Barcelona
 

Are Minimum Wages Affecting Immigration Rates? Evidence from EU Countries.
By Jonas Feld; Trier University / IAAEU
   presented by: Jonas Feld, Trier University / IAAEU
 
Session 66: High School Performance
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Deni Mazrekaj, KU Leuven
Session type: invited
 

Variance in pupil attainment since 2003: how important is the school attended?
By David Wilkinson; UCL Institute of Education
Mira Fischer; WZB Berlin Social Science Center
Alex Bryson; UCL
Lucy Stokes; NIESR
   presented by: David Wilkinson, UCL Institute of Education
 

High Stakes Testing and Student Achievement
By David Kiss; Leibniz University Hannover
Giorgio Brunello; University of Padova
   presented by: David Kiss, Leibniz University Hannover
 

The effect of grade retention on secondary school dropout: Evidence from a natural experiment
By Maria Ferreira Sequeda; Maastricht University
   presented by: Maria Ferreira Sequeda, Maastricht University
 

Sports Club Vouchers and Children’s Health Behavior
By Jan Marcus; University of Hamburg, DIW Berlin
Thomas Siedler; Universität Hamburg
Nicolas Ziebarth; Cornell University
   presented by: Thomas Siedler, Universität Hamburg
 

Does a High School Diploma Matter? Evidence Using Regression Discontinuity Design
By Deni Mazrekaj; KU Leuven
Sofie Cabus; KU Leuven
   presented by: Deni Mazrekaj, KU Leuven
 
Session 67: Family, Work and Gender
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, University of Linz and IHS, Vienna
Session type: invited
 

Family Changes and Income Distribution in Brazil: Reconsidering Falling Inequality
By Ana Maria Hermeto Oliveira; CEDEPLAR-UFMG
   presented by: Ana Maria Hermeto Oliveira, CEDEPLAR-UFMG
 

Overwork in Spouse’s Degree Field and the Labor Market Outcomes of Skilled Women
By Terra McKinnish; University of Colorado
   presented by: Terra McKinnish, University of Colorado
 

Commuting Time and Female Labor Force Participation
By Lídia Farré; Universitat de Barcelona
Jordi Jofre-Monseny; Universitat de Barcelona & IEB
Juan Torrecillas; Universitat de Barcelona
   presented by: Lídia Farré, Universitat de Barcelona
 

Gender Differences in Active Aging: Findings from a new individual-level index for selected European countries
By Rudolf Winter-Ebmer; University of Linz and IHS, Vienna
   presented by: Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, University of Linz and IHS, Vienna
 
Session 68: Income Inequality
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Almudena Sevilla, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON, UCL
Session type: invited
 

Impoverishing or Improving? The Impact of the Chinese Cultural Revolution on Lifetime Income
By Jiyuan Wang; University of Groningen
   presented by: Jiyuan Wang, University of Groningen
 

Another look at whether the rich save more: evidence from a survey experiment
By Mike Brewer; University of Essex
Jonathan Burton; University of Essex
Thomas Crossley; University of Essex
Paul Fisher; University of Essex
Alessandra Gaia; City University
Annette Jackle; University of Essex
Joachim Winter; University of Munich
   presented by: Paul Fisher, University of Essex
 

Investment Losses and Inequality
By Maximilian Wenzel; Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Maximilian Wenzel, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Parental Time Investments and Instantaneous Well-being in the United States
By Jose Ignacio Gimenez-Na; University of Zaragoza
Almudena Sevilla; UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON, UCL
   presented by: Almudena Sevilla, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON, UCL
 
Session 69: Unemployment and Work
June 22, 2019 11:30 to 13:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Patrick Arni, University of Bristol and IZA, CESifo
Session type: invited
 

Search Capital and Unemployment Duration
By Cristina Lafuente; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Cristina Lafuente, University of Edinburgh
 

Interaction of public and private employment: Evidence from a German government move
By Philipp vom Berge; Institute for Employment Research Nuremberg
Giulia Faggio; University of London
Teresa Schlueter; London School of Economics
   presented by: Philipp vom Berge, Institute for Employment Research Nuremberg
 

Gender Bias and Career Progression: Evidence from Central Banking
By Laura Hospido; Banco de España and IZA
Luc Laeven; European Central Bank
Ana Lamo; DG-Research,
   presented by: Laura Hospido, Banco de España and IZA
 

Are Weak Ties Strong? How Information on Social Search Affects Job Finding
By Patrick Arni; University of Bristol and IZA, CESifo
   presented by: Patrick Arni, University of Bristol and IZA, CESifo
 
