Seminari 2017

DataOraRelatoreTitoloAula
07.03.2017 17.15-18.15 Steven Stillman Can Political Parties Change People's Perceptions and Ideology? 403
08.03.2017 17.15-18.15 Libertad Gonzalez Luna   403
14.03.2017 17.15-18.15 Rosario Crinò Globalization and Mental Distress 403
21.03.2017 16.00-17.00 Torben Heien Nielsen The Effects of Physician Prescribing Behaviors on Prescription Drug Use and Labor Supply: Evidence from Movers in Denmark 403
28.03.2017 17.15-18.15 Bruno Caprettini Rage against the Machines. Labor-Saving Technology and Social Unrest in England 1830-32 403
04.04.2017 17.30-18.30 Maya Abou Zeid   403
11.04.2017 17.15-18.15 William Hoyt Anticipated Property Tax Increase and the Timing of Home Sales: Evidence from Administrative Data 403
25.04.2017 16.30-17.30 Patrick Arni The Effects of Targeting Effort: Evidence from Binding and Non-Binding Job Serach Requirements 403
04.05.2017 17.15-18.15 Ornella Tarola Relative tax in a vertically differentiated market: the key role of consumers in environment 403
16.05.2017 15.30-16.30 Noam Yuchtman Polls, the Press, and Political Participation: The Effects of Anticipated Election Closeness on Voter Turnout 403
23.05.2017 17.15-18.15 Jérôme Adda Migrant Wages, Human Capital Accumulation and Return Migration 403
16.06.2017 12.30-13.30 Lorenzo Masiero Destination choice behavior of long-haul leisure travelers 403
26.09.2017 17.15-18.15 Simon Loertscher Merger Review for Markets with Buyer Power 403
10.10.2017 17.15-18.15 Stephanos Vlachos Seeds of Populism: Media Coverage of Violence and Anti-Immigration Politics 403
31.10.2017 17.15-18.15 Amelie Wuppermann The housing crisis of the late 2000s and causal paths between health and socioeconomic status 403
21.11.2017 17.15-18.15 Alexander Mihailov A Theory of the Intergenerational Dynamics of Inflation Beliefs and Monetary Institutions 403
05.12.2017 17.15-18.15 Judit Vall Castello Does making sick leave costly reduce absenteeism? 403
12.12.2017 17.15-18.15 Manuel Bagues Can Gender Quotas in Candidate Lists Empower Women? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design 403

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