Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2019

The University of Warwick

 
April 15, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
09:00 to 11:00Oculus Foyer Registration & Coffee
 
 
11:00 to 12:15Oculus OC1.05 Hahn Keynote Lecture: Anne Case (Princeton)
 
 
12:15 to 13:15 Lunch, Rootes Restaurant
 
 
12:15 to 13:15Oculus OC1.05 Plenary Session: "How lives change: Palanpur, India and Development Economics" Presented by Nicholas Stern and Peter Lanjouw Discussants: Anne Case and Pramila Krishnan Chair: Fabien Postel-Vinay
 
 
13:15 to 14:45see below General Sessions 1
 
 
14:45 to 15:15Oculus Foyer Coffee Break
 
 
15:15 to 16:30Oculus OC1.05 Past President's Keynote Address: Peter Neary (Oxford)
 
 
16:30 to 17:00Oculus Foyer Coffee Break
 
 
17:00 to 18:30see below Special Sessions A
 
 
 
April 16, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
09:00 to 10:30see below General Sessions 2
 
 
10:30 to 11:00 Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:15Oculus OC1.05 Sargan Keynote Lecture: James J. Heckman (Chicago)
 
 
12:15 to 13:15 Lunch, Rootes Restaurant
 
 
12:15 to 13:15Oculus OC0.04 RES AGM
 
 
13:15 to 14:45see below General Sessions 3
 
 
14:45 to 15:15Oculus Foyer Coffee Break
 
 
15:15 to 16:30Oculus OC1.05 Plenary Session: "Refugees: past crises and future challenges" Panellists:- Rossella Pagliuchi-Lor (UNHCR Representative to the UK) Gerald Knaus (Founding Chairman of the European Stability Initiative) Prof Christian Dustmann (Professor of Economics, UCL) Chaired by Mark Easton (BBC Home Editor)
 
 
16:30 to 17:00Oculus Foyer Coffee Break
 
 
17:00 to 18:30see below Special Sessions B
 
 
 
April 17, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
09:00 to 10:30see below General Sessions 4
 
 
10:30 to 11:00Oculus Foyer Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:15Oculus OC1.05 Economic Journal Keynote Lecture: Eliana La Ferrara (Bocconi)
 
 
12:15 to 13:15 Lunch, Rootes Restaurant
 
 
12:15 to 13:15Oculus OC1.05 Women’s Committee Special Session: Women Leaders in Economics (Panel Discussion)
 
 
13:15 to 14:45see below General Sessions 5
 
 
14:45 to 15:15Oculus Foyer Coffee Break
 
 
15:15 to 16:45see below Special Sessions C
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Hahn Keynote Lecture: Anne Case (Princeton)
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 15, 2019 11:00 to 12:15

Plenary Session: "How lives change: Palanpur, India and Development Economics" Presented by Nicholas Stern and Peter Lanjouw Discussants: Anne Case and Pramila Krishnan Chair: Fabien Postel-Vinay
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 15, 2019 12:15 to 13:15

General Sessions 1
Locations: listed below
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
 
Asset Pricing, Social Sciences s2.77
Business Cycles 1, Oculus OC1.02
Corruption, Social Sciences s0.11
Credit and Insurance in Developing Economies, Oculus OC1.04
Economic Theory , Social Sciences s0.10
Education 1, Oculus OC0.01
Education in Developing Economies, Oculus OC0.02
Exchange Rates, Oculus OC1.08
Families and Human Capital, Oculus OC1.01
Finance, Social Sciences s2.79
Growth, Oculus OC1.06
Health Economics: Empirical Analysis, Social Sciences s0.09
Inequality, Oculus OC0.03
IO: Innovation and R&D, Social Sciences s0.13
Labour Market Flows and Mobility, Social Sciences s0.19
Macro: Prices, Oculus OC1.09
Macroeconomic Theory, Oculus OC1.07
Politics and Development 1, Social Sciences s0.17
Redistribution and Insurance in the UK, Oculus OC1.05
Social Interactions, Oculus OC0.04
Sovereign Debt, Oculus OC1.03
Trade and Labour Markets 1, Social Sciences s0.20
Trade: Multiproduct Firms, Social Sciences s0.18

Past President's Keynote Address: Peter Neary (Oxford)
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 15, 2019 15:15 to 16:30

Special Sessions A
Locations: listed below
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
 
A Fiscal Studies Special Session: Savings and Wealth Inequality, Oculus OC0.04
Institute for New Economic Thinking Special Session: Excellence and Conformity i..., Oculus OC1.05
The Money, Macro and Finance Research Group Special Session: The recent decline ..., Oculus OC0.01
ONS Special Session: Micro-data perspectives on the productivity puzzle, Oculus OC1.01
OfCom Special Session: Competition Issues in On-line Markets, Oculus OC0.02
Econometrics for Panel and Network Data, Oculus OC1.09

General Sessions 2
Locations: listed below
April 16, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Banking: Capital Requirements, Social Sciences s0.11
Crime , Oculus OC0.04
Economic Psychology, Social Sciences s0.21
Economic Theory: Collective Decision Making, Learning, and Evolution, Social Sciences s0.08
Education 2, Oculus OC0.01
Empirical IO 1, Social Sciences s0.18
Empirical Political Economy, Social Sciences s0.10
Experimental Economics, Social Sciences s0.20
Families and the Labour Market, Oculus OC1.01
Finance: Management, Social Sciences s2.79
Foreign Direct Investment, Oculus OC0.02
Gender and Development, Oculus OC0.03
Growth and Development: Historical Perspective, Oculus OC1.05
Health Insurance, Oculus OC1.09
Institutions in Developing Economies , Oculus OC1.03
Macro: Productivity, Social Sciences s0.17
Mechanism Design and Optimal Contracts, Social Sciences s0.09
Monetary Policy 1, Social Sciences s0.13
Occupations and Tasks, Oculus OC1.02
Pensions, Oculus OC1.06
Structural VARs, Oculus OC1.07
Taxation: Empirical Studies, Social Sciences s0.19
Topics in Microeconometrics, Oculus OC1.08
Trade and Labour Markets 2, Oculus OC1.04

Sargan Keynote Lecture: James J. Heckman (Chicago)
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 16, 2019 11:00 to 12:15

General Sessions 3
Locations: listed below
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
 
Behavioural Theory and Experiments, Social Sciences s0.10
Business Cycles 2, Social Sciences s0.19
Economic Theory: Dynamic Games, Social Sciences s0.09
Education 3, Oculus OC0.01
Family Economics, Oculus OC1.03
Finance: Theory, Social Sciences s0.17
Topics in Empirical Finance 1, Social Sciences s0.18
Forward Guidance, Social Sciences s0.13
Gender Gap 1, Oculus OC1.05
Growth and Structural Change, Oculus OC1.06
Health Policy, Oculus OC1.02
IO: Regulation, Oculus OC1.09
Distributional Issues in Developing Economies, Oculus OC0.02
Macro: Fiscal Policy , Social Sciences s0.11
Management Practices and Productivity, Oculus OC0.03
Peer Effects , Oculus OC0.04
Politics and Development 2, Oculus OC1.07
Taxation and Development, Oculus OC1.04
Trade: Empirical Analysis 1, Social Sciences s0.21
Transmission of Shocks, Social Sciences s0.20
Wage Determination 1, Oculus OC1.01

Plenary Session: "Refugees: past crises and future challenges" Panellists:- Rossella Pagliuchi-Lor (UNHCR Representative to the UK) Gerald Knaus (Founding Chairman of the European Stability Initiative) Prof Christian Dustmann (Professor of Economics, UCL) Chaired by Mark Easton (BBC Home Editor)
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 16, 2019 15:15 to 16:30

Special Sessions B
Locations: listed below
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
 
IFS Special Session: The Returns to Higher Education, Oculus OC0.02
Health Behaviours , Oculus OC1.01
Child Care and Health , Oculus OC1.09
Bank of England Special Session: Preferred Habitat Investors and Unconventional ..., Oculus OC0.01
ESCoE & Data Science Campus Special Session: Economic Measurement with Big Data, Oculus OC0.04
Econometrics Journal Special Session: Econometrics of Panel Data, Oculus OC1.05

General Sessions 4
Locations: listed below
April 17, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Aggregate Labour Market Fluctuations, Oculus OC1.04
Consumption and Household Behaviour, Oculus OC1.09
Economic History, Oculus OC1.08
Economic Theory: Information, Social Sciences s0.18
Education and Health, Oculus OC0.03
Education: Allocation of Teachers and Students, Oculus OC0.02
Empirical Finance: Europe, Social Sciences s0.19
Environmental Policy , Oculus OC1.02
Growth and Development, Oculus OC0.01
Housing, Oculus OC1.07
Intergenerational Mobility, Oculus OC1.01
Topics in Labour Economics, Oculus OC1.03
Macro: Institutions and Rents, Social Sciences s0.08
Macroprudential Policy , Social Sciences s0.09
Migration , Oculus OC0.04
Monetary Policy 2, Social Sciences s0.10
Panel Data Econometrics and Applications, Oculus OC1.06
Political Economy: Voting, Social Sciences s0.20
Social Preferences, Social Sciences s0.11
Taxation: Theory, Social Sciences s0.13
Theoretical IO, Social Sciences s0.17
Trade: Empirical Analysis 2, Social Sciences s0.21
Violence Against Women in Developing Economies, Oculus OC1.05

Economic Journal Keynote Lecture: Eliana La Ferrara (Bocconi)
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 17, 2019 11:00 to 12:15

Women’s Committee Special Session: Women Leaders in Economics (Panel Discussion)
Location: Oculus OC1.05
April 17, 2019 12:15 to 13:15
 
RES Women's Committee Special Session: Women Leaders in Economics, Oculus OC1.05

General Sessions 5
Locations: listed below
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
 
Brexit , Oculus OC1.05
Corporate Finance: Empirical, Social Sciences s0.13
Crime, Education, and the Labour Market, Oculus OC0.03
Development Economics: Field Experiments, Oculus OC0.04
Discrimination, Oculus OC1.01
Economic Theory: Networks and Organisations, Social Sciences s0.08
Education 4, Oculus OC1.04
Empirical IO 2, Social Sciences s0.10
Experimental Economics: Group Behaviour, Social Sciences s0.09
Gender Gap 2, Oculus OC1.02
Health Measurement, Oculus OC1.03
Heterogeneous Agents in Macroeconomics, Social Sciences s0.17
Topics in Empirical Finance 2, Social Sciences s0.18
Macro Finance, Social Sciences s0.19
Macro: Inequality, Social Sciences s0.21
Marriage and Fertility, Oculus OC1.06
Measuring Welfare, Oculus OC1.07
Media and Social Media, Oculus OC0.02
Monetary Policy 3, Social Sciences s0.20
Public Policy in Developing Economies, Oculus OC1.08
Uncertainty in Macroeconomics, Social Sciences s0.11
Wage Determination 2, Oculus OC1.09
Women's Empowerment in Developing Economies, Oculus OC0.01

Special Sessions C
Locations: listed below
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
 
Attitudes towards immigrants and ethnic/religious minorities: the impact of sali..., Oculus OC0.03
School Choice, Oculus OC1.01
Improving the life chances of women in developing countries through adolescent i..., Oculus OC0.01
Rebuilding Macroeconomics Special Session: Macroeconomics with Real World Uncert..., Oculus OC0.04
Economic Journal Special Session: Plan S, open access and the impact on research..., Oculus OC1.05
CEP Special Session: Gangs, Drugs, and Murders, Oculus OC0.02

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
1April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s2.77 Asset Pricing3
2April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.02 Business Cycles 14
3April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.11 Corruption4
4April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.04 Credit and Insurance in Developing Economies4
5April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.10 Economic Theory 4
6April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.01 Education 13
7April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.02 Education in Developing Economies3
8April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.08 Exchange Rates2
9April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.01 Families and Human Capital4
10April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s2.79 Finance4
11April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.06 Growth4
12April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.09 Health Economics: Empirical Analysis3
13April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.03 Inequality3
14April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.13 IO: Innovation and R&D3
15April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.19 Labour Market Flows and Mobility4
16April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.09 Macro: Prices4
17April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.07 Macroeconomic Theory4
18April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.17 Politics and Development 13
19April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.05 Redistribution and Insurance in the UK3
20April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.04 Social Interactions3
21April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.03 Sovereign Debt4
22April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.20 Trade and Labour Markets 13
23April 15, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.18 Trade: Multiproduct Firms3
24April 15, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC0.04 A Fiscal Studies Special Session: Savings and Wealth Inequality4
25April 15, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC1.09 Econometrics for Panel and Network Data4
26April 15, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC1.05 Institute for New Economic Thinking Special Session: Excellence and Conformity in Economics: how to set the incentives straight3
27April 15, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC0.02 OfCom Special Session: Competition Issues in On-line Markets0
28April 15, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC1.01 ONS Special Session: Micro-data perspectives on the productivity puzzle3
29April 15, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC0.01 The Money, Macro and Finance Research Group Special Session: The recent decline in real interest rates: causes and consequence 4
30April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.11 Banking: Capital Requirements4
31April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.04 Crime 4
32April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.21 Economic Psychology4
33April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.08 Economic Theory: Collective Decision Making, Learning, and Evolution3
34April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.01 Education 24
35April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.18 Empirical IO 14
36April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.10 Empirical Political Economy4
37April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.20 Experimental Economics4
38April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.01 Families and the Labour Market4
39April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s2.79 Finance: Management4
40April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.02 Foreign Direct Investment4
41April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.03 Gender and Development3
42April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.05 Growth and Development: Historical Perspective3
43April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.09 Health Insurance4
44April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.03 Institutions in Developing Economies 3
45April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.17 Macro: Productivity3
46April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.09 Mechanism Design and Optimal Contracts3
47April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.13 Monetary Policy 13
48April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.02 Occupations and Tasks4
49April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.06 Pensions4
50April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.07 Structural VARs4
51April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.19 Taxation: Empirical Studies3
52April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.08 Topics in Microeconometrics3
53April 16, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.04 Trade and Labour Markets 24
54April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.10 Behavioural Theory and Experiments4
55April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.19 Business Cycles 24
56April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.09 Economic Theory: Dynamic Games4
57April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.01 Education 33
58April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.03 Family Economics4
59April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.17 Finance: Theory3
60April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.18 Topics in Empirical Finance 14
61April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.13 Forward Guidance3
62April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.05 Gender Gap 14
63April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.06 Growth and Structural Change3
64April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.02 Health Policy4
65April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.09 IO: Regulation4
66April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.02 Distributional Issues in Developing Economies4
67April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.11 Macro: Fiscal Policy 3
68April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.03 Management Practices and Productivity3
69April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.04 Peer Effects 4
70April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.07 Politics and Development 23
71April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.04 Taxation and Development4
72April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.21 Trade: Empirical Analysis 14
73April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.20 Transmission of Shocks3
74April 16, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.01 Wage Determination 14
75April 16, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC0.01 Bank of England Special Session: Preferred Habitat Investors and Unconventional Monetary Policy4
76April 16, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC1.09 Child Care and Health 4
77April 16, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC1.05 Econometrics Journal Special Session: Econometrics of Panel Data2
78April 16, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC0.04 ESCoE & Data Science Campus Special Session: Economic Measurement with Big Data3
79April 16, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC1.01 Health Behaviours 4
80April 16, 2019
17:00-18:30
Oculus OC0.02 IFS Special Session: The Returns to Higher Education4
81April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.04 Aggregate Labour Market Fluctuations4
82April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.09 Consumption and Household Behaviour4
83April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.08 Economic History4
84April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.18 Economic Theory: Information4
85April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.03 Education and Health4
86April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.02 Education: Allocation of Teachers and Students4
87April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.19 Empirical Finance: Europe4
88April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.02 Environmental Policy 3
89April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.01 Growth and Development4
90April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.07 Housing4
91April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.01 Intergenerational Mobility4
92April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.03 Topics in Labour Economics4
93April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.08 Macro: Institutions and Rents3
94April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.09 Macroprudential Policy 3
95April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC0.04 Migration 4
96April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.10 Monetary Policy 23
97April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.06 Panel Data Econometrics and Applications4
98April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.20 Political Economy: Voting3
99April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.11 Social Preferences3
100April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.13 Taxation: Theory4
101April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.17 Theoretical IO4
102April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Social Sciences s0.21 Trade: Empirical Analysis 24
103April 17, 2019
9:00-10:30
Oculus OC1.05 Violence Against Women in Developing Economies3
104April 17, 2019
12:15-13:15
Oculus OC1.05 RES Women's Committee Special Session: Women Leaders in Economics0
105April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.05 Brexit 3
106April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.13 Corporate Finance: Empirical3
107April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.03 Crime, Education, and the Labour Market4
108April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.04 Development Economics: Field Experiments4
109April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.01 Discrimination4
110April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.08 Economic Theory: Networks and Organisations3
111April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.04 Education 43
112April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.10 Empirical IO 24
113April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.09 Experimental Economics: Group Behaviour4
114April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.02 Gender Gap 23
115April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.03 Health Measurement4
116April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.17 Heterogeneous Agents in Macroeconomics4
117April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.18 Topics in Empirical Finance 23
118April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.19 Macro Finance4
119April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.21 Macro: Inequality4
120April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.06 Marriage and Fertility4
121April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.07 Measuring Welfare4
122April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.02 Media and Social Media3
123April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.20 Monetary Policy 34
124April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.08 Public Policy in Developing Economies3
125April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Social Sciences s0.11 Uncertainty in Macroeconomics3
126April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC1.09 Wage Determination 24
127April 17, 2019
13:15-14:45
Oculus OC0.01 Women's Empowerment in Developing Economies4
128April 17, 2019
15:15-16:45
Oculus OC0.03 Attitudes towards immigrants and ethnic/religious minorities: the impact of salient events and social media4
129April 17, 2019
15:15-16:45
Oculus OC0.02 CEP Special Session: Gangs, Drugs, and Murders3
130April 17, 2019
15:15-16:45
Oculus OC1.05 Economic Journal Special Session: Plan S, open access and the impact on researchers in economics3
131April 17, 2019
15:15-16:45
Oculus OC0.01 Improving the life chances of women in developing countries through adolescent intervention 3
132April 17, 2019
15:15-16:45
Oculus OC0.04 Rebuilding Macroeconomics Special Session: Macroeconomics with Real World Uncertainty4
133April 17, 2019
15:15-16:45
Oculus OC1.01 School Choice4
 

