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Macroeconomic Risk Chair | Newsletter #14

The Macroeconomic Risk Chair has been launched in June 2018. Held by the Paris School of Economics, it is financed by the SCOR Foundation for Science.

Under the scientific leadership of Gilles Saint-Paul (PSE, École normale supérieure - PSL) and the executive leadership of Axelle Ferriere (PSE, CNRS), the chair aims to strengthen high level research and the dissemination of knowledge to generate a better understanding of contemporary macroeconomics.

To contribute to this goal, a newsletter is released three times a year, summarizing the research performed and promoted within the chair.

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> The Spatial and Distributive Implications of Working-from-home : A General Equilibrium Model,
By Morgane Richard (University College London)

> Female Labor Force Participation and Structural Transformation,
By Xincheng Qiu (Arizona State University), Moritz Kuhn (University of Mannheim) and Iourii Manovskii (University of Pennsylvania)

> The Medical Expansion, Life-Expectancy and Endogenous Directed Technical Change,
By Leon Huetsch (University Of Pennsylvania), Dirk Krueger (University Of Pennsylvania) and Alexander Ludwig (Goethe University Frankfurt)

> Decomposing the Drivers of Global R*,
By Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi (Bank of England), Richard Harrison (Bank of England) and Rana Sajedi (Bank of England)

> Unequal Global Convergence,
By Shoumitro Chatterjee (The Johns Hopkins University), Elisa Giannone (Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional) and Kan Kuno (The Pennsylvania State University)

> Technological Change and Earnings Inequality in the U.S.: Implications for Optimal Taxation,
By Pedro Brinca (Nova School of Business and Economics), João B. Duarte (Nova School of Business and Economics), Hans A. Holter (University of Oslo) and João G. Oliveira (Nova School of Business and Economics)

> The dynamic effects of income taxes in a world of ideas,
By James Cloyne (University of California Davis), Joseba Martinez (London Business School), Haroon Mumtaz (Queen Mary University Of London) and Paolo Surico (London Business School)

> Geography Versus Income: The Heterogeneous Effects of Carbon Taxation,
By Charles Labrousse (Paris School of Economics) and Yann Perdereau (Paris School of Economics)

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The Macroeconomic Risk Chair aims to promote the development and dissemination of research into a number of areas linked to the issue of macroeconomic risk, the macroeconomic effects of uncertainty, the financial and macroeconomic contagion effects of crises and the long-term risks.