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ADRES Doctoral Conference 2022, 21-22 janvier

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L’édition 2022 de la conférence doctorale annuelle ADRES - Association pour le Développement de la Recherche en Économie et en Statistique se tiendra en ligne les 21 et 22 janvier.

ADRES Doctoral Conference 2022

Dates : Les 21 et 22 janvier 2022
La conférence se déroulera intégralement en ligne.


Vendredi 21 janvier

9:00 Welcome

9:15-9:30 Opening by F. Dufourt (ADRES) and J.M. Tallon (PSE)

9:30-10:30 Plenary session 1
Roland Bénabou, Beliefs and Misbeliefs : The Economics of Wishful Thinking

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-12:15 Parallel sessions

Session 1

  • Nouréini Sayouti
    How does information on minimum and maximum food prices affect measured monetary poverty ? Evidence from Niger
  • Julieta Peveri
    Interest Groups’ Contributions and Political Selection : Evidence from Brazil
  • Melika Liporace
    4 Things Nobody Tells You About Online News

Session 2

  • Basile Vidalenc
    Optimal Eligibility for Unemployment Insurance
  • Sergio Cappellini
    Optimal Unemployment Insurance and Worker Profiling
  • Jocelyn Maillard
    Automation, Offshoring and Employment Distribution in Western Europe

Session 3

  • Yuanzhe Tang
    Trade Policy Uncertainty, Learning and Export Decision
  • Benoit Dicharry
    Impact of European Cohesion Policy on regional growth : When time isn’t money
  • Priyam Verma
    Optimal Infrastructure after Trade Reform in India

12:15-13:30 Lunch break

13:30-15:00 Parallel sessions

Session 1

  • Morgan Patty
    Root Dominance
  • Wei Bi
    Paper Submission
  • Emy Lécuyer
    Dynamic Completeness and Market Frictions

Session 2

  • Gwen-Jiro Clochard
    Improving the perception of the Police by the Youth
  • Bastien Michel
    Custodial versus non-custodial sentences : Long-run evidence from an anticipated reform
  • Nitin Kumar Bharti
    The Early Origins of Judicial Stringency in Bail Decisions : Evidence from early-childhood Exposure to Hindu-Muslim Riots in India

Session 3

  • Thomas Thivillon
    Demand for informal care and human capital accumulation : Evidence from elderly adult deaths in Senegal
  • Léo Zabrocki
    Why Acute Health Effects of Air Pollution Could Be Inflated
  • Laura Khoury
    Prison, Mental Health and Family Spillovers

15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-16:15 Plenary session 2
Jeanne Hagenbach, Motivated versus Skeptical Beliefs,

16:15-16:30 Break

16:30-18:00 Parallel sessions

Session 1

  • Baptiste Souillard
    Learning the Ropes ? Executive Experience and Location Choices of Multinational Firms
  • Samuel Delpeuch
    Productivity Slowdown, Tax Havens and MNEs’ Intangibles : where is measured value creation ?
  • Emmanuel Salvador Chavez Jimenez
    Who pays for a Value Added Tax Hike at an International Border ? Evidence from Mexico

Session 2

  • Fabien Petit
    Individuals’ values over the lifecycle : Does consistency matter ?
  • Vincent Theroude
    More Ambiguous or More Complex ? Investigating Model Uncertainty in Ellsberg Urns
  • Angelo Petralia
    Bounded rationality is asymptotically rare

Session 3

  • Valentin Guye
    Price incentives and unmonitored deforestation : Evidence from Indonesian palm oil mills
  • Etienne Le Rossignol
    The Economic Origins of Trust : Evidence from Transhumant Pastoralist Societies
  • Mélina London
    Trade Networks and Natural Disasters : Diversion, not Destruction

Samedi 22 janvier

9:30-11:00 Parallel sessions

Session 1

  • Mehdi El Herradi
    The rich, the poor, and the middle class : Banking crises and income distribution
  • Tidiane Ly
    The Marginal Value of Public Funds in a Federation
  • Adrien Montalbo
    State intervention, education supply and economic growth in nineteenth-century France

Session 2

  • Luis-Guillermo Becerra-Valbuena
    Climatic shocks, air quality, and health at birth in Bogota
  • Maria José Montoya Villalobos
    Green consumption : The impact of trust and pessimism
  • Philippe Colo
    Cassandra’s Curse : a Second Tragedy of the Commons

Session 3

  • Alexis Larousse
    Small firm policies in procurement : New evidence from drug procurement auctions in Brazil
  • Heesang Ryu
    Litigation versus spillovers
  • Morgane Guignard
    Upstream Mergers with Divestitures in Vertical Markets

11:00-11:15 Break

11:15-11:30 ADRES Prize

11:30-12:30 Plenary session 3
Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, Mobile internet and confidence in government

12:30-13:45 Lunch

13:45-15:15 Parallel sessions

Session 1

  • Avaro Maylis
    Zombie International Currency : The Pound Sterling 1945-1973
  • Francesco Saverio Gaudio
    Supply Shocks and Asset Market Participation
  • Louis Marie Harpedanne
    Mediating Financial Intermediation

Session 2

  • Alberto Grillo
    Ethical Voting in Heterogeneous Groups
  • Benjamin Blumenthal
    Is More Information Good for Voters ?
  • Ernesto Ugolini
    Vote for populism : a way to revolt in democracies ?

Session 3

  • Sarah Schneider-Strawczynski
    Media Coverage of Immigration and the Polarization of Attitudes
  • Eddy Zanoutene
    Optimal Capital Taxation Under Stochastic Returns To Savings
  • Pierre-Edouard Collignon
    No Regret fiscal reforms

15:15-15:30 Coffee Break

15:30-17:00 Parallel sessions

Session 1

  • Stéphane Benveniste
    Like Father, Like Child : Social Reproduction in the French Grandes Ecoles throughout the 20th Century
  • Fanny Landaud
    Getting Lucky : The Long-Term Consequences of Exam Luck
  • José Mari­a Renteria
    The collateral effects of private school expansion in a deregulated market : Peru, 1996-2019

Session 2

  • Jade Ponsard
    Education and Employment Responses to Road Access : Evidence from the US Rural Interstate Highway System
  • Morgan Ubeda
    Transport Policies and Income Disparities within Cities
  • Martin Jégard
    An Optimal Distribution of Polluting Activities Across Space

Session 3

  • Marion Monnet
    Gendered Teacher Feedback, Students’ Math Performance and Enrollment Outcomes : A Text Mining Approach
  • Julie Tréguier
    Labor Supply Effects of Survivor Insurance : Evidence From a Benefit Cut in the Netherlands
  • Sofia Ruiz-Palazuelos
    The impact of network cycles on employment and inequality

17:00-17:30 Roundtable Job Market

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