133 sessions, 470 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2019

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Asset Pricing
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s2.77
 
Session Chair: Panagiotis Tzouvanas, University of Portsmouth
 

FX Premia Around The Clock
By Ingomar Krohn; Copenhagen Business School
Philippe Mueller; University of Warwick
Paul Whelan; Copenhagen Business School
   presented by: Ingomar Krohn, Copenhagen Business School
 

The Pollution Premium
By Po-Hsuan Hsu; University of Hong Kong
Kai Li; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Chi-Yang Tsou; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
   presented by: Chi-Yang Tsou, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

Environmental Disclosure and Idiosyncratic Risk: Evidence from European manufacturing firms
By Panagiotis Tzouvanas; University of Portsmouth
Renatas Kizys; University of Portsmouth
Ioannis Chatziantoniou; University of Portsmouth
Roza Sagitova; University of Portsmouth
   presented by: Panagiotis Tzouvanas, University of Portsmouth
 
Session 2: Business Cycles 1
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.02
 
Session Chair: Jan-Philipp Dueber, University of Kent
 

Migration and business cycle dynamics
By Christoph Thoenissen; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Christoph Thoenissen, University of Sheffield
 

Product Market Reforms and the European Core-Periphery Divide
By Nauro Campos; Brunel University London
   presented by: Nauro Campos, Brunel University London
 

Blue States and Red States: Business Cycle Divergence and Risk Sharing
By David Parsley; Vanderbilt University
Helen Popper; Santa Clara University
   presented by: Helen Popper, Santa Clara University
 

Endogenous Time-Varying Volatility and Emerging Market Business Cycles
By Jan-Philipp Dueber; University of Kent
   presented by: Jan-Philipp Dueber, University of Kent
 
Session 3: Corruption
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.11
 
Session Chair: Ruben Poblete-Cazenave, University College London
 

The Economics of Political Connection: Local Bureaucrats' Career Concern versus the Corrupt Incentive
By Xiaoshu Xu; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Shaoqing Huang; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Fei Shi; Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
   presented by: Xiaoshu Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 

Voter heterogeneity and political corruption
By Aron Toth; University of Bath
   presented by: Aron Toth, University of Bath
 

Power Sharing and Political Corruption: Evidence from Kenya
By Michael Mbate; London School of Economics
   presented by: Michael Mbate, London School of Economics
 

Crime and Punishment: Do politicians in power receive special treatment in courts? Evidence from India
By Ruben Poblete-Cazenave; University College London
   presented by: Ruben Poblete-Cazenave, University College London
 
Session 4: Credit and Insurance in Developing Economies
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.04
 
Session Chair: Yingying Zhang, Lancaster University
 

Labelled Loans, Credit Constraints and Sanitation Investments
By britta augsburg; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Bet Caeyers; IFS
Sara Giunti; IFS
Bansi Malde; University of Kent
   presented by: britta augsburg, The Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Sharing Risk to Avoid Tragedy in Village Economies
By Karol Mazur; European University Institute
   presented by: Karol Mazur, European University Institute
 

Vulnerability of Households to Weather Shocks and the Mitigating Role of Workfare Programs
By Subham Kailthya; University of Reading
   presented by: Subham Kailthya, University of Reading
 

Social Pension and Labor Supply Responses-Evidence from New Rural Social Pension in China
By Yingying Zhang; Lancaster University
   presented by: Yingying Zhang, Lancaster University
 
Session 5: Economic Theory
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.10
 
Session Chair: Daniele Caliari, Queen Mary University
 

Preference intensity representation and revelation
By Georgios Gerasimou; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Georgios Gerasimou, University of St Andrews
 

Asset Demand Tests of Risk Preferences with Probability Dependent NM Indices
By Matthew Polisson; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Matthew Polisson, University of St Andrews
 

New Expected Utility Theory. The Missing Link in the Classical Axiomatic System
By Francesco Rocciolo; University of Reading
   presented by: Francesco Rocciolo, University of Reading
 

Inference of welfare from choice observations: a necessary informational property
By Daniele Caliari; Queen Mary University
   presented by: Daniele Caliari, Queen Mary University
 
Session 6: Education 1
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
 

The short- and long-term effects of student absence: Evidence from Sweden
By Sarah Cattan; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Sarah Cattan, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Schooling Endogeneity and the Rate of Return to Education: A Copula Approach.
By Peter Dolton; University of Sussex
Ali Skalli; Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2)
   presented by: Peter Dolton, University of Sussex
 

Teacher Quality and Cross-Country Differences in Student Achievements
By Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Gonzalo Zunino; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
   presented by: Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
 
Session 7: Education in Developing Economies
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Yingyan Zhao, The Pennsylvania State University
 

Education as Opportunity? The Causal Effect of Education on Labor Market Outcomes in Jordan
By Huiqiong Duan; The University of Arkansas
Daniel Hicks; University of Oklahoma
   presented by: Daniel Hicks, University of Oklahoma
 

Child Labour Response to Cash and In-kind Transfers
By Federico Tagliati; Bank of Spain
   presented by: Federico Tagliati, Bank of Spain
 

Does Class Size Matter? How, and at What Cost?
By Desire Kedagni; Iowa State University
Kala Krishna; Pennsylvania State University
Rigissa Megalokonomou; University of Queensland
Yingyan Zhao; The Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Yingyan Zhao, The Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 8: Exchange Rates
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.08
 
Session Chair: Simon Lloyd, Bank of England
 

Sudden stops, productivity and the exchange rate
By Laura Castillo Martinez; London School of Economics
   presented by: Laura Castillo Martinez, London School of Economics
 

Uncovered Interest Parity and the Yield Curve: The Long and the Short of It
By Simon Lloyd; Bank of England
Emile Marin; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Simon Lloyd, Bank of England
 
Session 9: Families and Human Capital
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Hélène Le Forner, Paris School of Economics
 

The Kindergarten Movement and the U.S. Demographic Transition
By Philipp Ager; University of Southern Denmark
Francesco Cinnirella; University of Southern Denmark
Peter Jensen; University of Southern Denmark
   presented by: Philipp Ager, University of Southern Denmark
 

The Development of Child Socio-emotional Skills: Substitutability and Complementarity
By Gloria Moroni; University of York
   presented by: Gloria Moroni, University of York
 

Parents, Schools and Human Capital Differences across Countries
By Marta De Philippis; Bank of Italy and CEP, LSE
Federico Rossi; Warwick
   presented by: Federico Rossi, Warwick
 

Child Development, Family structure, and Time investments
By Hélène Le Forner; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Hélène Le Forner, Paris School of Economics
 
Session 10: Finance
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s2.79
 
Session Chair: Tong Wang, University of Edinburgh
 

Angels in the Crowd: Evidence from Online Equity Crowdfunding
By Jingyu Zhang; Imperial College London
   presented by: Jingyu Zhang, Imperial College London
 

Currency Anomalies
By Sohnke Bartram; University of Warwick
Leslie Djuranovik; University of Warwick
Anthony Garratt; University of Warwick
   presented by: Anthony Garratt, University of Warwick
 

The Making of Financial Regulation - Voting on the U.S. Congress
By Joao Rafael Cunha; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Joao Rafael Cunha, University of St Andrews
 

Stereotype or Economic Signal: Regional Discrimination in Peer-to-Peer Lending
By Tong Wang; University of Edinburgh
Sheng Zhao; University of Edinburgh
Xin Shen; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Tong Wang, University of Edinburgh
 
Session 11: Growth
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.06
 
Session Chair: Johan Willner, Abo Akademi U
 

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

Trades, Drugs, and Guns: A two-country model with endogenous growth
By King Yoong Lim; Nottingham Trent University
Diego Morris; Nottingham Trent University
   presented by: King Yoong Lim, Nottingham Trent University
 

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

Schumpeterian growth or socialism: where governance matters
By Marcus Miller; University of Warwick
Johan Willner; Abo Akademi U
   presented by: Johan Willner, Abo Akademi U
 
Session 12: Health Economics: Empirical Analysis
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.09
 
Session Chair: Karl Taylor, University of Sheffield
 

Nutrition, WASH and Child Physical Growth
By Laura Abramovsky; Institute for Fiscal Studies
britta augsburg; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Pamela Jervis
Bansi Malde; University of Kent
Angus Phimister; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Angus Phimister, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Cooking Fuel and Early Life Health: Evidence from Kerosene to LPG Conversion Program
By Imelda Imelda; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Imelda Imelda, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

Mental Health, Reporting Bias and Economic Transitions
By Sarah Brown; University of Scheffield
Mark Harris; Curtin University
Preety Srivastava; Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Karl Taylor; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Karl Taylor, University of Sheffield
 
Session 13: Inequality
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.03
 
Session Chair: Sumaiya Rahman, University of Surrey
 

Inequality and Redistribution in France, 1990-2018: Evidence from Post-Tax Distributional National Accounts (DINA)
By Antoine Bozio; Paris school of economics
Bertrand Garbinti; Crest - Banque de France
Jonathan Goupille-L; Paris School of Economics
Malka Guillot; ETH Zürich
Thomas Piketty; Ecole d'économie de Paris
   presented by: Bertrand Garbinti, Crest - Banque de France
 

Estimation of income inequality from grouped data
By Vanesa Jorda; University of Cantabria
   presented by: Vanesa Jorda, University of Cantabria
 

Falling Absolute Intergenerational Mobility
By Jo Blanden; University of Surrey
Stephen Machin; London School of Economics
Sumaiya Rahman; University of Surrey
   presented by: Sumaiya Rahman, University of Surrey
 
Session 14: IO: Innovation and R&D
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.13
 
Session Chair: Óscar Vicente-Chirivella, Universitat de les Illes Balears
 

The role of international and domestic R&D outsourcing for firm innovation
By Maria Garcia-Vega; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Maria Garcia-Vega, University of Nottingham
 

Never Let a Good Crisis go to Waste: The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on R&D and IP Strategies
By Georg von Graevenitz; QMUL
Dietmar Harhoff; Max Planck Institute for Innovation and
Antanina Garanasvili; University of Padova
   presented by: Georg von Graevenitz, QMUL
 

THE ROLE OF THE CRISIS IN EXPORT AND R&D INTENSITY AND THEIR SYNERGIES
By Óscar Vicente-Chirivella; Universitat de les Illes Balears
   presented by: Óscar Vicente-Chirivella, Universitat de les Illes Balears
 
Session 15: Labour Market Flows and Mobility
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.19
 
Session Chair: Bert Van Landeghem, Sheffield University
 

Labour market flows: Accounting for the public sector
By Pedro Gomes; Birkbeck, University of London
   presented by: Pedro Gomes, Birkbeck, University of London
 

The Labour Market Dynamics of Households
By jonathan wadsworth; Royal Holloway University of London
   presented by: jonathan wadsworth, Royal Holloway University of London
 

Residential mobility and unemployment in the UK
By Monica Langella; Centre for Economic Performance
Alan Manning; LSE
   presented by: Monica Langella, Centre for Economic Performance
 

Numeracy and Unemployment Duration
By Thomas Dohmen; University of Bonn
Bert Van Landeghem; Sheffield University
   presented by: Bert Van Landeghem, Sheffield University
 
Session 16: Macro: Prices
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Nam Vu, Swansea University
 

Shocks vs Menu Costs: Patterns of Price Rigidity in an Estimated Multi-Sector Menu-Cost Model
By Erwan Gautier; Banque de France
Hervé Le Bihan; Banque de France
   presented by: Erwan Gautier, Banque de France
 

Cloud Computing and National Accounting
By Diane Coyle; University of Cambridge
David Nguyen; NIESR
   presented by: David Nguyen, NIESR
 

Price-setting behaviours during inflation slow-down period
By Yuriy Gorodnichenko; University of California Berkeley
Oleksandr Talavera; University of Birmingham
Mo Tian; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Mo Tian, University of Nottingham
 

Quality of Goods and Price Setting
By Yuriy Gorodnichenko; University of California Berkeley
Oleksandr Talavera; University of Birmingham
Nam Vu; Swansea University
   presented by: Nam Vu, Swansea University
 
Session 17: Macroeconomic Theory
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.07
 
Session Chair: Zhesheng Qiu, City University of Hong Kong
 

Endogenously (Non-)Ricardian Beliefs
By William Branch; University of California, Irvine
Emanuel Gasteiger; Freie Universität Berlin
   presented by: Emanuel Gasteiger, Freie Universität Berlin
 

Inflation expectations and uncertainty attitudes
By Dmitri Vinogradov; University of Glasgow
Michael Lamla; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Dmitri Vinogradov, University of Glasgow
 

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

Level-k DSGE and Monetary Policy
By Zhesheng Qiu; City University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Zhesheng Qiu, City University of Hong Kong
 
Session 18: Politics and Development 1
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.17
 
Session Chair: Anindya Bhattacharya, University of York
 

Competence vs. Loyalty: Political survival and electoral fraud in Russia's regions 2000--2012
By Christoph Koenig; University of Bristol
   presented by: Christoph Koenig, University of Bristol
 

Public Good Allocation and the Welfare Costs of Political Connections: Evidence from Brazilian Matching Grants
By Michel Dummar Azulai; LSE
   presented by: Michel Dummar Azulai, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Local institutional structure and clientelistic access to employment: the case of MGNREGS in three states of India
By Anindya Bhattacharya; University of York
   presented by: Anindya Bhattacharya, University of York
 
Session 19: Redistribution and Insurance in the UK
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Mike Brewer, University of Essex
 

The role of the UK taxes and benefit system in smoothing income shocks
By Silvia Avram; University of Essex
Mike Brewer; University of Essex
   presented by: Silvia Avram, University of Essex
 

The distributional impact of Universal Credit: a life-time perspective
By Mike Brewer; University of Essex
Robert Joyce; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Tom Waters; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Joseph Woods; IFS
   presented by: Tom Waters, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Household Income Volatility in the UK and the role of the tax and benefit system, 2009-2016
By Silvia Avram; University of Essex
Mike Brewer; University of Essex
Nick Buck; University of Essex
Paul Fisher; University of Essex
Laura Fumagalli; University of Essex
   presented by: Mike Brewer, University of Essex
 
Session 20: Social Interactions
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Lingqing Jiang, University of Essex
 

Ethnic enclaves and cultural behavior: Quasi-experimental evidence
By Pascal Achard; European University Institute
   presented by: Pascal Achard, European University Institute
 

Spillovers in Social Program Participation: Evidence from Chile
By Pedro Carneiro; UCL
Aureo de Paula; University College London
Barbara Flores; University College London
Emanuela Galasso; World Bank
Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
   presented by: Rita Ginja, University of Bergen
 

Branching Out the Babytree: Spillovers of Social Support During Pregnancy in Online Communities
By Lingqing Jiang; University of Essex
   presented by: Lingqing Jiang, University of Essex
 
Session 21: Sovereign Debt
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.03
 
Session Chair: Adriana Cobas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
 

Real Effects of Financial Distress: The Role of Heterogeneity
By Sudipto Karmakar; Bank of England
   presented by: Sudipto Karmakar, Bank of England
 

Sovereign Debt, Collateral Policy, and Default Risk
By Matthias Kaldorf; University of Cologne
Joost Roettger; University of Cologne
   presented by: Matthias Kaldorf, University of Cologne
 

Optimal Taxation and Debt Management without Commitment
By Davide Debortoli; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, CREI and BGSE
Ricardo Nunes; University of Surrey
Pierre Yared; Columbia University
   presented by: Ricardo Nunes, University of Surrey
 

Coordinating the haircut. A model of sovereign debt restructuring at secondary markets.
By Adriana Cobas; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
   presented by: Adriana Cobas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
 
Session 22: Trade and Labour Markets 1
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.20
 
Session Chair: Lenka Wildnerova, ENS Cachan
 

Trade and Minimum Wages in General Equilibrium: Theory and Evidence
By Xue Bai; Brock University
Arpita Chatterjee; University of New South Wales
Kala Krishna; Pennsylvania State University
hong ma; Tsinghua Univerisity
   presented by: Arpita Chatterjee, University of New South Wales
 

A Coordination and Transmission Tale about Labor Market Reforms in Europe
By Povilas Lastauskas; CEFER
Julius Stakenas; Bank of Lithuania
   presented by: Povilas Lastauskas, CEFER
 

Immigrant workers and Exports opportunities
By Léa Marchal; IfW Kiel
Lenka Wildnerova; ENS Cachan
   presented by: Lenka Wildnerova, ENS Cachan
 
Session 23: Trade: Multiproduct Firms
April 15, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.18
 
Session Chair: Yuko Imura, Bank of Canada
 

Multiproduct Exporters: Learning and Knowing
By Kala Krishna; Pennsylvania State University
Lena Sheveleva; Cardiff Business School
   presented by: Lena Sheveleva, Cardiff Business School
 

Comparative Advantage, Competition, and Firm Heterogeneity
By Hanwei Huang; London School of Economics/Centre for Ec
   presented by: Hanwei Huang, UCL/City University of Hong Kong
 

