Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2018

University of Sussex

 
March 26, 2018
 
08:45 to 10:00Registration & Coffee
 
 
10:00 to 11:15Sargan Lecture: Dave Donaldson (MIT) "Identification of International Trade Models, External Economies of Scale and the (Elusive) Gains from Industrial Policy"
 
 
11:15 to 11:45Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
11:45 to 13:15General Sessions 1
 
 
13:15 to 14:15Lunch
 
 
14:15 to 15:45Special Sessions A
 
 
15:45 to 16:15Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
16:15 to 17:30Economic Journal Lecture: Maristella Botticini (Bocconi) "Nature or Nurture? Jewish Child Care and Population Growth in Eastern and Central Europe, 1500-1930"
 
 
18:30 to 20:30Drinks Reception
 
 
 
March 27, 2018
 
09:00 to 10:30General Sessions 2
 
 
10:30 to 11:00Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:30Plenary Session: “The View on Brexit from Abroad: New Opportunities or Damage Control?” Panel - Michael C. Burda (Humboldt University Berlin), Meredith Crowley (University of Cambridge), Robert W. Staiger (Dartmouth College), L. Alan Winters (University of Sussex). Chair - Martin Sandbu (Financial Times)
 
 
12:30 to 13:30Lunch / RES AGM
 
 
13:30 to 15:00Special Sessions B
 
 
15:00 to 15:30Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
15:30 to 17:00General Sessions 3
 
 
17:00 to 17:30Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
17:30 to 18:45Hahn Lecture: Botond Koszegi (CEU) "Browsing versus Studying: A Pro-Market Case for Regulation"
 
 
19:30 to 23:00Gala Dinner
 
 
 
March 28, 2018
 
09:00 to 10:30General Sessions 4
 
 
10:30 to 11:00Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:15Past President's Address: Andrew Chesher "21st Century IV: Extending the Scope of Incomplete Models"
 
 
12:15 to 13:15Lunch / RES Women's Committee Special Session
 
 
13:15 to 14:45Special Sessions C
 
 
14:45 to 15:15Tea & Coffee Break
 
 
15:15 to 16:45General Sessions 5
 
 
 
March 27, 2018
 
08:30 to 09:00Tea & Coffee
 
 
 
March 28, 2018
 
08:30 to 09:00Tea & Coffee
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Sargan Lecture: Dave Donaldson (MIT) "Identification of International Trade Models, External Economies of Scale and the (Elusive) Gains from Industrial Policy"
March 26, 2018 10:00 to 11:15

General Sessions 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
 
Agricultural Markets, FUL 213
Econometrics: Panel Data, FUL 203
Finance: Banking 1, FUL 209
Experimental and Behavioural Economics: Culture and Politics, FUL 103
Applied Behavioural Economics 1, FUL 202
Innovation and R&D 1, FUL 211
Industrial Organisation: Various, FUL 102
Economic Theory: Bounded Rationality, FUL 208
Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 1, FUL 114
Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 1, FUL 113
Labour Economics: Programme Evaluation, FUL 104
Fiscal / Redistributive Interventions, FUL 205
Fiscal Policy and Deficits, FUL 212
Development: Health , FUL 112
Empirical Development Studies 1, FUL 201
Consumption and Saving, FUL 210
Environmental Policy in Open Economies, FUL 204
Firms Export Decisions, FUL 107
Monetary Policy, FUL 110
Empirical Macro 1, FUL 109
Inattention and Expectations, FUL 207
Lobbying and Voting , FUL 111
Child Development, FUL 206
Labour Economics: Wages 1, FUL 101

Special Sessions A
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
 
A1: Economic Journal Special Session - Globalisation and Inequality, JUB Lrg LT
A2: ESCoE - ONS Special Session: Economic Statistics for Times of Transition, FUL A
A3: Measuring Individual Poverty, FUL B
A4: Labour Share Dynamics, Heterogeneous Capital and Labour Market Regulation, JUB-115
A5: Economics Communication, JUB-118
A6: NIESR Special Session on Large-Scale Econometric Models: Do they have a Futu..., JUB-144

Economic Journal Lecture: Maristella Botticini (Bocconi) "Nature or Nurture? Jewish Child Care and Population Growth in Eastern and Central Europe, 1500-1930"
March 26, 2018 16:15 to 17:30

General Sessions 2
March 27, 2018 09:00 to 10:30
 
Conflict and Development, FUL 213
Empirical Corporate Finance , FUL 209
Experimental Games 1, FUL 205
Industrial Organisation: Organisations and Firms, FUL 207
Industrial Organisation: Theory 1, FUL 111
Law and Economics, FUL 103
Economic Theory: Information 1, FUL 102
Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 2, FUL 104
Labour Economics: Migration 1, FUL 203
Labour Economics: Returns to Education 1, FUL 202
Labour Economics: Wages 2, FUL 114
Behavioural Finance 1, FUL 212
Econometrics: Semi / Nonparametrics, FUL 112
Health Sector Management, FUL 109
Governance and Public Goods, FUL 110
UK Housing Market, FUL 113
Exports and Worker Heterogeneity, FUL 204
Gains from Trade: Inputs, FUL 107
Business Cycles and Financial Frictions, FUL 208
Macroeconomic Effects of Uncertainty, FUL 206
Firm Pricing Behaviour, FUL 101
Inequality and Redistribution, FUL 201
Early Childhood Education, FUL 106
Environmental Public Policy, FUL 210
Empirical Development Studies 2, FUL 211

Plenary Session: “The View on Brexit from Abroad: New Opportunities or Damage Control?” Panel - Michael C. Burda (Humboldt University Berlin), Meredith Crowley (University of Cambridge), Robert W. Staiger (Dartmouth College), L. Alan Winters (University of Sussex). Chair - Martin Sandbu (Financial Times)
March 27, 2018 11:00 to 12:30

Special Sessions B
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
 
B1: NIESR 80th Anniversary Special Session: Productivity Puzzles, JUB Lrg LT
B2: Bank of England Special Session: Low Equilibrium Interest Rates and Monetary..., FUL A
B3: Behavioral Econometrics, Subjective Well-Being, and Policy, FUL B
B4: MMF Special Session: Evidence on the Impact of Brexit , JUB-115
B5: The Effects of Longer Working at Older Ages, JUB-118
B6: Exploring Sub-Optimal Choices among Disadvantaged Students in UK Higher Educ..., JUB-144

General Sessions 3
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
 
Development: Credit Markets, FUL 211
Theoretical Finance , FUL 111
Applied Behavioural Economics 2, FUL 205
Industrial Organisation: Cartels, FUL 112
Industrial Organisation: Marketing, FUL 207
Economic History 1, FUL 202
Economic Theory: Mechanism Design, FUL 102
Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 3, FUL 104
Labour Economics: Migration 2, FUL 203
Labour Economics: Returns to Education 2, FUL 114
Labour Contracts and Markets, FUL 212
Finance: Banking 2, FUL 209
Econometrics: Structural Estimation, FUL 210
Public Health Interventions, FUL 101
Development: Labour Markets, FUL 113
Empirical Development Studies 3, FUL 103
Distributive and Affirmative Action Policies, FUL 206
Offshoring, FUL 107
Empirical Macro 2, FUL 106
Monetary Policy and Financial Crisis, FUL 109
Innovation and Productivity, FUL 201
Empirical Political Economics, FUL 213
Inequality, FUL 208
Educational Outcomes, FUL 204
Empirical International Economics, FUL 110

Hahn Lecture: Botond Koszegi (CEU) "Browsing versus Studying: A Pro-Market Case for Regulation"
March 27, 2018 17:30 to 18:45

General Sessions 4
March 28, 2018 09:00 to 10:30
 
Human Capital and Migration, FUL 111
Empirical Finance 1, FUL 112
Experimental Games 2, FUL 113
Innovation and R&D 2, FUL 110
Collective Decision Making, FUL 101
Economic Theory: Contract Theory, FUL 204
Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 2, FUL 201
Labour Economics: Migration 3, FUL 109
Labour Economics: Search, FUL 211
Labour Economics: Labour Supply, FUL 202
Financial Regulation, FUL 102
Financial Econometrics, FUL 209
Poverty and Inequality, FUL 104
House Prices and Rents, FUL 103
International Economics: Exchange Rates , FUL 207
International Trade and Trade Costs , FUL 208
Labour and Productivity, FUL 107
Monetary Policy Transmission, FUL 212
Fiscal Policy and Multipliers, FUL 210
Institutional Economics, FUL 213
Political Economics: Voting 1, FUL 203
Education: Empirical Studies, FUL 114
Inferring and modelling beliefs about inflation and deflation, FUL 106

Past President's Address: Andrew Chesher "21st Century IV: Extending the Scope of Incomplete Models"
March 28, 2018 11:00 to 12:15

Lunch / RES Women's Committee Special Session
March 28, 2018 12:15 to 13:15
 
The RES Women's Committee Special Session, JUB Lrg LT

Special Sessions C
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
 
C1: Econometrics Journal Special Session, JUB Lrg LT
C2: Gender Inequality, Occupational Choice and the Macroeconomy, FUL A
C3: The Economics of Policing, FUL B
C4: NuCAMP Special Session: Central Bank Communication, JUB-115
C5: The Understanding Society: the UK Household Longitudinal Study Special Sessi..., JUB-118
C6: Global Networks, Spillovers, and Contagion, JUB-144

General Sessions 5
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
 
Development: Field Experiments, FUL 114
Empirical Finance 2, FUL 211
Behavioural Decision Making, FUL 104
Industrial Organisation: Theory 2, FUL 204
Economic History 2, FUL 202
Economic Theory: Information 2, FUL 206
Economic Theory: Networks, Organisations and Firms, FUL 207
Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 3, FUL 103
Labour Economics: Discrimination and Peer Effects, FUL 201
Labour Economics: Unemployment, FUL 113
Behavioural Finance 2, FUL 210
Finance: Asset Pricing , FUL 112
Education in Developing Countries, FUL 111
Empirical Studies of Social Interactions, FUL 203
Foreign Direct Investment, FUL 110
Inflation Expectations, FUL 208
Financial Shocks and Contagion, FUL 212
Political Economics: Voting 2, FUL 213
Education: Teachers, FUL 107
Empirical Health Studies, FUL 101
Taxation and Income Elasticity, FUL 209
Methodological Innovations and Econometric Methods for the Measurement of Inequ..., FUL 102

 

Summary of All Sessions

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#Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
1March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 213 Agricultural Markets4
2March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 202 Applied Behavioural Economics 13
3March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 206 Child Development4
4March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 210 Consumption and Saving4
5March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 112 Development: Health 4
6March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 203 Econometrics: Panel Data4
7March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 208 Economic Theory: Bounded Rationality4
8March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 201 Empirical Development Studies 14
9March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 109 Empirical Macro 14
10March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 204 Environmental Policy in Open Economies4
11March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 103 Experimental and Behavioural Economics: Culture and Politics4
12March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 209 Finance: Banking 14
13March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 107 Firms Export Decisions4
14March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 205 Fiscal / Redistributive Interventions3
15March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 212 Fiscal Policy and Deficits4
16March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 207 Inattention and Expectations4
17March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 102 Industrial Organisation: Various4
18March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 211 Innovation and R&D 14
19March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 114 Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 14
20March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 113 Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 14
21March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 104 Labour Economics: Programme Evaluation4
22March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 101 Labour Economics: Wages 14
23March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 111 Lobbying and Voting 3
24March 26, 2018
11:45-13:15
FUL 110 Monetary Policy4
25March 26, 2018
14:15-15:45
JUB Lrg LT A1: Economic Journal Special Session - Globalisation and Inequality3
26March 26, 2018
14:15-15:45
FUL A A2: ESCoE - ONS Special Session: Economic Statistics for Times of Transition3
27March 26, 2018
14:15-15:45
FUL B A3: Measuring Individual Poverty4
28March 26, 2018
14:15-15:45
JUB-115 A4: Labour Share Dynamics, Heterogeneous Capital and Labour Market Regulation4
29March 26, 2018
14:15-15:45
JUB-118 A5: Economics Communication4
30March 26, 2018
14:15-15:45
JUB-144 A6: NIESR Special Session on Large-Scale Econometric Models: Do they have a Future? (with the University of Warwick)4
31March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 212 Behavioural Finance 14
32March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 208 Business Cycles and Financial Frictions4
33March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 213 Conflict and Development4
34March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 106 Early Childhood Education4
35March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 112 Econometrics: Semi / Nonparametrics3
36March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 102 Economic Theory: Information 14
37March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 209 Empirical Corporate Finance 4
38March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 211 Empirical Development Studies 25
39March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 210 Environmental Public Policy4
40March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 205 Experimental Games 13
41March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 204 Exports and Worker Heterogeneity3
42March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 101 Firm Pricing Behaviour4
43March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 107 Gains from Trade: Inputs4
44March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 110 Governance and Public Goods4
45March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 109 Health Sector Management3
46March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 207 Industrial Organisation: Organisations and Firms4
47March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 111 Industrial Organisation: Theory 14
48March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 201 Inequality and Redistribution3
49March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 104 Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 24
50March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 203 Labour Economics: Migration 14
51March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 202 Labour Economics: Returns to Education 14
52March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 114 Labour Economics: Wages 24
53March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 103 Law and Economics4
54March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 206 Macroeconomic Effects of Uncertainty4
55March 27, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 113 UK Housing Market4
56March 27, 2018
13:30-15:00
JUB Lrg LT B1: NIESR 80th Anniversary Special Session: Productivity Puzzles4
57March 27, 2018
13:30-15:00
FUL A B2: Bank of England Special Session: Low Equilibrium Interest Rates and Monetary Policy3
58March 27, 2018
13:30-15:00
FUL B B3: Behavioral Econometrics, Subjective Well-Being, and Policy3
59March 27, 2018
13:30-15:00
JUB-115 B4: MMF Special Session: Evidence on the Impact of Brexit 3
60March 27, 2018
13:30-15:00
JUB-118 B5: The Effects of Longer Working at Older Ages4
61March 27, 2018
13:30-15:00
JUB-144 B6: Exploring Sub-Optimal Choices among Disadvantaged Students in UK Higher Education4
62March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 205 Applied Behavioural Economics 24
63March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 211 Development: Credit Markets4
64March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 113 Development: Labour Markets4
65March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 206 Distributive and Affirmative Action Policies4
66March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 210 Econometrics: Structural Estimation4
67March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 202 Economic History 13
68March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 102 Economic Theory: Mechanism Design4
69March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 204 Educational Outcomes4
70March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 103 Empirical Development Studies 34
71March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 110 Empirical International Economics5
72March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 106 Empirical Macro 24
73March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 213 Empirical Political Economics4
74March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 209 Finance: Banking 24
75March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 112 Industrial Organisation: Cartels4
76March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 207 Industrial Organisation: Marketing4
77March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 208 Inequality4
78March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 201 Innovation and Productivity4
79March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 212 Labour Contracts and Markets3
80March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 104 Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 34
81March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 203 Labour Economics: Migration 24
82March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 114 Labour Economics: Returns to Education 24
83March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 109 Monetary Policy and Financial Crisis4
84March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 107 Offshoring4
85March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 101 Public Health Interventions4
86March 27, 2018
15:30-17:00
FUL 111 Theoretical Finance 4
87March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 101 Collective Decision Making4
88March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 204 Economic Theory: Contract Theory4
89March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 114 Education: Empirical Studies4
90March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 112 Empirical Finance 13
91March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 113 Experimental Games 24
92March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 209 Financial Econometrics4
93March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 102 Financial Regulation4
94March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 210 Fiscal Policy and Multipliers4
95March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 103 House Prices and Rents4
96March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 111 Human Capital and Migration4
97March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 106 Inferring and modelling beliefs about inflation and deflation4
98March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 110 Innovation and R&D 24
99March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 213 Institutional Economics3
100March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 207 International Economics: Exchange Rates 4
101March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 208 International Trade and Trade Costs 4
102March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 107 Labour and Productivity4
103March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 201 Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 24
104March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 202 Labour Economics: Labour Supply3
105March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 109 Labour Economics: Migration 34
106March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 211 Labour Economics: Search4
107March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 212 Monetary Policy Transmission4
108March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 203 Political Economics: Voting 14
109March 28, 2018
9:00-10:30
FUL 104 Poverty and Inequality4
110March 28, 2018
12:15-13:15
JUB Lrg LT The RES Women's Committee Special Session2
111March 28, 2018
13:15-14:45
JUB Lrg LT C1: Econometrics Journal Special Session2
112March 28, 2018
13:15-14:45
FUL A C2: Gender Inequality, Occupational Choice and the Macroeconomy4
113March 28, 2018
13:15-14:45
FUL B C3: The Economics of Policing3
114March 28, 2018
13:15-14:45
JUB-115 C4: NuCAMP Special Session: Central Bank Communication3
115March 28, 2018
13:15-14:45
JUB-118 C5: The Understanding Society: the UK Household Longitudinal Study Special Session4
116March 28, 2018
13:15-14:45
JUB-144 C6: Global Networks, Spillovers, and Contagion4
117March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 104 Behavioural Decision Making4
118March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 210 Behavioural Finance 23
119March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 114 Development: Field Experiments4
120March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 202 Economic History 22
121March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 206 Economic Theory: Information 24
122March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 207 Economic Theory: Networks, Organisations and Firms4
123March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 111 Education in Developing Countries4
124March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 107 Education: Teachers4
125March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 211 Empirical Finance 24
126March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 101 Empirical Health Studies4
127March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 203 Empirical Studies of Social Interactions4
128March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 112 Finance: Asset Pricing 3
129March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 212 Financial Shocks and Contagion4
130March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 110 Foreign Direct Investment4
131March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 204 Industrial Organisation: Theory 24
132March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 208 Inflation Expectations4
133March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 201 Labour Economics: Discrimination and Peer Effects4
134March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 103 Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 33
135March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 113 Labour Economics: Unemployment4
136March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 102 Methodological Innovations and Econometric Methods for the Measurement of Inequality and Poverty4
137March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 213 Political Economics: Voting 24
138March 28, 2018
15:15-16:45
FUL 209 Taxation and Income Elasticity3
 

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Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2018

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Agricultural Markets
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 213
 
Session Chair: Isis Gaddis, World Bank
 

1. The Persistent Effects of Monsoon Rainfall Shocks in India: A Nonlinear VAR Approach
By Bjoern Brey; University of Nottingham
Matthias Hertweck; Deutsche Bundesbank
   presented by: Bjoern Brey, University of Nottingham
 

2. Climate Change and Agriculture in a Developing Country: Farm Level Responses to Extreme Heat
By Fernando Aragon; Simon Fraser University
Francisco Oteiza; Royal Holloway
Juan Pablo Rud; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Francisco Oteiza, Royal Holloway
 

3. Adverse Selection in Fertilizer Markets: Evidence from Tanzania
By Anna Fairbairn; One Acre Fund
Hope Michelson; University of Illinois
brenna ellison; University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign
Annemie Maertens; University of Sussex
Victor Manyong; IITA
   presented by: Annemie Maertens, University of Sussex
 

4. Measuring farm labor: survey experimental evidence from Ghana
By Isis Gaddis; World Bank
Gbemisola Oseni; World Bank
Amparo Palacios-Lopez; World Bank
Janneke Pieters; Wageningen University
   presented by: Isis Gaddis, World Bank
 
Session 2: Development: Health
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 112
 
Session Chair: Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University
 

1. Does Community-Based Health Insurance Foster Preventive Health Behaviours? An Analysis of Self-reported Use of Preventive Health Interventions from Rural South-west Uganda.
By Emmanuel Rukundo; University of Bonn
   presented by: Emmanuel Rukundo, University of Bonn
 

2. Is Adolescence a Critical Window for Interventions against Stunting? Evidence from an International Cohort Study
By Andreas Georgiadis; Brunel University
   presented by: Andreas Georgiadis, Brunel University
 

3. The Impact of Durable Goods on Child Outcomes: Evidence from China
By Amanda Kerr; University of Evansville
   presented by: Amanda Kerr, University of Evansville
 

4. Male Education and Domestic Violence in Turkey: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
By Jan Fidrmuc; Brunel University
Mustafa Ozer; University of Portsmouth
   presented by: Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University
 
Session 3: Empirical Development Studies 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 201
 
