ECONOMETRIC SOCIETY/BOCCONI UNIVERSITY 2020 VIRTUAL WORLD CONGRESS; REGISTRATION CLOSES AUG. 7, 8 PM EDT

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Session
ID code
TypeTitlePapers
20contributed Micro to Macro Business Cycles4
21contributed Fiscal Multipliers and Fiscal Policy4
22contributed Taxation and Redistribution3
23contributed Bubbles and Speculation4
24contributed Entry, Business Cycles, and Growth4
25contributed Firm Creation, Technology Diffusion, and Growth4
26contributed Misallocation4
27contributed Structural Change4
28contributed Consumption Inequality4
29contributed Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents4
30contributed Macro Implications of Housing4
31contributed Sovereign Risk4
32contributed Mobility and Inequality4
33contributed Credit Frictions, Growth, and Business Cycles4
34contributed Beliefs and Bounded Rationality4
35contributed Rational Inattention and Incomplete Information4
36contributed Productivity and Investment4
37contributed Unconventional Monetary Policy3
38contributed Forward Guidance4
39contributed Monetay Fiscal Interactions4
40contributed Private Information in Macroeconomics and Finance4
41contributed Monetary Theory and Empirics4
42contributed Phillips Curves4
43contributed Financial Uncertainty in Macroeconomics4
44contributed Inflation Expectations4
45contributed Debt and Fragility4
46contributed Exchange Rates and Policy4
47contributed Firms and Trade4
48contributed Trade, Inequality, and Redistribution4
49contributed International Finance and Exchange Rates4
50contributed Topics in Trade4
51contributed Interest Rates and Capital Flows4
52contributed Topics In International Economics4
53contributed Offshoring and Reshoring3
54contributed Financial Regulation4
55contributed Behavioral Asset Pricing4
56contributed Banking and Competition4
57contributed Topics in Corporate Finance4
58contributed Corporate Investment and Social Responsibility4
59contributed Finacial Derivatives4
60contributed Financial Systems4
61contributed Finance and Housing4
62contributed Topics in Household Finance4
63contributed Topics in Corporate and Household Finance4
64contributed Finance Microstructure4
65contributed Liquidity and Arbitrage4
66contributed Banking, Collateral, and Monetary Policy4
67contributed Topics in Banking 14
68contributed Finance, Human Capital, and Unemployment4
69contributed Topics in Search4
70contributed Topics in Labor Markets 14
71contributed Labor Markets and Technical Change4
72contributed Topics in Monetary Policy 13
73contributed Topics in Monetary Policy 24
74contributed Topics in Monetary Policy 34
75contributed Topics in Monetary Policy 43
76contributed Topics in Labor Markets 24
77contributed Earnings and Wealth Inequality4
78contributed Macroeconomics of Reallocation4
79contributed Capital Allocation in Macroeconomics4
80contributed Heterogeneity and Fluctuations4
81contributed Topics in Growth and Productivity4
82contributed Topics in Monetary Policy 53
83contributed Topics in Heterogeneous Agent Macroeconomics4
84contributed Redistribution in Macroeconomics3
85contributed Taxes and Macroeconomics4
86contributed Asset Pricing Theory4
87contributed Profits, Income, and Risk Premia4
88contributed Stochastic Volatility and Higher Moments4
89contributed Asset Pricing and Interest Rates4
90contributed Asset Pricing and Information4
91contributed Factors In Asset Pricing4
92contributed Institutional Finance4
93contributed Topics in Banking 24
94contributed Announcements, Information, and Speculation4
95contributed Topics in Finance4
96contributed Savings, Investment, and Interest Rates4
97contributed Political Economy, Inequality, and Redistribution4
98contributed Political Economy and the Media3
99contributed Identity, Ethnicity, and Religion4
100contributed Political Economy and Institutions3
101contributed Lobbying and Interest Groups4
102contributed Voting4
103contributed Topics in Political Economy3
104contributed Agriculture and development I4
105contributed General Equilibrium4
106contributed Learning in Misspecified Models4
107contributed Affiliation, Similarity, and Discrimination4
108contributed Networks I4
109contributed Networks II4
110contributed Social Learning4
111contributed Search and Matching I4
112contributed Search and Matching II3
113contributed Contests I 4
114contributed Contests II 4
115contributed Contests III4
116contributed Repeated and Stochastic Games I4
117contributed Agriculture and development II3
118contributed Repeated and Stochastic Games II4
119contributed Beliefs in education4
120contributed Clientelism, corruption and black markets4
121contributed Audits, Certification, and Experts4
122contributed Consumer Protection and Privacy4
123contributed Financial Contracting4
124contributed Collusion and Mergers3
125contributed News, Media, and Information4
126contributed Revealed Preferences3
127contributed Auctions I4
128contributed Auctions II 4
129contributed Auctions III4
130contributed Auctions IV4
131contributed Collective Decision Making4
132contributed Social Choice4
133contributed Political Economy I3
134contributed Political Economy II4
135contributed Decision Theory I4
136contributed Decision Theory II4
137contributed Decision Theory III4
138contributed Climate change modeling5
139contributed Decision Theory IV4
140contributed Climate coalitions and environmental markets4
141contributed College education4
142contributed Conflict and development4
143contributed Courts, discrimination and judicial independence4
144contributed Demand for health services in developing countries4
145contributed Development and urbanization4
146contributed Development, credit and risk sharing4
147contributed Development, growth and institutions4
148contributed Development, wages and teachers4
149contributed Early childhood interventions4
150contributed Economics of education4
151contributed Economics of education and human capital4
152contributed Education policy and school choice4
153contributed Education, goal setting and achievement4
154contributed Effects of information and transparency3
155contributed Environmental economics: renewable and non-renewable resources4
156contributed Environmental policy4
157contributed Estimating job search models4
159contributed Experimental economics: auctions and communication4
160contributed Experimental economics: belief formation and elicitation4
161contributed Experimental economics: choice and decision theory3
162contributed Experimental economics: information and consumer behavior4
163contributed Experiments on bargaining and decision making3
164contributed Experiments on monetary policy, information and dynamic games4
165contributed Experiments on networks4
166contributed Fertility, mortality and children3
167contributed Field experiments on norms, cooperation and human capital formation4
168contributed Firm taxation4
169contributed Firms and wages I4
170contributed Firms, wages, and education3
171contributed Firms productivity and growth in East Asia4
172contributed Gender based violence4
173contributed Gender gaps4
174contributed Gender wage gaps and discrimination4
175contributed Health and financial incentives4
176contributed Health care quality4
177contributed Health, inequality and social referents4
178contributed History and long run development4
179contributed Impacts of climate change and pollution4
180contributed Inequality and intergenerational mobility4
181contributed Job search and health insurance3
182contributed Labor contracts and personnel economics4
183contributed Labor economics: policy reforms4
184contributed Commuting Constraints and the Gender Gap4
185contributed Labor markets and immigrants4
187contributed Labor markets and technology3
188contributed Labor markets, mobility and productivity4
189contributed Labor supply and time allocation3
190contributed Long run effects of institutions4
191contributed Long term effects of human capital investment4
192contributed Market access and development4
193contributed Marriage and labor market outcomes4
194contributed Marriage markets and development4
195contributed Marriage, divorce and household decision making4
196contributed Measuring poverty and inequality4
197contributed Media coverage, persuasion and political outcomes4
198contributed Names, ethnicity and language4
199contributed Networks and spillovers in development4
200contributed Pensions and savings4
201contributed Pollution4
202contributed Poverty and welfare programs3
203contributed Protests, police and discrimination3
204contributed Public economics: fiscal policy4
205contributed Public economics: housing and road policy4
206contributed Retirement and savings4
207contributed Sexual behavior and fertility choices4
208contributed Taxation I4
209contributed Taxation II4
210contributed Taxation III4
211contributed Teachers and returns to education4
212contributed Teachers, tutors and human capital formation4
213contributed Team collaboration, networks and productivity4
214contributed The market for executives and superstars4
215contributed Topics in health economics4
216contributed Topics in public economics I4
217contributed Topics in public economics II3
218contributed US economic history and human capital4
219contributed Welfare, household behavior and experimental design4
220contributed Econometrics: Bayesian Macroeconometrics 14
221contributed Econometrics: Bayesian Macroeconometrics 23
222contributed Econometrics: Macroeconometrics 14
223contributed Econometrics: Macroeconometrics 24
224contributed Econometrics of SVARs3
225contributed Econometrics of Inference and Reporting under Ambiguity4
226contributed Econometrics: Advances in Bayesian Inference3
227contributed Econometrics: Flexible, Robust Bayesian Inference 3
228contributed Econometrics: Adventures in Bayesian Inference 14
229contributed Econometrics: Adventures in Bayesian Inference 24
230contributed Econometrics: Sharp Inference with Bounds and Inequalities 14
231contributed Econometrics: Sharp Inference with Bounds and Inequalities 24
232contributed Econometrics: Modern Bootstrap4
233contributed Econometrics with ML: Learning Causal Effects 14
234contributed Econometrics with ML: Learning Causal Effects 24
235contributed Econometrics with ML: Exciting Applications 14
236contributed Econometrics with ML: Exciting Applications 24
237contributed Econometrics: Which t for IV?4
238contributed Econometrics: More t for IV 4
239contributed Econometrics: IV Models4
240contributed Econometrics: Some Cool Stuff4
241contributed Econometrics: More Cool Stuff4
242contributed Econometrics : Shape Restrictions, Measurement Errors4
243contributed Econometrics: Quantile Regression Models4
244contributed Econometrics: Distribution Regression Models4
245contributed Econometrics of Network Formation4
246contributed Econometrics of Networks: Exciting Applications I4
247contributed Econometrics of Networks: Exciting Applications II4
248contributed Econometrics of Networks: Causal Effects4
249contributed Econometrics of Networks: Theory4
250contributed Econometrics of Networks: via Quantiles3
251contributed Econometrics with Regression Discontinuities4
252contributed Econometrics of Treatment Effects 14
253contributed Econometrics of Treatment Effects 24
254contributed Contract Theory I4
255contributed Contract Theory II4
256contributed Contract Theory III4
257contributed Bargaining I4
258contributed Bargaining II3
259contributed Bargaining III4
260contributed Dynamics and Information4
261contributed Learning in Games4
262contributed Communication, Cheap Talk, and Mediation I4
263contributed Communication, Cheap Talk, and Mediation II4
264contributed Mechanism Design I4
265contributed Mechanism Design II4
266contributed Mechanism Design III4
267contributed Mechanism Design IV4
268contributed Equilibrium and Other Solution Concepts I4
269contributed Equilibrium and Other Solution Concepts II4
270contributed Epistemic Game Theory 4
271contributed Dynamics and Evolution4
272contributed Market Design I4
273contributed Market Design II4
274contributed Matching I4
275contributed Matching II4
276contributed Matching III 4
277contributed Econometrics of Treatment Effects 34
278contributed Econometrics: Adventures in Synthetic Controls4
279contributed Econometrics: Advances in Semiparametric Inference 14
280contributed Econometrics: Advances in Semiparametric Inference 24
281contributed Econometrics of Games4
282contributed Econometrics of Discrete Choice Models 4
283contributed Econometrics of Preferences and Expectations4
284contributed Econometrics of Structural Models 13
285contributed Econometrics of Structural Models 24
286contributed Econometrics of Policy Analysis 14
287contributed Econometrics of Policy Analysis 23
288contributed Econometrics of Policy Analysis 34
289contributed Econometrics of Policy Analysis 44
290contributed Econometrics: Factor Models 14
291contributed Econometrics: Factor Models 24
292contributed Econometrics: Factor Models 34
293contributed Econometrics of Panels and Time Series in High Dimensions 14
294contributed Econometrics of Panels and Time Series in High Dimensions 24
295contributed Econometrics of Panels and Time Series in High Dimensions 34
296contributed Econometrics of Panel Data 14
297contributed Econometrics of Panel Data 24
298contributed Econometrics of Panel Data 34
299contributed Econometrics of Panel Data: Clustering Done Right4
300contributed Econometrics of Asset Pricing 14
301contributed Econometrics of Asset Pricing 24
302contributed Econometrics of Yield Curves4
303contributed Econometrics of Extreme and Tail Events 14
304contributed Econometrics of Extreme and Tail Events 24
305contributed Econometrics: Adventures in Time Series Theory4
306contributed Econometrics of Volatility and Risk 14
307contributed Econometrics of Volatility and Risk 24
308contributed Econometrics of Volatility and Risk 34
309contributed Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 14
310contributed Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 23
311contributed Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 34
312contributed Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 43
313contributed Econometrics of Time Series: More or Less Robust than You Think?4
314contributed Econometrics: Adventures in Nonstationary Time Series4
315contributed Econometrics of Breaks and Trends in Time Series4
316contributed Risk Sharing and Insurance Markets3
317contributed Strategic Experimentation I4
318contributed Strategic Experimentation II3
319contributed R&D and Innovation4
320contributed Two--Sided Markets4
321contributed Information Acquisition4
322contributed Persuasion and Information Design I4
323contributed Persuasion and Information Design II4
324contributed Persuasion and Information Design III4
325contributed Persuasion and Information Design IV4
326contributed Persuasion and Information Design V4
327contributed Search and Learning I4
328contributed Search and Learning II4
329contributed Search and Learning III3
330contributed Search and Learning IV3
331contributed Scoring, Screening, and Signalling I4
332contributed Scoring, Screening, and Signalling II3
333contributed Theoretical Industrial Organization I4
334contributed Theoretical Industrial Organization II4
335contributed Theory of Competition I4
336contributed Theory of Competition II4
337contributed Behavior, Bounded Rationality, and Experiments I3
338contributed Behavior, Bounded Rationality, and Experiments II4
339contributed Behavior, Bounded Rationality, and Experiments III4
340contributed Other Topics in Economic Theory 4
341contributed Inequality and Redistribution3
342contributed Innovation and Patents4
343contributed Platforms and Networks I4
344contributed Platforms and Networks II3
345contributed Pharmaceutical Markets4
346contributed Estimation Methods I4
347contributed Estimation Methods II4
348contributed Search and Switching Costs2
349contributed Auctions4
350contributed Competition and Regulation4
351contributed Bias, Risk, and Welfare4
352contributed Institutions, Organizations, and Incentives3
353contributed Econometrics and Economics: Computation4
354contributed Experimental economics: choice and decision theory II3
355contributed Political Economy and Institutions II3
 

334 sessions, 1288 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

ECONOMETRIC SOCIETY/BOCCONI UNIVERSITY 2020 VIRTUAL WORLD CONGRESS; REGISTRATION CLOSES AUG. 7, 8 PM EDT

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session ID 20: Micro to Macro Business Cycles
 
Session Chair: Basile Grassi, Bocconi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Supply Chain Management, Production Networks, and Aggregate Fluctuations
By Le Xu; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Le Xu, University of Pennsylvania
 

2. Identifying Aggregate Shocks with Micro-level Heterogeneity: Financial Shocks and Investment Fluctuation
By Xing Guo; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Xing Guo, Bank of Canada
 

3. The Cyclical Behavior of Factor Shares
By Michele Boldrin; Washington University in St Louis
Yong Wang; Peking university
Lijun Zhu; Peking University
   presented by: Lijun Zhu, Peking University
 

4. Bottom-up Markup Fluctuations
By Ariel Burstein; UCLA
Vasco Carvalho; U of Cambridge
Basile Grassi; Bocconi University
   presented by: Basile Grassi, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 21: Fiscal Multipliers and Fiscal Policy
 
Session Chair: Oscar Jorda, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco an
Session type: contributed
 

1. State Dependence of Fiscal Multipliers: The Source of Fluctuations Matters
By Mishel Ghassibe; University of Oxford
Francesco Zanetti; University of Oxford
   presented by: Francesco Zanetti, University of Oxford
 

2. The Macroeconomic Effects of Debt Relief Policies during Recessions
By Soyoung Lee; Ohio State University
   presented by: Soyoung Lee, Ohio State University
 

3. Optimal Fiscal Policy without Commitment: Revisiting Lucas-Stokey
By Davide Debortoli; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, CREI and BGSE
Ricardo Nunes; University of Surrey
Pierre Yared; Columbia University
   presented by: Davide Debortoli, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, CREI and BGSE
 

4. Decomposing the Fiscal Multiplier
By James Cloyne; University of California Davis
Oscar Jorda; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco/UC. Davis
Alan Taylor; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Oscar Jorda, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco an
 
Session ID 22: Taxation and Redistribution
 
Session Chair: Philipp Gruebener, European University Institute
Session type: contributed
 

1. Redistributive Capital Taxation Revisited
By ozlem kina; European University Institute
Ctirad Slavik; CERGE-EI
Hakki Yazici; Sabanci University
   presented by: Hakki Yazici, Sabanci University
 

2. The Optimal Tax Progressivity and Household Heterogeneity
By David Leung; National Taiwan University
   presented by: David Leung, National Taiwan University
 

3. Tax Progressivity, Credits, and Transfers in the United States
By Axelle Ferriere; PSE
Philipp Gruebener; European University Institute
Gaston Navarro; Federal Reserve Board
Oliko Vardishvili; European University Institute
   presented by: Philipp Gruebener, European University Institute
 
Session ID 23: Bubbles and Speculation
 
Session Chair: Robert Kollmann, ECARES, Univ. Libre de Bruxelles & CEPR
Session type: contributed
 

1. Rational Bubbles in Non-Linear Business Cycle Models: Closed and Open Economies
By Robert Kollmann; ECARES, Univ. Libre de Bruxelles & CEPR
   presented by: Robert Kollmann, ECARES, Univ. Libre de Bruxelles & CEPR
 

2. Financial Market Globalization and Asset Price Bubbles
By Naoki Yago; The University of Cambridge
   presented by: Naoki Yago, The University of Cambridge
 

3. Heterogeneous Beliefs and Business Cycles
By Saki Bigio; UCLA
Eduardo Zilberman; PUC RiO
   presented by: Eduardo Zilberman, PUC RiO
 

4. Information Acquisition, Efficiency, and Non-Fundamental Volatility
By Benjamin Hebert; Stanford University
Jennifer La'O; Columbia University
   presented by: Benjamin Hebert, Stanford University
 
Session ID 24: Entry, Business Cycles, and Growth
 
Session Chair: Julia Thomas, Ohio State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Entry Costs and the Macroeconomy
By Callum Jones; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Callum Jones, International Monetary Fund
 

2. Entry and Profits in an Aging Economy: The Role of Consumer Inertia
By Gideon Bornstein; Princeton University
   presented by: Gideon Bornstein, Princeton University
 

3. Entry decision, option value of delay and business cycles
By Ia Vardishvili; Auburn University
   presented by: Ia Vardishvili, Auburn University
 

4. Business Formation and Economic Growth Beyond the Great Recession
By Aubhik Khan; Ohio State University
Tatsuro Senga; Queen Mary University of London
Julia Thomas; Ohio State University
   presented by: Julia Thomas, Ohio State University
 
Session ID 25: Firm Creation, Technology Diffusion, and Growth
 
Session Chair: Conor Walsh, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Cities and Technology Cycles
By Enrico Berkes; The Ohio State University
Ruben Gaetani; University of Toronto
Marti Mestieri; Northwestern University
   presented by: Enrico Berkes, The Ohio State University
 

2. Firm Growth through New Establishments
By Dan Cao; Georgetown University
Henry Hyatt; US Census Bureau
Toshihiko Mukoyama; Georgetown University
Erick Sager; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Erick Sager, Federal Reserve Board
 

3. The Adoption and Diffusion of New Technologies
By Stephen Ayerst; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Stephen Ayerst, International Monetary Fund
 

4. Firm Creation and Local Growth
By Conor Walsh; Yale University
   presented by: Conor Walsh, Yale University
 
Session ID 26: Misallocation
 
Session Chair: Sophie Osotimehin, UQAM
Session type: contributed
 

1. Financial Frictions and Capital Misallocation
By Jiaqi Li; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Jiaqi Li, Bank of Canada
 

2. Policy and Misallocation
By Ana María Herrera; University of Kentucky
   presented by: Ana María Herrera, University of Kentucky
 

3. Financing Intermediate Goods and Misallocation: Evidence from China’s Firm-Level Data
By Wenya Wang; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Wenya Wang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

4. Misallocation and intersectoral linkages
By Sophie Osotimehin; UQAM
Latchezar Popov; Texas Tech University
   presented by: Sophie Osotimehin, UQAM
 
Session ID 27: Structural Change
 
Session Chair: Florian Oswald, Sciences Po
Session type: contributed
 

1. Welfare costs of capital controls
By Eugenia Andreasen; Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Sofia Bauducco; Central Bank of Chile
Evangelina Dardati; Universidad Alberto Hurtado
   presented by: Sofia Bauducco, Central Bank of Chile
 

2. Future Technology Hubs or Backwater? Lessons on Structural Change from Germany’s Coal Regions
By Hale Utar; Grinnell College and CESIfo
Simon Janssen; IAB
Wolfgang Keller; University of Colorado and NBER
Ehsan Vallizadeh; Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
   presented by: Hale Utar, Grinnell College and CESIfo
 

3. Structural Change within the Services Sector, Baumol's Cost Disease, and Cross-Country Productivity Differences
By Ali Sen; University of Essex
   presented by: Ali Sen, University of Essex
 

4. Structural Change, Land Use and Urban Expansion
By Nicolas Coeurdacier; SciencesPo
Florian Oswald; Sciences Po
Marc Teignier; University of Barcelona
   presented by: Florian Oswald, Sciences Po
 
Session ID 28: Consumption Inequality
 
Session Chair: Giovanni Gallipoli, UBC
Session type: contributed
 

1. Should monetary policy care about redistribution? Should fiscal policy care about inflation? Optimal monetary policy with heterogeneous agents
By Francois Le Grand; EMLyon Business School
Alaïs Martin-Baillon; SciencesPo
Xavier Ragot; Sciencespo
   presented by: Francois Le Grand, EMLyon Business School
 

2. Consumption Dynamics under Time-Varying Unemployment Risk
By Erik Öberg; Uppsala University
   presented by: Erik Öberg, Uppsala University
 

3. How Much Consumption Insurance in the U.S.?
By Dmytro Hryshko; University of Alberta
Iourii Manovskii; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Dmytro Hryshko, University of Alberta
 

4. Consumption and Income Inequality across Generations
By Giovanni Gallipoli; UBC
Hamish Low; University of Oxford
Aruni Mitra; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Giovanni Gallipoli, UBC
 
Session ID 29: Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents
 
Session Chair: Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Session type: contributed
 

1. Amplification and no Puzzles in TANK Models: the Magic of Output Stabilization and Capital Adjustment Costs
By Lilia Maliar; The Graduate Center, CUNY
Christopher Naubert
   presented by: Christopher Naubert,
 

2. Should monetary policy care about redistribution? Should fiscal policy care about inflation? Optimal monetary policy with heterogeneous agents
By Xavier Ragot; Sciencespo
Francois Le Grand; EMLyon Business School
   presented by: Xavier Ragot, Sciences Po
 

3. The Transmission of Monetary Policy under the Microscope
By Martin Holm; University of Oslo
Pascal Paul; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Andreas Tischbirek; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Andreas Tischbirek, University of Lausanne
 

4. Estimating HANK: Macro Time Series and Micro Moments
By Sushant Acharya; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Marco Del Negro; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Keshav Dogra
   presented by: Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session ID 30: Macro Implications of Housing
 
Session Chair: Plamen Nenov, Norwegian Business School (BI)
Session type: contributed
 

1. Mortgage borrowing limits and house prices: evidence from a policy change in Ireland
By Brian Higgins; Stanford University
   presented by: Brian Higgins, Stanford University
 

2. Aggregate and Distributional Impacts of Housing Policy: China's Experiment
By Kaiji Chen; Emory University
Tao Zha; Emory University
   presented by: Kaiji Chen, Emory University
 

3. House Price Responses to Monetary Policy Surprises: Evidence from House Listings Data
By Denis Gorea; Danmarks Nationalbank
Oleksiy Kryvtsov; Bank of Canada
Marianna Kudlyak; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Denis Gorea, Danmarks Nationalbank
 

4. Transaction Sequence Decisions and Housing Market Volatility: Evidence from Norway
By Morten Grindaker; BI Norwegian Business School
Artashes Karapetyan; ESSEC
Espen Moen; Norwegian Business School
Plamen Nenov; Norwegian Business School (BI)
   presented by: Plamen Nenov, Norwegian Business School (BI)
 
Session ID 31: Sovereign Risk
 
Session Chair: Dmitriy Sergeyev, Bocconi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Fiscal Limits and Sovereign Credit Spreads
By Kevin Pallara; University of Lausanne
Jean-Paul RENNE; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Jean-Paul RENNE, University of Lausanne
 

2. Global Risk in Long-Term Sovereign Debt
By Nicola Borri; LUISS University
Kirill Shakhnov; University of Surrey
   presented by: Kirill Shakhnov, University of Surrey
 

3. Sovereign Risk, Financial Fragility and Debt Maturity
By Dallal Bendjellal
   presented by: Dallal Bendjellal, Aix Marseille University
 

4. Debt Sustainability in a Low Interest Rate World
By Neil Mehrotra; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Dmitriy Sergeyev; Bocconi University
   presented by: Dmitriy Sergeyev, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 32: Mobility and Inequality
 
Session Chair: Thomas Pugh, Bank of Canada
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Lifetime Costs of Bad Health
By Mariacristina De Nardi; University of Minnesota
Svetlana Pashchenko; University of Georgia
Ponpoje (Poe) Porapakkarm; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS,Tokyo)
   presented by: Ponpoje (Poe) Porapakkarm, National Graduate Institute for Policy S
 

2. Macroeconomic Implications of Heterogeneity in Labor Earnings and Returns to Savings
By William Peterman; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
   presented by: William Peterman, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

3. Anatomy of Lifetime Earnings Inequality: Heterogeneity in Job Ladder Risk vs. Human Capital
By Fatih Karahan; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Serdar Ozkan; University of Toronto
Jae Song; Social Security Administration
   presented by: Serdar Ozkan, University of Toronto
 

4. Wealth Mobility, Superstars and Returns Heterogeneity
By Thomas Pugh; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Thomas Pugh, Bank of Canada
 
Session ID 33: Credit Frictions, Growth, and Business Cycles
 
Session Chair: In Hwan Jo, National University of Singapore
Session type: contributed
 

1. Productivity and Wealth Dynamics under Heterogeneous Collateral Constraints
By Alvaro Aguirre; Central Bank of Chile
Matias Tapia; Central Bank of Chile
Lucciano Villacorta; Central Bank of Chile
   presented by: Alvaro Aguirre, Central Bank of Chile
 

2. Resource Misallocation in European Firms: The Role of Constraints, Firm Characteristics and Managerial Decisions
By Christoph Weiss; European Investment Bank
Yuriy Gorodnichenko; University of California Berkeley
Jan Svejnar; Columbia University
   presented by: Christoph Weiss, European Investment Bank
 

3. Entrepreneurial Investment Dynamics and the Wealth Distribution
By Eugene Tan; University of Toronto
   presented by: Eugene Tan, University of Toronto
 

4. Firm Size and Business Cycles with Credit Shocks
By In Hwan Jo; National University of Singapore
   presented by: In Hwan Jo, National University of Singapore
 
Session ID 34: Beliefs and Bounded Rationality
 
Session Chair: Jaroslav Borovicka, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Beating the "pros" with a semi-structural model of their own inflation forecasts
By Sergio Lago Alves; Central Bank of Brazil
Carlos Carvalho; PUC-Rio
Waldyr Areosa; Banco Central do Brasil
   presented by: Sergio Lago Alves, Central Bank of Brazil
 

2. Forecaster (Mis-)Behavior
By Alexandre Kohlhas; Institute for International Economic Studies
   presented by: Alexandre Kohlhas, Institute for International Economic Stu
 

3. The Formation of Inflation Expectations: Micro-data Evidence from Japan
By Junichi Kikuchi; Yokohama City University
Yoshiyuki Nakazono; Yokohama City University
   presented by: Yoshiyuki Nakazono, Yokohama City University
 

4. Survey Data and Subjective Beliefs in Business Cycle Models
By Anmol Bhandari; University of Minnesota
Jaroslav Borovicka; New York University
Paul Ho; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Jaroslav Borovicka, New York University
 
Session ID 35: Rational Inattention and Incomplete Information
 
Session Chair: William Branch, University of California, Irvine
Session type: contributed
 

1. Rational Inattention, Financial Friction and Monetary Non-neutrality
By Zijian Wang; Bocconi University
   presented by: Zijian Wang, Bocconi University
 

2. Macroeconomic Models with Incomplete Information and Endogenous Signals
By Jonathan Adams; University of Florida
   presented by: Jonathan Adams, University of Florida
 

3. Information Acquisition and Price Setting under Uncertainty: New Survey Evidence
By cheng chen; Clemson University
Tatsuro Senga; Queen Mary University of London
Chang Sun; The University of Hong Kong
Hongyong Zhang; RIETI
   presented by: Tatsuro Senga, Queen Mary University of London
 

4. Endogenously (Non-)Ricardian Beliefs
By William Branch; University of California, Irvine
Emanuel Gasteiger; TU Wien
   presented by: William Branch, University of California, Irvine
 
Session ID 36: Productivity and Investment
 
Session Chair: Francois Gourio, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Session type: contributed
 

1. Dispersion Over the Business Cycle: Productivity versus Demand
By Mikael Carlsson; Uppsala University
Alex Clymo; University of Essex
Knut-Eric Joslin; Uppsala University
   presented by: Alex Clymo, University of Essex
 

2. Aggregate Implications of Changing Sectoral Trends
By Andrew Foerster; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Andreas Hornstein; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Pierre-Daniel Sarte; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Mark Watson; Princeton University
   presented by: Andrew Foerster, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

3. Constrained-Efficient Capital Reallocation
By Andrea Lanteri; Duke University
Adriano Rampini; Duke University
   presented by: Andrea Lanteri, Duke University
 

4. Capital Aggregation and Investment-Specific Technological Change
By Francois Gourio; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Matthew Rognlie; Northwestern University
   presented by: Francois Gourio, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 
Session ID 37: Unconventional Monetary Policy
 
Session Chair: Daisuke Ikeda, Bank of Japan
Session type: contributed
 

1. Effectiveness and Addictiveness of Optimal QE
By Peter Karadi; European Central Bank
Anton Nakov; ECB and CEPR
   presented by: Anton Nakov, ECB and CEPR
 

2. Assessing Abenomics: Evidence from Inflation-Indexed Japanese Government Bonds
By Jens Christensen; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Mark Spiegel; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Jens Christensen, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

3. Testing the effectiveness of unconventional monetary policy in Japan and the United States
By Daisuke Ikeda; Bank of Japan
Sophocles Mavroeidis; Oxford University
Shangshang Li
Francesco Zanetti; University of Oxford
   presented by: Daisuke Ikeda, Bank of Japan
 
Session ID 38: Forward Guidance
 
Session Chair: Eric Swanson, University of California Irvine
Session type: contributed
 

1. Forward Guidance, Monetary Policy Uncertainty, and the Term Premium
By Brent Bundick; Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Trenton Herriford; Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Andrew Smith; Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
   presented by: Andrew Smith, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
 

2. The Effect of Central Bank Credibility on Forward Guidance in an Estimated New Keynesian Model
By Enrique Martinez-Garcia; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Stephen Cole; Marquette University
   presented by: Enrique Martinez-Garcia, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

3. Credible Forward Guidance
By Taisuke Nakata; Federal Reserve Board
Takeki Sunakawa; Kobe University
   presented by: Taisuke Nakata, University of Tokyo
 

4. Measuring the Effects of Federal Reserve Forward Guidance and Asset Purchases on Financial Markets
By Eric Swanson; University of California Irvine
   presented by: Eric Swanson, University of California Irvine
 
Session ID 39: Monetay Fiscal Interactions
 
Session Chair: Marco Bassetto, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Session type: contributed
 

1. Fiscal and Currency Union with Default and Exit
By Alessandro Ferrari; European Univeristy Institute
Ramon Marimon; European University Institute and UPF - Barcelona GSE
Chima Simpson-Bell; European University Institute
   presented by: Ramon Marimon, European University Institute and UPF - Barcelona GSE
 

2. Fiscal and Monetary Policy Interaction under Limited Foresight
By Yinxi Xie; Columbia University
   presented by: Yinxi Xie, Columbia University
 

3. Monetary-Fiscal Policy Interactions in an era of Unconventional Policies
By Takuji Fueki; Bank of Japan
   presented by: Takuji Fueki, Bank of Japan
 

4. Shotgun Weddings between Fiscal and Monetary Policies
By Marco Bassetto; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Thomas Sargent; New York University
   presented by: Marco Bassetto, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 
Session ID 40: Private Information in Macroeconomics and Finance
 
Session Chair: Luigi Iovino, Bocconi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Private Information and Repurchase Options in Competitive Search Markets
By Saki Bigio; UCLA
Liyan Shi; Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
   presented by: Liyan Shi, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
 

2. Durables and Lemons: Private Information and the Market for Cars
By Richard Blundell; UCL
Ran Gu; University of Essex
Soren Leth-Petersen; Copenhagen University
Hamish Low; University of Oxford
Costas Meghir; Yale University
   presented by: Ran Gu, University of Essex
 

3. Dynamic Adverse Selection and Belief Update in Credit Markets
By Inkee Jang; Xiamen University
Kee-Youn Kang; yonsei university
   presented by: Inkee Jang, Xiamen University
 

4. Social Insurance, Information Revelation, and Lack of Commitment
By Mikhail Golosov; University of Chicago
Luigi Iovino; Bocconi University
   presented by: Luigi Iovino, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 41: Monetary Theory and Empirics
 
Session Chair: Saki Bigio, UCLA
Session type: contributed
 

1. International Evidence on Long Run Money Demand
By Luca Benati; Department of Economics
Robert Lucas; University of Chicago
Juan Pablo Nicolini; Minneapolis Fed
Warren E. Weber; University of South Carolina
   presented by: Juan Pablo Nicolini, Minneapolis Fed
 

2. The Long-run Effects of Monetary Policy
By Oscar Jorda; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco/UC. Davis
Sanjay Singh; University of California, Davis
Alan Taylor; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Sanjay Singh, University of California, Davis
 

3. A Theory of Intrinsic Inflation Persistence
By Takushi Kurozumi; Bank of Japan
Willem Van Zandweghe; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Willem Van Zandweghe, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

4. A Model of Credit, Money, Interest, and Prices
By Saki Bigio; UCLA
Yuliy Sannikov; Stanford University
   presented by: Saki Bigio, UCLA
 
Session ID 42: Phillips Curves
 
Session Chair: Marcus Vinícius Gomes de Castro, PUC-Rio
Session type: contributed
 

1. Rational Inattention, Menu Costs, and Multi-Product Firms: Micro Evidence and Aggregate Implications
By Choongryul Yang; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Choongryul Yang, University of Texas at Austin
 

2. Price setting frequency and the Phillips Curve
By Emanuel Gasteiger; TU Wien
Alex Grimaud; Catholic University of Milan and University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Alex Grimaud, University of Amsterdam and Catholic University of Milan
 

3. Finding a Stable Phillips Curve Relationship: A Persistence-Dependent Regression Model
By Richard Ashley; Virginia Tech
Randal Verbrugge; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Randal Verbrugge, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

4. Identification and estimation of the Phillips curve using sectoral data
By Carlos Carvalho; PUC-Rio
Marcus Vinícius Gomes de Castro; PUC-Rio
   presented by: Marcus Vinícius Gomes de Castro, PUC-Rio
 
Session ID 43: Financial Uncertainty in Macroeconomics
 
Session Chair: Pratiti Chatterjee, UNSW
Session type: contributed
 

1. Lumpy Investment, Uncertainty, and Monetary Policy
By Min Fang; University of Rochester
   presented by: Min Fang, University of Rochester
 

2. Macroeconomic and Financial Risks: A Tale of Volatility
By Dario Caldara; Federal Reserve Board
Chiara Scotti; Federal Reserve Board
Molin Zhong; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Chiara Scotti, Federal Reserve Board
 

3. Time-Varying Fear, Trading Volume, and The Great Recession
By Yang Li; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Yang Li, Simon Fraser University
 

4. Perceived Uncertainty Shocks, Excess Optimism-Pessimism, and Learning in the Business Cycle
By Pratiti Chatterjee; University of New South Wales
Fabio Milani; University of California, Irvine
   presented by: Pratiti Chatterjee, UNSW
 
Session ID 44: Inflation Expectations
 
Session Chair: Yang Lu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. Indeterminacy and Imperfect Information
By Thomas Lubik; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Christian Matthes; Indiana University
Elmar Mertens; Deutsche Bundesbank
   presented by: Elmar Mertens, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

2. Inflation Expectations of Households and the Upgrading Channel
By Sumit Agarwal; NUS
Yeow Hwee Chua; National University of Singapore
Changcheng Song; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Yeow Hwee Chua, National University of Singapore
 

3. Individual Experiences and Inflation Expectations
By Dario Bonciani; European University Institute
Riccardo Maria Masolo; Bank of England
Silvia Sarpietro; University College London
   presented by: Riccardo Maria Masolo, Bank of England
 

4. Managing expectation in the New Keynesian model
By Robert King; Boston University
Yang Lu; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Yang Lu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 
Session ID 45: Debt and Fragility
 
Session Chair: Michal Szkup, University of British Columbia
Session type: contributed
 

1. A Framework for Debt-Maturity Management
By Saki Bigio; UCLA
Galo Nuno; Bank of Spain
Juan Passadore; Einaudi Institute for Economics and Fina
   presented by: Galo Nuno, Bank of Spain
 

2. Preventing Self-fulfilling Debt Crises: A Global Games Approach
By Michal Szkup; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Michal Szkup, University of British Columbia
 

3. Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises, Revisited
By Mark Aguiar; Princeton University
Satyajit Chatterjee; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Harold Cole; University of Pennsylvania
Zachary Stangebye; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Satyajit Chatterjee, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

4. Debt, Fragility, and Multiplicity: Thinking Outside the Edgeworth Box
By John Geanakoplos; Yale University
   presented by: John Geanakoplos, Yale University
 
Session ID 46: Exchange Rates and Policy
 
Session Chair: Dmitry Mukhin, University of Wisconsin
Session type: contributed
 

1. SONOMA: a Small Open ecoNOmy for MAcrofinance
By Mariano Croce; Bocconi University
Mohammad Jahan-Parv; Federal Reserve Board
Samuel Rosen; Fox School of Business at Temple Univers
   presented by: Mohammad Jahan-Parv, Federal Reserve Board
 

2. Financial Dollarization in Emerging Markets: Efficient Risk Sharing or Prescription for Disaster?
By Lawrence Christiano; Northwestern University
Husnu Dalgic; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Husnu Dalgic, University of Mannheim
 

3. Exchange Rates, Retailers, and Importing: Theory and Firm-Level Evidence
By Patrick Alexander; Bank of Canada
Alex Chernoff; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Alex Chernoff, Bank of Canada
 

4. Optimal Policy under Dollar Pricing
By Dmitry Mukhin; University of Wisconsin
Konstantin Egorov; New Economic School
   presented by: Dmitry Mukhin, University of Wisconsin
 
Session ID 47: Firms and Trade
 
Session Chair: Stephen Yeaple, Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Trade and Market Power in Product and Labor Markets
By Gaelan MacKenzie; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Gaelan MacKenzie, Bank of Canada
 

2. The Impact of Tariff Hikes on Firm Exports
By Facundo Albornoz; University of Nottingham
Irene Brambilla; Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Emanuel Ornelas; Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
   presented by: Irene Brambilla, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
 

3. Do Larger Importing Firms Face Lower Freight Rates?
By Adina Ardelean; Santa Clara University
Volodymyr Lugovskyy; Indiana University
   presented by: Volodymyr Lugovskyy, Indiana University
 

4. Multinationals, Mark-Ups, and Markets
By Stephen Yeaple; Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Stephen Yeaple, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session ID 48: Trade, Inequality, and Redistribution
 
Session Chair: Cecile Gaubert, UC Berkeley
Session type: contributed
 

1. Regional Convergence at the County Level: The Role of Commuters
By Melanie Krause; Hamburg University
Sebastian Kripfganz; University of Exeter
   presented by: Sebastian Kripfganz, University of Exeter
 

2. The Unequal Effects of Trade and Automation on Local Labor Markets
By Simon Galle; BI Norwegian Business School
Linnea Lorentzen; BI Norwegian Business School
   presented by: Simon Galle, BI Norwegian Business School
 

3. Tasks, Occupations, and Wage Inequality in an Open Economy
By Sascha O. Becker; University of Warwick
Hartmut Egger; University of Bayreuth
Michael Koch; University of Bayreuth
Marc-Andreas Muendler; University of California, San Diego
   presented by: Hartmut Egger, University of Bayreuth
 

4. Place-Based Redistribution
By Cecile Gaubert; UC Berkeley
Patrick Kline; UC Berkeley
Danny Yagan; University of California, Berkeley
   presented by: Cecile Gaubert, UC Berkeley
 
Session ID 49: International Finance and Exchange Rates
 
Session Chair: Harald Uhlig, University of Chicago
Session type: contributed
 

1. Foreign Exchange Dealer Asset Pricing
By Stefan Reitz; University of Kiel
Dennis Umlandt; University of Trier
   presented by: Dennis Umlandt, University of Trier
 

2. Understanding International Equity Portfolios
By Philippe Bacchetta; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Philippe Bacchetta, University of Lausanne
 

3. The Global Factor Structure of Exchange Rates
By Sofonias Alemu Korsaye; University of Geneva
Fabio Trojani; University of Geneva and Swiss Finance I
Andrea Vedolin; BOSTON UNIVERSITY
   presented by: Sofonias Alemu Korsaye, University of Geneva
 

4. Cryptocurrencies, Currency Competition, and the Impossible Trinity
By Pierpaolo Benigno; University of Bern
Linda Schilling; Ecole Polytechnique CREST
Harald Uhlig; University of Chicago
   presented by: Harald Uhlig, University of Chicago
 
Session ID 50: Topics in Trade
 
Session Chair: Alvaro Garcia Marin, Universidad de los Andes, Chile
Session type: contributed
 

