Research Policy Networks Sessions

RPNs' sessions at the CEPR Paris Symposium 2023

In this page, we have collated all the information about the CEPR Research Policy Networks (RPNs) paper and panel sessions scheduled during the 6-day CEPR Paris Symposium 2023. The Sessions are listed in order of appearance on the programme.

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Central Bank Communication RPN Session

 

Friday,  8 December 2023, 10:00 - 11:00 

Banque de France

 

Chair: Michael McMahon (University of Oxford and CEPR)
 

  • Monetary Communication Rules, *Laura Gáti (European Central Bank), with Amy Handlan
  • The Term Structure of Inflation Forecasts Disagreement and Monetary Policy Transmission, *Fan Dora Xia (Bank for International Settlements), with Alessandro Barbera, and Sonya Zhu

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Fintech & Digital Currencies RPN Panel: Will the digital euro take off?
 
Friday, 8 December, 10:00-11:00

Banque de France

Chair: Dirk Niepelt (University of Bern and CEPR)

Panellists:

  • Katrin Assenmacher (ECB)
  • Peter Bofinger (University of Wuerzburg and CEPR)
  • Rod Garratt (UCSB and BIS)
  • Alexandre Stervinou (Banque de France)
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Household Finance RPN Session

 

Chair: Michael Haliassos (Goethe University Frankfurt, and CEPR)

 

Saturday, 9 December
Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris
 
9:00-11:00

 

10:00-11:00
  • A Quantitative Spatial Equilibrium Model with Wealth, *Nuno Miguel Marques da Paixao (Bank of Canada), with Elisa Giannone, Qi Li, Xinle Pang
  • Household Portfolios, Monetary Policy and Asset Prices, *Ciaran Rogers (IIES  Stockholm), with Matteo Leombroni

 

12:20-13:30: Household Finance Poster Session

Flooded House or Underwater Mortgage? The Implications of Climate Change and Adaptation on Housing, Income and Wealth, *Yasmine van der Straten (University of Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute) 

*Presenter

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European Financial Architecture RPN Panel: "banks' (excess) profitability when taking over a peer institution in resolution

 

Saturday, 9 December, 11:20 - 12:20

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris


Chairs: Elena Carletti (Bocconi University and CEPR) and Jan Pieter Krahnen (SAFE and CEPR)

Do "white knights" make excessive profits in bank resolution

Discussants: Benoît Coeuré (Autorité de la Concurrence) and Elke König (Former Chair, SRB)

*Presenter

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European Economic Policy RPN Panel: Rebuilding an Agenda for Europe
 
Saturday, 9 December 2023, 14:30 - 15:30 

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

Chair: Soumaya Keynes (Financial Times) 

  • Marco Buti (EUI)
  • Giancarlo Corsetti (EUI and CEPR)
  • Hélène Rey (London Business School and CEPR)
  • Rolf Strauch (ESM)
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Policy Panel on Competition Policy
 
Monday, 11 December 2023, 18:00 – 19:00 

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris


Chair: Tommaso Valletti (Imperial College, London and CEPR)

  • Benoît Cœuré (Autorité de la Concurrence)
  • Jean Tirole (TSE and CEPR)
  • Isabelle de Silva (Conseil d'État)
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Inequality & the Role of Firms RPN Session, joint with the Labour Economics Programme
 
Tuesday, 12 December, 9:00-12:20 and 13:30-14:30

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

 

 
9:00-10:00

Chair: Barbara Petrongolo (University of Oxford, and CEPR)

  • Buyers’ Sourcing Strategies and Farmer Conditions in the Coffee Value Chain, *Rocco Macchiavello (LSE) 
  • Management Practices and  Firm Performance Through the Boom and Bust of an Economy, *Florian Englmaier (LMU Munich),

 

10:00-11:00

Chair: Imran Rasul (UCL, IFS, and CEPR)

  • Bargaining and Inequality in the Labor Market, *Sydnee Caldwell (UC Berkeley), with Ingrid  Haegele, and Jörg Heinin
  • The Effects of Mandatory Profit-Sharing on Workers and Firms: Evidence from France, *David Thesmar (MIT Sloan and CEPR), with Elio Nimier David, and David Sraer