Session 70: Well-being
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
The Tank Room at the Bath Brew House
 
Session Chair: Jan van Ours, Erasmus School of Economics
Session type: invited
 

Election Outcomes and Individual Well-being: Evidence from British Panel Data
By Harry Pickard; University of Sheffield
Daniel Gray; University of Sheffield
Luke Munford; University of Manchester
   presented by: Harry Pickard, University of Sheffield
 

Are Schools Different? Wellbeing and Commitment Among Staff in Schools and Elsewhere
By Alex Bryson; UCL
Lucy Stokes; NIESR
David Wilkinson; UCL
   presented by: Alex Bryson, UCL
 

Well-Being and Social Integration Among Long-Term Unemployed People: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from an Ongoing Job Creation Scheme
By Boris Ivanov; ZEW Mannheim
Laura Pohlan; ZEW Mannheim, IAB Nürnberg
Friedhelm Pfeiffer; ZEW Mannheim, University of Mannheim
   presented by: Boris Ivanov, ZEW Mannheim
 

What a drag it is getting old? Revisiting the relationship between age and subjective well-being
By Jan van Ours; Erasmus School of Economics
   presented by: Jan van Ours, Erasmus School of Economics
 
Session 71: Parental Leave Policies
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Bath Function Room
 
Session Chair: Barbara Pertold-Gebicka, Charles University
Session type: invited
 

Is Longer Maternal Care Always Beneficial? The Impact of a Four-year Paid Parental Leave
By Alena Bicakova; CERGE-EI
Klara Kaliskova; CERGE-EI; University of Economics, Prague
   presented by: Alena Bicakova, CERGE-EI
 

Parental Leave from the Firm's Perspective
By Astrid Kunze; NHH Norwegian School of Economics
   presented by: Astrid Kunze, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
 

The Effect of Prenatal Maternity Leave on Short and Long-term Child Outcomes
By Alexander Ahammer; Johannes Kepler University Linz
Martin Halla; Johannes Kepler University of Linz
Nicole Schneeweis; Johannes Kepler University Linz
   presented by: Nicole Schneeweis, Johannes Kepler University Linz
 

Teach Your Children Well – Determinants and Consequences of Parenting Styles
By Thomas Dohmen; University Bonn
Bart Golsteyn; Maastricht University
Lena Lindahl; Stockholm University
Gerard Pfann; Maastricht University
Andre Richter; Stockholm University
   presented by: Bart Golsteyn, Maastricht University
 

Parental Leave Length and Mothers’ Careers: What Can Be Inferred from Occupational Allocation?
By Barbara Pertold-Gebicka; Charles University
   presented by: Barbara Pertold-Gebicka, Charles University
 
Session 72: Teachers and Market for Teachers
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Lansdown 1
 
Session Chair: Stan Vermeulen, Maastricht University
Session type: invited
 

Do you speak my language? The effect of sharing a teacher's native language on student achievement
By Kelvin KC Seah; National University of Singapore & IZA
   presented by: Kelvin KC Seah, National University of Singapore & IZA
 

It's Graduation Time! The Impact of Deregulating Professional Licensing on Late Graduation
By Patrizia Ordine; Università degli Studi della Calabria
Giuseppe Rose; Università degli Studi della Calabria
   presented by: Giuseppe Rose, Università degli Studi della Calabria
 

Value-added measurement under high teacher turnover
By Ana Balcão Reis; Nova SBE
Pedro Carneiro; UCL
Rodrigo Ferreira; Nova SBE
Pedro Freitas; Nova SBE
Luis Nunes; Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Carmo Seabra; Nova School of Business and Economics, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
   presented by: Pedro Freitas, Nova SBE
 

The Impact of an Online Teacher Professional Development Module on Student Achievement. Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial.
By Boukje Compen; University of Antwerp
Kristof De Witte; KU Leuven
Koen Declercq; KU Leuven
Wouter Schelfhout; University of Antwerp
   presented by: Boukje Compen, University of Antwerp
 

Teacher-student assortative matching and student achievement
By Stan Vermeulen; Maastricht University
   presented by: Stan Vermeulen, Maastricht University
 
Session 73: Technology and Polarization
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Lansdown 2
 
Session Chair: Frank Fossen, University of Nevada, Reno
Session type: invited
 

Labor Supply and Automation Innovation
By Alexander Danzer; KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Carsten Feuerbaum; KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Fabian Gaessler; MPI for Innovation and Competition
   presented by: Carsten Feuerbaum, KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
 

