Programme and Presentations: 
Listed in order of Presentation.
Where Links to either Papers or Slides are not available, this is upon the author's request. 

Paper: Gender Gaps in Academia: Global Evidence over the Twentieth Century
 Fabian Waldinger (University of Munich and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Alessandro Iaria (University of Bristol and CEPR) and Carlo Schwarz (Bocconi University and CEPR)
Slides: Click Here

Paper: Female representation and talent allocation in entrepreneurship: the role of early exposure to entrepreneurs [Paper available upon request]
Presenter: Maddalena Ronchi (IFS and Northwestern University)
Co-Authors: Mikkel Mertz (QMUL), and Viola Salvestrini (QMUL)

Paper: College, Cognitive Ability, and Socioeconomic Disadvantage: Policy Lessons from the UK in 1960-2004
 Andrea Ichino (EUI and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Aldo Rustichini (University of Minnesota) and Giulio Zanella (University of Bologna)
Slides: Click Here

Paper: Confidence and College Applications: Evidence from a Randomized Intervention
 Camille Terrier (QMUL and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Rustamdjan Hakimov (University of Lausanne), Renke Schmacker (University of Lausanne)
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Paper: The Summer Drop in Female Employment
 Melanie Wasserman (UCLA and CEPR)
Co-Author: Brendan M. Price (Federal Reserve Board)
Slides: Click Here

Paper: Beliefs About Maternal Labor Supply
 Teodora Boneva (University of Bonn and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Marta Golin (University of Zurich), Katja Kaufmann (Bayreuth University) and Chris Rauh (University of Cambridge and CEPR)
Slides: Click Here

Keynote: Paola Giuliano (UCLA and CEPR)
Paper: Aggregate Shocks, Preferences and Beliefs

Friday, 9 June

Paper: Cash Transfers and the Local Economy: Evidence from Brazil
 François Gerard (QMUL and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Joana Naritomi (LSE and CEPR) and Joana Silva (World Bank, University Catolica Lisbon and CEPR)
Slides: Click Here

Paper: Unpacking Neighborhood Effects: Experimental evidence from a large-scale housing program in Brazil
 Gabriel Ulyssea (UCL and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Carlos Belchior (UZH), Gustavo Gonzaga (PUC-Rio)
Slides: Click Here

Paper: Making the Invisible Hand Visible: Managers and the Allocation of Workers to Jobs
 Virginia Minni (IFS)

Paper: How can AI improve search and matching? Evidence from 59 million personalized job recommendations
 Roland Rathelot (CREST and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Thomas Le Barbanchon (Bocconi University and CEPR), Lena Hensvik (Uppsala University and CEPR)
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Paper: Building Resilience through Vocational Training: Evidence from a 10-year Field Experiment in Uganda
 Vittorio Bassi (USC and CEPR)
Co-Authors: Livia Alfonsi (UC Berkeley), Imran Rasul (UCL and CEPR) and Elena Spadini (USC)
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Paper: Jobseekers’ Beliefs about Comparative Advantage and (Mis)Directed Search
 Kate Orkin (University of Oxford)
Co-Authors: Robert Garlick (Duke University), Lukas Hensel (Peking University), Andrea Kiss (Carnegie Mellon U)    

Keynote: David Deming (Harvard Kennedy School)
Paper: Why do Wages Grow Faster for Educated Workers?

The keynote speakers for this meeting were David Deming (Harvard University) and Paola Giuliano (UCLA and CEPR). The meeting was hosted by Queen Mary University of London.

Call for Papers

The goal of the symposium is to bring together leading economists working in any area of labour economics. To foster the desired interaction, we ask that participants stay for the entire duration of the conference. The programme will start on Thursday morning (8th) and end on Friday afternoon (9th).

Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered according to CEPR Travel guidelines found here. Meals taken during the conference will be covered for all participants. The deadline for submissions was 6 pm (GMT), Friday 17 February 2023

Marco Manacorda (Queen Mary University of London, CEP-LSE and CEPR)
Barbara Petrongolo (Oxford University, CEP-LSE and CEPR)