Reassessing Trade Barriers with Global Value Chains
By Yuko Imura; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Yuko Imura, Bank of Canada
 
Session 24: A Fiscal Studies Special Session: Savings and Wealth Inequality
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Alex Michaelides, Imperial College London
 

Couples’ and Singles’ Savings After Retirement
By Mariacristina De Nardi; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Eric French; University College London
John Jones; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Rory McGee; University College London/IFS
   presented by: Rory McGee, University College London/IFS
 

Housing Affordability and Shared Equity Mortgages
By Matteo Benetton; Berkeley Haas
Philippe Bracke; Bank of England
Joao Cocco; London Business School
Nicola Garbarino; Bank of England
   presented by: Joao Cocco, London Business School
 

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

Inflation, Money Demand and Portfolio Choice
By Kosuke Aoki; University of Tokyo
Alex Michaelides; Imperial College London
Kalin Nikolov; European Central Bank
   presented by: Alex Michaelides, Imperial College London
 
Session 25: Institute for New Economic Thinking Special Session: Excellence and Conformity in Economics: how to set the incentives straight
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Robert Johnson, President of the Institute for New Economic Thinking
 

The Pursuit of Top Five Publications
By James Heckman; University of Chicago
   presented by: James Heckman, University of Chicago
 

On the influence of journals
By Sanjeev Goyal; University of Cambridge, The Cambridge-INET Institute
   presented by: Sanjeev Goyal, University of Cambridge, The Cambridge-INET Institute
 

The Evaluation of Economic Research: Incentives and Constraint
By Giulia Zacchia; Sapienza University of Rome
   presented by: Giulia Zacchia, Sapienza University of Rome
 

Discussants:
     1 Marina Della Giusta, University of Reading
     2 Giuseppe Fontana, University of Leeds, Leeds University Business School
     3 Orsola Costantini, Institute for New Economic Thinking
 
Session 26: The Money, Macro and Finance Research Group Special Session: The recent decline in real interest rates: causes and consequence
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Paul Mizen, University of Nottingham
 

Global Real Rates: A Secular Approach
By Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas; UC Berkeley
Helene Rey; London Business School
   presented by: Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, UC Berkeley
 

Why So Low For So Long? A Long-Term View of Real Interest Rates
By Claudio Borio; Bank for International Settlements
Piti Disyatat; Bank of Thailand
Mikael Juselius; Bank of Finland
Phurichai Rungcharoenkitkul; BIS
   presented by: Phurichai Rungcharoenkitkul, BIS
 

Demographics and Real Interest Rates Across Countries and Over Time
By Carlos Carvalho; Central Bank of Brazil and PUC-Rio
Andrea Ferrero; University of Oxford
Fernanda Nechio; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Felipe Ruiz Mazin; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Andrea Ferrero, University of Oxford
 

Decomposing the Drivers of Global R*
By Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi; Bank of England
Richard Harrison; Bank of England
Rana Sajedi; Bank of England
   presented by: Richard Harrison, Bank of England
 
Session 27: ONS Special Session: Micro-data perspectives on the productivity puzzle
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Jonathan Haskel, Imperial College Business School
 

Changing Business Dynamism and Productivity: Shocks vs. Responsiveness
By Javier Miranda; US Census Bureau
   presented by: Javier Miranda, US Census Bureau
 

The international dimension to the productivity puzzle: evidence from micro-data
By Chiara Criscuolo; LSE and OECD
   presented by: Chiara Criscuolo, LSE and OECD
 

UK Trade and productivity: new findings
By Philip Wales; ONS
   presented by: Philip Wales, ONS
 
Session 28: OfCom Special Session: Competition Issues in On-line Markets
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Luisa Affuso, Chief Economist - Ofcom
 

Discussants:
     1 Fabien Curto Millet, Director of Economics at Google
     2 Amelia Fletcher, UEA
     3 Justus Haucap, Director of the Dusseldorf University Institute for Competition Economics
 
Session 29: Econometrics for Panel and Network Data
April 15, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Mingli Chen, University of Warwick
 

Identifying distributions in a panel model with heteroskedasticity: an application to earnings volatility
By Irene Botosaru; University of Bristol
   presented by: Irene Botosaru, University of Bristol
 

Binarization for Panel Models with Fixed Effects
By Irene Botosaru; University of Bristol
Chris Muris; University of Bristol
   presented by: Chris Muris, University of Bristol
 

Network and Panel Quantile Effects Via Distribution Regression
By Victor Chernozhukov; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ivan Fernandez-Val; Boston University
Martin Weidner; University College London
   presented by: Martin Weidner, University College London
 

Modeling Networks via Sparse Beta Model
By Mingli Chen; University of Warwick
Kengo Kato; Cornell University
Chenlei Leng; University of Warwick
   presented by: Mingli Chen, University of Warwick
 
Session 30: Banking: Capital Requirements
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.11
 
Session Chair: Silvina Rubio, University of Bristol
 

Bank capital and liquidity transformation
By Jonathan Acosta Smith; Bank of England
Guillaume Arnould; University Paris I - Sorbonne
Kristoffer Milonas; Bank of England
Quynh-Anh Vo; Bank of England
   presented by: Guillaume Arnould, University Paris I - Sorbonne
 

Banks with Hidden Negative Capital: De Jure Active but De Facto Dead?
By Alexander Kostrov; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Alexander Kostrov, University of St. Gallen
 

Bank funding costs and capital structure
By Andrew Gimber; Bank of England
Aniruddha Rajan; Bank of England
   presented by: Aniruddha Rajan, Bank of England
 

Regulatory capital management to exceed thresholds
By Luciana Orozco; University of Carlos III of Madrid
Silvina Rubio; University of Bristol
   presented by: Silvina Rubio, University of Bristol
 
Session 31: Crime
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Theodore Koutmeridis, University of Glasgow
 

The US Opioid Epidemic: Prescription Opioids, Labour Market and Crime
By Claudio Deiana; European Commission
Ludovica Giua; European Commission
   presented by: Ludovica Giua, European Commission
 

Illegal Drugs and Public Corruption: Crack Based Evidence from California
By Alessandro Flamini; University of Pavia
Babak Jahanshahi; University of Edinburgh
Kamiar Mohaddes; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Babak Jahanshahi, University of Edinburgh
 

Understanding Interpersonal Violence: the Impact of Temperatures in Mexico
By Francois Cohen; University of Oxford
Fidel Gonzalez; Sam Houston State University
   presented by: Francois Cohen, University of Oxford
 

Shaking Criminal Incentives
By Yu Aoki; University of Aberdeen and IZA
Theodore Koutmeridis; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Theodore Koutmeridis, University of Glasgow
 
Session 32: Economic Psychology
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.21
 
Session Chair: Andis Sofianos, University of Heidelberg
 

Estimating the Causal Influence of Money on Human Happiness and Wellbeing
By Andrew J. Oswald; University of Warwick
   presented by: Andrew J. Oswald, University of Warwick
 

Incentives, stress, and sorting
By Tom Stolp; Maastricht University
   presented by: Tom Stolp, Maastricht University
 

Was Banfield right? New insights from a nationwide laboratory experiment
By Pierluigi Conzo; University of Turin & Collegio Carlo Alberto
Arnstein Aassve; Bocconi University
Francesco Mattioli; Bocconi University
   presented by: Pierluigi Conzo, University of Turin & Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

Self-reported & Revealed Trust: Experimental Evidence
By Andis Sofianos; University of Heidelberg
   presented by: Andis Sofianos, University of Heidelberg
 
Session 33: Economic Theory: Collective Decision Making, Learning, and Evolution
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.08
 
Session Chair: Mikhail Freer, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
 

Forming Coalitions with Binding Agreements in Contests
By Saish Nevrekar; Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
   presented by: Saish Nevrekar, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research
 

Cultural Transmission with Incomplete Information: Parental Self-Efficacy and Group Misrepresentation
By Sebastiano Della Lena; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Fabrizio Panebianco; Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano
   presented by: Fabrizio Panebianco, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano
 

Stable marriage with children: child custody and intrahousehold sharing
By Mikhail Freer; Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Khushboo Surana; University of Leuven
   presented by: Mikhail Freer, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
 
Session 34: Education 2
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela, London School of Economics
 

Can selection work for everyone? Human capital consequences of missing out on a grammar school education.
By Chiara Pastore; University of York
Andrew Jones; University of York
   presented by: Chiara Pastore, University of York
 

Do Apprenticeships Pay? Evidence for England
By Chiara Cavaglia; London School of Economics
Sandra McNally; University of Surrey
Guglielmo Ventura; London School of Economics
   presented by: Sandra McNally, University of Surrey
 

The Long Term Effects of Delayed School-going Age: Evidence from Indonesia
By Arya Gaduh; University of Arkansas
Saurabh Singhal; Lancaster University
   presented by: Saurabh Singhal, Lancaster University
 

Where versus What: Estimating the Value-added of Further Education Colleges and the Returns to Field of Study in England
By Esteban Aucejo; Arizona State University
Claudia Hupkau; CEP - LSE
Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela; London School of Economics
   presented by: Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela, London School of Economics
 
Session 35: Empirical IO 1
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.18
 
Session Chair: Sherry Wu, Indiana University
 

Passing the Hot Potato, Above or Sideways? Workflows in Multidivisional Firms
By Miguel Espinosa
   presented by: Miguel Espinosa,
 

Vertical Integration and Collusive Pricing: An Empirical Analysis of the U.S. Carbonated Soft Drink Industry
By Takanori Adachi; Nagoya University
   presented by: Takanori Adachi, Nagoya University
 

Does Vertical Integration Facilitate Upstream Collusion? An Empirical Study
By Masato Nishiwaki; Osaka U
   presented by: Masato Nishiwaki, Osaka U
 

Adaptation or Death? Bookstore Chains Meet Online Competition
By Sherry Wu; Indiana University
   presented by: Sherry Wu, Indiana University
 
Session 36: Empirical Political Economy
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.10
 
Session Chair: Sultan Mehmood, University of Paris Dauphine and Paris School of Economics
 

Party Formation in Parliamentary Democracies
By Selcen Cakir; University of Virginia
   presented by: Selcen Cakir, University of Virginia
 

Wealth inequality and political preferences:evidence from the housing price boom in England and Wales.
By Marta Schoch; University of Sussex
   presented by: Marta Schoch, University of Sussex
 

Can Money Buy EU Love?
By Jan Fidrmuc; Brunel University
Martin Hulenyi; Government Office of the Slovak Republic
Cigdem Tunali; Istanbul Universitesi
   presented by: Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University
 

Judiciary’s Achilles Heel: Executive Control via Appointment Power
By Sultan Mehmood; University of Paris Dauphine and Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Sultan Mehmood, University of Paris Dauphine and Paris School of Economics
 
Session 37: Experimental Economics
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.20
 
Session Chair: Luca Savorelli, University of St. Andrews
 

Risky Decisions and the Opportunity Cost of Time
By Sven Resnjanskij; ifo Institute
Jan Hausfeld; University of Konstanz
   presented by: Sven Resnjanskij, ifo Institute
 

Costly Superstitious Beliefs: Experimental Evidence
By Ya'akov Bayer; Ben Gurion University
   presented by: Ya'akov Bayer, Ben Gurion University
 

Heads we both win, tails only you lose: the effect of limited liability on risk-taking in financial decision making
By Steffen Ahrens; Technische Universität Berlin
Ciril Bosch-Rosa; Technical University Berlin
   presented by: Steffen Ahrens, Technische Universität Berlin
 

Bottom-up rules and recognition in the workplace: a natural field experiment.
By Luca Savorelli; University of St. Andrews
GIULIO ECCHIA; University of Bologna
Raimondello Orsini; University of Bologna
   presented by: Luca Savorelli, University of St. Andrews
 
Session 38: Families and the Labour Market
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Natalia Zinovyeva, Aalto University
 

The Risk of Job Loss, Household Formation and Housing Demand: Evidence from Differences in Severance Payments
By Cristina Barcelo; Banco de España
Ernesto Villanueva; Banco de España
   presented by: Cristina Barcelo, Banco de España
 

The division of housework between partners. Does gender identity matter?
By Danilo Cavapozzi; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Cheti Nicoletti; University of York
   presented by: Cheti Nicoletti, University of York
 

Partners Match, and then the Couple Decides: An empirical analysis of couples' labour supply in the UK
By Melisa Sayli; University of York
   presented by: Melisa Sayli, University of York
 

Gender Identity, Co-Working Spouses and Relative Income Within Households
By Natalia Zinovyeva; Aalto University
Maryna Tverdostup; University of Innsbruck
   presented by: Natalia Zinovyeva, Aalto University
 
Session 39: Finance: Management
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s2.79
 
Session Chair: Konstantin Wagner, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 

Recession CEOs and bank risk taking
By MIN HUA; Swansea University
Wei Song; Swansea University
Oleksandr Talavera; University of Birmingham
   presented by: MIN HUA, Swansea University
 

Insider trading and voluntary nonfinancial disclosures
By Guanming He; Durham University
   presented by: Guanming He, Durham University
 

Managing for a Rainy Day? Precautionary Savings and Managerial Quality
By Isabelle Roland; University of Oxford
   presented by: Isabelle Roland, University of Oxford
 

Effectiveness and (In)Efficiencies of Compensation Regulation: Evidence from the EU Banker Bonus Cap
By Stefano Colonnello; Halle Institute for Economic Research
Michael Koetter; Halle Institute for Economic Research
Konstantin Wagner; Halle Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Konstantin Wagner, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 
Session 40: Foreign Direct Investment
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Gautham Udupa, University of Houston
 

Foreign Direct Investment and Knowledge Diffusion in Poor Locations: Evidence from Ethiopia
By Girum Abebe; Ethiopian Development Research Institute
Margaret McMillan; Tufts University and IFPRI
Michel Serafinelli; University of Essex
   presented by: Michel Serafinelli, University of Essex
 

Foreign Direct Investment and Debt Financing in Emerging Economies
By Paul Luk; Hong Kong Baptist University
   presented by: Paul Luk, Hong Kong Baptist University
 

Multinational Firms, Trade, and the Trade-Comovement Puzzle
By Gautham Udupa; University of Houston
   presented by: Gautham Udupa, University of Houston
 

Bought, Sold and Bought Again. The Impact of Complex Value Chains on Export Elasticities.
By Francois de Soyres; World Bank
Erik Frohm; Sveriges Riksbank
Vanessa Gunnella; European Central Bank
   presented by: Francois de Soyres, World Bank
 
Session 41: Gender and Development
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.03
 
Session Chair: Ericka Rascon-Ramirez, Middlesex University
 

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
 

Land tenure, Gender, and Productivity in Ethiopia and Tanzania
By Tigist Melesse; The World Bank
   presented by: Tigist Melesse, The World Bank
 

Gender Differences in Fertility and Risky Sexual Behavior: The Effect of Hard and Soft Skills
By Ericka Rascon-Ramirez; Middlesex University
   presented by: Ericka Rascon-Ramirez, Middlesex University
 
Session 42: Growth and Development: Historical Perspective
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Vigyan Ratnoo, University of York
 

Community Origins of Entrepreneurship in 19th Century Indian Cotton Textile Industry
By BISHNUPRIYA GUPTA; University of Warwick
   presented by: BISHNUPRIYA GUPTA, University of Warwick
 

Disease and Demographic Development: The Legacy of the Black Death
By Fabian Siuda; ifo Institute
Uwe Sunde; University of Munich (LMU)
   presented by: Fabian Siuda, ifo Institute
 

Institutions, railways and rural development in India
By Vigyan Ratnoo; University of York
   presented by: Vigyan Ratnoo, University of York
 
Session 43: Health Insurance
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Gabriella Conti,
 

Does Insurance for Treatment Crowd Out Prevention? Evidence from Diabetics' Insulin Usage
By Daniel Kaliski; University of Oxford
   presented by: Daniel Kaliski, University of Oxford
 

The Impacts of Health Insurance on Readmissions: Evidence from Heart Attack Patients on Medicare
By Ines Lee; University of Oxford
   presented by: Ines Lee, University of Oxford
 

Does Health Insurance Make People Happier? Evidence from Massachusetts’ Healthcare Reform
By Seonghoon Kim; Singapore Management University
Kanghyock Koh; Ulsan National Institute of Sci&Tech
   presented by: Seonghoon Kim, Singapore Management University
 

The Value of Health Insurance: A Household Job Search Approach
By Gabriella Conti
Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
Renata Narita; University of Sao Paulo
   presented by: Gabriella Conti,
 
Session 44: Institutions in Developing Economies
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.03
 
Session Chair: Muhammad Haseeb, University of Warwick
 

The elusive quest for additionality
By Patrick Carter; CDC Group
Nicolas Van de Sijpe; University of Sheffield
Raphael Calel; Georgetown University
   presented by: Nicolas Van de Sijpe, University of Sheffield
 

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

Scarcity and Inter-Village Cooperation
By Muhammad Haseeb; University of Warwick
   presented by: Muhammad Haseeb, University of Warwick
 
Session 45: Macro: Productivity
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.17
 
Session Chair: Fergus Cumming,
 

Leisure-enhancing technological change
By Lukasz Rachel; LSE
   presented by: Lukasz Rachel, LSE
 

Skilled and unskilled labour: Are they worth their weight in growth?
By Veridiana Nogueira; University of Essex
   presented by: Veridiana Nogueira, University of Essex
 

Which Idiosyncratic Shocks Cause Aggregate Volatility?
By Fergus Cumming
   presented by: Fergus Cumming,
 
Session 46: Mechanism Design and Optimal Contracts
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.09
 
Session Chair: Radoslawa Nikolowa, Queen Mary University of London
 

Essentially Stable Matchings
By Peter Troyan; University of Virginia
David Delacretaz; University of Oxford
Andrew Kloosterman; University of Virginia
   presented by: David Delacretaz, University of Oxford
 