1. Trade Wars, Tecnology and Productivity
By Ching-mu Chen; Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
Wan-Jung Cheng; Academia Sinica
Shin-Kun Peng; Academia Sinica
Raymond Riezman; Aarhus University/UCSB/University of Iowa
ping wang; Washington University in St.Louis
   presented by: Raymond Riezman, Aarhus University/UCSB/University of Iowa
 

2. Bad Trade: The Loss of Variety
By John Morgan; University of California - Berkeley
Justin Tumlinson; Loughborough University
Felix Vardy; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Justin Tumlinson, Loughborough University
 

3. Financial Development and Trade Liberalization
By David Kohn; Universidad Catolica de Chile
Fernando Leibovici; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Michal Szkup; University of British Columbia
   presented by: David Kohn, Universidad Catolica de Chile
 

4. Cities, Productivity and Trade
By Alvaro Garcia Marin; Universidad de los Andes, Chile
Andrei Potlogea; University of Edinburgh
Nico Voigtländer
Yang Yang; UCLA Anderson School of Management
   presented by: Alvaro Garcia Marin, Universidad de los Andes, Chile
 
Session ID 51: Interest Rates and Capital Flows
 
Session Chair: Michael Kumhof, Bank of England
Session type: contributed
 

1. International Capital Allocations and the Lucas Paradox Redux
By Debdulal Mallick; Deakin University
   presented by: Debdulal Mallick, Deakin University
 

2. The Impact of Chinese FDI in Africa
By Riccardo Crescenzi; London School of Economics
Nicola Limodio; Bocconi University
   presented by: Riccardo Crescenzi, London School of Economics
 

3. The World Interest Rate
By Jay Shambaugh; George Washington University
Hang Zhou; University of International Business and Economics
   presented by: Hang Zhou, University of International Business and Economics
 

4. How Does International Capital "Flow"?
By Michael Kumhof; Bank of England
   presented by: Michael Kumhof, Bank of England
 
Session ID 52: Topics In International Economics
 
Session Chair: Diego Perez, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Effect of the China Connect
By Chang Ma; Fanhai International School of Finance, Fudan University
   presented by: Chang Ma, Fanhai International School of Finance, Fudan University
 

2. A Theory of Monopolistic Competition with Horizontally Heterogeneous Consumers
By Sergey Kokovin; National Research University
Shamil Sharapudinov; National Research University Higher School of Economics
Alexander Tarasov; Higher School of Economics
Philip Ushchev; HSE University
   presented by: Alexander Tarasov, Higher School of Economics
 

3. How Infrastructure Shapes Comparative Advantage
By Luis Baldomero-Quintana; University of Michigan
   presented by: Luis Baldomero-Quintana, William & Mary
 

4. The Micro Anatomy of Aggregate Consumption Adjustments
By Diego Perez; New York University
   presented by: Diego Perez, New York University
 
Session ID 53: Offshoring and Reshoring
 
Session Chair: Marius Faber, University of Basel
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Relationship Between Offshoring, Growth and Welfare
By Gregory Huffman; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Gregory Huffman, Vanderbilt University
 

2. Robots, Reshoring, and the Lot of Low-Skilled Workers
By Astrid Krenz; University of Goettingen
Klaus Prettner; University of Hohenheim
Holger Strulik; University of Goettingen
   presented by: Astrid Krenz, University of Goettingen
 

3. Robots and Reshoring: Evidence from Mexican Labor Markets
By Marius Faber; University of Basel
   presented by: Marius Faber, University of Basel
 
Session ID 54: Financial Regulation
 
Session Chair: Levent Altinoglu, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Session type: contributed
 

1. Resolution rules in a system of financially linked firms
By Gabrielle Demange; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Gabrielle Demange, EHESS
 

2. Under-Diversification and Idiosyncratic Risk Externalities
By Felipe Iachan; FGV
Dejanir Silva; UIUC
Chao Zi; University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
   presented by: Felipe Iachan, FGV
 

3. How is the mortgage market affected by loan-loss-provision regulation - Evidence from administrative data in Chile
By Mauricio Calani; Central Bank of Chile
Manuel Paillacar; Central Bank of Chile
   presented by: Manuel Paillacar, Central Bank of Chile
 

4. Collective Moral Hazard and the Interbank Market
By Levent Altinoglu; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
   presented by: Levent Altinoglu, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 
Session ID 55: Behavioral Asset Pricing
 
Session Chair: Martijn de Vries, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Partial Equilibrium Thinking in General Equilibrium
By Francesca Bastianello; Harvard University
Paul Fontanier; Harvard University
   presented by: Francesca Bastianello, Harvard University
 

2. Peak-Bust Rental Spreads
By Marco Giacoletti; University of Southern California
   presented by: Marco Giacoletti, University of Southern California
 

3. Resolving the Excessive Trading Puzzle: An Integrated Approach Based on Surveys and Transactions
By Hongqi Liu; School of Management and Economics, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzh
Cameron Peng; London School of Economics
Wei Xiong; Shenzhen Stock Exchange
Wei Xiong; Princeton University
   presented by: Cameron Peng, London School of Economics
 

4. Limited Attention and the Dynamics of Probability Weighting
By Martijn de Vries; Tilburg University
   presented by: Martijn de Vries, Tilburg University
 
Session ID 56: Banking and Competition
 
Session Chair: Rafael Repullo, CEMFI
Session type: contributed
 

1. Market Concentration and Uniform Pricing: Evidence from Bank Mergers
By Nuno Paixao; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Nuno Paixao, Bank of Canada
 

2. Information Structure and Strategic Interactions in the Payments System Liquidity Management Game
By Victor Aguirregabiria; University of Toronto
Francisco Rivadeneyra; Bank of Canada
Erhao Xie; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Erhao Xie, Bank of Canada
 

3. Competition, Stability, and Efficiency in the Banking Industry
By Dean Corbae; University of Wisconsin
Ross Levine; University of California, Berkeley
   presented by: Dean Corbae, University of Wisconsin
 

4. Interest Rates, Market Power, and Financial Stability
By David Martinez-Miera; Universidad Carlos III
Rafael Repullo; CEMFI
   presented by: Rafael Repullo, CEMFI
 
Session ID 57: Topics in Corporate Finance
 
Session Chair: Luca Benzoni, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Session type: contributed
 

1. The housing boom and selection into entrepreneurship
By Joao Galindo da Fonseca; University of Montreal
Pierluca Pannella; Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
   presented by: Pierluca Pannella, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
 

2. Barbarians at the Store? Private Equity, Products, and Consumers
By Cesare Fracassi; University of Texas at Austin
Alessandro Previtero; Indiana University
Albert Sheen; University of Oregon
   presented by: Alessandro Previtero, Indiana University
 

3. A Quantitative Model of Corporate Reputation Building in Debt Markets and Firm Dynamics
By Ikuo Takei; University of Wisconsin–Madison
   presented by: Ikuo Takei, University of Wisconsin–Madison
 

4. Optimal Debt Dynamics, Issuance Costs, and Commitment
By Luca Benzoni; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Lorenzo Garlappi; University of British Columbia
Robert Goldstein; University of Minnesota
Chao Ying; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Luca Benzoni, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 
Session ID 58: Corporate Investment and Social Responsibility
 
Session Chair: Marcus Opp, Stockholm School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Managerial Horizon and Corporate Labor Policies: Evidence from Fixed-Term Boards
By Sabrina Di Addario
Vincenzo Pezone; Goethe University
Raffaele Saggio; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Raffaele Saggio, University of British Columbia
 

2. Knowledge Cycles and Corporate Investment
By Maria Cecilia Bustamante; University of Maryland
Julien Cujean; University of Bern
Laurent Fresard; USI Lugano and Swiss Finance Institute
   presented by: Julien Cujean, University of Bern
 

3. Corporate Social Responsibility and Profit Shifting
By Iftekhar Hasan; Fordham University
Panagiotis Karavitis; University of Glasgow
Pantelis Kazakis; University of Glasgow
Woon Sau Leung; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Pantelis Kazakis, University of Glasgow
 

4. A theory of socially responsible investment
By Martin Oehmke; London School of Economics
Marcus Opp; Stockholm School of Economics
   presented by: Marcus Opp, Stockholm School of Economics
 
Session ID 59: Finacial Derivatives
 
Session Chair: Antoine Didisheim, Swiss Finance Institute
Session type: contributed
 

1. Re-use of Collateral: Leverage, Volatility, and Welfare
By Johannes Brumm; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Michael Grill; European Central Bank
Felix Kubler; University of Zurich
Karl Schmedders; IMD Lausanne
   presented by: Johannes Brumm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
 

2. A Markov Switching Cointegration Analysis of the CDS‐Bond Basis Puzzle
By Massimo Guidolin; Bocconi University
Francesco Melloni; Bocconi University
Manuela Pedio; Bicocca and Bocconi University
   presented by: Manuela Pedio, Bicocca and Bocconi University
 

3. Greenspan Put
By SANDEEP DAHIYA; McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
Bardia Kamrad; Georgetown University
Valerio Poti; University College Dublin
Akhtar Siddique; Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
   presented by: Akhtar Siddique, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
 

4. Implied Risk Aversion Smile
By Antoine Didisheim; Swiss Finance Institute
Dimitrios Karyampas; Bocconi
Simon Scheidegger; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Antoine Didisheim, Swiss Finance Institute
 
Session ID 60: Financial Systems
 
Session Chair: Yuliy Sannikov, Stanford GSB
Session type: contributed
 

1. Risky low-volatility environments and the stability paradox
By Fernando Mendo; Central Bank of Chile
   presented by: Fernando Mendo, Central Bank of Chile
 

2. Contingent Capital in Interbank Networks
By Anne Balter; Tilburg University
Nikolaus Schweizer; Tilburg University
Juan Vera; Tilburg University
   presented by: Nikolaus Schweizer, Tilburg University
 

3. The Macro Implications of Narrow Banking: Financial Stability versus Growth
By Sebastian Merkel; Princeton University
   presented by: Sebastian Merkel, Princeton University
 

4. International Monetary Theory: A Risk Perspective
By Markus Brunnermeier; Princeton University
Yuliy Sannikov; Stanford GSB
   presented by: Yuliy Sannikov, Stanford GSB
 
Session ID 61: Finance and Housing
 
Session Chair: Jung Sakong, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Session type: contributed
 

1. Reference Dependence in the Housing Market
By Steffen Andersen; Copenhagen Business School
Cristian Badarinza; National University of Singapore
Lu Liu; Imperial College London
Julie Marx; University of Copenhagen
Tarun Ramadorai; Imperial College London
   presented by: Cristian Badarinza, National University of Singapore
 

2. Housing Wealth Gains, Collateral Lending Channel, and Self-employment Transitions: Evidence from China
By Nuobu Renzhi
   presented by: Nuobu Renzhi,
 

3. Attention and Search: Micro-Evidence on Housing Market Momentum
By Antonio Gargano; University of Melbourne
Marco Giacoletti; USC
Elvis Jarnecic; University of Sydney
   presented by: Antonio Gargano, University of Melbourne
 

4. Cyclical Housing Transactions and Wealth Inequality
By Jung Sakong; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
   presented by: Jung Sakong, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 
Session ID 62: Topics in Household Finance
 
Session Chair: Leandro Carvalho, University of Southern California
Session type: contributed
 

1. Accommodation or Obfuscation? Financial Innovation in the Variable Annuities Market
By Xiaochen Jing; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Daniel Bauer; University of Wisconsin, Madison
   presented by: Xiaochen Jing, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

2. Consumption Responses to Financial Liberalization: Evidence from Survey Data
By Cristina Barcelo; Banco de España
Ernesto Villanueva; Banco de España
   presented by: Cristina Barcelo, Banco de España
 

3. Household Finance in Developing Countries: Evidence from India
By Ritadhi Chakravarti; University of California - Berkeley
Pawan Gopalakrishnan; Reserve Bank of India
Shekhar Tomar; ISB Hyderabad
   presented by: Shekhar Tomar, ISB Hyderabad
 

4. MISFORTUNE AND MISTAKE: THE FINANCIAL CONDITIONS AND DECISION-MAKING ABILITY OF HIGH-COST LOAN BORROWERS
By Leandro Carvalho; University of Southern California
   presented by: Leandro Carvalho, University of Southern California
 
Session ID 63: Topics in Corporate and Household Finance
 
Session Chair: Nathan Foley-Fisher, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: contributed
 

1. Reciprocal Lending Relationships Between Financial Conglomerates: Evidence from the Mexican Repo Market
By Karoll Gomez; Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Jorge Florez-Acosta; Universidad del Rosario
Carlos Canon; Banco de Mexico
   presented by: Karoll Gomez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
 

2. Real Estate Taxes and Home Value: Evidence from TCJA
By Wenli Li; Research
   presented by: Wenli Li, Research
 

3. Decomposing Present-Value Effects: Evidence from a large-scale restructuring experiment
By Deniz Aydin; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Deniz Aydin, Washington University in St. Louis
 

4. Securities Lending as Wholesale Funding: Evidence from the U.S. Life Insurance Industry
By Nathan Foley-Fisher; Federal Reserve Board
Borghan Narajabad; Federal Reserve Board
Stephane Verani; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Nathan Foley-Fisher, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session ID 64: Finance Microstructure
 
Session Chair: Xavier Vives, IESE Business School
Session type: contributed
 

1. Optimal market Access Pricing
By Roberto Ricco; Bocconi University
Barbara Rindi; Bocconi University
Duane Seppi; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Barbara Rindi, Bocconi University
 

2. High-Frequency Cross-Market Trading: Model Free Measurement and Applications
By Dobrislav Dobrev; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Ernst Schaumburg; AQR Capital Management, LLC
   presented by: Dobrislav Dobrev, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

3. When do low-frequency measures really measure transaction costs?
By Mohammad Jahan-Parv; Federal Reserve Board
Filip Zikes; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Filip Zikes, Federal Reserve Board
 

4. Exchange Competition, Entry, and Welfare
By Giovanni Cespa; City University London
Xavier Vives; IESE Business School
   presented by: Xavier Vives, IESE Business School
 
Session ID 65: Liquidity and Arbitrage
 
Session Chair: Zijian Wang, University of Western Ontario
Session type: contributed
 

1. Financially Constrained Arbitrage and Market Structure
By Vincent Fardeau; National Research University Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Vincent Fardeau, Higher School of Economics
 

2. Who Limits Arbitrage?
By Nathan Foley-Fisher; Federal Reserve Board
Borghan Narajabad; Federal Reserve Board
Stephane Verani; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Borghan Narajabad, Federal Reserve Board
 

3. Measuring funding illiquidity in the overnight loan market
By Narayan Bulusu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Narayan Bulusu, Bank of Canada
 

4. Liquidity and Private Information in Asset Markets: to Signal or not to Signal
By Zijian Wang; University of Western Ontario
   presented by: Zijian Wang, University of Western Ontario
 
Session ID 66: Banking, Collateral, and Monetary Policy
 
Session Chair: Shengxing Zhang, London School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Banks, Maturity Transformation, and Monetary Policy
By Pascal Paul; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Pascal Paul, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

2. How Do Banks Respond to Non-Performing Loans?
By Brunella Bruno; Bocconi University
Immacolata Marino; University of Naples Federico II and CSEF
   presented by: Immacolata Marino, University of Naples Federico II and CSEF
 

3. The Decline of Too Big to Fail
By Antje Berndt; Australian National University
Darrell Duffie; Stanford University
Yichao Zhu; Australian National University
   presented by: Antje Berndt, Australian National University
 

4. Safe Assets as Collateral Multipliers
By Emre Ozdenoren; London Business School
Kathy Yuan; LSE
Shengxing Zhang; London School of Economics
   presented by: Shengxing Zhang, London School of Economics
 
Session ID 67: Topics in Banking 1
 
Session Chair: Matias Vieyra, Bank of Canada
Session type: contributed
 

1. Aggregate Implications of Credit Relationship Flows: A Tale of Two Margins
By Yasser Boualam; Kenan-Flagler Business School
Clément Mazet-Sonilhac; Sciences Po Paris, Banque de France
   presented by: Yasser Boualam, Kenan-Flagler Business School
 

2. Unearthing Zombies
By Nirupama Kulkarni; Reserve Bank of India Main Building
Subrata Ritadhi; Ashoka University
Siddharth Vij; University of Georgia
Katherine Waldock; Georgetown University
   presented by: Subrata Ritadhi, Ashoka University
 

3. Model Secrecy and Stress Tests
By Yaron Leitner; Olin Business School, Washington Univers
Basil Williams; NYU
   presented by: Yaron Leitner, Olin Business School, Washington Univers
 

4. Banks Adjust Slowly
By Juliane Begenau; Stanford University
Saki Bigio; UCLA
Jeremy Majerovitz; Stanford University
Matias Vieyra; UCLA
   presented by: Matias Vieyra, Bank of Canada
 
Session ID 68: Finance, Human Capital, and Unemployment
 
Session Chair: Patrick Kehoe, Stanford University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Persistence of Unemployment and the Role of Unemployment Insurance History
By Similan Rujiwattanapong; Aarhus University
   presented by: Similan Rujiwattanapong, Aarhus University
 

2. Unemployment Insurance with Consumer Bankruptcy
By Diego Legal-Cañisá; University of Virginia
   presented by: Diego Legal-Cañisá, University of Virginia
 

3. Talent Discovery, Layoff Risk and Unemployment Insurance
By Marco Pagano; Università di Napoli Federico II
Luca Picariello; University of Naples Federico II, CSEF
   presented by: Marco Pagano, Università di Napoli Federico II
 

4. Asset Prices and Unemployment Fluctuations
By Patrick Kehoe; Stanford University
Pierlauro Lopez; Banque de France
Virgiliu Midrigan; New York University
Elena Pastorino; Stanford University
   presented by: Patrick Kehoe, Stanford University
 
Session ID 69: Topics in Search
 
Session Chair: Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Session type: contributed
 

1. An Equilibrium Labor Market Model with Internal and External Referrals
By Youze Lang; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Youzhi Yang; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Youzhi Yang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

2. Wealth, Search and Human Capital over the Business Cycle
By Benjamin Griffy; University at Albany, SUNY
Stanislav Rabinovich; University of North Carolina - Chapel Hi
   presented by: Benjamin Griffy, University at Albany, SUNY
 

3. Search Complementarities, Aggregate Fluctuations, and Fiscal Policy
By Federico Mandelman; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
   presented by: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 

4. Wage Setting Under Targeted Search
By Anton Cheremukhin; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
   presented by: Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 
Session ID 70: Topics in Labor Markets 1
 
Session Chair: Christoph Hedtrich, Uppsala University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Job Specialization and Labor Market Turnover
By Srinivasan Murali; Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
   presented by: Srinivasan Murali, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
 

2. Endogenous Labor Market Cycles
By Yunan Li; City University of Hong Kong
Cheng Wang; Fudan University
   presented by: Cheng Wang, Fudan University
 

3. Wage Cyclicality Revisited: The Role of Hiring Standards
By Sekyu Choi; University of Bristol
Nincen Figueroa; Universidad Diego Portales
Benjamín Villena-Roldán; Diego Portales University
   presented by: Benjamín Villena-Roldán, Diego Portales University
 

4. Labor Market Dynamism and Job Polarization
By Christoph Hedtrich; Uppsala University
   presented by: Christoph Hedtrich, Uppsala University
 
Session ID 71: Labor Markets and Technical Change
 
Session Chair: Dilip Mookherjee, Boston University
Session type: contributed
 

1. AUTOMATING LABOR: EVIDENCE FROM FIRM-LEVEL PATENT DATA
By Morten Olsen; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Morten Olsen, University of Copenhagen
 

2. Technological Change and the Consequences of Job Loss
By J. Carter Braxton; University of Minnesota
Bledi Taska; New York University
   presented by: J. Carter Braxton, University of Minnesota
 

3. Robots or Workers? A Macro Analysis of Automation and Labor Markets
By Sylvain Leduc; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Zheng Liu; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Zheng Liu, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

4. Growth, Automation and the Long Run Share of Labor
By Dilip Mookherjee; Boston University
Debraj Ray; New York University
   presented by: Dilip Mookherjee, Boston University
 
Session ID 72: Topics in Monetary Policy 1
 
Session Chair: Jesper Linde, Sveriges Riksbank
Session type: contributed
 

1. A Robust Monetary Rule
By Tom Holden; Deutsche Bundesbank
   presented by: Tom Holden, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

2. Elections, Heterogeneity of Central Bankers and Inflationary Pressure: The case for staggered terms for the president and the central banker
By Mauricio Bugarin; Universidade de Brasília
Fabia Carvalho; Brazilian Central Bank
   presented by: Mauricio Bugarin, Universidade de Brasília
 

3. Resolving the Missing Deflation Puzzle
By Jesper Linde; Riksbank
Mathias Trabandt; Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Jesper Linde, Sveriges Riksbank
 
Session ID 73: Topics in Monetary Policy 2
 
Session Chair: Olivier Loisel, CREST and ENSAE ParisTech
Session type: contributed
 

1. ESTIMATING THE OPTIMAL INFLATION TARGET FROM TRENDS IN RELATIVE PRICES
By Klaus Adam; University of Mannheim
Henning Weber; Bundesbank
   presented by: Henning Weber, Bundesbank
 

2. The Perils of Tracking r-Star
By Saroj Bhattarai; University of Texas at Austin
Jae Won Lee; Department of Economics
Woong Yong Park; Seoul National University
   presented by: Woong Yong Park, Seoul National University
 

3. Is the negative interest rate policy effective?
By Robert Czudaj; Chemnitz University of Technology
   presented by: Robert Czudaj, Chemnitz University of Technology
 

4. A Model of Post-Crisis Monetary Policy
By Behzad Diba; Georgetown University
Olivier Loisel; CREST and ENSAE ParisTech
   presented by: Olivier Loisel, CREST and ENSAE ParisTech
 
Session ID 74: Topics in Monetary Policy 3
 
Session Chair: David Rappoport, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: contributed
 

1. Menu costs and volatility of inflation
By Makoto Nirei; University of Tokyo
Jose Scheinkman; Columbia University
   presented by: Makoto Nirei, University of Tokyo
 

2. The Collateral Channel: Real Estate Prices and Firm Leverage
By Sevcan Yesiltas; Koc University
   presented by: Sevcan Yesiltas, Koc University
 

3. Consumer Inventory and the Cost of Living Index: Theory and Some Evidence from Japan
By Kozo Ueda; Waseda University
   presented by: Kozo Ueda, Waseda University
 

4. Credit Surfaces, Economic Activity, and Monetary Policy
By John Geanakoplos; Yale University
David Rappoport; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: David Rappoport, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session ID 75: Topics in Monetary Policy 4
 
Session Chair: Rodolfo Rigato, Harvard University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Welfare Cost of Inflation Revisited: The Role of Financial Innovation and Household Heterogeneity
By Yaz Terajima; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Yaz Terajima, Bank of Canada
 

2. Central Bank Digital Currency and Banking
By Jonathan Chiu; Bank of Canada
Seyed Mohammadreza Davoodalhosseini; Bank of Canada
Janet Hua Jiang; Bank of Canada
Yu Zhu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Seyed Mohammadreza Davoodalhosseini, Bank of Canada
 

3. Multi-Product Pricing: Theory and Evidence From Large Retailers in Israel
By Marco Bonomo; Insper
Carlos Carvalho; PUC-Rio
Oleksiy Kryvtsov; Bank of Canada
Sigal Ribon; Bank of Israel
Rodolfo Rigato; Harvard University
   presented by: Rodolfo Rigato, Harvard University
 
Session ID 76: Topics in Labor Markets 2
 
Session Chair: Joao Alfredo Galindo da Fonseca, University of Montreal
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Life-cycle Profile of Worker Flows in Europe
By Etienne Lalé; Université du Québec à Montréal
Linas Tarasonis; Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius University
   presented by: Linas Tarasonis, Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius University
 

2. Occupation-industry mismatch in the cross-section and the aggregate
By Saman Darougheh; Danmarks Nationalbank
   presented by: Saman Darougheh, Danmarks Nationalbank
 

3. Why Didn’t the College Premium Rise Everywhere? Employment Protection and On-the-Job Investment in Skills
By Matthias Doepke; Northwestern University
Ruben Gaetani; University of Toronto
   presented by: Ruben Gaetani, University of Toronto
 

4. Spouses, Children and Entrepreneurship
By Joao Alfredo Galindo da Fonseca; University of Montreal
Charles Berube; Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
   presented by: Joao Alfredo Galindo da Fonseca, University of Montreal
 
Session ID 77: Earnings and Wealth Inequality
 
Session Chair: Kevin Lim, University of Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

1. Long-range dependence in capital stock and its impact on interest rate and wealth distribution in a continuous-time macro-financial model
By Frank Calisse; University of Stuttgart
   presented by: Frank Calisse, University of Stuttgart
 

2. Observed and Unobserved Sources of Wealth Inequality
By Heejeong Kim; Concordia University
   presented by: Heejeong Kim, Concordia University
 

3. Accounting for Wealth Concentration
By Baris Kaymak; University of Montreal
   presented by: Baris Kaymak, University of Montreal
 

4. Earnings Inequality in Production Networks
By Kevin Lim; University of Toronto
Federico Huneeus; Princeton
Kory Kroft; University of Toronto
David Price; University of Toronto
   presented by: Kevin Lim, University of Toronto
 
Session ID 78: Macroeconomics of Reallocation
 
Session Chair: Daniele Coen-Pirani, University of Pittsburgh
Session type: contributed
 

1. Labor Reallocation and Wage Growth: Evidence from East Germany
By Wolfgang Dauth; University of Wuerzburg
Sebastian Findeisen; University of Konstanz
Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee; Queen Mary University of London
Tommaso Porzio; Columbia Business School
   presented by: Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee, Queen Mary University of London
 

2. Product Differentiation, Oligopoly, and Resource Allocation
By Bruno Pellegrino; UCLA
   presented by: Bruno Pellegrino, UCLA
 

3. Spatial Integration and Agricultural Productivity: Quantifying the Effects of New Roads
By Tasso Adamopoulos; York University
   presented by: Tasso Adamopoulos, York University
 

4. Geographic mobility and redistribution
By Daniele Coen-Pirani; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Daniele Coen-Pirani, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session ID 79: Capital Allocation in Macroeconomics
 
Session Chair: Ricardo De la O, Stanford University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Local Causes and Aggregate Implications of Land Use Regulation
By Andrii Parkhomenko; University of Southern California
   presented by: Andrii Parkhomenko, University of Southern California
 

2. Targeted Subsidy and Capital (Mis)Allocation
By HANYI TAO; ShanghaiTech University
   presented by: HANYI TAO, ShanghaiTech University
 

3. Technology Adoption, Market Structure, and the Cost of Bank Intermediation
By Gianni De Nicolo'; John Hopkins University
Andrea Presbitero; International Monetary Fund
Alessandro Rebucci; The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Gang Zhang; Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
   presented by: Gang Zhang, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
 

4. The Effect of Buybacks on Capital Allocation
By Ricardo De la O; Stanford University
   presented by: Ricardo De la O, Stanford University
 
Session ID 80: Heterogeneity and Fluctuations
 
Session Chair: Eduardo Engel, Departamento de Economía
Session type: contributed
 

1. News Uncertainty in Brexit UK
By Renato Faccini; Queen Mary University
Edoardo Palombo; Queen Mary University
   presented by: Renato Faccini, Queen Mary University
 

2. Regional Risk and Aggregate Fluctuations
By Chang Liu; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   presented by: Chang Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

3. Heterogeneity and Aggregate Fluctuations
By Minsu Chang; Georgetown University
   presented by: Minsu Chang, Georgetown University
 

4. MISSING AGGREGATE DYNAMICS AND VAR APPROXIMATIONS OF LUMPY ADJUSTMENT MODELS
By Eduardo Engel; Departamento de Economía
   presented by: Eduardo Engel, Departamento de Economía
 
Session ID 81: Topics in Growth and Productivity
 
Session Chair: John Fernald, INSEAD/FRBSF
Session type: contributed
 

1. Technical Change and Entrepreneurship
By Sergio Salgado; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Sergio Salgado, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
 

2. Accounting for the International Quantity-Quality Trade-off
By Marla Ripoll; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Marla Ripoll, University of Pittsburgh
 

3. Corporate Governance and Industrialization
By Pietro Peretto; Duke University
   presented by: Pietro Peretto, Duke University
 

4. World Productivity: 1996 - 2014
By John Fernald; INSEAD/FRBSF
Mehrdad Esfahani; Arizona State University
Bart Hobijn; Arizona State University
   presented by: John Fernald, INSEAD/FRBSF
 
Session ID 82: Topics in Monetary Policy 5
 
Session Chair: Michael Bauer, Universität Hamburg
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Global Effects of U.S. Monetary Policy on Equity and Bond Markets: A Spatial Panel Data Model Approach
By Lina Lu; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Shaowen Luo; Virginia Tech
   presented by: Shaowen Luo, Virginia Tech
 

2. Disentangling the Information Effects in the Federal Reserve’'s Monetary Policy Announcements
By Xu Zhang; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Xu Zhang, Bank of Canada
 

3. The Fed's Response to Economic News Explains the "Fed Information Effect"
By Michael Bauer; Universität Hamburg
Eric Swanson; University of California Irvine
   presented by: Michael Bauer, Universität Hamburg
 
Session ID 83: Topics in Heterogeneous Agent Macroeconomics
 
Session Chair: Florian Exler, University of Vienna
Session type: contributed
 

1. Who Gets Jobs Matters: Monetary Policy and the Labour Market
By Uros Herman; GSEFM, Goethe University Frankfurt
Matija Lozej; Central Bank of Ireland
   presented by: Uros Herman, GSEFM, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

2. Debt Overhang, Monetary Policy, and Economic Recoveries After Large Recessions
By Christian Bustamante; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Christian Bustamante, Bank of Canada
 

3. Save, Spend or Give? A Model of Housing, Family Insurance, and Savings in Old Age
By Daniel Barczyk; McGill University
Sean Fahle; SUNY Buffalo
Matthias Kredler; Universidad Carlos III Madrid
   presented by: Daniel Barczyk, McGill University
 

4. Consumer Credit with Over-Optimistic Borrowers
By Florian Exler; University of Vienna
Igor Livshits; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
James MacGee; University of Western Ontario
Michele Tertilt; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Florian Exler, University of Vienna
 
Session ID 84: Redistribution in Macroeconomics
 
Session Chair: Junichi Fujimoto, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Session type: contributed
 

1. Risk Loving, Growth, and Redistribution
By Aloisio Araujo; FGV
   presented by: Aloisio Araujo, FGV
 

2. Education Affordability and Income Inequality
By Oliko Vardishvili; European University Institute
   presented by: Oliko Vardishvili, European University Institute
 

3. Aggregate and Distributional Effects of ‘Free’ Secondary Schooling in the Developing World
By Junichi Fujimoto; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
David Lagakos; University of California San Diego
Mitchell Vanvuren; UCSD
   presented by: Junichi Fujimoto, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
 
Session ID 85: Taxes and Macroeconomics
 
Session Chair: Fernando Martin, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Session type: contributed
 

1. Corporate tax avoidance and economic concentration
By Julien Martin; Université du Québec à Montréal
Farid Toubal; ENS Paris Saclay
Mathieu Parenti; Université Libre de Bruxelles
   presented by: Julien Martin, Université du Québec à Montréal
 

2. Organization of Knowledge and Taxation
By Marek Kapicka; CERGE-EI (Charles University - Economics Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
Ctirad Slavik; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Marek Kapicka, CERGE-EI (Charles University - Prague)
 

3. The Macroeconomic Effects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
By Filippo Occhino; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Filippo Occhino, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

4. How to Starve the Beast: Fiscal Policy Rules
By Fernando Martin; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Fernando Martin, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 
Session ID 86: Asset Pricing Theory
 
Session Chair: John Stachurski, Australian National University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Relative Existence for Recursive Utility
By Walt Pohl
Karl Schmedders; IMD Lausanne
Ole Wilms; Tilburg University
   presented by: Ole Wilms, Tilburg University
 

2. Intertemporal Preference with Loss Aversion: Equilibrium Analysis
By Kyoung Jin Choi; University of Calgary
Junkee Jeon; Kyung Hee University
Hyeng Keun Koo; Ajou University
   presented by: Kyoung Jin Choi, University of Calgary
 

3. Smart Stochastic Discount Factors
By Sofonias Korsaye; University of Geneva
Alberto Quaini; University of Geneva
Fabio Trojani; University of Geneva and Swiss Finance I
   presented by: Fabio Trojani, University of Geneva and Swiss Finance I
 

4. Stability of Equilibrium Asset Pricing Models: A Necessary and Sufficient Condition
By Jaroslav Borovicka; New York University
John Stachurski; Australian National University
   presented by: John Stachurski, Australian National University
 
Session ID 87: Profits, Income, and Risk Premia
 
Session Chair: Maria Cecilia Bustamante, University of Maryland
Session type: contributed
 

1. Democratization, Inequality, and Risk Premia
By Max Miller; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Max Miller, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
 

2. Wage Growth and Equity Risk Premia
By Paulo Maio; Hanken School of Economics
Byoung-Kyu Min; Hanyang University
   presented by: Byoung-Kyu Min, Hanyang University
 

3. Industry Returns in Global Value Chains: The Role of Upstreamness and Downstreamness
By Nicole Branger; University of Muenster
René Flacke; University of Muenster
Steffen Windmüller; Technical University of Munich
   presented by: Steffen Windmüller, Technical University of Munich
 

4. Asset Pricing with Misspecified Models
By Pooya Molavi; University of Chicago
Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi; Northwestern University
Andrea Vedolin
   presented by: Pooya Molavi, University of Chicago
 
Session ID 88: Stochastic Volatility and Higher Moments
 
Session Chair: Karl Schmedders, IMD Lausanne
Session type: contributed
 

1. Observed macroeconomic tail risk and asset prices: new long term evidence
By Rodrigo Guimaraes; Bank of England
   presented by: Rodrigo Guimaraes, Bank of England
 

2. Multifactor Empirical Asset Pricing Under Higher-Order Moment Variations
By Massimo Guidolin; Bocconi University
   presented by: Massimo Guidolin, Bocconi University
 

3. Structural Stochastic Volatility
By Federico Bandi; Johns Hopkins University
Nicola Fusari; Johns Hopkins University
Roberto Reno; University of Verona
   presented by: Nicola Fusari, Johns Hopkins University
 

4. Nonlinear Dynamics in Conditional Volatility
By Friedrich Lorenz; University of Muenster
Karl Schmedders; IMD Lausanne
Malte Schumacher; University of Zurich
   presented by: Karl Schmedders, IMD Lausanne
 
Session ID 89: Asset Pricing and Interest Rates
 
Session Chair: Ali Ozdagli, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Session type: contributed
 

1. Loan choice of local governments in the United Kingdom
By Davide Avino; University of Liverpool
Dennis De Widt; Cardiff University
   presented by: Davide Avino, University of Liverpool
 

2. Low Interest Rates and the Distribution of Household Debt
By Marina Emiris; National Bank of Belgium and ULB
Francois Koulischer; Universite du Luxembourg
   presented by: Francois Koulischer, Universite du Luxembourg
 

3. Risk-Free Interest Rates
By William Diamond; University of Pennsylvania
Marco Grotteria; London Business School
Jules van Binsbergen; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Marco Grotteria, London Business School
 

4. Interest Rates and Insurance Company Investment Behavior
By Ali Ozdagli; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Zixuan Kevin Wang; Harvard University
   presented by: Ali Ozdagli, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 
Session ID 90: Asset Pricing and Information
 
Session Chair: Peter Bossaerts, Brain, Mind and Markets Laboratory
Session type: contributed
 

1. Insider Trading and the Informativeness of Earnings Announcements
By Julio Crego; Tilburg University
Jasmin Gider; Tilburg University
   presented by: Julio Crego, Tilburg University
 

2. NONPARAMETRIC TESTING FOR INFORMATION ASYMMETRY
By Helmi Jedidi; HEC Montreal
   presented by: Helmi Jedidi, HEC Montreal
 

3. Announcements, Expectations, and Stock Returns with Asymmetric Information
By Leyla Jianyu Han; The University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Leyla Jianyu Han, The University of Hong Kong
 

4. How Information Structure Impacts Aggregation of Information in Markets
By Peter Bossaerts; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Peter Bossaerts, Brain, Mind and Markets Laboratory
 
Session ID 91: Factors In Asset Pricing
 
Session Chair: Will Cong, Cornell University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Characteristics as Signal Processes: Asset Prices, Carry, and Risk Premia
By Joon Woo Bae; Case Western Reserve University
Huichou Huang; City University of Hong Kong
Serhiy Kozak; University of Maryland College Park
   presented by: Huichou Huang, City University of Hong Kong
 

2. A Factor Model for Option Returns
By Matthias Buechner; University of Warwick
Bryan Kelly; Yale University
   presented by: Matthias Buechner, University of Warwick
 

3. Constructing and using double-adjusted alphas to analyze mutual fund performance
By Reza Brink; Bocconi University
Erik Kole; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Erik Kole, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

4. AlphaPortfolio and Interpretable AI for Finance
By Lin Cong; Cornell University
Ke Tang; Tsinghua University
Jingyuan Wang; Beihang University
Yang Zhang; Beihang University
   presented by: Will Cong, Cornell University
 
Session ID 92: Institutional Finance
 
Session Chair: Morad Elsaify, Fuqua School of Business
Session type: contributed
 

1. Hedge Fund Fee Structure and Risk Exposure: Theory and Empirical Evidence
By Matias Braun; Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
Herve Roche; Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
   presented by: Herve Roche, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
 

2. Private Equity and Financial Stability: Evidence from Failed Bank Resolution in the Crisis
By Emily Johnston-Ross; FDIC
Song Ma; Yale University
Manju Puri; Duke University and NBER
   presented by: Song Ma, Yale University
 

3. Capital Allocation and the Market for Mutual Funds: Inspecting the Mechanism
By Jules van Binsbergen; University of Pennsylvania
Jeong Ho (John) Kim; Emory University
Soohun Kim; Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Techonology
   presented by: Jeong Ho (John) Kim, Emory University
 

4. Hedge Fund Incentives, Risk Taking, and Asset Prices
By Morad Elsaify; Fuqua School of Business
   presented by: Morad Elsaify, Fuqua School of Business
 
Session ID 93: Topics in Banking 2
 
Session Chair: Alessandro Villa, Duke University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Delayed Crises and Slow Recoveries
By Xuewen Liu; The University of Hong Kong (HKU)
   presented by: Xuewen Liu, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)
 

2. Bank Equity, Risk, and Small-Firm Employment: Evidence from Firms Affected by Climate Change
By simon Baumgartner; HU Berlin
Thomas Schober; Johannes Kepler University Linz
Alex Stomper; Humboldt University
Rudolf Winter-Ebmer; University of Linz and IHS, Vienna
   presented by: simon Baumgartner, HU Berlin
 

3. High-Speed Internet, Financial Technology and Banking
By Angelo D'Andrea; Bocconi
Nicola Limodio; Bocconi University
   presented by: Nicola Limodio, Bocconi University
 

4. The Price of Strategic Banking
By Alessandro Villa; Duke University
   presented by: Alessandro Villa, Duke University
 
Session ID 94: Announcements, Information, and Speculation
 
Session Chair: Toomas Laarits, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Does Speculation in Financial Markets Have Real Effects?
By Tao Li; City University of Hong Kong
Mark Loewenstein; University of Maryland Robert H Smith Sc
   presented by: Tao Li, City University of Hong Kong
 

2. Sorting, Selection, and Announcement Returns in Takeover Markets
By Kei Kawakami; Aoyama Gakuin University
   presented by: Kei Kawakami, Aoyama Gakuin University
 

3. Higher-Order Uncertainty in Financial Markets: Evidence from a Consensus Pricing Service
By lerby Ergun; Erasmus University in Rotterdam
Andreas Uthemann; London School of Economics
   presented by: Andreas Uthemann, Bank of Canada
 

4. Pre-Announcement Risk
By Toomas Laarits; NYU Stern School of Business
   presented by: Toomas Laarits, New York University
 
Session ID 95: Topics in Finance
 
Session Chair: Frank Jong, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Formation of Multi-stage Economies and Trade Credit: Can Banks Amplify Contagion Risk?
By Andrea Giovannetti; University of Technology Sydney
   presented by: Andrea Giovannetti, University of Technology Sydney
 

2. Set-up Costs and the Financing of Young Firms
By francois derrien; HEC Paris
Jean-Stéphane Mésonnier; Banque de France
Guillaume Vuillemey; HEC Paris
   presented by: Jean-Stéphane Mésonnier, Banque de France
 

3. Global Financial Cycles since 1880
By Galina Potjagailo; Bank of England
Maik Wolters; Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
   presented by: Galina Potjagailo, Bank of England
 

4. Labor Income Risk and Stock Returns: The Role of Horizon Effects
By Esther Eiling; University of Amsterdam
Frank Jong; Tilburg University
Roger Laeven; University of Amsterdam
Rob Sperna Weiland; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Frank Jong, Tilburg University
 
Session ID 96: Savings, Investment, and Interest Rates
 
Session Chair: Wei Cui, University College London
Session type: contributed
 

1. Computerizing households and the role of investment-specific productivity in business cycles
By Seunghoon Na; Krannert School of Management
Hyunseung Oh; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Hyunseung Oh, Federal Reserve Board
 

2. Time to deliver: financing constraints of capital goods producers and investment dynamics
By Alberto Arredondo-Chavez; University of Michigan
   presented by: Alberto Arredondo-Chavez, University of Michigan
 

3. Cyclical Attention to Saving
By Alistair Macaulay; University of Oxford
   presented by: Alistair Macaulay, University of Oxford
 

4. A Ramsey Theory of Low Interest Rates
By Marco Bassetto; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Wei Cui; University College London
   presented by: Wei Cui, University College London
 
Session ID 97: Political Economy, Inequality, and Redistribution
 
Session Chair: Jochem de Bresser, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Electoral Impact of Wealth Redistribution: Evidence from the Italian Land Reform
By Bruno Caprettini; University of Zurich
Lorenzo Casaburi; University of Zurich
Miriam Venturini; University of Zurich
   presented by: Bruno Caprettini, University of Zurich
 

2. The Effect of Constitutional Provisions on Education Policy and Outcomes
By Anusha Nath; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Anusha Nath, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 

3. The (Great) Persuasion Divide? Gender Disparities in Debate Speeches & Evaluations
By Huyen Nguyen; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Huyen Nguyen, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

