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Economic Research on Identity, Norms, and Narratives (ERINN), 4th Annual Conference | June 17-18

Economic Research on Identity, Norms, and Narratives (ERINN): 4th Annual Conference

Dates: June 17-18, 2022
Venue: Paris School of Economics
48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris
Room R2-01

Program:

Friday June 17

08:30 Breakfast

09:00 Introductions

09:05 Yan Chen: “The Role of Group Identity in Fostering Political Polarization”

09:50 Sharun Mukand: “Scholars at Risk”

10:35 Coffee

10:50 Caroline Liqui Lung: “On the Origin and Persistence of Identity-Driven Choice Behavior”

11:35 Cole Williams: “Affirmative Action with Multidimensional Identities”

12:20 Lunch

13:30 Willemien Kets: “Organizational Design: Culture and Incentives”

14:15 Sam Jindani: “A Stepping Stone Approach to Understanding Harmful Norms”

15:00 Coffee

15:30 Dennis Snower: “Rethinking the Theoretical Foundations of Economics”

16:15 Adjourn

19:00 Dinner 

Saturday June 18

08:30 Breakfast

09:00 Jean-Philippe Platteau: “Entrenched Political Dynasties and Development under Competitive Clientelism”

09:45 Pauline Grosjean: “Heroes and Villains: The Effects of Heroism on Autocratic Values and Nazi Collaboration in France”

10:30 Coffee

10:45 Dan McGee: “Emergence of Stereotypes Under Group Competition”

11:30 Benjamin Marx: “Islam and the State: Religious Education in the Age of Mass Schooling”

12:15 Lunch

13:45 Thierry Verdier: “The Quran and the Sword”

14:30 Stefan Dercon: “Proud to Belong: The Impact of Ethics Training on Officers in Ghana”

15:15 Adjourn