A Geometric Approach to the Complexity of Mechanisms
By Angel Hernando-Veciana; Durham University Business School
   presented by: Angel Hernando-Veciana, Durham University Business School
 

How to Sell Jobs
By Daniel Ferreira; London School of Economics
Radoslawa Nikolowa; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Radoslawa Nikolowa, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 47: Monetary Policy 1
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.13
 
Session Chair: Cep Jandi Anwar, University of Leicester
 

The Missing Link: Monetary Policy and The Labor Share
By Cristiano Cantore; Bank of England
Filippo Ferroni; Chicago FED
Miguel Leon-Ledesma; University of Kent
   presented by: Cristiano Cantore, Bank of England
 

Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices
By Paul Beaudry; University of British Columbia
Franck Portier; University College London
   presented by: Franck Portier, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole
 

Central Bank Independence (CBI) and Inflation in Developing Countries: The case of Heterogeneity
By Cep Jandi Anwar; University of Leicester
   presented by: Cep Jandi Anwar, University of Leicester
 
Session 48: Occupations and Tasks
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.02
 
Session Chair: Eman Abdulla, The University of Manchester
 

Labor Market Polarization in a System of Cities: The Case of France
By Donald Davis; Columbia University
Eric Mengus; HEC Paris
Tomasz Michalski; HEC Paris
   presented by: Tomasz Michalski, HEC Paris
 

Are Routine Jobs Moving South? Changes in Occupational Composition of Employment in the U.S. and Mexico
By Diego Morris; Nottingham Business School
Matias Cortes; York University
   presented by: Diego Morris, Nottingham Business School
 

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

Occupational transitions over the business cycle
By Eman Abdulla; The University of Manchester
   presented by: Eman Abdulla, The University of Manchester
 
Session 49: Pensions
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.06
 
Session Chair: Jonathan Huntley, Penn Wharton Budget Model
 

The effect of automatic enrolment on employees working for small employers
By Jonathan Cribb; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Carl Emmerson; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Jonathan Cribb, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Price discrimination in the cash savings market: One rate, one solution?
By Gaber Burnik; Financial Conduct Authority
Tommaso Majer; Financial Conduct Authority
   presented by: Gaber Burnik, Financial Conduct Authority
 

Does Sending Letters Increase the Take-up of Social Benefits? Evidence from a New Benefit Program
By Tuomas Matikka; VATT Institute for Economic Reasearch
Tuuli Paukkeri; VATT Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Tuuli Paukkeri, VATT Institute for Economic Research
 

Chasing Returns in Retirement Accounts: Do Learning, Literacy, and Experience Matter?
By Jonathan Huntley; Penn Wharton Budget Model
Valentina Michelangeli; Bank of Italy
Felix Reichling; Penn Wharton Budget Model
   presented by: Jonathan Huntley, Penn Wharton Budget Model
 
Session 50: Structural VARs
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.07
 
Session Chair: Thore Schlaak, DIW Berlin
 

Identification with External Instruments in Structural VARs under Partial Invertibility
By Silvia Miranda-Agrippino; Bank of England
Giovanni Ricco; University of Warwick
   presented by: Giovanni Ricco, University of Warwick
 

Estimation of monthly business turnover using administrative data in the UK
By Paul Labonne; King's College London
Martin Weale; King's College London
   presented by: Paul Labonne, King's College London
 

Robust Shrinkage for Set-Identified SVARs
By Alessio Volpicella; Queen Mary University
   presented by: Alessio Volpicella, Queen Mary University
 

Monetary Policy, External Instruments and Heteroskedasticity
By Maximilian Podstawski; DIW Berlin
Malte Rieth; DIW Berlin
Thore Schlaak; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Thore Schlaak, DIW Berlin
 
Session 51: Taxation: Empirical Studies
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.19
 
Session Chair: Federica Liberini, ETH Zurich
 

Information, Fiscal Capacity, and Tax Enforcement: An Experimental Evaluation
By Miguel Almunia; CUNEF
   presented by: Miguel Almunia, CUNEF
 

Tax Cuts Starve the Beast! Evidence from Germany
By Daniel Stöhlker; ifo Institute
   presented by: Daniel Stöhlker, ifo Institute
 

The Taxman Calls. How Does Facebook Answer? Global Effects of Taxation on Online Advertising
By Andrea Lassmann; ETH Zurich
Federica Liberini; ETH Zurich
Antonio Russo; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Federica Liberini, ETH Zurich
 
Session 52: Topics in Microeconometrics
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.08
 
Session Chair: Dmitry Arkhangelsky, CEMFI
 

Simultaneous mean-variance regression
By Sami Stouli; University of Bristol
   presented by: Sami Stouli, University of Bristol
 

Matching Estimators with Few Treated and Many Control Observations
By Bruno Ferman; Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
   presented by: Bruno Ferman, Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV
 

Dealing with a Technological Bias: The Difference-in-Difference Approach
By Dmitry Arkhangelsky; CEMFI
   presented by: Dmitry Arkhangelsky, CEMFI
 
Session 53: Trade and Labour Markets 2
April 16, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.04
 
Session Chair: Anwar Adem, Lancaster University
 

Chinese Imports, Worker Flows, and Labour Market Institutions
By Hedieh Aghelmaleki; Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Ronald Bachmann; RWI
Joel Stiebale; Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)
   presented by: Hedieh Aghelmaleki, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
 

The Exposure of Different Occupation Groups and Local Labour Markets to Brexit
By Peter Levell; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Peter Levell, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

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

Distributional Effects of Import Shocks on the Local Labour Market of the UK
By Anwar Adem; Lancaster University
   presented by: Anwar Adem, Lancaster University
 
Session 54: Behavioural Theory and Experiments
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.10
 
Session Chair: Moritz Mosenhauer,
 

A theory of esteem based peer pressure
By Fabrizio Adriani; University of Leicester
Silvia Sonderegger; Notthingham
   presented by: Fabrizio Adriani, University of Leicester
 

Exploring the Role of Choice Complexity through the Common Ratio Effect in Monetary and Non-Monetary Domains
By Danae Arroyos Calvera
Andrea Isoni; University of Warwick
Graham Loomes; University of Warwick
Rebecca McDonald; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Danae Arroyos Calvera,
 

Ignoring Good Advice
By David Ronayne; University of Oxford
Daniel Sgroi; University of Warwick
   presented by: Daniel Sgroi, University of Warwick
 

Salience and Management-by-Exception
By Moritz Mosenhauer
   presented by: Moritz Mosenhauer,
 
Session 55: Business Cycles 2
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.19
 
Session Chair: Shuonan Zhang, The University of Manchester
 

Credit Demand Shocks and the Business Cycle.
By Richard Kima; University of Southampton
   presented by: Richard Kima, University of Southampton
 

When Creativity Strikes: News Shocks and Business Cycle Fluctuations
By Kristina Bluwstein; Bank of England
Sinem Hacioglu Hoke; Bank of England
Silvia Miranda-Agrippino; Bank of England
   presented by: Sinem Hacioglu Hoke, Bank of England
 

Economies of Scale and International Business Cycles
By Daisoon Kim; London Business School and University of Washington
   presented by: Daisoon Kim, London Business School
 

Financial development and innovation: A DSGE comparison of Chinese and US business cycles
By M. Emranul Haque; The University of Manchester
Paul Middleditch; University of Manchester
Shuonan Zhang; The University of Manchester
   presented by: Shuonan Zhang, The University of Manchester
 
Session 56: Economic Theory: Dynamic Games
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.09
 
Session Chair: Anil Yildizparlak, Durham University Business School
 

Strategic Experimentation with Asymmetric Players
By Kaustav Das; University of Exeter Business School
Nicolas Klein; University of Montreal
Katahrina Schmid; Self employed
   presented by: Kaustav Das, University of Exeter Business School
 

Dynamic Campaign Spending
By Avidit Acharya; Stanford
Edoardo Grillo; Collegio Carlo Alberto
Takuo Sugaya; Stanford University
Eray Turkel; Stanford University
   presented by: Edoardo Grillo, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

Strongly Symmetric Equilibria in Bandit Games
By Johannes Horner; Yale University
Nicolas Klein; University of Montreal
Sven Rady; University of Bonn
   presented by: Nicolas Klein, University of Montreal
 

The use of conflict as a bargaining tool
By Santiago Sanchez-Pages; King's College London
Anil Yildizparlak; Durham University Business School
   presented by: Anil Yildizparlak, Durham University Business School
 
Session 57: Education 3
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Emma Gorman, Lancaster University
 

Can Affirmative Action Affect Major Choice?
By Fernanda Estevan; FGV EESP
Thomas Gall; University of Southampton
Louis-Philippe Morin; University of Ottawa
   presented by: Thomas Gall, University of Southampton
 

Teacher Discretion in Educational Tracking
By Jaap Abbring; Tilburg University
Renata Rabovic; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Jaap Abbring, Tilburg University
 

The Causal Effects of School Bullying Victimisation as an Adolescent on Later Life Outcomes
By Emma Gorman; Lancaster University
Colm Harmon; University of Sydney
Silvia Mendolia; University of Wollongong
Anita Staneva; The University of Sydney
Ian Walker; Lancaster University
   presented by: Emma Gorman, Lancaster University
 
Session 58: Family Economics
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.03
 
Session Chair: Yifan Kang, University of Ottawa
 

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

The Impact of Unemployment on Child Maltreatment in the United States
By Daniel Brown; University of Oxford
Elisabetta De Cao; London School of Economics
   presented by: Elisabetta De Cao, London School of Economics
 

Early-life Adverse Shocks, Son Preference and Gender Inequalities In Later life
By Wei Huang; National University of Singapore
Wei Luo; HKUST
Albert Park; HKUST
   presented by: Wei Luo, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 

Sex Ratios, Sexual Infidelity, and Sexually Transmitted Infections: Evidence from the United Kingdom and Wales
By Yifan Kang; University of Ottawa
   presented by: Yifan Kang, University of Ottawa
 
Session 59: Finance: Theory
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.17
 
Session Chair: Lukas Voellmy, Study Center Gerzensee (Swiss National Bank foundation)
 

Blockholder Disclosure Thresholds and Hedge Fund Activism
By Dan Bernhardt; University of Illinois
Guillem Ordonez-Calafi; University of Bristol
   presented by: Guillem Ordonez-Calafi, University of Bristol
 

Endogenous Market Structure: Over-the-Counter versus Exchange Trading
By Ji Hee Yoon; University College London
   presented by: Ji Hee Yoon, University College London
 

Preventing Bank Panics with Fees and Gates
By Lukas Voellmy; Study Center Gerzensee (Swiss National Bank)
   presented by: Lukas Voellmy, Study Center Gerzensee (Swiss National Bank foundation)
 
Session 60: Topics in Empirical Finance 1
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.18
 
Session Chair: Simone Emiliozzi, Banca d'Italia
 

Detecting Regimes of Predictability in the U.S. Equity Premium
By Robert Sollis; Newcastle University
   presented by: Robert Sollis, Newcastle University
 

Regularising the factor zoo with OWL: a Correlation-Robust Machine Learning Approach
By Chuanping Sun; Queen Mary, University of London
   presented by: Chuanping Sun, Queen Mary, University of London
 

Global Market Inefficiencies
By Sohnke Bartram; University of Warwick
Mark Grinblatt; UCLA Anderson
   presented by: Sohnke Bartram, University of Warwick
 

News and Consumer Card Payments
By Guerino Ardizzi; Banca d'Italia
Simone Emiliozzi; Banca d'Italia
Juri Marcucci
Libero Monteforte; Parliamentary Budget Office
   presented by: Simone Emiliozzi, Banca d'Italia
 
Session 61: Forward Guidance
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.13
 
Session Chair: Nikolaos Kokonas, University of Bath
 

Interest Rate Spreads and Forward Guidance
By Christian Bredemeier; University of Cologne
Christoph Kaufmann; European Central Bank
Andreas Schabert; University of Cologne
   presented by: Christoph Kaufmann, European Central Bank
 

The Signalling Channel of Negative Interest Rates
By Oliver de Groot; University of St Andrews
Alexander Haas; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Alexander Haas, DIW Berlin
 

Central Bank Communication and Inflation
By Nikolaos Kokonas; University of Bath
   presented by: Nikolaos Kokonas, University of Bath
 
Session 62: Gender Gap 1
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Estefania Galvan, Aix-Marseille University
 

Working At Home and the Female Wage Penalty: Flexible Working Arrangements Can Be Costly
By Amairisa Kouki; Royal Holloway University of London
Robert Sauer; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Amairisa Kouki, Royal Holloway University of London
 

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

The Gender Gap in Earnings Between and Within Firms: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data
By Alessandra Casarico; Universita' Bocconi
Salvatore Lattanzio; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Salvatore Lattanzio, University of Cambridge
 

Gender norms and labour supply: Identifying heterogeneous patterns across groups of women
By Estefania Galvan; Aix-Marseille University
Cecilia Garcia-Penalosa; Aix Marseille University
   presented by: Estefania Galvan, Aix-Marseille University
 
Session 63: Growth and Structural Change
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.06
 
Session Chair: Antonin Bergeaud, Banque de France
 

Rural exodus and fertility at the time of industrialization
By Thomas Baudin; IESEG School of Management
Robert Stelter; Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
   presented by: Thomas Baudin, IESEG School of Management
 

A theory of structural change that can fit the data.
By Simon Alder; University of North Carolina at Chapel H
Timo Boppart; Stockholm University
Andreas Mueller; University of Essex
   presented by: Andreas Mueller, University of Essex
 

The Inverted-U Relationship Between Credit Access and Productivity Growth
By Antonin Bergeaud; Banque de France
Philippe Aghion; College de France
Gilbert CETTE; Banque de France
Remy Lecat; Banque de France
Helene Maghion; Sciences Po
   presented by: Antonin Bergeaud, Banque de France
 
Session 64: Health Policy
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.02
 
Session Chair: Elena Lucchese, University of Bologna
 

Inequality in Life Expectancies Across Europe
By Radim Bohacek
Jesus Bueren; cemfi
Laura Crespo; Bank of Spain
Pedro Mira; CEMFI
Josep Pijoan-Mas; CEMFI
   presented by: Josep Pijoan-Mas, CEMFI
 

Are Public Hospitals Overcrowded? Evidence from Trauma and Orthopaedics in England
By Thomas Hoe; Cornell University
   presented by: Thomas Hoe, Cornell University
 

Effects of Market Structure and Patient Choice on Hospital Quality for Elective Patients
By Giuseppe Moscelli; University of Surrey
Hugh Gravelle; University of York
Luigi Siciliani; University of York
   presented by: Giuseppe Moscelli, University of Surrey
 

Ambulances get lost: the problem of patient localization in emergency
By Elena Lucchese; University of Bologna
   presented by: Elena Lucchese, University of Bologna
 
Session 65: IO: Regulation
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Oleksandr Talavera, University of Birmingham
 

CARTEL BREAKDOWN AND MINORITY SHARE ACQUISITION
By Niklas Duerr; ZEW Mannheim
   presented by: Niklas Duerr, ZEW Mannheim
 

Organizing competition for the market
By Elisabetta Iossa; University of Rome Tor Vergata
Patrick Rey; Toulouse School of Economics
Michael Waterson; U Warwick
   presented by: Michael Waterson, U Warwick
 

Approximating demand dynamics in antitrust policy
By Alan Crawford; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Alan Crawford, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

Street-level bureaucracy: best to be grey (or silver) on Friday, in Halifax
By shaun hargreaves heap; King's College London
Oleksandr Talavera; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Oleksandr Talavera, University of Birmingham
 
Session 66: Distributional Issues in Developing Economies
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Arpita Chatterjee, University of New South Wales
 

Impact of Conditional Cash Transfer Program on Female Labor Force Participation: Evidence from Randomized Trial in Indonesia
By Ana Noveria; Newcastle University
   presented by: Ana Noveria, Newcastle University
 

Hiding with your Feet: Agricultural Plots, Labor Allocation, and Income Hiding in Ethiopia
By Joshua Merfeld; New York University
   presented by: Joshua Merfeld, New York University
 

Aspirations and educational poverty traps across generations
By Jing You; Renmin University of China
Katsushi Imai; University of Manchester
   presented by: Katsushi Imai, University of Manchester
 

Is Better Access to Markets a Substitute for Educated Fathers? Evidence from Intergenerational Schooling Persistence in Rural India
By Reshad Ahsan; University of Melbourne
Arpita Chatterjee; University of New South Wales
M. Shahe Emran; Initiative for Policy Dialogue at Columb
   presented by: Arpita Chatterjee, University of New South Wales
 
Session 67: Macro: Fiscal Policy
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.11
 
Session Chair: Dimitrios Bermperoglou, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 

Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interactions in an Emerging Open Economy: A Non-Ricardian DSGE Approach
By Aliya Algozhina; University of Economics, Prague
   presented by: Aliya Algozhina, University of Economics, Prague
 

Understanding and Confronting Uncertainty: Revisions to UK Government Expenditure Plans
By Jagjit Chadha; National Institute of Economic & Soc Res
Arno Hantzsche; NIESR
Thomas Lazarowicz; NIESR
Adrian Pabst; University of Kent
Garry Young; NIESR
   presented by: Thomas Lazarowicz, NIESR
 

State-dependent Fiscal Policy across the Financial Cycle
By Dimitrios Bermperoglou; Kiel Institute for the World Economy
   presented by: Dimitrios Bermperoglou, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 
Session 68: Management Practices and Productivity
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.03
 