4. Preferences for income redistribution: a new survey instrument and experimental evidence
By Jochem de Bresser; Tilburg University
Marike Knoef; Leiden University, Netspar
   presented by: Jochem de Bresser, Tilburg University
 
Session ID 98: Political Economy and the Media
 
Session Chair: Claudio Ferraz, UBC
Session type: contributed
 

1. Public Media Do Serve The State: A Field Experiment
By Shuhei Kitamura; Osaka University
Toshifumi Kuroda; Tokyo Keizai U
   presented by: Toshifumi Kuroda, Tokyo Keizai U
 

2. Media Slant is Contagious
By Philine Widmer; University of St.Gallen
Sergio Galletta; ETHZ
Elliott Ash; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Philine Widmer, University of St.Gallen
 

3. Internet, Social Media, and the Behavior of Politicians: Evidence from Facebook in Brazil
By Claudio Ferraz; UBC
   presented by: Claudio Ferraz, UBC
 
Session ID 99: Identity, Ethnicity, and Religion
 
Session Chair: Dominic Rohner, University of Lausanne
Session type: contributed
 

1. Racial Diversity, Electoral Preferences, and the Supply of Policy: the Great Migration and Civil Rights
By Alvaro Calderon; Stanford University
Vasiliki Fouka
Marco Tabellini; Harvard Business School
   presented by: Marco Tabellini, Harvard Business School
 

2. The Power of Religion
By Gunes Gokmen; Lund University
   presented by: Gunes Gokmen, Lund University
 

3. Leader Identity and Coordination
By Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex
Irma Clots-Figueras; University of Kent
Lakshmi Iyer; University of Notre Dame
Joseph Vecci; Gothenburg University
   presented by: Irma Clots-Figueras, University of Kent
 

4. Ethnic Conflicts and the Informational Dividend of Democracy
By Dominic Rohner; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Dominic Rohner, University of Lausanne
 
Session ID 100: Political Economy and Institutions
 
Session Chair: Yusuke Kinai, Konan University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Political Costs of Government Expropriation
By Wenbiao Sha; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Wenbiao Sha, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

2. Weak Institutions and Relational Taxation in the Oil&Gas Industry
By Marta Troya-Martinez; New Economic School
   presented by: Marta Troya-Martinez, New Economic School
 

3. Government Organization and Economic Performance
By Yusuke Kinai; Konan University
   presented by: Yusuke Kinai, Konan University
 
Session ID 101: Lobbying and Interest Groups
 
Session Chair: Clement Minaudier, University of Vienna
Session type: contributed
 

1. POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY, MARKET STRUCTURE AND THE FORMS OF STATE CAPTURE
By Leonard Wantchekon; Princeton University
   presented by: Leonard Wantchekon, Princeton University
 

2. Lobbying and Enforcement: Theory and Evidence from Regulatory Enforcement Actions against US Banks
By Panagiota Papadimitri; University of Portsmouth
Ansgar Wohlschlegel; Swansea University
   presented by: Ansgar Wohlschlegel, Swansea University
 

3. Occupy Government: Democracy and the Dynamics of Personnel Decisions and Public Finances
By Klenio Barbosa; SKEMA Business School
Fernando Ferreira; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Klenio Barbosa, SKEMA Business School
 

4. The value of confidential policy information
By Clement Minaudier; University of Vienna
   presented by: Clement Minaudier, University of Vienna
 
Session ID 102: Voting
 
Session Chair: Joseph McMurray, Brigham Young University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Why the Political World is Flat: An Endogenous "Left" and "Right" in Multidimensional Elections
By Joseph McMurray; Brigham Young University
   presented by: Joseph McMurray, Brigham Young University
 

2. Sorting of Candidates: Evidence from 20,000 Electoral Ballots
By Michal Šoltés; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Michal Šoltés, CERGE-EI
 

3. Constitent Flexibility: Enforcing Fiscal Rules Through Political Incentives
By Valerio Dotti; Washington University is St. Louis
Eckhard Janeba; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Valerio Dotti, Washington University is St. Louis
 

4. Populism as Simplistic Commitment
By Massimo Morelli; Bocconi University
Antonio Nicolo; University of Padova, Italy
paolo roberti; University of Bozen-Bolzano
   presented by: Massimo Morelli, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 103: Topics in Political Economy
 
Session Chair: Danilo Souza, INSPER
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Rise and Persistence of Illegal Crops: Evidence from a Naive Policy Announcement
By Daniel Mejia; Universidad de los Andes
Mounu Prem; Univresidad del Rosario
Juan Vargas; Universidad del Rosario
   presented by: Juan Vargas, Universidad del Rosario
 

2. Accountability and Political Competition
By Braz Camargo; Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
Arianna Degan; University of Quebec at Montreal
   presented by: Arianna Degan, University of Quebec at Montreal
 

3. Negative campaigning: theory and evidence
By Danilo Souza; INSPER
Marcos Nakaguma; EESP - FGV
   presented by: Danilo Souza, INSPER
 
Session ID 104: Agriculture and development I
 
Session Chair: Habiba Djebbari, Aix-Marseille University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Quantifying Externalities in Technology Adoption: Experimental Evidence from Ugandan Farmers
By Benedetta Lerva; Stockholm University
   presented by: Benedetta Lerva, Stockholm University
 

2. Institution and development: Experimental evidence of land titling on welfare gains in India
By Arjunan Subramanian; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Arjunan Subramanian, University of Glasgow
 

3. Farm Profits, Prices and Household Behavior
By Daniel LaFave; Colby College
Evan Peet; RAND
Duncan Thomas; Duke University
   presented by: Daniel LaFave, Colby College
 

4. Gender, information and the efficiency of household production decisions: An experiment in rural Togo
By Dedevi Apedo-Amah; Stanford University
Habiba Djebbari; Department of Economics
Roberta Ziparo; University of Aix-Marseille
   presented by: Habiba Djebbari, Aix-Marseille University
 
Session ID 105: General Equilibrium
 
Session Chair: Michael Richter, Royal Holloway, University of London
Session type: contributed
 

1. General equilibrium with prospect theory, risk loving preferences, and regulation
By Aloisio Araujo; FGV
Juan Pablo Gama Torres; Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Campo Suarez; IMPA
   presented by: Juan Pablo Gama Torres, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
 

2. Theft in Equilibrium
By Casilda Lasso de la Vega; University of the Basque Country
Federico Weinschelbaum; Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Oscar Volij; Ben Gurion University
   presented by: Oscar Volij, Ben Gurion University
 

3. Existence and Uniqueness of Recursive Equilibria with Aggregate and Idiosyncratic Risk
By Elisabeth Pröhl; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Elisabeth Pröhl, University of Amsterdam
 

4. First Welfare Theorems for Time-Inconsistent Agents: Efficiency and Patience Convexity
By Michael Richter; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Michael Richter, Royal Holloway, University of London
 
Session ID 106: Learning in Misspecified Models
 
Session Chair: Andrew Ellis, London School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. On the survival of agents that under-react to information
By Filippo Massari; Bocconi University
   presented by: Filippo Massari, Bocconi University
 

2. Stability and Robustness in Misspecified Learning Models
By Mira Frick; Cowles Foundation, Yale University
Ryota Iijima; Yale University
Yuhta Ishii; Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Yuhta Ishii, Pennsylvania State University
 

3. A Theory on the Persistence of Misspecifications in Games
By Kevin He; Caltech and UPenn
Jonathan Libgober; Univ of Southern California
   presented by: Jonathan Libgober, Univ of Southern California
 

4. Misspecified Higher-Order Beliefs and Failures of Social Learning
By Andrew Ellis; London School of Economics
Matthew Levy; LSE
Balazs Szentes; London School of Economics
   presented by: Andrew Ellis, London School of Economics
 
Session ID 107: Affiliation, Similarity, and Discrimination
 
Session Chair: Paul-Henri Moisson, TSE
Session type: contributed
 

1. An economic theory of differential treatment
By Emil Temnyalov; University of Technology Sydney
   presented by: Emil Temnyalov, University of Technology Sydney
 

2. Social Clubs and Social Networks
By Dotan Persitz; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Dotan Persitz, Tel Aviv University
 

3. Culture and Communication
By Rajiv Sethi; Barnard College, Columbia University
Muhamet Yildiz; MIT
   presented by: Muhamet Yildiz, MIT
 

4. Cooptation: Meritocracy vs. Homophily in Organizations
By Paul-Henri Moisson; TSE
Jean Tirole; TSE
   presented by: Paul-Henri Moisson, TSE
 
Session ID 108: Networks I
 
Session Chair: Segev Shlomov, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. A model of network formation for the overnight interbank market
By Mikhail Anufriev; University of Technology Sydney
Andrea Deghi; International Monetary Fund
Valentyn Panchenko; University of New South Wales
Paolo Pin; Università di Siena
   presented by: Mikhail Anufriev, University of Technology Sydney
 

2. Trading Networks of Price-Taking Buyers and Sellers
By Myeonghwan Cho; University of Seoul
   presented by: Myeonghwan Cho, University of Seoul
 

3. Choice via Social Influence
By Abhinash Borah; Ashoka University
   presented by: Abhinash Borah, Ashoka University
 

4. Virtually Additive Learning
By Segev Shlomov; Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
   presented by: Segev Shlomov, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
 
Session ID 109: Networks II
 
Session Chair: Jacopo Perego, Columbia University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Price Competition and Network Choice: Evidence from the US Airline Industry
By Kevin Remmy; Toulouse School of Economics
Cristina Gualdani; Toulouse School of Economics
Christian Bontemps; ENAC and Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Kevin Remmy, Toulouse School of Economics
 

2. The Property Rights Theory of Production Networks
By Ivan Balbuzanov; The University of Melbourne
Maciej Kotowski; Harvard University
   presented by: Maciej Kotowski, Harvard University
 

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

4. Information System
By Simone Galperti; University of California San Diego
Jacopo Perego; Columbia University
   presented by: Jacopo Perego, Columbia University
 
Session ID 110: Social Learning
 
Session Chair: Roberto Corrao, MIT
Session type: contributed
 

1. Information Cascades and Ambiguity
By Jaden Chen; Cornell University
   presented by: Jaden Chen, Cornell University
 

2. Information Acquisition in Social Learning
By Nina Bobkova; Rice University
Helene Mass; University of Bonn
   presented by: Nina Bobkova, Rice University
 

3. The Spread of Misinformation in Networks with Individual and Social Learning
By Sebastiano Della Lena; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
   presented by: Sebastiano Della Lena, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
 

4. Robust Opinion Aggregation and its Dynamics
By Roberto Corrao
   presented by: Roberto Corrao, MIT
 
Session ID 111: Search and Matching I
 
Session Chair: Jan Starmans, Stockholm School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Search for Bidders by a Deadline
By Joosung Lee; University of Edinburgh
Daniel Z. Li; Durham University Business School
   presented by: Daniel Z. Li, Durham University Business School
 

2. Random versus Directed Search for Scarce Resources
By Teddy Mekonnen; Brown University
   presented by: Teddy Mekonnen, Brown University
 

3. Search, Matching, and Signaling: Do Markets Help Relationships?
By Arda Gitmez; University of Chicago
   presented by: Arda Gitmez, University of Chicago
 

4. Contracting and Search with Heterogeneous Principals and Agents
By Jan Starmans; Stockholm School of Economics
   presented by: Jan Starmans, Stockholm School of Economics
 
Session ID 112: Search and Matching II
 
Session Chair: Ignacio Monzon, Collegio Carlo Alberto
Session type: contributed
 

1. Job Matching with Subsidy and Taxation
By Fuhito Kojima; Stanford University
Ning Sun; Nanjing Audit University
Ning Yu; Nanjing Audit University; Stanford University
   presented by: Ning Yu, Nanjing Audit University; Stanford University
 

2. The strategic decentralization of recruiting
By Yi Chen; Cornell University
Thomas Jungbauer; Cornell University
   presented by: Yi Chen, Cornell University
 

3. Frictions Lead to Sorting: a Partnership Model with On-the-Match Search
By Cristian Bartolucci; Collegio Carlo Alberto
Ignacio Monzon; Collegio Carlo Alberto
   presented by: Ignacio Monzon, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 
Session ID 113: Contests I
 
Session Chair: Lars Metzger, TU Dortmund University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Does the cream rise to the top? Luck, talent, success, and merit
By Thomas Noe; University of Oxford
Dawei Fang; University of Gothenburg
   presented by: Dawei Fang, University of Gothenburg
 

2. Contests between fund managers
By Herve Roche; Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
Nicolas Sahuguet; HEC Montreal
   presented by: Nicolas Sahuguet, HEC Montreal
 

3. Microfounded Contest Design
By Rene Kirkegaard; University of Guelph
   presented by: Rene Kirkegaard, University of Guelph
 

4. Repeated Contests With Draws
By Jörg Franke; University of Bath
Lars Metzger; TU Dortmund University
   presented by: Lars Metzger, TU Dortmund University
 
Session ID 114: Contests II
 
Session Chair: Christian Ewerhart, University of Zurich
Session type: contributed
 

1. Tournament Rewards and Heavy Tails
By Mikhail Drugov; New Economic School, Moscow
Dmitry Ryvkin; Florida State University
   presented by: Mikhail Drugov, New Economic School, Moscow
 

2. Winners' Efforts in Team Contests
By Stefano Barbieri; Tulane University
Marco Serena; Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Pub
   presented by: Marco Serena, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Pub
 

3. Collaborative peacekeeping in a contest economy
By Gautam Bose; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Gautam Bose, University of New South Wales
 

4. Multi-Battle Contests, Finite Automata, and the Tug-of-War
By Christian Ewerhart; University of Zurich
Julian Teichgraeber; University of Zurich
   presented by: Christian Ewerhart, University of Zurich
 
Session ID 115: Contests III
 
Session Chair: Michael Kramm, Technical University Dortmund
Session type: contributed
 

1. Information Disclosure on the Contest Mechanism
By Xin Feng; Nanjing University
   presented by: Xin Feng, Nanjing University
 

2. Coupling Information Disclosure with a Quality Standard in R&D Contests
By Gaoyang Cai; Tsinghua University
Qian Jiao; Lingnan College, Sun Yat-sen University
Jingfeng Lu; National University of Singapore
Jie Zheng; School of Economics and Management, Tsin
   presented by: Qian Jiao, Lingnan College, Sun Yat-sen University
 

3. Information Disclosure in Dynamic Research Contests
By Bo Chen; Southern Methodist University
Bo Chen; KFUPM
Dmitriy Knyazev; Humboldt University of Berlin
   presented by: Dmitriy Knyazev, Humboldt University of Berlin
 

4. Information Design in Multi-Task Contests - Whom to Inform When the Importance of Tasks Is Uncertain
By Michael Kramm; Technical University Dortmund
   presented by: Michael Kramm, Technical University Dortmund
 
Session ID 116: Repeated and Stochastic Games I
 
Session Chair: Joao Ramos, USC _ Marshall
Session type: contributed
 

1. Learning from Manipulable Signals
By Mehmet Ekmekci; Boston College
Leandro Gorno; FGV EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia e Finanças
Lucas Maestri; FGV/EPGE
Jian Sun; MIT
Dong Wei; University of California Berkeley
   presented by: Dong Wei, University of California Berkeley
 

2. Blackwell Equilibria
By Costas Cavounidis; University of Warwick
Sambuddha Ghosh; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Johannes Horner; Yale University
Eilon Solan; Tel Aviv University, Israel
Satoru Takahashi; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Costas Cavounidis, University of Warwick
 

3. Learning efficient equilibria in repeated games
By Sam Jindani
   presented by: Sam Jindani,
 

4. Partnership with Persistence
By Joao Ramos; USC _ Marshall
Tomasz Sadzik; UCLA
   presented by: Joao Ramos, USC _ Marshall
 
Session ID 117: Agriculture and development II
 
Session Chair: Lisa Tarquinio, Boston University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Trade-Induced Urbanization and the Making of Modern Agriculture
By Yuan Tian; Carnegie Mellon University
Junjie Xia; Peking University
Rudai Yang; Peking University
   presented by: Yuan Tian, Carnegie Mellon University
 

2. Rural Banks and Agricultural Production: Evidence from India's Social Banking Experiment
By Liang Bai; University of Edinburgh
Camille Boudot; University of Edinburgh
Johannes Eigner; The University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Liang Bai, University of Edinburgh
 

3. The Politics of Drought Relief: Evidence from Southern India
By Lisa Tarquinio; Boston University
   presented by: Lisa Tarquinio, Boston University
 
Session ID 118: Repeated and Stochastic Games II
 
Session Chair: Chihiro Morooka, The University of Tokyo
Session type: contributed
 

1. On the Value of Information Structures in Stochastic Games
By Daehyun Kim; Wuhan University
Ichiro Obara; University of California Los Angeles
   presented by: Daehyun Kim, Wuhan University
 

2. Distributional equilibria in dynamic supermodular games with a measure space of players and no aggregate risk
By Łukasz Woźny; Warsaw School of Economics
   presented by: Łukasz Woźny, Warsaw School of Economics
 

3. Continuous-Time Stochastic Games with Imperfect Public Monitoring
By Benjamin Bernard; National Taiwan University
   presented by: Benjamin Bernard, National Taiwan University
 

4. A New Folk Theorem in OLG Games
By Chihiro Morooka; The University of Tokyo
   presented by: Chihiro Morooka, The University of Tokyo
 
Session ID 119: Beliefs in education
 
Session Chair: Imran Rasul, University College London
Session type: contributed
 

1. Incentive Effects of Preferential Admissions Under Biased Beliefs
By Michela Tincani; University College London
Fabian Kosse; University of Bonn
Enrico Miglino; University College London
   presented by: Michela Tincani, University College London
 

2. Approximating the Equilibrium Effects of Informed School Choice
By Claudia Allende; Princeton University
Francisco Gallego; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Christopher Neilson; Princeton University
   presented by: Claudia Allende, Columbia University and Princeton University
 

3. Perceived Ability and School Choice
By Matteo Bobba; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Matteo Bobba, Toulouse School of Economics
 

4. Parental Responses to Information About School Quality: Evidence from Linked Survey and Administrative Data
By Imran Rasul; University College London
Iftikhar Hussain; Sussex University
Birgitta Rabe; University of Essex
Ellen Greaves; University of Bristol
   presented by: Imran Rasul, University College London
 
Session ID 120: Clientelism, corruption and black markets
 
Session Chair: Yannis Ioannides, Tufts University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Distributive Implications of Competitive Clientelism: Evidence from Bangladesh
By Youjin Hahn; Yonsei University
Kanti Nuzhat; North South University
Hee-Seung Yang; Yonsei University
Haishan Yuan; University of Queensland
   presented by: Hee-Seung Yang, Yonsei University
 

2. The Black Market for Beijing License Plates
By Oeystein Daljord; University of Chicago
Mandy Hu; CUHK
Guillaume Pouliot; University of Chicago
Junji Xiao; University of Technology Sydney
   presented by: Guillaume Pouliot, University of Chicago
 

3. Optimal Basic Income for India
By Nicholas Lawson; Université du Québec à Montréal
Dean Spears; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Nicholas Lawson, Université du Québec à Montréal
 

4. On The Dynamics of Corruption
By Costas Azariadis; Washington University in St Louis
Yannis Ioannides; Tufts University
   presented by: Yannis Ioannides, Tufts University
 
Session ID 121: Audits, Certification, and Experts
 
Session Chair: Reda Aboutajdine, The World Bank
Session type: contributed
 

1. Anonymous or Personal? A simple model of repeated personalized advice
By Marius Gramb; University of Cologne
   presented by: Marius Gramb, University of Cologne
 

2. Optimal Incentives for Financial Analysts
By Rahul Deb; University of Toronto
Mallesh Pai; Rice University
Maher Said; New York University
   presented by: Maher Said, New York University
 

3. Firm Certification
By Allen Vong; Yale University
   presented by: Allen Vong, Yale University
 

4. Reputation Effects in Repeated Audits, with Application to Insurance Fraud Deterrence
By Reda Aboutajdine; The World Bank
Pierre Picard; Ecole Polytechnique
   presented by: Reda Aboutajdine, The World Bank
 
Session ID 122: Consumer Protection and Privacy
 
Session Chair: Tatiana Mayskaya, NRU Higher School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. What should a firm Know? Protecting Consumers' Privacy Rents
By Daniel Bird; Tel-Aviv Universtiy
Zvika Neeman; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Daniel Bird, Tel-Aviv Universtiy
 

2. Voluntary Disclosure and Personalized Pricing
By S. Nageeb Ali; Economics
Gregory Lewis; Microsoft Research
Shoshana Vasserman; Stanford University
   presented by: S. Nageeb Ali, Economics
 

3. Disclosure, Welfare and Adverse Selection
By Kym PRAM; University of Nevada, Reno
   presented by: Kym PRAM, University of Nevada, Reno
 

4. Privacy Protection: When Does Hiding in Plain Sight Work?
By Arina Nikandrova; Birkbeck, University of London
Tatiana Mayskaya; NRU Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Tatiana Mayskaya, NRU Higher School of Economics
 
Session ID 123: Financial Contracting
 
Session Chair: Kumar Rishabh, University of Basel
Session type: contributed
 

1. Financing With Investor Syndicates
By Dan Luo; Stanford Graduate School of Business
   presented by: Dan Luo, Stanford Graduate School of Business
 

2. Pivots and Prestige: Venture Capital Contracts with Experimentation
By Xuelin Li; University of Minnesota
Martin Szydlowski; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Martin Szydlowski, University of Minnesota
 

3. Life cycle of startup financing
By Svetlana Boyarchenko; University of Texas-Austin
   presented by: Svetlana Boyarchenko, University of Texas-Austin
 

4. Bank as a Venture Capitalist
By Kumar Rishabh; University of Basel
   presented by: Kumar Rishabh, University of Basel
 
Session ID 124: Collusion and Mergers
 
Session Chair: Weixuan Zhou, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Effect of Mergers on Innovation
By Kaustav Das; University of Leicester
Arina Nikandrova; City, University of London
   presented by: Kaustav Das, University of Leicester
 

2. EPIC Fail: How Below-Bid Pricing Back?res in Multiunit Auctions
By Daniel Marszalec; University of Tokyo
Alexander Teytelboym; University of Oxford
Sanna Laksá; University of Liverpool
   presented by: Daniel Marszalec, University of Tokyo
 

3. Endogenized Product Variety, Search Friction and Collusion
By Yuk-fai Fong; The University of Hong Kong
Ping Lin; Lingnan University
Xiaoxuan Meng; Hong Kong University
Weixuan Zhou; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Weixuan Zhou, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 
Session ID 125: News, Media, and Information
 
Session Chair: Jiemai Wu, University of Sydney
Session type: contributed
 

1. Influential News and Policy-making
By Federico Vaccari
   presented by: Federico Vaccari,
 

2. Creating Confusion
By Chris Edmond; University of Melbourne
Yang Lu; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Chris Edmond, University of Melbourne
 

3. The Politics of News Personalization
By Lin HU; Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies & Statistics, Australian Nati
Anqi Li; Washington University in St. Louis
Ilya Segal; Stanford University
   presented by: Anqi Li, Washington University in St. Louis
 

4. Breaking echo chambers with personalized news
By Jiemai Wu; University of Sydney
   presented by: Jiemai Wu, University of Sydney
 
Session ID 126: Revealed Preferences
 
Session Chair: Charles Gauthier, Western University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Choosing from Graphical Choice Architectures
By Hualin Li; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Hualin Li, University of Glasgow
 

2. Revealed Price Preference: Theory and Empirical Analysis
By Rahul Deb; University of Toronto
Yuichi Kitamura; Yale University
John Quah; Johns Hopkins University
Joerg Stoye; Cornell University
   presented by: Joerg Stoye, Cornell University
 

3. Nonparametric Identification of Discount Factors under Partial Efficiency
By Charles Gauthier; Western University
   presented by: Charles Gauthier, Western University
 
Session ID 127: Auctions I
 
Session Chair: Daniel Bougt, Uppsala University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Uniform Price Double Auction Markets with Interdependent Values: An Asymptotic Approximation Approach
By Eiichiro Kazumori; University of Massachusetts
   presented by: Eiichiro Kazumori, University of Massachusetts
 

2. Selling Multiple Complements with Packaging Costs
By Simon Finster
   presented by: Simon Finster, University of Oxford, Nuffield College
 

3. Sequential auctions with ambiguity
By Gagan Ghosh; California State University Fullerton
Heng Liu; University of Michigan
   presented by: Gagan Ghosh, California State University Fullerton
 

4. Ambiguity and the Declining Price Anomaly: Theory and Evidence
By Daniel Bougt; Uppsala University
Gagan Ghosh; California State University Fullerton
Heng Liu; University of Michigan
   presented by: Daniel Bougt, Uppsala University
 
Session ID 128: Auctions II
 
Session Chair: Sanyyam Khurana, Delhi School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Secret Reserve Prices by Uninformed Sellers
By Pavel Andreyanov; HSE, Moscow
El Hadi Caoui; University of Toronto
   presented by: El Hadi Caoui, University of Toronto
 

2. Costless Signaling in Auctions with Return Policies
By Yanlin Chen; Nanjing Audit University
Ruqu Wang; Queen's University
Jun Zhang; University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
   presented by: Yanlin Chen, Nanjing Audit University
 

3. Efficient and strategy-proof multi-unit object allocation with money: (Non)decreasing marginal valuations without quasi-linearity
By Hiroki Shinozaki; Osaka University
Tomoya Kazumura; University of Tokyo
Shigehiro Serizawa; Osaka University
   presented by: Hiroki Shinozaki, Osaka University
 

4. Unraveling of value-ranking in auctions with resale
By Sanyyam Khurana; Delhi School of Economics
   presented by: Sanyyam Khurana, Delhi School of Economics
 
Session ID 129: Auctions III
 
Session Chair: Hisayuki Yoshimoto, University of Glasgow
Session type: contributed
 

1. Robustly Optimal Reserve Price
By Wei He; Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jiangtao Li; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Jiangtao Li, Singapore Management University
 

2. Optimal discounts in Green Public Procurement
By Olga Chiappinelli; DIW Berlin
Gyula Seres; Humboldt University of Berlin
   presented by: Olga Chiappinelli, DIW Berlin
 

3. Deposit Requirements in Auctions
By Xiaogang Che; City University of London
Tong Li; Vanderbilt University
Jingfeng Lu; National University of Singapore
Xiaoyong Zheng; North Carolina State University
   presented by: Xiaogang Che, City University of London
 

4. Auction Mechanisms and Treasury Revenue: Evidence from the Chinese Experiment
By Klenio Barbosa; SKEMA Business School
Dakshina De Silva; Lancaster University
Liyu Yang; Lancaster University
Hisayuki Yoshimoto; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Hisayuki Yoshimoto, University of Glasgow
 
Session ID 130: Auctions IV
 
Session Chair: Mengxi Zhang, University of Bonn
Session type: contributed
 

1. Resolving Failed Banks: Uncertainty, Multiple Bidding & Auction Design
By Jason Allen; Bank of Canada
Robert Clark; Queen's University
Brent Hickman; Washington University in St. Louis
Eric Richert; Queens University
   presented by: Jason Allen, Bank of Canada
 

2. Supply Reduction in the Broadcast Incentive Auction
By Christina Aperjis; Power Auctions LLC
Lawrence Ausubel; University of Maryland
Oleg Baranov; University of Colorado at Boulder
   presented by: Lawrence Ausubel, University of Maryland
 

3. How to Set a Deadline for Auctioning a House
By Alina Arefeva; University of Wisconsin Madison
   presented by: Alina Arefeva, University of Wisconsin Madison
 

4. Optimal Auctions for Dual Risk Averse Bidders: Myerson meets Yaari
By Alex Gershkov; Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Benny Moldovanu; University of Bonn
Philipp Strack; Yale
Mengxi Zhang; University of Bonn
   presented by: Mengxi Zhang, University of Bonn
 
Session ID 131: Collective Decision Making
 
Session Chair: Carl Heese, University of Bonn, BGSE
Session type: contributed
 

1. Informal Elections with Dispersed Information
By Mehmet Ekmekci; Boston College
Stephan Lauermann; University of Bonn
   presented by: Stephan Lauermann, University of Bonn
 

2. (Not) Addressing Issues in Electoral Campaigns
By Anke Gerber
   presented by: Anke Gerber, Universität Hamburg
 

3. Sequential Vote Buying
By Ying Chen; JHU
Jan Zapal; CERGE-EI, IAE-CSIC, and Barcelona GSE
   presented by: Ying Chen, JHU
 

4. Voter Attention and Distributive Politics
By Carl Heese; University of Bonn, BGSE
   presented by: Carl Heese, University of Bonn, BGSE
 
Session ID 132: Social Choice
 
Session Chair: Edward Schlee, Arizona State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Justified changes in social preferences: the preference reversal principle revisited
By ,
   presented by: Salvador Barbera, Universitat autonoma de barcelona
 

2. Deliberation and epistemic democracy
By Huihui DING; University of Cergy Pontoise
Marcus Pivato; Université de Cergy-Pontoise
   presented by: Huihui DING, University of Cergy Pontoise
 

3. Agenda-Manipulation in Ranking
By Ludvig Sinander; Northwestern University
Gregorio Curello; University of Bonn
   presented by: Ludvig Sinander, Northwestern University
 

4. Money-Metrics in Applied Welfare Analysis: A Saddlepoint Rehabilitation
By M. Ali Khan; Johns Hopkins University
Edward Schlee; Arizona State University
   presented by: Edward Schlee, Arizona State University
 
Session ID 133: Political Economy I
 
Session Chair: Edoardo Grillo, Collegio Carlo Alberto
Session type: contributed
 

1. Intuition in the Shadow of the Court
By Aditya Kuvalekar; U Carlos III de Madrid
Joao Ramos; University of Southern California
Johannes Schneider; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Aditya Kuvalekar, U Carlos III de Madrid
 

2. Contagion of Populist Extremism: Social Learning with Agency Problems
By Daiki Kishishita; The University of Tokyo
Atsushi Yamagishi; Princeton University
   presented by: Daiki Kishishita, Tokyo University of Science
 

3. Dynamic Campaign Spending
By Avidit Acharya; Stanford University
Edoardo Grillo; Collegio Carlo Alberto
Takuo Sugaya; Stanford University
Eray Turkel; Stanford University
   presented by: Edoardo Grillo, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 
Session ID 134: Political Economy II
 
Session Chair: Yang Xie, University of California, Riverside
Session type: contributed
 

1. Land Reform, Land Holdings, and Redistribution
By Yidi Xu; University of York
   presented by: Yidi Xu, University of York
 

2. Brexit: Dynamic Voting with an Irreversible Option
By Benny Moldovanu; University of Bonn
Frank Rosar; University of Bonn
   presented by: Frank Rosar, University of Bonn
 

3. A Political Model of Inequality and Trust
By Marina Agranov; California Institute of Technology
Konstantin Sonin; University of Chicago
   presented by: Konstantin Sonin, University of Chicago
 

4. Optimal Control of Revolutionary Capital and Endogenous Dynamics of Mass Political Action
By Weijia Li; Monash University
Gerard Roland; UC BERKELEY
Yang Xie; University of California, Riverside
   presented by: Yang Xie, University of California, Riverside
 
Session ID 135: Decision Theory I
 
Session Chair: Xiaoyu Cheng, Northwestern University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Relative Maximum Likelihood Updating of Ambiguous Beliefs
By Xiaoyu Cheng; Northwestern University
   presented by: Xiaoyu Cheng, Northwestern University
 

2. An intertemporal model of growing awareness
By Marie-Louise Vierø; Queen's University
   presented by: Marie-Louise Vierø, Queen's University
 

3. Rational Inattention via Ignorance Equivalence
By Roc Armenter; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Michèle Müller-Itten; University of Notre Dame
Zachary Stangebye; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Michèle Müller-Itten, University of Notre Dame
 

4. Repeated Choice: A Theory of Stochastic Intertemporal Preferences
By Jay Lu; University of California, Los Angeles
Kota Saito; California Institute of Technology
   presented by: Kota Saito, California Institute of Technology
 
Session ID 136: Decision Theory II
 
Session Chair: Lucas Siga, New Yor University-Abu Dhabi
Session type: contributed
 

1. Aversion to Intertemporal Substitution and Risk in Time Lotteries and Private Equity Investments
By Larry Selden; Columbia University
Xiao Wei; Fudan University and Shanghai Inst. of International Finance and Economics
   presented by: Xiao Wei, Fudan University and Shanghai Inst. of I
 

2. Decision-making with partial information
By Jurgen Eichberger; University of Heidelberg
Illia Pasichnichenko; University of Heidelberg
   presented by: Illia Pasichnichenko, Heidelberg University
 

3. Every choice function is pro-con rationalizable
By Serhat Dogan; Bilkent University
Kemal Yildiz; Bilkent University
   presented by: Kemal Yildiz, Bilkent University
 

4. Ordering Uncertain Prospects with Likelihood Ratios
By Maximilian Mihm; New York University Abu Dhabi
Lucas Siga; New Yor University-Abu Dhabi
   presented by: Lucas Siga, New Yor University-Abu Dhabi
 
Session ID 137: Decision Theory III
 
Session Chair: Victor Aguiar, The University of Western Ontario
Session type: contributed
 

1. Correlation made simple: Applications to Salience and Regret Theory
By Giacomo Lanzani; Massachusettes Institute Technology
   presented by: Giacomo Lanzani, Massachusettes Institute Technology
 

2. Foundations for Structural Preferences
By Marciano Siniscalch; Northwestern University
   presented by: Marciano Siniscalchi, Northwestern University
 

3. Intermittent Discounting
By Alexis Direr; Laboratoire d'Economie d'Orléans
   presented by: Alexis Direr, Laboratoire d'Economie d'Orléans
 

4. The Theory of Weak Revealed Preference: Counterfactuals and Welfare Analysis
By Victor Aguiar; The University of Western Ontario
Per Hjertstrand; Research Institute of Industrial Economi
Roberto Serrano; Brown University
   presented by: Victor Aguiar, The University of Western Ontario
 
Session ID 138: Climate change modeling
 
Session Chair: Dalia Ghanem, University of California, Davis
Session type: contributed
 

1. Testing the presence of outliers in regression models
By Xiyu Jiao; University of Oxford
Felix Pretis; University of Victoria & University of Oxford, Nuffield College
   presented by: Felix Pretis, University of Victoria & University of Oxford, Nuffield College
 

2. On Model Selection Criteria for Climate Change Impact Studies
By Xiaomeng Cui; Jinan University
Dalia Ghanem; University of California, Davis
Todd Kuffner; Washington University, St. Louis
   presented by: Dalia Ghanem, University of California, Davis
 

3. Measuring and Hedging Geopolitical Risk
By Robert Engle; NYU Stern
Susana Martins; University of Oxford
   presented by: Susana Campos Martins, University of Oxford
 

4. Discounting Future Climate Change and the Equilibrium Real Interest Rate
By Michael Bauer; Universität Hamburg
Glenn Rudebusch; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Glenn Rudebusch, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

5. Beyond RCP8.5: Marginal Mitigation Using Quasi-Representative Concentration Pathways
By William Brock; University of Wisconsin, Madison
J. Isaac Miller; University of Missouri
   presented by: J. Isaac Miller, University of Missouri
 
Session ID 139: Decision Theory IV
 
Session Chair: Leandro Gorno, FGV EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia
Session type: contributed
 

1. Worst- and Best-Case Expected Utility and Ordinal Meta-Utility
By Simon Grant; Australian National University
Patricia Rich; Bayreuth University
Jack Stecher; University of Alberta
   presented by: Jack Stecher, University of Alberta
 

2. Revealed statistical consumer theory
By Pawel Dziewulski; University of Sussex
   presented by: Pawel Dziewulski, University of Sussex
 

3. Preference for Simplicity
By Indira Puri; MIT
   presented by: Indira Puri, MIT
 

4. A maximum theorem for incomplete preferences
By Leandro Gorno; FGV EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia e Finanças
Alessandro Rivello; FGV EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia e Finanças
   presented by: Leandro Gorno, FGV EPGE - Escola Brasileira de Economia
 
Session ID 140: Climate coalitions and environmental markets
 
Session Chair: Radomir Pestow, Chemnitz University of Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. Dynamic Incentives and Permit Market Equilibrium in Cap-and-Trade Regulation
By Yuta Toyama; Waseda University
   presented by: Yuta Toyama, Waseda University
 

2. The Global Climate Game
By Roweno J.R.K. Heijmans; Tilburg University
   presented by: Roweno J.R.K. Heijmans, Tilburg University
 

3. Endogenous Climate Coalitions and Preferential Free Trade - Building the Missing Link
By Thomas Kuhn; University of Technology Chemnitz
Radomir Pestow; Chemnitz University of Technology
Anja Zenker; University of Technology Chemnitz
   presented by: Radomir Pestow, Chemnitz University of Technology
 

4. Information and Negotiations of Climate Coalitions
By Sareh Vosooghi; University of Oxford
   presented by: Sareh Vosooghi, University of Oxford
 
Session ID 141: College education
 
Session Chair: Mahdi Majbouri, Babson College
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identifying the Sources of Returns to College Education Using Affirmative Action Policy
By Aaron Bodoh-Creed; University of California, Berkeley
Brent Hickman; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Aaron Bodoh-Creed, University of California, Berkeley
 

2. Complementarities in High School and College Investments
By John Eric Humphries; Yale
Juanna Joensen; University of Chicago
Gregory Veramendi; University of Munich (LMU)
   presented by: Juanna Joensen, University of Chicago
 

3. The Value of US College Education in Global Labor Markets: Experimental Evidence from China
By Mingyu Chen; Princeton Unviersity
   presented by: Mingyu Chen, Princeton Unviersity
 

4. Sir! I'd Rather Go to School, Sir!
By Mahdi Majbouri; Babson College
   presented by: Mahdi Majbouri, Babson College
 
Session ID 142: Conflict and development
 
Session Chair: Alexey Makarin, EIEF
Session type: contributed
 

1. Terrorism, education, and the role of media: Evidence from al-Shabaab attacks in Kenya
By Marco Alfano; Mr
Joseph-Simon Goerlach; Bocconi University, VAT IT03628350
   presented by: Marco Alfano, Mr
 

2. The Long-Run Impact of Losing Siblings During a Civil Conflict
By Thomas Gautier; Boston University
   presented by: Thomas Gautier, Boston University
 

3. Reparations as Development: Evidence from the Victims of the Colombian Armed Conflict
By Arlen Guarin Galeano; Universidad de California Berkeley
Juliana Londono Velez; University of California, Los Angeles
Christian Posso; Banco de la República de Colombia
   presented by: Arlen Guarin Galeano, Universidad de California Berkeley
 

4. Conflict and Inter-Group Trade: Evidence from the 2014 Russia-Ukraine Crisis
By Vasily Korovkin; CERGE-EI
Alexey Makarin; EIEF
   presented by: Alexey Makarin, EIEF
 
Session ID 143: Courts, discrimination and judicial independence
 
Session Chair: Joyce Sadka, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Méx
Session type: contributed
 

1. Judicial Independence, Religion, and Politics: Theory and Evidence
By Avner Seror; Aix Marseille School of Economics
   presented by: Avner Seror, Aix Marseille School of Economics
 

2. Judicial Independence and Development: Evidence from Pakistan
By Sultan Mehmood; CERP Pakistan and Aix-Marseille University
   presented by: Sultan Mehmood, CERP Pakistan and Aix-Marseille University
 

3. Measuring Racial Discrimination in Bail Decisions
By David Arnold; Princeton University
Will Dobbie; Harvard Kennedy School
Peter Hull; University of Chicago
   presented by: Peter Hull, University of Chicago
 

4. Information and Lawyer Quality: Evidence from a Field Experiment in a Mexican Labor Court
By Joyce Sadka; Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Méx
Enrique Seira; ITAM Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de M
Christopher Woodruff; University of Oxford
   presented by: Joyce Sadka, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Méx
 
Session ID 144: Demand for health services in developing countries
 
Session Chair: Alessandro Tarozzi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona G
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identification of Time Inconsistent Models: The Case of Insecticide Treated Nets
By Aprajit Mahajan; UC-Berkeley
Christian Michel; Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Barcelona GSE
Alessandro Tarozzi; Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona GSE
   presented by: Christian Michel, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Barcelona GSE
 

2. Incentives to use primary care and their impact on healthcare utilization: Evidence using public health insurance dataset in China
By Li Linyan; Harvard University
Menghan Shen; Sun Yatsen University
he wen; sun yatsen university
   presented by: Menghan Shen, Sun Yatsen University
 

3. Subjective Expectations and Demand for Contraception
By Grant Miller; Stanford University
Aureo de Paula; University College London
Christine Valente; University of Bristol
   presented by: Christine Valente, University of Bristol
 

4. Demand for Information on Environmental Health Risk, Mode of Delivery, and Behavioral Change: Evidence from Sonargaon, Bangladesh
By Alessandro Tarozzi; Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona GSE
Ricardo Maertens; Harvard University
Kazi Matin Ahmed; University of Dhaka
Lex van Geen; Columbia University
   presented by: Alessandro Tarozzi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Barcelona G
 
Session ID 145: Development and urbanization
 
Session Chair: Nicolas Martinez Franco, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Impact of Urban Sprawl on Temperature in the United States Over the Past Four Decades
By Golnoush Rahimzadeh; Georgia State University
   presented by: Golnoush Rahimzadeh, Georgia State University
 

2. From Samurai to Skyscrapers: How Historical Lot Fragmentation Shapes Tokyo
By Junichi Yamasaki; Kobe University
Kentaro Nakajima; Hitotsubashi University
Kensuke Teshima; Hitotsubashi University
   presented by: Junichi Yamasaki, Kobe University
 

3. Urbanization, Productivity Differences and Spatial Frictions
By Calin Arcalean; ESADE Business School
Gerhard Glomm; Indiana University
Ioana Schiopu; ESADE Business School
   presented by: Calin Arcalean, ESADE Business School
 

4. Distributional Effects of Transportation Policies: Lessons from a Structural Model of Transportation for Paris Metropolitan Area
By Isis Durrmeyer; Toulouse School of Economics
Nicolas Martinez Franco; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Nicolas Martinez Franco, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session ID 146: Development, credit and risk sharing
 
