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ESOP seminar. Jaroslav Borovička is an Assistant Professor of Economics at New York University. He will present a paper entitled "Identifying ambiguity shocks in business cycle models using survey data", co-authored by Anmol Bhandri and Paul Ho.
ESOP seminar. Rohini Pande is the Mohammed Kamal Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. She will present a paper entitled "E-governance, Accountability, and Leakage in Public Programs: Experimental Evidence from a Financial Management Reform in India", co-authored by Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Clement Imbert, and Santhosh Mathew.
ESOP seminar. Manudeep Bhuller is an Associate Professor at the University of Oslo. He will present a paper entitled "Incarceration, recidivism and employment".
ESOP organises a workshop on "Globalisation, Migration and the Labour Market" in relation to the European Strains research project.
ESOP seminar. Rita Ginja is Assistant Professor at University of Uppsala. She will present paper entitled "Non-Contributory Health Insurance and Household Labor Supply: Evidence from Mexico".
ESOP seminar. Martin Eckhoff Andresen is PhD Student at UiO. He will present a paper entitled "Child care for all? Treatment effects on test scores under essential heterogeneity".
ESOP seminar. Debraj Ray is Silver Professor, Faculty of Arts and Science, and Professor of Economics at New York University. He will present a paper entitled "Noisy Agents", written jointly with Francisco Espinosa.
ESOP seminar. Rocío Titiunik is James Orin Murfin Associate Professor at the University of Michigan. She will present the paper "The Curse of Incumbency in Weak Party Systems: Evidence from Latin America", written jointly with Marko Klasnja.
ESOP seminar. Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee is Assistant Professor of Economics at Toulouse School of Economics. He will present the paper "Task-Specific Technological Change in a Multi-Sector Economy", written jointly with Yongseok Shin.
ESOP organises a workshop on learning in social situations as part of a two-day event marking the end of the centre's CoE-period.
How can we break the vicious cycle of increasing inequality and social unrest in the world today? Is there a future for society models with low inequality and high productivity?
Kan vi få redusert ulikhet i en globalisert verden? Har samfunn med små forskjeller og store velferdsstater en framtid?
Can a model that works well for affluent homogeneous Nordic societies be applied as a development strategy in poor and heterogeneous countries?
ESOP seminar. Johannes Urpelainen is Associate Professor at Columbia University. He will present his paper "Electoral Backlash or Positive Reinforcement? Wind Power and Congressional Elections in the United States", written jointly with Alice Tianbo Zhang.
ESOP seminar. Francisco Buera is senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He will present a paper entitled "The Global Diffusion of Ideas", written jointly with Ezra Oberfield.
ESOP seminar. Andrea Mattozzi is Professor of Microeconomics at the European University Institute. He will present the paper "Public versus Secret Voting in Committees", written jointly with Marcos Y. Nakaguma.
The project partners came together for a workshop on Globalization, Institutions and the Welfare State at the UCL Department of Economics, London.
ESOP seminar. Adrien Auclert is Assistant Professor at Stanford University. He will present a paper entitled "Inequality and Aggregate Demand", written jointly with Matthew Rognlie.
ESOP seminar. Sonja Fagernäs is Lecturer in Economics at Sussex University. She will present a paper entitled "Teachers, Electoral Cycles and Learning in India", written jointly with Panu Pelkonen.
ESOP seminar. Panu Pelkonen is Lecturer in Economics at the University of Sussex.