 

11:20-12:20 

Chair: Mark Stabile (INSEAD, and CEPR)

  • Bidding for Talent: A Test of Conduct in a High-Wage Labor Market, *Benjamin Scuderi (University of Michigan), with Nina Roussille
  • Matching Workers’ Skills and Firms’ Technologies Part I: Bundling, *Francis Kramarz (CREST-ENSAE and CEPR) 

 

13:30 - 14:30

Chair: Barbara Petrongolo (University of Oxford, and CEPR)

*Presenter

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Spatial Disparities & Policy RPN Session

 

Tuesday, 12 December, 13:30 - 14:30

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

 

  • Productivity differences across European cities: adding capital into the picture, *Helen Simpson (University of Bristol and CEPR), with Paul Brandily, Gilles Duranton, and Henry Overman
  • Regional disparities across OECD regions, trends and policy responses, *Jose Enrique Garcilazo (OECD)

*Presenter

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Geoeconomics and International Lending & Sovereign Debt RPNs joint Session

 

Tuesday, 12 December, 14:30 - 15:30 

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

 

Chair: Moritz Schularick (Sciences Po, Kiel Institute and CEPR) 

  • Trade Uncertainty and US Bank Lending, *Linda Goldberg (Federal  Reserve Bank of New York and Distinguished Fellow, CEPR) 
  • The External Costs of War, *Gernot Mueller (University of Tübingen and CEPR)
  • Exorbitant Privilege and Economic Sanctions, *Beata Javorcik (EBRD and CEPR)

*Presenter
 

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Preventing Conflict: Policies for Peace RPN Session 
 
Tuesday, 12 December, 13:30-15h30

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

13:30-14:30

 

Chair: Dominic Rohner (Université de Lausanne and CEPR)

 

  • Digging Deeper: Mining  Companies and Armed Bands in the DR, *Eliana La Ferrara (Harvard University and CEPR), with Davide Zufacchi
  • The International Transmission of Democratic Values: Evidence from the African Diaspora, *Andrea Tesei (Queen Mary University of London and  CEPR), with Marco Manacorda, and Jacopo Ponticelli

 

14:30-15:30

 

Chair: Eliana La Ferrara (Harvard University and CEPR)

 

  • Dear Brothers and Sisters:  Pope's Speeches and the Dynamics of Conflict in Africa, *Mathieu Couttenier (ENS Lyon and CEPR)
  • The Sword Versus the Holy  Spirit: Persistent Effects of Crusade and Pilgrimage  Routes, *Dominic Rohner (Université de Lausanne and CEPR), with Tommaso Colussi, Andrea Tesei, and Felipe Valencia Caciado

*Presenter

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Media Plurality RPN Session
 
Wednesday, 13 December, 9:00-11:00

Sciences Po, 27 Rue Saint Guillaume, 75007 Paris

 

Chair: Julia Cagé (Sciences Po & CEPR)

 

  • Hosting Media Bias:  Evidence from the Universe of French Television and Radio Shows, 2002-2020, *Camille Urvoy (University of Mannheim), with Julia Cagé, Moritz Hengel and Nicolas Hervé 
  • Dar-Right Ownership in the  Printed Press and Public Policy, *Sophie Hatte (ENS Lyon) with Mathieu Couttenier, Thomas Taylor and Stephanos Vlachos
  • Political Economy of Social Media, *Andrea Tesei (Queen Mary University of London and CEPR), with Ruben Durante and Filipe Campante

*Presenter

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Chairs and Presenters

Michael Mcmahon

Professor of Economics and Senior Research Fellow University Of Oxford

Laura Gáti

Senior Economist in the Research Department European Central Bank

Katrin Assenmacher

Head of the Stress Test Modelling Division European Central Bank

RPN Member, Fintech and Digital Currencies

Peter Bofinger

Professor for Monetary Policy and International Economics University of Wuerzburg

Rod Garratt

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Economics University Of California, Santa Barbara

RPN Member, Fintech and Digital Currencies

Michael Haliassos

Director of CEPR RPN on Household Finance Centre for Economic Policy Research; Professor and Chair for Macroeconomics and Finance Goethe University Frankfurt