Session Chair: Karol Mazur, University of Oxford
Session type: contributed
 

1. Preparing fertile ground: How does the business environment affect outcomes from microfinance?
By Jonathan Fu; University of Zurich
Annette Krauss; University of Zurich
   presented by: Jonathan Fu, University of Zurich
 

2. Labelled Loans and Human Capital Investments
By Britta Augsburg; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Bet Caeyers; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Sara Giunti; IFS
Bansi Malde; University of Kent
Susanna Smets; World Bank
   presented by: Bansi Malde, University of Kent
 

3. Sharing Risk to Avoid Tragedy: Informal Insurance and Irrigation in Village Economies
By Karol Mazur; University of Oxford
   presented by: Karol Mazur, University of Oxford
 

4. Income Changes and Consumption Smoothing: The PIH holds
By Manuela Angelucci; University of Texas
Silvia Prina; Northeastern University
   presented by: Silvia Prina, Northeastern University
 
Session ID 147: Development, growth and institutions
 
Session Chair: Matti Mitrunen, University of Chicago
Session type: contributed
 

1. Tracing out the Finnish Kuznets Curve: Famine, Threat of Revolution, and Democratization
By Tuomo Virkola; European University Institute
Jaakko Meriläinen; Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
Matti Mitrunen; University of Chicago
   presented by: Tuomo Virkola, European University Institute
 

2. Progressivity and Development
By Leandro de Magalhaes; Bristol University
Enric Martorell; University of Edinburgh
Raul Santaeulalia-Llopis; MOVE, UAB, and Barcelona GSE
   presented by: Leandro de Magalhaes, Bristol University
 

3. Was Domar Right? Serfdom and Factor Endowments in Bohemia
By Alexander Klein; University of Kent
   presented by: Alexander Klein, University of Kent
 

4. War Reparations, Structural Change, and Intergenerational Mobility
By Matti Mitrunen; University of Chicago
   presented by: Matti Mitrunen, University of Chicago
 
Session ID 148: Development, wages and teachers
 
Session Chair: Christopher Neilson, Princeton University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Do Firms Exit the Formal Economy After a Minimum Wage Hike?
By Laurent Bossavie; The World Bank
Aysenur Acar; The World Bank
Mattia Makovec; The World Bank
   presented by: Mattia Makovec, The World Bank
 

2. Minimum Wage, Market Imperfection, and Production Efficiency: Panel Event Study in Vietnam
By Manabu Nose; The University of Tokyo
   presented by: Manabu Nose, The University of Tokyo
 

3. Recruitment, effort, and retention effects of performance contracts for civil servants: Experimental evidence from Rwandan primary schools
By Clare Leaver; University of Oxford
Owen Ozier; The World Bank
Pieter Serneels; University of East Anglia
Andrew Zeitlin; Georgetown University
   presented by: Andrew Zeitlin, Georgetown University
 

4. Teacher Wages and Academic Achievement
By Christopher Neilson; Princeton University
Matteo Bobba; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Christopher Neilson, Princeton University
 
Session ID 149: Early childhood interventions
 
Session Chair: Enrico Rettore, University of Padova
Session type: contributed
 

1. Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of Sizable Child Subsidy: Evidence from Russia
By Evgeny Yakovlev; New Economic School
   presented by: Evgeny Yakovlev, New Economic School
 

2. Effects of Universal Early Childhood Education on Adolescent Behavioral Outcomes
By Michihito Ando; Rikkyo University
Hiroaki Mori; Senshu University
Shintaro Yamaguchi; University of Tokyo
   presented by: Michihito Ando, Rikkyo University
 

3. Estimating the Growth of Latent Skills From an Early Childhood Program
By James Heckman; University of Chicago
Jin Zhou; University of Chicago
   presented by: Jin Zhou, University of Chicago
 

4. QUANTILES OF THE GAIN DISTRIBUTION OF AN EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION
By Erich Battistin; University of Maryland
Carlos Lamarche; University of Kentucky
Enrico Rettore; University of Trento
   presented by: Enrico Rettore, University of Padova
 
Session ID 150: Economics of education
 
Session Chair: Elena Mattana, Aarhus University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Out of Africa: Human Capital Consequences of Prenatal Conditions
By Adi Shany; Tel Aviv University
Victor Lavy; University of Warwick
Analia Schlosser; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Adi Shany, Tel Aviv University
 

2. Genetic Endowments, Educational Outcomes and the Mediating Influence of School Investments
By Benjamin Arold; LMU Munich and ifo Institute
Paul Hufe; University of Munich
Marc Stöckli; ifo Institute
   presented by: Paul Hufe, University of Munich
 

3. Peer Effects of Migrant and Left-behind Children: Evidence from Classroom Random Assignment in China
By Zibin Huang; University of Rochester
   presented by: Zibin Huang, University of Rochester
 

4. Effects of Busing on Test Scores and Well-being of Bilingual Pupils: Resources Matter.
By Anna Piil Damm; Aarhus University
Elena Mattana; Aarhus University
Helena Nielsen; Aarhus University
Benedicte Rouland; University of Nantes
   presented by: Elena Mattana, Aarhus University
 
Session ID 151: Economics of education and human capital
 
Session Chair: Pelin Akyol, Bilkent University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Human Capital Accumulation in Dual-Earner Households
By Katrine Jakobsen; University of Copenhagen
Thomas Jørgensen; University of Copenhagen
Hamish Low; University of Oxford
   presented by: Thomas Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen
 

2. Assessing the patterns of selection into high school dropout and high school graduation: Evidence from South Africa
By Godstime Eigbiremolen; University of Nigeria
   presented by: Godstime Eigbiremolen, University of Nigeria
 

3. Decentralizing Centralized Matching Markets: Implications from Early Offers in University Admissions
By Julien Grenet; Paris School of Economics
Yinghua He; Rice University
Dorothea Kubler; WZB Berlin
   presented by: Julien Grenet, Paris School of Economics
 

4. 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
 
Session ID 152: Education policy and school choice
 
Session Chair: Jorge Rodriguez, Universidad de los Andes, Chile
Session type: contributed
 

1. Can Perceived Returns Explain Enrollment Gaps in Postgraduate Education?
By Teodora Boneva; University of Oxford
Marta Golin; University of Oxford
Christopher Rauh; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Marta Golin, University of Oxford
 

2. Siblings' Spillover Effects on College and Major Choice: Evidence from Chile, Croatia and Sweden
By Adam Altmejd; Stockholm School of Economics
Andres Barrios-Fernandez; CEP(London School of Economics) and VATT
Christopher Neilson; Princeton University
   presented by: Andres Barrios-Fernandez, CEP(London School of Economics) and VATT
 

3. The unintended consequences of public school subsidies on educational markets
By Leonardo Rosa; Stanford University
   presented by: Leonardo Rosa, Stanford University
 

4. Understanding the Effects of Workfare Policies on Child Human Capital
By Jorge Rodriguez; Universidad de los Andes, Chile
   presented by: Jorge Rodriguez, Universidad de los Andes, Chile
 
Session ID 153: Education, goal setting and achievement
 
Session Chair: Elif Kubilay, University of Essex
Session type: contributed
 

1. Culture and International Student Achievement: Competing Intertemporal Preferences
By Eric Hanushek; Stanford University
Lavinia Kinne; ifo Institute
Philipp Lergetporer; ifo Institute
Ludger Woessmann; University of Munich and ifo Institute
   presented by: Lavinia Kinne, ifo Institute
 

2. Developing Goals for Development: Experimental Evidence from Cassava Processors in Ghana
By Elena Cettolin; economics department
Patricio Dalton; Tilburg University
   presented by: Elena Cettolin, economics department
 

3. Dark side of incentives: evidence from a randomized control trial in Uganda
By Dagmara Celik Katreniak; City, University of London
   presented by: Dagmara Celik Katreniak, City, University of London
 

4. Building Inter-Ethnic Cohesion in Schools: An Intervention on Perspective Taking
By Elif Kubilay; University of Essex
   presented by: Elif Kubilay, University of Essex
 
Session ID 154: Effects of information and transparency
 
Session Chair: Laurent Bossavie, The World Bank
Session type: contributed
 

1. Whisper Words of Wisdom: How Financial Counseling can Reduce Delinquency in Consumer Loans
By Jaime Ruiz-Tagle; Universidad de Chile
Roberto Alvarez; University of Chile
Álvaro Miranda
   presented by: Jaime Ruiz-Tagle, Universidad de Chile
 

2. Does transparency come at the cost of charitable services? Evidence from investigating British charities
By Canh Dang; London School of Economics
   presented by: Canh Dang, London School of Economics
 

3. The Effects of International Scrutiny on Manufacturing Workers: Evidence from the Rana Plaza Collapse in Bangladesh
By Laurent Bossavie; The World Bank
Yoonyoung Cho; World Bank
Rachel Heath; University of Washington
   presented by: Laurent Bossavie, The World Bank
 
Session ID 155: Environmental economics: renewable and non-renewable resources
 
Session Chair: Timothy Neal, University of New South Wales
Session type: contributed
 

1. OPEC, Unconventional Oil and Climate Change - On the importance of the order of extraction
By Hassan Benchekroun; McGill University
Gerard van der Meijden; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Cees Withagen; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
   presented by: Hassan Benchekroun, McGill University
 

2. The impact of Net Feed-in Tariffs on the Electricity Consumption by Households with Photovoltaic Panels
By Joseph Hirschberg; University of Melbourne
Jenny Lye; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Joseph Hirschberg, University of Melbourne
 

3. Optimal Fishing with Tipping Points
By Ted To; Bureau of Labor Statistics
   presented by: Ted To, Bureau of Labor Statistics
 

4. Institutions and the Effectiveness of Environmental Protection
By Timothy Neal; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Timothy Neal, University of New South Wales
 
Session ID 156: Environmental policy
 
Session Chair: Lorenzo Forni, University of Padua
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Effect of Vehicle Ownership Restrictions on Female Labor Supply
By Antung Liu; Indiana University
   presented by: Antung Liu, Indiana University
 

2. The Real Effects of Environmental Activist Investing
By S Lakshmi Naaraayanan; HKUST
Kunal Sachdeva; Rice University
Varun Sharma; London Business School
   presented by: Kunal Sachdeva, Rice University
 

3. Does Credit Boost Agriculture? Impacts on Brazilian Rural Economy and Deforestation
By Priscila Souza; PUC-Rio / Climate Policy Initiative
Juliano Assuncao; Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Sergio Mikio; Brazilian Central Bank
Pedro de Aragão Fernandes; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Priscila Souza, PUC-Rio / Climate Policy Initiative
 

4. Fiscal tools to reduce the transition costs of climate change mitigation
By Lorenzo Forni; University of Padua
   presented by: Lorenzo Forni, University of Padua
 
Session ID 157: Estimating job search models
 
Session Chair: Peter Arcidiacono, Duke University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The dynamics of job search in unemployment
By Jonas Maibom; Aarhus University
   presented by: Jonas Maibom, Aarhus University
 

2. Sufficient Statistics for Frictional Wage Dispersion and Growth
By Rune Vejlin; Aarhus University
Gregory Veramendi; University of Munich (LMU)
   presented by: Gregory Veramendi, University of Munich (LMU)
 

3. Beyond Cobb-Douglas: Flexibly Estimating Matching Functions with Unobserved Matching Efficiency
By Fabian Lange; McGill University
Theodore Papageorgiou; Boston College
   presented by: Theodore Papageorgiou, Boston College
 

4. Conditional Choice Probability Estimation of Continuous-Time Job Search Models
By Peter Arcidiacono; Duke University
Attila Gyetvai; Duke University
Ekaterina Jardim; Amazon
Arnaud Maurel; Duke University
   presented by: Peter Arcidiacono, Duke University
 
Session ID 159: Experimental economics: auctions and communication
 
Session Chair: Lingbo Huang, Nanjing Audit University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Are Strategies Anchored?
By Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel; Technical University Berlin
Gyula Seres; Humboldt University of Berlin
   presented by: Gyula Seres, Humboldt University of Berlin
 

2. Market power and information effects in a multi-unit auction
By Andreas Hefti; University of Zurich
Peiyao Shen; ShanghaiTech University
Regina Betz; Zurich University of Applied Science
   presented by: Peiyao Shen, ShanghaiTech University
 

3. Commitment and Cheap Talk in Search Deterrence
By Siqi Pan; University of Melbourne
Xin Zhao
   presented by: Siqi Pan, University of Melbourne
 

4. Talking Behind Your Back: Communication and Team Cooperation
By Klaus Abbink; Monash University
Lu Dong; Nanjing Audit University
Lingbo Huang; Nanjing Audit University
   presented by: Lingbo Huang, Nanjing Audit University
 
Session ID 160: Experimental economics: belief formation and elicitation
 
Session Chair: Tanjim Hossain, University of Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

1. Separating the effects of beliefs and attitudes on pricing under ambiguity
By Wenhui Li; Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE e.V
Christian Wilde; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Wenhui Li, Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE e.V
 

2. Belief elicitation when more than money matters.
By Juan Dubra; Universidad de Montevideo
   presented by: Juan Dubra, Universidad de Montevideo
 

3. Belief Elicitation with Multiple Point Predictions
By Markus Eyting; GSEFM Frankfurt
Patrick Schmidt; HITS
   presented by: Markus Eyting, GSEFM Frankfurt
 

4. Belief Formation Under Signal Correlation
By Tanjim Hossain; University of Toronto
Ryo Okui; SNU
   presented by: Tanjim Hossain, University of Toronto
 
Session ID 161: Experimental economics: choice and decision theory
 
Session Chair: Sebastian Schneider, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Session type: contributed
 

1. Behavioral welfare analysis and revealed preference: theory and experimental evidence
By Daniele Caliari; Queen Mary University
   presented by: Daniele Caliari, Queen Mary University
 

2. Motivated Information Acquisition in Social Decisions
By Si Chen; Bonn Graduate School of Economics
Carl Heese; University of Bonn, BGSE
   presented by: Si Chen, Bonn Graduate School of Economics
 

3. (Higher Order) Risk Preferences: Experimental Measures, Determinants and Related Field Behavior
By Sebastian Schneider; Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Matthias Sutter; Max Planck Institute for Collective Good
   presented by: Sebastian Schneider, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
 
Session ID 162: Experimental economics: information and consumer behavior
 
Session Chair: Benson Tsz Kin Leung, University of Cambridge
Session type: contributed
 

1. Exaggerating to Break-Even: Reference-Dependent Moral Hazard in Auto Insurance Claims
By Feng Gao; Tsinghua University
Jaimie Lien; Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jie Zheng; Tsinghua University
   presented by: Jaimie Lien, Chinese University of Hong Kong
 

2. Providing Consumers with Sale Information: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Online Supermarket Shopping.
By Kfir Eliaz; Tel-Aviv University
Orli Oren-Kolbinger; Villanova University
Sarit Weisburd; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Sarit Weisburd, Tel Aviv University
 

3. Obfuscation in Competitive Markets
By Ernst Fehr; Dept. of Economics, University of Zurich
Keyu Wu; University of Zurich
   presented by: Keyu Wu, University of Zurich
 

4. Information Overload and Con rmation Bias
By Lorenz Goette; University of Bonn
Hua-Jing Han; University of Bonn
Benson Tsz Kin Leung; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Benson Tsz Kin Leung, University of Cambridge
 
Session ID 163: Experiments on bargaining and decision making
 
Session Chair: Nora Szech, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. Bargaining and Time Preferences: An Experimental Study
By Jeongbin Kim; California Institute of Technology
   presented by: Jeongbin Kim, California Institute of Technology
 

2. Confrontation Costs in Negotiations: Bargaining Under the Veil of a Screen
By Andres Gago García; Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
   presented by: Andres Gago García, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
 

3. The (In)Elasticity of Moral Ignorance
By Nora Szech; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
   presented by: Nora Szech, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
 
Session ID 164: Experiments on monetary policy, information and dynamic games
 
Session Chair: Daniela Puzzello, Indiana University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Learning from unknown information sources
By Yucheng Liang; Stanford Graduate School of Business
   presented by: Yucheng Liang, Stanford Graduate School of Business
 

2. Reconstructing Strategies in Dynamic Games
By Arthur Dolgopolov; George Mason University
Mikhail Freer; University of Essex
   presented by: Arthur Dolgopolov, George Mason University
 

3. The Friedman Rule in the Laboratory
By Daniela Puzzello; Indiana University
   presented by: Daniela Puzzello, Indiana University
 

4. Rationally inattentive savers and monetary policy changes: a laboratory experiment
By Antonella Tutino; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Andrea Civelli; University of Arkansas
   presented by: Antonella Tutino, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 
Session ID 165: Experiments on networks
 
Session Chair: Fabio Tufano, University of Nottingham
Session type: contributed
 

1. Connectors and Influencers
By Syngjoo Choi; Seoul National University
sanjeev goyal; University of Cambridge
Frederic Moisan; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Syngjoo Choi, Seoul National University
 

2. The Network Dilemma
By Evan Calford; Australian National University
Anujit Chakraborty; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Evan Calford, Australian National University
 

3. Brokerage
By Syngjoo Choi; Seoul National University
sanjeev goyal; University of Cambridge
Frederic Moisan; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Frederic Moisan, University of Cambridge
 

4. The Surprising Capacity of the Company You Keep: Revealing Group Cohesion as a Powerful Factor of Team Production
By Simon Gächter; University of Nottingham
Chris Starmer; University of Nottingham
Fabio Tufano; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Fabio Tufano, University of Nottingham
 
Session ID 166: Fertility, mortality and children
 
Session Chair: François Woitrin, University of Namur
Session type: contributed
 

1. Where Have All the Children Gone? An Empirical Study of Child Abandonment and Abduction in China
By Sebastian Galiani; University of Maryland
   presented by: Sebastian Galiani, University of Maryland
 

2. The Stopping Rule and Over mortality. World Evidence
By Jean-Marie Baland; University of Namur
Guilhem Cassan; Université de Namur
François Woitrin; University of Namur
   presented by: François Woitrin, University of Namur
 

3. Are all the good men gone? U.S. Economic Shocks and Marriage Market Outcomes in Mexico
By Gabriela Rubio; University of California Merced
   presented by: Gabriela Rubio, University of California Merced
 
Session ID 167: Field experiments on norms, cooperation and human capital formation
 
Session Chair: Alessandra Cassar, University of San Francisco
Session type: contributed
 

1. Social Norms as a Cost-Effective Measure of Managing Transport Demand: Evidence from an Experiment on the London Underground
By Firat Yaman; City University London
Kingsley Offiaeli; City, University of London
   presented by: Firat Yaman, City University London
 

2. Acquiring Skills to Earn: Impact of Skills Training and Market Linkage on Rural Women in Pakistan
By Ali Cheema; Institute for Development and Economic Alternatives & Lahore University of Management Sciences
Asim Khwaja; Harvard University
Muhammad Farooq Naseer; Lahore University of Management Sciences
Jacob Shapiro; Princeton University
   presented by: Muhammad Farooq Naseer, Lahore University of Management Sciences
 

3. Why Don't We Sleep Enough? A Field Experiment Among College Students
By Mallory Avery; University of Pittsburgh
Osea Giuntella
Peiran Jiao; Maastricht University
   presented by: Peiran Jiao, Maastricht University
 

4. Option to Cooperate Increases Women's Competitiveness and Closes the Gender Gap
By Alessandra Cassar; University of San Francisco
   presented by: Alessandra Cassar, University of San Francisco
 
Session ID 168: Firm taxation
 
Session Chair: Katarzyna Bilicka, Utah State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Electronic Sales Suppression Technology: The Billion Dollar Free Lunch
By Martin Boyer; HEC Montréal
Philippe d'Astous; HEC Montréal
   presented by: M. Martin Boyer, HEC Montreal, University of Montreal
 

2. The incidence of reductions in Social security contributions on employment, wages and profit
By Sophie Cottet; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Sophie Cottet, Paris School of Economics
 

3. Intertemporal income shifting and the taxation of business owner-managers
By Helen Miller; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Thomas Pope; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Kate Smith; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Kate Smith, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

4. The capacity to be aggressive: structured management and profit shifting practices in the firm
By Katarzyna Bilicka; Utah State University
Daniela Scur; Cornell University
   presented by: Katarzyna Bilicka, Utah State University
 
Session ID 169: Firms and wages I
 
Session Chair: Alejandro Micco, University of Chile
Session type: contributed
 

1. An Empirical Framework for Matching with Imperfect Competition
By Mons Chan; University of Toronto
Kory Kroft; University of Toronto
Ismael Mourifie; U Toronto
   presented by: Mons Chan, University of Toronto
 

2. Heterogeneous Passthrough from TFP to Wages
By Mons Chan; University of Toronto
Sergio Salgado; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Ming Xu; Queen's University
   presented by: Ming Xu, Queen's University
 

3. Firm Productivity, Wages, and Sorting
By Benjamin Lochner; IAB, University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Bastian Schulz; Aarhus University
   presented by: Bastian Schulz, Aarhus University
 

4. Automation, labor markets, and trade
By Alejandro Micco; University of Chile
   presented by: Alejandro Micco, University of Chile
 
Session ID 170: Firms, wages, and education
 
Session Chair: JUSTINE HERVE, FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
Session type: contributed
 

1. Firm Heterogeneity in Skill Returns
By Michael Böhm; University of Bonn
Khalil Esmkhani; UBC
Giovanni Gallipoli; UBC
   presented by: Michael Böhm, University of Bonn
 

2. High Wage Workers Work for High Wage Firms
By Katarina Borovickova; New York University
Robert Shimer; University of Chicago
   presented by: Katarina Borovickova, New York University
 

3. Specialists or Generalists? Cross-Industry Job Mobility and Occupational Wages
By JUSTINE HERVE; FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
   presented by: JUSTINE HERVE, FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
 
Session ID 171: Firms productivity and growth in East Asia
 
Session Chair: Rongsheng Tang, Shanghai University of Finance and Econo
Session type: contributed
 

1. Incentive Pay and Firm Productivity: Evidence from China
By Zhangfeng Jin; Zhejiang University
   presented by: Zhangfeng Jin, Zhejiang University
 

2. Do enterprise zones promote local business development? Evidence from Vietnam
By Tien Vu; Asian Growth Research Institute and Osaka University
Hiroyuki Yamada; Keio University
   presented by: Tien Vu, Asian Growth Research Institute, Osaka University, and Kyushu University
 

3. On Price Distortion and Market Reform: Revisiting Dual Track System
By Rongsheng Tang; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Rongsheng Tang, Shanghai University of Finance and Econo
 

4. High-Speed Rail Project, Location-Based Policy, and Inclusive Growth
By Xiao KE; Peking University, China
Justin Lin; Peking University, China
Yongmiao Hong; Cornell University
   presented by: Xiao KE, Peking University, China
 
Session ID 172: Gender based violence
 
Session Chair: Giulia La Mattina, University of South Florida
Session type: contributed
 

1. Cultural Distance and Conflict-Related Sexual Violence
By Eleonora Guarnieri; ifo Institute
   presented by: Eleonora Guarnieri, ifo Institute
 

2. Do Domestic Violence Laws Protect Women from Domestic Violence? Evidence from Rwanda
By Deniz Sanin; Georgetown University
   presented by: Deniz Sanin, Georgetown University
 

3. The price of silence: Marriage transfers and women’s attitude toward intimate partner violence
By Suzanna Khalifa; Aix Marseille School of Economics
   presented by: Suzanna Khalifa, Aix Marseille School of Economics
 

4. Housing Security and Domestic Violence: Evidence from Nuisance Ordinances
By Giulia La Mattina; University of South Florida
   presented by: Giulia La Mattina, University of South Florida
 
Session ID 173: Gender gaps
 
Session Chair: Emma Duchini, University of Warwick
Session type: contributed
 

1. Does Economics Make You Sexist?
By Valentina Paredes; Universidad de Chile
M. Daniele Paserman; Boston University
Francisco Pino; University of Chile
   presented by: Valentina Paredes, Universidad de Chile
 

2. Gender Gaps in the Evaluation of Research: Evidence from Submissions to Economics Conferences
By Laura Hospido; Banco de España and IZA
Carlos Sanz; Bank of Spain
   presented by: Carlos Sanz, Bank of Spain
 

3. Gender Differences in Willingness to Guess on High-Stakes Standardized Tests
By Perihan Saygin; University of Florida
   presented by: Perihan Saygin, University of Florida
 

4. Firm response to public gender pay gap reporting
By Emma Duchini; University of Warwick
Stefania Simion; University of Bristol
Arthur Turrell; Bank of England
   presented by: Emma Duchini, University of Warwick
 
Session ID 174: Gender wage gaps and discrimination
 
Session Chair: Raimundo Undurraga, University of Chile
Session type: contributed
 

1. "Cross-Program Differences in Returns to Education and the Gender Earnings Gap"
By Philippe d'Astous; HEC Montréal
   presented by: Philippe d'Astous, HEC Montréal
 

2. Decomposing Gender Wage Gaps - A Family Economics Perspective
By Dorothée Averkamp; University of Wuppertal
Christian Bredemeier; University of Wuppertal
Falko Juessen; University of Wuppertal
   presented by: Dorothée Averkamp, University of Wuppertal
 

3. Managers' gender attitudes and the gender gap
By Maddalena Ronchi; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Maddalena Ronchi, Queen Mary University of London
 

4. BAD TASTE: GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN THE CONSUMER CREDIT MARKET
By Raimundo Undurraga; University of Chile
   presented by: Raimundo Undurraga, University of Chile
 
Session ID 175: Health and financial incentives
 
Session Chair: Véra Zabrodina, University of Basel
Session type: contributed
 

1. Subsidizing Inequality: Performance Pay and Risk Selection in Medicare
By Hongming Wang; Hitotsubashi University, HIAS
Michele Fioretti; Sciences Po
   presented by: Hongming Wang, Hitotsubashi University, HIAS
 

2. Patients' Response to Dynamic Cost-Sharing Incentives: Evidence from a Differences-in-Regression-Discontinuities Design
By Tobias Klein; Tilburg University
   presented by: Tobias Klein, Tilburg University
 

3. Physician Induced Demand and Financial Incentives - Evidence from Large-Scale Fee Changes
By Tamara Bischof; University of Bern
Jonas Meier; University of Bern
   presented by: Jonas Meier, University of Bern
 

4. Dynamic Moral Hazard in Nonlinear Health Insurance Contracts
By Véra Zabrodina; University of Basel
   presented by: Véra Zabrodina, University of Basel
 
Session ID 176: Health care quality
 
Session Chair: Gianmaria Niccodemi, University of Groningen
Session type: contributed
 

1. Battling Antibiotic Resistance: Can Machine Learning Improve Prescribing?
By Michael Ribers; University of Copenhagen
Hannes Ullrich; University of Zurich
   presented by: Hannes Ullrich, University of Zurich
 

2. Physicians Treating Physicians: The Relational Advantage in Treatment Choice
By Stacey Chen; GRIPS/UTokyo Public Policy
Hongwei Chuang; International University of Japan
Jennjou Chen; National Chengchi University
Tsu-Hsin Lin; National Taiwan University Hospital
   presented by: Stacey Chen, GRIPS/UTokyo Public Policy
 

3. The effect of hospital competition on quality for nonemergency patients in the English NHS
By Giuseppe Moscelli; University of Surrey
   presented by: Giuseppe Moscelli, University of Surrey
 

4. Using Genetic Records to Identify Siblings for the Study of Early-Life Economic Determinants of Type-2 Diabetes
By Rob Alessie; Groningen university
Viola Angelini; University of Groningen
Gerard van den Berg; University of Bristol
Jochen Mierau; University of Groningen
Gianmaria Niccodemi; University of Groningen
   presented by: Gianmaria Niccodemi, University of Groningen
 
Session ID 177: Health, inequality and social referents
 
Session Chair: Damien de Walque, The World Bank
Session type: contributed
 

1. You Are What Your Parents Think: Height and Local Reference Points
By Fan Wang; University of Houston
Esteban Puentes; Universidad de Chile
Jere Behrman; University of Pennsylvania
Flavio Cunha; Rice University
   presented by: Fan Wang, University of Houston
 

2. Social Stigma as a Barrier to HIV Testing: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Mozambique
By Hang Yu; University of Michigan
   presented by: Hang Yu, University of Michigan
 

3. Sweet child of mine: Income, health and inequality
By Nicolas Berman; Aix Marseille University
Lorenzo Rotunno; Aix-Marseille University
Roberta Ziparo; University of Aix-Marseille
   presented by: Lorenzo Rotunno, Aix-Marseille University
 

4. Evidence from a Randomized Evaluation of the Household Welfare Impacts of Conditional and Unconditional Cash Transfers Given to Mothers or Fathers
By Richard Akresh; University Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Damien de Walque; The World Bank
Harounan Kazianga; Oklahoma State University
   presented by: Damien de Walque, The World Bank
 
Session ID 178: History and long run development
 
Session Chair: Nils-Petter Lagerlof, York University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Legacy of the Slave Trade: Towards Identifying the Causal Impact of Mistrust in Medicine on Vaccination Decision in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Laure Athias; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Laure Athias, University of Lausanne
 

2. Babylonian Risk Aversion
By Juliusz Radwanski; Humboldt University, Berlin
Alex Stomper; Humboldt University
   presented by: Alex Stomper, Humboldt University
 

3. Free and Protected: Maritime Trade and Long-Run Development
By Sebastian Ellingsen
   presented by: Sebastian Ellingsen,
 

4. The Long-Run Effects of Early Agriculture: Evidence from Carbon Dated Archeological Sites
By Nils-Petter Lagerlof; York University
Andrew Dickens; Brock University
   presented by: Nils-Petter Lagerlof, York University
 
Session ID 179: Impacts of climate change and pollution
 
Session Chair: Nouri Najjar, Western University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Gray Skies and Blue Moms: The Effect of Air Pollution on Parental Life Satisfaction
By Ahram Han; KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Gi Khan Ten; KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Shun Wang; KDI School of Public Policy and Management
   presented by: Ahram Han, KDI School of Public Policy and Management
 

2. Too hot to focus: The mean and distributional effects of heat on labor productivity
By Yun Qiu; Jinan University
Jinhua Zhao; Michigan State University
   presented by: Yun Qiu, Jinan University
 

3. A Better Place to Call Home: Natural Disasters, Climate Risk, and
By Tamara Sheldon; University of South Carolina
Crystal Zhan; University of South Carolina
   presented by: Crystal Zhan, University of South Carolina
 

4. Do Environmental Regulations Affect the Decision to Export?
By Jevan Cherniwchan; University of Alberta
Nouri Najjar; Western University
   presented by: Nouri Najjar, Western University
 
Session ID 180: Inequality and intergenerational mobility
 
Session Chair: Silvia Barcellos, University of Southern California
Session type: contributed
 

1. Does comprehensive compulsory schooling equalize opportunities? Evidence from the Swedish compulsory schooling reform
By Francesco Andreoli; University of Verona and Luxembourg Inst
Markus Jantti; Stockholm University
Arnaud Lefranc; Université de Cergy-Pontoise
   presented by: Francesco Andreoli, University of Verona and Luxembourg Inst
 

2. Intergenerational Mobility in China across Space and Time
By Yining Geng; University of Liverpool
   presented by: Yining Geng, University of Liverpool
 

3. Intergenerational Trajectories
By Steven Durlauf; Harris, University of Chicago
Antri Konstantinidi; University of Cyprus
Andros Kourtellos; University of Cyprus
   presented by: Andros Kourtellos, University of Cyprus
 

4. Is Education the Great Equalizer?
By Silvia Barcellos; University of Southern California
   presented by: Silvia Barcellos, University of Southern California
 
Session ID 181: Job search and health insurance
 
Session Chair: Ulrike Unterhofer, Universität Basel
Session type: contributed
 

1. Optimal Taxation with On-the-Job Search
By Jesper Bagger; Royal Holloway, University of London
Espen Moen; Norwegian Business School
Rune Vejlin; Aarhus University
   presented by: Espen Moen, Norwegian Business School
 

2. Peer Effects in Active Labour Market Policies
By Ulrike Unterhofer; Universität Basel
   presented by: Ulrike Unterhofer, Universität Basel
 

3. The Impact of the COBRA Premium Subsidy on the Duration of Unemployment: Evidence from the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
By CHUN-CHIEH (James) HU; University of Colorado Denver
   presented by: CHUN-CHIEH (James) HU, University of Colorado Denver
 
Session ID 182: Labor contracts and personnel economics
 
Session Chair: Elena Pastorino, Stanford University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Toward an Understanding of Corporate Social Responsibility: Theory and Field Experimental Evidence
By Daniel Hedblom; University of California-Berkeley, School of Information
Brent Hickman; Washington University in St. Louis
John List; University of Chicago
   presented by: Brent Hickman, Washington University in St. Louis
 

2. The signaling value of parental leave
By Linh Tô; Boston University
   presented by: Linh Tô, Boston University
 

3. Optimal Effort in Multi-Year Contracts: An Empirical Analysis
By Harry Paarsch; University of Central Florida
Elena Pastorino; Stanford University
John Solow; University of Central Florida
   presented by: John Solow, University of Central Florida
 

4. On the Role of Learning, Human Capital, and Performance Incentives for Wages
By Braz Camargo; Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
Fabian Lange; McGill University
Elena Pastorino; Stanford University
   presented by: Elena Pastorino, Stanford University
 
Session ID 183: Labor economics: policy reforms
 
Session Chair: Ning Zhang, University of Pittsburgh
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identifying Beliefs from Choice Data: Evidence from Maternity Leave Reforms
By Ulrich Schneider; University of Groningen
   presented by: Ulrich Schneider, University of Groningen
 

2. Heterogeneous Impact of the Minimum Wage: Implications for Changes in Between- and Within-Group Inequality
By Tatsushi oka; Monash University
Ken Yamada; Kyoto University
   presented by: Tatsushi oka, Monash University
 

3. Labor demand response to labor supply incentives: Lessons from the German Mini-job reform
By Gabriela Galassi; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Gabriela Galassi, Bank of Canada
 

4. Living under the Government Roof: the Dynamics of the Housing Voucher
By Ning Zhang; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Ning Zhang, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session ID 184: Commuting Constraints and the Gender Gap
 
Session Chair: Roland Rathelot, University of Warwick
Session type: contributed
 

1. Outside Options in the Labor Market
By Sydnee Caldwell; UC Berkeley
Oren Danieli; Tel-Aviv University
   presented by: Oren Danieli, Tel-Aviv University
 

2. Building Bridges and Widening Gaps: Wage Gains and Equity Concerns of Labor Market Expansions
By Aline Butikofer; Norwegian School of Economics
Katrine Loken; Norwegian School of Economics
Alexander Willen; Norwegian School of Economics
   presented by: Alexander Willen, Norwegian School of Economics
 

3. Narrowing Distances between Workers from Disadvantaged Areas and Jobs
By Naomi Gershoni; Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Itay Saporta; Tel Aviv University
Analia Schlosser; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Naomi Gershoni, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
 

4. Gender Differences in Job Search: Trading off Commute Against Wage
By Thomas Le Barbanchon; Bocconi University
Roland Rathelot; University of Warwick
Alexandra Roulet; INSEAD
   presented by: Roland Rathelot, University of Warwick
 
Session ID 185: Labor markets and immigrants
 
Session Chair: Cyprien Batut, Paris School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. AN ESTIMABLE GENERAL-EQUILIBRIUM STRUCTURAL MODEL OF IMMIGRANTS' NEIGHBORHOOD SORTING AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION
By Yujung Hwang; Johns Hopkins University
   presented by: Yujung Hwang, Johns Hopkins University
 

2. Labor Market Competition and the Assimilation of Immigrants
By Christoph Albert; CEMFI
Albrecht Glitz; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE
Joan Llull; MOVE, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
   presented by: Albrecht Glitz, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE
 

3. Do Skilled Migrants Compete with Native Workers? Analysis of a Selective Immigration Policy
By Sara Signorelli; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Sara Signorelli, Paris School of Economics
 

4. Rival Guests or Defiant Hosts? The Economic Impact of Refugee-Hosting
By Cyprien Batut; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Cyprien Batut, Paris School of Economics
 
Session ID 187: Labor markets and technology
 
Session Chair: Matthias Parey, University of Surrey
Session type: contributed
 

1. Robots and Employments: Evidence from Japan, 1978-2017
By Daisuke Adachi; Yale
Daiji Kawaguchi; University of Tokyo
Yukiko Saito; Waseda University
   presented by: Daisuke Adachi, Yale
 

2. Are Routine Jobs Moving South? Evidence from Changes in the Occupational Structure of Employment in the U.S. and Mexico
By Matias Cortes; York University
Diego Morris; Nottingham Trent University
   presented by: Guido Matias Cortes, York University
 

3. Tasks and Technology: The Labor Market Effects of Innovation
By Matthias Parey; University of Surrey
   presented by: Matthias Parey, University of Surrey
 
Session ID 188: Labor markets, mobility and productivity
 
Session Chair: Renata Narita, University of Sao Paulo
Session type: contributed
 

1. Relaxing the Exclusion Restriction in Shift-Share Instrumental Variable Estimation
By Nicolas Apfel; University of Regensburg
   presented by: Nicolas Apfel, University of Regensburg
 

2. Job Mobility Within and Across Occupations
By Attila Gyetvai; Duke University
   presented by: Attila Gyetvai, Duke University
 

3. Firms Left Behind: Emigration and Firm Productivity
By Yvonne Giesing; ifo Institut - Leibniz Institut fuer Wir
Nadzeya Laurentsyeva; LMU Munich
   presented by: Yvonne Giesing, ifo Institut - Leibniz Institut fuer Wir
 

4. Payroll Tax, Employment and Labor Market Concentration
By Erick Baumgartner; World Bank
Raphael Corbi; University of Sao Paulo
Renata Narita; University of Sao Paulo
   presented by: Renata Narita, University of Sao Paulo
 
Session ID 189: Labor supply and time allocation
 
Session Chair: Limor Hatsor, Jerusalem College of Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Cost of Task Switching: Evidence from the Emergency Department
By Yige Duan; University of British Columbia
Yiwen Jin; University of British Columbia
Yichuan Ding; UBC
Mahesh Nagarajan; University of British Columbia
Garth Hunte; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Yige Duan, University of British Columbia
 

2. Frictional Adjustment to Income Tax Incentives: an Application to the Earned Income Tax Credit
By Antonella Mancino; Wilfrid Laurier University
Joseph Mullins; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Antonella Mancino, Wilfrid Laurier University
 

3. Breastfeeding and labor supply of new mothers: evidence from a baby formula hazard realization
By Limor Hatsor; Jerusalem College of Technology
Ity Shurtz; Ben Gurion University
   presented by: Limor Hatsor, Jerusalem College of Technology
 
Session ID 190: Long run effects of institutions
 
Session Chair: Rok Spruk, University of Ljubljana
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Effects of Village Development Programs on Authoritarian and Democratic Elections
By Ji Yeon Hong; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hyunjoo Yang; Sogang University
   presented by: Hyunjoo Yang, Sogang University
 

2. The Long-term Effects of Inter-group Contact: Evidence from the Military Service in Spain.
By Julio Caceres; University of Maryland
Antoni-Italo De Moragas; CUNEF
Gabriel Facchini; Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona
Ignacio Gonzalez; American University
   presented by: Gabriel Facchini, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona
 

3. Property systems and economic growth in Japan, 730-1874
By Masaki Nakabayashi; The University of Tokyo
Kyoji Fukao; Hitotsubashi University
Masanori Takashima; Kwansei Gakuin University
Naofumi Nakamura; The University of Tokyo
   presented by: Masaki Nakabayashi, The University of Tokyo
 

4. Bono Malum Superate: Long-Run Effects of Radical Institutional Change
By Federico Asta; University of Siena
Lela Mélon; University Pompeu Fabra
Rok Spruk; University of Ljubljana
   presented by: Rok Spruk, University of Ljubljana
 
Session ID 191: Long term effects of human capital investment
 
Session Chair: Naijia Guo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Session type: contributed
 

1. Long-Term Effects of School Home Economics on Adults’ Time Use
By Hiromi Hara; Japan Women's University
   presented by: Hiromi Hara, Japan Women's University
 

2. Economic Reform and Human Capital Investment: The Effect of Childhood Exposure
By Wei Luo; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Wei Luo, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

3. The Long-Term Effects of Labor Market Entry in a Recession: Evidence from the Asian Financial Crisis
By Eleanor Choi; Hanyang University
Jaewoo Choi; Korea Development Institute
Hyelim Son; University of Seoul
   presented by: Eleanor Choi, Hanyang University
 

4. Do elite colleges matter? The impact of elite college attendance on entrepreneurship decisions and career dynamics
By Naijia Guo; The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Charles Leung; CIty Univ of Hong Kong
   presented by: Naijia Guo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
Session ID 192: Market access and development
 
Session Chair: Vittorio Bassi, University of Southern California
Session type: contributed
 

1. Market Access and development of the IT sector in the West Bank
By Chiara Fratto; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Chiara Fratto, International Monetary Fund
 

2. Rural Infrastructure Development and Economic Activity
By Ritam Chaurey; Johns Hopkins SAIS
Duong Le; Binghamton University - SUNY
   presented by: Ritam Chaurey, Johns Hopkins SAIS
 

3. Expressways, Market Access, and Industrial Development in China: Using Panel Instrumental Variables of Minimum Spanning Tree
By Kecen Jing; Nankai University
Wen-Chi Liao; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Wen-Chi Liao, National University of Singapore
 

4. Achieving Scale Collectively
By Vittorio Bassi; University of Southern California
Tommaso Porzio; Columbia Business School
   presented by: Vittorio Bassi, University of Southern California
 
Session ID 193: Marriage and labor market outcomes
 
Session Chair: Liang Chen, Wuhan University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The effect of childcare on parental earnings trajectories
By Matthias Krapf; University of Lausanne
Anja Roth
Michaela Slotwinski; Universität Basel & ZEW Mannheim
   presented by: Matthias Krapf, University of Lausanne
 

2. More Schooling, Younger Husbands? The Effects of Compulsory Schooling Reforms on Women's Marriage Outcomes in Britain
By Haoming Liu; National U of Singapore
Songtao Yang; South China University of Technology
   presented by: Songtao Yang, South China University of Technology
 

3. Marriage, Fertility, and Cultural Integration in Italy
By Alberto Bisin; New York University
Giulia Tura; European University Institute
   presented by: Giulia Tura, European University Institute
 

4. Identification and Parametric Estimation of Empirical Dynamic Marriage Matching Models
By Liang Chen; Wuhan University
   presented by: Liang Chen, Wuhan University
 
