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Invited Sessions

Invited Sessions on various topics will be held during the Congress :

  • Present and future trends in Behavioral economics - Chair : William Neilson
    • "Sleepiness, Rationality and Risky Choice" : Ragan Petrie (George Mason University), Marco Castillo (George Mason University) and David Dickinson (Appalachian State University)
    • "Who Cares for Social Image ?" : Dirk Engelmann (University of Mannheim) and Jana Friedrichsen (Humboldt-University Berlin)
    • "Axiomatic Bargaining with Inequality Aversion : Norms vs. Preferences" : William Neilson (University of Tennessee) and Jing Li (University of Tennessee)
  • Agglomeration economies and access to jobs in cities - Chair : Laurent Gobillon
    • "The Empirics of Agglomeration economies" : Pierre-Philippe Combes (Aix Marseille School of Economics) and Laurent Gobillon (INED - Paris School of Economics)
    • "The carbon footprint of suburbanization : evidence from French household data" : Miren Lafourcade (Université de Paris-Sud et Paris School of Economics) and Camille Blaudin de Thé
    • "Spatial Mismatch : Theory, Empirics, and Policies" : Florence Goffette-Nagot CNRS, GATE LSE) and Modibo Sidibé (Duke University)
  • Because good research requires good data - Chair : Jean-Marc Vittori, (session in French), organized by Gunther Capelle-Blancard with the participation of :
    • Pierre Audibert (CNIS)
    • Gunther Capelle-Blancard (Université Paris 1, CNIS)
    • Gilbert Cette (Banque de France, Université d’Aix-Marseille)
    • Jean-Michel Charpin (Inspecteur général des Finances)
    • Christophe Hurlin (Université d’Orléans)
    • Alain Trannoy (EHESS, GREQAM-IDEP)
  • Gender and Promotions - Chair : Cécilia Garcia-Penalosa
    • "Does Gender Matter for Academic Promotion ? Evidence from a Randomized Natural Experiment" : Manuel Bagues (Aalto University), Natalia Zinovyeva (Aalto University)
    • "Have women really a better access to best-paid jobs in the public sector ? Counterfactuals based on a job assignment model : Laurent Gobillon (INED - Paris School of Economics), Dominique Meurs (University of Paris Ouest Nanterre - EconomiX and INED) and Sébastien Roux (Banque de France, CREST and INED)
    • "Gender and Competition : Evidence from Academic Promotions in France" : Cecilia García-Peñalosa (Aix Marseille School of Economics), Clément Bosquet (London School of Economics) and Pierre-Philippe Combes (Aix Marseille School of Economics)
  • Construction and destruction of the Welfare State - Chair : Bruno Amable
    • "Entre RSA et revenu de base, quel avenir pour le revenu de solidarité ?" : Guillaume Allègre (OFCE)
    • "How the introduction of progressivity undermines Bismarckian social insurance : the exemptions of employer contributions in France" : Michaël Zemmour (University of Lille 1)
    • "Les lois Hartz, un modèle à suivre ?" : Baptiste Françon (CES, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University)