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Chair: Oliver Vanden Eynde (PSE)

09:00 - Registration and welcome coffee

9:15 - 9:30 - Introduction: Jean-Olivier Hairault (PSE)

09:30-11:00 - Keynote lecture: “Development in the 21st century”: Esther Duflo, (MIT, CEPR)

11:00-11:30 - Coffee break

11:30-12:30 - Presentations of the Junior researchers selected by the CEPR call for papers

  • “Intimate-partner-violence and attitudes in India” Eugenia Maria Frezza (Trinity College Dublin)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Can government schools teach innovation to Middle School Children? Experimental Evidence from India”, Saloni Gupta (Columbia University)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Financial constraints and worker’s preference over payment schedules: evidence from ridesharing drivers” Thiago Scarelli (Paris School of Economics)
    Poster
    Slides
  • "Minimum wage compliance and migration: the labour market effects of Tanzania’s sectoral minimum wage bill", Samuel Marshall (University of Warwick)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Wildlife & conflicts - the unintended consequences of environmental protection policies”, Guy Pincus (London Business School)
    Poster & Slides
  • "Speaking up for their rights: reducing anti-transgender discrimination in India", Duncan Webb (Paris School of Economics)
    Poster
    Slides

12:30-14:15 - Lunch break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

14:15-15:15 - Invited research paper: “Reducing gender inequalities within low-and-middle-income countries”, Pascaline Dupas (Stanford University, Princeton University, and CEPR)
Discussant: Karen Macours (PSE, CEPR)

15:15 -15:45 - Coffee break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

15:45 -16:45 - Invited research paper: “Psychosocial constraints and social protection”, Dean Karlan (Northwestern University, and CEPR)
Discussant: Suanna Oh (PSE)

16:45 -17:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

17:00-18:00 - Policy conversation:

Chair: Marc Fleurbaey (PSE)

09:00 - Registration and welcome coffee

09:30-11:00 - Keynote lecture: “Inequality and sustainability: a comparative and historical perspective”: Thomas Piketty (PSE, and CEPR)

11:00-11:30 - Coffee break

11:30-12:30 - Invited research paper: “Global inequality and climate change”, Lucas Chancel (Sciences Po)
Discussant: Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline (PSE)

12:30-14:15 - Lunch break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

14:15-15:15 - Presentations of the Junior researchers by the CEPR call for papers

15:15-16:15 - Invited research paper: “Political inequality”, Julia Cagé (Sciences Po, and CEPR)
Discussant: Alessandro Riboni (École Polytechnique, CEPR)

16:15-17:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

17:00-18:00 - Policy conversation:

Chair: Gilles Saint-Paul (PSE)

09:30 - Registration and welcome coffee

10:00-11:30 - Keynote lecture: “The inflation burst. An (anticipatory) autopsy”, Olivier Blanchard (PSE, CEPR)

11:30-12:00 - Coffee break

12:00-13:00 - Presentations of the Junior researchers selected by the CEPR call for papers

  • “Energy prices and household heterogeneity: monetary policy in a gas-TANK”, Jenny Chan (Bank of England)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Curtailment of economic activity and labour inequalities”, Erminia Florio (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Optimal monetary policy in a currency area with differential financial development”, Kadir Özen (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
    Poster
    Slides

13:00-14:45 - Lunch and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

14:45-16:00 - Invited research paper: “Inflation distorts relative prices: theory and evidence”, Klaus Adam (University of Mannheim, and CEPR)
Discussant: Magali Marx (Banque de France)

16:00-17:15 - Invited research paper: “Macroeconomic expectations and limited awareness”, Luigi Iovino (Bocconi University, and CEPR)
Discussant: Tobias Broer (PSE, CEPR)

17:15-18:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

18:00-19:00 - Policy conversation:

Chair: Thierry Verdier (PSE)

09:00 - Registration and welcome coffee

09:30-11:00 - Keynote lecture: “Nation building: big lessons from successes and failures”, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (PSE, CEPR)

11:00-11:30 - Coffee break

11:30-12:30 - Invited research paper: “Fact-checking politicians”, Andrea Mattozzi (University of Bologna, and CEPR)
Discussant: Sergei Guriev (Sciences Po,CEPR)