Session ID 194: Marriage markets and development
 
Session Chair: Rossella Calvi, Rice University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Polygamy, co-wives’ complementarities, and intra-household inequality
By Ana Reynoso; University of Michigan
   presented by: Ana Reynoso, University of Michigan
 

2. Wealth, Marriage, and Sex Selection
By Girija Borker; World Bank
Jan Eeckhout; UPF
Nancy Luke; Pennsylvania State University
Kaivan Munshi; Yale University
Soumya Swaminathan; WHO
   presented by: Jan Eeckhout, UPF
 

3. Preferences and Beliefs in the Marriage Market for Young Brides
By Abi Adams; University of Oxford
Alison Andrew; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Alison Andrew, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

4. Terms of Engagement: Marriage and Migration in India
By Andrew Beauchamp; Wright State University
Rossella Calvi; Rice University
Scott Fulford; Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
   presented by: Rossella Calvi, Rice University
 
Session ID 195: Marriage, divorce and household decision making
 
Session Chair: Marcos Rangel, Duke University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Outside Options, Job Mobility and Gender: Evidence From Divorce Laws
By Julia Hatamyar
   presented by: Julia Hatamyar, University of Miami
 

2. Marrying up: Trading off spousal income and height
By Pierre-André Chiappori; Columbia University
David Ong; Jinan University
Alan Yang; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Junsen Zhang; Chinese University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Alan Yang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

3. Unobserved ability in the marriage market
By Dan Anderberg; Royal Holloway, University of Lodnon
Jesper Bagger; Royal Holloway, University of London
V Bhaskar; University of Texas Austin
Tanya Wilson; University of Glasgow
   presented by: V Bhaskar, University of Texas Austin
 

4. DECISION-MAKING IN COMPLEX HOUSEHOLDS
By Marcos Rangel; Duke University
Duncan Thomas; Duke
   presented by: Marcos Rangel, Duke University
 
Session ID 196: Measuring poverty and inequality
 
Session Chair: Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Insights and Illusions of Consumption Measurement: Evidence from a Large Scale Randomization
By Erich Battistin; University of Maryland
Michele De Nadai; University of New South Wales
Nandini Krishnan; World Bank
   presented by: Michele De Nadai, University of New South Wales
 

2. Improving imputations of topcoded earnings in the public-use survey data by using multipliers –a new methodology approach
By Zhiqi Zhao; Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
   presented by: Zhiqi Zhao, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics
 

3. Effort: The Unrecognized Contributor to US Income Inequality
By Rodrigo Fuentes; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chil
Edward Leamer; UCLA
   presented by: Rodrigo Fuentes, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chil
 

4. Poverty in the United States Using the Comprehensive Income Dataset
By Bruce Meyer; University of Chicago
Derek Wu; University of Chicago
Carla Medalia; U.S. Census Bureau
   presented by: Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago
 
Session ID 197: Media coverage, persuasion and political outcomes
 
Session Chair: Valentino Larcinese, London School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Rescue on Stage: Border Enforcement and Public Attention in the Mediterranean Sea
By Giacomo Battiston; Bocconi University
   presented by: Giacomo Battiston, Bocconi University
 

2. Effectiveness and incidence of public persuasion
By Yoichi Arai; Waseda University
Hidehiko Ichimura; University of Arizona and University of Tokyo
Daiji Kawaguchi; University of Tokyo
   presented by: Daiji Kawaguchi, University of Tokyo
 

3. Media Bias and Elections -- An Experimental Study
By Junze Sun; European University Institute
Arthur Schram; Amsterdam School of Economics
Randolph Sloof; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Junze Sun, European University Institute
 

4. Was Obama Elected by the Internet? Broadband Diffusion and Voters' Behavior in US Presidential Elections
By Valentino Larcinese; LSE
   presented by: Valentino Larcinese, London School of Economics
 
Session ID 198: Names, ethnicity and language
 
Session Chair: Julian Dyer, University of Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

1. Does growing up in an ethnic enclave slow down the adoption of natives' cultural behaviour?
By Pascal Achard; European University Institute
   presented by: Pascal Achard, European University Institute
 

2. "Deny Thy Father and Refuse Thy Name" - Nation Building and the Salary Differential of Family Name Changers in Hungary
By Attila Gáspár; University of Padua
   presented by: Attila Gáspár, University of Padua
 

3. Name’s Ethnicity and the Labor Market Performance
By weiguang deng; Hunan University
   presented by: weiguang deng, Hunan University
 

4. (Machine) Learning Languages: Do Societies Strategically Reduce Linguistic Distance?
By Arthur Blouin; University of Toronto
Julian Dyer; University of Toronto
   presented by: Julian Dyer, University of Toronto
 
Session ID 199: Networks and spillovers in development
 
Session Chair: Aureo de Paula, University College London
Session type: contributed
 

1. Learning to Grow from Peers: Experimental Evidence from Small Retailers in Indonesia
By Patricio Dalton; Tilburg University
Julius Ruschenpohler; CEGA, UC Berkeley
Burak Uras; Tilburg University
Bilal Zia; World Bank
   presented by: Patricio Dalton, Tilburg University
 

2. Water, Spillovers and Free Riding: Provision of Local Public Goods in a Spatial Network
By Rossa O'Keeffe-O'Donovan; University of Oxford
   presented by: Rossa O'Keeffe-O'Donovan, University of Oxford
 

3. Asymmetric networks, clientelism and their impacts: households' access to workfare employment in rural India
By Anindya Bhattacharya; University of York
   presented by: Anindya Bhattacharya, University of York
 

4. Spillovers in Social Program Participation: Evidence from Chile
By Pedro Carneiro; University College London
Aureo de Paula; University College London
Barbara Flores; University College London
Emanuela Galasso; World Bank
Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
Lucy Kraftman; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Aureo de Paula, University College London
 
Session ID 200: Pensions and savings
 
Session Chair: Piera Bello, Università della Svizzera italiana
Session type: contributed
 

1. Government Expenditure Smoothing. Do U.S. State Governments Behave like Rational Consumers?
By Xavier Martin Bautista; University of Houston
Steven Craig; University of Houston
Yuhsin Hsu; University of Houston
Bent Sorensen; University of Houston
Vasundhara Tanwar; University of Houston
Priyam Verma; University of Houston
   presented by: Priyam Verma, University of Houston
 

2. K˝oszegi-Rabin meets Aaron-Samuelson: The Search for a Rationale for Unfunded Pensions
By Torben Andersen; Aarhus University
Joydeep Bhattacharya; Iowa State University
Qing Liu; Iowa State University
   presented by: Qing Liu, Iowa State University
 

3. Voluntary versus mandatory public annuity plans: A unified framework to understand their pros and cons
By Sau-Him Lau; University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Sau-Him Lau, University of Hong Kong
 

4. Gender Price Discrimination in the Annuity Market: Evidence from Chile
By Piera Bello; Università della Svizzera italiana
   presented by: Piera Bello, Università della Svizzera italiana
 
Session ID 201: Pollution
 
Session Chair: Stephen Morris, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: contributed
 

1. Noise Pollution and Violent Crime
By Timo Hener; Aarhus University
   presented by: Timo Hener, Aarhus University
 

2. Changing the incentive to pollute: Heterogeneous effects of waste pricing policies
By Marica Valente; Humboldt University and DIW Berlin
   presented by: Marica Valente, Humboldt University and DIW Berlin
 

3. URBAN AIR POLLUTION AND SICK LEAVES: EVIDENCE FROM SOCIAL SECURITY DATA
By Felix Holub; University of Mannheim
Laura Hospido; Banco de España and IZA
Ulrich Wagner; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Laura Hospido, Banco de España and IZA
 

4. Pollution Makes Californians Slower
By Stephen Morris; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Stephen Morris, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session ID 202: Poverty and welfare programs
 
Session Chair: Rita Ginja, University of Bergen
Session type: contributed
 

1. Long-Run Effects of Poverty Alleviation Resettlement on Children Development
By Jipeng Zhang; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Jipeng Zhang, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

2. Too Much of a Good Thing? The Encouraging and Distortionary Effects of Conditional Cash Transfers
By Gharad Bryan; London School of Economics
Shyamal Chowdhury; University of Sydney
Ahmed Mobarak; Yale University
Melanie Morten; Stanford University
Joeri Smits; Yale University
   presented by: Shyamal Chowdhury, University of Sydney
 

3. The Heterogeneous Quality in Delivery of Welfare: Evidence from Social Workers in the Chile Solidario Program
By Pedro Carneiro; University College London
Emanuela Galasso; World Bank
Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
Lucy Kraftman; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Rita Ginja, University of Bergen
 
Session ID 203: Protests, police and discrimination
 
Session Chair: Michael Koenig, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Session type: contributed
 

1. A Simple Test for Taste-Based Discrimination: The Prediction-Based Outcome Test
By Nicolas Grau; Universidad de Chile
Damián Vergara; UC Berkeley
   presented by: Nicolas Grau, Universidad de Chile
 

2. ``This is my Rifle'' - On US Police Militarisation and Crime
By Matthias Roesti; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Matthias Roesti, University of St. Gallen
 

3. The Formation of Protest Networks in Latin America
By Chih-Sheng Hsieh; National Taiwan University
Michael Koenig; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Gizem Korkmaz; European University Institute
Fernando Vega-Redondo; Bocconi University
   presented by: Michael Koenig, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
 
Session ID 204: Public economics: fiscal policy
 
Session Chair: Katsuhiro Komatsu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Session type: contributed
 

1. Rubber Stamping Opportunity Zones
By Jefferson Duarte; Rice University
Tarik Umar; Rice University
Emmanuel Yimfor; Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
   presented by: Tarik Umar, Rice University
 

2. Who should bear the risk of economic growth?
By Rafael Berriel; Fundacao Getulio Vargas - FGV EPGE
Carlos da Costa; FGV
   presented by: Carlos da Costa, FGV
 

3. Partisan Politics in Fiscal Unions: Evidence from U.S. States.
By Gerald Carlino; Federal Reseve Bank of Philadelphia
Thorsten Drautzburg; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Robert Inman; Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Nicholas Zarra; New York University
   presented by: Thorsten Drautzburg, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

4. Using Financial Incentives to Mitigate Moral Hazard Costs of Unemployment Insurance
By Katsuhiro Komatsu; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   presented by: Katsuhiro Komatsu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
Session ID 205: Public economics: housing and road policy
 
Session Chair: Roman Zakharenko, National Research Univeristy Higher School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. "No Drugs in My Back Yard:" the Ambivalent Reception of Cannabis Retailers
By Michelle Bruijn; University of Groningen
Rafael Ribas; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Rafael Ribas, University of Amsterdam
 

2. When safety messages make us less safe: Evidence from traffic fatality messages
By Jonathan Hall; University of Toronto
Joshua Madsen; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Jonathan Hall, University of Toronto
 

3. Welfare effects of efficient road pricing in a simple model of a city with heterogeneous agents
By Emmanuele Bobbio; University of Cologne
Peter Cramton; University of Maryland
Axel Ockenfels; University of Cologne
   presented by: Emmanuele Bobbio, University of Cologne
 

4. The merits of privileged parking
By Roman Zakharenko; National Research Univeristy Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Roman Zakharenko, National Research Univeristy Higher School of Economics
 
Session ID 206: Retirement and savings
 
Session Chair: Pamela Giustinelli, Bocconi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Three Little Words? The Impact of Social Security Terminology
By Francisco Perez-Arce; USC
   presented by: Francisco Perez-Arce, USC
 

2. Personalized Digital Information and Voluntary Savings for Retirement: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
By Claudio Daminato; ETH Zurich
Massimo Filippini; University of Lugano and ETH Zurich (Joi
Fabio Haufler; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Fabio Haufler, ETH Zurich
 

3. Inequalities in Long-Term Care needs and Mortality
By Jeroen van der Vaart; University of Groningen
Rob Alessie; University of Groningen
Max Groneck; University of Groningen
Raun Van Ooijen; University of Groningen
   presented by: Raun Van Ooijen, University of Groningen
 

4. SeaTE: Subjective ex ante Treatment Effect of Health on Retirement
By Pamela Giustinelli; Bocconi University
Matthew Shapiro; University of Michigan
   presented by: Pamela Giustinelli, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 207: Sexual behavior and fertility choices
 
Session Chair: Yifan Kang, University of Ottawa
Session type: contributed
 

1. The effect of a child on female work when family planning may fail: bridging structural and reduced form estimates
By Pablo Lavado; Universidad del Pacifico
   presented by: Pablo Lavado, Universidad del Pacífico
 

2. Spillovers in Childbearing Decisions and Fertility Transitions: Evidence from China
By Pauline Rossi; University of Amsterdam
Yun Xiao; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Yun Xiao, University of Amsterdam
 

3. Childlessness and Inter-Temporal Fertility Choice
By Fabian Siuda; ifo Institute
   presented by: Fabian Siuda, ifo Institute
 

4. Sex Ratios, Sexual Infidelity, and Sexual Diseases: Evidence from the United Kingdom
By Yifan Kang; University of Ottawa
Roland Pongou; University of Ottawa
   presented by: Yifan Kang, University of Ottawa
 
Session ID 208: Taxation I
 
Session Chair: Paolo Giovanni Piacquadio, University of Oslo
Session type: contributed
 

1. Redistributive Income Taxation with Directed Technical Change
By Jonas Loebbing; University of Cologne
   presented by: Jonas Loebbing, University of Cologne
 

2. Taxation of Durables, Non-durables and Earnings with Heterogeneous Preferences
By Francesca Parodi; Collegio Carlo Alberto
   presented by: Francesca Parodi, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

3. Optimal Taxation with Discrete Choice and Rich Preference Heterogeneity
By Laurence Ales; Carnegie Mellon University
Christopher Sleet; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Laurence Ales, Carnegie Mellon University
 

4. Optimal Taxation and the Equal-Sacrifice Social Welfare Function
By Paolo Giovanni Piacquadio; University of Oslo
   presented by: Paolo Giovanni Piacquadio, University of Oslo
 
Session ID 209: Taxation II
 
Session Chair: Peter Blair, Harvard
Session type: contributed
 

1. Tax Incentives to Appear Small: Evidence from Thai Firms and Corporate Groups
By Chanont Banternghansa; Analysis Group
Athiphat Muthitacharoen; Chulalongkorn University
Archawa Paweenawat; Puey Ungphakorn Institute for Economic Research, Bank of Thailand
Krislert Samphantharak; University of California San Diego
   presented by: Krislert Samphantharak, University of California San Diego
 

2. On the Joint Taxation of Household Earnings
By Cassiano Alves; Northwestern
Carlos da Costa; FGV
Felipe Lobel; UC Berkeley
Humberto Moreira; EPGE/FGV
   presented by: Cassiano Alves, Northwestern
 

3. Welfare Consequences of Nominal Excise Taxation
By Eugenio Miravete; University of Texas at Austin
Katja Seim; Yale University
Jeff Thurk; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Jeff Thurk, University of Notre Dame
 

4. Is Spending on Schools Valuable and Efficient? A National Study of the Capitalization of School Spending and Local Taxes
By Peter Blair; Harvard
   presented by: Peter Blair, Harvard
 
Session ID 210: Taxation III
 
Session Chair: Petros Milionis, University of Groningen
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Impact of the 2014 Reform of the Real Estate Transfer Taxes on the French Housing Market
By Guillaume Bérard; Aix-Marseille University
Alain Trannoy; AMSE and EHESS
   presented by: Guillaume Bérard, Aix-Marseille University
 

2. Supply and Demand Responses to a Tax on Size of Rental Housing: Theory and Evidence from Iran
By Carlos Hurtado; University of Richmond
David Albouy; University of Illinois
Kaveh Nafari; Deloitte
   presented by: Carlos Hurtado, University of Richmond
 

3. Importing Inequality: Top Income Growth and the Globalisation of the Elite
By Arun Advani; University of Warwick
Felix Koenig; Princeton University & CEP
Lorenzo Pessina; Columbia University
Andrew Summers; LSE
   presented by: Lorenzo Pessina, Columbia University
 

4. Values, Conformity and Tax Morale
By Petros Milionis; University of Groningen
   presented by: Petros Milionis, University of Groningen
 
Session ID 211: Teachers and returns to education
 
Session Chair: Joseph Altonji, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The earlier, the better? Grading policies in primary school and student achievement
By Lukas Mergele; ifo Institute Munich
Larissa Zierow; ifo Institute Munich
Ludger Woessmann; University of Munich and ifo Institute
   presented by: Lukas Mergele, ifo Institute Munich
 

2. Screening and Recruiting Talent At Teacher Colleges
By Franco Calle; Princeton University
Sebastian Gallegos; Princeton University
Christopher Neilson; Princeton University
   presented by: Sebastian Gallegos, Princeton University
 

3. Teacher Value-Added in a Low-Income Country
By Natalie Bau; UCLA
Jishnu Das
   presented by: Natalie Bau, University of California, Los Angeles
 

4. The Labor Market Returns to Advanced Degrees
By Joseph Altonji; Yale University
Ling Zhong; Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
   presented by: Joseph Altonji, Yale University
 
Session ID 212: Teachers, tutors and human capital formation
 
Session Chair: Gabriela Fonseca,
Session type: contributed
 

1. Handwriting Quality and Grader Bias --- Statistical Discrimination, Taste-based Bias, or Cognitive Bias?
By Jianfeng Xu; ShanghaiTech University
   presented by: Jianfeng Xu, ShanghaiTech University
 

2. After-School Tutoring, Household Substitution and Student Achievement: Experimental Evidence from Rural China
By Jere Behrman; University of Pennsylvania
Simon Fan; Lingnan University
Xiangdong Wei; Lingnan University
Hongliang Zhang; Hong Kong Baptist University
Junsen Zhang; Chinese University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Hongliang Zhang, Hong Kong Baptist University
 

3. School Value-Added and the Math Gender Gap in Chile
By Sebastian Poblete; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Tomas Rau; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
   presented by: Sebastian Poblete, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 

4. Teachers’ beliefs and human capital formation technology
By Vladimir Ponczek; FGV
Cristine Pinto; São Paulo School of Economics - EESP/FG
Gabriela Fonseca
   presented by: Gabriela Fonseca,
 
Session ID 213: Team collaboration, networks and productivity
 
Session Chair: Nadzeya Laurentsyeva, LMU Munich
Session type: contributed
 

1. Network Size Effects on Fair Trade Coffee Production Levels
By Nabil Afodjo; Carleton University
   presented by: Nabil Afodjo, Carleton University
 

2. Someone Like You: Does cognitive distance matter for research collaboration?
By Wei Si; ShanghaiTech University
   presented by: Wei Si, ShanghaiTech University
 

3. Pay for Performance Scheme and Worker Productivity: Evidence from a Kinked Design in China
By Huihua Xie; The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
   presented by: Huihua Xie, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
 

4. From Friends to Foes: National Identity and Collaboration in Diverse Teams
By Nadzeya Laurentsyeva; LMU Munich
   presented by: Nadzeya Laurentsyeva, LMU Munich
 
Session ID 214: The market for executives and superstars
 
Session Chair: julien sauvagnat, Bocconi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Technical Change and Superstar Effects: Evidence from the Roll-Out of Television
By Felix Koenig; Princeton University & CEP
   presented by: Felix Koenig, Princeton University & CEP
 

2. Managers and Productivity in the Public Sector
By Alessandra Fenizia; George Washington University
   presented by: Alessandra Fenizia, The George Washington University
 

3. The Distributional Effect of Trade on the CEO Market
By Francisco Parro; Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Juan Correa; Universidad Andres Bello
Rafael Sanchez; Adolfo Ibañez University
   presented by: Francisco Parro, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
 

4. Are Executives in Short Supply? Evidence from Deaths' Events
By julien sauvagnat; Bocconi University
fabiano schivardi; Luiss University
   presented by: julien sauvagnat, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 215: Topics in health economics
 
Session Chair: Bettina Siflinger,
Session type: contributed
 

1. Why is end-of-life spending so high? Evidence from cancer patients
By Dan Zeltzer; Tel Aviv University
Liran Einav; Stanford University
Amy Finkelstein; MIT
   presented by: Dan Zeltzer, Tel Aviv University
 

2. The Effects of Retirement on Health - Evidence from Administrative Data
By Mara Barschkett; DIW Berlin
Peter Haan; DIW Berlin, FU Berlin
Anna Hammerschmid; DIW Berlin
Johannes Geyer; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Mara Barschkett, DIW Berlin
 

3. Public Health Insurance and Financial Security: Evidence from the ACA Expansion
By Cortnie Shupe; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Cortnie Shupe, University of Copenhagen
 

4. Abortion and mental health: The role of selection
By Bettina Siflinger
   presented by: Bettina Siflinger,
 
Session ID 216: Topics in public economics I
 
Session Chair: Illoong Kwon, Seoul National University
Session type: contributed
 

1. 'Not in my Backyard!' The 2015 Refugee Crisis in Germany
By Kathleen Kürschner Rauck; Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
   presented by: Kathleen Kürschner Rauck, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
 

2. Does College Education Make Us Act Healthier? Evidence from a Japanese Zodiac Superstition
By Yichen Shen; Waseda University
Rong FU; Waseda University
Haruko Noguchi; Waseda University
   presented by: Yichen Shen, Waseda University
 

3. Phases of Higher Education, Tuition Grant $\&$ Equity--Efficiency Tradeoff
By Yoseph Getachew; University of Pretoria
   presented by: Yoseph Getachew, University of Pretoria
 

4. Does Income Assistance Increase Disposable Income?
By Illoong Kwon; Seoul National University
   presented by: Illoong Kwon, Seoul National University
 
Session ID 217: Topics in public economics II
 
Session Chair: W MacLeod, Columbia University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Financial Reform and Public Good Provision: Municipal Bankruptcy Law and the Financing of Hospitals
By Stefano Rossi; Bocconi University
Hayong Yun; Michigan State University
   presented by: Hayong Yun, Michigan State University
 

2. Reigniting Science
By Jay Bhattacharya; Stanford University
Mikko Packalen; University of Waterloo
   presented by: Mikko Packalen, University of Waterloo
 

3. OPTIMAL REGULATION OF A COMPETITIVE MARKET WITH VERTICAL DIFFERENTIATION AND ADVERSE SELECTION
By W MacLeod; Columbia University
   presented by: W MacLeod, Columbia University
 
Session ID 218: US economic history and human capital
 
Session Chair: Jeanne Lafortune, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Session type: contributed
 

1. Immigrants and Industries
By Sebastian Ottinger; UCLA Anderson School of Management
   presented by: Sebastian Ottinger, UCLA Anderson School of Management
 

2. Individualism, Human Capital Formation, and Labor Market Outcomes – International Evidence from an Adult Skill Assessment
By Katharina Hartinger; Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Sven Resnjanskij; ifo Institute
Jens Ruhose; Kiel University
Simon Wiederhold; Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingo
   presented by: Sven Resnjanskij, ifo Institute
 

3. The Employment Effects of Gender-Specific Minimum Wage
By Riccardo Marchingiglio; Northwestern University
Mikhail Poyker; Columbia University
   presented by: Mikhail Poyker, Columbia University
 

4. Electrifying market power? Heterogenous impacts of electricity on the US manufacturing sector 1900-1940
By Martin Fiszbein; Boston University
Jeanne Lafortune; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Ethan Lewis; Dartmouth College
Jose Tessada; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
   presented by: Jeanne Lafortune, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 
Session ID 219: Welfare, household behavior and experimental design
 
Session Chair: Ethan Ligon, University of California, Berkeley
Session type: contributed
 

1. Experiment-as-Market: Incorporating Welfare into Randomized Controlled Trials
By Yusuke Narita; Yale University
   presented by: Yusuke Narita, Yale University
 

2. Gift Expenses and Risk Sharing: A Theory of Signaling and Evidence from Rural China
By Ruixin Wang; Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen
   presented by: Ruixin Wang, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen
 

3. Inefficient Collective Households: Cooperation and Consumption
By Arthur Lewbel; Boston College
Krishna Pendakur; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Arthur Lewbel, Boston College
 

4. Estimating Household Welfare from Disaggregate Expenditures
By Ethan Ligon; University of California, Berkeley
   presented by: Ethan Ligon, University of California, Berkeley
 
Session ID 220: Econometrics: Bayesian Macroeconometrics 1
 
Session Chair: Thomas Drechsel, University of Maryland
Session type: contributed
 

1. Measuring Aggregate and Sectoral Uncertainty
By Kerem Tuzcuoglu; Bank of Canada
Luis Uzeda; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Kerem Tuzcuoglu, Bank of Canada
 

2. Macroeconomic Forecasting in a Multi-country Context
By Yu Bai; Bocconi University
Andrea Carriero; Queen Mary Univerity of London
Todd Clark; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Massimiliano Marcellino; Bocconi University
   presented by: Yu Bai, Bocconi University
 

3. Credit Conditions and the Asymmetric Effects of Monetary Policy Shocks
By Andrea Carriero; Queen Mary Univerity of London
Ana Beatriz Galvao; University of Warwick
Massimiliano Marcellino; Bocconi University
   presented by: Ana Beatriz Galvao, University of Warwick
 

4. Advances in Nowcasting Economic Activity
By Juan Antolin-Diaz; London Business School
Thomas Drechsel; University of Maryland
ivan petrella; University of Warwick
   presented by: Thomas Drechsel, University of Maryland
 
Session ID 221: Econometrics: Bayesian Macroeconometrics 2
 
Session Chair: Sune Karlsson, Örebro University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Bayesian Estimation of the Long-Run Risk Model \\Using Sequential Monte Carlo
By Andras Fulop; ESSEC Business School
Jeremy Heng; ESSEC Business School
Junye Li; ESSEC Business School
Hening Liu; University of Manchester
   presented by: Andras Fulop, ESSEC Business School
 

2. Capturing Macroeconomic Tail Risks with Bayesian Vector Autoregressions
By Andrea Carriero; Queen Mary Univerity of London
Todd Clark; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Massimiliano Marcellino; Bocconi University
   presented by: Todd Clark, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

3. Flexible Fat-tailed Vector Autoregression
By Sune Karlsson; Örebro University
Stepan Mazur; Örebro University
   presented by: Sune Karlsson, Örebro University
 
Session ID 222: Econometrics: Macroeconometrics 1
 
Session Chair: Maria Dolores Gadea, University of Zaragoza
Session type: contributed
 

1. Monetary Policy, External Instruments and Heteroskedasticity
By Thore Schlaak; Freie Universität Berlin
Malte Rieth; DIW Berlin
Maximilian Podstawski; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Malte Rieth, DIW Berlin
 

2. Predicting Recessions: A New Measure of Output Gap as Predictor
By Camilla Mastromarco; University of Salento
   presented by: Camilla Mastromarco, University of Salento
 

3. A Multi-country Markov-switching Approach to Joint Modelling of Business and Financial Cycles and climate at Disaggregate
By Monica Billio; Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
Roberto Casarin; University Ca' Foscari of Venice
Enrica De Cian
Malcolm Mistry; Ca' Foscari & CMCC
Anthony Osuntuyi; Obafemi Awolowo University
   presented by: Monica Billio, Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
 

4. A new approach to dating the reference cycle
By Maximo Camacho; Universidad de Murcia
Maria Dolores Gadea; University of Zaragoza
Ana Gomez-Loscos; Bank of Spain
   presented by: Maria Dolores Gadea, University of Zaragoza
 
Session ID 223: Econometrics: Macroeconometrics 2
 
Session Chair: Bertille Antoine, Simon Fraser University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Is the Signaling Channel of Monetary Policy Important? New Empirical Evidence
By Lukas Hoesch; Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Barbara Rossi; ICREA-Univ. Pompeu Fabra, CREI and Barce
tatevik sekhposyan
   presented by: Barbara Rossi, ICREA-Univ. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE
 

2. When Are Trend-Cycle Decompositions of GDP Reliable?
By Manuel González-Astudillo; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
John Roberts; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
   presented by: Manuel González-Astudillo, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
 

3. Full-Information Estimation of Heterogeneous Agent Models Using Macro and Micro Data
By Laura Liu; Indiana University
Mikkel Plagborg-Moller; Princeton University
   presented by: Laura Liu, Indiana University
 

4. Simulation-based matching inference with applications to DSGE models
By Bertille Antoine; Simon Fraser University
Lynda Khalaf; Carleton University
Maral Kichian; University of Ottawa
Zhenjiang Lin; The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
   presented by: Bertille Antoine, Simon Fraser University
 
Session ID 224: Econometrics of SVARs
 
Session Chair: Robin Braun, Bank of England
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimation and Inference of Quantile Impulse Response Functions by Local Projections: With Applications to VaR Dynamics
By Heejoon Han; Sungkyunkwan University
Whayoung Jung; University of Illinois, Department of Economics
Ji Hyung Lee; University of Illinois
   presented by: Heejoon Han, Sungkyunkwan University
 

2. Locally- but not Globally-identified SVARs
By Emanuele Bacchiocchi; University of Milan
Toru Kitagawa; University College London
   presented by: Emanuele Bacchiocchi, University of Milan
 

3. The importance of supply and demand for oil prices: evidence from a SVAR identified by non-Gaussianity.
By Robin Braun; Bank of England
   presented by: Robin Braun, Bank of England
 
Session ID 225: Econometrics of Inference and Reporting under Ambiguity
 
Session Chair: Isaiah Andrews, Harvard
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimation under Ambiguity
By Raffaella Giacomini; University College London
Toru Kitagawa; University College London
Harald Uhlig; University of Chicago
   presented by: Toru Kitagawa, University College London
 

2. Robust dynamic panel data models using Epsilon-contamination
By Badi Baltagi; Syracuse University
Georges Bresson; Université Paris II
Anoop Chaturvedi; University of Allahabad
Guy Lacroix; Laval University
   presented by: Anoop Chaturvedi, University of Allahabad
 

3. Measuring uncertainty of optimal policy rules in linear rational expectations models
By Mariusz Górajski; University of Lodz
Zbigniew Kuchta; University of Lodz
   presented by: Mariusz Górajski, University of Lodz
 

4. Statistical Reports for Remote Agents
By Isaiah Andrews; Harvard
Jesse Shapiro; Brown University
   presented by: Isaiah Andrews, Harvard
 
Session ID 226: Econometrics: Advances in Bayesian Inference
 
Session Chair: Kenichi Shimizu, Brown University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Prediction from Moments
By Siddhartha Chib; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Siddhartha Chib, Washington University in St. Louis
 

2. Structural Scenario Analysis with SVARs
By Juan Antolin-Diaz; London Business School
ivan petrella; University of Warwick
Juan Rubio-Ramirez; Emory University
   presented by: Juan Rubio-Ramirez, Emory University
 

3. Semiparametric Bayesian Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models
By Andriy Norets; Brown University
Kenichi Shimizu; Brown University
   presented by: Kenichi Shimizu, Brown University
 
Session ID 227: Econometrics: Flexible, Robust Bayesian Inference
 
Session Chair: A Gallant, The Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. A Bayesian Covariance Graph And Latent Position Model For Multivariate Financial Time Series
By Daniel Felix Ahelegbey; Boston University
   presented by: Daniel Felix Ahelegbey, Boston University
 

2. Specification and Inference in Nonparametric Additive Regression
By Ivan Jeliazkov; UC Irvine
   presented by: Ivan Jeliazkov, UC Irvine
 

3. Nonparametric Bayes Subject to Overidentified Moment Conditions
By A Gallant; The Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: A Gallant, The Pennsylvania State University
 
Session ID 228: Econometrics: Adventures in Bayesian Inference 1
 
Session Chair: Peter Toth, UNR
Session type: contributed
 

1. Bayesian Dynamic Tensor Regression
By Monica Billio; Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
Roberto Casarin; University Ca' Foscari of Venice
Matteo Iacopini; Scuola Normale Superiore
Sylvia Kaufmann; Study Center Gerzensee
   presented by: Roberto Casarin, University Ca' Foscari of Venice
 

2. Stochastic Gradient Variational Bayes and Normalizing Flows for Estimation of Macroeconomic Models
By Ramis Khabibullin; Bank of Russia
Sergei Seleznev; Bank of Russia
   presented by: Ramis Khabibullin, Bank of Russia
 

3. Semiparametric Estimation of Limited Dependent Variable Models In Short Panels
By Jason Abrevaya; University of Texas
Peter Toth; UNR
   presented by: Peter Toth, UNR
 

4. Latent Variable Analysis in Structural Models: A New Decomposition of the Kalman Smoother
By Hess Chung; Federal Reserve Board
Cristina Fuentes-Albero; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
Matthias Paustian; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Damjan Pfajfar; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
   presented by: Cristina Fuentes-Albero, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
 
Session ID 229: Econometrics: Adventures in Bayesian Inference 2
 
Session Chair: Franco Peracchi, Georgetown University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Frequentist and Bayesian change–point models: A missing link
By David Ardia; HEC Montréal
Arnaud Dufays; Universite Namur
Carlos Ordas Criado; Laval University
   presented by: Arnaud Dufays, Universite Namur
 

2. Detecting Breaks in Real Time: A Panel Forecasting Approach
By Simon Smith; University of Southern California
Allan Timmermann; University of California, San Diego
   presented by: Simon Smith, University of Southern California
 

3. Understanding the Impact of SNAP on Diet Quality: A Bayesian Model with Endogeneity and Misclassification
By Christian Gregory; Economic Research Service
Martijn van Hasselt; The University of North Carolina Greensboro
   presented by: Martijn van Hasselt, The University of North Carolina Greensboro
 

4. Sampling properties of the Bayesian posterior mean with an application to WALS estimation
By Giuseppe De Luca; University of Palermo
Jan Magnus; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Franco Peracchi; Georgetown University
   presented by: Franco Peracchi, Georgetown University
 
Session ID 230: Econometrics: Sharp Inference with Bounds and Inequalities 1
 
Session Chair: Donald Andrews, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Partial Identification and Inference for Dynamic Models and Counterfactuals
By Myrto Kalouptsidi; Harvard University
Yuichi Kitamura; Yale University
Lucas Lima; Harvard University
Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues; University of Toronto
   presented by: Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues, University of Toronto
 

2. A Geometric Approach to Inference in Set-Identified Entry Games
By Christian Bontemps; ENAC and Toulouse School of Economics
Rohit Kumar; Indian statistical Institute
   presented by: Christian Bontemps, ENAC and Toulouse School of Economics
 

3. A Simple Uniformly Valid Test for Inequalities
By Gregory Cox; National University of Singapore
Xiaoxia Shi; University of Wisconsin at Madison
   presented by: Gregory Cox, National University of Singapore
 

4. Inference in Moment Inequality Models That Is Robust to Spurious Precision under Model Misspecification
By Donald Andrews; Yale University
Soonwoo Kwon; Yale University
   presented by: Donald Andrews, Yale University
 
Session ID 231: Econometrics: Sharp Inference with Bounds and Inequalities 2
 
Session Chair: Sophocles Mavroeidis, Oxford University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Uniform inference for bounds on the distribution and quantile functions of treatment effects in randomized experiments
By Antonio Galvao; University of Arizona
Thomas Parker; University of Waterloo
   presented by: Thomas Parker, University of Waterloo
 

2. Bounds on Causal Direct and Indirect Average Treatment Effects in the Presence of Noncompliance
By Xuan Chen; Renmin University of China
Carlos Flores; California Polytechnic State University
   presented by: Carlos Flores, California Polytechnic State University
 

3. Within Compliers and Beyond: Sharp Bounds in Instrumental Variable Models
By Philip Marx; Harvard University
   presented by: Philip Marx, Harvard University
 

4. Identification at the Zero Lower Bound
By Sophocles Mavroeidis; Oxford University
   presented by: Sophocles Mavroeidis, Oxford University
 
Session ID 232: Econometrics: Modern Bootstrap
 
Session Chair: Silvia Goncalves, McGill University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Inference by Stochastic Optimization: A Free-Lunch Bootstrap
By Jean-Jacques Forneron; Boston University
Serena Ng; Columbia University
   presented by: Jean-Jacques Forneron, Boston University
 

2. Improved central limit theorem and bootstrap approximations in high dimensions
By Victor Chernozhukov; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Denis Chetverikov; UCLA
Kengo Kato; Cornell University
Yuta Koike; University of Tokyo
   presented by: Denis Chetverikov, UCLA
 

3. Rate-Adaptive Bootstrap for Possibly Misspecified GMM
By Han Hong; Stanford University
Jessie Li; University of California, Santa Cruz
   presented by: Jessie Li, University of California, Santa Cruz
 

4. Bootstrap inference under cross sectional dependence
By Timothy Conley; Western Ontario
Silvia Goncalves; McGill University
Benoit Perron; University of Montreal
Min seong kim; University of Connecticut
   presented by: Silvia Goncalves, McGill University
 
Session ID 233: Econometrics with ML: Learning Causal Effects 1
 
Session Chair: Rahul Singh, MIT
Session type: contributed
 

1. Minimax Semiparametric Learning With Approximate Sparsity
By Jelena Bradic; University California San Diego
Victor Chernozhukov; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Whitney Newey; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Yinchu Zhu; University of Oregon
   presented by: Whitney Newey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

2. Minimax Learning for Average Regression Functionals with an Application to Electoral Accountability and Corruption
By Chen Qiu; London School of Economics
   presented by: Chen Qiu, London School of Economics
 

3. Multiway Cluster Robust Double/Debiased Machine Learning
By Harold Chiang; Vanderbilt University
Kengo Kato; Cornell University
Yukun Ma; Vanderbilt University
Yuya Sasaki; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Yuya Sasaki, Vanderbilt University
 

4. De-biased Machine Learning for Compliers
By Rahul Singh; MIT
Liyang Sun; MIT
   presented by: Rahul Singh, MIT
 
Session ID 234: Econometrics with ML: Learning Causal Effects 2
 
Session Chair: Guido Imbens, Stanford University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimation of Conditional Average Treatment Effects with High-Dimensional Data
By Qingliang Fan; Xiamen University
Yu-Chin Hsu; Academia Sinica
Robert Lieli; Central European University
Yichong Zhang; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Robert Lieli, Central European University
 

2. Double-Robust Identification for Causal Panel Data Models
By Dmitry Arkhangelsky; CEMFI
Guido Imbens; Stanford University
   presented by: Dmitry Arkhangelsky, CEMFI
 

3. Causal mediation analysis with double machine learning
By Helmut Farbmacher; Max Planck Society
Martin Huber; University of Fribourg
Henrika Langen; University of Fribourg
Martin Spindler; University of Munich
   presented by: Martin Huber, University of Fribourg
 

4. Semiparametric Estimation of Treatment Effects in Randomized Experiments
By Susan Athey; Stanford University
Peter Bickel; University of California Berkeley
Guido Imbens; Stanford University
Michael Pollmann; Stanford University
   presented by: Guido Imbens, Stanford University
 
Session ID 235: Econometrics with ML: Exciting Applications 1
 
Session Chair: Adam Jassem, Maasricht University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Targeted random forests: properties and recommendations
By Daniel Borup; Aarhus University, CREATES
Mikkel Nielsen; Columbia University
Bent Jesper Christensen; Aarhus University, CREATES
Nicolaj Mühlbach; School of Business and Social Science, Aarhus University
   presented by: Daniel Borup, Aarhus University, CREATES, Danish Finance Institute
 

2. Forecasting Loan Default in Europe with Machine Learning
By Luca Barbaglia; European Commission Joint Research Centre
Sebastiano Manzan; Baruch College, CUNY
Elisa Tosetti
   presented by: Luca Barbaglia, European Commission Joint Research Centre
 

3. Sentiment and Uncertainty indexes based on text-data for forecasting economic activity
By Valentina Aprigliano; Banca d'Italia
Simone Emiliozzi; Banca d'Italia
Gabriele Guaitoli; Unviersity of Warwick
Andrea Luciani; Bank of Italy
Juri Marcucci; Bank of Italy
Libero Monteforte; Parliamentary Budget Office
   presented by: Juri Marcucci, Bank of Italy
 

4. Min(d)ing the President: A text analytic approach to measuring tax news
By Adam Jassem; Maasricht University
Rui Almeida; Maastricht University
Nalan Basturk; maastricht university
Lenard Lieb; Maastricht University
Stephan Smeekes; Maastricht University
   presented by: Adam Jassem, Maasricht University
 
Session ID 236: Econometrics with ML: Exciting Applications 2
 
Session Chair: Philippe Goulet Coulombe, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

1. Predicting Fiscal Crises: A Machine Learning Approach
By Klaus-Peter Hellwig; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Klaus-Peter Hellwig, International Monetary Fund
 

2. Forecasting Mortality
By Giacomo De Giorgi; IEE/GSEM University of Geneva
Matthew Harding
Gabriel Vasconcelos; University of California, Irvine
   presented by: Matthew Harding, University of California, Irvine
 

3. Text as Instruments
By James Nesbit; New York University
   presented by: James Nesbit, New York University
 

4. The Macroeconomy as a Random Forest
By Philippe Goulet Coulombe; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Philippe Goulet Coulombe, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session ID 237: Econometrics: Which t for IV?
 