Session Chair: Gonzalo Forgues-Puccio, Abertay University
 

1. The Dynamics of Corruption and Unemployment in a Growth Model with Heterogeneous Labour
By King Yoong Lim; Lancaster University Management School
   presented by: King Yoong Lim, Lancaster University Management School
 

2. Top Lights - Bright Spots and Their Contribution to Global Economic Activity
By Richard Bluhm; University of Hannover
Melanie Krause; University of Hamburg
   presented by: Melanie Krause, University of Hamburg
 

3. The a Political Economy of Foreign Aid Effectiveness: the Role of Economic Inequality
By Ieva Skarda; The University of York
   presented by: Ieva Skarda, The University of York
 

4. Gender Inequality, Corruption and Economic Development
By Gonzalo Forgues-Puccio; Abertay University
   presented by: Gonzalo Forgues-Puccio, Abertay University
 
Session 4: Consumption and Saving
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 210
 
Session Chair: Sarah Brown, University of Sheffield
 

1. Nonparametric Analysis of Time Preferences
By Laura Blow; University of Surrey
   presented by: Laura Blow, University of Surrey
 

2. How Does Consumption Respond to a Transitory Income Shock? Reconciling Natural Experiments and Semi-Structural Estimations
By Jeanne Commault; Ecole Polytechnique
   presented by: Jeanne Commault, Ecole Polytechnique
 

3. Consumption Inequality across Heterogeneous Families
By Alexandros Theloudis; Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research and UCL
   presented by: Alexandros Theloudis, Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic
 

4. FINANCIAL HARDSHIP AND SAVING BEHAVIOUR: BAYESIAN ANALYSIS OF BRITISH PANEL DATA
By Sarah Brown; University of Sheffield
Pulak Ghosh; Indian Institute of Management
Bhuvanesh Pareek; Indian Institute of Management Indore
Karl Taylor; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Sarah Brown, University of Sheffield
 
Session 5: Environmental Policy in Open Economies
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 204
 
Session Chair: Edward Manderson, University of Manchester
 

1. Pass-Through as a Test for Market Power: An Application to Solar Subsidies
By Jacquelyn Pless; University of Oxford
Arthur van Benthem; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Jacquelyn Pless, University of Oxford
 

2. Strategic Environmental Policy and International Market Share Rivalry under Differentiated Bertrand Duopoly
By Harvey Lapan; Iowa State University
Shiva Sikdar; Keele University
   presented by: Shiva Sikdar, Keele University
 

3. Energy abundance, trade and the geographical distribution of the manufacturing sector in China
By Robert Elliott; University of Birmingham
Puyang Sun; University of Nankai
Tong Zhu; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Tong Zhu, University of Birmingham
 

4. Energy Prices and International Trade: Incorporating Input-Output Linkages
By Ron Chan; University of Manchester
Edward Manderson; University of Manchester
Fan Zhang; World Bank
   presented by: Edward Manderson, University of Manchester
 
Session 6: Firms Export Decisions
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 107
 
Session Chair: Tommaso Aquilante, Bank of England
 

1. Experimentation Speed Across Products: Evidence from Peru in the USA Market
By Manuel Tong; University of Sussex
   presented by: Manuel Tong, University of Sussex
 

2. Innovation, trade and multi-product firms
By Letizia Montinari; OECD
Massimo Riccaboni; IMT Institute for Advanced Studies
Stefano Schiavo; University of Trento
   presented by: Massimo Riccaboni, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies
 

3. From Innovation to Exporting in Times of Crisis
By Mattia Di Ubaldo; The Economic and Social Research Institute
   presented by: Mattia Di Ubaldo, The Economic and Social Research Institute
 

4. Servitize and Export: Evidence from German Firms
By Tommaso Aquilante; Bank of England
   presented by: Tommaso Aquilante, Bank of England
 
Session 7: Monetary Policy
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 110
 
Session Chair: Irfan Qureshi, University of Warwick
 

1. The Fisher equation reconsidered
By Udara Peiris; NRU Higher School of Economics
Herakles Polemarchakis; University of Warwick
   presented by: Udara Peiris, NRU Higher School of Economics
 

2. Inflation Targeting as a Shock Absorber
By Marcel Fratzscher; DIW Berlin
Christoph Grosse Steffen; Banque de France
Malte Rieth; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Malte Rieth, DIW Berlin
 

3. What Do Latin American Inflation Targeters Care About? A Comparative Bayesian Estimation of Central Bank Preferences
By Stephen McKnight; El Colegio de Mexico
Alexander Mihailov; University of Reading
Antonio Pompa Rangel; Banco de México
   presented by: Alexander Mihailov, University of Reading
 

4. Monetary Policy Shifts and Central Bank Independence
By Irfan Qureshi; University of Warwick
   presented by: Irfan Qureshi, University of Warwick
 
Session 8: Empirical Macro 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 109
 
Session Chair: Roger Farmer, University of Warwick
 

1. Fiscal Policy and Occupational Employment Dynamics
By Christian Bredemeier; University of Cologne
Falko Juessen; University of Wuppertal
Roland Winkler; University of Antwerp
   presented by: Roland Winkler, University of Antwerp
 

2. Public Insurance of Married versus Single Households in the US: Trends and Welfare Consequences
By Swapnil Singh; Bank of Lithuania
   presented by: Swapnil Singh, Bank of Lithuania
 

3. Overhead Labour and Skill-biased Technological Change: The role of product diversification
By Choong Hyun Nam; KISDI
   presented by: Choong Hyun Nam, KISDI
 

4. Keynesian Macroeconomics Without the Phillips Curve
By Roger Farmer; University of Warwick
Giovanni Nicolò; UCLA
   presented by: Roger Farmer, University of Warwick
 
Session 9: Inattention and Expectations
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 207
 
Session Chair: Edoardo Palombo, Queen Mary University
 

1. Rational Inattention and Multiple Equilibria
By Martin Ellison; University of Oxford
Alistair Macaulay; University of Oxford
   presented by: Alistair Macaulay, University of Oxford
 

2. Learning about Banks' Net Worth and the Slow Recovery after the Financial Crisis
By Josef Hollmayr; Deutsche Bundesbank
Michael Kühl; Deutsche Bundesbank
   presented by: Michael Kühl, Deutsche Bundesbank
 

3. Permanent versus transitory income shocks over the business cycle
By Agnes Kovacs; NUFFIELD COLLEGE
Concetta Rondinelli; Bank of Italy
Serena Trucchi; UCL
   presented by: Serena Trucchi, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
 

4. Policy Uncertainty and Misallocation in Brexit UK
By Renato Faccini; Queen Mary University
Edoardo Palombo; Queen Mary University
   presented by: Edoardo Palombo, Queen Mary University
 
Session 10: Lobbying and Voting
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 111
 
Session Chair: Fabio Michelucci, CERGE-EI
 

1. Citizens or lobbies: who controls policy?
By Paolo Roberti; University of Bologna
   presented by: Paolo Roberti, University of Bologna
 

2. Precise Control over Legislative Vote Outcomes: A Forensic Approach to Special Interest Politics
By Ulrich Matter; University of St. Gallen
Michaela Slotwinski; Universität Basel
   presented by: Michaela Slotwinski, Universität Basel
 

3. Electoral Competition with Dynamic Campaign Contributions
By Andrea Mattozzi; European University Institute
Fabio Michelucci; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Fabio Michelucci, CERGE-EI
 
Session 11: Child Development
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 206
 
Session Chair: Jorge Garcia Hombrados, London School of Economics
 

1. Family First or the Kindness of Strangers? Foster Care Placements and Adult Outcomes
By Nicholas Lovett; University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
Yuhan Xue; University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
   presented by: Yuhan Xue, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
 

2. Parental Education and the Offspring's Mental Health
By Daniel Graeber; DIW Berlin
Daniel Schnitzlein; University of Hannover
   presented by: Daniel Graeber, DIW Berlin
 

3. Is the health of English babies worse in recessions?
By Elisabetta De Cao; University of Oxford
Barry McCormick; University of Oxford
Catia Nicodemo; CHSEO
   presented by: Elisabetta De Cao, University of Oxford
 

4. Child Marriage and Infant Mortality: Evidence from Ethiopia
By Jorge Garcia Hombrados; London School of Economics
   presented by: Jorge Garcia Hombrados, London School of Economics
 
Session 12: Fiscal Policy and Deficits
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 212
 
Session Chair: Katarzyna Habu, Oxford University
 

1. Immigration and Redistribution: Evidence from 8 Million Forced Migrants
By Arnaud Chevalier; Royal Holloway, University of London
Benjamin Elsner; Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
Andreas Lichter; IZA
Nico Pestel; Institute of Labor Economics (IZA)
   presented by: Arnaud Chevalier, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

2. Austerity and Life Satisfaction: The Role of Expectations.
By Sarah Brown; University of Sheffield
Alexandros Kontonikas; Essex Business School
Alberto Montagnoli; University of Sheffield
Mirko Moro; University of Stirling
Luisanna Onnis; University of Huddersfield
   presented by: Luisanna Onnis, University of Huddersfield
 

3. Mechanisms for the Control of Fiscal Deficits
By Hans Grüner; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Hans Grüner, University of Mannheim
 

4. The effect of loss offset provisions on the asymmetric behaviour of corporate tax revenues in the business cycle
By Katarzyna Habu; Oxford University
   presented by: Katarzyna Habu, Oxford University
 
Session 13: Fiscal / Redistributive Interventions
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 205
 
Session Chair: Rachel Griffith, IFS
 

1. Incidence of corporate tax credit on profits, wages and employment: evidence from a French reform
By Clément Carbonnier; University of Cergy-Pontoise
Clement Malgouyres; Banque de France
Loriane Py; Banque de France
Camille Urvoy; Sciences Po
   presented by: Camille Urvoy, Sciences Po
 

2. The Macroeconomic Effects of Obesity
By Panagiotis Margaris
   presented by: Panagiotis Margaris,
 

3. Individual preference heterogeneity, targeting and welfare effects of soda taxes
By Pierre Dubois; University of Toulouse
Rachel Griffith; IFS
Martin O'Connell; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Rachel Griffith, IFS
 
Session 14: Econometrics: Panel Data
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 203
 
Session Chair: Srdan Tatomir, Bank of England
 

1. Inference in Repeated Binary Games with Random States
By Arkadiusz Szydlowski; University of Leicester
   presented by: Arkadiusz Szydlowski, University of Leicester
 

2. Common Correlated Effect Cross-sectional Dependence Corrections for Non-linear Conditional Mean Panel Models
By Sinem Hacioglu Hoke; Bank of England
   presented by: Sinem Hacioglu Hoke, Bank of England
 

3. Distributional Regression in Survival Analysis
By Miguel Delgado; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Andrés García-Suaza; Universidad del Rosario
Pedro H. C. Sant'Anna; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Andrés García-Suaza, Universidad del Rosario
 

4. Business investment, cost of capital and uncertainty in the United Kingdom - evidence from a firm-level analysis
By Marko Melolinna; Bank of England
Helen Miller; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Srdan Tatomir; Bank of England
   presented by: Srdan Tatomir, Bank of England
 
Session 15: Finance: Banking 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 209
 
Session Chair: Alexander Jung, European Central Bank
 

1. Domestic banks as lightning rods? Home bias during Eurozone crisis
By Orkun Saka; London School of Economics (LSE)
   presented by: Orkun Saka, London School of Economics (LSE)
 

2. Which Banks Smooth and at What Price?
By Sotirios Kokas; University of Essex
Dmitri Vinogradov; University of Glasgow
Marios Zachariadis; University of Cyprus
   presented by: Marios Zachariadis, University of Cyprus
 

3. Dynamics of Access to Credit and Perceptions of Lending Policy: Evidence from a Firm Survey
By Jarko Fidrmuc; ZU Friedrichshafen
Christa Hainz; ifo Institute
Werner Hölzl; WIFO
   presented by: Jarko Fidrmuc, ZU Friedrichshafen
 

4. MONETARY POLICY NEWS SHOCKS AND THE SOUNDNESS OF THE EUROPEAN BANKING SYSTEM
By Alexander Jung; European Central Bank
   presented by: Alexander Jung, European Central Bank
 
Session 16: Experimental and Behavioural Economics: Culture and Politics
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 103
 
Session Chair: Alison Booth, Australian National University
 

1. A Cross-Societal Comparison of Cooperative Dispositions and Norm Enforcement
By Till Weber; University College Dublin
Benjamin Beranek; University of Nottingham
Simon Gächter; University of Nottingham
Fatima Lambarraa; Ecole Nationale d'Agriculture
Jonathan Schulz; Harvard University
   presented by: Till Weber, University College Dublin
 

2. Cooperation and leadership in a segregated community: Evidence from a lab-in-the-field experiment in a South African township
By Daniela Grieco; Bocconi University
   presented by: Daniela Grieco, Bocconi University
 

3. It’s mostly personal rather than political: the factors determining the return of a lost wallet before and after the 2015 UK General Election
By Paul Dolan; London School of Economics and Political Science
LAURA KUDRNA; London School of Economics and Political Science
Kate Laffan; London School of Economics and Political Science
   presented by: Kate Laffan, London School of Economics and Political Science
 

4. Gender Differences in Willingness to Compete: The Role of Culture and Institutions
By Alison Booth; Australian National University
   presented by: Alison Booth, Australian National University
 
Session 17: Applied Behavioural Economics 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 202
 
Session Chair: Abi Adams, University of Oxford
 

1. Are the poor really so present-biased? Experimental evidence from Pakistan
By Rachel Cassidy; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Rachel Cassidy, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

2. Limited Attention, Information Provision and Dietary Choices: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment
By Michele Belot; University of Edinburgh, EUI
Jonathan James; University of Bath
Jonathan Spiteri; University of Malta
   presented by: Jonathan James, University of Bath
 

3. What Do Consumers Consider Before They Choose? Identification from Asymmetric Demand Responses
By Abi Adams; University of Oxford
Jason Abaluck; Yale University
   presented by: Abi Adams, University of Oxford
 
Session 18: Innovation and R&D 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 211
 
Session Chair: Anton Bondarev, Universität Basel
 

1. Immigrants' Contribution to Innovativeness in Germany
By Katharina Candel-Haug; ifo Institute
Alexander Cuntz; Federal Commission of Experts for Innovation and Research
Oliver Falck; University of Munich (LMU)
   presented by: Katharina Candel-Haug, ifo Institute
 

2. R&D and firm growth during bad times
By Apoorva Gupta; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Apoorva Gupta, University of Nottingham
 

3. R&D Cyclicality and Composition Effects: A Unifying Approach
By Nikolay Chernyshev; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Nikolay Chernyshev, University of St Andrews
 

4. Dynamic heterogeneous R&D with cross-technologies interactions
By Anton Bondarev; Universität Basel
Frank Krysiak; University of Basel
   presented by: Anton Bondarev, Universität Basel
 
Session 19: Industrial Organisation: Various
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 102
 
Session Chair: Seung-Hyun Hong, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 

1. Fiscal policy volatility and capital misallocation: Evidence from China
By Sai Ding; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Sai Ding, University of Glasgow
 

2. Spatial models of heterogeneous switching costs
By Paolo Siciliani
   presented by: Paolo Siciliani,
 

3. The Balance of Power in Markets with Competitive and Direct Sales Channels
By David Ronayne; University of Oxford
Greg Taylor; University of Oxford
   presented by: Greg Taylor, University of Oxford
 

4. Quantifying Conflicts of Interest between Principal and Agent: Evidence from Dual Agency in Housing Search
By Seung-Hyun Hong; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   presented by: Seung-Hyun Hong, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 
Session 20: Economic Theory: Bounded Rationality
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 208
 
Session Chair: Sebastiano Della Lena, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
 

1. Savings Contracts for Naive Agents
By Tomasz Sulka; The University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Tomasz Sulka, The University of Edinburgh
 

2. Discrete beliefs space and equilibrium: a cautionary note
By Michele Berardi; University of Manchester
   presented by: Michele Berardi, University of Manchester
 

3. Observational Learning in Large Anonymous Games
By Ignacio Monzon; Collegio Carlo Alberto
   presented by: Ignacio Monzon, Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

4. On the Interplay Between Norms and Games
By Sebastiano Della Lena; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Pietro Dindo; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
   presented by: Sebastiano Della Lena, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
 
Session 21: Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 114
 
Session Chair: Emin Gahramanov, American University of Sharjah
 

1. Child Care Provision and Women's Careers in Firms
By Vidhi Chhaochharia; University of Miami
Suman Ghosh; Florida Atlantic University
Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi; University of Mannheim
Christoph Schneider; Tilburg University
   presented by: Vidhi Chhaochharia, University of Miami
 

2. The Labor Cost of Motherhood: is a Shorter Leave Helpful?
By Enrica Martino; INED (Paris), CHILD - Collegio Carlo Alberto
   presented by: Enrica Martino, INED (Paris), CHILD - Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

3. Maternal Employment and Child Outcomes: Evidence from the Irish Marriage Bar
By Irene Mosca; The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing, Trinity College Dublin
Vincent O'Sullivan; Lancaster University Management School
Robert Wright; University of Strathclyde
   presented by: Irene Mosca, The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing, Trinity College Dublin
 

4. Parental Transfers and Fertility: Does the Recipient’s Gender Matter?
By Emin Gahramanov; American University of Sharjah
   presented by: Emin Gahramanov, American University of Sharjah
 
Session 22: Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 113
 
Session Chair: Scott Kirkman, Newcastle University
 

1. From the pay-productivity disconnect to the labour share: The role of firm heterogeneity
By Matteo Richiardi; University of Oxford
Luis Valenzuela Rivera; University of Oxford
   presented by: Luis Valenzuela Rivera, University of Oxford
 

2. Entering the labour market in a weak economy: scarring and insurance
By Jonathan Cribb; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Andrew Hood; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Robert Joyce; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Jonathan Cribb, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

3. Nepotism vs. Specific Skills: the effect of liberalizations on returns to parental background of Italian lawyers
By Michele Raitano; University of Rome, La Sapienza
Francesco Vona; OFCE SciencesPo
   presented by: Michele Raitano, University of Rome, La Sapienza
 

4. Intergenerational Income Elasticities – The Effects of Modelling Decisions
By Scott Kirkman; Newcastle University
John Wildman; Newcastle University
   presented by: Scott Kirkman, Newcastle University
 
Session 23: Labour Economics: Programme Evaluation
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 104
 
Session Chair: Malte Sandner, Leibniz Universität Hannover
 

1. Can HRM Improve Schools’ Performance?
By Alex Bryson; UCL
Lucy Stokes; NIESR
David Wilkinson; UCL
   presented by: Alex Bryson, UCL
 

2. Does Middle Managers Training Improve School Performance? Evidence from a School Programme Intervention in England
By Vincenzo Scrutinio; London School of Economics
Shqiponja Telhaj; London School of Economics
   presented by: Vincenzo Scrutinio, London School of Economics
 

3. Heterogeneous Employment Effects of Job Search Programmes: A Machine Learning Approach
By Michael Knaus; University of St. Gallen
Michael Lechner; University of St. Gallen
Anthony Strittmatter; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Anthony Strittmatter, University of St. Gallen
 

4. The Effects of Universal Public Child Care Provision on Cases of Child Neglect and Abuse
By Malte Sandner; Leibniz Universität Hannover
Stephan Thomsen; Leibniz University Hannover
   presented by: Malte Sandner, Leibniz Universität Hannover
 
Session 24: Labour Economics: Wages 1
March 26, 2018 11:45 to 13:15
FUL 101
 
Session Chair: Rainer Kotschy, LMU Munich
 

1. Resolving the Public Sector Wage Premium Puzzle by Indirect Inference
By Patrick Minford; Cardiff University and CEPR
Yi Wang; Cardiff Metropolitan University
Peng Zhou; Cardiff University
   presented by: Yi Wang, Cardiff Metropolitan University
 

2. Follow the Leader? The Interaction between Public and Private Sector Wage Growth in the UK
By Arno Hantzsche; NIESR
Peter Dolton; NIESR, University of Sussex
Amit Kara; NIESR
   presented by: Arno Hantzsche, NIESR
 

3. Changing the Structure of Minimum Wages: Firm Adjustment and Wage Spillovers
By Giulia Giupponi; London School of Economics
Stephen Machin; LSE
   presented by: Giulia Giupponi, London School of Economics
 

