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Econometrics and Applied Micro Seminars

Our seminars are held by world-famous scholars from around the globe

Current Econometrics/Applied Micro seminars (2022-2023)

Econometrics/Applied Micro seminars take place on Mondays from 11:00 to 12:15, unless otherwise specified.

Term 1

03 October 2022
Presenter: Emilia Del Bono, University of Essex
Title: Can competitiveness be nurtured? 

10 October 2022
Presenter: Kosuke Imai, Harvard University
Title: Safe Policy Learning through Extrapolation: Application to Pre-trial Risk Assessment

17 October 2022
Presenter: Libertad González, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Title: Changing Gender Norms across Generations: Evidence from a Paternity Leave Reform

24 October 2022
Presenter: Lucia Corno, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Title: Norms Replacement. A Field Experiment on Ending Female Genital Cutting

07 November 2022
Presenter: Alex Solís, Stockholm School of Economics
Title: University Loans and Grants: Effects on Educational and Labor Market Outcomes

05 December 2022
Presenter: Pamela Giustinelli, Bocconi University
Title: SeaTE: Subjective ex ante Treatment Effect of Health on Retirement

Term 2

30 January 2023
Presenter: TBC

06 February 2023
Presenter: Jenny Aker, Tufts University

20 February 2023
Presenter: Alexia Delfino, Bocconi University

06 March 2023
Presenter: Jan Stuhler, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

27 March 2023
Presenter: Hamish Low, Oxford University

Term 3

03 April 2023
Presenter: Roope Uusitalo, University of Helsinki

17 April 2023
Presenter: Marco Bertoni, University of Padova

24 April 2023
Presenter: TBC

08 May 2023
Presenter: Monica Costa Dias, University of Bristol 

22 May 2023
Presenter: Victor Lavy, University of Warwick

29 May 2023
Presenter: Michela Tincani, University College London

05 June 2023
Presenter: TBC

12 June 2023
Presenter: TBC

For the schedule, please consult this page.

Term 1

04 October 2021
Presenter: Gregor Pfeifer, University of Sydney
Title: The Effects of Free Secondary School Track Choice: A Disaggregated Synthetic Control Approach

18 October 2021
Presenter: Jan van Ours, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Title: International Assortative Matching in the European Labor Market

25 October 2021
Presenter: W. Craig Riddell, University of British Columbia and IZA
Title: Welfare versus Work under a Negative Income Tax: Evidence from the Gary, Seattle, Denver and Manitoba Income Maintenance Experiments

29 November 2021
Presenter: Karen Macours, Paris School of Economics
Title: Comparative advantage and technology diffusion: a menu-based approach to dissemination

20 December 2021
Presenter: Enrico Rubolino, University of Lausanne
Title: Taxing the Gender Gap: Labor Market Effects of a Payroll Tax Cut for Women in Italy

Term 2

31 January 2022
Presenter: Luigi Pascali, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Title: Wars, Taxation and Representation: Evidence from Five Centuries of German History

21 February 2022
Presenter: Massimo Morelli, Bocconi University
Title: More Laws More Growth? An Empirical Investigation for US States

07 March 2022
Presenter: Pia Pinger, University of Cologne
Title: The Expected (Signaling) Value of Higher Education

Term 3

04 April 2022
Presenter: Sascha O. Becker, Monash University
Title: Scholars at Risk: Academic Networks and High-Skilled Emigration from Nazi Germany

02 May 2022
Presenter: Pedro Portugal, Bank of Portugal
Title: The returns to schooling unveiled

16 May 2022
Presenter: Georgia Papadogeorgou, University of Florida
Title: Causal inference with spatio-temporal data

23 May 2022
Presenter: Peter Levell, Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)
Title: Alternative Margins of Adjustment to Trade Shocks

30 May 2022
Presenter: James Sullivan, University of Notre Dame
Title: Experimental Evidence of the Effect of Holistic, Individualized, Wrap-Around Services

13 June 2022
Presenter: Martina Björkman Nyqvist, Stockholm School of Economics
Title: Community Health Provision at Scale: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Uganda

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