Session Chair: Alex Bryson, UCL
 

Management Practices and Productivity in UK Production and Services Industries
By Gaganan Awano; Office for National Statistics
Russell Black; ONS
Nicholas Bloom; Stanford University
Ted Dolby; ONS
Paul Mizen; University of Nottingham
Rebecca Riley; National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Tatsuro Senga; Queen Mary University of London
Jenny Vyas; ONS
Philip Wales; Official for National Statistics
   presented by: Russell Black, ONS
 

Picking from the top or shedding the bottom? Personnel management, worker quality and firm productivity
By Christopher Cornwell; University of Georgia
Ian Schmutte; University of Georgia
Daniela Scur; Massachussets Institute of Technology
   presented by: Daniela Scur, Massachussets Institute of Technology
 

Public Sector HRM: Does It Work?
By Alex Bryson; UCL
Michael White; University of Westminster
   presented by: Alex Bryson, UCL
 
Session 69: Peer Effects
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Elena Lisauskaite, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

Do Performance Ranks Increase Productivity? Evidence from a Field Experiment
By Anik Ashraf; LMU Munich
   presented by: Anik Ashraf, LMU Munich
 

Achievement Peer Effects in Small Study Teams
By Renata Rabovic; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Renata Rabovic, University of Cambridge
 

Can Better Peers Signal Less Success? The Disruptive Effect of Perceived Rank on Career Investment
By Rafael Ribas; University of Amsterdam
Breno Sampaio; UFPE
Giuseppe Trevisan; UFPE
   presented by: Rafael Ribas, University of Amsterdam
 

Peer Diversity, College Performance and Educational Choices
By Arnaud Chevalier; Royal Holloway, University of London
Ingo Isphording; IZA - Institute of Labor Economics
Elena Lisauskaite; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Elena Lisauskaite, Royal Holloway, University of London
 
Session 70: Politics and Development 2
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.07
 
Session Chair: David Gomtsyan, Higher School of Economics
 

Oil Price Shocks, Protest and the Shadow Economy
By Phoebe W. Ishak; University of Hamburg
   presented by: Phoebe W. Ishak, University of Hamburg
 

Election Cycles in Public Credit: Credit Provision and Default Rates in Pakistan
By Naseem Faraz; Clark University
Marc Rockmore; Clark University
   presented by: Naseem Faraz, Clark University
 

Partisanship as Tradition: Critical Junctures, Collective Memory and Persistent Party Identification
By CEMAL EREN ARBATLI; HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
David Gomtsyan; Higher School of Economics
   presented by: David Gomtsyan, Higher School of Economics
 
Session 71: Taxation and Development
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.04
 
Session Chair: John Spray, Cambridge University
 

Taxation and Supply Chains: Evidence from Value-Added Taxes in West Bengal
By Lucie Gadenne; Warwick
Tushar Nandi; CSSS, Calcutta
Roland Rathelot; University of Warwick
   presented by: Roland Rathelot, University of Warwick
 

Building State and Citizen: How Tax Collection in Congo Engenders Citizen Engagement with the State
By Jonathan Weigel; LSE
   presented by: Jonathan Weigel, LSE
 

Taxation, Information and Withholding: Evidence from Costa Rica
By Anne Brockmeyer; World Bank
Marco Hernandez; World Bank
   presented by: Anne Brockmeyer, World Bank
 

Networks, Bottlenecks and Market Power
By Vasco Carvalho; U of Cambridge
Matthew Elliott; University of Cambridge
John Spray; Cambridge University
   presented by: John Spray, Cambridge University
 
Session 72: Trade: Empirical Analysis 1
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.21
 
Session Chair: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
 

Roadways, Input Sourcing, and Patterns of Specialization
By Esteban Jaimovich; University of Surrey
   presented by: Esteban Jaimovich, University of Surrey
 

Trade Liberalization and Domestic Vertical Integration: Evidence from China
By Qing Liu; University of International Business and Economics
Larry Qiu; University of Hong Kong
CHAOQUN ZHAN; Sun Yat-sen University
   presented by: CHAOQUN ZHAN, Sun Yat-sen University
 

Markups, Quality, and Trade Costs
By Natalie Chen; Warwick University
Luciana Juvenal; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Natalie Chen, Warwick University
 

What You Import Matters: Capital versus Intermediate Goods
By Jiawei Mo; The University of Hong Kong
Larry Qiu; University of Hong Kong
Hongsong Zhang; University of Hong Kong
Xiaoyu Dong; The University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
 
Session 73: Transmission of Shocks
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.20
 
Session Chair: Tomasz Michalski, HEC Paris
 

Local Interactions in a Market with Heterogeneous Expectations
By Mikhail Anufriev; University of Technology Sydney
Andrea Giovannetti; University of Technology Sydney
Valentyn Panchenko; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Andrea Giovannetti, University of Technology Sydney
 

Are Optimum Currency Areas Endogenous? Evidence from the Italian and German Unifications
By Roger Vicquéry; London School of Economics
   presented by: Roger Vicquéry, London School of Economics
 

Financial Constraints and Propagation of Shocks in Production Networks
By Banu Demir; Bilkent University
Beata Javorcik; Department of Economics
Tomasz Michalski; HEC Paris
Evren Ors; HEC Paris
   presented by: Tomasz Michalski, HEC Paris
 
Session 74: Wage Determination 1
April 16, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Xiaocheng Hu, University of Southampton
 

Unemployment Insurance and Learning: Evidence from Reservation Wages
By Patrick Arni; University of Bristol and IZA, CESifo
Yanos Zylberberg; University of Bristol
   presented by: Patrick Arni, University of Bristol and IZA, CESifo
 

The Bite of Collective Contracts in Italy and Spain: Evidence from the Metalworking Industry
By Effrosyni Adamopoulou; University of Mannheim
Ernesto Villanueva; Banco de España
   presented by: Effrosyni Adamopoulou, University of Mannheim
 

Wage Rigidity and Collective Wage Agreements Evidence from French Micro Data
By Erwan Gautier; Banque de France
Sébastien Roux; INSEE and CREST
Milena Suarez; INSEE-CREST
   presented by: Sébastien Roux, INSEE and CREST
 

Subjective Performance Evaluation in a Multi-tasking Environment: a Firm-level Experiment in China
By Xiaocheng Hu; University of Southampton
Thomas Gall; University of Southampton
Michael Vlassopoulos; University of Southampton
   presented by: Xiaocheng Hu, University of Southampton
 
Session 75: IFS Special Session: The Returns to Higher Education
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Kevin Stange, University of Michigan
 

The value added of UK universities
By Anna Vignoles; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Anna Vignoles, University of Cambridge
 

The returns to attending university vs. not going
By Jack Britton; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Jack Britton, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Returns to Higher Education and Non-Cognitive Skills
By Gerda Buchmueller; Lancaster University
Ian Walker; Lancaster University
   presented by: Ian Walker, Lancaster University
 

Why is Math Cheaper than English (in the US)? Understanding Cost Differences in Higher Education
By Fernando Furquim; University of Michigan
Steven Hemelt; University of North Carolina at Chapel H
John Sawyer
Andrew Simon; University of Michigan
Kevin Stange; University of Michigan
   presented by: Kevin Stange, University of Michigan
 
Session 76: Health Behaviours
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Michele Belot, University of Edinburgh, EUI
 

Smoking, Information and Education: Evidence from the 1962 report by the Royal College of Physicians
By Jonathan James; University of Bath
   presented by: Jonathan James, University of Bath
 

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

The impact of Universal Infant Free School Meals on child body weight outcomes
By Angus Holford; University of Essex
Birgitta Rabe; University of Essex
   presented by: Angus Holford, University of Essex
 

The Formation and Malleability of Dietary Habits: A Field Experiment with Low Income Families
By Michele Belot; University of Edinburgh, EUI
Noémi Berlin; Paris 1 University
Jonathan James; University of Bath
Valeria Skafida; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Michele Belot, University of Edinburgh, EUI
 
Session 77: Child Care and Health
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Bettina Siflinger, Tilburg University
 

Effects of Universal Child Care on Long-Run Health
By Anne-Lise Breivik; University of Bergen
Emilia Del Bono; University of Essex
Julie Riise; University of Bergen
   presented by: Anne-Lise Breivik, University of Bergen
 

The health effects of early interventions: Evidence from Sure Start
By Sarah Cattan; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Gabriella Conti
Christine Farquharson; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
   presented by: Christine Farquharson, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Childcare - A safety net for children?
By Aino-Maija Aalto; Uppsala University
Eva Mork; University of Uppsala
Anna Sjögren; IFAU
Helena Svaleryd; Uppsala University
   presented by: Eva Mork, University of Uppsala
 

The Effects of Day Care on Health During Childhood: Evidence by Age
By Bettina Siflinger; Tilburg University
Gerard van den Berg; University of Bristol
   presented by: Bettina Siflinger, Tilburg University
 
Session 78: Bank of England Special Session: Preferred Habitat Investors and Unconventional Monetary Policy
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: David Miles, Imperial College, London
 

Official demand for US debt: Implications for US real rates
By Iryna Kaminska; Bank of England
Gabriele Zinna; Bank of Italy
   presented by: Iryna Kaminska, Bank of England
 

Preferred habitat investors in the UK gilt market
By Julia Giese; Bank of England
Michael Joyce; Bank of England
Jack Meaning; Bank of England
Jack Worlidge; Bank of England
   presented by: Jack Meaning, Bank of England
 

Quantitative easing and preferred habitat investors in the euro area bond market
By Martijn Boermans; De Nederlandsche Bank
Robert Vermeulen; De Nederlandsche Bank
   presented by: Martijn Boermans, De Nederlandsche Bank
 

Do market segmentation and preferred habitat theories hold in Japan? Quantifying stock and flow effects of bond purchases
By Nao Sudo; Bank of Japan
Masaki Tanaka; Bank of Japan
   presented by: Masaki Tanaka, Bank of Japan
 

Discussant:   Dimitri Vayanos, London School of Economics
 
Session 79: ESCoE & Data Science Campus Special Session: Economic Measurement with Big Data
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Chris Giles, Financial TImes
 

An open and data-driven taxonomy of skills extracted from online job adverts
By Jyldyz Djumalieva; Nesta
Cath Sleeman; Nesta
   presented by: Jyldyz Djumalieva, Nesta
   Discussant:   Sandra McNally, University of Surrey
 

Large-scale real world financial transaction microdata for national and local economic indicators
By Louisa Nolan; UK Office for National Statistics
Oguz Sebnem; UK Office for National Statistics
   presented by: Louisa Nolan, UK Office for National Statistics
   Discussant:   Garry Young, Director of Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasting, NIESR
 

Making text count for macroeconomics: what can UK daily newspapers tell us about the future of the economy?
By Eleni Kalamara; King's College London
Sujit Kapadia; European Central Bank
George Kapetanios; King's College London
Chris Redl; Bank of England
Arthur Turrell; Bank of England
   presented by: Eleni Kalamara, King's College London
   Discussant:   Grant Fitzner, Chief Economist, UK Office for National Statistics
 
Session 80: Econometrics Journal Special Session: Econometrics of Panel Data
April 16, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Jaap Abbring, Tilburg University
 

Panel Models with Factor Structure
By Ivan Fernandez-Val; Boston University
   presented by: Ivan Fernandez-Val, Boston University
 

Point-Identification in Simple Dynamic Binary Outcome Models
By Bo Honoré; Princeton University
   presented by: Bo Honoré, Princeton University
 
Session 81: Aggregate Labour Market Fluctuations
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.04
 
Session Chair: Timm Marc Prein, University of Konstanz
 

Long-term Unemployment Dynamics and Unemployment Insurance Extensions
By Similan Rujiwattanapong; Aarhus University
   presented by: Similan Rujiwattanapong, Aarhus University
 

The Impact of Unemployment Insurance on the Cyclicality of Labour Force Participation
By Ran Gu; University Of Essex
   presented by: Ran Gu, University Of Essex
 

Optimized Unemployment Benefits and Market Deregulation
By Oluwaseyi Vincent; University of York
Michal Horvath; University of York
   presented by: Oluwaseyi Vincent, University of York
 

Persistent Unemployment, Sovereign Debt Crises, and the Impact of Haircuts
By Timm Marc Prein; University of Konstanz
   presented by: Timm Marc Prein, University of Konstanz
 
Session 82: Consumption and Household Behaviour
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Alexander Wolf, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Choices of dominated mortgage products by UK consumers
By Zanna Iscenko; UCL and Financial Conduct Authority
   presented by: Zanna Iscenko, UCL and Financial Conduct Authority
 

A structural analysis of the decline of home-cooked food
By Valerie Lechene; University College London
   presented by: Valerie Lechene, University College London
 

The Saturation of Spending Diversity and the Truth about Mr Brown and Mrs Jones
By Christian Kiedaisch; Université de Namur
Andreas Chai; Griffith University
Nicholas Rohde; Griffith University
   presented by: Andreas Chai, Griffith University
 

Uniform Sharing
By Alexander Wolf; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Alexander Wolf, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 83: Economic History
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.08
 
Session Chair: Alessandro Belmonte, University of Warwick & IMT Lucca
 

The impact of the first professional police forces on crime
By Anna Bindler; University of Gothenburg
Randi Hjalmarsson; University of Gothenburg
   presented by: Anna Bindler, University of Gothenburg
 

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

Fading Legacies: Human Capital in the Aftermath of the Partitions of Poland
By Andreas Backhaus; LMU Munich
   presented by: Andreas Backhaus, LMU Munich
 

From Italianization to Germanization: Division of Labor, Economic Rents, and Anti-German Attitudes in South Tyrol
By Alessandro Belmonte; University of Warwick & IMT Lucca
   presented by: Alessandro Belmonte, University of Warwick & IMT Lucca
 
Session 84: Economic Theory: Information
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.18
 
Session Chair: Christoph Siemroth, University of Essex
 

Competition for Attention in the News Media Market
By Heng Chen; The University of Hong Kong
Wing Suen; The University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Wing Suen, The University of Hong Kong
 

Independent versus Collective Expertise
By Emiliano Catonini; Higher School of Economics
Andrey Kurbatov; INSEAD
Sergey Stepanov; National Research University Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Sergey Stepanov, National Research University Higher School of Economics
 

Delegation as a signal: implicit communication with full cooperation
By Joanna Franaszek; European University Institute
   presented by: Joanna Franaszek, European University Institute
 

The informational content of prices when policy makers react to financial markets
By Christoph Siemroth; University of Essex
   presented by: Christoph Siemroth, University of Essex
 
Session 85: Education and Health
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.03
 
Session Chair: Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University
 

Reducing Mental Health Inequality in Disadvantaged Students
By Roel Freriks; University of Groningen
Jochen Mierau; University of Groningen
   presented by: Roel Freriks, University of Groningen
 

School health programs: Education, health and welfare dependency of young adults
By Signe Abrahamsen; University of Bergen
Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
Julie Riise; University of Bergen
   presented by: Rita Ginja, University of Bergen
 

School Tracking and Mental Health
By Petri Böckerman; JSBE, Labour Institute for Economic Research and IZA
Mika Haapanen; University of Jyväskylä
Christopher Jepsen; University College Dublin, IZA, and CES-Ifo
Alexandra Roulet; INSEAD
   presented by: Mika Haapanen, University of Jyväskylä
 

Education and Mental Health
By Mehmet Ali Eryurt; Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies
Mustafa Özer; KİLİS YEDİ ARALIK UNIVERSITY
Jan Fidrmuc; Brunel University
   presented by: Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University
 
Session 86: Education: Allocation of Teachers and Students
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Olga Meshcheriakova, Maastricht University
 

Deregulating teacher labour markets
By Ellen Greaves; University of Bristol
Simon Burgess; University of Bristol
Richard Murphy; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Ellen Greaves, University of Bristol
 

Preference Estimation in Centralized College Admissions from Reported Lists
By Hayri Arslan; Queen's University
   presented by: Hayri Arslan, Queen's University
 

Teacher Quality or Quantity? An approach to the efficient allocation of the educational wage bill
By Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Gonzalo Zunino; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
   presented by: Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
 

Schools without boundaries: Comparing externalities of good and bad primary schools in free school choice system
By Lex Borghans; Maastricht University
Mike Langen; Maastricht University
Olga Meshcheriakova; Maastricht University
Juan Palacios; Maastricht University
   presented by: Olga Meshcheriakova, Maastricht University
 
Session 87: Empirical Finance: Europe
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.19
 
Session Chair: Vu Tran, Swansea University
 

Loan to Bond Substitution: An Empirical Analysis on the Functioning of the Substitution Channel for Eurozone Firms
By Francesco Ruggiero; Federico II University on Napoli
   presented by: Francesco Ruggiero, Federico II University on Napoli
 

May the force be with you: Exit barriers, governance shocks, and profitability sclerosis in banking
By Felix Noth
   presented by: Felix Noth,
 

Bank Competition for Wholesale Funding: Evidence from Corporate Deposits
By Inaki Aldasoro; BIS
Florian Balke; Goethe University Frankfurt
Andreas Barth; Goethe University Frankfurt
Egemen Eren; BIS
   presented by: Andreas Barth, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

Impacts of social media on financial markets: Evidence from FTSE 100 single-listed and dual-listed stocks
By Rui Fan; Swansea University
Oleksandr Talavera; University of Birmingham
Vu Tran; Swansea University
   presented by: Vu Tran, Swansea University
 
Session 88: Environmental Policy
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.02
 
Session Chair: Ron Chan, University of Manchester
 

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

Pigou pushes preferences: decarbonisation options when preferences are endogenous
By Linus Mattauch
Cameron Hepburn; University of Oxford
Nicholas Stern
   presented by: Linus Mattauch,
 

Regulatory Spillover and Climate Co-benefits: Evidence from the New Source Review
By Ron Chan; University of Manchester
Yichen Christy Zhou; Clemson University
   presented by: Ron Chan, University of Manchester
 