4. Life Expectancy and Life-Cycle Wages: Evidence from the Cardiovascular Revolution in U.S. States
By Rainer Kotschy; LMU Munich
   presented by: Rainer Kotschy, LMU Munich
 
Session 25: A1: Economic Journal Special Session - Globalisation and Inequality
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
JUB Lrg LT
 
Session Chair: James Tybout, Pennsylvania State University
 

1. Trade and Informality in the Presence of Labor Market Frictions
By Rafael Dix-Carneiro; Duke University
Penelopi Goldberg; Yale University
Costas Meghir; Yale University
Gabriel Ulyssea; PUC-Rio
   presented by: Gabriel Ulyssea, PUC-Rio
 

2. Globalization, Trade Imbalances, and Labor Market Adjustment
By Rafael Dix-Carneiro; Duke University
Ricardo Reyes-Heroles; Princeton University
Sharon Traiberman; NYU
   presented by: Sharon Traiberman, NYU
 

3. Training, Offshoring, and the Job Ladder
By Nezih Guner; CEMFI
Alessandro Ruggieri; Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
James Tybout; Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: James Tybout, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 26: A2: ESCoE - ONS Special Session: Economic Statistics for Times of Transition
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
FUL A
 
Session Chair: Nick Vaughan, ONS
 

1. The UK Management and Expectations Survey: First Results
By Gaganan Awano; ONS
Nicholas Bloom; Stanford University
Paul Mizen; University of Nottingham
Rebecca Riley; National Institute of Economic and Socia
Tatsuro Senga; Queen Mary University of London
Philip Wales; ONS
   presented by: Tatsuro Senga, Queen Mary University of London
 

2. New Measures of UK Trade Dependence
By Bart Los; University of Groningen
Marcel Timmer; University of Groningen
   presented by: Marcel Timmer, University of Groningen
   Discussant:   Giordano Mion, NIESR and University of Sussex
 

3. Does Immigration Affect the Training of Native-Born Workers (and Are There Different Effects From EU and Non-EU Migrants)?
By Andrew Mountford; Royal Holloway, University of London
Jonathan Wadsworth; Royal Holloway
   presented by: Jonathan Wadsworth, Royal Holloway
 

 Discussants:
     1 Jonathan Portes, King’s College London
     2 Iain Bell, Population and Public Policy, ONS
 
Session 27: A3: Measuring Individual Poverty
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
FUL B
 
Session Chair: Isis Gaddis, World Bank
 

1. Identification of Random Resource Shares in Collective Households Without Preference Similarity Restrictions
By Arthur Lewbel; Boston College
   presented by: Arthur Lewbel, Boston College
 

2. Measuring Within-Household Welfare from Individual Food Consumption
By Ethan Ligon; University of California, Berkeley
   presented by: Ethan Ligon, University of California, Berkeley
 

3. Issues in the production of measures of individual poverty
By Alex Wolf; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Alex Wolf, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

4. A forward look on measuring individual poverty for policy
By Isis Gaddis; World Bank
Talip Kilic; World Bank
   presented by: Isis Gaddis, World Bank
 
Session 28: A4: Labour Share Dynamics, Heterogeneous Capital and Labour Market Regulation
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
JUB-115
 
Session Chair: Jimmy Lopez, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (LEDi); Banque de France
 

1. The long-run decline of the labour share: technology and heterogeneous capital
By Mary O'Mahony; King’s College London
Michela Vecchi; Middlesex University Business School and NIESR
Francesco Venturini; Università di Perugia
   presented by: Michela Vecchi, Middlesex University Business School and NIESR
 

2. Technology, capital, skills and the long-run dynamics of the labour share in Japan
By Kyoji Fukao
Cristiano Perugini; University of Perugia
   presented by: Cristiano Perugini, University of Perugia
 

3. Corporatism and the labour income share
By Mario Holzner; The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies
   presented by: Mario Holzner, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies
 

4. Employment protection legislation impacts on capital and skill composition
By Gilbert CETTE; Banque de France
Jimmy Lopez; Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (LEDi); Banque de France
Jacques Mairesse; ENSAE and Maastricht University
   presented by: Jimmy Lopez, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (LEDi); Banque de France
 
Session 29: A5: Economics Communication
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
JUB-118
 
Session Chair: Marina Della Giusta, University of Reading
 

1. Public perceptions of Economics: survey evidence and recent discussions on communicating economics
By Alvin Birdi; University of Bristol
   presented by: Alvin Birdi, University of Bristol
 

2. Communicating Economics
By Diane Coyle; University of Manchester
   presented by: Diane Coyle, University of Manchester
 

3. Economics and Journalism: insights from the ECONPUBLIC project
By Tiago Mata; University College London
   presented by: Tiago Mata, University College London
 

4. Economists and Scientists in Twitter: A Tale of Two Styles?
By Marina Della Giusta; University of Reading
   presented by: Marina Della Giusta, University of Reading
 
Session 30: A6: NIESR Special Session on Large-Scale Econometric Models: Do they have a Future? (with the University of Warwick)
March 26, 2018 14:15 to 15:45
JUB-144
 
Session Chair: Roger Farmer, University of Warwick
 

1. Benchmarking the macroeconomic forecasting performance of expert forecasters in the UK
By Ana Beatriz Galvao; University of Warwick
Anthony Garratt; University of Warwick
James Mitchell; University of Warwick
   presented by: Anthony Garratt, University of Warwick
 

2. DSGE Forecasts of the Lost Recovery: The New York Fed Experience
By Michael Cai; Duke University
Marco Del Negro; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Marc Giannoni; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Abhi Gupta; Federal Reserve Bank
Pearl Li
Erica Moszkowski; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

3. The Uses and Abuses of Macroeconomic Models
By Garry Young; NIESR
   presented by: Garry Young, NIESR
 

4. The Future of Large-Scale Models
By Roger Farmer; University of Warwick
   presented by: Roger Farmer, University of Warwick
 
Session 31: Conflict and Development
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 213
 
Session Chair: Chiara Kofol, Centre for Development Research (ZEF)
 

1. The Reach of Radio: Defection Messaging and Armed Group Behavior
By Alex Armand; University of Navarra
Paul Atwell; University of Michigan
Joseph Gomes; University of Navarra
   presented by: Alex Armand, University of Navarra
 

2. What's in a Name in a War
By Stepan Jurajda; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Stepan Jurajda, CERGE-EI
 

3. The Macroeconomics of Drug Trafficking
By David Chivers; University of Durham
Gonzalo Forgues-Puccio; University of St Andrews
serena masino; University of Westminster
   presented by: David Chivers, University of Durham
 

4. Child Labor and the Arrival of Refugees: Evidence from Tanzania
By Chiara Kofol; Centre for Development Research (ZEF)
Maryam Naghs Nejad; IZA
   presented by: Chiara Kofol, Centre for Development Research (ZEF)
 
Session 32: Governance and Public Goods
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 110
 
Session Chair: Chunping Liu, Nottingham Trent University
 

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

2. Ebola, Resistance and State Legitimacy
By Matthias Flueckiger; Queen's University Belfast and University of Basel
Markus Ludwig; University of Bayreuth
   presented by: Matthias Flueckiger, Queen's University Belfast and University of Basel
 

3. The Effect of War on Local Collective Action: Evidence from the Korean War
By Hyunjoo Yang; Incheon National University
   presented by: Hyunjoo Yang, Incheon National University
 

4. What determines China’s housing price dynamics? New evidence from a DSGE-VAR
By Chunping Liu; Nottingham Trent University
Zhirong Ou; Cardiff University
   presented by: Chunping Liu, Nottingham Trent University
 
Session 33: UK Housing Market
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 113
 
Session Chair: Nicola Garbarino, Bank of England
 

1. The European Refugee Crisis and House Prices: Evidence from the United Kingdom
By Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher; Xavier University
   presented by: Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher, Xavier University
 

2. Convergence clubs across property types in England and Wales local authorities
By Jesus Otero; Universidad del Rosario
   presented by: Jesus Otero, Universidad del Rosario
 

3. Determinants of distress in the UK owner-occupier and buy-to-let mortgage markets
By Vladimir Lazarov; Bank of England
Marc Hinterschweiger; Bank of England
   presented by: Marc Hinterschweiger, Bank of England
 

4. Downpayment and mortgage pricing: evidence from UK Help To Buy equity loans
By Matteo Benetton; London School of Economics
Philippe Bracke; Bank of England
Nicola Garbarino; Bank of England
   presented by: Nicola Garbarino, Bank of England
 
Session 34: Exports and Worker Heterogeneity
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 204
 
Session Chair: Andreas Hauptmann, IAB Institute for Employment Research
 

1. Exporting Creative and Cultural Products: Birthplace Diversity Matters!
By Gianluca Orefice; CEPII
   presented by: Gianluca Orefice, CEPII
 

2. Skill Scarcity, Wages, and Export Intensity
By Davide Suverato; LMU University of Munich
Carlo Perroni; University of Warwick
   presented by: Davide Suverato, LMU University of Munich
 

3. Diasporas, return migration and comparative advantage: a natural experiment of Yugoslavian refugees in Germany
By Dany Bahar; The Brookings Institution
Andreas Hauptmann; IAB Institute for Employment Research
Cem Ozguzel; Paris School of Economics
Hillel Rapoport; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Andreas Hauptmann, IAB Institute for Employment Research
 
Session 35: Gains from Trade: Inputs
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 107
 
Session Chair: Shengyu Li, Durham University
 

1. Economic Integration, Industrial Structure and Catch Up Growth: Firm-level Evidence from Poland
By Gonzalo Varela; World Bank
   presented by: Gonzalo Varela, World Bank
 

2. Value Added and Productivity Linkages Across Countries
By Francois de Soyres; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Francois de Soyres, World Bank
 

3. Input-quality upgrading from trade liberalization: Evidence on firm product scope and employment effects
By Maria BAS; University of Paris 1
Caroline Paunov; OECD
   presented by: Maria BAS, University of Paris 1
 

4. Input Prices, Productivity, and Trade Dynamics: Evidence from Chinese Paint Manufacturers
By Paul Grieco; Pennsylvania State University
Shengyu Li; Durham University
Hongsong Zhang; University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Shengyu Li, Durham University
 
Session 36: Business Cycles and Financial Frictions
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 208
 
Session Chair: Nauro Campos, Brunel University London
 

1. Adverse Selection and Financial Crises
By Jonathan Swarbrick; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Jonathan Swarbrick, Bank of Canada
 

2. Banks, financial frictions and the role of endogenous human capital accumulation
By Aliya Kenjegalieva; University of Stirling
Stylianos Asimakopoulos; University of Bath
   presented by: Aliya Kenjegalieva, University of Stirling
 

3. Interactions of Financial and Real Frictions Along the Business Cycle
By Stephen Millard; Bank of England, Durham University Business School and Centre for Macroeconomics
Alexandra Varadi; Bank of England
Eran Yashiv; Tel Aviv University
   presented by: Stephen Millard, Bank of England, Durham University Business School and Centre for Macroeconomics
 

4. Business Cycle Synchronisation in a Currency Union: Taking Stock of the Evidence
By Nauro Campos; Brunel University London
Jarko Fidrmuc; ZU Friedrichshafen
Iikka Korhonen; Bank of Finland
   presented by: Nauro Campos, Brunel University London
 
Session 37: Macroeconomic Effects of Uncertainty
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 206
 
Session Chair: Tatsuro Senga, Queen Mary University of London
 

1. Non-linear Effects of Uncertainty
By Andreas Dibiasi; ETH Zurich
   presented by: Andreas Dibiasi, ETH Zurich
 

2. News shocks in a time-varying stochastic volatility model with uncertainty
By Danilo Cascaldi-Garcia; University of Warwick
   presented by: Danilo Cascaldi-Garcia, University of Warwick
 

3. The Impact of Uncertainty Shocks in the U.K.
By Chris Redl
   presented by: Chris Redl,
 

4. A New Look at Uncertainty Shocks: Imperfect Information and Misallocation
By Tatsuro Senga; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Tatsuro Senga, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 38: Firm Pricing Behaviour
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 101
 
Session Chair: Mo Tian, Swansea University
 

1. I will survive. Pricing strategies of financially distressed firms
By Ioana Duca; ECB
José montero; Banco de Espana
Marianna Riggi; Banca d'Italia
Roberta Zizza; Banca d'Italia
   presented by: Roberta Zizza, Banca d'Italia
 

2. Heterogeneity in Nominal Price Rigidity and Returns to Scale
By MOHAMED DIABY; University of Nottingham
   presented by: MOHAMED DIABY, University of Nottingham
 

3. Pricing Behaviour and the Role of Trade Openness in the Transmission of Monetary Shocks
By Laura Povoledo; University of the West of England
   presented by: Laura Povoledo, University of the West of England
 

4. Price Dispersion in Online Betting Markets
By Oleksandr Talavera; Swansea University
Mo Tian; Swansea University
Huasheng Xiang; Swansea University
   presented by: Mo Tian, Swansea University
 
Session 39: Inequality and Redistribution
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 201
 
Session Chair: Weijie Luo, University of York
 

1. A Study on Altruistic and Electoral Income Redistribution: Theory and Data
By Dario Debowicz; swansea university
Alejandro Saporiti; University of Manchester
Yizhi Wang; University of Manchester
   presented by: Dario Debowicz, swansea university
 

2. International Trade and Political Approval: the Great Divide Between Skilled vs. Unskilled Individuals
By Cevat Giray Aksoy; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
   presented by: Cevat Giray Aksoy, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
 

3. Inequality and Growth in the 21st Century
By Weijie Luo; The University of York
   presented by: Weijie Luo, University of York
 
Session 40: Early Childhood Education
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 106
 
Session Chair: Alessandro Belmonte, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca
 

1. The Impact of Regulated Family Day Care on Child Development
By Larissa Zierow; ifo Institute Munich
   presented by: Larissa Zierow, ifo Institute Munich
 

2. Heterogeneous effects of mass academisation in England
By Lorenzo Neri; Queen Mary University of London
elisabetta pasini; queen mary university of london
   presented by: Lorenzo Neri, Queen Mary University of London
 

3. The impact of free early childhood education and care on educational achievement: a discontinuity approach investigating both quantity and quality of provision
By Jo Blanden; University of Surrey
Emilia Del Bono; University of Essex
Kirstine Hansen; University College London
Birgitta Rabe; University of Essex
   presented by: Jo Blanden, University of Surrey
 

4. School Infrastructure Spending and Educational Outcomes in Northern Italy
By Alessandro Belmonte; IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca
   presented by: Alessandro Belmonte, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca
 
Session 41: Environmental Public Policy
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 210
 
Session Chair: Elisabeth Isaksen, London School of Economics
 

1. The Energy Trap
By David Comerford; University of Strathclyde
Alessandro Spiganti; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: David Comerford, University of Strathclyde
 

2. Did the London Congestion Charge Reduce Pollution?
By Colin Green; NTNU
John Heywood; University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
María Navarro; Lancaster University
   presented by: Colin Green, NTNU
 

3. The Impact of Energy Prices on Employment and Environmental Performance: Evidence from French Manufacturing Establishments
By Giovanni Marin; University of Urbino 'Carlo Bo'
Francesco Vona; OFCE SciencesPo
   presented by: Giovanni Marin, University of Urbino 'Carlo Bo'
 

4. The environmental and distributional consequences of emissions markets: evidence from the Clean Air Interstate Rule
By Elisabeth Isaksen; London School of Economics
Mehdi Benatiya Andaloussi; Columbia University
   presented by: Elisabeth Isaksen, London School of Economics
 
Session 42: Health Sector Management
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 109
 
Session Chair: Katharina Janke, Lancaster University
 

1. Does Health Care Decentralization Deter People from Going Private?
By Joan Costa Font; LSE
   presented by: Joan Costa Font, LSE
 

2. Human Resource Management, Complementarity and Hospital Performance
By Manhal Ali; University of Manchester
   presented by: Manhal Ali, University of Manchester
 

3. Management styles in the public sector: Evidence from the English NHS
By Katharina Janke; Lancaster University
Carol Propper
Raffaella Sadun; Harvard Business School
   presented by: Katharina Janke, Lancaster University
 
Session 43: Econometrics: Semi / Nonparametrics
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 112
 
Session Chair: Florian Gunsilius, Brown University
 

1. Measurement Error and Rank Correlations
By Toru Kitagawa; University College London
Martin Nybom; Stockholm University
Jan Stuhler; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Toru Kitagawa, University College London
 

2. Quantiles via Moments
By José Machado
Joao Santos Silva; University of Surrey
   presented by: José Machado,
 

3. Identification in multivariate nonseparable triangular models - with applications to Engel curves, the BLP-, and Hedonic models
By Florian Gunsilius; Brown University
   presented by: Florian Gunsilius, Brown University
 
Session 44: Behavioural Finance 1
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 212
 
Session Chair: Jingzhi Chen, University of York
 

1. Generalized Disappointment Aversion, Learning, and Asset Prices
By Mykola Babiak; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Mykola Babiak, CERGE-EI
 

2. Anchoring and Manipulation in Speculative Markets: A Field Experiment
By Alasdair Brown; University of East Anglia
Fuyu Yang; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Alasdair Brown, University of East Anglia
 

3. Social media bots and stock market
By Rui Fan; Swansea University
Oleksandr Talavera; Swansea University
Vu Tran; Swansea University
   presented by: Vu Tran, Swansea University
 

4. Funding Liquidity and the Efficacy of Arbitrage
By Jingzhi Chen; University of York
   presented by: Jingzhi Chen, University of York
 
Session 45: Empirical Corporate Finance
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 209
 
Session Chair: Katsutoshi Shimizu, Nagoya University
 

1. ‘Say-on-Pay’, Binding Votes and the Vesting Ratios of Performance Equity
By Rodion Skovoroda; Nottingham University
Alistair Bruce; Nottingham University Business School
Trevor Buck; Glasgow University
Ian Gregory-Smith; U Sheffield
   presented by: Rodion Skovoroda, Nottingham University
 

2. On the Role of Foreign Directors: New Insights from Cross-Listed Firms
By Chinmoy Ghosh; University of Connecticut
Fan He; Central Connecticut State University
Haoyong Zhou; Keele University
   presented by: Chinmoy Ghosh, University of Connecticut
 

3. Tournament incentives and age heterogeneity
By Oleksandr Talavera; Swansea University
Shuxing Yin; University of Sheffield
Mao Zhang; university of sheffield
   presented by: Mao Zhang, university of sheffield
 

4. Pecking order hypothesis under negative investment environment
By Katsutoshi Shimizu; Nagoya University
Kim Cuong Ly; Swansea University
   presented by: Katsutoshi Shimizu, Nagoya University
 
Session 46: Experimental Games 1
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 205
 
Session Chair: Andrea Isoni, University of Warwick
 

1. The strategic sophistication of conditional cooperators: Evidence from public goods games
By Francesco Fallucchi; LISER
Andrew Luccasen; Mississippi University for Women
Theodore Turocy; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Theodore Turocy, University of East Anglia
 

2. Cooperation in Public Goods Games Predicts Behaviour in Incentive-Matched Binary Dilemmas: Evidence for Stable Pro-Sociality
By Timothy Mullett; University of Warwick
Rebecca McDonald; University of Birmingham
Gordon Brown; University of Warwick
   presented by: Rebecca McDonald, University of Birmingham
 

3. Imprecise Preferences and Beliefs in Simple Games
By Andrea Isoni; University of Warwick
Graham Loomes; University of Warwick
Daniel Navarro-Martinez; Pompeu Fabra University
David Butler; Murdoch University
   presented by: Andrea Isoni, University of Warwick
 
Session 47: Industrial Organisation: Organisations and Firms
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 207
 
Session Chair: Kenneth Corts, University of Toronto
 

1. Productivity and Organization in Portuguese Firms
By Lorenzo Caliendo; Yale University
Giordano Mion; NIESR and University of Sussex
Luca David Opromolla; Banco de Portugal
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg; Princeton University
   presented by: Giordano Mion, NIESR and University of Sussex
 

2. Vertical Foreclosure in the Global Production Network
By Johannes Boehm; Sciences Po and Princeton University
Jan Sonntag; Sciences Po Paris
   presented by: Jan Sonntag, Sciences Po Paris
 