The Risk of Routine Work: Worker-level dynamics of job polarization
By Femke Cnossen; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
   presented by: Femke Cnossen, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
 

Labour Market Polarisation and Monopsony Power
By Ronald Bachmann; RWI
Gökay Demir; RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
Hanna Frings; RWI
   presented by: Gökay Demir, RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
 

Of Smart Machines and Skilled Humans: The Effects of Digitalization of Work on Entry into Entrepreneurship, New Wage Employment, and Non-Employment
By Frank Fossen; University of Nevada, Reno
Alina Sorgner; John Cabot University Rome
   presented by: Frank Fossen, University of Nevada, Reno
 
Session 74: Marriage and Family
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Kingsmead 1
 
Session Chair: Yeorim Kim, VU Amsterdam/ DNB / Tinbergen Institute
Session type: invited
 

The economic consequences of marital separation for parents: Evidence from New Zealand administrative data
By Michael Fletcher; Victoria University of Wellington
   presented by: Michael Fletcher, Victoria University of Wellington
 

House prices and divorce in Spain
By Rafael González-Val; Universidad de Zaragoza & Institut d'Economia de Barcelona (IEB)
Miriam Marcén; Universidad de Zaragoza
   presented by: Rafael González-Val, Universidad de Zaragoza & Institut d'Economia de Barcelona (IEB)
 

Division of Household Labor and Relationship Dissolution in Denmark 2001-2009: What Can We Learn from Linked Time Use and Longitudinal Administrative Data?
By Gert Thielemans; University of Antwerp
Peter Fallesen; Stockholm University
Dimitri Mortelmans; University of Antwerp
   presented by: Gert Thielemans, University of Antwerp
 

Till debt do us part: strategic divorces and a test of moral hazard
By Yeorim Kim; VU Amsterdam/ DNB / Tinbergen Institute
Mauro Mastrogiacomo; VU Amsterdam/ DNB
Stefan Hochguertel; VU Amsterdam
Hans Bloemen; VU Amsterdam
   presented by: Yeorim Kim, VU Amsterdam/ DNB / Tinbergen Institute
 
Session 75: Population Health
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Kingsmead 2
 
Session Chair: Martin Halla, Johannes Kepler University of Linz
Session type: invited
 

Over-indebtedness and age: the effects on individual health
By Elena Bárcena-Martín; Universidad de Málaga
Maite Blazquez Cuesta; universidad autonoma de madrid
Santiago Budria; Universidad Nebrija
Ana I. MORO-EGIDO; University of Granada
   presented by: Ana I. MORO-EGIDO, University of Granada
 

Corrupted Health. The impact of corruption on chronic diseases.
By Lorenzo Ferrari; University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Francesco Salustri; University of Oxford
   presented by: Francesco Salustri, University of Oxford
 

What drives regional differences in Body Mass Index? Evidence from Spain
By Antonio Di Paolo; University of Barcelona
   presented by: Antonio Di Paolo, University of Barcelona
 

The Effect of Superstition on Health: Evidence from the Taiwanese Ghost Month
By Martin Halla; Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Aust
Chia-Lun Liu; Lehigh University
Jin-Tan Liu; National Taiwan University
   presented by: Martin Halla, Johannes Kepler University of Linz
 
Session 76: Migration and Assimilation
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Walcot
 
Session Chair: Akira Shimada, Nagasaki University, Japan
Session type: invited
 

Immigrant Wage Assimilation in Denmark: The Role of Firms
By Andrei Gorshkov; Aarhus University
   presented by: Andrei Gorshkov, Aarhus University
 

Heterogeneity in Marginal Returns to Language Training of Immigrants
By Matthias Giesecke; RWI - Leibniz Institute for Economic Res
Eric Schuss; Institute for Employment Research
   presented by: Eric Schuss, Institute for Employment Research
 

International migration flows and policies
By Christoph Deuster; United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
   presented by: Christoph Deuster, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs
 

Can a Host Country Increase Human Capital by Accepting Study Migrants?
By Akira Shimada; Nagasaki University, Japan
   presented by: Akira Shimada, Nagasaki University, Japan
 
Session 77: Methods and Data
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Bathwick
 
Session Chair: Suncica Vujic, University of Antwerp
Session type: invited
 

Benefit underreporting in survey data and its consequences for measuring non-take-up: new evidence from linked administrative and survey data
By Kerstin Bruckmeier; Institute for Employment Research
Regina Riphahn; FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Jürgen Wiemers; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Jürgen Wiemers, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 

