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EJM Seminars

DEF is actively involved in the EJM 2021 - European Job Market

The Department of Economics and Finance will host the following fly-out seminars in the framework of the European Job Market 2021:






January 12 h.2:30pm

Eray Cumbul

University of Rochester

" Group Formation, Mergers, and Overlapping Ownership in Aggregative Games with Information Sharing"        



January 13 h.2:30pm

Maddalena Ferranna

Toulouse School of Economics

"Intergenerational Equity Risk Aversion and the Social Cost of Carbon"       



January 14 h.2:30pm

Alaïs Martin-Baillon

Economics Sciences Po

" When should we tax firms? Optimal corporate taxation"        



January 17 h.2:30pm

Niccolo Lomys

Department of Economics University of Mannheim (Universität Mannheim)

"A Mediator Approach to Mechanism Design with Limited Commitment"         



January 19 h.2:30pm

Valeria Zurla

Economics Brown University

" How Should We Design Parental Leave Policies? Evidence from Two Reforms in Italy"  



January 21 h.2:30pm

Fabrizio Colella

Department of Economics Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) University of Lausanne (Université de Lausanne)

" The Effect of Trade on Skill Requirements: Evidence from Job Postings"        



January 24 h.2:30pm

Enrico Di Gregorio

Kennedy School of Government Harvard University

" Audit Rule Disclosure and Tax Compliance"    



January 26 h.2:30pm

Elisa Facchetti

School of Economics and Finance Queen Mary University

"Police infrastructure, police performance and crime: evidence from the austerity cuts"        



January 28 h.2:30pm

John Kramer

Institute for International Economic Studies Stockholm University

"The Cyclicality of Earnings Growth along the Distribution - Causes and Consequences” 



February 2 h.2:30pm

Giorgio Gulino

Department of Economics Università di Bologna

"Contagious Dishonesty: Corruption Scandals and Supermarket Theft"        



February 4 h.2:30pm

Juha Tolvanen

Economics Princeton University

"Pulp Friction: The Value of Quantity Contracts in Decentralized Markets"     



February 7 h.2:30pm

Giovanna Apicella

Department of Statistics, Sapienza Università di Roma

"A behavioural gap in survival beliefs”



February 9 h.2:30pm

Benjamin Balzer

Department of Economics University of Mannheim

" Dutch vs. First-Price Auctions with Expectations-Based  Loss-Averse Bidders"        






Wednesday, December 22, 2021