3. Political Connections and Market Structure
By Lorenzo Magnolfi; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Camilla Roncoroni; University of Warwick
   presented by: Camilla Roncoroni, University of Warwick
 

4. Long-Term Contracts and Repeated Interaction: Evidence from the Costa Rican Coffee Market
By Kenneth Corts; University of Toronto
Octavio Martinez; University of Toronto
   presented by: Kenneth Corts, University of Toronto
 
Session 48: Industrial Organisation: Theory 1
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 111
 
Session Chair: Roberto Pinheiro, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

1. Manipulation through Biased Product Reviews
By Kemal Akoz; New York University Abu Dhabi
CEMAL EREN ARBATLI; NRU HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Levent Celik; Higher School of Economics
   presented by: Levent Celik, NRU Higher School of Economics
 

2. Partial forward integration
By Matthias Hunold; Uni Düsseldorf
Frank Schluetter; DICE
   presented by: Frank Schluetter, DICE
 

3. Obfuscation and shrouding with network effects - The Facebook/WhatsApp case
By Georg Clemens; Compass Lexecon
   presented by: Georg Clemens, Compass Lexecon
 

4. Costly Information Intermediation as a Natural Monopoly
By Daniel Monte; Sao Paulo School of Economics FGB
Roberto Pinheiro; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Roberto Pinheiro, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 
Session 49: Law and Economics
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 103
 
Session Chair: Ria Ivandic, London School of Economics; King's College London
 

1. Prices, Policing and Policy: Their Role in Crime Booms and Busts
By Tom Kirchmaier; Copenhagen Business School & LSE
Stephen Machin; LSE
Matteo Sandi; CEP, LSE
Robert Witt; University of Surrey and CEP, LSE
   presented by: Robert Witt, University of Surrey and CEP, LSE
 

2. Crime-Age Profiles and School Dropout
By Brian Bell; London School of Economics / King's
Rui Costa; UCL
Stephen Machin; LSE
   presented by: Rui Costa, UCL
 

3. Dynamics in Gun Ownership and Crime - Evidence from the Aftermath of Sandy Hook
By Christoph Koenig; University of Bristol
David Schindler; Tilburg University
   presented by: Christoph Koenig, University of Bristol
 

4. Jihadi Attacks and Local Hate Crime
By Jordi Blanes i Vidal; London School of Economics
Ria Ivandic; London School of Economics; King's College London
Tom Kirchmaier; Copenhagen Business School & LSE
Stephen Machin; LSE
   presented by: Ria Ivandic, London School of Economics; King's College London
 
Session 50: Economic Theory: Information 1
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 102
 
Session Chair: Davit Khantadze, University of Warwick
 

1. Information Acquisition and Use by Networked Players
By David Myatt; London Business School
Christopher Wallace; University of Manchester
   presented by: Christopher Wallace, University of Manchester
 

2. Persuasion for the Long-Run
By James Best; University of Oxford
Daniel Quigley; University of Oxford
   presented by: Daniel Quigley, University of Oxford
 

3. Signalling with Endogenous Private Information
By Matthew Robertson; University of Strathclyde
   presented by: Matthew Robertson, University of Strathclyde
 

4. Two-Dimensional Bayesian Persuasion
By Davit Khantadze; University of Warwick
   presented by: Davit Khantadze, University of Warwick
 
Session 51: Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 2
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 104
 
Session Chair: Rachel Cassidy, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

1. Gender differences in goal-setting: Evidence from fundraising
By Sarah Smith; CMPO, University of Bristol
   presented by: Sarah Smith, CMPO, University of Bristol
 

2. The Effect of Age and Gender on Labor Demand: Evidence from a Field Experiment
By Magnus Carlsson; Linnaeus University
Stefan Eriksson; Uppsala University
   presented by: Stefan Eriksson, Uppsala University
 

3. Fertility Responses to Reductions in Mortality: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from 20th Century America
By Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex UK
Atheendar Venkataramani; University of Pennsylvania
Selma Walther; University of Warwick
   presented by: Selma Walther, University of Warwick
 

4. The Power to Protect: Household Bargaining and Female Condom Use
By Rachel Cassidy; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Marije Groot Bruinderink; AIGHD
Wendy Janssens; VU University Amsterdam
Karlijn Morsink; University of Oxford
   presented by: Rachel Cassidy, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 52: Labour Economics: Migration 1
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 203
 
Session Chair: Gregory Clark, University of California Davis
 

1. `Good Jobs', Training and Skilled Immigration
By Andrew Mountford; Royal Holloway, University of London
Jonathan Wadsworth; Royal Holloway
   presented by: Andrew Mountford, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

2. Industry value added and employment of migrant workers
By Elena Gentili; Università della Svizzera Italiana
   presented by: Elena Gentili, Università della Svizzera Italiana
 

3. Area genetics as a cause and consequence of inequality in the United Kingdom
By Abdel Abdellaoui; VU Amsterdam
David Hugh-Jones; University of East Anglia
Karin Verweij; VU Amsterdam
   presented by: David Hugh-Jones, University of East Anglia
 

4. The Big Sort: Selective Migration and the Decline of Northern England, 1800-2017
By Gregory Clark; University of California Davis
Neil Cummins; LSE
   presented by: Gregory Clark, University of California Davis
 
Session 53: Labour Economics: Returns to Education 1
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 202
 
Session Chair: Matteo Sandi, CEP, LSE
 

1. Labor Market Returns to College Major Specificity
By Margaret Leighton; University of St Andrews
Jamin Speer; University of Memphis
   presented by: Margaret Leighton, University of St Andrews
 

2. Caught in the Cycle: Timing of Enrollment and Labor Market Performance of University Graduates
By Alena Bicakova; CERGE-EI
Guido Matias Cortes; York University
Jacopo Mazza; University of Essex
   presented by: Jacopo Mazza, University of Essex
 

3. The Signaling Value of College Grades
By Anne Hansen; The Danish National Centre for Social Research
Ulrik Hvidman; University of Aarhus
Hans Henrik Sievertsen; University of Bristol
   presented by: Hans Henrik Sievertsen, University of Bristol
 

4. Autonomous Schools and Strategic Pupil Exclusion
By Steve Machin; LSE
Matteo Sandi; CEP, LSE
   presented by: Matteo Sandi, CEP, LSE
 
Session 54: Labour Economics: Wages 2
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 114
 
Session Chair: Carl Singleton, University of Edinburgh
 

1. Booming industry, wage spillovers and Dutch disease: Norway reported fit?
By Jan Morten Dyrstad; Norwegian University of Science and Tech
   presented by: Jan Morten Dyrstad, Norwegian University of Science and Tech
 

2. The effect of minimum wages on the total number of jobs: Evidence from the United States using a bunching estimator
By Doruk Cengiz; University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Arindrajit Dube; University of Massachusetts Amherst
Attila Lindner; University College London
Ben Zipperer; Washington Center for Equitable Growth
   presented by: Attila Lindner, University College London
 

3. The (Ir)Relevance of Newly Hired and Incumbent Workers' Wage Cyclicality for the Volatility of Job Creation
By Marco Fongoni; University of Strathclyde
   presented by: Marco Fongoni, University of Strathclyde
 

4. Real wages and hours in the Great Recession: Evidence from firms and their entry-level jobs
By Daniel Schaefer; University of Edinburgh
Carl Singleton; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Carl Singleton, University of Edinburgh
 
Session 55: Empirical Development Studies 2
March 27, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 211
 
Session Chair: Maria Franco Gavonel, University of Oxford
 

1. Income Smoothing Among Thai Households
By Chowdhury Shabab; University of Sussex
   presented by: Chowdhury Shabab, University of Sussex
 

2. The Aid and Growth Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Budgetary and Non-Budgetary Aid Recipient Countries
By Godwin Okafor; Southampton Solent University, UK
   presented by: Godwin Okafor, Southampton Solent University, UK
 

3. Micro credit Scheme Impact on Household Vulnerability and Empowerment: Evidence from a Developing Economy
By Ngozi Ibeji; University of Northampton
   presented by: Ngozi Ibeji, University of Northampton
 

4. The Effect of Foreign Competition on Family and Network Labour Allocation
By Margaryta Klymak; Trinity College Dublin
   presented by: Margaryta Klymak, Trinity College Dublin
 

5. Effects of Internal Migration on Youth’s Cognitive and Psychosocial Skills in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam
By Maria Franco Gavonel; University of Oxford
   presented by: Maria Franco Gavonel, University of Oxford
 
Session 56: B1: NIESR 80th Anniversary Special Session: Productivity Puzzles
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
JUB Lrg LT
 
Session Chair: Jagjit Chadha, NIESR
 

1. Britain’s Persistent Productivity Failure: is the EU Really to Blame?
By Nicholas Crafts; University of Warwick
   presented by: Nicholas Crafts, University of Warwick
 

2. What Can We Learn from Cross-Country Firm-Level Analysis?
By Eric Bartelsman; Vrije Univesiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute
   presented by: Eric Bartelsman, Vrije Univesiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute
 

3. The Anatomy of Labour Productivity in the UK: Lessons from New and Existing Data Sources
By Gaganan Awano; ONS
Philip Wales; ONS
   presented by: Philip Wales, ONS
 

4. Below the aggregate: A detailed account of the UK productivity puzzle
By Rebecca Riley; National Institute of Economic and Socia
Ana Rincon Aznar; The National Institute of Economic and Social Research
Lea Samek; NIESR, ESCoE
   presented by: Rebecca Riley, National Institute of Economic and Socia
 
Session 57: B2: Bank of England Special Session: Low Equilibrium Interest Rates and Monetary Policy
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
FUL A
 
Session Chair: Michael Kiley, Federal Reserve Board
 

1. A Long Run Macro-Finance Perspective on Real Interest rates
By Rodrigo Guimaraes; Bank of England
Gertjan Vlieghe; Bank of England
   presented by: Rodrigo Guimaraes, Bank of England
 

2. Risk shocks and monetary policy in the new normal
By Martin Seneca; Bank of England
   presented by: Martin Seneca, Bank of England
 

3. Quantitative easing and the ‘new normal’ in monetary policy
By Michael Kiley; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Michael Kiley, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 58: B3: Behavioral Econometrics, Subjective Well-Being, and Policy
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
FUL B
 
Session Chair: G. Charles-Cadogan, University of Leicester, School of Business
 

1. Overoptimistic Entrepreneurs: Predicting Wellbeing Consequences of Self-Employment
By Reto Odermatt; London School of Economics
Nattavudh Powdthavee; Warwick Business School and London School of Economics
Alois Stutzer; University of Basel
   presented by: Reto Odermatt, London School of Economics
 

2. Estimation and Inference for Loss Aversion in Cross Sectional Regressions of Happiness and Consumption on Economic Growth
By G. Charles-Cadogan; University of Leicester, School of Business
   presented by: G. Charles-Cadogan, University of Leicester, School of Business
 

3. Putting Subjective Well-being to Use for Ex-ante Policy Evaluation
By Holguer Jara Tamayo; University of Essex
Erik Schokkaert; K U Leuven
   presented by: Holguer Jara Tamayo, University of Essex
 
Session 59: B4: MMF Special Session: Evidence on the Impact of Brexit
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
JUB-115
 
Session Chair: Chris Giles, FInancial TImes
 

1. New Survey Evidence on the Impact of Brexit on UK Firms
By Nicholas Bloom; Stanford University
Philip Bunn; Bank of England
Paul Mizen; University of Nottingham
Pawel Smietanka; University of Nottingham
Gregory Thwaites; LSE & Bank of England
   presented by: Paul Mizen, University of Nottingham
 

2. The Economic Impact of the Leave Vote: Evidence from Prices and Trade Flows
By Holger Breinlich; University of Nottingham
Elsa Leromain; LSE
Dennis Novy; University of Warwick
Thomas Sampson
   presented by: Dennis Novy, University of Warwick
 

3. The Local Economic Effects of Brexit
By Swati Dhingra; London School of Economics
Stephen Machin; LSE
   presented by: Stephen Machin, LSE
 
Session 60: B5: The Effects of Longer Working at Older Ages
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
JUB-118
 
Session Chair: Richard Blundell, University College London and Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

1. The causal impact of longer working on cognitive function and mobility: exploiting the increase in the state pension age for women in the UK
By James Banks; University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal Studies
Jonathan Cribb; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Carl Emmerson; Institute for Fiscal Studies
David Sturrock; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Carl Emmerson, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

2. Early retirement keeps you healthy and extends your life – if you are given a lot more leisure for a little less income
By Paul Bingley; Danish National Centre for Social Research SFI
Peder Pedersen; VIVE – The Danish Centre of Applied Social Science
   presented by: Paul Bingley, Danish National Centre for Social Research SFI
 

3. The effect of early retirement on health: Evidence from a German pension reform
By Stefan Etgeton; DIW Berlin
Peter Haan; DIW Berlin, FU Berlin
Anna Hammerschmid; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Stefan Etgeton, DIW Berlin
 

4. Impact of later retirement on mortality: Evidence from France
By Antoine Bozio; Paris school of economics
Clémentine Garrouste; PSL, Paris Dauphine University
Elsa Perdrix; PSE
   presented by: Elsa Perdrix, PSE
 
Session 61: B6: Exploring Sub-Optimal Choices among Disadvantaged Students in UK Higher Education
March 27, 2018 13:30 to 15:00
JUB-144
 
Session Chair: Nikki Shure, University College London Institute of Education
 

1. Socio-economic gaps in Higher Education Access, Outcomes and Returns: Evidence and Policy Lessons from English Administrative Data
By Lorraine Dearden
   presented by: Lorraine Dearden,
 

2. Academic undermatch among high-attaining disadvantaged students: school, neighbourhood, and regional factors
By Stuart Campbell; University College London
Lindsey Macmillan; Institute of Education
Richard Murphy; University of Texas at Austin
Gill Wyness; UCL Institute of Education
   presented by: Gill Wyness, UCL Institute of Education
 

3. The relationship between A-level subject choice and league table score of university attended: the ‘facilitating’, the ‘less suitable’ and the counter-intuitive
By Catherine Dilnot; UCL Institute of Education
   presented by: Catherine Dilnot, UCL Institute of Education
 

4. Describing First in Family University Graduates in England
By Morag Henderson; UCL Institute of Education)
Nikki Shure; University College London Institute of Education
   presented by: Nikki Shure, University College London Institute of Education
 
Session 62: Development: Credit Markets
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 211
 
Session Chair: Mahreen Mahmud, University of Oxford
 

1. Rural Credit, Agricultural Productivity, and Crop Choice
By Camille Boudot; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Camille Boudot, University of Edinburgh
 

2. Financial Access Expansion and Welfare: Evidence from Zambia
By Elizabeth Nanziri; University of Oxford
   presented by: Elizabeth Nanziri, University of Oxford
 

3. Microfinance for Startups: Experimental Evidence from Pakistan
By Farah Said; Lahore School of Economics
Mahreen Mahmud; University of Oxford
Azam Chaudhry; Lahore School of Economics
   presented by: Farah Said, Lahore School of Economics
 

4. Repaying Microcredit Loans: A Natural Experiment on Liability Structure
By Mahreen Mahmud; University of Oxford
   presented by: Mahreen Mahmud, University of Oxford
 
Session 63: Development: Labour Markets
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 113
 
Session Chair: Michael Koelle, University of Oxford
 

1. State Dependence in Labor Market Fluctuations: Evidence, Theory and Policy Implications
By Carlo Pizzinelli; University of Oxford
Francesco Zanetti; University of Oxford
   presented by: Carlo Pizzinelli, University of Oxford
 

2. Job referrals and strategic network formation - Experimental evidence from urban neighbourhoods in Ethiopia
By Marc Witte; University of Oxford
   presented by: Marc Witte, University of Oxford
 

3. Job satisfaction among young workers in Eastern and Southern Africa: a comparative analysis
By Andy Mckay; University of Sussex
Andrew Newell; University of Sussex
Cinzia Rienzo; King s College London
   presented by: Cinzia Rienzo, King s College London
 

4. Microenterprises and the Lure of Wage Work: Theory and Evidence from Mexican Export Manufacturing
By Michael Koelle; University of Oxford
   presented by: Michael Koelle, University of Oxford
 
Session 64: Empirical Development Studies 3
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 103
 
Session Chair: Caterina Gennaioli, Queen Mary University of London
 

1. Scarring and Selection in the Great Irish Famine
By Matthias Blum; Queen's University Belfast
Christopher Colvin; Queen's University Belfast
Eoin McLaughlin; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Christopher Colvin, Queen's University Belfast
 

2. Soil Quality and Colonization
By satyendra Gupta; Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
   presented by: satyendra Gupta, Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
 

3. Urbanization, Structural Transformation and Rural-Urban Disparities in China and India
By Viktoria Hnatkovska; University of British Columbia
Amartya Lahiri; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Amartya Lahiri, University of British Columbia
 

4. Toxic Roads: Unearthing Hazardous Waste Dumping
By Caterina Gennaioli; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Caterina Gennaioli, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 65: Distributive and Affirmative Action Policies
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 206
 
Session Chair: Georges Vivien Houngbonon, Ecole Centrale Paris
 

1. The gold digger and the machine. Evidence on the distributive effect of the artisanal and industrial gold rushes in Burkina Faso
By Victoire Girard; Univ. Orléans and Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
   presented by: Victoire Girard, Univ. Orléans and Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
 

2. Vouchers for Low-Cost Private Schools: Six-Year Impacts from a Lottery in Delhi
By Lee Crawfurd; University of Sussex
   presented by: Lee Crawfurd, University of Sussex
 

3. The Effect of Quarantining Welfare on School Attendance in Indigenous Communities
By Deborah Cobb-Clark; University of Sydney
Nathan Kettlewell; University of Sydney
Stefanie Schurer; University of Sydney
Sven Silburn; Menzies School of Health Research
   presented by: Deborah Cobb-Clark, University of Sydney
 

4. Broadband Internet and Income Inequality
By Georges Vivien Houngbonon; Ecole Centrale Paris
   presented by: Georges Vivien Houngbonon, Ecole Centrale Paris
 
Session 66: Offshoring
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 107
 
Session Chair: Simone Moriconi, IESEG School of Management
 

1. Temporary Jobs and Globalization
By Hitoshi Sato
Tomohiro Machikita; Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO)
   presented by: Hitoshi Sato,
 

2. Trade, Technology and the Rise of Non-Routine Jobs
By Gaaitzen de Vries; University of Groningen
Laurie Reijnders; University of Groningen
   presented by: Gaaitzen de Vries, University of Groningen
 

3. Effects of services offshoring on local labour markets
By Martina Magli; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Martina Magli, University of Nottingham
 

4. The Role of Regulations and Networks in Firms' Offshoring Decisions
By Simone Moriconi; IESEG School of Management
Giovanni Peri; University of Califonia, Davis
dario pozzoli; Copenhagen Business School
   presented by: Simone Moriconi, IESEG School of Management
 
Session 67: Empirical Macro 2
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 106
 
Session Chair: Simone Valente, University of East Anglia
 

1. The Global Rise of Asset Prices and the Labor Share Decline
By Ignacio Gonzalez; Columbia University
Pedro Trivin; Universitat de Girona
   presented by: Pedro Trivin, Universitat de Girona
 

2. A Head-to-Head Comparison of Augmented Wealth in Germany and the United States
By Timm Boenke; Free University Berlin
Markus Grabka; DIW Berlin
carsten schroeder; Free University Berlin and SOEP at DIW Berlin
Edward Wolff; New York University
   presented by: Timm Boenke, Free University Berlin
 

3. Government borrowing cost and budget deficits: is investment spending different?
By Jemima Peppel-Srebrny; University of Oxford
   presented by: Jemima Peppel-Srebrny, University of Oxford
 

4. Wealth Creation, Wealth Dilution and Population Dynamics
By Christa Brunnschweiler; University of East Anglia
Pietro Peretto; Duke University
Simone Valente; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Simone Valente, University of East Anglia
 
Session 68: Monetary Policy and Financial Crisis
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 109
 
Session Chair: Ceri Davies, University of Birmingham
 

1. Long-Run Dynamics and Short-Run Variations of U.S. Corporate Cash Holding
By Ruhollah Eskandari; University of York
Morteza Zamanian; Sharif University of Technology
   presented by: Ruhollah Eskandari, University of York
 

