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ENS applied seminar

The ENS applied seminar is an opportunity for leading-edge scholars to present their latest research projects, and discuss and exchange with researchers from the ENS de Lyon. The ENS applied seminar is a prominent contribution in the scientific community and has attracted presenting scholars from Harvard Business School, University of Oxford, University of California, Paris School of Economics, and many other leading universities and research centers.

 

Present your research 

The Department of Economics welcomes scholars and academic scientists to present their latest research projects at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon. For presentation inquiries please reach out to economieatens-lyon [dot] fr

October 2020

November 2020

December 2020

February 2021

March 2021

April 2021

01 Thursday
Victor GAY, Toulouse School of Economics

Collateral damage? How World War One changed the way women work


08 Thursday
Roland RATHELOT, University of Warwick

How do women and men search for jobs over the unemployment spell?


May 2021

05 Wednesday
Cécile GAUBERT, University of California - Berkeley

Responsible sourcing? Theory and evidence from Costa Rica


June 2021

September 2021

October 2021

21 Thursday
Marc SANGNIER, University of Namur

The (Market) Value of Prestige


November 2021

December 2021

02 Thursday
Anke BECKER, Harvard Business School

On the Economic Origins of Restricting Women’s Promiscuity


January 2022

10 Monday
Vincent PONS, Harvard Business School

Electoral Turnovers and Country Performance: Evidence from 2,500 National Elections


February 2022

March 2022

10 Thursday

17 Thursday
Michael KAGANOVICH, Indiana University Bloomington

Gender Differences in Persistence in a Field of Study


24 Thursday
Mohamed SALEH, Toulouse School of Economics

Political Connections and Corporate Performance in Egypt, 1890-1950

 


31 Thursday
Ekaterina ZHURAVSKAYA, Paris School of Economics 

Independent Media, Propaganda, and Religiosity


April 2022

06 Wednesday

14 Thursday
Ninon MOREAU-KASTLER, ENS Paris-Saclay

Unfair Mineral Trade in Africa’s Great Lake Region: the Role of Opacity and Exposure


May 2022

June 2022

02 Thursday
Benjamin MARX, SciencesPo

The Dynamics Consequences of State-Building: Evidence from the French Revolution


09 Thursday
Gabrielle FACK, University of Paris-Dauphine

The Effect of Affirmative Action on Targeted and Non-Targeted Students: Evidence from Low-income priorities in Paris High Schools


16 Thursday
Niels JOHANNESEN, University of Copenhagen

Taxing Wealth in a Globalized World: The Compliance Effect of Automatic Information Exchange


September 2022

29 Thursday

October 2022

06 Thursday
Camille LANDAIS, London School of Economics

Retirement Consumption and Pension Design


13 Thursday
Ingela ALGER, Toulouse School of Economics

Estimating Social Preferences and Kantian Morality in Strategic Interactions


20 Thursday
Julien LABONNE, University of Oxford

 Campaigning Against Populism: Emotional and Informational Messaging in Real Campaigns


November 2022

10 Thursday
Davide CANTONI, LMU München

The Rise of Fiscal Capacity


24 Thursday
Johanna RICKNE, Stockholm University

The Gender Gap in Meaningful Work: Explanations and Implications


December 2022

01 Thursday

07 Wednesday

08 Thursday

09 Friday

15 Thursday

January 2023

05 Thursday
Pierre-Philippe COMBES, SciencesPo

The emergence, growth, and stagnation of cities: France c. 1760-2020


26 Thursday
Murat KIRDAR, Boğaziçi University

Propagation of Immigration Shocks through Firm-to-Firm Trade Networks


February 2023

20 Monday

23 Thursday
Esther GEHRKE, Wageningen University

Abstract to be announced


March 2023

02 Thursday
Jonathan GOUPILLE-LEBRET, CNRS

Abstract to be announced


09 Thursday

16 Thursday

23 Thursday

30 Thursday

April 2023

27 Thursday

May 2023

11 Thursday