Session Chair: Jack Porter, University of Wisconsin
Session type: contributed
 

1. Inference with Many Weak Instruments
By Anna Mikusheva; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Liyang Sun; MIT
   presented by: Liyang Sun, MIT
 

2. A simple robust procedure in instrumental variables regression
By Xiyu Jiao; University of Oxford
   presented by: Xiyu Jiao, University of Oxford
 

3. Uniform Inference in Instrumental Variables Models with Identification Failure
By Qihui Chen; The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
   presented by: Qihui Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
 

4. Which t for IV?
By David Lee; Princeton University
Justin McCrary; Columbia University
Marcelo Moreira; FGV
Jack Porter; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Jack Porter, University of Wisconsin
 
Session ID 238: Econometrics: More t for IV
 
Session Chair: Frank Windmeijer, University of Oxford
Session type: contributed
 

1. Excluded variables and causal analysis in linear regression:\\ interpretation and distributional theory
By Jean-Marie Dufour; McGill University
   presented by: Jean-Marie Dufour, McGill University
 

2. Anatomy of Instrument Identification Power for Average Treatment Effect
By David Frazier; Monash University
Donald Poskitt; Monash University
Lina Zhang; Monash University
Xueyan Zhao; Monash University
   presented by: Xueyan Zhao, Monash University
 

3. TESTING IDENTIFYING ASSUMPTIONS IN BIVARIATE PROBIT MODELS
By Desire Kedagni; Iowa State University
Santiago Acerenza; Iowa State University
Otavio Bartalotti; Iowa State University
   presented by: Santiago Acerenza, Iowa State University
 

4. The Confidence Interval Method for Selecting Valid Instrumental Variables
By Frank Windmeijer; University of Oxford
Xiaoran Liang; University of Bristol
Fernando Hartwig; University of Pelotas
Jack Bowden; University of Exeter
   presented by: Frank Windmeijer, University of Oxford
 
Session ID 239: Econometrics: IV Models
 
Session Chair: Pascal Lavergne, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Salvaging Falsified Instrumental Variable Models
By Matthew Masten; Duke University
Alexandre Poirier; Georgetown University
   presented by: Matthew Masten, Duke University
 

2. Causal Spillover Effects Using Instrumental Variables
By Gonzalo Vazquez-Bare; UC Santa Barbara
   presented by: Gonzalo Vazquez-Bare, UC Santa Barbara
 

3. Partially Linear Models with Endogeneity: a conditional moment based approach
By Bertille Antoine; Simon Fraser University
Xiaolin Sun; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Xiaolin Sun, Simon Fraser University
 

4. Identification-Robust Nonparametric Inference in a Linear IV Model
By Bertille Antoine; Simon Fraser University
Pascal Lavergne; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Pascal Lavergne, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session ID 240: Econometrics: Some Cool Stuff
 
Session Chair: Timothy Armstrong, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Distributional synthetic controls
By Florian Gunsilius; MIT
   presented by: Florian Gunsilius, Univeristy of Michigan
 

2. On Counterfactual Analysis of Differentiable Functionals
By Yaroslav Mukhin; MIT
   presented by: Yaroslav Mukhin, MIT
 

3. Instrumental Variables Quantile Regression with Multivariate Endogenous Variable
By Guillaume Pouliot; University of Chicago
   presented by: Guillaume Pouliot, University of Chicago
 

4. Adaptation Bounds for Confidence Bands under Self-Similarity
By Timothy Armstrong; Yale University
   presented by: Timothy Armstrong, Yale University
 
Session ID 241: Econometrics: More Cool Stuff
 
Session Chair: Andrei Zeleneev, Princeton University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Normal Approximation in Large Network Models
By Michael Leung; USC
Hyungsik Roger Moon; University of Southern California
   presented by: Hyungsik Roger Moon, University of Southern California
 

2. Heterogeneous Choice Sets and Preferences
By Levon Barseghyan; Cornell University
Maura Coughlin; Cornell University
Francesca Molinari; Cornell
Joshua Teitelbaum; Georgetown University
   presented by: Francesca Molinari, Cornell
 

3. Deep Neural Networks for Estimation and Inference
By Max Farrell; University of Chicago Booth
Tengyuan Liang; Chicago Booth
Sanjog Misra; University of Chicago Booth School
   presented by: Max Farrell, University of Chicago Booth
 

4. Identification and Estimation of Network Models with Nonparametric Unobserved Heterogeneity
By Andrei Zeleneev; Princeton University
   presented by: Andrei Zeleneev, Princeton University
 
Session ID 242: Econometrics : Shape Restrictions, Measurement Errors
 
Session Chair: Scott Kostyshak, University of Florida
Session type: contributed
 

1. TESTING NONPARAMETRIC SHAPE RESTRICTIONS
By Javier Hidaldo
Tatiana Komarova; London School of Economics
   presented by: Tatiana Komarova, London School of Economics
 

2. A General Framework for Inference on Shape Restrictions
By Zheng Fang; Texas A&M University
Juwon Seo; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Zheng Fang, Texas A&M University
 

3. Issues of Nonstandard Inference in Measurement Error Models
By Kirill Evdokimov; Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Andrei Zeleneev; Princeton University
   presented by: Kirill Evdokimov, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 

4. The Partial Monotonicity Parameter: A Generalization of Regression Monotonicity
By Scott Kostyshak; University of Florida
Ye Luo; The University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Scott Kostyshak, University of Florida
 
Session ID 243: Econometrics: Quantile Regression Models
 
Session Chair: Jayeeta Bhattacharya, University of Southampton
Session type: contributed
 

1. Sparse Quantile Regression
By Le-Yu Chen; Academia Sinica
Sokbae (Simon) Lee; Columbia University
   presented by: Le-Yu Chen, Academia Sinica
 

2. Semiparametric Quantile Models for Ascending Auctions with Asymmetric Bidders
By Nathalie Gimenes; PUC-Rio
Emmanuel Guerre; University of Kent
Jayeeta Bhattacharya; University of Southampton
   presented by: Nathalie Gimenes, PUC-Rio
 

3. Distribution Regression in Duration Analysis: an Application to Unemployment Spells
By Miguel Delgado; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Andrés García-Suaza; Universidad EIA
Pedro H. C. Sant'Anna; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Andrés García-Suaza, Universidad EIA
 

4. Quantile regression with generated dependent variable and covariates
By Jayeeta Bhattacharya; University of Southampton
   presented by: Jayeeta Bhattacharya, University of Southampton
 
Session ID 244: Econometrics: Distribution Regression Models
 
Session Chair: Ivan Fernandez-Val, Boston University
Session type: contributed
 

1. GAUSSIAN TRANSFORMS MODELLING: CONCAVITY AND MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION OF CONDITIONAL DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS
By Sami Stouli; University of Bristol
Richard Spady; Johns Hopkins University
   presented by: Sami Stouli, University of Bristol
 

2. Local Regression Distribution Estimators
By Matias Cattaneo; Princeton University
Michael Jansson; University of California, Berkeley
Xinwei Ma; University of California, San Diego
   presented by: Xinwei Ma, University of California, San Diego
 

3. A Panel Data Estimator for the Distribution and Quantiles of Marginal Effects in Nonlinear Structural Models with an Application to the Demand for Junk Food
By Joe Cooprider; Boston College
Stefan Hoderlein; Boston College
Alexander Meister; University of Rostock
   presented by: Stefan Hoderlein, Boston College
 

4. Distribution Regression with Sample Selection, with an Application to Wage Decompositions in the UK
By Victor Chernozhukov; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ivan Fernandez-Val; Boston University
Siyi Luo; Boston University
   presented by: Ivan Fernandez-Val, Boston University
 
Session ID 245: Econometrics of Network Formation
 
Session Chair: Andrin Pelican, St. Gallen
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identification and Inference of Network Formation Games with Misclassified Links
By Luis Candelaria; Warwick University
Takuya Ura; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Luis Candelaria, Warwick University
 

2. Thick as thieves: Homophily and Selection Bias in Networks
By Alejandro Sanchez-Becerra; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Alejandro Sanchez Becerra, University of Pennsylvania
 

3. Network Formation with Unobserved Homophily: Identification and Evidence from Bangladesh
By Asad Islam; Monash University
Jun Sung Kim; Monash University
Suyong Song; University of Iowa
Yves Zenou; Monash University
   presented by: Suyong Song, University of Iowa
 

4. An optimal test for strategic interaction in social and economic network formation between heterogeneous agents
By Andrin Pelican; St. Gallen
Bryan Graham
   presented by: Andrin Pelican, St. Gallen
 
Session ID 246: Econometrics of Networks: Exciting Applications I
 
Session Chair: Simon Heß, Goethe University Frankfurt
Session type: contributed
 

1. Networking Yield Curve Expectations
By Tatjana Dahlhaus; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Tatjana Dahlhaus, Bank of Canada
 

2. Social Networks and Consumption Behavior: Evidence from Yelp
By Hao Fe
   presented by: Hao Fe,
 

3. Binary Outcomes and Linear Peer Effects in Networks
By Yann Bramoulle; Aix-Marseille University
   presented by: Yann Bramoulle, Aix-Marseille University
 

4. Altruism, Capacity Constraints and the Topology of Transfer Networks
By Marcel Fafchamps; Stanford University
Simon Heß; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Simon Heß, Goethe University Frankfurt
 
Session ID 247: Econometrics of Networks: Exciting Applications II
 
Session Chair: Luis Alvarez, University of São Paulo
Session type: contributed
 

1. Production Networks and Learning-by-Networking
By N. Melisa bilgin; Koc University
   presented by: N. Melisa bilgin, Koc University
 

2. Credit Market Spillovers: Evidence from a Syndicated Loan Market Network
By Abhimanyu Gupta; University of Essex
Sotirios Kokas; University of Essex
Alex Michaelides; Imperial College
   presented by: Sotirios Kokas, University of Essex
 

3. A Structural Model of Firm Collaborations with Unobserved Heterogeneity
By Angelo Mele; Johns Hopkins University
   presented by: Angelo Mele, Johns Hopkins University
 

4. Homophily in preferences or meetings? Identifying and estimating an iterative network formation model
By Luis Alvarez; University of São Paulo
Cristine Pinto; São Paulo School of Economics - EESP/FG
Vladimir Ponczek; FGV
   presented by: Luis Alvarez, University of São Paulo
 
Session ID 248: Econometrics of Networks: Causal Effects
 
Session Chair: David Jacho-Chavez, Emory University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identifying Causal Effects in Experiments with Social Interactions and Non-compliance
By Francis DiTraglia; University of Oxford
Camilo Garcia Jimeno; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Rossa O'Keeffe-O'Donovan; University of Oxford
Alejandro Sanchez-Becerra; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Francis DiTraglia, University of Oxford
 

2. policy targeting under network interference
By davide viviano; university of california, San Diego
   presented by: davide viviano, university of california, San Diego
 

3. Identification and Estimation of Social Interactions in Endogenously Formed Groups
By Shuyang Sheng; UCLA
Xiaoting Sun; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Xiaoting Sun, Simon Fraser University
 

4. On the Identification and Estimation of Endogenous Peer Effects in Multiplex Networks
By Juan Estrada; Emory University
Kim Huynh; Bank of Canada
David Jacho-Chavez; Emory University
Leonardo Sánchez-Aragón; Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral
   presented by: David Jacho-Chavez, Emory University
 
Session ID 249: Econometrics of Networks: Theory
 
Session Chair: Vadim Marmer, University of British Columbia
Session type: contributed
 

1. Measuring Differences in Stochastic Network Structure
By Eric Auerbach; Northwestern
   presented by: Eric Auerbach, Northwestern
 

2. Identification and Estimation of Network Statistics with Missing Link Data
By Matthew Thirkettle; Cornell University
   presented by: Matthew Thirkettle, Cornell University
 

3. JACKKNIFE EMPIRICAL LIKELIHOOD: SMALL BANDWIDTH, HIGH-DIMENSION AND SPARSE NETWORK ASYMPTOTICS
By Yukitoshi Matsushita; Hitotsubashi University
Taisuke Otsu; London School of Economics
   presented by: Yukitoshi Matsushita, Hitotsubashi University
 

4. Limit Theorems for Network Dependent Random Variables
By Denis Kojevnikov; Tilburg University
Vadim Marmer; University of British Columbia
Kyungchul (Kevin) Song; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Vadim Marmer, University of British Columbia
 
Session ID 250: Econometrics of Networks: via Quantiles
 
Session Chair: Zhongjian Lin, Emory University
Session type: contributed
 

1. A spatial panel quantile model with unobserved heterogeneity
By Tomohiro Ando; University of Melbourne
Lina Lu; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
   presented by: Lina Lu, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 

2. High Dimensional Latent Panel Quantile Regression with an Application to Asset Pricing
By Alexandre Belloni; Duke University
Mingli Chen; University of Warwick
Oscar Madrid Padilla; UCLA
Zixuan Wang; Harvard Business School
   presented by: Mingli Chen, University of Warwick
 

3. Social Interactions Quantiles
By Zhongjian Lin; Emory University
   presented by: Zhongjian Lin, Emory University
 
Session ID 251: Econometrics with Regression Discontinuities
 
Session Chair: Christoph Rothe, University of Mannheim
Session type: contributed
 

1. How Much Should We Trust Regression Discontinuity Design Estimates? Evidence from Experimental Benchmarks of the Incumbency Advantage
By Dominik Hangartner; ETH Zurich
Salomo Hirvonen; University of Bristol
Leandro Magalhaes; University of Bristol
Jaakko Meriläinen; Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
Nelson Ruiz; University of Oxford
Janne Tukiainen; VATT Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Janne Tukiainen, VATT Institute for Economic Research
 

2. Regression Discontinuity Designs with a Continuous Treatment
By Yingying Dong; University of California Irvine
   presented by: Yingying Dong, University of California Irvine
 

3. Inferences and Specification Testing in Threshold Regression with Endogeneity
By Ping Yu; University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Ping Yu, University of Hong Kong
 

4. Bias-Aware Inference in Fuzzy Regression Discontinuity Designs
By Claudia Noack
Christoph Rothe; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Christoph Rothe, University of Mannheim
 
Session ID 252: Econometrics of Treatment Effects 1
 
Session Chair: Claudia Noack, University of Mannheim
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identifying Marginal Treatment Effects in the Presence of Sample Selection
By Otavio Bartalotti; Iowa State University
Desire Kedagni; Iowa State University
Vitor Possebom; Yale University
   presented by: Otavio Bartalotti, Iowa State University
 

2. Optimality of Matched-Pair Designs in Randomized Controlled Trials
By Yuehao Bai; The University of Chicago
   presented by: Yuehao Bai, The University of Chicago
 

3. Bounds on direct and indirect effects under treatment/mediator endogeneity and outcome attrition
By Martin Huber; University of Fribourg
Lukas Laffers; Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences
   presented by: Lukas Laffers, Matej Bel University
 

4. Sensitivity of LATE Estimates to Violations of the Monotonicity Assumption
By Claudia Noack
   presented by: Claudia Noack, University of Mannheim
 
Session ID 253: Econometrics of Treatment Effects 2
 
Session Chair: Desire Kedagni, Iowa State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Assessing Sensitivity to Unconfoundedness: Estimation and Inference
By Matthew Masten; Duke University
Alexandre Poirier; Georgetown University
Linqi Zhang; Boston College
   presented by: Alexandre Poirier, Georgetown University
 

2. Inference for Heterogeneous Treatment Effects for Observational Data with High-Dimensional Covariates
By Jing Tao; University of Washington
   presented by: Jing Tao, University of Washington
 

3. Proxy Controls
By Ben Deaner; MIT
   presented by: Ben Deaner, MIT
 

4. Identifying Treatment Effects in the Presence of Confounded Types
By Desire Kedagni; Iowa State University
   presented by: Desire Kedagni, Iowa State University
 
Session ID 254: Contract Theory I
 
Session Chair: John Yiran Zhu, University of Kansas
Session type: contributed
 

1. Relational Contracts: Public versus Private Savings
By Daniel Garrett; Toulouse School of Economics, University of Toulouse Capitole
Francesc Dilme; University of Bonn
   presented by: Daniel Garrett, Toulouse School of Economics, University
 

2. Dynamic Contracting with Flexible Monitoring
By Liang Dai; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Yenan Wang; Duke University
Ming Yang; Duke University
   presented by: Ming Yang, Duke University
 

3. Vague by Design: Performance Evaluation and Learning from Wages
By Franz Peter Ostrizek; Princeton University
   presented by: Franz Peter Ostrizek, Princeton University
 

4. Better Monitoring...Worse Productivity?
By John Yiran Zhu; University of Kansas
   presented by: John Yiran Zhu, University of Kansas
 
Session ID 255: Contract Theory II
 
Session Chair: Hsuan-Chih Lin, Academia Sinica
Session type: contributed
 

1. Self-Evident Events and the Value of Linking
By Jimmy Chan; Chinese University of Hong Kong
Wenzhang Zhang; Zhejiang University
   presented by: Jimmy Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong
 

2. Workforce Flexibility and Procrastination Control
By Buqu Gao; Nankai University
Lingfeng Que; Boston University
   presented by: Buqu Gao, Nankai University
 

3. Moral Hazard and Subjective Evaluation
By Shingo Ishiguro; Osaka University
Yosuke Yasuda; Osaka U
   presented by: Yosuke Yasuda, Osaka U
 

4. Optimal Long-term Contracts with Limited Commitment and Unobservable Disability
By Kyoung Jin Choi; University of Calgary
Junkee Jeon; Kyung Hee University
Hsuan-Chih Lin; Academia Sinica
   presented by: Hsuan-Chih Lin, Academia Sinica
 
Session ID 256: Contract Theory III
 
Session Chair: Xingtan Zhang, University of Colorado Boulder
Session type: contributed
 

1. Grouping Agents with Persistent Types
By James Malcomson; University of Oxford
   presented by: James Malcomson, University of Oxford
 

2. Optimal Project Design
By Daniel Garrett; Toulouse School of Economics, University
George Georgiadis; Northwestern University, Kellogg School
Alex Smolin; Toulouse School of Economics
Balazs Szentes; London School of Economics
   presented by: George Georgiadis, Northwestern University, Kellogg School
 

3. Estimation, Data Generator and Optimal Contract: A Robust Approach
By Tan Gan; Yale University
   presented by: Tan Gan, Yale University
 

4. Long-Term Contracting with Time-Inconsistent Agents
By Daniel Gottlieb; London School of Economics
Xingtan Zhang; University of Colorado Boulder
   presented by: Xingtan Zhang, University of Colorado Boulder
 
Session ID 257: Bargaining I
 
Session Chair: Yejia Xu, University of Southern California
Session type: contributed
 

1. Multilateral Bargaining over the Division of Losses
By Duk Gyoo Kim; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Duk Gyoo Kim, University of Mannheim
 

2. Reputational Bargaining in the Shadow of the Law
By Mehmet Ekmekci; Boston College
Hanzhe Zhang; Michigan State University
   presented by: Hanzhe Zhang, Michigan State University
 

3. Equilibrium Effects of Pay Transparency in a Simple Labor Market
By Zoe Cullen; Harvard University
Bobby Pakzad-Hurson; Brown University
   presented by: Bobak Pakzad-Hurson, Brown University
 

4. Distortion-Proof for the Nash-in-Nash Solution
By Yejia Xu; University of Southern California
   presented by: Yejia Xu, University of Southern California
 
Session ID 258: Bargaining II
 
Session Chair: Eric van Damme, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Bargaining Between Collaborators of a Stochastic Project
By Z. Eddie Ning; Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
   presented by: Z. Eddie Ning, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
 

2. On Bargaining Norms
By Tymon Tatur; Bonn University
   presented by: Tymon Tatur, Bonn University
 

3. How to compromise when compromising is inefficient
By Xu Lang; SWUFE
Eric van Damme; Tilburg University
   presented by: Eric van Damme, Tilburg University
 
Session ID 259: Bargaining III
 
Session Chair: Heng Liu, University of Michigan
Session type: contributed
 

1. Mediation Design
By Piero Gottardi; European University Institute
Claudio Mezzetti; University of Queensland
   presented by: Piero Gottardi, European University Institute
 

2. Outside Options and Efficient Bargaining Dynamics
By Andrew McClellan; University of Chicago
   presented by: Andrew McClellan, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
 

3. Bargaining in Securities
By Isaias Chaves; Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
Felipe Varas; Duke University
   presented by: Isaias Chaves, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
 

4. Robust Predictions in Coasian Bargaining
By Heng Liu; University of Michigan
   presented by: Heng Liu, University of Michigan
 
Session ID 260: Dynamics and Information
 
Session Chair: Anna Sanktjohanser, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Signaling What You Don’t Want
By Esat Doruk Cetemen; Collegio Carlo Alberto
Chiara Margaria; Boston University
   presented by: Chiara Margaria, Boston University
 

2. Learning while Bargaining: Experimentation and Coasean Dynamics
By Niccolo Lomys; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Niccolo Lomys, Toulouse School of Economics
 

3. A Dynamic Theory of Random Price Discounts
By Francesc Dilme; University of Bonn
   presented by: Francesc Dilme, University of Bonn
 

4. Too much of a good thing? The dynamics of trust and loyalty
By Johannes Horner; Yale University
Anna Sanktjohanser; Yale University
   presented by: Anna Sanktjohanser, Yale University
 
Session ID 261: Learning in Games
 
Session Chair: Rajiv Sethi, Barnard College, Columbia University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Bayesian Learning with Private Monitoring: Double Merging and Convergence
By Yuichi Noguchi; Kanto Gakuin University
   presented by: Yuichi Noguchi, Kanto Gakuin University
 

2. Bayesian Learning in Coordination Games
By Thomas Norman; University of Oxford
   presented by: Thomas Norman, University of Oxford
 

3. Machine Learning for Strategic Inference in a Simple Dynamic Game
By Jonathan Libgober; Univ of Southern California
In-Koo Cho; Emory University
   presented by: In-Koo Cho, Emory University
 

4. Procedural Rationality in Repeated Games
By Rajiv Sethi; Barnard College, Columbia University
   presented by: Rajiv Sethi, Barnard College, Columbia University
 
Session ID 262: Communication, Cheap Talk, and Mediation I
 
Session Chair: Shih En Lu, Simon Fraser University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Why Echo Chambers are Useful
By Ole Jann; CERGE-EI
Christoph Schottmueller; University of Cologne
   presented by: Ole Jann, CERGE-EI
 

2. Information Processing: Contracts versus Communication
By Andreas Blume; University of Arizona
Inga Deimen; University of Arizona
Sean Inoue; University of Arizona
   presented by: Inga Deimen, University of Arizona
 

3. Subversive Conversations
By Nemanja Antic; Northwestern University, Kellogg School
Archishman Chakraborty; Yeshiva University
Rick Harbaugh; Indiana University
   presented by: Archishman Chakraborty, Yeshiva University
 

4. Monotonic Cheap Talk
By Shih En Lu; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Shih En Lu, Simon Fraser University
 
Session ID 263: Communication, Cheap Talk, and Mediation II
 
Session Chair: Matteo Escudé, European University Institute
Session type: contributed
 

1. Two-sided Strategic Information Transmission
By Saori Chiba; Kyoto University
Kazumi Hori; Ritsumeikan University
   presented by: Kazumi Hori, Ritsumeikan University
 

2. Laboratory Kickback to Doctor, Consumer Awareness, and Welfare Implications
By Yuk-fai Fong; The University of Hong Kong
Xiaoxuan Meng; Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Lin Zhao; The University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Lin Zhao, The University of Hong Kong
 

3. Communication with partially verifiable endogenous information
By Matteo Escudé; European University Institute
   presented by: Matteo Escudé, European University Institute
 

4. Do a Few Bad Apples Spoil the Barrel?: Community Enforcement with Incomplete Information
By Takuo Sugaya; Stanford University
   presented by: Takuo Sugaya, Stanford University
 
Session ID 264: Mechanism Design I
 
Session Chair: Renkun Yang, The Ohio State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Public Good Overprovision by a Manipulative Provider
By Gorkem Celik; ESSEC Business School
Dongsoo Shin; Santa Clara University
Roland Strausz; Humboldt Universitaet Berlin
   presented by: Dongsoo Shin, Santa Clara University
 

2. Necessity of Auctions for Optimal Redistribution
By Mingshi Kang; University of Western Ontario
Charles Zheng; University of Western Ontario
   presented by: Charles Zheng, University of Western Ontario
 

3. Optimal Delegation Under Unknown Bias: The Role of Concavity
By Noam Tanner; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
   presented by: Noam Tanner, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 

4. Dynamic allocation without money: the limited commitment case
By Renkun Yang; The Ohio State University
   presented by: Renkun Yang, The Ohio State University
 
Session ID 265: Mechanism Design II
 
Session Chair: Jun Zhang, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Session type: contributed
 

1. Optimal Task Scheduling under Moral Hazard & Adverse Selection
By Murali Agastya; University of Sydney
Oleksii Birulin; University of Sydney
   presented by: Murali Agastya, University of Sydney
 

2. Wedge Dynamics with Evolving Private Information
By MILTIADIS MAKRIS
Alessandro Pavan; Northwestern University
   presented by: MILTIADIS MAKRIS,
 

3. Screening by Mode of Trade
By Juan Ignacio Beccuti Vazquez; U Bern
Marc Moeller; University of Bern
   presented by: Juan Ignacio Beccuti Vazquez, U Bern
 

4. Optimal Mechanism Design with Aftermarket Competitions
By Jun Zhang; University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
   presented by: Jun Zhang, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
 
Session ID 266: Mechanism Design III
 
Session Chair: Qinggong Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. Non-linear Pricing with Reneging
By Menghan Xu; Xiamen University
Yujing Xu; University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Menghan Xu, Xiamen University
 

2. {Contracting with endogenously incomplete commitment: Escape clauses
By Thomas Tangerås; Research Institute of Industrial Economics
Wolfgang Gick; IFN Stockholm and Free U Bolzano
   presented by: Wolfgang Gick, IFN Stockholm and Free U Bolzano
 

3. Job Offer Design with an Endogenous Acceptance Deadline
By Xin Zhao; University of Technology Sydney
Changying Li; Shandong University
   presented by: Xin Zhao, University of Technology Sydney
 

4. Robust Binary Voting
By Tangren Feng; University of Michigan
Qinggong Wu; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Qinggong Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 
Session ID 267: Mechanism Design IV
 
Session Chair: Shuguang Zhu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Bilateral Trade under No Subsidies: Characterization and Efficiency
By Jernej Copic; Aix-Marseille Universite and GREQAM
Žiga Velkavrh; University of Primorska, Andrej Marušič Institute
   presented by: Jernej Copic, Aix-Marseille Universite and GREQAM
 

2. Implementation in undominated strategies with applications to economic environments
By Saptarshi Mukherjee; Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Nozomu Muto; Yokohama National University
Arunava Sen; Indian Statistical Institute
   presented by: Nozomu Muto, Yokohama National University
 

3. Informationally Simple Implementation
By Simon Gleyze; Paris School of Economics
Agathe Pernoud; Stanford University
   presented by: Simon Gleyze, Paris School of Economics
 

4. On the Foundations of Ex Post Incentive Compatible Mechanisms
By Takuro Yamashita; Toulouse School of Economics
Shuguang Zhu; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Shuguang Zhu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 
Session ID 268: Equilibrium and Other Solution Concepts I
 
Session Chair: Elizabeth Baldwin, University of Oxford
Session type: contributed
 

1. On the existence of equilibrium in Bayesian games without complementarities
By Idione Meneghel; Australian National University
Rabee Tourky; Australian National University Research School of Economics
   presented by: Idione Meneghel, Australian National University
 

2. Incomplete Information Robustness
By Stephen Morris; MIT
Takashi Ui; Hitotsubashi University
   presented by: Takashi Ui, Hitotsubashi University
 

3. Compromise, Don't Optimize: A Prior-Free Alternative to Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium
By Karl Schlag; University of Vienna
Andy Zapechelnyuk; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Andy Zapechelnyuk, University of St Andrews
 

4. The Equilibrium Existence Duality: Equilibrium with Indivisibilities & Income Effects
By Elizabeth Baldwin; University of Oxford
Omer Edhan; University of Manchester
Ravi Jagadeesan; Harvard University
Paul Klemperer; University of Oxford
Alexander Teytelboym; University of Oxford
   presented by: Elizabeth Baldwin, University of Oxford
 
Session ID 269: Equilibrium and Other Solution Concepts II
 
Session Chair: Jeevant Rampal, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Session type: contributed
 

1. Equilibrium refinements in games with many players
By Enxian Chen; National University of Singapore
Lei Qiao; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Xiang Sun; Wuhan University
Yeneng Sun; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Xiang Sun, Wuhan University
 

2. Possibilistic Strategies and Beliefs in Strategic Games
By Jaeok Park; Yonsei University
Doo Hyung Yun; Yonsei University
   presented by: Jaeok Park, Yonsei University
 

3. How to Play Out of Equilibrium: Beating the Play
By Karl Schlag; University of Vienna
   presented by: Karl Schlag, University of Vienna
 

4. Limited Foresight Equilibrium
By Jeevant Rampal; Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
   presented by: Jeevant Rampal, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
 
Session ID 270: Epistemic Game Theory
 
Session Chair: Emiliano Catonini, Higher School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Beliefs, Plans, and Perceived Intentions in Dynamic Games
By Pierpaolo Battigalli; Universita' Bocconi
Nicodemo De Vito; Universita' Bocconi
   presented by: Pierpaolo Battigalli, Universita' Bocconi
 

2. Shortcut to Universal Belief Spaces
By Byung Soo Lee; University of Toronto
   presented by: Byung Soo Lee, University of Toronto
 

3. Incomplete preferences or incomplete information? Rationalizability in games with private values
By Enrico De Magistris; Boston University
   presented by: Enrico De Magistris, Boston University
 

4. Path agreements and off-path uncertainty
By Pierpaolo Battigalli; Universita' Bocconi
Emiliano Catonini; Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Emiliano Catonini, Higher School of Economics
 
Session ID 271: Dynamics and Evolution
 
Session Chair: Wojciech Olszewski, Northwestern University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Mean-Field Approximation of Forward-Looking Population Dynamics
By Ryota Iijima; Yale University
Daisuke Oyama; University of Tokyo
   presented by: Daisuke Oyama, University of Tokyo
 

2. A Stochastic Stability Analysis with Observation Errors in Normal Form Games
By Ryoji Sawa; University of Tsukuba
   presented by: Ryoji Sawa, University of Tsukuba
 

3. Conventions under heterogeneous choice rules
By Jonathan Newton; Kyoto University
   presented by: Jonathan Newton, Kyoto University
 

4. A result on convergence of sequences of iterations, with applications to best-response dynamics and On convergence of sequences in complete lattices
By Wojciech Olszewski; Northwestern University
   presented by: Wojciech Olszewski, Northwestern University
 
Session ID 272: Market Design I
 
Session Chair: Antonio Miralles, Università degli Studi di Messina
Session type: contributed
 

1. On the Virtue of Being Regular and Predictable: A Structural Analysis of the Primary Dealer System in the United States Treasury Auctions
By Eiichiro Kazumori; University of Massachusetts
Fumiko Takeda; University of Tokyo
   presented by: Fumiko Takeda, University of Tokyo
 

2. Market Design and Machine Learning as Natural Experiment
By Kohei Yata; Yale University
Yusuke Narita; Yale University
   presented by: Kohei Yata, Yale University
 

3. Using Market Design to Improve College Transfers of Student-Athletes
By Umut Dur; North Carolina State University
Robert Hammond; University of Alabama
   presented by: Umut Dur, North Carolina State University
 

4. CONSTRAINED PSEUDO-MARKET EQUILIBRIUM
By Federico Echenique; Caltech
Antonio Miralles; Università degli Studi di Messina
Jun Zhang; Nanjing Audit University
   presented by: Antonio Miralles, Università degli Studi di Messina
 
Session ID 273: Market Design II
 
Session Chair: Marco Ottaviani, Bocconi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Optimal Organ Allocation Policy Under (Over) Blood-Type Barriers
By Jaehong Kim; Xiamen University
Mengling Li; Xiamen University
   presented by: Mengling Li, Xiamen University
 

2. Fractional Top Trading Cycle
By Jingsheng Yu; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Jun Zhang; Nanjing Audit University
   presented by: Jun Zhang, Nanjing Audit University
 

3. Welfare Theorems for Random Assignments with Priorities
By Akaki Mamageishvili; ETH Zurich
Jan Christoph Schlegel; City, University of London
   presented by: Jan Christoph Schlegel, City, University of London
 

4. Organization of Funding across Fields: Budget Apportionment and Application Incentives
By Marco Ottaviani; Bocconi University
   presented by: Marco Ottaviani, Bocconi University
 
Session ID 274: Matching I
 
Session Chair: Jacob Leshno, Chicago Booth
Session type: contributed
 

1. Leveraging Uncertainties to Infer Preferences: Robust Analysis of School Choice
By Yeon-Koo Che; Columbia University
Dong Woo Hahm; Columbia University
Yinghua He; Rice University
   presented by: Dong Woo Hahm, Columbia University
 

2. How can preferences for same-trait marriage increase investment in education?
By Lorena Hakak; Sao Paulo University
   presented by: Lorena Hakak, Sao Paulo University
 

3. Stability in Repeated Matching Markets
By Ce Liu; Michigan State University
   presented by: Ce Liu, Michigan State University
 

4. Information Acquisition Costs in Matching Markets
By Nicole Immorlica; Microsoft Research
Jacob Leshno; Chicago Booth
Irene Lo; Stanford University
Brendan Lucier; Microsoft
   presented by: Jacob Leshno, Chicago Booth
 
Session ID 275: Matching II
 
Session Chair: Daisuke Hirata, Hitotsubashi University and UNSW Sydney
Session type: contributed
 

1. Strategy-Proof Exchange under Trichotomous Preferences
By Alexander Westkamp; University of Cologne
   presented by: Alexander Westkamp, University of Cologne
 

2. Stability against Robust Deviations in the Roommate Problem
By Daisuke Hirata; Hitotsubashi University and UNSW Sydney
Yusuke Kasuya; Kobe University
Kentaro Tomoeda; University of Technology Sydney
   presented by: Kentaro Tomoeda, University of Technology Sydney
 

3. Quota adjustment process
By Taro Kumano; Yokohama National University
Morimitsu Kurino; Keio University
   presented by: Taro Kumano, Yokohama National University
 

4. Stability, Strategy-Proofness, and Respecting-Improvements Properties
By Daisuke Hirata; Hitotsubashi University and UNSW Sydney
Yusuke Kasuya; Kobe University
Yasunori Okumura; Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
   presented by: Daisuke Hirata, Hitotsubashi University and UNSW Sydney
 
Session ID 276: Matching III
 
Session Chair: Jonas von Wangenheim, University of Bonn
Session type: contributed
 

1. Matching Platforms
By Masaki Aoyagi; Osaka University
Seung Han Yoo; Korea University
   presented by: Seung Han Yoo, Korea University
 

2. Unpaired Kidney Exchange: Overcoming Double Coincidence of Wants without Money
By Mohammad Akbarpour; Stanford University
Julien Combe; CREST - Ecole polytechnique
Yinghua He; Rice University
Victor Hiller; Université Panthéon Assas
Robert Shimer; University of Chicago
Olivier Tercieux; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Julien Combe, CREST - Ecole polytechnique
 

3. Comparing School Choice and College Admission Mechanisms By Their Immunity to Strategic Admissions
By Somouaoga Bonkoungou; National Research University Higher School of Economics
Alexander Nesterov; Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Alexander Nesterov, Higher School of Economics
 

4. School Choice and Loss Aversion
By Vincent Meisner; TU Berlin
Jonas von Wangenheim; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
   presented by: Jonas von Wangenheim, University of Bonn
 
Session ID 277: Econometrics of Treatment Effects 3
 
Session Chair: Tymon Sloczynski, Brandeis University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Two-way fixed effects estimators with heterogeneous treatment effects
By Clément de Chaisemartin; UCSB
Xavier d'Haultfoeuille; CREST
   presented by: Xavier d'Haultfoeuille, CREST
 

2. Testing for Sample Selection
By Valentina Corradi; University of Surrey
Daniel Gutknecht; University of Frankfurt
   presented by: Daniel Gutknecht, University of Frankfurt
 

3. Doubly weighted M-estimation for nonrandom assignment and missing outcomes
By Akanksha Negi; Michigan State University
   presented by: Akanksha Negi, Michigan State University
 

4. Abadie's Kappa and Weighting Estimators of the Local Average Treatment Effect
By Tymon Sloczynski; Brandeis University
Derya Uysal; LMU Munich
Jeffrey Wooldridge; Michigan State University
   presented by: Tymon Sloczynski, Brandeis University
 
Session ID 278: Econometrics: Adventures in Synthetic Controls
 
Session Chair: Kaspar Wuthrich, UC San Diego
Session type: contributed
 

1. Prediction Intervals for Synthetic Control Methods
By Matias Cattaneo; Princeton University
Yingjie Feng; Princeton University
Rocio Titiunik; Princeton University
   presented by: Yingjie Feng, Princeton University
 

2. Synthetic Controls and Weighted Event Studies with Staggered Adoption
By Eli Ben-Michael; U.C. Berkeley
Avi Feller; UC Berkeley
Jesse Rothstein; University of California Berkeley
   presented by: Eli Ben-Michael, U.C. Berkeley
 

3. The Degrees of Freedom of the Synthetic Control Method
By Guillaume Pouliot; University of Chicago
Zhen Xie; University of Chicago
   presented by: Zhen Xie, University of Chicago
 

4. Practical and robust t-test based inference for synthetic control and related methods
By Victor Chernozhukov; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kaspar Wuthrich; UC San Diego
Yinchu Zhu; University of Oregon
   presented by: Kaspar Wuthrich, UC San Diego
 
Session ID 279: Econometrics: Advances in Semiparametric Inference 1
 
Session Chair: Tiemen Woutersen, University of Arizona
Session type: contributed
 

1. Nonparametric Maximum Likelihood Methods for Binary Response Models with Random Coefficients
By Jiaying Gu; University of Toronto
Roger Koenker; UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
   presented by: Jiaying Gu, University of Toronto
 

2. Approximated estimation of moment condition models combining advantages of continuous updating, exponential tilting and empirical likelihood
By Fei Jin; Fudan University
Yuqin Wang; Shanghai U of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Fei Jin, Fudan University
 

3. Finite Sample Inference for the Maximum Score Estimand
By Adam Rosen; Duke University
Takuya Ura; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Adam Rosen, Duke University
 

4. Increasing the Power of Moment-based Tests
By Tiemen Woutersen; University of Arizona
   presented by: Tiemen Woutersen, University of Arizona
 
Session ID 280: Econometrics: Advances in Semiparametric Inference 2
 
Session Chair: Seojeong Lee, University of New South Wales
Session type: contributed
 

1. Approximation Bounds for Conditional Expectation and Nonparametric Regression : Theory and Inference
By Masaya Takano; McGill University
Jean-Marie Dufour; McGill University
   presented by: Masaya Takano, McGill University
 

2. Identification and Estimation of Weakly Separable Models Without Monotonicity
By Songnian Chen; HKUST
Shakeeb Khan; Boston College
Xun Tang; Rice University
   presented by: Shakeeb Khan, Boston College
 

3. Data-Driven Resistant Robust Regression
By Jianhua Zhou; University of Miami
   presented by: Jianhua Zhou, University of Miami
 

4. A Doubly Corrected Robust Variance Estimator for Linear GMM
By Jungbin Hwang; University of Connecticut
Byunghoon Kang; Lancaster University
Seojeong Lee; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Seojeong Lee, University of New South Wales
 
Session ID 281: Econometrics of Games
 
Session Chair: Jason Blevins, The Ohio State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Robust Likelihood Ratio Tests for Incomplete Economic Models
By Hiroaki Kaido; Boston University
YI ZHANG; Jinan University
   presented by: Hiroaki Kaido, Boston University
 

2. Dynamic Foundations for Empirical Static Games
By Niccolo Lomys; Toulouse School of Economics
Lorenzo Magnolfi; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Camilla Roncoroni; University of Warwick
   presented by: Lorenzo Magnolfi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

3. Nonparametric Identification of Bayesian Games under Exclusion Restrictions
By Tong Li; Vanderbilt University
Jun Zhang; University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Jun Zhao; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Jun Zhao, Vanderbilt University
 

4. Efficient and Convergent Sequential Pseudo-Likelihood Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Games
By Adam Dearing; The Ohio State University
Jason Blevins; The Ohio State University
   presented by: Jason Blevins, The Ohio State University
 
Session ID 282: Econometrics of Discrete Choice Models
 
Session Chair: Levon Barseghyan, Cornell University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Identifying Present-Biased Discount Functions in Dynamic Discrete Choice Models
By Jaap Abbring; Tilburg University
Oeystein Daljord; University of Chicago
Fedor Iskhakov; Australian National University
   presented by: Jaap Abbring, Tilburg University
 

2. The Empirical Content of Binary Choice Models
By Debopam Bhattacharya; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Debopam Bhattacharya, University of Cambridge
 

3. Identification and inference in discrete choice models with imperfect information
By Cristina Gualdani; Toulouse School of Economics
Shruti Sinha; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Cristina Gualdani, Toulouse School of Economics
 

4. Discrete Choice under Risk with Limited Consideration
By Levon Barseghyan; Cornell University
Francesca Molinari; Cornell
Matthew Thirkettle; Cornell University
   presented by: Levon Barseghyan, Cornell University
 
Session ID 283: Econometrics of Preferences and Expectations
 
Session Chair: Christopher Dobronyi, University of Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

1. Rationalizing Rational Expectations? Tests and Deviations
By Xavier d'Haultfoeuille; CREST
Christophe Gaillac; CREST
Arnaud Maurel; Duke University
   presented by: Christophe Gaillac, CREST
 

2. Are Economists' Preferences Psychologists' Personality Traits? A structural Response
By Tomas Jagelka; University of Bonn
   presented by: Tomas Jagelka, University of Bonn
 

3. Identification of Random Coefficient Latent Utility Models
By Roy Allen; University of Western Ontario
John Rehbeck; Ohio State University
   presented by: Roy Allen, University of Western Ontario
 

4. Stochastic Revealed Preference: A Non-Parametric Approach
By Christopher Dobronyi; University of Toronto
Christian Gourieroux; University of Toronto
   presented by: Christopher Dobronyi, University of Toronto
 
Session ID 284: Econometrics of Structural Models 1
 
Session Chair: Sorawoot Srisuma, University of Surrey
Session type: contributed
 

1. "Semi-parametric instrument-free demand estimation: relaxing optimality and equilibrium assumptions"
By John Rust; Georgetown University
Sung-Jin Cho; Seoul National University
   presented by: Sung-Jin Cho, Seoul National University
 

2. Identification and Estimation in Many-to-One Two-Sided Matching without Transfers
By Yinghua He; Rice University
Shruti Sinha; Toulouse School of Economics
Xiaoting Sun; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Shruti Sinha, Toulouse School of Economics
 

3. Identification and Estimation of a Search Model: A Procurement Auction Approach
By Mateusz Mysliwski; University College London
Fabio Sanches; Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Daniel Silva Junior; City, University of London
Sorawoot Srisuma; University of Surrey
   presented by: Sorawoot Srisuma, University of Surrey
 
Session ID 285: Econometrics of Structural Models 2
 
Session Chair: Federico Bugni, Duke University
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Effects of the Timing of Childbirth on Female Labour Supply: An Analysis using the Sequential Matching Approach
By Kazuaki Okamura; Hiroshima Shudo University
Nizamul Islam; LISER
   presented by: Kazuaki Okamura, Hiroshima Shudo University
 