2. The Money Multiplier in the Financial Crisis: a Quantitative Evaluation
By Jagjit Chadha; NIESR
Luisa Corrado; University of Rome Tor Vergata
Jack Meaning; Bank of England
Tobias Schuler; Ifo
   presented by: Tobias Schuler, Ifo
 

3. Financial Crisis, Monetary Base Expansion and Risk
By Stylianos Tsiaras; University of Surrey
   presented by: Stylianos Tsiaras, University of Surrey
 

4. Nominal Interest Rates and Inflation Rate Inversion: Bank Shocks and the Great Recession
By Tamas Csabafi; University of Missouri, St Louis
Ceri Davies; University of Birmingham
Max Gillman; University of Missouri at St Louis
Michal Kejak; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Ceri Davies, University of Birmingham
 
Session 69: Innovation and Productivity
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 201
 
Session Chair: Christodoulos Stefanadis, University of Piraeus
 

1. A Simple Model of Growth Slowdown
By Katsuyuki Shibayama; University of Kent at Canterbury
   presented by: Katsuyuki Shibayama, University of Kent at Canterbury
 

2. Why is Europe Falling Behind? Structural Transformation and Services' Productivity Differences between Europe and the U.S.
By Cesare Buiatti; University of Illinois
Joao Duarte; University of Cambridge
Luis Felipe Saenz; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
   presented by: Cesare Buiatti, University of Illinois
 

3. Global Temperature Risk, R&D Expenditure, and Growth
By Dr. Michael Donadelli; Goethe University Frankfurt
Patrick Grüning; Bank of Lithuania and Vilnius University
Marcus Jüppner; Goethe University Frankfurt
Renatas Kizys; University of Portsmouth
   presented by: Patrick Grüning, Bank of Lithuania and Vilnius University
 

4. Underutilized Capacity and Inadequate Demand for Labor
By Christodoulos Stefanadis; University of Piraeus
   presented by: Christodoulos Stefanadis, University of Piraeus
 
Session 70: Empirical Political Economics
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 213
 
Session Chair: Sambit Bhattacharyya, University of Sussex
 

1. Political Lending Cycles and Real Outcomes: Evidence from Turkey
By Cagatay Bircan; EBRD
Orkun Saka; London School of Economics
   presented by: Orkun Saka, London School of Economics
 

2. Cash for Votes: Evidence from India
By Anirban Mitra; University of Kent
Shabana Mitra; Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Arnab Mukherji; Center for Public Policy
   presented by: Anirban Mitra, University of Kent
 

3. Group Size and Political Representation Under Alternate Electoral Systems
By Sugat Chaturvedi; Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi
Sabyasachi das; Ashoka University
   presented by: Sabyasachi das, Ashoka University
 

4. Natural Resources and Political Patronage in Africa: An Ethnicity Level Analysis
By Sambit Bhattacharyya; University of Sussex
Nemera Mamo; University of Sussex
   presented by: Sambit Bhattacharyya, University of Sussex
 
Session 71: Inequality
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 208
 
Session Chair: Deniz Sevinc, University of Birmingham
 

1. Housing Bubbles, Offshore assets and Wealth Inequality in Spain (1984-2013)
By Clara Martinez-Toledano; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Clara Martinez-Toledano, Paris School of Economics
 

2. Wealth inequality and externalities from ex ante skill heterogeneity
By Konstantinos Angelopoulos; University of Glasgow
Spyridon Lazarakis; University of Glasgow
James Malley; University of Glasgow and CESifo
   presented by: Spyridon Lazarakis, University of Glasgow
 

3. Mobility and the Lifetime Distributional Impact of Tax and Transfer Reforms
By Barra Roantree; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Barra Roantree, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

4. Europe 2020 targets: Redefining European linkages and a modified inequality index
By Deniz Sevinc; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Deniz Sevinc, University of Birmingham
 
Session 72: Educational Outcomes
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 204
 
Session Chair: Laura van der Erve, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

1. Afraid to go to School? Estimating the Effect of Community Violence on Schooling Outcomes
By Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner; University of Leicester
Livia Menezes; University of Leicester
   presented by: Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner, University of Leicester
 

2. Swine Flu and The Effect of Compulsory Class Attendance on Academic Performance
By Sofoklis Goulas; Stanford University
Rigissa Megalokonomou; University of Queensland
   presented by: Sofoklis Goulas, Stanford University
 

3. Follow the Leader: Student Strikes, School Absenteeism and Long Term Implications for Education Outcomes
By Gonzalo Gaete; University of Warwick
   presented by: Gonzalo Gaete, University of Warwick
 

4. Returns to Higher Education for Women: in the Labour Market and Marriage Market
By Chris Belfield; IFS
Laura van der Erve; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Laura van der Erve, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 73: Public Health Interventions
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 101
 
Session Chair: Paul Fisher, University of Essex
 

1. Do Speed Cameras save lives?
By Cheng Keat Tang; London School of Economics
   presented by: Cheng Keat Tang, London School of Economics
 

2. Police-Monitored Cameras and Crime
By Ignacio Munyo; University of Montevideo
Martin Rossi; Universidad de San Andres
   presented by: Ignacio Munyo, University of Montevideo
 

3. Gun prevalence and suicide
By Simone Balestra; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Simone Balestra, University of St. Gallen
 

4. The Impact of a Personalised Blood Pressure Warning on Health Behaviours
By Sonia Bhalotra; University of Essex
Adeline Delavande; University of Essex
Paul Fisher; University of Essex
Jonathan James; University of Bath
   presented by: Paul Fisher, University of Essex
 
Session 74: Econometrics: Structural Estimation
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 210
 
Session Chair: Taiki Yamamura, Queen Mary University of London
 

1. The Impact of Price Discrimination in Markets with Adverse Selection
By Andre Veiga; Oxford University
   presented by: Andre Veiga, Oxford University
 

2. USING PENALIZED LIKELIHOOD TO SELECT PARAMETERS IN A RANDOM COEFFICIENTS MULTINOMIAL LOGIT MODEL
By Joel Horowitz; Northwestern University
Lars Nesheim; University College London
   presented by: Lars Nesheim, University College London
 

3. Matching Games with Unobserved Heterogeneity: A Structural Analysis of Online Labor Markets
By YAJING JIANG; Charles River Associates International Inc
   presented by: YAJING JIANG, Charles River Associates International Inc
 

4. Evaluating FAVAR with Time-Varying Parameters and Stochastic Volatility
By Taiki Yamamura; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Taiki Yamamura, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 75: Finance: Banking 2
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 209
 
Session Chair: Sheng Zhao, University of Edinburgh Business School
 

1. Risk-Taking Channel of Unconventional Monetary Policies in Bank Lending
By Kiyotaka Nakashima; Konan University
Masahiko Shibamoto; Kobe University
Koji Takahashi; Bank of Japan
   presented by: Kiyotaka Nakashima, Konan University
 

2. Schumpeterian Banks: Credit Reallocation and Capital Requirements
By Christian Keuschnigg; University of St. Gallen
Michael Kogler; University of St. Gallen
   presented by: Michael Kogler, University of St. Gallen
 

3. Collateral Channels and Banking Relationships
By Gareth Anderson; University of Oxford
Saleem Bahaj; Bank of England
Matthieu Chavaz; Bank of England
Angus Foulis; Bank of England
Gabor Pinter; Bank of England
   presented by: Angus Foulis, Bank of England
 

4. Does the bank rating function as a ‘middleman’? An analysis of the relationship among sovereign ratings, bank ratings and bank performances
By Sheng Zhao; University of Edinburgh Business School
Fernando Moreira; University of Edinburgh Business School
Tong wang; Business School
   presented by: Sheng Zhao, University of Edinburgh Business School
 
Session 76: Theoretical Finance
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 111
 
Session Chair: Nilanjana Chakraborty, Self Employed
 

1. DURABLE GOODS IN THE RESOLUTION OF LONG-RUN RISK
By Myroslav Pidkuyko; University of Manchester
Raffaele Rossi; University of Manchester
   presented by: Myroslav Pidkuyko, University of Manchester
 

2. Monitoring for Learning by Institutional Investors: Theory and Evidence
By Jingyu Zhang; Imperial College London
   presented by: Jingyu Zhang, Imperial College London
 

3. Periphery Dealers in Over-the-counter Markets
By Chutiorn Tontivanichanon; London School of Economics
   presented by: Chutiorn Tontivanichanon, London School of Economics
 

4. Rational Functions: An Alternative Approach to Asset Pricing
By Nilanjana Chakraborty; Self Employed
Mohammed Elgammal; Qatar University
David McMillan; University of Stirling
   presented by: Nilanjana Chakraborty, Self Employed
 
Session 77: Applied Behavioural Economics 2
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 205
 
Session Chair: Stephanie von Hinke, University of Bristol
 

1. Monetary Policy under Behavioral Expectations: Theory and Experiment
By Cars Hommes; University of Amsterdam
Domenico Massaro; Catholic University of Milan
Matthias Weber; Bank of Lithuania & Vilnius University
   presented by: Domenico Massaro, Catholic University of Milan
 

2. Is one judging head the same as three: a natural field experiment on individuals vs teams
By Theodoros Alysandratos; Royal Holloway University of London
   presented by: Theodoros Alysandratos, Royal Holloway University of London
 

3. How much information is incorporated in financial asset prices? Experimental Evidence
By Lionel Page; Queensland University of Technology
Christoph Siemroth; University of Essex
   presented by: Christoph Siemroth, University of Essex
 

4. The effect of education on the nutritional composition of the diet
By Stephanie von Hinke; University of Bristol
   presented by: Stephanie von Hinke, University of Bristol
 
Session 78: Industrial Organisation: Cartels
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 112
 
Session Chair: Ming Gao, Tsinghua University
 

1. ESTABLISHING COLLUSION BY PRICE MATCHING CLAUSES: “EAGLES”, “HAWKS” AND “VULTURES”
By Luis Cabral; NYU Stern
Niklas Duerr; ZEW Mannheim
Dominik Schober; University of Mannheim and ZEW Mannheim
Oliver Woll; ZEW Mannheim
   presented by: Niklas Duerr, ZEW Mannheim
 

2. Minority Shareholdings and Collusion: Evidenence from the Introduction of National Leniency Programs
By Sven Heim; Mines ParisTech, CERNA
   presented by: Sven Heim, Mines ParisTech, CERNA
 

3. Unprofitable cartels
By George Symeonidis; University of Essex
   presented by: George Symeonidis, University of Essex
 

4. Non-Price Discrimination by a Prejudiced Platform
By Ming Gao; Tsinghua University
Travis Ng; The Chinese University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Ming Gao, Tsinghua University
 
Session 79: Industrial Organisation: Marketing
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 207
 
Session Chair: Chi Zhang, University of York
 

1. New Product Introduction and Slotting Fees
By Claire Chambolle; INRA
Clemence Christin; U Caen
   presented by: Clemence Christin, U Caen
 

2. Comparative Advertising: The role of prices
By Stuart Baumann
   presented by: Stuart Baumann,
 

3. Personal data and free applications
By Grazia Cecere; Telecom Ecole de Management
Fabrice Le Guel; ADIS
Vincent Lefrere; Université
   presented by: Vincent Lefrere, Université
 

4. Dynamic Pricing in Horseracing Betting Markets
By Chi Zhang; University of York
   presented by: Chi Zhang, University of York
 
Session 80: Economic History 1
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 202
 
Session Chair: CLAUDIA REI, University of Warwick
 

1. The Long-Run Influence of Institutions Governing Trade: The Case of Colonial and Pirates' Ports in Mexico
By Daphne Alvarez Villa; University of Munich
Jenny Guardado; Georgetown University
   presented by: Jenny Guardado, Georgetown University
 

2. The Imperial Roots of Global Trade
By Gunes Gokmen; New Economic School
Wessel Vermeulen; Newcastle University
Pierre-Louis Vezina; King's College London
   presented by: Wessel Vermeulen, Newcastle University
 

3. Turning Points in Leadership: Shipping Technology in the Portuguese and Dutch Merchant Empires
By CLAUDIA REI; University of Warwick
   presented by: CLAUDIA REI, University of Warwick
 
Session 81: Economic Theory: Mechanism Design
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 102
 
Session Chair: Dimitri Migrow, University of Calgary
 

1. Equilibrium Selection in the Generalised Second-Price Auction
By Thomas Norman; University of Oxford
   presented by: Thomas Norman, University of Oxford
 

2. Top Trading Cycles in Endogenous Information Acquisition
By Annika Johnson; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Annika Johnson, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

3. Cooperation in Social Dilemmas through Position Uncertainty
By Andrea Gallice; University of Torino and Collegio Carlo Alberto
Ignacio Monzon; Collegio Carlo Alberto
   presented by: Andrea Gallice, University of Torino and Collegio Carlo Alberto
 

4. Multi Agent Information Acquisition and Sharing
By Dimitri Migrow; University of Calgary
Francesco Squintani; University of Warwick
   presented by: Dimitri Migrow, University of Calgary
 
Session 82: Labour Economics: Demography and Gender 3
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 104
 
Session Chair: Sophie Maillard, INSEE
 

1. The Dynamics of Domestic Violence: Learning about the Match
By Dan Anderberg; University of London
Noemi Mantovan; Bangor Business School
Robert Sauer; Royal Holloway, University of London
   presented by: Dan Anderberg, University of London
 

2. Divorce laws and intimate partner violence: Evidence from Mexico
By Aixa Maria Garcia-Ramos; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Aixa Maria Garcia-Ramos, University of Birmingham
 

3. Male Gatekeepers: Gender Bias in the Publishing Process?
By Felix Bransch; Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Michael Kvasnicka; Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg
   presented by: Felix Bransch, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
 

4. Gender Wage Gap and Firm Heterogeneity: Evidence from French Linked Employer-Employee Data
By Elise Coudin; INSEE-CREST
Sophie Maillard; INSEE
Maxime To; University College London - IFS
   presented by: Sophie Maillard, INSEE
 
Session 83: Labour Economics: Migration 2
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 203
 
Session Chair: elisabetta pasini, queen mary university of london
 

1. The economics of family migration
By Toman Barsbai; Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Andreas Steinmayr; University of Munich (LMU)
   presented by: Toman Barsbai, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
 

2. What are you voting for? Proximity to refugee reception centres and voting in the 2016 Italian constitutional referendum
By Massimiliano Bratti; European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre
Claudio Deiana; European Commission
Enkelejda Havari; European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre
Gianluca Mazzarella; European Commission
Elena Meroni; University of Padova
   presented by: Claudio Deiana, European Commission
 

3. Immigration Misallocation: Evidence from Australia
By Toan Nguyen; Curtin University
   presented by: Toan Nguyen, Curtin University
 

4. Migration and competition for schools: evidence from primary education in England
By elisabetta pasini; queen mary university of london
   presented by: elisabetta pasini, queen mary university of london
 
Session 84: Labour Economics: Returns to Education 2
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 114
 
Session Chair: Larissa Marioni, University of Southampton
 

1. The effect of education on adult mortality, health, and income: triangulating across genetic and policy reforms
By Neil Davies; University of Bristol
Matt Dickson; University of Bath
George Davey Smith; University of Bristol
Gerard van den Berg; University of Bristol
Frank Windmeijer; University of Bristol
   presented by: Matt Dickson, University of Bath
 

2. THE CHANGING DEMAND FOR SKILLS IN THE UK
By Damon Morris; University of Sheffield
Andrew Dickerson; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Andrew Dickerson, University of Sheffield
 

3. The Rat Race for Human Capital: Evidence and Theory
By Tiloka de Silva; London School of Economics
   presented by: Tiloka de Silva, London School of Economics
 

4. Overeducation in the Labour Market: Evidence from Brazil
By Larissa Marioni; University of Southampton
   presented by: Larissa Marioni, University of Southampton
 
Session 85: Labour Contracts and Markets
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 212
 
Session Chair: Lukas Laffers, Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences
 

1. Modes of child care
By Gerhard Glomm; Indiana University
Volker Meier; Ifo Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Volker Meier, Ifo Institute for Economic Research
 

2. Dual Practice by Health Workers: Theory and Evidence from Indonesia
By Gabriel Montes-Rojas; Universidad de Buenos Aires
Sarmistha Pal; University of Surrey
   presented by: Sarmistha Pal, University of Surrey
 

3. The Effect of Child Health on Maternal Labor Market Outcomes
By Bernhard Schmidpeter; University of Essex
Lukas Laffers; Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences
   presented by: Lukas Laffers, Matej Bel University, Faculty of Natural Sciences
 
Session 86: Empirical International Economics
March 27, 2018 15:30 to 17:00
FUL 110
 
Session Chair: Julian Donaubauer, Helmut-Schmidt-University
 

1. Trade Blocks, Common Markets, Currency Unions and FDI stocks: the impacts of NAFTA and the EU
By Ray Barrell; Brunel University
Abdulkader Nahhas; The University of Exeter
   presented by: Abdulkader Nahhas, The University of Exeter
 

2. Employment and Wage Effects of Export VAT Rebates: Evidence from China
By Bo Gao; Loughborough University
   presented by: Bo Gao, Loughborough University
 

3. Can a common currency foster a shared social identity across different nations? The case of the euro
By Franz Buscha; University of Westminster
   presented by: Franz Buscha, University of Westminster
 

4. The trade creating effects of migration: evidence from European Union enlargement
By Yvonne Giesing; University of Munich
Thomas Triebs; Loughborough University
Justin Tumlinson; Loughborough University
   presented by: Thomas Triebs, Loughborough University
 

5. Winning or Losing in Investor-to-State Dispute Resolution: The Role of Arbitrator Bias and Experience
By Julian Donaubauer; Helmut-Schmidt-University
Eric Neumayer; London School of Economics
Peter Nunnenkamp; Kiel Institute for the World Economy
   presented by: Julian Donaubauer, Helmut-Schmidt-University
 
Session 87: Human Capital and Migration
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 111
 
Session Chair: Farai Jena, University of Sussex
 

1. Development accounting using PIAAC data
By Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Zoe Kuehn; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Cristina Lopez-Mayan; Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
   presented by: Ana Hidalgo-Cabrillana, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
 

2. The Relative Efficiency of Skilled Labor across Countries: Measurement and Interpretation
By Federico Rossi; Johns Hopkins SAIS
   presented by: Federico Rossi, Johns Hopkins SAIS
 

3. Heterogeneous Climate Preferences of Migrants: Boiling Phoenix or Shivering Boston?
By Antonia Schwarz; University of Sussex
   presented by: Antonia Schwarz, University of Sussex
 

4. Internal migration and occupational outcomes in Zimbabwe
By Farai Jena; University of Sussex
   presented by: Farai Jena, University of Sussex
 
Session 88: House Prices and Rents
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 103
 
Session Chair: Sebastian Rueth, University of Ghent
 

1. Getting Low from Getting High? - The External Effects of Coffeeshops on House Prices
By Mike Langen; Maastricht University
   presented by: Mike Langen, Maastricht University
 

2. Empirics on the causal effects of rent control in Germany
By Konstantin Kholodilin; DIW Berlin
Andreas Mense; University Erlangen-Nürnberg
Claus Michelsen; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Andreas Mense, University Erlangen-Nürnberg
 

3. Output and welfare gains from non-recourse mortgages: the role of general equilibrium effects
By Egle Jakucionyte; University of Amsterdam
   presented by: Egle Jakucionyte, University of Amsterdam
 

4. Systematic Monetary Policy and the Macroeconomic Effects of Shifts in Loan-to-Value Ratios
By Sebastian Rueth; University of Ghent
Rüdiger Bachmann; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Sebastian Rueth, University of Ghent
 
Session 89: International Economics: Exchange Rates
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 207
 
Session Chair: Natalie Chen, Warwick University
 

1. Bitcoin Reveals Exchange Rate Manipulation and Detects Capital Controls
By Gina Pieters; Trinity University
   presented by: Gina Pieters, Trinity University
 

2. Boom Goes the Price: Giant Resource Discoveries and Real Exchange Rate Appreciation
By Torfinn Harding; Norwegian School of Economics
Radek Stefanski; University of St Andrews
Gerhard Toews; University of Oxford
   presented by: Radek Stefanski, University of St Andrews
 