Session 89: Growth and Development
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Joël Cariolle, Fondation pour les études et recherches sur le développement international
 

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

Growth Accelerations Strategies
By Alessio Terzi; Bruegel
   presented by: Alessio Terzi, Bruegel
 

Corporate Governance and Phases of Development
By Maurizio Iacopetta; OFCE/Sciences Po and SKEMA Business School
Pietro Peretto; Duke University
   presented by: Maurizio Iacopetta, OFCE/Sciences Po and SKEMA Business School
 

Digital vulnerability and the local performance of firms in developing countries
By Joël Cariolle; Fondation pour les études et recherches sur le développement international
Maelan Le Goff; Banque de France
Olivier Santoni; FERDI
   presented by: Joël Cariolle, Fondation pour les études et recherches sur le développement international
 
Session 90: Housing
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.07
 
Session Chair: Fei Ding,
 

Time-varying supply elasticities and US housing cycles
By Knut Are Aastveit; Norges Bank
Bruno Albuquerque; Ghent University
Andre Anundsen; Norges Bank
   presented by: Knut Are Aastveit, Norges Bank
 

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

Asymmetric effects of monetary policy in regional housing markets
By Andre Anundsen; Norges Bank
Knut Are Aastveit; Norges Bank
   presented by: Andre Anundsen, Norges Bank
 

Housing Prices with Heterogeneous Information: Learning from Rental Prices
By Fei Ding
   presented by: Fei Ding,
 
Session 91: Intergenerational Mobility
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Enrico Rubolino, University of Essex
 

The Long-Term Labor Market Effects of Parental Unemployment
By Bernhard Schmidpeter; University of Essex
   presented by: Bernhard Schmidpeter, University of Essex
 

Skill-biased Technical Change and Intergenerational Mobility
By Imran Aziz; York University
   presented by: Imran Aziz, York University
 

Network effects in an intergenerational mobility model
By Michele Bavaro; Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Fabrizio Patriarca; University of Roma Tre
   presented by: Michele Bavaro, Università di Roma Tor Vergata
 

Knocking on parents' doors: Regulation and intergenerational mobility
By Sauro Mocetti; Bank of Italy
Giacomo Roma; Banca d'Italia
Enrico Rubolino; University of Essex
   presented by: Enrico Rubolino, University of Essex
 
Session 92: Topics in Labour Economics
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.03
 
Session Chair: Jingcheng Fu, University of Nottingham
 

Are Shorter Temporary Contracts Worse Stepping Stones? Evidence from a 2015 Reform in the Dutch Labour Market
By Kun Zheng; Shandong University
   presented by: Kun Zheng, Shandong University
 

Willing To Pay For Security: A discrete choice experiment to analyse labour supply preferences
By Nikhil Datta; University College London
   presented by: Nikhil Datta, University College London
 

Labour Market Reform and Firm-level Employment Adjustment
By Feicheng Wang; University of Göttingen
   presented by: Feicheng Wang, University of Göttingen
 

Meeting and matching: New evidence on marketplace search in the labour market
By Martyn Andrews; University of Manchester
Jingcheng Fu; University of Nottingham
Richard Upward; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Jingcheng Fu, University of Nottingham
 
Session 93: Macro: Institutions and Rents
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.08
 
Session Chair: Andrea Camilli, University of Bath
 

Innovate to Lead or Innovate to Prevail: When do Monopolistic Rents Induce Growth?
By Roberto Piazza; International Monetary Fund
Yu Zheng; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Yu Zheng, Queen Mary University of London
 

Modeling rent seeking activities: quality of institutions, macroeconomic performance, and the economic crisis
By Tryfonas Christou; Athens University of Economics and Business
Apostolis Philippopoulos; Athens University of Economics and Busin
Vanghelis Vassilatos; Athens University of Economics and Busin
   presented by: Tryfonas Christou, Athens University of Economics and Business
 

Labor market institutions and homeownership
By Andrea Camilli; University of Bath
   presented by: Andrea Camilli, University of Bath
 
Session 94: Macroprudential Policy
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.09
 
Session Chair: Dennis Reinhardt, Bank of England
 

Back to the Real Economy: The Effects of Risk Perception Shocks on the Term Premium and Bank Lending
By Kristina Bluwstein; Bank of England
Julieta Yung; Bates College
   presented by: Kristina Bluwstein, Bank of England
 

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

Macroprudential FX Regulations: Shifting the Snowbanks of FX Vulnerability?
By Toni Ahnert; Bank of Canada
Kristin Forbes; MIT
Christian Friedrich; Bank of Canada
Dennis Reinhardt; Bank of England
   presented by: Dennis Reinhardt, Bank of England
 
Session 95: Migration
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Cristina Tealdi, Heriot-Watt University
 

Gender Differences in Labour Supply Responses to Income Tax Free and Bracket Expansions and Migration
By Panayiota Lyssiotou; University of Cyprus
   presented by: Panayiota Lyssiotou, University of Cyprus
 

Immigration-Induced Labor Supply Shocks and the Adjustment of Local Automation Innovation
By Alexander Danzer; KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, IZA, CReAM, and CESifo
Carsten Feuerbaum; KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Fabian Gaessler; MPI for Innovation and Competition
   presented by: Carsten Feuerbaum, KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
 

Similar People
By Birthe Larsen; Copenhagen Business School
   presented by: Birthe Larsen, Copenhagen Business School
 

Who gains and loses from migration? Theory and an application to Italy
By Davide Fiaschi; University of Pisa
Angela Parenti; University of Pisa
Cristina Tealdi; Heriot-Watt University
   presented by: Cristina Tealdi, Heriot-Watt University
 
Session 96: Monetary Policy 2
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.10
 
Session Chair: Jonathan Acosta Smith, Bank of England
 

Monetary policy and systemic risk
By Afshin Sabri; Aston University
Enrico Onali; University of Nottingham
dudley gilder
   presented by: Afshin Sabri, Aston University
 

Unconventional Monetary Policy and Credit Rating Dynamics
By Nordine Abidi; European Central Bank
Matteo Falagiarda; European Central Bank
Ixart Miquel-Flores; European Central Bank
   presented by: Nordine Abidi, European Central Bank
 

Interest Rates, Capital and Bank Risk-Taking
By Jonathan Acosta Smith; Bank of England
   presented by: Jonathan Acosta Smith, Bank of England
 
Session 97: Panel Data Econometrics and Applications
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.06
 
Session Chair: Luis Candelaria, Warwick University
 

Latent Group Structures with Heterogeneous Distributions: Identification and Estimation
By Xuan Leng; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Heng Chen; Bank of Canada
Wendun Wang; Erasmus University Rotterdam
   presented by: Wendun Wang, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 

Identifying Distributions in a Panel Model with Heteroskedasticity: An Application to Earnings Volatility
By Irene Botosaru; University of Bristol
   presented by: Irene Botosaru, University of Bristol
 

Recovering Social Networks from Panel Data: Identification, Simulations and an Application
By Pedro CL Souza; University of Warwick
Aureo de Paula; University College London
Imran Rasul; University College London
   presented by: Pedro CL Souza, University of Warwick
 

A Semiparametric Network Formation Model with Multiple Linear Fixed Effects
By Luis Candelaria; Warwick University
   presented by: Luis Candelaria, Warwick University
 
Session 98: Political Economy: Voting
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.20
 
Session Chair: Aleksandra Peeva, German Institute for Economic Research and Humboldt University of Berlin
 

Financial Crisis, Creditor-Debtor Conflict, and Political Extremism
By Gyozo Gyongyosi; Kiel Institute for the World Economy
   presented by: Gyozo Gyongyosi, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 

The Effect of Recent Technological Change on U.S. Immigration Policy: Evidence from Congressional Roll Call Votes
By Bjoern Brey; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Bjoern Brey, University of Nottingham
 

Did sanctions help Putin?
By Aleksandra Peeva; German Institute for Economic Research and Humboldt University of Berlin
   presented by: Aleksandra Peeva, German Institute for Economic Research and Humboldt University of Berlin
 
Session 99: Social Preferences
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.11
 
Session Chair: Melanie Koch, DIW Berlin
 

Revealed Social Preferences
By Arthur Dolgopolov; George Mason University
Mikhail Freer; Universite Libre de Bruxelles
   presented by: Mikhail Freer, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
 

The Pizza Night Game: Efficiency, Conflict and Inequality in Tacit Bargaining Games with Focal Points
By Andrea Isoni; University of Warwick
Robert Sugden; University of East Anglia
Jiwei Zheng; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Andrea Isoni, University of Warwick
 

Coupled Lotteries - A New Method to Analyze Inequality Aversion
By Melanie Koch; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Melanie Koch, DIW Berlin
 
Session 100: Taxation: Theory
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.13
 
Session Chair: Matthew Rablen, Sheffield University
 

Are Minimum Wages and Income Taxes Complements or Substitutes?
By Shiv Dixit; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Shiv Dixit, University of Minnesota
 

Entrepreneurship, Agency Frictions and Redistributive Capital Taxation
By Corina Boar; New York University
Matthew Knowles; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Matthew Knowles, University of St Andrews
 

Optimal Income Taxation and Commitment on the Labor Market
By Paweł Doligalski; University of Bristol
   presented by: Paweł Doligalski, University of Bristol
 

Self-reporting and market structure
By Matthew Rablen; Sheffield University
   presented by: Matthew Rablen, Sheffield University
 
Session 101: Theoretical IO
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.17
 
Session Chair: Anastasia Parakhonyak, Durham University
 

Repeat Consumer Search
By Alexei Parakhonya; University of Oxford
Andrew Rhodes; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Alexei Parakhonya, University of Oxford
 

Dominant Value Margins and Networks
By Jay Pil Choi; Michigan State University
Christodoulos Stefanadis; University of Piraeus
   presented by: Christodoulos Stefanadis, University of Piraeus
 

Assessing Autonomous Algorithmic Collusion: Q-Learning Under Short-Run Price Commitments
By Timo Klein; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Timo Klein, University of Amsterdam
 

Showrooming in a market of tangible goods with heterogeneous agents
By Anastasia Parakhonyak; Durham University
   presented by: Anastasia Parakhonyak, Durham University
 
Session 102: Trade: Empirical Analysis 2
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Social Sciences s0.21
 
Session Chair: Marta Santamaria, Universitat Pompeu Fabra / BGSE
 

Weight gains from trade in foods: Evidence from Mexico
By Osea Giuntella; University of Pittsburgh
Matthias Rieger; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Lorenzo Rotunno; Aix-Marseille University
   presented by: Lorenzo Rotunno, Aix-Marseille University
 

Technological Determinants of "Trade Shocks": Quasi-Experimental Evidence from France
By Clement Malgouyres; IPP
Thierry Mayer; Sciences Po
Clément Mazet-Sonilhac; Sciences Po Paris, Banque de France
   presented by: Clément Mazet-Sonilhac, Sciences Po Paris, Banque de France
 

Bridging New Divides: The Impact of International Ethnic Linkages on Bilateral Trade in Africa
By Conrad Copeland; University of Bristol
   presented by: Conrad Copeland, University of Bristol
 

The Gains from Reshaping Infrastructure: Evidence from the Division of Germany
By Marta Santamaria; Universitat Pompeu Fabra / BGSE
   presented by: Marta Santamaria, Universitat Pompeu Fabra / BGSE
 
Session 103: Violence Against Women in Developing Economies
April 17, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Samantha Rawlings, University of Reading
 

Political Conflict and Domestic Violence in Nigeria
By Neha Hui; University of Reading
   presented by: Neha Hui, University of Reading
 

Public Safety for Women: Is Regulation of Social Drinking Spaces Effective?
By Kanika Mahajan; Ashoka University
   presented by: Kanika Mahajan, Ashoka University
 

Domestic violence and child mortality
By Samantha Rawlings; University of Reading
Zahra Siddique; University of Bristol
   presented by: Samantha Rawlings, University of Reading
 
Session 104: RES Women's Committee Special Session: Women Leaders in Economics
April 17, 2019 12:15 to 13:15
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Sarah Smith, Chair, RES Women's Committee
 

Discussants:
     1 Rachel Griffith, RES President
     2 Rain Newton-Smith, Chief Economist, CBI
     3 Sue Holloway, RES Honorary Treasurer
     4 Eliana La Ferrara, Bocconi University
 
Session 105: Brexit
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Mustapha Douch, Aston University
 

Policy Uncertainty and Misallocation in Brexit UK
By Edoardo Palombo; Queen Mary University
Renato Faccini; Queen Mary University
   presented by: Edoardo Palombo, Queen Mary University
 

Renegotiation of Trade Agreements and Firm Exporting Decisions: Evidence from the impact of Brexit on UK Exports
By Meredith Crowley; University of Cambridge
Oliver Exton; University of Cambridge
Lu Han; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Oliver Exton, University of Cambridge
 

The Trade Effects of the Brexit Announcement Shock
By Mustapha Douch; Aston University
   presented by: Mustapha Douch, Aston University
 
Session 106: Corporate Finance: Empirical
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.13
 
Session Chair: Giovanni Veronese, Banca di Italia
 

Real Effects of Climate Policy: Financial Constraints and Spillovers
By Sohnke Bartram; University of Warwick
Kewei Hou; The Ohio State University
Sehoon Kim; University of Florida
   presented by: Sohnke Bartram, University of Warwick
 

The Real Effects of Checks and Balances: Policy Uncertainty and Corporate Investment
By Anne DUQUERROY; Banque de France
   presented by: Anne DUQUERROY, Banque de France
 

U.S. shale producers: a case of dynamic risk management?
By Fabrizio Ferriani; Banca d'Italia
Giovanni Veronese; Banca di Italia
   presented by: Giovanni Veronese, Banca di Italia
 
Session 107: Crime, Education, and the Labour Market
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.03
 
Session Chair: Emma Duchini, University of Warwick
 

Age in Cohort, School Indiscipline and Crime: Regression-Discontinuity Estimates for Queensland
By Tony Beatton; The University of Queensland
michael kidd; rmit
Matteo Sandi; CEP, LSE
   presented by: Matteo Sandi, CEP, LSE
 

Exposure to crime and pupils' outcomes: evidence from London
By Elisa Facchetti; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Elisa Facchetti, Queen Mary University of London
 

Asian Gold - Expected Returns to Crime and Thieves Behaviour
By Nils Braakmann; Newcastle University
Arnaud Chevalier; Royal Holloway, University of London
Tanya Wilson; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Arnaud Chevalier, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

Charter Takeovers, "No Excuses" Strategy, and Youth Crime. Evidence from London Secondary School Academies
By Emma Duchini; University of Warwick
Victor Lavy; University of Warwick
Stephen Machin; LSE
   presented by: Emma Duchini, University of Warwick
 
Session 108: Development Economics: Field Experiments
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Serena Cocciolo, Stockholm University
 

Community Matters: Heterogeneous Impacts of a Sanitation Intervention
By Laura Abramovsky; Institute for Fiscal Studies
britta augsburg; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Melanie Luhrmann; Royal Holloway, University of London
Francisco Oteiza; University College London
Juan Pablo Rud; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: britta augsburg, The Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Informational shocks and street-food safety: A field study in urban India
By Gianmarco Daniele; Bocconi University
Sulagna Mookerjee; Georgetown University SFS-Q
Denni Tommasi; Monash University
   presented by: Gianmarco Daniele, Bocconi University
 

Raising aspirations of boys and girls through role models? Evidence from a field experiment
By Jennifer Golan; The University of Manchester
Jing You; Renmin University of China
   presented by: Jennifer Golan, University of Bath
 

Experience of Inclusive Institutions and the Value of Participation: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh
By Serena Cocciolo; Stockholm University
   presented by: Serena Cocciolo, Stockholm University
 
Session 109: Discrimination
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Shahir Safi, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
 

Pink Work: Same-Sex Marriage, Employment and Discrimination
By Dario Sansone; Georgetown University
   presented by: Dario Sansone, Georgetown University
 

School Outcomes of Children Raised by Same-Sex Couples: Evidence from Administrative Panel Data
By Deni Mazrekaj; KU Leuven
Kristof De Witte; KU Leuven
Sofie Cabus; KU Leuven
   presented by: Deni Mazrekaj, KU Leuven
 

Social mobility, inequality of opportunity and skin colour: the case of Mexico
By Luis Angel Monroy-Gómez-Franco; CUNY
Roberto Velez-Grajales; Centro de Estudios Espinosa Yglesias
Gaston Yalonetzky; University of Leeds
   presented by: Gaston Yalonetzky, University of Leeds
 

The Weakness of Weak Ties in Referrals: An Obstacle for the Upwardly Mobile Black Men in the Private Sector
By Shahir Safi; Aix-Marseille School of Economics
   presented by: Shahir Safi, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
 
Session 110: Economic Theory: Networks and Organisations
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.08
 
Session Chair: Dimitri Migrow, University of Calgary
 

Authority and Information Acquisition in Cheap Talk with Informational Interdependence
By Daniel Habermacher; The University of Warwick
   presented by: Daniel Habermacher, The University of Warwick
 

Trading Networks with General Preferences
By Jan Christoph Schlegel; City, University of London
   presented by: Jan Christoph Schlegel, City, University of London
 

Designing Organizations in Volatile Markets
By Shuo Liu; University of Zurich
Dimitri Migrow; University of Calgary
   presented by: Dimitri Migrow, University of Calgary
 
Session 111: Education 4
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.04
 
Session Chair: Konstantina Maragkou, University of Sheffield
 

The Local Economic Impact of Universities: Evidence from UK Firms
By Anna Valero; LSE
   presented by: Anna Valero, LSE
 

Are Chemists Good Bankers? Returns to the Match between Training and Occupation
By Dita Eckardt; London School of Economics
   presented by: Dita Eckardt, London School of Economics
 