2. Identification of Auction Models Using Order Statistics
By Yao Luo; University of Toronto
Ruli Xiao; Indiana University
   presented by: Ruli Xiao, Indiana University
 

3. A Discrete Choice Model for Partially Ordered Alternatives
By Eleni Aristodemou; University of Amsterdam
Adam Rosen; Duke University
   presented by: Eleni Aristodemou, University of Amsterdam
 

4. On the iterated estimation of dynamic discrete choice games
By Federico Bugni; Duke University
Jackson Bunting; Duke University
   presented by: Federico Bugni, Duke University
 
Session ID 286: Econometrics of Policy Analysis 1
 
Session Chair: Ivan Canay, Northwestern University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimation of Optimal Dynamic Treatment Assignment Rules under Intertemporal Budget Constraints
By Shosei Sakaguchi; University College London
   presented by: Shosei Sakaguchi, University College London
 

2. Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes and Partial Welfare Ordering
By Sukjin Han; University of Texas Austin
   presented by: Sukjin Han, University of Texas Austin
 

3. Estimation and Inference for Policy Relevant Treatment Effects
By Yuya Sasaki; Vanderbilt University
Takuya Ura; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Takuya Ura, University of California, Davis
 

4. Testing for Discrimination in Decision Making: A Cautionary Tale
By Ivan Canay; Northwestern University
Magne Mogstad; University of Chicago
Jack Mountjoy; University of Chicago
   presented by: Ivan Canay, Northwestern University
 
Session ID 287: Econometrics of Policy Analysis 2
 
Session Chair: Undral Byambadalai, Boston University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Dynamically optimal treatment allocation using Reinforcement Learning
By Karun Adusumilli; University of Pennsylvania
Friedrich Geiecke; LSE
Claudio Schilter; LSE
   presented by: Karun Adusumilli, University of Pennsylvania
 

2. Resource Allocation in Multi-divisional Multi-product Firms
By Binlei Gong; Zhejiang University
Robin Sickles; Rice University
   presented by: Binlei Gong, Zhejiang University
 

3. Identification and Inference for Welfare Gains without Unconfoundedness
By Undral Byambadalai; Boston University
   presented by: Undral Byambadalai, Boston University
 
Session ID 288: Econometrics of Policy Analysis 3
 
Session Chair: Maximilian Kasy, Oxford University
Session type: contributed
 

1. On Policy Evaluation with Aggregate Time-Series Shocks
By Dmitry Arkhangelsky; CEMFI
Vasily Korovkin; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Vasily Korovkin, CERGE-EI
 

2. Statistical Inference for Treatment Assignment Policies
By Yoshiyasu Rai; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Yoshiyasu Rai, University of Mannheim
 

3. Adaptive treatment assignment in experiments for policy choice
By Maximilian Kasy; Oxford University
Anja Sautmann; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Maximilian Kasy, Oxford University
 

4. Loss aversion and the welfare analysis of social policy
By Sergio Firpo; Insper
Antonio Galvao; University of Arizona
Martyna Kobus; Warsaw University
Thomas Parker; University of Waterloo
Pedro Rosa Dias; Imperial College Business School
   presented by: Sergio Firpo, Insper
 
Session ID 289: Econometrics of Policy Analysis 4
 
Session Chair: Masayuki Sawada, Hitotsubashi University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimating the Welfare Effects of School Vouchers
By Vishal Kamat
   presented by: Vishal Kamat, Toulouse School of Economics
 

2. Prices, Profits, and Production: Identification and Counterfactuals
By Victor Aguiar; The University of Western Ontario
Roy Allen; University of Western Ontario
Nail Kashaev; University of Western Ontario
   presented by: Nail Kashaev, University of Western Ontario
 

3. Hours worked and the U.S. distribution of real annual earnings 1976-2016
By Aico van Vuuren; University of Gothenburg
Francis Vella; Georgetown University
   presented by: Aico van Vuuren, University of Gothenburg
 

4. Targeted Meta-analysis
By Toru Kitagawa; University College London
Masayuki Sawada; Hitotsubashi University
   presented by: Masayuki Sawada, Hitotsubashi University
 
Session ID 290: Econometrics: Factor Models 1
 
Session Chair: Simon Freyaldenhoven, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Session type: contributed
 

1. Informational Content of Factor Structures in Simultaneous Binary Response Models
By Shakeeb Khan; Boston College
Arnaud Maurel; Duke University
Yichong Zhang; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Yichong Zhang, Singapore Management University
 

2. Transformed Estimation for Panel Interactive Effects Models
By Cheng Hsiao; University of Southern California
Zhentao Shi; The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Qiankun Zhou; Louisiana State University
   presented by: Qiankun Zhou, Louisiana State University
 

3. Canonical Correlation-based Model Selection for the Multilevel Factors
By In Choi; Sogang University
Rui Lin; University of York
Yongcheol Shin; Univ of York
   presented by: Yongcheol Shin, Univ of York
 

4. Identification through Sparsity in Factor Models
By Simon Freyaldenhoven; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Simon Freyaldenhoven, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 
Session ID 291: Econometrics: Factor Models 2
 
Session Chair: Jie Wei, Huazhong University of Science and Techn
Session type: contributed
 

1. Quasi Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Inference of Large Approximate Dynamic Factor Models via the EM algorithm
By Matteo Barigozzi; Universit\`a di Bologna
Matteo Luciani; Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Wash
   presented by: Matteo Barigozzi, University of Bologna
 

2. Estimation of Weak Factor Models
By Takashi Yamagata; University of York & Osaka University
   presented by: Takashi Yamagata, University of York & Osaka University
 

3. The multivariate simultaneous unobserved components model and identification via heteroskedasticity
By Ivan Mendieta-Munoz; University of Utah
   presented by: Ivan Mendieta-Munoz, University of Utah
 

4. A Time-Varying Diffusion Index Forecasting Model
By Jie Wei; Huazhong University of Science and Techn
Yonghui Zhang; Renmin University of China
   presented by: Jie Wei, Huazhong University of Science and Techn
 
Session ID 292: Econometrics: Factor Models 3
 
Session Chair: Mirco Rubin, EDHEC Business School
Session type: contributed
 

1. Factor-Driven Two-Regime Regression
By Sokbae (Simon) Lee; Columbia University
Yuan Liao; Rutgers University
Myung Hwan Seo; Seoul National University
Youngki Shin; McMaster University
   presented by: Youngki Shin, McMaster University
 

2. Contagion and Latent Factors in Large Dynamic Systems
By Federico Carlini; Luiss "Guido Carli" University
Patrick Gagliardini; Università della Svizzera italiana
   presented by: Federico Carlini, Luiss "Guido Carli" University
 

3. Inference in Weak Factor Models
By Yoshimasa Uematsu; Tohoku University
   presented by: Yoshimasa Uematsu, Tohoku University
 

4. Measuring Systematic Correlation with Approximate Threshold Group-Factor Models
By Daniele Massacci; King's Business School
Mirco Rubin; EDHEC Busienss School
Dario Ruzzi; Bank of Italy
   presented by: Mirco Rubin, EDHEC Business School
 
Session ID 293: Econometrics of Panels and Time Series in High Dimensions 1
 
Session Chair: Eric Gautier, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimation and HAC-based Inference for Machine Learning Time Series Regressions
By Andrii Babii; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Eric Ghysels; UNC
Jonas Striaukas; Universite catholique de Louvain
   presented by: Andrii Babii, University of North Carolina at Chapel H
 

2. Granger Causality Testing in High-Dimensional VARs: a Post-Double-Selection Procedure
By Alain Hecq; Maastricht University
Luca Margaritella; Maastricht University
Stephan Smeekes; Maastricht University
   presented by: Luca Margaritella, Maastricht University
 

3. Nonparametric Estimation of the Random Coefficients Model: An Elastic Net Approach
By Florian Heiss; University of Dusseldorf
Stephan Hetzenecker; University of Duisburg-Essen
Maximilian Osterhaus; University of Duesseldorf
   presented by: Stephan Hetzenecker, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

4. Square-root nuclear norm penalized estimator for panel data models with approximately low-rank unobserved heterogeneity
By Eric Gautier; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Eric Gautier, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session ID 294: Econometrics of Panels and Time Series in High Dimensions 2
 
Session Chair: Morten Nielsen, Queen's University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Out-of-Sample Forecasting of Foreign Exchange Rates: The Band Spectral Regression and LASSO
By Tatsuma Wada; Keio University
   presented by: Tatsuma Wada, Keio University
 

2. Estimating Sparse Long-Run Precision Matrices of Multivariate Time Series
By Mario Philipp Rothfelder; Tilburg University
   presented by: Mario Philipp Rothfelder, Tilburg University
 

3. Time-varying Forecast Combination for High Dimensional Data
By Bin Chen; University of Rochester
   presented by: Bin Chen, University of Rochester
 

4. Inference on the dimension of the nonstationary subspace in functional time series
By Morten Nielsen; Queen's University
Won-Ki Seo; Queen's university
Dakyung Seong; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Morten Nielsen, Queen's University
 
Session ID 295: Econometrics of Panels and Time Series in High Dimensions 3
 
Session Chair: Stanislav Anatolyev, CERGE-EI and New Economic School
Session type: contributed
 

1. Nonparametric multi-dimensional fixed effects panel data models
By Daniel Henderson; University of Alabama
Juan Manuel Rodriguez-Poo; Universidad de Cantabria
Alexandra Soberon; Universidad de Cantabria. CIF: ES Q3918001-C
   presented by: Alexandra Soberon, Universidad de Cantabria. CIF: ES Q3918001-C
 

2. An Automated Approach Towards Sparse Single-Equation Cointegration Modelling
By Stephan Smeekes; Maastricht University
Etienne Wijler; Maastricht University
   presented by: Stephan Smeekes, Maastricht University
 

3. Empirical Asset Pricing with Many Assets and Short Time Series
By Rasmus Lönn; Erasmus School of Economics - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Peter Schotman; Maastricht University
   presented by: Peter Schotman, Maastricht University
 

4. Shrinkage for Elliptical Copulas in Ultra-High Dimensions
By Stanislav Anatolyev; CERGE-EI and New Economic School
Vladimir Pyrlik; National Research University Higher Scjool of Economics
   presented by: Stanislav Anatolyev, CERGE-EI and New Economic School
 
Session ID 296: Econometrics of Panel Data 1
 
Session Chair: Pavel Cizek, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Two-Step Semiparametric Estimation of Correlated Random Coefficient Models
By Samuele Centorrino; Stony Brook University
Aman Ullah; University of California, Riverside
   presented by: Samuele Centorrino, Stony Brook University
 

2. The role of information unbiasedness in panel data likelihoods
By Martin Schumann; Maastricht University
Thomas A. Severini; Northwestern University, Department of Statistics
Gautam Tripathi; University of Luxembourg
   presented by: Martin Schumann, Maastricht University
 

3. Identi…cation robust inference for moments based analysis of linear dynamic panel data models
By Maurice Bun; De Nederlandsche Bank
Frank Kleibergen; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Maurice Bun, De Nederlandsche Bank
 

4. Nonseparable panel models with index structure and correlated random effects
By Pavel Cizek; Tilburg University
Serhan Sadikoglu; Tilburg University
   presented by: Pavel Cizek, Tilburg University
 
Session ID 297: Econometrics of Panel Data 2
 
Session Chair: Jesus Carro, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Session type: contributed
 

1. Nonparametric Identification and Estimation of Panel Quantile Models with Sample Selection
By Sungwon Lee; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Sungwon Lee, National University of Singapore
 

2. Identification and Estimation of Group-Level Partial Effects
By Kenichi Nagasawa; University of Warwick
   presented by: Kenichi Nagasawa, University of Warwick
 

3. Modal Regression for Fixed Effects Panel Data
By Aman Ullah; University of California, Riverside
Tao Wang; University of California, Riverside
Weixin Yao; University of California, Riverside
   presented by: Tao Wang, University of California, Riverside
 

4. Identification of Average Marginal Effects in Fixed Effects Dynamic Discrete Choice Models
By Victor Aguirregabiria; University of Toronto
Jesus Carro; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Jesus Carro, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 
Session ID 298: Econometrics of Panel Data 3
 
Session Chair: Louise Laage, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Dynamic Panel Logit Models with Fixed Effects
By Bo Honoré; Princeton University
Martin Weidner; University College London
   presented by: Martin Weidner, University College London
 

2. Short T Dynamic Panel Data Models with Individual, Time and Interactive Effects
By Kazuhiko Hayakawa; Hiroshima University
Hashem Pesaran; University of Southern California
L. Vanessa Smith; University of York
   presented by: L. Vanessa Smith, University of York
 

3. Time-Varying Linear Transformation Models with Fixed Effects and Endogeneity for Short Panels
By Chris Muris; University of Bristol
Senay Sokullu; University of Bristol
   presented by: Senay Sokullu, University of Bristol
 

4. A Correlated Random Coefficient Panel Model with Time-Varying Endogeneity
By Louise Laage; Yale University
   presented by: Louise Laage, Yale University
 
Session ID 299: Econometrics of Panel Data: Clustering Done Right
 
Session Chair: Namhyun Kim, University of Exeter
Session type: contributed
 

1. Testing for the appropriate level of clustering in linear regression models
By James MacKinnon; Queen's University
Morten Nielsen; Queen's University
Matthew Webb; Carleton University
   presented by: James MacKinnon, Queen's University
 

2. Inference for Dependent Data with Cluster Learning
By Jianfei Cao; University of Chicago
Christian Hansen; University of Chicago
Damian Kozbur; University of Zurich
Lucciano Villacorta; Central Bank of Chile
   presented by: Jianfei Cao, University of Chicago
 

3. High-dimensional Central Limit Theorem and Bootstrap for Multiway Cluster Sampling
By Harold Chiang; Vanderbilt University
Kengo Kato; Cornell University
Yuya Sasaki; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Harold Chiang, Vanderbilt University
 

4. A varying coefficient panel data model with random individual effect and time-varying spatial errors
By Namhyun Kim; University of Exeter
   presented by: Namhyun Kim, University of Exeter
 
Session ID 300: Econometrics of Asset Pricing 1
 
Session Chair: Olivier Scaillet, University of Geneva
Session type: contributed
 

1. Empirical Asset Pricing in a DSGE Framework: Reconciling Calibration and Econometrics using Partial Indirect Inference
By Joachim Grammig; University of Tuebingen
Julie Schnaitmann; University of Konstanz
Dalia Elshiaty; University of Tuebingen
   presented by: Julie Schnaitmann, University of Konstanz
 

2. Econ & Metrics: Theory-based vs. machine learning-implied stock risk premia
By Joachim Grammig; University of Tuebingen
Constantin Hanenberg; University of Tubingen
Christian Schlag; Goethe University Frankfurt
Jantje Sönksen; University of Tübingen
   presented by: Jantje Sönksen, University of Tübingen
 

3. Robust Inference on Risk Premia in the Beta Representation of Expected Returns
By Frank Kleibergen; University of Amsterdam
Zhaoguo Zhan; Kennesaw State University
   presented by: Frank Kleibergen, University of Amsterdam
 

4. Factors and Risk Premia in Individual International Stock Returns∗
By Ines Chaieb; University of Geneva and SFI
Hugues Langlois; HEC Paris
Olivier Scaillet; University of Geneva
   presented by: Olivier Scaillet, University of Geneva
 
Session ID 301: Econometrics of Asset Pricing 2
 
Session Chair: Viktor Todorov, Northwestern University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Price discovery and market microstructure noise
By Gustavo Fruet Dias; University of East Anglia
Marcelo Fernandes; Fundacao Getulio Vargas
Cristina Scherrer; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Gustavo Fruet Dias, University of East Anglia
 

2. Sharpe ratio in high dimensions:cases of maximum out-of-sample, constrained maximum, and optimal portfolio choice
By Mehmet Caner; North Carolina State University
Marcelo Medeiros; PUC-Rio
Gabriel Vasconcelos; PUC-Rio
   presented by: Mehmet Caner, North Carolina University
 

3. Spatial Dependence in Option Observation Errors
By Torben Andersen; Kellogg School
Nicola Fusari; Johns Hopkins University
Viktor Todorov; Northwestern University
Rasmus Varneskov; Copenhagen Business School
   presented by: Torben Andersen, Kellogg School
 

4. Cross-Sectional Dispersion of Risk in Trading Time
By Torben Andersen; Kellogg School
Martin Thyrsgaard; Northwestern University
Viktor Todorov; Northwestern University
   presented by: Viktor Todorov, Northwestern University
 
Session ID 302: Econometrics of Yield Curves
 
Session Chair: CISIL SARISOY, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Session type: contributed
 

1. Long Run Impact of Macro News on Treasury Bond Yields
By Bruno Feunou; Bank of Canada
Jean-Sebastien Fontaine; Bank of Canada
Guillaume Roussellet; McGill University
   presented by: Guillaume Roussellet, McGill University
 

2. Correcting Estimation Bias in Regime Switching Dynamic Term Structure Models
By Sungjun Cho; University of Manchester
Liu Liu; University of Nottingham Ningbo China
   presented by: Liu Liu, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
 

3. Reach for Yield by U.S. Public Pension Funds
By Lina Lu; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Matthew Pritsker; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Andrei Zlate; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
   presented by: Andrei Zlate, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

4. Variance Dynamics in Term Structure Models
By CISIL SARISOY; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
   presented by: CISIL SARISOY, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
 
Session ID 303: Econometrics of Extreme and Tail Events 1
 
Session Chair: Dario Palumbo, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Session type: contributed
 

1. Testing the existence of moments for GARCH processes
By Christian Francq; CREST
Jean-Michel Zakoian; CREST
   presented by: Jean-Michel Zakoian, CREST
 

2. Efficiently Weighted Estimation of Tail and Interquantile Expectations
By Sander Barendse; Oxford University
   presented by: Sander Barendse, Oxford University
 

3. Decomposing time variation in tail index estimates
By Murat Ergun; LSE
Casper de Vries; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Milian Bachem
   presented by: Murat Ergun, LSE
 

4. Testing and Modelling Time Series with Time Varying Tails
By Dario Palumbo; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
   presented by: Dario Palumbo, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
 
Session ID 304: Econometrics of Extreme and Tail Events 2
 
Session Chair: Nour Meddahi, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Semiparametric Modeling of Multiple Quantiles
By Leopoldo Catania; Aarhus BSS
Alessandra Luati; University of Bologna
   presented by: Alessandra Luati, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna
 

2. Tail Risk, Almost Stochastic Dominance, and Index Option Anomalies
By Michal Czerwonko; Concordia University
Russell Davidson; McGill University
Stylianos Perrakis; Concordia University
   presented by: Russell Davidson, McGill University
 

3. Forecasting Extreme Financial Risk: A Score-driven Approach
By Adam Clements; Queensland University of Technology
Rodrigo Herrera; Universidad de Talca
   presented by: Rodrigo Herrera, Universidad de Talca
 

4. Volatility Regressions with Fat Tails
By Jihyun Kim; Toulouse School of Economics
Nour Meddahi; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Nour Meddahi, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session ID 305: Econometrics: Adventures in Time Series Theory
 
Session Chair: Dante Amengual, CEMFI
Session type: contributed
 

1. INFERENCE UNDER RANDOM LIMIT BOOTSTRAP MEASURES
By Giuseppe Cavaliere; University of Bologna
Iliyan Georgiev; University of Bologna
   presented by: Giuseppe Cavaliere, University of Bologna
 

2. Bootstrapping Non-Stationary Stochastic Volatility
By Peter Boswijk; University of Amsterdam
Giuseppe Cavaliere; University of Bologna
Iliyan Georgiev; University of Bologna
Anders Rahbek; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Peter Boswijk, University of Amsterdam
 

3. The Empirical Saddlepoint Estimator
By Benjamin Holcblat; University of Luxembourg
Fallaw Sowell; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Benjamin Holcblat, University of Luxembourg
 

4. Hypothesis tests with a repeatedly singular information matrix
By Dante Amengual; CEMFI
Xinyue Bei
Enrique Sentana; CEMFI
   presented by: Dante Amengual, CEMFI
 
Session ID 306: Econometrics of Volatility and Risk 1
 
Session Chair: Caterina Schiavoni, Maastricht University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Modelling Volatility Cycles: the (MF)^2 GARCH model
By Christian Conrad; University of Heidelberg
Robert Engle; NYU Stern
   presented by: Christian Conrad, University of Heidelberg
 

2. Volatility Measurement with Pockets of Extreme Return Persistence
By Torben Andersen; Kellogg School, Northwestern University
Yingying Li; Hong Kong University of Science and Tech
Viktor Todorov; Northwestern University
Bo Zhou; Durham University Business School
   presented by: Bo Zhou, Durham University Business School
 

3. Cross-sectional Dependence in Idiosyncratic Volatility
By Ilze Kalnina; North Carolina State University
Kokouvi Tewou; Concordia University
   presented by: Ilze Kalnina, North Carolina State University
 

4. Estimation of time-varying state correlation in state space models
By Caterina Schiavoni; Maastricht University
Siem Jan Koopman; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Franz Palm; Maastricht University
Stephan Smeekes; Maastricht University
Jan van den Brakel; Statistics Netherlands
   presented by: Caterina Schiavoni, Maastricht University
 
Session ID 307: Econometrics of Volatility and Risk 2
 
Session Chair: Philipp Ketz, Paris School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Jump Contagion among Stock Market Indices: Evidence from Option Markets
By Peter Boswijk; University of Amsterdam
Roger Laeven; University of Amsterdam
Andrei Lalu; University of Amsterdam
Evgenii Vladimirov; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Evgenii Vladimirov, University of Amsterdam
 

2. A dynamic conditional score model for the log correlation matrix
By Christian Hafner; Université Catholique de Louvain
Linqi Wang; Université Catholique de Louvain
   presented by: Linqi Wang, Université Catholique de Louvain
 

3. Measuring Financial Market Interdependence: the Median Response to VaR Shocks
By Fabrizio Cipollini; Universita' degli Studi di Firenze
Giampiero Gallo; Italian Court of Audits
Andrea Ugolini; Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
   presented by: Andrea Ugolini, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
 

4. Subvector inference in GARCH-X type models
By Philipp Ketz; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Philipp Ketz, Paris School of Economics
 
Session ID 308: Econometrics of Volatility and Risk 3
 
Session Chair: Ophélie Couperier, CREST - ENSAE
Session type: contributed
 

1. A weighted sieve estimator for nonparametric time series models with nonstationary variables
By Chaohua Dong; Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
Oliver Linton; University of Cambridge
Bin Peng; Deakin University
   presented by: Chaohua Dong, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
 

2. Backtesting Marginal Expected Shortfall and Related Systemic Risk Measures
By Georgiana Denisa Banulescu-Radu; University of Orléans
Christophe Hurlin; University of Orléans
Jérémy Leymarie; University of Orléans
Olivier Scaillet; University of Geneva
   presented by: Jérémy Leymarie, University of Orléans
 

3. What’s Mine is Yours: Sovereign Risk Transmission during the European Debt Crisis
By Matthew Greenwood-Nimmo; University of Melbourne
Viet Nguyen; University of Melbourne
Yongcheol Shin; Univ of York
   presented by: Matthew Greenwood-Nimmo, University of Melbourne
 

4. Comparing and Evaluating Systemic Risk Models
By Sylvain Benoit; Université Paris-Dauphine
Ophélie Couperier; CREST - ENSAE
Jérémy Leymarie; University of Vienna
Olivier Scaillet; University of Geneva
   presented by: Ophélie Couperier, CREST - ENSAE
 
Session ID 309: Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 1
 
Session Chair: Timothy Christensen, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Selection of an Optimal Rolling Window in Time-varying Predictive Regression
By Yongmiao Hong; Cornell University
Yuying Sun; Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Shouyang Wang; Chinese Academy of Sciences
   presented by: Yuying Sun, Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 

2. Long-Horizon Stock Valuation and Return Forecasts Conditional on Demographic Projections
By Chaoyi Chen; University of Guelph
Nikolay Gospodinov; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Alex Maynard; University of Guelph
Elena Pesavento; Emory University
   presented by: Alex Maynard, University of Guelph
 

3. What to do with negative weights when combining forecasts?
By Andrey Vasnev; University of Sydney
Wendun Wang; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Andrey Vasnev, University of Sydney
 

4. Robust Forecasting under Partial Identification and Misspecification
By Timothy Christensen; New York University
Hyungsik Roger Moon; University of Southern California
Frank Schorfheide; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Timothy Christensen, New York University
 
Session ID 310: Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 2
 
Session Chair: Valerio Poti, University College Dublin
Session type: contributed
 

1. Model averaging of integer-valued autoregressive model with covariates
By Brendan McCabe; University of Liverpool
Jiajing Sun; University of ChineseAcademy of Sciences
Yuying Sun; Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xinyu Zhang; Chinese Academy of Sciences
   presented by: Jiajing Sun, University of ChineseAcademy of Sciences
 

2. Testing Forecast Rationality for Measures of Central Tendency
By Timo Dimitriadis; Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, University of Hohenheim
Andrew Patton; Duke University
Patrick Schmidt; HITS
   presented by: Timo Dimitriadis, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, University of Hohenheim
 

3. Nonparametric Tests for Superior Predictive Ability
By Stelios Arvanitis; AUEB
Selcuk Karabati; Koc University
Thierry Post; Nazarbayev University
Valerio Poti; University College Dublin
   presented by: Valerio Poti, University College Dublin
 
Session ID 311: Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 3
 
Session Chair: Jihyun Kim, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Evaluation of Probabilistic Forecasts: Conditional Auto-calibration
By Alexander Tsyplakov; Novosibirsk State University
   presented by: Alexander Tsyplakov, Novosibirsk State University
 

2. Bootstrap based probability forecasting in multiplicative error models
By Indeewara Perera; University of Sheffield
Mervyn J. Silvapulle; Monash University
   presented by: Indeewara Perera, University of Sheffield
 

3. A ReMeDI for Microstructure Noise
By Z. Merrick Li; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Z. Merrick Li, University of Cambridge
 

4. Forecast comparison tests under fat-tails
By Jihyun Kim; Toulouse School of Economics
Nour Meddahi; Toulouse School of Economics
Mamiko Yamashita; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Jihyun Kim, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session ID 312: Econometrics of Forecasting and Predictability 4
 
Session Chair: Weilun Zhou, University of Cambridge
Session type: contributed
 

1. New robust inference for predictive regressions
By Rustam Ibragimov; Imperial College London
Jihyun Kim; Toulouse School of Economics
Anton Skrobotov; Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and SPBU
   presented by: Anton Skrobotov, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
 

2. Model Averaging for Asymptotically Optimal Combined Forecasts
By Yi-Ting Chen; Academia Sinica
Chu-An Liu; Academia Sinica
   presented by: Chu-An Liu, Academia Sinica
 

3. Semiparametric Single–index Predictive Regression
By Jiti Gao; Monash University
David Harris; University of Melbourne
Hsein Kew; Monash University
Weilun Zhou; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Weilun Zhou, University of Cambridge
 
Session ID 313: Econometrics of Time Series: More or Less Robust than You Think?
 
Session Chair: Mikkel Plagborg-Moller, Princeton University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Long-Run Predictability Tests Are Even Worse Than You Thought
By Erik Hjalmarsson; University of Gothenburg
   presented by: Erik Hjalmarsson, University of Gothenburg
 

2. Robustness and the general dynamic factor model with in nite-dimensional space: identi cation, estimation, and forecasting
By Carlos Trucíos; São Paulo School of Economics - FGV. Brazil
João Mazzeu; University of Campina
Luiz K. Hotta; University of Campinas
Pedro Valls Pereira; Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
Marc Hallin; ECARES
   presented by: Pedro Valls Pereira, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
 

3. New Approaches to Robust Inference on Market (Non-)Efficiency, Volatility Clustering and Nonlinear Dependence
By Rustam Ibragimov; Imperial College London
Rasmus Pedersen; University of Copenhagen
Anton Skrobotov; Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration and SPBU
   presented by: Rustam Ibragimov, Imperial College London
 

4. Local Projection Inference is Simpler and More Robust Than You Think
By Jose Luis Montiel Olea; Columbia University
Mikkel Plagborg-Moller; Princeton University
   presented by: Mikkel Plagborg-Moller, Princeton University
 
Session ID 314: Econometrics: Adventures in Nonstationary Time Series
 
Session Chair: Robert de Jong, Ohio State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Trigonometric Trend Regressions of Unknown Frequencies with Stationary or Integrated Noise
By Pierre Perron; Boston University
Mototsugu Shintani; University of Tokyo
Tomoyoshi Yabu; Keio University
   presented by: Mototsugu Shintani, University of Tokyo
 

2. The Cointegrated VAR without Unit Roots
By James Duffy; University of Oxford
   presented by: James Duffy, University of Oxford
 

3. Generalized Local-to-Unity Models
By Liyu Dou; The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Ulrich Mueller; Princeton University
   presented by: Ulrich Mueller, Princeton University
 

4. Anxious unit root processes
By Robert de Jong; Ohio State University
   presented by: Robert de Jong, Ohio State University
 
Session ID 315: Econometrics of Breaks and Trends in Time Series
 
Session Chair: Tobias Hartl, University of Regensburg
Session type: contributed
 

1. Estimation of panel group structure models with structural breaks in group memberships and coefficients
By Robin Lumsdaine; Kogod School of Business, American University
Ryo Okui; SNU
Wendun Wang; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Ryo Okui, Seoul National University
 

2. Change Point Estimation in Panel Data with Time-Varying Individual Effects
By Otilia Boldea; Tilburg University
Bettina Drepper; Auxmoney Gmbh
Zhuojiong Gan; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Otilia Boldea, Tilburg University
 

3. Structural stability of infinite-order regression
By Abhimanyu Gupta; University of Essex
Myung Hwan Seo; Seoul National University
   presented by: Abhimanyu Gupta, University of Essex
 

4. Fractional trends in unobserved components models
By Tobias Hartl; University of Regensburg
Rolf Tschernig; Universität Regensburg
Enzo Weber; University of Regensburg
   presented by: Tobias Hartl, University of Regensburg
 
Session ID 316: Risk Sharing and Insurance Markets
 
Session Chair: Vitor Farinha, University of British Columbia
Session type: contributed
 

1. Coalition-Proof Risk Sharing Under Frictions
By Harold Cole; University of Pennsylvania
Dirk Krueger; University of Pennsylvania
George Mailath; University of Pennsylvania
Yena Park; University of Rochester
   presented by: George Mailath, University of Pennsylvania
 

2. Formal and Informal Risk-Sharing under Altruistic Preferences
By Roberto Zeitounlian Sarkisian; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Roberto Zeitounlian Sarkisian, Toulouse School of Economics
 

3. Risk Classification in Insurance Markets with Risk and Preference Heterogeneity
By Vitor Farinha; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Vitor Farinha, University of British Columbia
 
Session ID 317: Strategic Experimentation I
 
Session Chair: Julia Salmi, University College London
Session type: contributed
 

1. Experimentation and Entry with Common Values
By Francis Bloch; Universite Paris I
Simona Fabrizi; University of Auckland
Steffen Lippert; University of Auckland
   presented by: Francis Bloch, Universite Paris I
 

2. On Risk and Time Pressure: When to Think and When to Do
By Johannes Schneider; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Christoph Wolf; Bocconi University
   presented by: Christoph Wolf, Bocconi University
 

3. Searching for Options to Explore
By Daniel Fershtman; Tel Aviv University
Alessandro Pavan; Northwestern University
   presented by: Daniel Fershtman, Tel Aviv University
 

4. Gradual Learning from Incremental Actions
By Julia Salmi; University College London
Tuomas Laiho; University of Oslo
Pauli Murto; Aalto University
   presented by: Julia Salmi, University College London
 
Session ID 318: Strategic Experimentation II
 
Session Chair: Yiman Sun, Toulouse School of Economics
Session type: contributed
 

1. Control, Cost, and Confidence: Explaining Perseverance in the Face of Failure
By Inga Deimen; University of Arizona
Julia Wirtz; University of Bristol
   presented by: Julia Wirtz, University of Bristol
 

2. Experimentation, Learning, and Preemption
By Heidrun Hoppe-Wewetzer; Leibniz University of Hannover
Georgios Katsenos; University of Hannover
Emre Ozdenoren; London Business School
   presented by: Emre Ozdenoren, London Business School
 

3. Contracts that Reward Innovation: Delegated Experimentation with an Informed Principal
By Yiman Sun; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Yiman Sun, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session ID 319: R&D and Innovation
 
Session Chair: Samuel Haefner, University of St. Gallen
Session type: contributed
 

1. Learning by Selling, Knowledge Spillovers, and Patents
By Yves Gueron; Seoul National University
Jihong Lee; Seoul National University
   presented by: Jihong Lee, Seoul National University
 

2. Start-up acquisitions and innovation strategies
By Igor Letina; University of Bern
Armin Schmutzler; University of Zurich
Regina Seibel; University of Zurich
   presented by: Armin Schmutzler, University of Zurich
 

3. Startups and upstarts: Disadvantageous Information in R&D
By Yu Awaya; University of Rochester
Vijay Krishna; Penn State University
   presented by: Yu Awaya, University of Rochester
 

4. Angels in the Valley of Death: An R&D Race with Moral Hazard, Multiple Prizes, and Asymmetric Exit.
By Samuel Haefner; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Samuel Haefner, University of St. Gallen
 
Session ID 320: Two--Sided Markets
 
Session Chair: Berno Buechel, University of Fribourg
Session type: contributed
 

1. Migration between platforms
By Jacques Cremer; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Jacques Cremer, Toulouse School of Economics
 

2. Assignment Markets: Theory and Experiments
By Arthur Dolgopolov; George Mason University
Daniel Houser; George Mason University
Cesar Martinelli; George Mason University
Thomas Stratmann; George Mason University
   presented by: Cesar Martinelli, George Mason University
 

3. Two-Sided Markets: The Role of Technological Uncertainty
By Hamed Ghoddusi; Stevens Institute of Technology
Alexander Rodivilov; Stevens Institute of Technology
Baran Siyahhan; Institut Mines-Telecom Business School
   presented by: Alexander Rodivilov, Stevens Institute of Technology
 

4. Fixed Price Equilibria on Peer-to-Peer Platforms: Lessons from Time-Based Currencies
By Berno Buechel; University of Fribourg
Philemon Kraehenmann; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Berno Buechel, University of Fribourg
 
Session ID 321: Information Acquisition
 
Session Chair: Tsz-Ning Wong, University of Basel
Session type: contributed
 

1. Information Acquisition with Heterogeneous Valuations
By Rohit Rahi; London School of Economics
   presented by: Rohit Rahi, London School of Economics
 

2. Time preference and information acquisition
By Weijie Zhong; Stanford University
   presented by: Weijie Zhong, Stanford University
 

3. Canonical Equilibria in Games with Flexible Information Acquisition
By Alfonso Montes; Ecole Polytechnique
   presented by: Alfonso Montes, Ecole Polytechnique
 

4. Dynamic Expert Incentives in Teams
By Tsz-Ning Wong; University of Basel
Lily Ling Yang; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Tsz-Ning Wong, University of Basel
 
Session ID 322: Persuasion and Information Design I
 
Session Chair: Ina Taneva, University of Edinburgh
Session type: contributed
 

1. A Model of Competing Narratives
By Ran Spiegler; Tel Aviv University and University College London
   presented by: Ran Spiegler, Tel Aviv University and University College London
 

2. Comparative Profitability of Product Disclosure Statements
By Anastasia Burkovskaya; University of Sydney
Jian Li; Iowa State University
   presented by: Jian Li, Iowa State University
 

3. Persuading Statisticians
By Sanket Patil; Northwestern University
Yuval Salant; Northwestern University
   presented by: Sanket Patil, Northwestern University
 

4. Optimal Information Hierarchies
By Laurent Mathevet; NYU
Ina Taneva; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Ina Taneva, University of Edinburgh
 
Session ID 323: Persuasion and Information Design II
 
Session Chair: Tymofiy Mylovanov, University of Pittsburgh
Session type: contributed
 

1. Robust (Bayesian) Persuasion
By Alessandro Pavan; Northwestern University
   presented by: Alessandro Pavan, Northwestern University
 

2. Assortative Information Disclosure
By Anton Kolotilin; UNSW Sydney
Alexander Wolitzky; MIT
   presented by: Alexander Wolitzky, MIT
 

3. A simple proof of strong duality in the linear persuasion problem
By Deniz Dizdar; University of Montréal
Eugen Kovac; University of Duisburg-Essen
   presented by: Eugen Kovac, University of Duisburg-Essen
 

4. Censorship as optimal persuasion
By Anton Kolotilin; UNSW
Tymofiy Mylovanov; University of Pittsburgh
Andy Zapechelnyuk; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Tymofiy Mylovanov, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session ID 324: Persuasion and Information Design III
 
Session Chair: Denis Shishkin, UC San Diego
Session type: contributed
 

1. Persuasion with Limited Signal Spaces
By Eray Turkel; Stanford University
Yunus Aybas; Stanford University
   presented by: Eray Turkel, Stanford University
 

2. The Secret behind the Tortoise and the Hare: Information Design in Contests
By Alejandro Melo Ponce; Nazarbayev University
   presented by: Alejandro Melo Ponce, Nazarbayev University
 

3. Welfare optimal information structures in bilateral trade
By Christoph Schottmueller; University of Cologne
   presented by: Christoph Schottmueller, University of Cologne
 

4. Evidence Acquisition and Voluntary Disclosure
By Denis Shishkin; Princeton University
   presented by: Denis Shishkin, UC San Diego
 
Session ID 325: Persuasion and Information Design IV
 
Session Chair: Kevin He, Caltech and UPenn
Session type: contributed
 

1. Persuading Multiple Audiences: An Information Design Approach to Banking Regulation
By Nicolas Inostroza; University of Toronto - Rotman School of Management
   presented by: Nicolas Inostroza, University of Toronto - Rotman School of
 

2. Adversarial Information Design in Binary-Action Supermodular Games
By Stephen Morris; MIT
Daisuke Oyama; University of Tokyo
Satoru Takahashi; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Stephen Morris, MIT
 

3. global manipulation by local obfuscation
By Fei Li; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Yangbo Song; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Mofei Zhao
   presented by: Fei Li, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
 

4. Dynamic Information Design with Diminishing Sensitivity Over News
By Jetlir Duraj; Harvard University
Kevin He; Caltech and UPenn
   presented by: Kevin He, Caltech and UPenn
 
Session ID 326: Persuasion and Information Design V
 
Session Chair: Michiko Ogaku, Nagasaki University
Session type: contributed
 

1. When does diversification require decentralization?
By Ming Li; Concordia University
Hitoshi Sadakane; Kyoto University
   presented by: Hitoshi Sadakane, Kyoto University
 

2. Dynamic Consistency in Ambiguous Persuasion
By Marieke Pahlke; Bielefeld University
   presented by: Marieke Pahlke, Bielefeld University
 

3. Recursive Information Design
By Christopher Sandmann; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Christopher Sandmann, Toulouse School of Economics
 

4. The Role of Information Design in Facilitating Trust and Trustworthiness
By Saori Chiba; Kyoto University
Michiko Ogaku; Nagasaki University
   presented by: Michiko Ogaku, Nagasaki University
 
Session ID 327: Search and Learning I
 
Session Chair: Benjamin Bachi, University of Haifa
Session type: contributed
 

1. Guiding Consumers through Lemons and Peaches:An Analysis of the Effects of Search Design Activities
By Pedro Gardete; Nova School of Business and Economics
Megan Antill; Stanford University
   presented by: Pedro Gardete, Nova School of Business and Economics
 

2. Dynamic Consumer Search
By Alexei Parakhonyak; University of Oxford
Andrew Rhodes; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Alexei Parakhonyak, University of Oxford
 

3. Simultaneous Search: Beyond Independent Successes
By Ran Shorrer; Penn State
   presented by: Ran Shorrer, Penn State
 

4. Searching Forever After
By Yair Antler; Tel Aviv University
Benjamin Bachi; University of Haifa
   presented by: Benjamin Bachi, University of Haifa
 
Session ID 328: Search and Learning II
 
Session Chair: J. Miguel Villas-Boas, University of California, Berkeley
Session type: contributed
 

1. Consumer Search and the Uncertainty Effect
By Heiko Karle; Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Heiner Schumacher; KU Leuven
   presented by: Heiko Karle, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gGmbH
 

2. Ordered Search with Boundedly Rational Consumers
By Mauro Papi; University of Aberdeen
   presented by: Mauro Papi, University of Aberdeen
 

3. Limited Time Offer as an Invitation to Search
By Zheng Gong; University of Toronto
Jin Huang; New York University Shanghai
   presented by: Zheng Gong, University of Toronto
 

4. A Dynamic Model of Optimal Retargeting
By J. Miguel Villas-Boas; University of California, Berkeley
Yunfei (Jesse) Yao; University of California, Berkeley
   presented by: J. Miguel Villas-Boas, University of California, Berkeley
 
Session ID 329: Search and Learning III
 
Session Chair: Kyle Chauvin, Harvard University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Why Less can be More: Choice Overload in a Sequential Searching Model
By Nima Jouchaghani
   presented by: Nima Jouchaghani,
 

2. Ambiguous State Dynamics, Learning, and Endogenous Long-Run Risk
By Hongseok Choi; City University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Hongseok Choi, City University of Hong Kong
 

3. Euclidean Properties of Bayesian Updating
By Kyle Chauvin; Harvard University
   presented by: Kyle Chauvin, Harvard University
 
Session ID 330: Search and Learning IV
 
Session Chair: Kalyan Chatterjee, The Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Dynamic Coordination with Informational Externalities
By Beixi Zhou; Boston University
   presented by: Beixi Zhou, Boston University
 

2. Coasian Dynamics and Learning
By Tuomas Laiho; University of Oslo
Julia Salmi; University College London
   presented by: Tuomas Laiho, University of Oslo
 

3. Learning with limited memory; Bayesianism vs. heuristics
By Kalyan Chatterjee; The Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Kalyan Chatterjee, The Pennsylvania State University
 
Session ID 331: Scoring, Screening, and Signalling I
 
Session Chair: Ian Ball, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Simple bets to elicit private signals
By Aurélien Baillon; Erasmus University Rotterdam
YAN XU; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Aurélien Baillon, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

2. Signaling with Private Monitoring
By Gonzalo Cisternas; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Gonzalo Cisternas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