Individualism and Cognitive Skills – Evidence from a Large-Scale Skill Assessment
By Katharina Hartinger; Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Sven Resnjanskij; ifo Institute
Simon Wiederhold; Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingo
   presented by: Sven Resnjanskij, ifo Institute
 

MEASUREMENT ERROR IN LONGITUDINAL EARNINGS DATA: EVIDENCE FOR GERMANY
By Matthias Umkehrer; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Achim Schmillen; The World Bank
Till von Wachter; UCLA
   presented by: Matthias Umkehrer, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
 

FOI as a Data Collection Tool for Economists
By Joanna Clifton-Sprigg; The University of Bath
Jonathan James; University of Bath
Suncica Vujic; University of Antwerp
   presented by: Suncica Vujic, University of Antwerp
 
Session 78: Gender and Work
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Widcombe
 
Session Chair: Patrick Bennett, Norwegian School of Economics
Session type: invited
 

Which students apply for and succeed in STEM higher education? An analysis using Dutch registry data
By Melvin Vooren; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Melvin Vooren, University of Amsterdam
 

The impact of automation on the gender pay gap
By Julia Philipp; London School of Economics
   presented by: Julia Philipp, London School of Economics
 

Parental Labour Supply Responses to the Abolition of Daycare Fees
By Astrid Pape; Freie Universität Berlin
Mathias Huebener; DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research
Katharina Spiess; DIW Berlin and Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Astrid Pape, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Women and Resource Windfalls: The Norwegian Oil Boom
By Patrick Bennett; Norwegian School of Economics
Chiara Ravetti; University of Oxford
Po Yin Wong; NHH Norwegian School of Economics
   presented by: Patrick Bennett, Norwegian School of Economics
 
Session 79: Crime and Children
June 22, 2019 14:30 to 16:30
Camden
 
Session Chair: Martti Kaila, University of Helsinki
Session type: invited
 

The hidden costs of the Mexican Drug War: The effects on students’ school performance
By Diego Cortes; University of Mainz
Reyn Van Ewijk; University of Mainz
   presented by: Reyn Van Ewijk, University of Mainz
 

The Effects of a Stepwise Minimum Legal Drinking Age Legislation on Mortality - Evidence from Germany
By Raffael Kamalow
Thomas Siedler; Universität Hamburg
   presented by: Raffael Kamalow,
 

Shaking Criminal Incentives
By Yu Aoki; University of Aberdeen and IZA
Theodore Koutmeridis; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Yu Aoki, University of Aberdeen and IZA
 

Child Access Prevention Laws and Juvenile Firearm-Related Suicides
By D. Mark Anderson; Montana State University
Joseph Sabia; San Diego State University, University of New Hampshire & IZA
ERDAL Tekin; American University and NBER
   presented by: Joseph Sabia, San Diego State University, University of New Hampshire & IZA
 

Shared Punishment: The Impact of Incarcerating Fathers on Child Outcomes
By Kristiina Huttunen; VATT and Aalto University
Martti Kaila; University of Helsinki
   presented by: Martti Kaila, University of Helsinki
 

 

Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Abrahamsson, SaraP38
2Adamecz-Volgyi, AnnaP13, C13
3Ajala, OlubunmiP18, C18
4Akar, BetulP31
5Akyol, PelinP49
6Andersen, Carsten BerthramP1
7Aoki, YuP79
8Aparicio-Fenoll, AinhoaP62
9Arenas-Arroyo, EstherP25
10Arendt, JacobP64
11Arni, PatrickP69, C69
12Arold, BenjaminP31
13Özdemir, YaseminP62
14Bancalari, AntonellaP39
15Bassetto, JacopoP56
16Bíró, AnikóP50
17Begerow, TatjanaP11, C11
18Bejenariu Tudor, SimonaP30
19Bellés Obrero, CristinaP63
20Belot, MicheleP5, C5
21Bennett, PatrickP78, C78
22Bergemann, AnnetteP14
23Bergeot, JulienP47
24Bicakova, AlenaP71
25Bingley, PaulP16, C16
26Bizopoulou, AspasiaP19
27Boje-Kovacs, BenceP42
28Bonsang, EricP59
29Bordon, PaolaP14
30Bray, KerryP3
31Bredtmann, JuliaP64
32Britton, JackP61
33Bryson, AlexP70
34Burn, IanP63
35CAAMAL-OLVERA, CINTHYAP35
36Caceres-Delpiano, JulioP59
37Caliendo, MarcoP52, C52
38Camarero Garcia, SebastianP49
39Castro-Zarzur, RosaP40, C40
40Chadi, AdrianP48
41Christopoulou, RebekkaP41
42Clifton-Sprigg, JoannaP7, C7
43Cnossen, FemkeP73
44Cobb-Clark, DeborahP33, C33
45Collischon, MatthiasP11
46Corekcioglu, GozdeP17
47Cubel, MariaP55
48Dahmann, SarahP20
49Dale-Olsen, HaraldP7
50Dauth, ChristineP41, C41
51De Beckker, KennethP42
52De Paola, MariaP5
53Delavande, AdelineP57
54Della Giusta, MarinaP52
55Demir, GökayP73
56Deuster, ChristophP76
57Devereux, Paul J.P14, C14
58Di Paolo, AntonioP75
59Dickson, MattP61, C61
60Dimova, RalitzaP29
61Diris, RonP49, C49
62Duchini, EmmaP3
63Ebert, CaraP60
64Everding, JakobP1
65Farré, LídiaP67
66Feld, JonasP65, C65
67Fendel, TanjaP37
68Fernandez Sierra, ManuelP4
69Fernández Salgado, MariñaP21
70Ferreira, PriscilaP4, C4
71Ferreira Sequeda, MariaP66
72Feuerbaum, CarstenP73
73Fichera, EleonoraP41
74Fischer, BenjaminP16
75Fisher, PaulP68
76Fisher, HayleyP17, C17
77Fletcher, MichaelP74
78Font Gilabert, PaulinoP11
79Fossen, FrankP73, C73
80Francesconi, MarcoP3, C3
81Freitas, PedroP72
82Friese, MaxP59
83Frimmel, WolfgangP54
84Gao, YaP53
85Garcia Hombrados, JorgeP17
86Gørtz, MetteP53, C53
87Giesecke, MatthiasP57
88Golan, JenniferP52
89Golsteyn, BartP71
90Gonzalez, LibertadP12, C12
91Gonzalez Chapela, JorgeP43, C43
92González-Val, RafaelP74
93Gorshkov, AndreiP76
94Graeber, DanielP1, C1
95Gyori, MarioP38, C38
96Haisken-DeNew, JohnP46, C46
97Hajdu, GaborP21
98Halla, MartinP75, C75
99Hauptmann, AndreasP64, C64
100Heining, JörgP18
101Hennecke, JulianeP41
102Herault, ArnaudP19
103Hidalgo-Hidalgo, MarisaP45, C45
104Hirani, JonasP9
105Ho, ChristineP53
106Holford, AngusP40
107Hospido, LauraP69
108Huang, YueP27
109Huber, KatrinP51
110Huttunen, KristiinaP21, C21
111Ingwersen, KaiP35
112Isopi, AlessiaP26, D26
113Iterbeke, KaatP58
114Ivanov, BorisP70
115Jahn, ElkeP8
116James, JonathanP9, C9
117Játiva, XimenaP39
118Jäger, PhilippP54
119Jernström, LauraP50, C50
120Jewell, SarahP4
121Johansen, EvaP44
122Johnson, GuyP46
123Joshi, HeatherP26, C26
124Kaila, MarttiP79, C79
125Kamalow, RaffaelP79
126Kanabar, RickyP54
127Kanas, AgnieszkaC25
128Karagiannaki, EleniP10
129Kassenboehmer, SonjaP36
130Kaya, EzgiP63
131Kazakova, YuliyaP2
132Könings, FabianP43
133Künn-Nelen, AnnemarieP52
134Kürschner Rauck, KathleenP56
135Kerr, MadisonP6
136Kettlewell, NathanP44
137Khan, MahaP30
138Kiessling, LukasP22
139Kim, YeorimP74, C74
140Kiss, DavidP66
141Kopp, DanielP25