The causal effect of secondary school peers on educational aspirations
By Andrew Dickerson; University of Sheffield
Konstantina Maragkou; University of Sheffield
Steven McIntosh; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Konstantina Maragkou, University of Sheffield
 
Session 112: Empirical IO 2
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.10
 
Session Chair: Jia Xiang, The Pennsylvania State University
 

Productivity, prices and market shares in multiproduct firms
By Gianluca Antonecchia; Erasmus School of Economics
   presented by: Gianluca Antonecchia, Erasmus School of Economics
 

Managerial education, productivity and technology choice: evidence from US mining colleges
By Michael Rubens; KU Leuven
   presented by: Michael Rubens, KU Leuven
 

Concentration and Internet Advertising: The Rise of Buyer Power
By Francesco Decarolis; Einaudi Institute for Economics & Financ
Gabriele Rovigatti; Universita' di Roma Tor Vergata
   presented by: Gabriele Rovigatti, Bank of Italy
 

Quantifying the Welfare Cost of Adverse Selection in the Consumer Credit Card Market
By Jia Xiang; The Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Jia Xiang, The Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 113: Experimental Economics: Group Behaviour
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.09
 
Session Chair: Konstantin Homolka, Trier University
 

Groups and Socially Responsible Production: An Experiment with Farmers
By Martina Vecchi; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Martina Vecchi, University of Edinburgh
 

Conformity and adaptation in groups
By Gautam Bose; University of New South Wales
Evgenia Dechter; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Evgenia Dechter, UNSW
 

Revealing the Economic Consequences of Group Cohesion
By Simon Gächter; University of Nottingham
Chris Starmer; University of Nottingham
Fabio Tufano; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Fabio Tufano, University of Nottingham
 

Little Lies and Blind Eyes – Experimental Evidence on Cheating and Task Performance in Work Groups
By Adrian Chadi; University of Konstanz
Konstantin Homolka; Trier University
   presented by: Konstantin Homolka, Trier University
 
Session 114: Gender Gap 2
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.02
 
Session Chair: Carl Singleton, University of Reading
 

Female labour force participation and the gender wage gap in the UK
By Liza Benny; University of Essex
Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex
Manuel Fernandez; University of Essex
   presented by: Liza Benny, University of Essex
 

The gender gap in wage expectations
By Lukas Kiessling; University of Bonn
   presented by: Lukas Kiessling, University of Bonn
 

Who works for whom and the UK gender pay gap
By Sarah Jewell; University of Reading
GIOVANNI RAZZU; University of Reading
Carl Singleton; University of Reading
   presented by: Carl Singleton, University of Reading
 
Session 115: Health Measurement
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.03
 
Session Chair: Bernhard Dannemann, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
 

The Cognitive Effects of Depression: Evidence from an Instrumental Variable Approach
By Mauricio Avendano
Augustin decoulon; King's Business School, King's College London
Vahé Nafilyan
   presented by: Vahé Nafilyan,
 

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

Validating reports of poor subjective wellbeing against objective biomarkers
By Claryn Kung; Monash University
   presented by: Claryn Kung, Monash University
 

The Educational Burden of ADHD: Evidence From Student Achievement Test Scores
By Bernhard Dannemann; Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
Erkan Gören; Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
   presented by: Bernhard Dannemann, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg
 
Session 116: Heterogeneous Agents in Macroeconomics
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.17
 
Session Chair: Adam Spencer, The University of Nottingham
 

Heterogeneous Spillovers of Housing Credit Policy
By Myroslav Pidkuyko; University of Manchester
   presented by: Myroslav Pidkuyko, University of Manchester
 

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

Generalized Endogenous Grid Method for Models with a Default Option
By Youngsoo Jang; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
soyoung Lee
   presented by: Youngsoo Jang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

Policy Effects of International Taxation on Firm Dynamics and Capital Structure
By Adam Spencer; The University of Nottingham
   presented by: Adam Spencer, The University of Nottingham
 
Session 117: Topics in Empirical Finance 2
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.18
 
Session Chair: Belinda Tracey, Bank of England
 

Does Easing Controls on Foreign Commercial Borrowings boost Exporting Intensity of Indian Firms?
By Udichibarna Bose; University of Essex
Sushanta Mallick; Queen Mary University of London
Serafeim Tsoukas; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Udichibarna Bose, University of Essex
 

FX funding shocks and cross-border lending: Fragmentation matters
By Matias Ossandon Busch; Halle Institute for Economic Research - Member of the Leibniz Association
Fernando Eguren-Martin; Bank of England
Dennis Reinhardt; Bank of England
   presented by: Matias Ossandon Busch, Halle Institute for Economic Research - Member of the Leibniz Association
 

The Real Effects of Zombie Lending in Europe
By Belinda Tracey; Bank of England
   presented by: Belinda Tracey, Bank of England
 
Session 118: Macro Finance
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.19
 
Session Chair: Tobias Foell, University of Cologne
 

Quantitative Easing and the Price-Liquidity Trade-Off
By Annukka Ristiniemi; Sveriges Riksbank
Maximilian Freier; ECB
Marien Ferdinandusse; European Central Bank
   presented by: Maximilian Freier, ECB
 

The Interaction between Credit and Labour Market Frictions
By Yulia Moiseeva; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Yulia Moiseeva, University of St Andrews
 

Employment and Wage Growth: The Role of Credit Supply
By Khalid Elfayoumi; Free University of Berlin and University of Michigan
   presented by: Khalid Elfayoumi, Free University of Berlin and University of Michigan
 

Financial Constraints, Wage Rigidity, and the Labor Market
By Tobias Foell; University of Cologne
   presented by: Tobias Foell, University of Cologne
 
Session 119: Macro: Inequality
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.21
 
Session Chair: Luís Bettoni, Insper
 

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

Inequality and Relative Saving Rates at the Top
By Philipp Lieberknecht; Goethe University Frankfurt
Philip Vermeulen; European Central Bank
   presented by: Philip Vermeulen, European Central Bank
 

The distribution of income and the natural rate of interest
By Ansgar Rannenberg; National Bank of Belgium
   presented by: Ansgar Rannenberg, National Bank of Belgium
 

The Effects of Public Sector Employment on Inequality and the Fiscal Multiplier
By Luís Bettoni; Insper
Marcelo dos Santos; Insper
   presented by: Luís Bettoni, Insper
 
Session 120: Marriage and Fertility
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.06
 
Session Chair: Selma Walther, University of Sussex
 

Career Women and the Durability of Marriage
By Andrew Newman; Boston University, CEPR
Claudia Olivetti; Boston College
   presented by: Andrew Newman, Boston University, CEPR
 

A History of Childlessness in Germany
By Thomas Baudin; IESEG School of Management
Robert Stelter; Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
   presented by: Thomas Baudin, IESEG School of Management
 

The Indelible Consequences of the Pill Scare in the UK and Norway
By Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex
Emilia Del Bono; University of Essex
Marco Francesconi; Department of Economics
Kjell Salvanes; NHH
   presented by: Sonia Bhalotra, University of Essex
 

Fertility, Marriage and Labor Market Responses to Reductions in Mortality
By Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex
Atheendar Venkataramani; University of Pennsylvania
Selma Walther; University of Sussex
   presented by: Selma Walther, University of Sussex
 
Session 121: Measuring Welfare
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.07
 
Session Chair: Peter Howley, University of Leeds
 

Should We Discount the Welfare of Future Generations? Ramsey and Suppes versus Koopmans and Arrow
By Graciela Chichilnisky; Columbia University
Peter Hammond; University of Warwick
Nicholas Stern; London School of Economics
   presented by: Peter Hammond, University of Warwick
 

A Democratic Measure of National Income Growth for the United Kingdom, 2006-2015. Methods and Estimates
By Andrew Aitken; National Institute of Economic & Social Research
   presented by: Andrew Aitken, National Institute of Economic & Social Research
 

Towards a Framework for Time Use, Welfare and Household-centric Economic Measurement
By Diane Coyle; University of Cambridge
Leonard Nakamura; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Diane Coyle, University of Cambridge
 

Immigration and self-reported well-being in England
By Peter Howley; University of Leeds
   presented by: Peter Howley, University of Leeds
 
Session 122: Media and Social Media
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Sandra García-Uribe, Banco de España
 

Fanning the Flames of Hate: Social Media and Hate Crime
By Karsten Müller; University of Warwick
Carlo Schwarz; University of Warwick
   presented by: Carlo Schwarz, University of Warwick
 

The Economics of Social Media Stars: An Empirical Investigation of Stardom, Popularity, and Success on YouTube
By Sophia Gaenssle; Ilmenau University of Technology
   presented by: Sophia Gaenssle, Ilmenau University of Technology
 

Multidimensional Media Slant: Complementarities in News Reporting by US Newspapers
By Sandra García-Uribe; Banco de España
   presented by: Sandra García-Uribe, Banco de España
 
Session 123: Monetary Policy 3
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.20
 
Session Chair: Kwangyong Park, Indiana University
 

Quantitative Easing, Interest Rate Policy and Central Banker's Preferences
By Matthieu Darracq Paries; ECB
Michael Kühl; Deutsche Bundesbank
   presented by: Michael Kühl, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

Banks, Money and the Zero Lower Bound
By Michael Kumhof; Bank of England
Xuan Wang; University of Oxford
   presented by: Michael Kumhof, Bank of England
 

Optimal monetary policy, least squares learning, and the zero bound to interest rates
By Petr Harasimovic; Loughborough University
Tony Yates; City University of London
   presented by: Petr Harasimovic, Loughborough University
 

Uncertainty, Attention Allocation and Monetary Policy Asymmetry
By Kwangyong Park; Indiana University
   presented by: Kwangyong Park, Indiana University
 
Session 124: Public Policy in Developing Economies
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.08
 
Session Chair: Yanan Li, Beijing Normal University
 

Unintended Consequences of Land Ceiling Legislations-Theory and Evidence from the Indian States
By Sarmistha Pal; University of Surrey
   presented by: Sarmistha Pal, University of Surrey
 

Complementarities between Micro-Credit and Government Subsidies: Evidence from India’s Swachh Bharat Mission
By britta augsburg; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Bet Caeyers; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Bansi Malde; University of Kent
   presented by: Bansi Malde, University of Kent
 

Land Inequality and the Provision of Public Works---Evidence from National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in India
By Yanan Li; Beijing Normal University
   presented by: Yanan Li, Beijing Normal University
 
Session 125: Uncertainty in Macroeconomics
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Social Sciences s0.11
 
Session Chair: Raymond Duch, University of Oxford
 

The impact of macroeconomic uncertainty on inequality: An empirical study for the UK
By Angeliki Theophilopoulou; Brunel University
   presented by: Angeliki Theophilopoulou, Brunel University
 

Uncertainty shocks in emerging economies: a global to local approach for identification
By Mirela Miescu; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Mirela Miescu, Queen Mary University of London
 

U.S. Economic Policy Uncertainty is Presidential
By Raymond Duch; University of Oxford
   presented by: Raymond Duch, University of Oxford
 
Session 126: Wage Determination 2
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC1.09
 
Session Chair: Yasuyuki Osumi, University of Hyogo
 

FALLING INCLUSIVE GROWTH? EVIDENCE FROM CHANGING RENT SHARING
By Brian Bell; London School of Economics / King's
Pawel Bukowski; LSE
Stephen Machin; LSE
   presented by: Pawel Bukowski, LSE
 

Wage Determination Across Employers
By Horng Chern Wong; University of Warwick
   presented by: Horng Chern Wong, University of Warwick
 

Wage Structure, Employment and Efficiency
By Balázs Reizer; Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
   presented by: Balázs Reizer, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies
 

Capital-Skill Complementarity, Wage Bargaining, and Inequalities
By Yasuyuki Osumi; University of Hyogo
   presented by: Yasuyuki Osumi, University of Hyogo
 
Session 127: Women's Empowerment in Developing Economies
April 17, 2019 13:15 to 14:45
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Sarah Deschênes, Paris School of Economics (PSE) / Ined
 

Female Genital Cutting and Education: Theory and Causal Evidence from Senegal
By Jorge Garcia Hombrados; London School of Economics
   presented by: Jorge Garcia Hombrados, London School of Economics
 

Women's Empowerment in Tunisia: A Discrete Choice Experiment to Elicit Weights for a Multidimensional Index
By Natalie Quinn; University of Oxford
   presented by: Natalie Quinn, University of Oxford
 

Insuring Girls' Lives Against Drought
By Joshua Merfeld; New York University
Jagori Saha; Rhodes College
   presented by: Joshua Merfeld, New York University
 

Assessing the Effects of an Education Policy on Women's Wellbeing : Evidence from Benin.
By Sarah Deschênes; Paris School of Economics (PSE) / Ined
Rozenn Hotte; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Sarah Deschênes, Paris School of Economics (PSE) / Ined
 
Session 128: Attitudes towards immigrants and ethnic/religious minorities: the impact of salient events and social media
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
Oculus OC0.03
 
Session Chair: Claudio Schilter, LSE
 

The normative effect of the Brexit referendum and the rise in hate crime
By Facundo Albornoz; University of Nottingham
Jake Bradley; University of Nottingham
Silvia Sonderegger; Notthingham
   presented by: Silvia Sonderegger, Notthingham
 

Making America Hate Again? Twitter and Hate Crime Under Trump
By Karsten Müller; Princeton University
Carlo Schwarz; University of Warwick
   presented by: Carlo Schwarz, University of Warwick
 

Contagious animosity in the field: Evidence from the Federal justice system
By Brendon McConnell; University of Southampton
Imran Rasul; University College London
   presented by: Brendon McConnell, University of Southampton
 

Hate crime after the Brexit vote: Heterogenous analysis based on a universal treatment
By Claudio Schilter; LSE
   presented by: Claudio Schilter, LSE
 
Session 129: School Choice
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
Oculus OC1.01
 
Session Chair: Matthew Weldon, Lancaster University
 

School choice lessons from America
By Damon Clark; UC Irvine
   presented by: Damon Clark, UC Irvine
 

School choice, school competition and access to good schools
By Simon Burgess; University of Bristol
Ellen Greaves; University of Bristol
Anna Vignoles; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Simon Burgess, University of Bristol
 

School Choice During a Period of Radical Reform. Evidence from the Academy Programme
By Marco Bertoni; University of Padova
Stephen Gibbons; Department of Geography and Environment
Olmo Silva
   presented by: Olmo Silva,
 

Raising Some Boats, but Sinking Others: the Implications and Consequences of School Choice when Peer Effects Matter
By Emma Gorman; Lancaster University
Ian Walker; Lancaster University
Matthew Weldon; Lancaster University
   presented by: Matthew Weldon, Lancaster University
 
Session 130: Improving the life chances of women in developing countries through adolescent intervention
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
Oculus OC0.01
 
Session Chair: Marc Bornstein, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
 

Women’s Empowerment in Action: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial in Africa
By Oriana Bandiera; LSE
Niklas Buehren; World Bank
Robin Burgess; London School of Economics
Markus Goldstein; World Bank
Selim Gulesci; Bocconi University
Imran Rasul; University College London
Munshi Sulaiman; Save the Children
   presented by: Niklas Buehren, World Bank
 

Can Life-skills Help Girls Who Have Little Say? Evidence from a Field Experiment in India
By Alison Andrew; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Abhishek Gautam; ICRW
Sonya Krutikova; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Gabriela Smarrelli; LSE
Hemlata Verma; ICRW
Ravi Verma; Statistics Canada
   presented by: Sonya Krutikova, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

Negotiating a Better Future: How Interpersonal Skills Facilitate Inter-generational Investment
By Nava Ashraf; Harvard Business School
Natalie Bau; UCLA
Corinne Low; Wharton, University of Pennsylvania
Kathleen McGinn; Harvard Business School
   presented by: Natalie Bau, UCLA
 
Session 131: Rebuilding Macroeconomics Special Session: Macroeconomics with Real World Uncertainty
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
Oculus OC0.04
 
Session Chair: Angus Armstrong, Director of Rebuilding Macroeconomics
 

Radical Uncertainty; We see through a glass, darkly
By John Kay; Oxford University
Mervyn King; BANK OF ENGLAND
   presented by: John Kay, Oxford University
 

Macroeconomic Implications of the Sampling Brain
By Adam Sanborn; University of Warwick
   presented by: Adam Sanborn, University of Warwick
 

Radical Complexity
By Jean-Philippe Bouchaud; Capital Fund Management
Roger Farmer; Warwick University
   presented by: Jean-Philippe Bouchaud, Capital Fund Management
 

Escaping from Model Land
By Erica Thompson; London School of Economics
   presented by: Erica Thompson, London School of Economics
 
Session 132: Economic Journal Special Session: Plan S, open access and the impact on researchers in economics
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
Oculus OC1.05
 
Session Chair: Denise R. Osborn, University of Manchester
 

A researcher's perspective on Plan S
By Mark Armstrong; University of Oxford
   presented by: Mark Armstrong, University of Oxford
 

Open Access: an ERC perspective
By Martin Stokhof; University of Amsterdam and ERC
   presented by: Martin Stokhof, University of Amsterdam and ERC
 

Plan S and open access: UKRI’s perspective
By Rachel Bruce; UK Research and Innovation
   presented by: Rachel Bruce, UK Research and Innovation
 
Session 133: CEP Special Session: Gangs, Drugs, and Murders
April 17, 2019 15:15 to 16:45
Oculus OC0.02
 
Session Chair: Tom Kirchmaier, London School of Economics & CBS
 

On the Political Economy of Felon Disenfranchisement
By Arpita Ghosh; University of Leicester
James Rockey; University of Leicester
   presented by: James Rockey, University of Leicester
 