3. Signaling Covertly Acquired Information
By Mehmet Ekmekci; Boston College
Nenad Kos; Bocconi University
   presented by: Nenad Kos, Bocconi University
 

4. Scoring Strategic Agents
By Ian Ball; Yale University
   presented by: Ian Ball, Yale University
 
Session ID 332: Scoring, Screening, and Signalling II
 
Session Chair: Carlos Segura-Rodriguez, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

1. Self-Reported Actions, Signaling, and Auditing
By Thomas Jungbauer; Cornell University
Michael Waldman; Cornell University
   presented by: Thomas Jungbauer, Cornell University
 

2. Intermediated Asymmetric Information, Compensation, and Career Prospects
By Ron Kaniel; University of Rochester
Dmitry Orlov; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Dmitry Orlov, University of Wisconsin
 

3. Selling Data
By Carlos Segura-Rodriguez; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Carlos Segura-Rodriguez, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session ID 333: Theoretical Industrial Organization I
 
Session Chair: Maarten Janssen, U Vienna
Session type: contributed
 

1. Licensing at the patent cliff and market entry
By Annabelle Marxen; Swiss Competition Commission
Joao Montez; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Joao Montez, University of Lausanne
 

2. Vertical Contracting with Endogenous Market Structure
By Marco Pagnozzi; Universita' di Napoli Federico II
Salvatore Piccolo; Università di Bergamo
Markus Reisinger; Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
   presented by: Marco Pagnozzi, Universita' di Napoli Federico II
 

3. Mergers and Innovation Portfolios
By Jose Moraga Gonzalez; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Evgenia Motchenkova; VU University Amsterdam
Saish Nevrekar; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Saish Nevrekar, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

4. Retail Discrimination and Consumer Search
By Maarten Janssen; U Vienna
   presented by: Maarten Janssen, U Vienna
 
Session ID 334: Theoretical Industrial Organization II
 
Session Chair: Yair Antler, Tel Aviv University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Regulating Product Communication
By Maarten Janssen; U Vienna
Santanu Roy; Southern Methodist University
   presented by: Santanu Roy, Southern Methodist University
 

2. Limited Attention, Superstars and the Long Tail
By Andreas Hefti; University of Zurich; Zurich University
   presented by: Andreas Hefti, University of Zurich
 

3. Competitive Advertising and Pricing
By Ilwoo Hwang; University of Miami
Kyungmin Kim; Emory University
Raphael Boleslavsky; University of Miami
   presented by: Ilwoo Hwang, University of Miami
 

4. Multilevel Marketing: Pyramid-Shaped Schemes or Exploitative Scams?
By Yair Antler; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Yair Antler, Tel Aviv University
 
Session ID 335: Theory of Competition I
 
Session Chair: Sephorah Mangin, Australian National University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Brand Substitution and Quality Provision in Oligopolistic Price Discrimination
By Lucas Maestri; FGv EPGE
   presented by: Lucas Maestri, FGv EPGE
 

2. Andreas Hefti, Shuo Liu and Armin Schmutzler
By Andreas Hefti; University of Zurich
Shuo Liu; Peking University
Armin Schmutzler; University of Zurich
   presented by: Shuo Liu, Peking University
 

3. Canonical Competing Mechanisms
By Andrea Attar; Toulouse School of Economics and Univers
Eloisa Campioni; Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata
Thomas Mariotti; Toulouse School of Economics
Alessandro Pavan; Northwestern University
   presented by: Andrea Attar, Toulouse School of Economics
 

4. When is competition price-increasing?
By Sephorah Mangin; Australian National University
   presented by: Sephorah Mangin, Australian National University
 
Session ID 336: Theory of Competition II
 
Session Chair: Nicolas Schutz, University of Mannheim
Session type: contributed
 

1. Endogenous Product Lines
By Allard van der Made; University of Groningen
   presented by: Allard van der Made, University of Groningen
 

2. Nonlinear Pricing by a Dominant Firm under Competition
By Yong Chao; University of Louisville
Guofu Tan; Department of Economics
Adam Wong; Lingnan University
   presented by: Yong Chao, University of Louisville
 

3. The Theory of Personalized Pricing
By Harold Houba; VU University Amsterdam/Tinbergen Institute
   presented by: Harold Houba, VU University Amsterdam/Tinbergen Institute
 

4. Multiproduct-Firm Pricing Games and Transformed Potentials
By Volker Nocke; University of Mannheim
Nicolas Schutz; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Nicolas Schutz, University of Mannheim
 
Session ID 337: Behavior, Bounded Rationality, and Experiments I
 
Session Chair: Heinrich Nax, University of Zurich
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Distribution of Ambiguity Attitudes
By Hans-Martin von Gaudecker; Universität Bonn
Axel Wogrolly; Universität Bonn
Christian Zimpelmann; Universität Bonn
   presented by: Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, Universität Bonn
 

2. Communication via Delay in a Coordination Game
By Ye Jin; New York University Shanghai
Zhen Zhou; Tsinghua University
Adam Brandenburger; New York University
   presented by: Ye Jin, University of California, Berkeley
 

3. Rational Altruism? On Preference Estimation and Dictator Game Experiments
By Philip Grech; ETH Zurich
Heinrich Nax; University of Zurich
   presented by: Heinrich Nax, University of Zurich
 
Session ID 338: Behavior, Bounded Rationality, and Experiments II
 
Session Chair: Holger Strulik, University of Goettingen
Session type: contributed
 

1. Long-Term Consequences of Growing up in a Recession on Risk Preferences
By Hitoshi Shigeoka; Simon Fraser University and NBER
   presented by: Hitoshi Shigeoka, Simon Fraser University and NBER
 

2. Sequential Approval: A Model of "Likes", Paper Downloads and Other Forms of Click Behavior
By Paola Manzini; University of Sussex
Marco Mariotti; Queen Mary University of London
Levent Ulku; ITAM
   presented by: Levent Ulku, ITAM
 

3. Why Is Belief-Action Consistency so Low? The Role of Belief Uncertainty
By Dominik Bauer; University of Konstanz
Irenaeus Wolff; TWI/University of Konstanz
   presented by: Irenaeus Wolff, TWI/University of Konstanz
 

4. From Pain Patient to Junkie: An Economic Theory of Painkiller Consumption and its Impact on Wellbeing and Longevity
By Holger Strulik; University of Goettingen
   presented by: Holger Strulik, University of Goettingen
 
Session ID 339: Behavior, Bounded Rationality, and Experiments III
 
Session Chair: Tetsuya Hoshino, ITAM
Session type: contributed
 

1. The Status Quo and Belief Polarization of Inattentive Agents: Theory and Experiment
By Vladimír Novák; CERGE-EI
Andrei Matveenko; University of Copenhagen
Silvio Ravaioli; Columbia University
   presented by: Vladimír Novák, CERGE-EI
 

2. Control costs, rational inattention, and retail price dynamics
By James Costain; Bank of Spain
Anton Nakov; ECB and CEPR
   presented by: James Costain, Bank of Spain
 

3. Behavioral Neural Networks
By Chen Zhao; The University of Hong Kong
Shaowei Ke; University of Michigan
Zhaoran Wang; Northwestern University
Sung-Lin Hsieh; University of Michigan
   presented by: Shaowei Ke, University of Michigan
 

4. Time-Consistent Rational Inattention Is Entropic
By Tetsuya Hoshino; ITAM
   presented by: Tetsuya Hoshino, ITAM
 
Session ID 340: Other Topics in Economic Theory
 
Session Chair: Brian Hill, CNRS & HEC Paris
Session type: contributed
 

1. Reducing inequalities among unequals
By Mathieu Faure; Centre des Sciences Humaines and Aix-Marseille University
Nicolas Gravel; CSH
   presented by: Mathieu Faure, Centre des Sciences Humaines and Aix-Marseille University
 

2. Collateral and Reputation in a Model of Strategic Defaults
By Georgy Lukyanov; École polytechnique
   presented by: Georgy Lukyanov, École polytechnique
 

3. The Optimal Assortativity of Teams Inside the Firm
By Ashwin Kambhampati; University of Pennsylvania
Carlos Segura-Rodriguez
   presented by: Ashwin Kambhampati, University of Pennsylvania
 

4. Being up front about Income Inequality
By Brian Hill; CNRS & HEC Paris
   presented by: Brian Hill, CNRS & HEC Paris
 
Session ID 341: Inequality and Redistribution
 
Session Chair: Raquel Fernandez, NYU
Session type: contributed
 

1. Use It or Lose It: Efficiency Gains from Wealth Taxation
By Fatih Guvenen; University of Minnesota
Gueorgui Kambourov; University of Toronto
Burhanettin Kuruscu; University of Toronto
Sergio Ocampo; University of Oslo
Daphne Chen; Florida State University
   presented by: Sergio Ocampo, Western University
 

2. Efficient Redistribution
By Corina Boar; New York University
Virgiliu Midrigan; New York University
   presented by: Corina Boar, New York University
 

3. Universal Basic Income: A Dynamic Assessment
By Diego Daruich; USC Marshall
Raquel Fernandez; NYU
   presented by: Raquel Fernandez, NYU
 
Session ID 342: Innovation and Patents
 
Session Chair: Mitsuru Igami, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Visibility of Technology and Cumulative Innovation: Evidence from Trade Secrets Laws
By Bernhard Ganglmair; ZEW Mannheim
Imke Reimers; Northeastern University
   presented by: Bernhard Ganglmair, ZEW Mannheim
 

2. The Consequences of Invention Secrecy: Evidence from the USPTO Patent Secrecy Program in World War II
By Daniel Gross; Harvard Business School
   presented by: Daniel Gross, Harvard Business School
 

3. Patent Publication and Innovation
By Deepak Hegde; New York University
Kyle Herkenhoff; University of Minnesota
Chenqi Zhu; New York University
   presented by: Deepak Hegde, New York University
 

4. Mapping Firms' Locations in Technological Space: A Topological Analysis of Patent Statistics
By Emerson Escolar; Riken AIP
Yasuaki Hiraoka; Kyoto University
Mitsuru Igami; Yale University
Yasin Ozcan; NBER
   presented by: Mitsuru Igami, Yale University
 
Session ID 343: Platforms and Networks I
 
Session Chair: Lei Xu, Bank of Canada
Session type: contributed
 

1. Branch Network Proximity and the Long-Run Effects of Bank Mergers
By David Benson; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: David Benson, Federal Reserve Board
 

2. Negative Externalities of Off Platform Options and the Efficiency of Centralized Assignment Mechanisms
By Adam Kapor; Princeton University
Mohit Karnani; MIT
Christopher Neilson; Princeton University
   presented by: Adam Kapor, Princeton University
 

3. Competition for Exclusivity and Customer Lock-in: Evidence from Copyright Enforcement in China
By Youming Liu; Cornell University
   presented by: Youming Liu, Cornell University
 

4. Technology Adoption in Input-Output Networks
By Xintong Han; Concordia University
Lei Xu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Lei Xu, Bank of Canada
 
Session ID 344: Platforms and Networks II
 
Session Chair: Valentin Lindlacher, ifo Institute Munich
Session type: contributed
 

1. A Model of Sales on Online Platforms
By Sunny Yangguang Huang; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Sunny Yangguang Huang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

2. Steering via Algorithmic Recommendations
By Nan Chen; National University of Singapore
Hsin-Tien Tsai; National University of Singapore
   presented by: Hsin-Tien Tsai, National University of Singapore
 

3. Market definition for broadband internet in Austria: Need boundaries be drawn along bandwidth or between technologies?
By Valentin Lindlacher; ifo Institute Munich
   presented by: Valentin Lindlacher, ifo Institute Munich
 
Session ID 345: Pharmaceutical Markets
 
Session Chair: Luca Maini, University of North Carolina at Chapel H
Session type: contributed
 

1. Does Market Exclusivity Improve Access to Drugs? The Case of US Anti-Ulcer Drug Market
By Debi Mohapatra; University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Yang Zhang; Cornell University
   presented by: Debi Mohapatra, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 

2. Bargaining and International Reference Pricing in the Pharmaceutical Industry
By Pierre Dubois; Toulouse School of Economics
Ashvin Gandhi; UCLA Anderson
Shoshana Vasserman; Stanford University
   presented by: Pierre Dubois, Toulouse School of Economics
 

3. Killer Acquisitions
By Colleen Cunningham; London Business School
Florian Ederer; Yale University
Song Ma; Yale University
   presented by: Florian Ederer, Yale University
 

4. External Reference Pricing as a Deterrent to Entry: Evidence from the European Pharmaceutical Market
By Luca Maini; University of North Carolina at Chapel H
   presented by: Luca Maini, University of North Carolina at Chapel H
 
Session ID 346: Estimation Methods I
 
Session Chair: Rosa Ferrer, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Session type: contributed
 

1. Imposing equilibrium restrictions in the estimation of dynamic discrete games
By Victor Aguirregabiria; University of Toronto
Mathieu Marcoux; Université de Montréal
   presented by: Victor Aguirregabiria, University of Toronto
 

2. Identification and Estimation of Production Function with Unobserved Heterogeneity
By Hiroyuki Kasahara; University of British Columbia
Paul Schrimpf; The University of British Columbia
Michio Suzuki; Hitotsubashi University
   presented by: Hiroyuki Kasahara, University of British Columbia
 

3. Heterogeneous Firms: Skilled-Labor Productivity and the Destination of Exports
By Jorge Balat; University of Texas, Austin
   presented by: Jorge Balat, University of Texas, Austin
 

4. Consumers' Costly Responses to Product-Harm Crises
By Rosa Ferrer; Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Helena Perrone; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Rosa Ferrer, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 
Session ID 347: Estimation Methods II
 
Session Chair: Pasquale Schiraldi, LSE
Session type: contributed
 

1. Output Quality, Productivity Growth, and Resource Reallocation
By Jing Li; The University of Hong Kong
Shengyu Li; The University of New South Wales
Hongsong Zhang; University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
 

2. The Flexible Inverse Logit Model
By Julien Monardo; CREST
   presented by: Julien Monardo, Telecom Paris
 

3. Nonparametric Identification and Estimation of Productivities and Trade Costs
By Ayse Ozgur Pehlivan; Bilkent University
Quang Vuong; New York University
   presented by: Ayse Ozgur Pehlivan, Bilkent University
 

4. Lessons from histories: identification of intertemporal preferences in dynamic discrete-choice models
By Pasquale Schiraldi; LSE
Matthew Levy; LSE
   presented by: Pasquale Schiraldi, LSE
 
Session ID 348: Search and Switching Costs
 
Session Chair: Oleksandr Shcherbakov, Bank of Canada
Session type: contributed
 

1. Efficiency in Decentralized Transport Markets
By Giulia Brancaccio; Cornell University
Myrto Kalouptsidi; Harvard University
Theodore Papageorgiou; Boston College
Nicola Rosaia; Harvard
   presented by: Myrto Kalouptsidi, Harvard University
 

2. Welfare Analysis of Equilibria With and Without Early Termination Fees in the US Wireless Industry
By Joseph Cullen; Amazon.com
Nicolas Schutz; University of Mannheim
Oleksandr Shcherbakov; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Oleksandr Shcherbakov, Bank of Canada
 
Session ID 349: Auctions
 
Session Chair: Vivek Bhattacharya, Northwestern University
Session type: contributed
 

1. An Empirical Analysis of Informationally-Restricted Dynamic Auctions of Used Cars
By Sung-Jin Cho; Seoul National University
Harry Paarsch; University of Central Florida
John Rust; Georgetown University
   presented by: Harry Paarsch, University of Central Florida
 

2. Auctioning Annuities
By Gaurab Aryal; University of Virginia
Eduardo Fajnzylber; Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Maria Florencia Gabrielli; CONICET-UNCuyo
Manuel Willington; Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
   presented by: Manuel Willington, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
 

3. Value of (Keeping) Primary Dealer Status in Treasury Auctions
By Martin Gonzalez-Eiras; University of Copenhagen
Jakub Kastl; Princeton University
Jesper Rudiger
   presented by: Martin Gonzalez-Eiras, University of Copenhagen
 

4. Bidding and Drilling Under Uncertainty: An Empirical Analysis of Contingent Payment Auctions
By Vivek Bhattacharya; Northwestern University
Andrey Ordin; Duke University
James Roberts; Duke University
   presented by: Vivek Bhattacharya, Northwestern University
 
Session ID 350: Competition and Regulation
 
Session Chair: Joao Gomes, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

1. Regulatory Distortions and Capacity Investment: The Case of China's Coal Power Industry
By Tom Eisenberg; University of Delaware
   presented by: Tom Eisenberg, University of Delaware
 

2. Buyer Alliances in Vertically Related Markets
By Hugo Molina; French National Institute for Agricultur
   presented by: Hugo Molina, French National Institute for Agricultur
 

3. Equilibrium Trade in Automobile Markets
By Kenneth Gillingham; Yale University
Fedor Iskhakov; Australian National University
Anders Munk-Nielsen; University of Copenhagen
John Rust; Georgetown University
Bertel Schjerning; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Kenneth Gillingham, Yale University
 

4. Dynamic strategic corporate finance: A tug of war with financial constraints
By Ulrich Doraszelski; University of Pennsylvania
Joao Gomes; University of Pennsylvania
Felix Nockher; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Joao Gomes, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session ID 351: Bias, Risk, and Welfare
 
Session Chair: Ching-I Huang, National Taiwan University
Session type: contributed
 

1. Time-Varying Risk Aversion: Evidence from Near-Miss Accidents
By Matthew Shum; California Institute of Technology
Yi Xin; California Institute of Technology
   presented by: Yi Xin, California Institute of Technology
 

2. The Welfare Effect of the Patent Subsidy in China
By Jianhuan Xu; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Jianhuan Xu, Singapore Management University
 

3. Deregulation through Direct Democracy: Lessons from Liquor Markets
By Gaston Illanes; Northwestern University
Sarah Moshary; University of Chicago Booth School of Bu
   presented by: Sarah Moshary, University of Chicago Booth School of Bu
 

4. Bias in the Choice of Product Differentiation: Evidence from the Taiwanese Media Industry
By Ching-I Huang; National Taiwan University
   presented by: Ching-I Huang, National Taiwan University
 
Session ID 352: Institutions, Organizations, and Incentives
 
Session Chair: Alejandro Robinson-Cortes, California Institute of Technology
Session type: contributed
 

1. Social Responsibility and Firms' Objectives
By Michele Fioretti; Sciences Po
   presented by: Michele Fioretti, Sciences Po
 

2. A Structural Model of a Multitasking Salesforce: Job Task Allocation and Incentive Plan Design
By Minkyung Kim; Yale University
K. Sudhir; Yale
Kosuke Uetake; Yale School of Management
   presented by: Kosuke Uetake, Yale School of Management
 

3. Who Gets Placed Where and Why? An Empirical Framework for Foster Care Placement
By Alejandro Robinson-Cortes; California Institute of Technology
   presented by: Alejandro Robinson-Cortes, California Institute of Technology
 
Session ID 353: Econometrics and Economics: Computation
 
Session Chair: Simon Scheidegger, University of Lausanne
Session type: contributed
 

1. Structural Estimation of Dynamic Directional Games with Multiple Equilibria
By Fedor Iskhakov; Australian National University
Dennis Kristensen; University College London
John Rust; Georgetown University
Bertel Schjerning; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Fedor Iskhakov, Australian National University
 

2. Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Computational Economists Any Time Soon?
By Lilia Maliar; The Graduate Center, CUNY
Serguei Maliar; Santa Clara University
Pablo Winant; Bank of England
   presented by: Serguei Maliar, Santa Clara University
 

3. Efficient Likelihood Ratio Confidence Intervals using Constrained Optimization
By Kenneth Judd; Stanford University
Gregor Reich; University of Zurich
   presented by: Gregor Reich, University of Zurich
 

4. Deep equilibrium nets
By Marlon Azinovic; University of Zurich and Swiss Finance Institute
Luca Gaegauf; University of Zurich
Simon Scheidegger; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Simon Scheidegger, University of Lausanne
 
Session ID 354: Experimental economics: choice and decision theory II
 
Session Chair: Taisuke Imai, LMU Munich
Session type: contributed
 

1. Predicting choice averse and choice loving behavior in a quasi-field experiment with actual shoppers
By David Ong; Jinan University
   presented by: David Ong, Jinan University
 

2. Asymmetric Failure of Bayesian Updating and the Echo Chamber Effect: An Experimental Study
By Chun-hou Cheng; National Taiwan University
Patrick DeJarnette; Waseda University
Joseph Tao-yi Wang; National Taiwan University
   presented by: Joseph Tao-yi Wang, National Taiwan University
 

3. Decision Making under Uncertainty: An Experimental Study in Market Settings
By Federico Echenique; Caltech
Taisuke Imai; LMU Munich
Kota Saito; California Institute of Technology
   presented by: Taisuke Imai, LMU Munich
 
Session ID 355: Political Economy and Institutions II
 
Session Chair: Nathan Canen, University of Houston
Session type: contributed
 

1. Emotion and Reason in Political Language
By Gloria Gennaro; Bocconi University
Elliott Ash; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Gloria Gennaro, Bocconi University
 

2. Meritocracy and Dual Leadership: Historical Evidence and an Interpretation
By Weijia Li; Monash University
   presented by: Weijia Li, Monash University
 

3. How Campaign Ads Stimulate Political Interest
By Nathan Canen; University of Houston
Gregory Martin; Stanford University
   presented by: Nathan Canen, University of Houston
 

334 sessions, 1288 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1 Hedtrich, ChristophP70, C70
2Abbring, JaapP282
3Aboutajdine, RedaP121, C121
4Acerenza, SantiagoP238
5Achard, PascalP198
6Adachi, DaisukeP187
7Adamopoulos, TassoP78
8Adams, JonathanP35
9Adusumilli, KarunP287
10Afodjo, NabilP213
11Agastya, MuraliP265
12Aguiar, VictorP137, C137
13Aguirre, AlvaroP33
14Aguirregabiria, VictorP346
15Ahelegbey, Daniel FelixP227
16Akyol, PelinP151, C151
17Ales, LaurenceP208
18Alfano, MarcoP142
19Ali, S. NageebP122
20Allen, RoyP283
21Allen, JasonP130
22Allende, ClaudiaP119
23Altinoglu, LeventP54, C54
24Altonji, JosephP211, C211
25Alvarez, LuisP247, C247
26Alves, CassianoP209
27Amengual, DanteP305, C305
28Anatolyev, StanislavP295, C295
29Andersen, TorbenP301
30Ando, MichihitoP149
31Andreoli, FrancescoP180
32Andrew, AlisonP194
33Andrews, DonaldP230, C230
34Andrews, IsaiahP225, C225
35Antler, YairP334, C334
36Antoine, BertilleP223, C223
37Anufriev, MikhailP108
38Apfel, NicolasP188
39Araujo, AloisioP84
40Arcalean, CalinP145
41Arcidiacono, PeterP157, C157
42Arefeva, AlinaP130
43Aristodemou, EleniP285
44Arkhangelsky, DmitryP234
45Armstrong, TimothyP240, C240
46Arredondo-Chavez, AlbertoP96
47Athias, LaureP178
48Attar, AndreaP335
49Auerbach, EricP249
50Ausubel, LawrenceP130
51Averkamp, DorothéeP174
52Avino, DavideP89
53Awaya, YuP319
54Aydin, DenizP63
55Ayerst, StephenP25
56Šoltés, MichalP102
57Öberg, ErikP28
58Babii, AndriiP293
59Bacchetta, PhilippeP49
60Bacchiocchi, EmanueleP224
61Bachi, BenjaminP327, C327
62Badarinza, CristianP61
63Bai, YuP220
64Bai, LiangP117
65Bai, YuehaoP252
66Baillon, AurélienP331
67Balat, JorgeP346
68Baldomero-Quintana, LuisP52
69Baldwin, ElizabethP268, C268
70Ball, IanP331, C331
71Barbaglia, LucaP235
72Barbera, SalvadorP132
73Barbosa, KlenioP101
74Barcellos, SilviaP180, C180
75Barcelo, CristinaP62
76Barczyk, DanielP83
77Barendse, SanderP303
78Barigozzi, MatteoP291
79Barrios-Fernandez, AndresP152
80Barschkett, MaraP215
81Barseghyan, LevonP282, C282
82Bartalotti, OtavioP252
83Bassetto, MarcoP39, C39
84Bassi, VittorioP192, C192
85Bastianello, FrancescaP55
86Battigalli, PierpaoloP270
87Battiston, GiacomoP197
88Batut, CyprienP185, C185
89Bau, NatalieP211
90Bauducco, SofiaP27
91Bauer, MichaelP82, C82
92Baumgartner, simonP93
93Bérard, GuillaumeP210
94Böhm, MichaelP170
95Beccuti Vazquez, Juan IgnacioP265
96Bello, PieraP200, C200
97Ben-Michael, EliP278
98Benchekroun, HassanP155
99Bendjellal, DallalP31
100Benson, DavidP343
101Benzoni, LucaP57, C57
102Berkes, EnricoP25
103Bernard, BenjaminP118
104Berndt, AntjeP66
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801Nesbit, JamesP236
802Nesterov, AlexanderP276
803Nevrekar, SaishP333
804Newey, WhitneyP233
805Newton, JonathanP271
806Nguyen, HuyenP97
807Niccodemi, GianmariaP176, C176
808Nicolini, Juan PabloP41
809Nielsen, MortenP294, C294
810Ning, Z. EddieP258
811Nirei, MakotoP74
812Noack, ClaudiaP252, C252
813Noguchi, YuichiP261
814Norman, ThomasP261
815Nose, ManabuP148
816Novák, VladimírP339
817Nuno, GaloP45
818O'Keeffe-O'Donovan, RossaP199
819Ocampo, SergioP341
820Occhino, FilippoP85
821Ogaku, MichikoP326, C326
822Oh, HyunseungP96
823oka, TatsushiP183
824Okamura, KazuakiP285
825Okui, RyoP315
826Olsen, MortenP71
827Olszewski, WojciechP271, C271
828Ong, DavidP354
829Opp, MarcusP58, C58
830Orlov, DmitryP332
831Osotimehin, SophieP26, C26
832Ostrizek, Franz PeterP254
833Oswald, FlorianP27, C27
834Ottaviani, MarcoP273, C273
835Ottinger, SebastianP218
836Oyama, DaisukeP271
837Ozdagli, AliP89, C89
838Ozdenoren, EmreP318
839Ozkan, SerdarP32
840Paarsch, HarryP349
841Packalen, MikkoP217
842Pagano, MarcoP68
843Pagnozzi, MarcoP333
844Pahlke, MariekeP326
845Paillacar, ManuelP54
846Paixao, NunoP56
847Pakzad-Hurson, BobakP257
848Palumbo, DarioP303, C303
849Pan, SiqiP159
850Pannella, PierlucaP57
851Papageorgiou, TheodoreP157
852Papi, MauroP328
853Parakhonyak, AlexeiP327
854Paredes, ValentinaP173
855Parey, MatthiasP187, C187
856Park, JaeokP269
857Park, Woong YongP73
858Parker, ThomasP231
859Parkhomenko, AndriiP79
860Parodi, FrancescaP208
861Parro, FranciscoP214
862Pasichnichenko, IlliaP136
863Pastorino, ElenaP182, C182
864Patil, SanketP322
865Paul, PascalP66
866Pavan, AlessandroP323
867Pedio, ManuelaP59
868Pehlivan, Ayse OzgurP347
869Pelican, AndrinP245, C245
870Pellegrino, BrunoP78
871Peng, CameronP55
872Peracchi, FrancoP229, C229
873Perego, JacopoP109, C109
874Perera, IndeewaraP311
875Peretto, PietroP81
876Perez, DiegoP52, C52
877Perez-Arce, FranciscoP206
878Persitz, DotanP107
879Pessina, LorenzoP210
880Pestow, RadomirP140, C140
881Peterman, WilliamP32
882Piacquadio, Paolo GiovanniP208, C208
883Plagborg-Moller, MikkelP313, C313
884Poblete, SebastianP212
885Poirier, AlexandreP253
886Porapakkarm, Ponpoje (Poe)P32
887Porter, JackP237, C237
888Poti, ValerioP310, C310
889Potjagailo, GalinaP95
890Pouliot, GuillaumeP120, P240
891Poyker, MikhailP218
892PRAM, KymP122
893Pröhl, ElisabethP105
894Pretis, FelixP138
895Previtero, AlessandroP57
896Prina, SilviaP146
897Pugh, ThomasP32, C32
898Puri, IndiraP139
899Puzzello, DanielaP164, C164
900Qiu, ChenP233
901Qiu, YunP179
902Ragot, XavierP29
903Rahi, RohitP321
904Rahimzadeh, GolnoushP145
905Rai, YoshiyasuP288
906Ramos, JoaoP116, C116
907Rampal, JeevantP269, C269
908Rangel, MarcosP195, C195
909Rappoport, DavidP74, C74
910Rasul, ImranP119, C119
911Rathelot, RolandP184, C184
912Reich, GregorP353
913Remmy, KevinP109
914RENNE, Jean-PaulP31
915Renzhi, NuobuP61
916Repullo, RafaelP56, C56
917Resnjanskij, SvenP218
918Restrepo-Echavarria, PaulinaP69, C69
919Rettore, EnricoP149, C149
920Reynoso, AnaP194
921Ribas, RafaelP205
922Richter, MichaelP105, C105
923Rieth, MalteP222
924Riezman, RaymondP50
925Rigato, RodolfoP75, C75
926Rindi, BarbaraP64
927Ripoll, MarlaP81
928Rishabh, KumarP123, C123
929Ritadhi, SubrataP67
930Robinson-Cortes, AlejandroP352, C352
931Roche, HerveP92
932Rodivilov, AlexanderP320
933Rodriguez, JorgeP152, C152
934Roesti, MatthiasP203
935Rohner, DominicP99, C99
936Ronchi, MaddalenaP174
937Rosa, LeonardoP152
938Rosar, FrankP134
939Rosen, AdamP279
940Rossi, BarbaraP223
941Rothe, ChristophP251, C251
942Rothfelder, Mario PhilippP294
943Rotunno, LorenzoP177
944Roussellet, GuillaumeP302
945Roy, SantanuP334
946Rubin, MircoP292, C292
947Rubio, GabrielaP166
948Rubio-Ramirez, JuanP226
949Rudebusch, GlennP138
950Ruiz-Tagle, JaimeP154
951Rujiwattanapong, SimilanP68
952Sachdeva, KunalP156
953Sadakane, HitoshiP326
954Sadka, JoyceP143, C143
955Sager, ErickP25
956Saggio, RaffaeleP58
957Sahuguet, NicolasP113
958Said, MaherP121
959Saito, KotaP135
960Sakaguchi, ShoseiP286
961Sakong, JungP61, C61
962Salgado, SergioP81
963Salmi, JuliaP317, C317
964Samphantharak, KrislertP209
965Sanchez Becerra, AlejandroP245
966Sandmann, ChristopherP326
967Sanin, DenizP172
968Sanktjohanser, AnnaP260, C260
969Sannikov, YuliyP60, C60
970Sanz, CarlosP173
971SARISOY, CISILP302, C302
972Sasaki, YuyaP233
973sauvagnat, julienP214, C214
974Sawa, RyojiP271
975Sawada, MasayukiP289, C289
976Saygin, PerihanP173
977Sönksen, JantjeP300
978Scaillet, OlivierP300, C300
979Scheidegger, SimonP353, C353
980Schiavoni, CaterinaP306, C306
981Schiraldi, PasqualeP347, C347
982Schlag, KarlP269
983Schlee, EdwardP132, C132
984Schlegel, Jan ChristophP273
985Schmedders, KarlP88, C88
986Schmutzler, ArminP319
987Schnaitmann, JulieP300
988Schneider, SebastianP161, C161
989Schneider, UlrichP183
990Schotman, PeterP295
991Schottmueller, ChristophP324
992Schulz, BastianP169
993Schumann, MartinP296
994Schutz, NicolasP336, C336
995Schweizer, NikolausP60
996Scotti, ChiaraP43
997Segura-Rodriguez, CarlosP332, C332
998Sen, AliP27
999Senga, TatsuroP35
1000Serena, MarcoP114
1001Seres, GyulaP159
1002Sergeyev, DmitriyP31, C31
1003Seror, AvnerP143
1004Sethi, RajivP261, C261
1005Sha, WenbiaoP100
1006Shakhnov, KirillP31
1007Shany, AdiP150
1008Shcherbakov, OleksandrP348, C348
1009Shen, MenghanP144
1010Shen, PeiyaoP159
1011Shen, YichenP216
1012Shi, LiyanP40
1013Shigeoka, HitoshiP338
1014Shimizu, KenichiP226, C226
1015Shin, DongsooP264
1016Shin, YoungkiP292
1017Shin, YongcheolP290
1018Shinozaki, HirokiP128
1019Shintani, MototsuguP314
1020Shishkin, DenisP324, C324
1021Shlomov, SegevP108, C108
1022Shorrer, RanP327
1023Shupe, CortnieP215
1024Si, WeiP213
1025Siddique, AkhtarP59
1026Siflinger, BettinaP215, C215
1027Siga, LucasP136, C136
1028Signorelli, SaraP185
1029Sinander, LudvigP132
1030Singh, SanjayP41
1031Singh, RahulP233, C233
1032Sinha, ShrutiP284
1033Siniscalchi, MarcianoP137
1034Siuda, FabianP207
1035Skrobotov, AntonP312
1036Sloczynski, TymonP277, C277
1037Smeekes, StephanP295
1038Smith, SimonP229
1039Smith, L. VanessaP298
1040Smith, AndrewP38
1041Smith, KateP168
1042Soberon, AlexandraP295
1043Sokullu, SenayP298
1044Solow, JohnP182
1045Song, SuyongP245
1046Sonin, KonstantinP134
1047Souza, DaniloP103, C103
1048Souza, PriscilaP156
1049Souza-Rodrigues, EduardoP230
1050Spiegler, RanP322
1051Spruk, RokP190, C190
1052Srisuma, SorawootP284, C284
1053Stachurski, JohnP86, C86
1054Starmans, JanP111, C111
1055Stecher, JackP139
1056Stomper, AlexP178
1057Stouli, SamiP244
1058Stoye, JoergP126
1059Strulik, HolgerP338, C338
1060Subramanian, ArjunanP104
1061Sugaya, TakuoP263
1062Sun, LiyangP237
1063Sun, XiangP269
1064Sun, JiajingP310
1065Sun, XiaotingP248
1066Sun, YuyingP309
1067Sun, YimanP318, C318
1068Sun, JunzeP197
1069Sun, XiaolinP239
1070Swanson, EricP38, C38
1071Szech, NoraP163, C163
1072Szkup, MichalP45, C45
1073Szydlowski, MartinP123
1074Tabellini, MarcoP99
1075Takano, MasayaP280
1076Takeda, FumikoP272
1077Takei, IkuoP57
1078Tan, EugeneP33
1079Taneva, InaP322, C322
1080Tang, RongshengP171, C171
1081Tanner, NoamP264
1082TAO, HANYIP79
1083Tao, JingP253
1084Tarasonis, LinasP76
1085Tarasov, AlexanderP52
1086Tarozzi, AlessandroP144, C144
1087Tarquinio, LisaP117, C117
1088Tatur, TymonP258
1089Tô, LinhP182
1090Temnyalov, EmilP107
1091Terajima, YazP75
1092Thirkettle, MatthewP249
1093Thomas, JuliaP24, C24
1094Thurk, JeffP209
1095Tian, YuanP117
1096Tincani, MichelaP119
1097Tischbirek, AndreasP29
1098To, TedP155
1099Todorov, ViktorP301, C301
1100Tomar, ShekharP62
1101Tomoeda, KentaroP275
1102Toth, PeterP228, C228
1103Toyama, YutaP140
1104Trojani, FabioP86
1105Troya-Martinez, MartaP100
1106Tsai, Hsin-TienP344
1107Tsyplakov, AlexanderP311
1108Tufano, FabioP165, C165
1109Tukiainen, JanneP251
1110Tumlinson, JustinP50
1111Tura, GiuliaP193
1112Turkel, ErayP324
1113Tutino, AntonellaP164
1114Tuzcuoglu, KeremP220
1115Ueda, KozoP74
1116Uematsu, YoshimasaP292
1117Uetake, KosukeP352
1118Ugolini, AndreaP307
1119Uhlig, HaraldP49, C49
1120Ui, TakashiP268
1121Ulku, LeventP338
1122Ullrich, HannesP176
1123Umar, TarikP204
1124Umlandt, DennisP49
1125Undurraga, RaimundoP174, C174
1126Unterhofer, UlrikeP181, C181
1127Ura, TakuyaP286
1128Utar, HaleP27
1129Uthemann, AndreasP94
1130Vaccari, FedericoP125
1131Valente, MaricaP201
1132Valente, ChristineP144
1133Valls Pereira, PedroP313
1134van Damme, EricP258, C258
1135van der Made, AllardP336
1136van Hasselt, MartijnP229
1137Van Ooijen, RaunP206
1138van Vuuren, AicoP289
1139Van Zandweghe, WillemP41
1140Vardishvili, IaP24
1141Vardishvili, OlikoP84
1142Vargas, JuanP103
1143Vasnev, AndreyP309
1144Vazquez-Bare, GonzaloP239
1145Veramendi, GregoryP157
1146Verbrugge, RandalP42
1147Verma, PriyamP200
1148Vierø, Marie-LouiseP135
1149Vieyra, MatiasP67, C67
1150Villa, AlessandroP93, C93
1151Villas-Boas, J. MiguelP328, C328
1152Villena-Roldán, BenjamínP70
1153Virkola, TuomoP147
1154Vives, XavierP64, C64
1155viviano, davideP248
1156Vladimirov, EvgeniiP307
1157Volij, OscarP105
1158von Gaudecker, Hans-MartinP337
1159von Wangenheim, JonasP276, C276
1160Vong, AllenP121
1161Vosooghi, SarehP140
1162Vu, TienP171
1163Wada, TatsumaP294
1164Walsh, ConorP25, C25
1165Wang, LinqiP307
1166Wang, HongmingP175
1167Wang, ZijianP65, C65
1168Wang, WenyaP26
1169Wang, ZijianP35
1170Wang, TaoP297
1171Wang, RuixinP219
1172Wang, FanP177
1173Wang, Joseph Tao-yiP354
1174Wang, ChengP70
1175Wantchekon, LeonardP101
1176Weber, HenningP73
1177Wei, JieP291, C291
1178Wei, DongP116
1179Wei, XiaoP136
1180Weidner, MartinP298
1181Weisburd, SaritP162
1182Weiss, ChristophP33
1183Westkamp, AlexanderP275
1184Widmer, PhilineP98
1185Willen, AlexanderP184
1186Willington, ManuelP349
1187Wilms, OleP86
1188Windmüller, SteffenP87
1189Windmeijer, FrankP238, C238
1190Wirtz, JuliaP318
1191Woźny, ŁukaszP118
1192Wohlschlegel, AnsgarP101
1193Woitrin, FrançoisP166, C166
1194Wolf, ChristophP317
1195Wolff, IrenaeusP338
1196Wolitzky, AlexanderP323
1197Wong, Tsz-NingP321, C321
1198Woutersen, TiemenP279, C279
1199Wu, QinggongP266, C266
1200Wu, JiemaiP125, C125
1201Wu, KeyuP162
1202Wuthrich, KasparP278, C278
1203Xiao, YunP207
1204Xiao, RuliP285
1205Xie, YinxiP39
1206Xie, ErhaoP56
1207Xie, ZhenP278
1208Xie, YangP134, C134
1209Xie, HuihuaP213
1210Xin, YiP351
1211Xu, MingP169
1212Xu, JianfengP212
1213Xu, YidiP134
1214Xu, LeiP343, C343
1215Xu, LeP20
1216Xu, JianhuanP351
1217Xu, YejiaP257, C257
1218Xu, MenghanP266
1219Yago, NaokiP23
1220Yakovlev, EvgenyP149
1221Yamagata, TakashiP291
1222Yaman, FiratP167
1223Yamasaki, JunichiP145
1224Yang, AlanP195
1225Yang, HyunjooP190
1226Yang, MingP254
1227Yang, SongtaoP193
1228Yang, RenkunP264, C264
1229Yang, YouzhiP69
1230Yang, ChoongryulP42
1231Yang, Hee-SeungP120
1232Yasuda, YosukeP255
1233Yata, KoheiP272
1234Yazici, HakkiP22
1235Yeaple, StephenP47, C47
1236Yesiltas, SevcanP74
1237Yildiz, MuhametP107
1238Yildiz, KemalP136
1239Yoo, Seung HanP276
1240Yoshimoto, HisayukiP129, C129
1241Yu, PingP251
1242Yu, NingP112
1243Yu, HangP177
1244Yun, HayongP217
1245Zabrodina, VéraP175, C175
1246Zakharenko, RomanP205, C205
1247Zakoian, Jean-MichelP303
1248Zanetti, FrancescoP21
1249Zapechelnyuk, AndyP268
1250Zeitlin, AndrewP148
1251Zeitounlian Sarkisian, RobertoP316
1252Zeleneev, AndreiP241, C241
1253Zeltzer, DanP215
1254Zhan, CrystalP179
1255Zhang, MengxiP130, C130
1256Zhang, HongliangP212
1257Zhang, GangP79
1258Zhang, XuP82
1259Zhang, NingP183, C183
1260Zhang, YichongP290
1261Zhang, XingtanP256, C256
1262Zhang, JipengP202
1263Zhang, ShengxingP66, C66
1264Zhang, JunP273
1265Zhang, HanzheP257
1266Zhang, JunP265, C265
1267Zhang, HongsongP347
1268Zhao, XinP266
1269Zhao, ZhiqiP196
1270Zhao, JunP281
1271Zhao, XueyanP238
1272Zhao, LinP263
1273Zheng, CharlesP264
1274Zhong, WeijieP321
1275Zhou, JianhuaP280
1276Zhou, BoP306
1277Zhou, JinP149
1278Zhou, QiankunP290
1279Zhou, BeixiP330
1280Zhou, WeilunP312, C312
1281Zhou, HangP51
1282Zhou, WeixuanP124, C124
1283Zhu, John YiranP254, C254
1284Zhu, ShuguangP267, C267
1285Zhu, LijunP20
1286Zikes, FilipP64
1287Zilberman, EduardoP23
1288Zlate, AndreiP302

 

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