3. The effect of US monetary policy on Canada and Mexico: A tale of two worlds?
By Vasco Gabriel; University of Surrey
   presented by: Vasco Gabriel, University of Surrey
 

4. Vehicle Currency Pricing and Exchange Rate Pass-Through
By Natalie Chen; Warwick University
   presented by: Natalie Chen, Warwick University
 
Session 90: International Trade and Trade Costs
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 208
 
Session Chair: Hakan Yilmazkuday, Florida International University
 

1. The Uneven Effect of Globalization on Trade Costs
By Ingo Borchert; University of Sussex
Yoto Yotov; Drexel University
   presented by: Ingo Borchert, University of Sussex
 

2. Germs, Roads and Trade: Theory and Evidence on the Value of Diversification in Global Sourcing
By Hanwei Huang; London School of Economics/Centre for Economic performance
   presented by: Hanwei Huang, London School of Economics/Centre for Economic Performance
 

3. Trade Credit, Trade Income Elasticity and the International Transmission of Shocks
By Anna Watson; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Anna Watson, University of Cambridge
 

4. Domestic vs. International Welfare Gains from Trade
By Hakan Yilmazkuday; Florida International University
   presented by: Hakan Yilmazkuday, Florida International University
 
Session 91: Labour and Productivity
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 107
 
Session Chair: Ran Gu, UCL
 

1. Aggregate stability under a budget rule and labor mobility
By Martin Micheli; RWI
   presented by: Martin Micheli, RWI
 

2. Heterogeneous Firms, Wages, and the Effects of Financial Crises
By Alex Clymo; University of Essex
   presented by: Alex Clymo, University of Essex
 

3. The Impact of Financial Development on Outsourcing and Aggregate Productivity
By Yan Liang; London School of Economics
   presented by: Yan Liang, London School of Economics
 

4. Adaptation Costs and the Business Cycle Effects on the Postgraduate Wage Premium
By Ran Gu; UCL
   presented by: Ran Gu, UCL
 
Session 92: Monetary Policy Transmission
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 212
 
Session Chair: Vania Esady, City, University of London
 

1. Monetary Policy and Household (De-)leveraging
By Martin Harding; DIW Berlin
Mathias Klein; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Mathias Klein, DIW Berlin
 

2. Interbank Market Turmoils and the Macroeconomy
By Pawel Kopiec; National Bank of Poland
   presented by: Pawel Kopiec, National Bank of Poland
 

3. Animal Spirits in a Monetary Model
By Roger Farmer; Warwick University
Konstantin Platonov; UCLA
   presented by: Konstantin Platonov, UCLA
 

4. Real and Nominal Effects of Monetary Shocks under Uncertainty
By Vania Esady; City, University of London
   presented by: Vania Esady, City, University of London
 
Session 93: Fiscal Policy and Multipliers
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 210
 
Session Chair: Dawid Trzeciakiewicz, University of Bradford
 

1. The Macroeconomic Effects of Income and Consumption Tax Changes
By Anh Nguyen; Bank of Lithuania
LUISANNA ONNIS; University of Sheffield
Raffaele Rossi; University of Manchester
   presented by: Raffaele Rossi, University of Manchester
 

2. On the Non-Linearity of the Fiscal Multipliers
By Pedro Brinca; NovaSBE
Miguel Faria-e-Castro; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Miguel Ferreira; Nova SBE
Hans Holter; University of Oslo
   presented by: Pedro Brinca, NovaSBE
 

3. Tales of Two Countries: Cross-Border Fiscal Spillovers and Global Asset Market Participation
By Ayobami Ilori; University of Sheffield, UK
   presented by: Ayobami Ilori, University of Sheffield, UK
 

4. Why are fiscal multipliers countercyclical? The role of credit constraints
By Richard McManus; Business School
F Gulcin Ozkan; University of York
Dawid Trzeciakiewicz; University of Bradford
   presented by: Dawid Trzeciakiewicz, University of Bradford
 
Session 94: Institutional Economics
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 213
 
Session Chair: Arianna Ornaghi, University of Warwick
 

1. Smaller Measurement Errors, Better Economic Policies?
By Johannes Binswanger; University of St. Gallen
Manuel Oechslin; University of Lucerne
   presented by: Manuel Oechslin, University of Lucerne
 

2. Evaluating the Productivity and Labor Effects of Full and Partial Privatization
By Kevin Amess; University of Nottingham
Jun Du; Economics and Strategy Group
Sourafel Girma; Nottingham University
   presented by: Kevin Amess, University of Nottingham
 

3. Civil Service Reforms: Evidence from US Police Departments
By Arianna Ornaghi; University of Warwick
   presented by: Arianna Ornaghi, University of Warwick
 
Session 95: Political Economics: Voting 1
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 203
 
Session Chair: Federico Trombetta, University of Warwick
 

1. (You gotta) Strike if the Right (Is the Party!): Strike petitions and the electoral cycle in Mexico
By Hector Gutierrez Rufrancos; University of Stirling
   presented by: Hector Gutierrez Rufrancos, University of Stirling
 

2. Not welcome anymore: the effect of electoral incentives on the reception of refugees
By Matteo Gamalerio; University of Warwick
   presented by: Matteo Gamalerio, University of Warwick
 

3. Fundamental Errors in the Voting Booth
By Edward Glaeser; Harvard University
Giacomo Ponzetto; CREI, Pompeu Fabra University, IPEG, & B
   presented by: Giacomo Ponzetto, CREI, Pompeu Fabra University, IPEG, & B
 

4. When the light shines too much. Rational inattention, populism and pandering.
By Federico Trombetta; University of Warwick
   presented by: Federico Trombetta, University of Warwick
 
Session 96: Education: Empirical Studies
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 114
 
Session Chair: Jack Britton, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

1. Persistency in Teachers' Grading Biases and Effect on Longer Term Outcomes: University Admission Exams and Choice of Field of Study
By Rigissa Megalokonomou; University of Queensland
Victor Lavy; University of Warwick
   presented by: Rigissa Megalokonomou, University of Queensland
 

2. Self-Control at College
By Gervas Huxley; University of Bristol
Mike Peacey; New College of the Humanities
   presented by: Gervas Huxley, University of Bristol
 

3. The protective (?) effect of education on mental health
By Sarah Dahmann; The University of Sydney
Daniel Schnitzlein; Leibniz University Hannover / DIW Berlin
   presented by: Daniel Schnitzlein, Leibniz University Hannover / DIW Berlin
 

4. Where is the subsidy going? Using administrative data to value English income contingent student loans by subject and university
By Jack Britton; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Neil Shephard; Harvard University
Laura van der Erve; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Jack Britton, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 97: Poverty and Inequality
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 104
 
Session Chair: Barnali Basak, University of Sussex
 

1. Urban Poverty and the Big Sort: Theory and Evidence from American Cities
By Francesco Andreoli; Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)
Mauro Mussini; Università degli Studi di Verona
   presented by: Francesco Andreoli, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)
 

2. Welfare Effects of An In-Kind Transfer Program: Evidence from Mexico
By Federico Tagliati; Bank of Spain
   presented by: Federico Tagliati, Bank of Spain
 

3. Assessing deprivation with ordinal variables: Depth sensitivity and poverty aversion
By Suman Seth; Leeds University Business School
Gaston Yalonetzky; University of Leeds
   presented by: Suman Seth, Leeds University Business School
 

4. Quantity-Quality Trade-Off Revisited: Evidence from India
By Barnali Basak; University of Sussex
   presented by: Barnali Basak, University of Sussex
 
Session 98: Financial Econometrics
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 209
 
Session Chair: Michele Piffer, Queen Mary, University of London
 

1. Simple Approximate Maximum-Likelihood Estimation of Multivariate Jump-Diffusion Models
By Dennis Kristensen; University College London
Young Jun Lee; University College London
Antonio Mele; Swiss Finance Institute
   presented by: Dennis Kristensen, University College London
 

2. Does Media Coverage shape Economic Sentiment? Evidence from the UK.
By james Bowden; School of Business and Management
Andrzej Kwiatkowski; University of Dundee
Dooruj Rambaccussing; University of Dundee
   presented by: Dooruj Rambaccussing, University of Dundee
 

3. Combining Factor Models and External Instruments to Identify Uncertainty Shocks
By Martin Bruns; DIW Berlin
   presented by: Martin Bruns, DIW Berlin
 

4. Bayesian Structural VAR models: an extended approach
By Martin Bruns; DIW Berlin
Michele Piffer; Queen Mary, University of London
   presented by: Michele Piffer, Queen Mary, University of London
 
Session 99: Financial Regulation
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 102
 
Session Chair: Yifei Cao, University of Sheffield
 

1. How do Basel III capital requirements affect the portfolio choice of heterogeneous banks?
By Carola Mueller; Halle Institute for Economic Research
   presented by: Carola Mueller, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 

2. The Leverage Ratio and liquidity in the gilt and gilt repo markets
By Andreea Bicu; Bank of England
   presented by: Andreea Bicu, Bank of England
 

3. Bank liquidity and the cost of funding
By Sam Miller; Bank of England
Rhiannon Sowerbutts; Bank of England
   presented by: Rhiannon Sowerbutts, Bank of England
 

4. Sovereign Distress, Bank Strength and Performance: Evidence from the Euro Area Sovereign Debt Crisis
By Yifei Cao; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Yifei Cao, University of Sheffield
 
Session 100: Empirical Finance 1
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 112
 
Session Chair: Stefano Alderighi, World Federation of Exchanges / University of Essex
 

1. Do Foreign Investors Improve Market Efficiency?
By Marcin Kacperczyk; Imperial College London
Tianyu Wang; Imperial College London
   presented by: Tianyu Wang, Imperial College London
 

2. Carry Trades and Tail Risk: Evidence from Commodity Markets
By Daniele Bianchi; University of Warwick
   presented by: Daniele Bianchi, University of Warwick
 

3. The Determinants of Retail Trading Activity: a Cross-Market Analysis.
By Stefano Alderighi; World Federation of Exchanges / University of Essex
   presented by: Stefano Alderighi, World Federation of Exchanges / University of Essex
 
Session 101: Experimental Games 2
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 113
 
Session Chair: Stefano Galavotti, University of Padova
 

1. Search competition: a theoretical and experimental study
By P G Moffatt; University of East Anglia
Robert Sugden; University of East Anglia
Mengjie Wang; University of East Anglia
   presented by: Mengjie Wang, University of East Anglia
 

2. Effect of Reduced Opportunities on Bargaining Outcomes: An Experiment With Status Asymmetries
By Subrato Banerjee; Queensland University of Technology
   presented by: Subrato Banerjee, Queensland University of Technology
 

3. The Effect of Positive Mood on Cooperation in Repeated Interaction
By Daniel Sgroi; University of Warwick
   presented by: Daniel Sgroi, University of Warwick
 

4. An experimental study on sequential auctions with unknown capacities
By Stefano Galavotti
   presented by: Stefano Galavotti, University of Padova
 
Session 102: Innovation and R&D 2
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 110
 
Session Chair: Simona Gamba, University of Verona
 

1. Did Cheaper Flights Change the Geography of Scientifi c Collaboration?
By Christian Catalini; MIT
Christian Fons-Rosen; Pompeu Fabra University
Patrick Gaule; University of Bath
   presented by: Patrick Gaule, University of Bath
 

2. The Funding-Productivity Nexus in Science: Family and Other Sources of Endogeneity
By Cornelia Lawson; University of Bath
Aldo Geuna; University of Torino
Ugo Finardi; Icres, CNR
   presented by: Cornelia Lawson, University of Bath
 

3. Small Steps or Giant Leaps? Competition and the Size of Innovations
By Thomas Fackler; ifo Institute
   presented by: Thomas Fackler, ifo Institute
 

4. Strategic Interaction in Pharmaceutical Price Regulation and Innovation
By Paolo Pertile; University of Verona
Simona Gamba; University of Verona
Martin Forster; University of York
   presented by: Simona Gamba, University of Verona
 
Session 103: Collective Decision Making
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 101
 
Session Chair: Marco Ovidi, Queen Mary University of London
 

1. The Cycle-Stationary Subgame Perfect Equilibrium in Legislative Bargaining without Replacement
By Duk Gyoo Kim; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Duk Gyoo Kim, University of Mannheim
 

2. Resisting Evidence Manipulation
By Youzong Xu; Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Bo Li; Chinese Academy Of Sciences
   presented by: Youzong Xu, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
 

3. Socially Optimal Altruism in a Game of Sequential Punishment
By Richard Povey; Hertford College, University of Oxford
   presented by: Richard Povey, Hertford College, University of Oxford
 

4. Rising Stars
By Erich Battistin; Queen Mary University of London
Marco Ovidi; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Marco Ovidi, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 104: Economic Theory: Contract Theory
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 204
 
Session Chair: Mohamed Sraieb, University of Essex
 

1. Subjective Performance Evaluation of Employees with Biased Beliefs
By Matteo Foschi; European University Institute
Luis Santos-Pinto; U Lausanne
   presented by: Luis Santos-Pinto, U Lausanne
 

2. Risk-taking and dynamic prudential regulation
By Caterina Lepore; Bank of England
   presented by: Caterina Lepore, Bank of England
 

3. Can Starving Start-Ups Beat Fat Labs? A Bandit Problem of Innovation with Endogenous Financing Constraints
By Alessandro Spiganti; University of Edinburgh
   presented by: Alessandro Spiganti, University of Edinburgh
 

4. Altruistic Donors, Development and Redistribution
By Patrick Legros; Northeastern University and Université Libre de Bruxelles
Mohamed Sraieb; University of Essex
   presented by: Mohamed Sraieb, University of Essex
 
Session 105: Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 2
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 201
 
Session Chair: Jonas Loebbing, University of Cologne
 

1. The innovation premium to low skill jobs
By Antonin Bergeaud; Paris School of Economics
Philippe Aghion; College de France
Richard Blundell; University College London and Institute for Fiscal Studies
Rachel Griffith; IFS
   presented by: Antonin Bergeaud, Paris School of Economics
 

2. Biased Technical Change in Global Value Chains
By Laurie Reijnders; University of Groningen
Marcel Timmer; University of Groningen
Xianjia Ye; Universiteit Utrecht
   presented by: Xianjia Ye, Universiteit Utrecht
 

3. Skill-Biased Technical Change and Labor Market Polarization: The Role of Skill Heterogeneity Within Occupations
By Orhun Sevinc; LSE and Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
   presented by: Orhun Sevinc, Centre for Macroeconomics-LSE and Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
 

4. An Elementary Theory of Endogenous Technical Change
By Jonas Loebbing; University of Cologne
   presented by: Jonas Loebbing, University of Cologne
 
Session 106: Labour Economics: Migration 3
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 109
 
Session Chair: Sarah Jewell, University of Reading
 

1. The Impact of Immigration on Wage Dynamics: Evidence from the Algerian Independence War
By Anthony Edo; CEPII
   presented by: Anthony Edo, CEPII
 

2. Does the implementation of the Schengen Agreement boost cross-border commuting? Evidence from Switzerland
By Angela Parenti; IMT Lucca
Cristina Tealdi; Heriot-Watt University
   presented by: Cristina Tealdi, Heriot-Watt University
 

3. Are immigrants’ skills priced differently? Evidence from France
By Ahmed Tritah; University of Le Mans
   presented by: Ahmed Tritah, University of Le Mans
 

4. On the Role of Migration on the Satisfaction of European Researchers: Evidence from MORE2
By Sarah Jewell; University of Reading
Pantelis Kazakis; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Sarah Jewell, University of Reading
 
Session 107: Labour Economics: Search
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 211
 
Session Chair: Jake Bradley, University of Cambridge
 

1. Job Search, Unemployment Protection and Informal Work in Advanced Economies
By Iain Long; Cardiff University
Vito Polito; University of Bath
   presented by: Iain Long, Cardiff University
 

2. Bargaining with renegotiation in models with on-the-job search
By Axel Gottfries; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Axel Gottfries, University of Cambridge
 

3. Costly Commuting and the Job Ladder
By Jean Flemming; University of Oxford
   presented by: Jean Flemming, University of Oxford
 

4. A Job Ladder Model with Stochastic Employment Opportunities
By Jake Bradley; University of Cambridge
Axel Gottfries; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Jake Bradley, University of Cambridge
 
Session 108: Labour Economics: Labour Supply
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 202
 
Session Chair: Clemens Hetschko, Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg
 

1. Career Lotto? Labor Supply in Winner-Take-All Markets
By Wayne Grove; Le Moyne College
Michael Jetter; University of Western Australia, IZA, and CESifo
Kerry Papps; University of Bath
   presented by: Kerry Papps, University of Bath
 

2. Flexible working arrangements and women's lifetime outcomes
By Amairisa Kouki; Royal Holloway University of London
   presented by: Amairisa Kouki, Royal Holloway University of London
 

3. Income or Leisure? On the Hidden Benefits of (Un-)Employment
By Adrian Chadi; University of Konstanz
Clemens Hetschko; Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg
   presented by: Clemens Hetschko, Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg
 
Session 109: Inferring and modelling beliefs about inflation and deflation
March 28, 2018 9:00 to 10:30
FUL 106
 
Session Chair: Roland Meeks, Bank of England
 

1. Bayesian inference for probabilistic surveys
By Roberto Casarin; University Ca' Foscari of Venice
Marco Del Negro; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Francesco Ravazzolo; Free University of Bozen/Bolzano
   presented by: Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

2. Deflation expectations
By Aaron Mehrotra; Bank for International Settlements
Ryan Banerjee; Bank for International Settlements
   presented by: Aaron Mehrotra, Bank for International Settlements
 

3. Are inflation expectations well anchored?
By Jens Hilscher; UC Davis
Alon Raviv; Bar-Ilan University
Ricardo Reis; London School of Economics
   presented by: Alon Raviv, Bar-Ilan University
 

4. Heterogeneous beliefs in the Phillips curve
By Roland Meeks; Bank of England
Francesca Monti; Bank of England
   presented by: Roland Meeks, Bank of England
 
Session 110: The RES Women's Committee Special Session
March 28, 2018 12:15 to 13:15
JUB Lrg LT
 
Session Chair: Sarah Smith, CMPO, University of Bristol
 

1. Pay and Job Rank amongst Academic Economists in the UK: Is Gender Relevant?
By Karen Mumford; University of York
Cristina Sechel; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Karen Mumford, University of York
 

2. On the Recognition of Research Excellence for Lecturers in Economics: Outputs and Gender
By Richard McManus; Caterbury Christ Church University
Karen Mumford; University of York
Cristina Sechel; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Cristina Sechel, University of Sheffield
 

Discussants:
     1 Victoria Bateman, Cambridge U
     2 Stephen Machin, LSE
 
Session 111: C1: Econometrics Journal Special Session
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
JUB Lrg LT
 
Session Chair: Jaap Abbring, Tilburg University
 

1. The Effects of Conventional and Unconventional Monetary Policy: A New Identification Procedure
By Atsushi Inoue; Vanderbilt University
Barbara Rossi; ICREA-Univ. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE
   presented by: Barbara Rossi, ICREA-Univ. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE
 

2. Recent Developments in Forecasting with DSGE Models
By Marco Del Negro; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session 112: C2: Gender Inequality, Occupational Choice and the Macroeconomy
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
FUL A
 
Session Chair: David Cuberes, Clark University
 

1. Home Production of Childcare and Labour Supply Decisions in a Collective Household Model
By Helene Turon
   presented by: Helene Turon,
 

2. Technological Change, Labor Supply and Gender Differences in Occupational Choice
By Elisa Keller; University of Exeter
   presented by: Elisa Keller, University of Exeter
 

3. Economic Incentives and Gender Identity
By Andrea Ichino; European University Institute
   presented by: Andrea Ichino, European University Institute
 

4. Statistical gender discrimination in the labor market
By David Cuberes; Clark University
Sevi Rodriguez;
Marc Teignier; University of Barcelona
Ludo Visschers; The University of Edinburgh/Universidad
   presented by: David Cuberes, Clark University
 
Session 113: C3: The Economics of Policing
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
FUL B
 
Session Chair: Tom Kirchmaier, Copenhagen Business School & LSE
 

1. Police Funding and the Police Workforce
By Richard Disney; Sussex University
   presented by: Richard Disney, Sussex University
 