How Globalised is the Market for Illegal Drugs? Evidence from Darknet Trading Platforms
By Mirko Draca; University of Warwick
Stephen Machin; London School of Economics
Olga Meshcheriakova; Maastricht University
   presented by: Mirko Draca, University of Warwick
 

Murders, Knife Crime and Gangs in London
By Tom Kirchmaier; London School of Economics & CBS
Stephen Machin; London School of Economics
Carmen Villa-Llera; CEP
   presented by: Tom Kirchmaier, London School of Economics & CBS
 

133 sessions, 470 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Aastveit, Knut AreP90
3Abbring, JaapP57, C80
4Abdulla, EmanP48, C48
5Abidi, NordineP96
6Achard, PascalP20
7Acosta Smith, JonathanP96, C96
8Adachi, TakanoriP35
9Adamopoulou, EffrosyniP74
10Adem, AnwarP53, C53
11Adriani, FabrizioP54
12Affuso, LuisaC28
13Ager, PhilippP9
14Aghelmaleki, HediehP53
15Ahrens, SteffenP37
16Aitken, AndrewP121
17Algozhina, AliyaP67
18Almunia, MiguelP51
19Andrew, AlisonP41
20Antonecchia, GianlucaP112
21Anundsen, AndreP90
22Anwar, Cep JandiP47, C47
23Arkhangelsky, DmitryP52, C52
24Armstrong, AngusC131
25Armstrong, MarkP132
26Arni, PatrickP74
27Arnould, GuillaumeP30
28Arroyos Calvera, DanaeP54
29Arslan, HayriP86
30Ashraf, AnikP69
31augsburg, brittaP4, P108
32Avram, SilviaP19
33Aziz, ImranP91
34Backhaus, AndreasP83
35Barcelo, CristinaP38
36Barth, AndreasP87
37Bartram, SohnkeP60, P106
38Bau, NatalieP130
39Baudin, ThomasP63, P120
40Bavaro, MicheleP91
41Bayer, Ya'akovP37
42Bellés Obrero, CristinaP62
43Belmonte, AlessandroP83, C83
44Belot, MicheleP76, C76
45Benny, LizaP114
46Bergeaud, AntoninP63, C63
47Bermperoglou, DimitriosP67, C67
48Bettoni, LuísP119, C119
49Bhalotra, SoniaP120
50Bhattacharya, AnindyaP18, C18
51Bindler, AnnaP83
52Black, RussellP68
53Bluwstein, KristinaP94
54Boermans, MartijnP78
55Bornstein, MarcC130
56Bose, UdichibarnaP117
57Botosaru, IreneP29, P97
58Bouchaud, Jean-PhilippeP131
59Breivik, Anne-LiseP77
60Brewer, MikeP19, C19
61Brey, BjoernP98
62Britton, JackP75
63Brockmeyer, AnneP71
64Bruce, RachelP132
65Bryson, AlexP68, C68
66Buehren, NiklasP130
67Bukowski, PawelP126
68Burgess, SimonP129
69Burnik, GaberP49
70Cakir, SelcenP36
71Caliari, DanieleP5, C5
72Camilli, AndreaP93, C93
73Campos, NauroP2
74Candelaria, LuisP97, C97
75Cantore, CristianoP47
76Cariolle, JoëlP89, C89
77Castillo Martinez, LauraP8
78Cattan, SarahP6
79Chai, AndreasP82
80Chan, RonP88, C88
81Charalampidis, NikolaosP119
82Chatterjee, ArpitaP66, C66
83Chatterjee, ArpitaP22
84Chen, NatalieP72
85Chen, MingliP29, C29
86Chevalier, ArnaudP107
87Christou, TryfonasP93
88CL Souza, PedroP97
89Clark, DamonP129
90Cobas, AdrianaP21, C21
91Cocciolo, SerenaP108, C108
92Cocco, JoaoP24
93Cohen, FrancoisP31
94Conti, GabriellaP43, C43
95Conzo, PierluigiP32
96Copeland, ConradP102
97Costantini, OrsolaD25
98Coyle, DianeP121
99Cozzi, MarcoP11
100Crawford, AlanP65
101Cribb, JonathanP49
102Criscuolo, ChiaraP27
103Cumming, FergusP45, C45
104Cunha, Joao RafaelP10
105Curto Millet, FabienD28
106Daniele, GianmarcoP108
107Dannemann, BernhardP115, C115
108Das, KaustavP56
109Datta, NikhilP92
110De Cao, ElisabettaP58
111de Soyres, FrancoisP40
112Dechter, EvgeniaP113
113Delacretaz, DavidP46
114Della Giusta, MarinaD25
115Deschênes, SarahP127, C127
116Ding, FeiP90, C90
117Dixit, ShivP100
118Djumalieva, JyldyzP79
119Doligalski, PawełP100
120Dolton, PeterP6
121Douch, MustaphaP105, C105
122Douenne, ThomasP11
123Draca, MirkoP133
124Duch, RaymondP125, C125
125Duchini, EmmaP107, C107
126Dueber, Jan-PhilippP2, C2
127Duerr, NiklasP65
128Dummar Azulai, MichelP18
129DUQUERROY, AnneP106
130Eckardt, DitaP111
131Elfayoumi, KhalidP118
132Emiliozzi, SimoneP60, C60
133Espinosa, MiguelP35
134Exton, OliverP105
135Facchetti, ElisaP107
136Faraz, NaseemP70
137Farquharson, ChristineP77
138Ferman, BrunoP52
139Fernandez-Val, IvanP80
140Ferrero, AndreaP26
141Feuerbaum, CarstenP95
142Fidrmuc, JanP36, P85, C85
143Fisher, PaulP24
144Fitzner, GrantD79
145Fletcher, AmeliaD28
146Foell, TobiasP118, C118
147Fontana, GiuseppeD25
148Forshaw, RachelP48
149Franaszek, JoannaP84
150Freer, MikhailP33, C33, P99
151Freier, MaximilianP118
152Freriks, RoelP85
153Fu, JingchengP92, C92
154Gaenssle, SophiaP122
155Gall, ThomasP57
156Galvan, EstefaniaP62, C62
157Garbinti, BertrandP13
158García-Uribe, SandraP122, C122
159Garcia Hombrados, JorgeP127
160Garcia-Vega, MariaP14
161Garratt, AnthonyP10
162Gasteiger, EmanuelP17
163Gautier, ErwanP16
164Gerasimou, GeorgiosP5
165Giles, ChrisC79
166Ginja, RitaP20
167Ginja, RitaP85
168Giovannetti, AndreaP73
169Giua, LudovicaP31
170Golan, JenniferP108
171Gomes, PedroP15
172Gomtsyan, DavidP70, C70
173Gorman, EmmaP57, C57
174Gourinchas, Pierre-OlivierP26
175Goyal, SanjeevP25
176Greaves, EllenP86
177Griffith, RachelD104
178Grillo, EdoardoP56
179Gu, RanP81
180GUPTA, BISHNUPRIYAP42
181Gyongyosi, GyozoP98
182Haapanen, MikaP85
183Haas, AlexanderP61
184Habermacher, DanielP110
185Hacioglu Hoke, SinemP55
186Hammond, PeterP121
187Harasimovic, PetrP123
188Harrison, RichardP26
189Haseeb, MuhammadP44, C44
190Haskel, JonathanC27
191Haucap, JustusD28
192He, GuanmingP39
193Heckman, JamesP25
194Hernando-Veciana, AngelP46
195Hicks, DanielP7
196Hidalgo-Cabrillana, AnaP6, C6, P86
197Hoe, ThomasP64
198Holford, AngusP76
199Holloway, SueD104
200Holt, RichardP116
201Homolka, KonstantinP113, C113
202Honoré, BoP80
203Howley, PeterP121, C121
204Hu, XiaochengP74, C74
205HUA, MINP39
206Huang, HanweiP23
207Hui, NehaP103
208Huntley, JonathanP49, C49
209Iacopetta, MaurizioP89
210Imai, KatsushiP66
211Imelda, ImeldaP12
212Imura, YukoP23, C23
213Iscenko, ZannaP82
214Isoni, AndreaP99
215Jahanshahi, BabakP31
216Jaimovich, EstebanP72
217James, JonathanP76
218Jang, YoungsooP116
219Jiang, LingqingP20, C20
220Johnson, RobertC25
221Jorda, VanesaP13
222Kailthya, SubhamP4
223Kalamara, EleniP79
224Kaldorf, MatthiasP21
225Kaliski, DanielP43
226Kaminska, IrynaP78
227Kang, YifanP58, C58
228Karmakar, SudiptoP21
229Kaufmann, ChristophP61
230Kay, JohnP131
231Kazakova, YuliyaP76
232Kühl, MichaelP123
233Kürschner Rauck, KathleenP90
234Kiessling, LukasP114
235Kim, DaisoonP55
236Kim, SeonghoonP43
237Kima, RichardP55
238Kirchmaier, TomP133, C133
239Klein, NicolasP56
240Klein, TimoP101
241Knowles, MatthewP100
242Koch, MelanieP99, C99
243Koenig, ChristophP18
244Kokonas, NikolaosP61, C61
245Kostrov, AlexanderP30
246Kouki, AmairisaP62
247Koutmeridis, TheodoreP31, C31
248Krenz, AstridP53
249Krohn, IngomarP1
250Krutikova, SonyaP130
251Kumhof, MichaelP123
252Kung, ClarynP115
253La Ferrara, ElianaD104
254Labonne, PaulP50
255Langella, MonicaP15
256Larsen, BirtheP95
257Lastauskas, PovilasP22
258Lattanzio, SalvatoreP62
259Lazarowicz, ThomasP67
260Le Forner, HélèneP9, C9
261Lechene, ValerieP82
262Lee, InesP43
263Levell, PeterP53
264Li, YananP124, C124
265Liberini, FedericaP51, C51
266Lim, King YoongP11
267Lisauskaite, ElenaP69, C69
268Lloyd, SimonP8, C8
269Lucchese, ElenaP64, C64
270Luk, PaulP40
271Luo, WeiP58
272Lyssiotou, PanayiotaP95
273Mabeu, Marie ChristelleP44
274Mahajan, KanikaP103
275Malde, BansiP124
276Maragkou, KonstantinaP111, C111
277Mattauch, LinusP88
278Mazet-Sonilhac, ClémentP102
279Mazrekaj, DeniP109
280Mazur, KarolP4
281Mbate, MichaelP3
282McConnell, BrendonP128
283McGee, RoryP24
284McNally, SandraP34, D79
285Meaning, JackP78
286Mehmood, SultanP36, C36
287Melander, EricP83
288Melesse, TigistP41
289Merfeld, JoshuaP66, P127
290Meshcheriakova, OlgaP86, C86
291Michaelides, AlexP24, C24
292Michalski, TomaszP48, P73, C73
293Miescu, MirelaP125
294Migrow, DimitriP110, C110
295Miles, DavidC78
296Miranda, JavierP27
297Mizen, PaulC26
298Moiseeva, YuliaP118
299Mork, EvaP77
300Moroni, GloriaP9
301Morris, DiegoP48
302Moscelli, GiuseppeP64
303Mosenhauer, MoritzP54, C54
304Mosquera Tarrio, ManuelP17
305Mueller, AndreasP63
306Muris, ChrisP29
307Nafilyan, VahéP115
308Nevrekar, SaishP33
309Newman, AndrewP120
310Newton-Smith, RainD104
311Nguyen, DavidP16
312Nicoletti, ChetiP38
313Nikolowa, RadoslawaP46, C46
314Nishiwaki, MasatoP35
315Nogueira, VeridianaP45
316Nolan, LouisaP79
317Noth, FelixP87
318Noveria, AnaP66
319Nunes, RicardoP21
320Ordonez-Calafi, GuillemP59
321Osborn, Denise R.C132
322Ossandon Busch, MatiasP117
323Osumi, YasuyukiP126, C126
324Oswald, Andrew J.P32
325Pal, SarmisthaP124
326Palombo, EdoardoP105
327Panebianco, FabrizioP33
328Parakhonya, AlexeiP101
329Parakhonyak, AnastasiaP101, C101
330Park, KwangyongP123, C123
331Pastore, ChiaraP34
332Paukkeri, TuuliP49
333Peeva, AleksandraP98, C98
334Phimister, AngusP12
335Pidkuyko, MyroslavP116
336Pijoan-Mas, JosepP64
337Poblete-Cazenave, RubenP3, C3
338Polisson, MatthewP5
339Popper, HelenP2
340Portier, FranckP47
341Prein, Timm MarcP81, C81
342Qiu, ZheshengP17, C17
343Quinn, NatalieP127
344Quintana-Domeque, ClimentP115
345Rablen, MatthewP100, C100
346Rabovic, RenataP69
347Rachel, LukaszP45
348Rahman, SumaiyaP13, C13
349Rajan, AniruddhaP30
350Rannenberg, AnsgarP119
351Rascon-Ramirez, ErickaP41, C41
352Rathelot, RolandP71
353Ratnoo, VigyanP42, C42
354Rawlings, SamanthaP103, C103
355Reinhardt, DennisP94, C94
356Reizer, BalázsP126
357Resnjanskij, SvenP37
358Ribas, RafaelP69
359Ricco, GiovanniP50
360Rocciolo, FrancescoP5
361Rockey, JamesP133
362Roland, IsabelleP39
363Rossi, FedericoP9
364Rotunno, LorenzoP102
365Roux, SébastienP74
366Rovigatti, GabrieleP112
367Rubens, MichaelP112
368Rubio, SilvinaP30, C30
369Rubolino, EnricoP91, C91
370Ruggiero, FrancescoP87
371Ruiz-Valenzuela, JeniferP34, C34
372Rujiwattanapong, SimilanP81
373Rungcharoenkitkul, PhurichaiP26
374Sabri, AfshinP96
375Safi, ShahirP109, C109
376Sager, LutzP88
377Sanborn, AdamP131
378Sandi, MatteoP107
379Sansone, DarioP109
380Santamaria, MartaP102, C102
381Savorelli, LucaP37, C37
382Sayli, MelisaP38
383Schilter, ClaudioP128, C128
384Schlaak, ThoreP50, C50
385Schlegel, Jan ChristophP110
386Schmidpeter, BernhardP91
387Schoch, MartaP36
388Schwarz, CarloP122, P128
389Scur, DanielaP68
390Serafinelli, MichelP40
391Sgroi, DanielP54
392Sheedy, KevinP94
393Sheveleva, LenaP23
394Siemroth, ChristophP84, C84
395Siflinger, BettinaP77, C77
396Silva, OlmoP129
397Singer, GregorP89
398Singhal, SaurabhP34
399Singleton, CarlP114, C114
400Siuda, FabianP42
401Smith, SarahC104
402Sofianos, AndisP32, C32
403Sollis, RobertP60
404Sonderegger, SilviaP128
405Spencer, AdamP116, C116
406Spray, JohnP71, C71
407Stange, KevinP75, C75
408Stöhlker, DanielP51
409Stefanadis, ChristodoulosP101
410Stepanov, SergeyP84
411Stokhof, MartinP132
412Stolp, TomP32
413Stouli, SamiP52
414Suen, WingP84
415Sun, ChuanpingP60
416Tagliati, FedericoP7
417Talavera, OleksandrP65, C65
418Tanaka, MasakiP78
419Taylor, KarlP12, C12
420Tealdi, CristinaP95, C95
421Terzi, AlessioP89
422Theophilopoulou, AngelikiP125
423Thoenissen, ChristophP2
424Thompson, EricaP131
425Tian, MoP16
426Tonei, ValentinaP58
427Toth, AronP3
428Tracey, BelindaP117, C117
429Tran, VuP87, C87
430Tsou, Chi-YangP1
431Tufano, FabioP113
432Tzouvanas, PanagiotisP1, C1
433Udupa, GauthamP40, C40
434Valero, AnnaP111
435Van de Sijpe, NicolasP44
436Van Landeghem, BertP15, C15
437Vayanos, DimitriD78
438Vecchi, MartinaP113
439Vermeulen, PhilipP119
440Veronese, GiovanniP106, C106
441Vicente-Chirivella, ÓscarP14, C14
442Vicquéry, RogerP73
443Vignoles, AnnaP75
444Vincent, OluwaseyiP81
445Vinogradov, DmitriP17
446Voellmy, LukasP59, C59
447Volpicella, AlessioP50
448von Graevenitz, GeorgP14
449Vu, NamP16, C16
450W. Ishak, PhoebeP70
451wadsworth, jonathanP15
452Wagner, KonstantinP39, C39
453Wales, PhilipP27
454Walker, IanP75
455Walther, SelmaP120, C120
456Wang, TongP10, C10
457Wang, WendunP97
458Wang, FeichengP92
459Waters, TomP19
460Waterson, MichaelP65
461Weidner, MartinP29
462Weigel, JonathanP71
463Weldon, MatthewP129, C129
464Wildnerova, LenkaP22, C22
465Willner, JohanP11, C11
466Wolf, AlexanderP82, C82
467Wong, Horng ChernP126
468Wu, SherryP35, C35
469Xiang, JiaP112, C112
470Xu, XiaoshuP3
471Yalonetzky, GastonP109
472Yildizparlak, AnilP56, C56
473Yoon, Ji HeeP59
474Young, GarryD79
475Zacchia, GiuliaP25
476ZHAN, CHAOQUNP72
477Zhang, YingyingP4, C4
478Zhang, HongsongP72, C72
479Zhang, JingyuP10
480Zhang, ShuonanP55, C55
481Zhao, YingyanP7, C7
482Zheng, KunP92
483Zheng, YuP93
484Zinovyeva, NataliaP38, C38

 

This program was last updated on 2019-04-17 08:36:01 EDT