12:30-14:15 - Lunch break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

14:15-15:15 - Presentations of the Junior researchers selected by the CEPR call for papers

  • “The consequences of a trade collapse: economics and politics in Weimar Germany”, Björn Brey (ECARES, Université Libre de Bruxelles)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Clan culture, Internet search and political participation: evidence from China”, Sixuan Li (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Party lines or voter preferences? explaining political realignment”, Nicolas Longuet Marx (Columbia University)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Sanctions and misallocation. how sanctioned firms won and Russia lost”, Dzhamilya Nigmatulina (HEC Lausanne)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Affirming the racial divide? the political consequences of affirmative action in Brazil”, Laura Perez-Cervera (Queen Mary University of London)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Corporate bankruptcy and banking deregulation: the effect of financial leverage”, Ludovico Rossi (CUNEF Universidad)
    Poster
    Slides

15:15-16:15 - Invited research paper: “The political economy of alternative realities”, Ferenc Szucs (Stockholm University)
Discussant: Ruben Durante (INSEAD, UPF and CEPR)

16:15-17:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

17:00-18:00 - Policy conversation:

Chair: Katheline Schubert (PSE)

08:30 - Registration and welcome coffee

09:00-10:30 - Keynote lecture: “Is green growth possible?”, Philippe Aghion (PSE, CEPR)

10:30-11:00 - Coffee break

11:00-12:00 - Presentations of the Junior researchers selected by the CEPR call for papers

  • “Institutional factors behind the reallocation between manufacturing and service”, Tommaso Bighelli (Halle Institute for Economic Research)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Transition to clean energy technologies”, Claudia Gentile (University of Zurich)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Environmental regulation and productivity growth in the Euro area: testing the porter hypothesis”, Martin Groiss (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “The social cost of carbon under climate volatility risks”, Xu Lin (University of Amsterdam, Tinbergen Institute)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “Do policymakers update their views and who do they listen to? Lobbying and participatory democracy in the EU”, Rosanne Logeart (Paris School of Economics)
    Poster
    Slides
  • “China’s manufacturing pollution, environmental regulation and trade”, Dan Xie (Queen Mary University of London)
    Poster
    Slides

12:00-14:00 - Lunch and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

14:00-15:00 - Invited research paper: “Advantageous selection as a policy instrument: unraveling climate change”, David Hemous (University of Zurich, CEPR)
Discussant: Fanny Henriet (PSE, CNRS)

15:00-16:00 - Invited research paper: “Knowledge spillovers from clean and emerging technologies in the UK”, Ralf Martin (Imperial College London, CEPR)
Discussant: Antoine Dechezlepretre (OECD)

16:00-17:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session of the Junior researchers

17:00-18:00 - Policy session:

CEPR Poster Session Scientific Committee:

Eliana La Ferrara

Professor of Public Policy Harvard Kennedy School; Scientific Director Laboratory for Effective Anti-poverty Policies Bocconi University

Mar Reguant

Research Fellow Barcelona School Of Economics; Professor Northwestern University

Hélène Rey

Vice President Centre for Economic Policy Research; Lord Bagri Professor of Economics London Business School

Fellow, International Macroeconomics and Finance / RPN Member, European Economic Policy / Fellow, Asset Pricing / Fellow, Banking and Corporate Finance / CEPR Vice President / Fellow, Climate Change and the Environment

Conference Organisers:

Daniel Cohen

Professor of Economics École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay; Professor of Economics Paris School of Economics (PSE)

Francesco Pappada

Assistant Professor Ca' Foscari University Of Venice; Affiliate Researcher Paris School of Economics (PSE)

Jointly organized with the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the PSE Policy Forum will be devoted to the discussion of emerging issues among leading researchers and policymakers, reaching a large audience that includes government officials and legislators, the media and other universities.

Each day will include keynote presentations, a select programme of academic presentations, policy panels and poster presentations by young scholars.

The goal of the poster sessions is to provide a forum for young European researchers to get exposure for and receive feedback on their work.

The full programme and registration link can be found on the PSE website: https://www.parisschoolofeconomics.eu/en/news/pse-cepr-policy-forum-26-30-june-2023/