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Paul Klein from Simon Fraser University presents "Consumption risk sharing with private information when earnings are persistent".
Svenn Jensen from UC Berkeley presents "Optimally Climate Sensitive Policy under Uncertainty and Learning"
Andreas Kotsadam, Assistant Professor at ESOP, presents "Weather Shocks and Violence Against Women in Sub-Saharan Africa".
Peter Fredriksson from Stockholm University presents "Mismatch of Talent? Evidence on Match Quality, Job Mobility, and Entry Wages".
Jakob Svensson from Stockholm University presents the paper "The Market for (Fake) Antimalarial Medicine: Evidence from Uganda".
Tessa Bold from Goethe University presents the paper "Insurance Companies of the Poor".
Lore Vandewalle, Assistant Professor of Economics at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Genève.
Bertil Tungodden, professor at NHH and affiliated researcher at ESOP, presents "You’ve got mail: A field experiment on tax evasion".
Katinka Holtsmark, PhD candidate and research fellow at ESOP, presents "The dynamics of linking permit markets - Investments and public goods provision".The paper is co-authored by Kristoffer Midttømme.
Helena Skyt Nielsen from Aarhus University presents the paper "Peer Effects in Math and Science".
Anders Akerman from Stockholm University presents "Internet as an Engine of Trade".
Joan Esteban from the Institute for Economic Analysis and Barcelona GSE will present the paper "Public Expenditure, Taxation, and Size of Government".
Jeanet Bentzen from the University of Copenhagen presents her paper "Origins of Religiousness: The Role of Natural Disasters".
Moti Michaeli from the Hebrew University presents his paper "The Origins of In-Group Bias and Costly Signaling of Group Membership".
Nick Sheard from the Aix-Marseille School of Economics presents the paper "Urban Location, Housing Equilibrium, and Retiree Migration" .
Saki Bigio, Assistant Professor at Columbia University, presents the paper "Banks, liquidity management and monetary policy".
Tim Worrall from the University of Edinburgh presents his paper "Dynamic Relational Contracts with Risk Aversion".
Kevin J. Lansing from FRB San Fransisco and Norges Bank presents the paper "Top Incomes, Rising Inequality, and Welfare".
Johannes Hörner from Yale University presents his paper "Optimal Design for Social Learning".
Manudeep Bhuller, Statistics Norway, presents "Education and Lifetime Earnings".
Ram Fishman, George Washington University, presents "Water depletion, adaptation and migration: evidence from India".