142Kosonen, TuomasP51, C51
143Kunaschk, MaxP65
144Kunze, AstridP71
145Lafuente, CristinaP69
146Lepinteur, AnthonyP60
147Lindahl, MikaelP22, C22
148Lisauskaite, ElenaP58
149Liu, ChangP38
150Lombardi, MariaP36, C36
151Luecke, ChristineP50
152Luhrmann, MelanieP42, C42
153Lyssiotou, PanayiotaP32
154Macmillan, LindseyP61
155Maragkou, KonstantinaP20
156Matano, AlessiaP65
157Mazrekaj, DeniP66, C66
158McKinnish, TerraP67
159Mergoupis, ThanosP34
160Metzing, MariaP36
161Mikula, StepanP24
162Montizaan, RaymondP53
163Morando, GretaP58, C58
164MORO-EGIDO, Ana I.P75
165Morris, DamonP34
166Naghavi, ArashP7
167Nicińska, AnnaP46
168Nicoletti, ChetiP15, C15
169Nikolova, MilenaP39, C39, P59, C59
170Nocito, SamuelP24
171Nuevo-Chiquero, AnaP60
172Nurminen, MikkoP9
173Okten, CaglaP27, C27
174Oliveira, Ana Maria HermetoP67
175Oosterveen, MatthijsP58
176Oreffice, SoniaP2
177Ostermann, KerstinP15
178Ozcan, BerkayP26
179Pape, AstridP78
180Papps, KerryP23
181Pertold-Gebicka, BarbaraP71, C71
182Pestel, NicoP45
183Peter, FraukeP27
184Phan, Khanh VanP63, C63
185Philipp, JuliaP78
186Pickard, HarryP70
187Pihl, ArielP51
188Plug, ErikP20, C20
189Plum, AlexanderP8
190Pora, PierreP6
191Preuss, MalteP5
192Rangvid, Beatrice S.P31, C31
193Rawlings, SamanthaP10
194Reizer, BalázsP63
195Resnjanskij, SvenP77
196Riedel, LukasP51
197Riukula, KristaP50
198Rose, GiuseppeP72
199Rzepka, SylviP49
200Sabia, JosephP79
201Saif, SalwanP37
202Sajons, ChristophP64
203Salustri, FrancescoP75
204Sander, SarahP28, C28
205Sandner, MalteP6, C6
206Santini, PaoloP23, C23
207Santos, JoãoP13
208Schøne, PålP56
209Schneeweis, NicoleP71
210Schrader, RebeccaP47
211Schultze, GabrielP23
212Schurer, StefanieP2, C2
213Schuss, EricP76
214Seah, Kelvin KCP72
215Seckler, MatthiasP4
216See, Sarah GraceP29
217Sen, SonkurtP28
218Settele, SonjaP55
219Sevilla, AlmudenaP68, C68
220Shimada, AkiraP76, C76
221Shure, NikkiP61
222Sievertsen, Hans HenrikP48, C48
223Silva, Pedro LuisP40
224Simion, StefaniaP61
225Smith, SarahP55, C55
226Solaz, AnneP53
227Sonedda, DanielaP16
228Sorensen, ToddP37, C37
229Steingrimsdottir, HerdisP29, C29
230Stelter, RobertP57, C57
231Stijepic, DamirP24, C24
232Stillman, StevenP44
233Stockinger, BastianP8, C8
234Stoppel, RelikaP57
235Strazzeri, MaurizioP24
236Sturm, PatrickP33
237Suarez, MilenaP38
238Suziedelyte, AgneP44, C44
239Theisen, TheisP28
240Thielemans, GertP74
241Tobback, IlseP34
242Tominey, EmmaP62, C62
243Tonei, ValentinaP33
244Torrecillas, JuanP15
245Trommlerova, SofiaP13
246Umkehrer, MatthiasP77
247Valeyatheepillay, MadhineeP56, C56
248Vall Castello, JuditP10, C10
249Vallizadeh, EhsanP25
250Van Ewijk, ReynP79
251van Huizen, ThomasP55
252van Ours, JanP70, C70
253Vermeulen, StanP72, C72
254Villanueva, ErnestoP45
255Visschers, LudoP19, C19
256Vitt, NicolaiP5
257vom Berge, PhilippP69
258von Hinke, StephanieP30, C30
259Vooren, MelvinP78
260Vujic, SuncicaP77, C77
261Wang, JiyuanP68
262Weilage, InsaP47, C47
263Wenzel, MaximilianP68
264Westermeier, ChristianP65
265Wiemers, JürgenP77
266Wilkinson, DavidP66
267Winter-Ebmer, RudolfP67, C67
268Wiynck, FrederikP12
269Wong, LorraineP35, C35
270Wu, YuantingP59
271XU, LEIP34, C34
272Yang, YutianP48
273Ye, HanP54, C54
274Zilic, IvanP18
275Zweimüller, MartinaP60, C60
276Zwiers, EsméeP32, C32
277Zyska, LennardP12

 

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