2. The Introduction of Tasers and Police Use of Force: Evidence from the Chicago Police Department
By Jeffrey Grogger; University of Chicago
   presented by: Jeffrey Grogger, University of Chicago
 

3. Crime and Durable Goods
By Sebastian Galiani; University of Maryland
Laura Jaitman; Argentinian Government
Federico Weinschelbaum; Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
   presented by: Laura Jaitman, Argentinian Government
 
Session 114: C4: NuCAMP Special Session: Central Bank Communication
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
JUB-115
 
Session Chair: Andrew Gurney, HM Treasury
 

1. Transparency of Monetary Policy in the Post-Crisis World
By Nazire Nergiz Dincer; TED University
Barry Eichengreen; UC Berkeley
Petra Geraats; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Petra Geraats, University of Cambridge
 

2. A Practitioner's Look at Central Bank Communication
By Gareth Ramsay; Bank of England’s Executive Director for Communication
   presented by: Gareth Ramsay, Bank of England’s Executive Director for Communication
 

3. Central Bank Communications and the General Public
By Andrew Haldane; Bank of England
Michael McMahon; University of Oxford
   presented by: Michael McMahon, University of Oxford
 
Session 115: C5: The Understanding Society: the UK Household Longitudinal Study Special Session
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
JUB-118
 
Session Chair: James Banks, University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

1. School Quality and Parental Time Investments into Children
By Ellen Greaves; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Iftikhar Hussain; Sussex University
Birgitta Rabe; University of Essex
Imran Rasul; University College London
   presented by: Birgitta Rabe, University of Essex
 

2. Consumption Spending, Housing Investments and the Role of Leverage
By thomas crossley; University of Essex
Peter Levell; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Hamish Low; University of Cambridge
   presented by: Peter Levell, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

3. Intergenerational Co-Residence and Intrahousehold Allocation
By Richard Blundell; University College London and Institute for Fiscal Studies
Thomas Crossley; University of Cambridge
Ben Etheridge; University of Essex
   presented by: Ben Etheridge, University of Essex
 

4. The Impact of Brexit on Financial Expectations and Behaviours
By Birgitta Rabe; University of Essex
Bernhard Schmidpeter; University of Essex
   presented by: Bernhard Schmidpeter, University of Essex
 
Session 116: C6: Global Networks, Spillovers, and Contagion
March 28, 2018 13:15 to 14:45
JUB-144
 
Session Chair: Julieta Yung, Bates College
 

1. The Double-Edge Sword of Global Integration: Robustness, Fragility & Contagion in the International Firm Network
By Everett Grant; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Julieta Yung; Bates College
   presented by: Julieta Yung, Bates College
   Discussant:   Dennis Reinhardt, Bank of England
 

2. The international transmission of monetary policy through financial centres: evidence from the United Kingdom and Hong Kong
By Robert Hills; Bank of England
Kelvin Ho; HKMA
Dennis Reinhardt; Bank of England
Rhiannon Sowerbutts; Bank of England
Eric Wong; Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Gabriel Wu; HKMA
   presented by: Dennis Reinhardt, Bank of England
   Discussant:   Galina Hale, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

3. Shock Transmission through Cross-Border Bank Lending: Credit and Real Effects
By Galina Hale; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Tumer Kapan; International Monetary Fund
Camelia Minoiu; International Monetary Fund and Wharton School
   presented by: Galina Hale, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   Discussant:   Julieta Yung, Bates College
 

4. Financial centers and global bank linkages
By Goetz von Peter
   presented by: Goetz von Peter,
   Discussant:   Julieta Yung, Bates College
 
Session 117: Development: Field Experiments
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 114
 
Session Chair: Tigist Melesse, UNU-MERIT
 

1. Pitfalls of Pressure in Promoting Product Use: Evidence from a Sales Experiment in India
By Camille Boudot; University of Edinburgh
Anita Mukherjee; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   presented by: Camille Boudot, University of Edinburgh
 

2. IdentityandFemaleEnterprise: ExperimentalEvidencefromPakistan
By Giovanna d'Adda; Politecnico di Milano
Mahreen Mahmud; University of Oxford
Farah Said; Lahore School of Economics
   presented by: Farah Said, Lahore School of Economics
 

3. How do farmers learn from extension services? Evidence from Malawi 
By Annemie Maertens; University of Sussex
Hope Michelson; University of Illinois
Vesall Nourani; Cornell University
   presented by: Annemie Maertens, University of Sussex
 

4. Financing Rural Households and Impact: Evidence from Randomized Field Experiment Data
By Tigist Melesse; UNU-MERIT
   presented by: Tigist Melesse, UNU-MERIT
 
Session 118: Education in Developing Countries
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 111
 
Session Chair: Amparo Castello-Climent, Institute for International Economics
 

1. Increasing students' aspirations: the impact of Queen of Katwe on students' educational attainment
By Emma Riley; University of Oxford
   presented by: Emma Riley, University of Oxford
 

2. The Long-run and Gender-equalizing Impacts of School Access: Evidence from the First Indochina War
By Hai Anh Dang; World Bank
   presented by: Hai Anh Dang, World Bank
 

3. Incentivizing Attendance in the Presence of Parent-Child Information Frictions: Experimental Evidence from Mozambique
By Christine Valente; University of Bristol
   presented by: Christine Valente, University of Bristol
 

4. The Age Structure of Human Capital and Economic Growth
By Amparo Castello-Climent; Institute for International Economics
   presented by: Amparo Castello-Climent, Institute for International Economics
 
Session 119: Empirical Studies of Social Interactions
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 203
 
Session Chair: Anita Ratcliffe, University of Sheffield
 

1. Papal Visits and Abortions - Evidence from Italy
By Egidio Farina; University of Sussex
Vikram Pathania; University of Sussex
   presented by: Egidio Farina, University of Sussex
 

2. Ride with Me - Ethnic Discrimination in Social Markets
By Jasper Tjaden; University of Bamberg
Carsten Schwemmer; University of Bamberg
Menusch Khadjavi; Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
   presented by: Menusch Khadjavi, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
 

3. The Long-Term Effects of Social Sorting: Evidence from a Universal Conscription
By Elias Einiö; VATT Institute for Economic Research ; Centre for Economics Performance,LSE
   presented by: Elias Einiö, VATT Institute for Economic Research ; Centre for Economics Performance,LSE
 

4. Identity conflict: A framework and empirical investigation
By Jolian McHardy; University of Sheffield
Anita Ratcliffe; University of Sheffield
   presented by: Anita Ratcliffe, University of Sheffield
 
Session 120: Foreign Direct Investment
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 110
 
Session Chair: Giorgia Giovannetti, University of Florence
 

1. Corporate Taxation and the Location Choice of Foreign Direct Investment in EU Countries
By Ronald Davies; University College, Dublin
Iulia Siedschlag; The Economic and Social Research Institute
Zuzanna Studnicka; University College Dublin
   presented by: Iulia Siedschlag, The Economic and Social Research Institute
 

2. FDI and Local Financial Development: City-Level Evidence From Ethiopia
By Riccardo Crescenzi; LSE
Arnaud Dyevre; LSE
Nicola Limodio; Bocconi University
   presented by: Nicola Limodio, Bocconi University
 

3. The Effect of Foreign Investors on Local Housing Markets: Evidence from the UK
By Filipa Sa; Kings College London
   presented by: Filipa Sa, Kings College London
 

4. Asymmetric Cultural Proximity and Greenfield FDI
By Matteo Fiorini; European University Institute
Giorgia Giovannetti; University of Florence
Mauro Lanati
filippo santi; university of Firenze
   presented by: Giorgia Giovannetti, University of Florence
 
Session 121: Inflation Expectations
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 208
 
Session Chair: Anthony Murphy, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

1. Central Bank Announcements: Big News for Little People?
By Michael Lamla; ETH Zurich
Dmitri Vinogradov
   presented by: Dmitri Vinogradov,
 

2. Inflation news and euro area inflation expectations
By Juan Angel Garcia; European Central Bank
Sebastian Werner; Louvain School of Management
   presented by: Sebastian Werner, Louvain School of Management
 

3. Institutional Change and Macroeconomic Expectations - Evidence from the German Reunification
By Olga Goldfayn-Frank; Goethe University Frankfurt
Johannes Wohlfart; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Olga Goldfayn-Frank, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

4. Is the U.S. Phillips Curve Convex? Some Metro Level Evidence
By Anthony Murphy; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
   presented by: Anthony Murphy, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 
Session 122: Financial Shocks and Contagion
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 212
 
Session Chair: Mirela Miescu, Queen Mary University of London
 

1. Contagion Along the Business Cycle
By Massimo Ferrari; Catholic University of Milan
   presented by: Massimo Ferrari, Catholic University of Milan
 

2. Shadow Banking, Macroprudential Regulation and Financial Stability
By Margarita Rubio; University of Nottingham
   presented by: Margarita Rubio, University of Nottingham
 

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

4. Together in bad times? Connectedness and spillovers in recession and boom
By Mirela Miescu; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Mirela Miescu, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 123: Political Economics: Voting 2
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 213
 
Session Chair: Sirus Dehdari, Stockholm University
 

1. Is Incumbency a Barrier to Women's Entry in Politics?
By Quentin Lippmann; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Quentin Lippmann, Paris School of Economics
 

2. Costly Voting: A Large-scale Real Effort Experiment
By Marco Faravelli; The University of Queensland
Kenan Kalayci; University of Queensland
Carlos Pimienta; The University of New South Wales
   presented by: Kenan Kalayci, University of Queensland
 

3. The More the Merrier: Evidence of Misreporting Population for Political Gain by Spanish Municipalities
By Juan Carvajal; Boston University
   presented by: Juan Carvajal, Boston University
 

4. Economic Distress and Support for Far-right Parties - Evidence from Sweden
By Sirus Dehdari; Stockholm University
   presented by: Sirus Dehdari, Stockholm University
 
Session 124: Education: Teachers
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 107
 
Session Chair: Peter Dolton, University of Sussex
 

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

2. Absence, Substitutability and Productivity. Evidence from Teachers
By Asma Benhenda; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Asma Benhenda, Paris School of Economics
 

3. The effect of cash incentives on the quantity and quality of new teachers in hard-to-staff subjects
By Luke Sibieta; IFS
   presented by: Luke Sibieta, IFS
 

4. Public Opinion on Teacher Pay and Status: Cross Country Evidence
By Peter Dolton; University of Sussex
   presented by: Peter Dolton, University of Sussex
 
Session 125: Empirical Health Studies
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 101
 
Session Chair: Benjamin Zaranko, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

1. The effect of iodine fortification on cognitive test scores in rural India
By Wiktoria Tafesse; University of Sussex
   presented by: Wiktoria Tafesse, University of Sussex
 

2. Clinical guidelines in the real-world of medicine: Evidence from the roll-out of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention facilities in England
By Elaine Kelly; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Tom Lee; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Tom Lee, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

3. The Distribution of Physician Quality: Evidence From the English National Health Service
By George Stoye; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: George Stoye, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

4. Substitution Between Health and Social Care: Evidence From England
By Rowena Crawford; The Institute for Fiscal Studies
George Stoye; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Benjamin Zaranko; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Benjamin Zaranko, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 
Session 126: Taxation and Income Elasticity
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 209
 
Session Chair: Linus Mattauch, Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford
 

1. The Elasticity of Taxable Income: A Meta-Regression Analysis
By Carina Woodage
   presented by: Carina Woodage,
 

2. Income Shifting and Responses to Tax: Evidence from Company Owner-Managers
By Helen Miller; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Thomas Pope; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Kate Smith; Institute for Fiscal Studies
   presented by: Thomas Pope, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

3. Overcoming wealth inequality: when can capital-tax financed public investment help?
By Linus Mattauch; Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford
David Klenert; Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change
Joseph Stiglitz; Columbia University
Ottmar Edenhofer; Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research / MCC / TU Berlin
   presented by: Linus Mattauch, Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford
 
Session 127: Finance: Asset Pricing
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 112
 
Session Chair: Dongna Zhang, University of York
 

1. Emprical Asset Pricing with Multi-Period Disasters and Partial Government Defaults
By Jantje Soenksen; University of Tuebingen
Joachim Grammig; University of Tuebingen
   presented by: Joachim Grammig, University of Tuebingen
 

2. Can the consumption-based model with durable goods explain the US yield curve?
By Ryoichi Ikeda; Nanzan University
Yoske Igarashi; Hokkaido University
   presented by: Yoske Igarashi, Hokkaido University
 

3. Macro Factors and Time-Varying Risk Premia in UK Financial Markets
By Dongna Zhang; University of York
   presented by: Dongna Zhang, University of York
 
Session 128: Behavioural Finance 2
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 210
 
Session Chair: Irina Dyshko, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

1. Momentum and Reversal under Persistent Heterogeneity
By Giulio Bottazzi; Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Pietro Dindo; Ca' Foscari University of Venice
   presented by: Giulio Bottazzi, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
 

2. Optimism, Volatility and Decision-Making in Stock Markets
By Francesco Rocciolo; University of Reading
   presented by: Francesco Rocciolo, University of Reading
 

3. Successful Motivation with Side Effects: Exploring Nonlinear Compensation of Mortgage Brokers
By Irina Dyshko; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Irina Dyshko, Goethe University Frankfurt
 
Session 129: Empirical Finance 2
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 211
 
Session Chair: Fabio Calonaci, Queen Mary University of London
 

1. Customer financing, bargaining power and trade credit uptake
By Simona Mateut; U Nottingham
Thanaset Chevapatrakul; Nottingham University Business School
   presented by: Simona Mateut, U Nottingham
 

2. Management as the sine qua non for M&A success
By Manthos Delis; University of Surrey
Maria Iosifidi; Surrey Business School
Pantelis Kazakis; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Pantelis Kazakis, University of Glasgow
 

3. Market Imperfections and Crowdfunding
By Anton Miglo; Birmingham City University
   presented by: Anton Miglo, Birmingham City University
 

4. Jump and Leverage components in stock market volatility: A new empirical approach
By Fabio Calonaci; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Fabio Calonaci, Queen Mary University of London
 
Session 130: Behavioural Decision Making
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 104
 
Session Chair: Sabrina Jeworrek, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 

1. MULTIPLE PRICE LISTS AND THE ELICITATION OF RISK ATTITUDES
By Graham Loomes; University of Warwick
Ganna Pogrebna; University of Birmingham, University of Warwick, and Alan Turing Institute
   presented by: Ganna Pogrebna, University of Birmingham, University of Warwick, and Alan Turing Institute
 

2. Emotions, Risk Attitudes, and Patience
By Armando Meier; University of Basel and Stanford Graduate School of Business
   presented by: Armando Meier, University of Basel and Stanford Graduate School of Business
 

3. Fever pitch: are football fans irrational?
By Peter Dolton; NIESR, University of Sussex
George MacKerron; University of Sussex
   presented by: George MacKerron, University of Sussex
 

4. “The good news about bad news”: Feedback about past organizational failure and its impact on worker productivity
By Sabrina Jeworrek; Halle Institute for Economic Research
Vanessa Mertins; University of Vechta
Michael Vlassopoulos; University of Southampton
   presented by: Sabrina Jeworrek, Halle Institute for Economic Research
 
Session 131: Industrial Organisation: Theory 2
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 204
 
Session Chair: Joachim Heinzel, Paderborn University
 

1. Competing Trade Mechanisms and Monotone Mechanism Choice
By Eberhard Feess; Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Christian Grund; RWTH Aachen University
Markus Walzl; Innsbruck University
Ansgar Wohlschlegel; University of Portsmouth
   presented by: Ansgar Wohlschlegel, University of Portsmouth
 

2. Multi-product Supply Function Equilibria
By Pär Holmberg; Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN)
Keith Ruddell; IFN
Bert Willems; Tilburg University
   presented by: Keith Ruddell, IFN
 

3. Inducing Herding with Capacity Constraints
By Alexei Parakhonyak; University of Oxford
Nick Vikander; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Alexei Parakhonyak, University of Oxford
 

4. Credence goods markets with heterogeneous experts
By Joachim Heinzel; Paderborn University
   presented by: Joachim Heinzel, Paderborn University
 
Session 132: Economic History 2
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 202
 
Session Chair: Nadeem Aftab, The University of Northampton
 

1. The Medieval Frontier Origins of a Country’s Economic Geography: The Case of Spain
By Daniel Oto-Peralías; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Daniel Oto-Peralías, University of St Andrews
 

2. History of Land Revenues in Sind 1843-1920: A Tool of Fiscal Policy or an Instrument of Indirect Rule?
By Nadeem Aftab; The University of Northampton
Tehreem Husain; University College London (UCL)
   presented by: Nadeem Aftab, The University of Northampton
 
Session 133: Economic Theory: Information 2
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 206
 
Session Chair: Kaustav Das, University of Exeter Business School
 

1. Information Aggregation in Multidimensional Cheap Talk
By Daniel Habermacher; The University of Warwick
   presented by: Daniel Habermacher, The University of Warwick
 

2. The social value of information in economies with mandatory savings
By Pablo Beker; University of Warwick
Conrado Cuevas; University of Warwick
   presented by: Conrado Cuevas, University of Warwick
 

3. Informational Cycles in Search Markets
By Eeva Mauring; University of Vienna
   presented by: Eeva Mauring, University of Vienna
 

4. Strategic Experimentation with Private Arrival of Information and Competition
By Kaustav Das; University of Exeter Business School
   presented by: Kaustav Das, University of Exeter Business School
 
Session 134: Economic Theory: Networks, Organisations and Firms
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 207
 
Session Chair: Yair Antler, University of Essex
 

1. The asymmetric fundamental transformation
By Nick Vikander; University of Copenhagen
   presented by: Nick Vikander, University of Copenhagen
 

2. The Network Topology of Locally Interacting Agents and System-Level Distributions of Agent Actions
By Janelle Schlossberger; Harvard University
   presented by: Janelle Schlossberger, Harvard University
 

3. Competitive Pay and Excessive Manager Risk-Taking
By Jen-Wen Chang; California State University Fullerton
Simpson Zhang; Department of the Treasury
   presented by: Jen-Wen Chang, California State University Fullerton
 

4. Multilevel Marketing: Pyramid-Shaped Schemes or Exploitative Scams?
By Yair Antler; University of Essex
   presented by: Yair Antler, University of Essex
 
Session 135: Labour Economics: Income Distribution and Inequality 3
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 103
 
Session Chair: Malka Guillot, Paris School of Economics - EHESS
 

1. The Mightier, the Stingier: Firms’ Market Power, Capital Intensity, and the Labor Share of Income
By Pawel Adrjan; University of Oxford
   presented by: Pawel Adrjan, University of Oxford
 

2. The political economy of income distribution: industry level evidence from 14 OECD countries
By Alexander Guschanski; University of Greenwich
Ozlem Onaran; University of Greenwich
   presented by: Alexander Guschanski, University of Greenwich
 

3. Taxes and Technological Determinants of Wage Inequalities: France 1976-2010
By Antoine Bozio; Paris school of economics
Thomas Breda; Paris School of Economics
Malka Guillot; Paris School of Economics - EHESS
   presented by: Malka Guillot, Paris School of Economics - EHESS
 
Session 136: Labour Economics: Discrimination and Peer Effects
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 201
 
Session Chair: Arjan Non, University of Bonn
 

1. diffusion of social values through the lens of U.S. newspapers
By Paolo Masella; University of Bologna
   presented by: Paolo Masella, University of Bologna
 

2. Workplace Diversity and Black-White Social Relations
By Andreas Ferrara; University of Warwick
   presented by: Andreas Ferrara, University of Warwick
 

3. More than just friends? School peers and adult interracial relationships
By Luca Merlino; University of Antwerp
Max Steinhardt; Helmut Schmidt University
Liam Wren-Lewis; Paris School of Economics
   presented by: Liam Wren-Lewis, Paris School of Economics
 

4. The Impact of Peer Personality on Academic Achievement
By Bart Golsteyn; Maastricht University
Arjan Non; University of Bonn
Ulf Zoelitz; University of Zurich
   presented by: Arjan Non, University of Bonn
 
Session 137: Labour Economics: Unemployment
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 113
 
Session Chair: Edgar Salgado-Chavez, University of Sussex
 

1. The Multi-Sectoral Allocation of Workers
By Nayha Mansoor; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Nayha Mansoor, University of St Andrews
 