Julia Le Blanc

Economist Deutsche Bundesbank; Economist, Project Leader Joint Research Centre of the European Commission

RPN Member, Household Finance

Elena Carletti

Full Professor of Finance, Finance Department Bocconi University

Jan-Pieter Krahnen

Professor of Finance emeritus Goethe University Frankfurt; Founding Director emeritus Leibniz Institute For Financial Research (SAFE)

RPN Leader, European Financial Architecture / RPN Member, European Economic Policy / Fellow, Banking and Corporate Finance

Florian Heider

Professor of Economics Goethe University Frankfurt; Scientific Director Leibniz Institute For Financial Research (SAFE)

Benoît Coeuré

President Autorité de la Concurrence; Member of the Executive Board European Central Bank

RPN Member, European Financial Architecture

Marco Buti

Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Chair of Economic and Monetary Integration European University Institute

Giancarlo Corsetti

Pierre Werner Chair and Joint Professor, Department of Economics and Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies European University Institute

Hélène Rey

Vice President, Special Projects 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

Tommaso Valletti

Professor of Economics Imperial College London Business School; Professor of Economics University of Rome "Tor Vergata"

Rocco Macchiavello

Professor of Managerial Economics & Strategy London School Of Economics And Political Science

Fellow, Development Economics / Fellow, Industrial Organization / Fellow, Organizational Economics / RPN Member, Inequality and the Role of Firms

Florian Englmaier

Professor of Organizational Economics Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich (LMU)

Barbara Petrongolo

Professorial Fellow, Nuffield College; Fellow of the British Academy; Professor of Economics University Of Oxford

Imran Rasul

Professor of Economics and Co-director of the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Centre on Wealth Concentration, Inequality and the Economy University College London

Fellow, Development Economics / Fellow, Public Economics / RPN Steering Committee, Inequality and the Role of Firms

Mark Stabile

Academic Director, The James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Centre for the Study of Wealth Inequality and The Stone Chaired Professor in Wealth Inequality European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD)

David Thesmar

Franco Modigliani Professor of Financial Economics MIT Sloan School of Management

Francis Kramarz

Professor and Research Director Center for Research in Economics and Statistics; Visiting Professor Uppsala University

Fellow, Labour Economics / Fellow, Public Economics

Michèle Belot

Frances Perkins Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and Professor of Economics Cornell University

Guy Michaels

Associate Professor in the Department of Economics London School Of Economics And Political Science

Jose Enrique Garcilazo

Head, Unit for Regional Growth and Policies, Regional Development Policy Division Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)

Linda S. Goldberg

Senior Vice President and Financial Research Advisor Federal Reserve Bank Of New York

Distinguished Fellow / RPN Member, Geoeconomics

Beata Javorcik

Chief Economist European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD); Professor of Economics University Of Oxford

Fellow, International Trade and Regional Economics / Programme Director, International Trade and Regional Economics

Dominic Rohner

Co-Director of the Department of Economics and Professor of Economics Hec Lausanne

Eliana La Ferrara

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

Andrea Tesei

Associate Professor of Economics Queen Mary University Of London

RPN Member, Preventing Conflict: Policies for Peace / Fellow, Development Economics / Fellow, Macroeconomics and Growth / Fellow, Political Economy

Mathieu Couttenier

Professor of Economics École Normale Supérieure De Lyon

RPN Member, Preventing Conflict: Policies for Peace / Fellow, Political Economy

Julia Cage

Associate Professor in the Department of Economics Sciences Po Paris

Camille Urvoy

Assistant Professor of Economic Policy and Political Economy University Of Mannheim

RPN Member, Media Plurality

Sophie Hatte

Researcher Assistant Professor of Economics École Normale Supérieure De Lyon

RPN Member, Media Plurality

Andrea Tesei

Associate Professor of Economics Queen Mary University Of London

RPN Member, Preventing Conflict: Policies for Peace / Fellow, Development Economics / Fellow, Macroeconomics and Growth / Fellow, Political Economy

Moritz Schularick

President Kiel Institute For The World Economy; Professor of economics Sciences Po Paris; Director & Professor of Economics University Of Bonn