2. How do Automation and Offshorability Influence Unemployment Duration and Subsequent Job Quality?
By Bernhard Schmidpeter; University of Essex
Rudolf Winter-Ebmer; University of Linz and IHS, Vienna
   presented by: Bernhard Schmidpeter, University of Essex
 

3. Job polarisation and the race between technology and skills in the UK
By Luis Valenzuela-Rivera; University of Oxford
   presented by: Luis Valenzuela-Rivera, University of Oxford
 

4. The Local Labour Market Effects of R&D Growth
By Tommaso Ciarli; University of Sussex
Alberto Marzucchi; University of Sussex
Edgar Salgado-Chavez; University of Sussex
Maria Savona; University of Sussex
   presented by: Edgar Salgado-Chavez, University of Sussex
 
Session 138: Methodological Innovations and Econometric Methods for the Measurement of Inequality and Poverty
March 28, 2018 15:15 to 16:45
FUL 102
 
Session Chair: James Foster, George Washington University
 

1. Time series properties of relative and absolute inequality measures
By Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay; Queen Mary University of London
   presented by: Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, Queen Mary University of London
 

2. Inequality measurement for bounded variables
By Iñaki Permanyer; Centre d'Estudis Demografics
Suman Seth; Leeds University Business School
Gaston Yalonetzky; University of Leeds
   presented by: Gaston Yalonetzky, University of Leeds
 

3. Chronic or Acute? Preference-consistent measurement of poverty over time
By Catherine Porter; Heriot-Watt University
Natalie Quinn; University of Oxford
   presented by: Natalie Quinn, University of Oxford
 

4. The Role of Inequality in Poverty Measurement
By Sabina Alkire; University of Oxford
James Foster; George Washington University
   presented by: James Foster, George Washington University
 

138 sessions, 524 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Abbring, JaapC111
3Adams, AbiP17, C17
4Adrjan, PawelP135
5Aftab, NadeemP132, C132
6Aksoy, Cevat GirayP39
7Alderighi, StefanoP100, C100
8Ali, ManhalP42
9Alysandratos, TheodorosP77
10Amess, KevinP94
11Anderberg, DanP82
12Andreoli, FrancescoP97
13Antler, YairP134, C134
14Aquilante, TommasoP6, C6
15Armand, AlexP31
16Babiak, MykolaP44
17Balestra, SimoneP73
18Bandyopadhyay, SanghamitraP138
19Banerjee, SubratoP101
20Banks, JamesC115
21Barsbai, TomanP83
22Bartelsman, EricP56
23BAS, MariaP35
24Basak, BarnaliP97, C97
25Bateman, VictoriaD110
26Baumann, StuartP79
27Bell, IainD26
28Belmonte, AlessandroP40, C40
29Benhenda, AsmaP124
30Berardi, MicheleP20
31Bergeaud, AntoninP105
32Bhattacharyya, SambitP70, C70
33Bianchi, DanieleP100
34Bicu, AndreeaP99
35Bingley, PaulP60
36Birdi, AlvinP29
37Blanden, JoP40
38Blow, LauraP4
39Blundell, RichardC60
40Boenke, TimmP67
41Bondarev, AntonP18, C18
42Booth, AlisonP16, C16
43Borchert, IngoP90
44Bottazzi, GiulioP128
45Boudot, CamilleP62, P117
46Bradley, JakeP107, C107
47Bransch, FelixP82
48Brey, BjoernP1
49Brinca, PedroP93
50Britton, JackP96, C96
51Brown, AlasdairP44
52Brown, SarahP4, C4
53Bruns, MartinP98
54Bryson, AlexP23
55Buiatti, CesareP69
56Buscha, FranzP86
57Calonaci, FabioP129, C129
58Campos, NauroP36, C36
59Candel-Haug, KatharinaP18
60Cao, YifeiP99, C99
61Carvajal, JuanP123
62Cascaldi-Garcia, DaniloP37
63Cassidy, RachelP17, P51, C51
64Castello-Climent, AmparoP118, C118
65Celik, LeventP48
66Chadha, JagjitC56
67Chakraborty, NilanjanaP76, C76
68Chang, Jen-WenP134
69Charles-Cadogan, G.P58, C58
70Chen, NatalieP89, C89
71Chen, JingzhiP44, C44
72Chernyshev, NikolayP18
73Chevalier, ArnaudP12
74Chhaochharia, VidhiP21
75Chivers, DavidP31
76Christin, ClemenceP79
77Clark, GregoryP52, C52
78Clemens, GeorgP48
79Clymo, AlexP91
80Cobb-Clark, DeborahP65
81Colvin, ChristopherP64
82Comerford, DavidP41
83Commault, JeanneP4
84Corts, KennethP47, C47
85Costa, RuiP49
86Costa Font, JoanP42
87Coyle, DianeP29
88Crafts, NicholasP56
89Crawfurd, LeeP65
90Cribb, JonathanP22
91Cuberes, DavidP112, C112
92Cuevas, ConradoP133
93Dang, Hai AnhP118
94das, SabyasachiP70
95Das, KaustavP133, C133
96Davies, CeriP68, C68
97De Cao, ElisabettaP11
98de Silva, TilokaP84
99de Soyres, FrancoisP35
100de Vries, GaaitzenP66
101Dearden, LorraineP61
102Debowicz, DarioP39
103Dehdari, SirusP123, C123
104Deiana, ClaudioP83
105Del Negro, MarcoP30, P109, P111
106Della Giusta, MarinaP29, C29
107Della Lena, SebastianoP20, C20
108Di Ubaldo, MattiaP6
109DIABY, MOHAMEDP38
110Dibiasi, AndreasP37
111Dickerson, AndrewP84
112Dickson, MattP84
113Dilnot, CatherineP61
114Ding, SaiP19
115Disney, RichardP113
116Dolton, PeterP124, C124
117Donaubauer, JulianP86, C86
118Duerr, NiklasP78
119Dyrstad, Jan MortenP54
120Dyshko, IrinaP128, C128
121Edo, AnthonyP106
122Einiö, EliasP119
123Emmerson, CarlP60
124Eriksson, StefanP51
125Esady, VaniaP92, C92
126Eskandari, RuhollahP68
127Etgeton, StefanP60
128Etheridge, BenP115
129Fackler, ThomasP102
130Farina, EgidioP119
131Farmer, RogerP8, C8, P30, C30
132Ferrara, AndreasP136
133Ferrari, MassimoP122
134Fidrmuc, JarkoP15
135Fidrmuc, JanP2, C2
136Fisher, PaulP73, C73
137Flemming, JeanP107
138Flueckiger, MatthiasP32
139Fongoni, MarcoP54
140Forgues-Puccio, GonzaloP3, C3
141Foster, JamesP138, C138
142Foulis, AngusP75
143Foureaux Koppensteiner, MartinP72
144Franco Gavonel, MariaP55, C55
145Gabriel, VascoP89
146Gaddis, IsisP1, C1, P27, C27
147Gaete, GonzaloP72
148Gahramanov, EminP21, C21
149Galavotti, StefanoP101, C101
150Gallice, AndreaP81
151Gamalerio, MatteoP95
152Gamba, SimonaP102, C102
153Gao, BoP86
154Gao, MingP78, C78
155Garbarino, NicolaP33, C33
156García-Suaza, AndrésP14
157Garcia Hombrados, JorgeP11, C11
158Garcia-Ramos, Aixa MariaP82
159Garratt, AnthonyP30
160Gaule, PatrickP102
161Gennaioli, CaterinaP64, C64
162Gentili, ElenaP52
163Georgiadis, AndreasP2
164Geraats, PetraP114
165Ghosh, ChinmoyP45
166Giles, ChrisC59
167Giovannetti, AndreaP122
168Giovannetti, GiorgiaP120, C120
169Girard, VictoireP65
170Giupponi, GiuliaP24
171Goldfayn-Frank, OlgaP121
172Gottfries, AxelP107
173Goulas, SofoklisP72
174Graeber, DanielP11
175Grammig, JoachimP127
176Grüner, HansP12
177Grüning, PatrickP69
178Green, ColinP41
179Grieco, DanielaP16
180Griffith, RachelP13, C13
181Grogger, JeffreyP113
182Gu, RanP91, C91
183Guardado, JennyP80
184Guillot, MalkaP135, C135
185Guimaraes, RodrigoP57
186Gunsilius, FlorianP43, C43
187Gupta, ApoorvaP18
188Gupta, satyendraP64
189Gurney, AndrewC114
190Guschanski, AlexanderP135
191Gutierrez Rufrancos, HectorP95
192Habermacher, DanielP133
193Habu, KatarzynaP12, C12
194Hacioglu Hoke, SinemP14
195Hale, GalinaP116, D116
196Hantzsche, ArnoP24
197Hauptmann, AndreasP34, C34
198Heim, SvenP78
199Heinzel, JoachimP131, C131
200Hetschko, ClemensP108, C108
201Hidalgo-Cabrillana, AnaP87
202Hinterschweiger, MarcP33
203Holzner, MarioP28
204Hong, Seung-HyunP19, C19
205Houngbonon, Georges VivienP65, C65
206Huang, HanweiP90
207Hugh-Jones, DavidP52
208Huxley, GervasP96
209Ibeji, NgoziP55
210Ichino, AndreaP112
211Igarashi, YoskeP127
212Ilori, AyobamiP93
213Isaksen, ElisabethP41, C41
214Isoni, AndreaP46, C46
215Ivandic, RiaP49, C49
216Jaitman, LauraP113
217Jakucionyte, EgleP88
218James, JonathanP17
219Janke, KatharinaP42, C42
220Jara Tamayo, HolguerP58
221Jena, FaraiP87, C87
222Jewell, SarahP106, C106
223Jeworrek, SabrinaP130, C130
224JIANG, YAJINGP74
225Johnson, AnnikaP81
226Jung, AlexanderP15, C15
227Jurajda, StepanP31
228Kalayci, KenanP123
229Kazakis, PantelisP129
230Kühl, MichaelP9
231Keller, ElisaP112
232Kenjegalieva, AliyaP36
233Kerr, AmandaP2
234Khadjavi, MenuschP119
235Khantadze, DavitP50, C50
236Kiley, MichaelP57, C57
237Kim, Duk GyooP103
238Kirchmaier, TomC113
239Kirkman, ScottP22, C22
240Kitagawa, ToruP43
241Klein, MathiasP92
242Klymak, MargarytaP55
243Koelle, MichaelP63, C63
244Koenig, ChristophP49
245Kofol, ChiaraP31, C31
246Kogler, MichaelP75
247Kopiec, PawelP92
248Kotschy, RainerP24, C24
249Kouki, AmairisaP108
250Krause, MelanieP3
251Kristensen, DennisP98
252Laffan, KateP16
253Laffers, LukasP85, C85
254Lahiri, AmartyaP64
255Langen, MikeP88
256Lawson, CorneliaP102
257Lazarakis, SpyridonP71
258Lebesmuehlbacher, ThomasP33
259Lee, TomP125
260Lefrere, VincentP79
261Leighton, MargaretP53
262Lepore, CaterinaP104
263Levell, PeterP115
264Lewbel, ArthurP27
265Li, ShengyuP35, C35
266Liang, YanP91
267Ligon, EthanP27
268Lim, King YoongP3
269Limodio, NicolaP120
270Lindner, AttilaP54
271Lippmann, QuentinP123
272Liu, ChunpingP32, C32
273Loebbing, JonasP105, C105
274Long, IainP107
275Lopez, JimmyP28, C28
276Luo, WeijieP39, C39
277Macaulay, AlistairP9
278Machado, JoséP43
279Machin, StephenP59
280Machin, StephenD110
281MacKerron, GeorgeP130
282Maertens, AnnemieP1, P117
283Magli, MartinaP66
284Mahmud, MahreenP62, C62
285Maillard, SophieP82, C82
286Manderson, EdwardP5, C5
287Mansoor, NayhaP137
288Margaris, PanagiotisP13
289Marin, GiovanniP41
290Marioni, LarissaP84, C84
291Martinez-Toledano, ClaraP71
292Martino, EnricaP21
293Masella, PaoloP136
294Massaro, DomenicoP77
295Mata, TiagoP29
296Mateut, SimonaP129
297Mattauch, LinusP126, C126
298Mauring, EevaP133
299Mazza, JacopoP53
300McDonald, RebeccaP46
301McMahon, MichaelP114
302Meeks, RolandP109, C109
303Megalokonomou, RigissaP96
304Mehrotra, AaronP109
305Meier, ArmandoP130
306Meier, VolkerP85
307Melesse, TigistP117, C117
308Mense, AndreasP88
309Micheli, MartinP91
310Michelucci, FabioP10, C10
311Miescu, MirelaP122, C122
312Miglo, AntonP129
313Migrow, DimitriP81, C81
314Mihailov, AlexanderP7
315Millard, StephenP36
316Mion, GiordanoD26, P47
317Mitra, AnirbanP70
318Mizen, PaulP59
319Monzon, IgnacioP20
320Moriconi, SimoneP66, C66
321Mosca, IreneP21
322Mountford, AndrewP52
323Mueller, CarolaP99
324Mumford, KarenP110
325Munyo, IgnacioP73
326Murphy, AnthonyP121, C121
327Nahhas, AbdulkaderP86
328Nakashima, KiyotakaP75
329Nam, Choong HyunP8
330Nanziri, ElizabethP62
331Neri, LorenzoP40
332Nesheim, LarsP74
333Nguyen, ToanP83
334Non, ArjanP136, C136
335Norman, ThomasP81
336Novy, DennisP59
337O'Keeffe-O'Donovan, RossaP32
338Odermatt, RetoP58
339Oechslin, ManuelP94
340Okafor, GodwinP55
341Onnis, LuisannaP12
342Orefice, GianlucaP34
343Ornaghi, AriannaP94, C94
344Oteiza, FranciscoP1
345Otero, JesusP33
346Oto-Peralías, DanielP132
347Ovidi, MarcoP103, C103
348Pal, SarmisthaP85
349Palombo, EdoardoP9, C9
350Papps, KerryP108
351Parakhonyak, AlexeiP131
352pasini, elisabettaP83, C83
353Peiris, UdaraP7
354Peppel-Srebrny, JemimaP67
355Perdrix, ElsaP60
356Perugini, CristianoP28
357Pidkuyko, MyroslavP76
358Pieters, GinaP89
359Piffer, MicheleP98, C98
360Pinheiro, RobertoP48, C48
361Pizzinelli, CarloP63
362Platonov, KonstantinP92
363Pless, JacquelynP5
364Pogrebna, GannaP130
365Ponzetto, GiacomoP95
366Pope, ThomasP126
367Portes, JonathanD26
368Povey, RichardP103
369Povoledo, LauraP38
370Quigley, DanielP50
371Quinn, NatalieP138
372Qureshi, IrfanP7, C7
373Rabe, BirgittaP115
374Raitano, MicheleP22
375Rambaccussing, DoorujP98
376Ramsay, GarethP114
377Ratcliffe, AnitaP119, C119
378Raviv, AlonP109
379Redl, ChrisP37
380REI, CLAUDIAP80, C80
381Reinhardt, DennisP116, D116
382Riccaboni, MassimoP6
383Rienzo, CinziaP63
384Rieth, MalteP7
385Riley, RebeccaP56
386Riley, EmmaP118
387Roantree, BarraP71
388Roberti, PaoloP10
389Robertson, MatthewP50
390Rocciolo, FrancescoP128
391Roncoroni, CamillaP47
392Rossi, BarbaraP111
393Rossi, RaffaeleP93
394Rossi, FedericoP87
395Rubio, MargaritaP122
396Ruddell, KeithP131
397Rueth, SebastianP88, C88
398Rukundo, EmmanuelP2
399Sa, FilipaP120
400Said, FarahP62, P117
401Saka, OrkunP70
402Saka, OrkunP15
403Salgado-Chavez, EdgarP137, C137
404Sandi, MatteoP53, C53
405Sandner, MalteP23, C23
406Santos-Pinto, LuisP104
407Sato, HitoshiP66
408Schlossberger, JanelleP134
409Schluetter, FrankP48
410Schmidpeter, BernhardP115, P137
411Schnitzlein, DanielP96
412Schuler, TobiasP68
413Schwarz, AntoniaP87
414Scrutinio, VincenzoP23
415Sechel, CristinaP110
416Seneca, MartinP57
417Senga, TatsuroP26, P37, C37
418Seth, SumanP97
419Sevinc, OrhunP105
420Sevinc, DenizP71, C71
421Sgroi, DanielP101
422Shabab, ChowdhuryP55
423Shibayama, KatsuyukiP69
424Shimizu, KatsutoshiP45, C45
425Shure, NikkiP61, C61
426Sibieta, LukeP124
427Siciliani, PaoloP19
428Siedschlag, IuliaP120
429Siemroth, ChristophP77
430Sievertsen, Hans HenrikP53
431Sikdar, ShivaP5
432Singh, SwapnilP8
433Singleton, CarlP54, C54
434Skarda, IevaP3
435Skovoroda, RodionP45
436Slotwinski, MichaelaP10
437Smith, SarahP51, C110
438Sonntag, JanP47
439Sowerbutts, RhiannonP99
440Spiganti, AlessandroP104
441Sraieb, MohamedP104, C104
442Stefanadis, ChristodoulosP69, C69
443Stefanski, RadekP89
444Stoye, GeorgeP125
445Strittmatter, AnthonyP23
446Sulka, TomaszP20
447Suverato, DavideP34
448Swarbrick, JonathanP36
449Symeonidis, GeorgeP78
450Szydlowski, ArkadiuszP14
451Tafesse, WiktoriaP125
452Tagliati, FedericoP97
453Tang, Cheng KeatP73
454Tatomir, SrdanP14, C14
455Taylor, GregP19
456Tealdi, CristinaP106
457Theloudis, AlexandrosP4
458Tian, MoP38, C38
459Timmer, MarcelP26
460Tong, ManuelP6
461Tontivanichanon, ChutiornP76
462Traiberman, SharonP25
463Tran, VuP44
464Triebs, ThomasP86
465Tritah, AhmedP106
466Trivin, PedroP67
467Trombetta, FedericoP95, C95
468Trucchi, SerenaP9
469Trzeciakiewicz, DawidP93, C93
470Tsiaras, StylianosP68
471Turocy, TheodoreP46
472Turon, HeleneP112
473Tybout, JamesP25, C25
474Ulyssea, GabrielP25
475Urvoy, CamilleP13
476Valente, ChristineP118
477Valente, SimoneP67, C67
478Valenzuela Rivera, LuisP22
479Valenzuela-Rivera, LuisP137
480van der Erve, LauraP72, C72
481Varela, GonzaloP35
482Vaughan, NickC26
483Vecchi, MichelaP28
484Veiga, AndreP74
485Vermeulen, WesselP80
486Vikander, NickP134
487Vinogradov, DmitriP121
488von Hinke, StephanieP77, C77
489von Peter, GoetzP116
490Wadsworth, JonathanP26
491Wales, PhilipP56
492Wallace, ChristopherP50
493Walther, SelmaP51
494Wang, TianyuP100
495Wang, YiP24
496Wang, MengjieP101
497Watson, AnnaP90
498Weber, TillP16
499Werner, SebastianP121
500Wilkinson, DavidP124
501Winkler, RolandP8
502Witt, RobertP49
503Witte, MarcP63
504Wohlschlegel, AnsgarP131
505Wolf, AlexP27
506Woodage, CarinaP126
507Wren-Lewis, LiamP136
508Wyness, GillP61
509Xu, YouzongP103
510Xue, YuhanP11
511Yalonetzky, GastonP138
512Yamamura, TaikiP74, C74
513Yang, HyunjooP32
514Ye, XianjiaP105
515Yilmazkuday, HakanP90, C90
516Young, GarryP30
517Yung, JulietaP116, D116, D116, C116
518Zachariadis, MariosP15
519Zaranko, BenjaminP125, C125
520Zhang, MaoP45
521Zhang, DongnaP127, C127
522Zhang, ChiP79, C79
523Zhang, JingyuP76
524Zhao, ShengP75, C75
525Zhu, TongP5
526Zierow, LarissaP40
527Zizza, RobertaP38

 

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