EEA


Tuesday, August 23


Inequality
Organiser
Moritz Kuhn (University of Bonn)
SpeakersMoritz Kuhn,
Martin Holm Asset-Price Redistribution and Florian Scheuer The Returns to High-Powered Entrepreneurship

Intergenerational Mobility - the Role of Parents, Peers and Places
Organiser: Kjell G. Savanes (NHH) 
Speakers
 Gabriella Conti Health Effects of Prenatal and Infancy Home Visiting Programs by Nurses: Evidence from a Randomized Control Trial; Jan Stuhler, Estimating Intergenerational and Assortative Processes in Extended Family Data; Kjell G. Salvanes, Social Networks, Elite Education and Intergenerational Mobility 

Political Economy of Conflicts and Development
Organiser: Marta Reynal-Querol (UPF)
Speakers
Nathan Nunn, Ruben Enikolopov and Dominic Rohner

Social Norms and Inequality in Low Income Countries
Organiser: Lucia Corno (Catholic University of Milan) 
Speakers: Lucia Corno, 
Rosella Calvi and Augustin Tapsoba



Thursday, August 25

Consumption and Wealth Inequalities
Organiser: Eric French (University of Cambridge)
SpeakersHamish Low Consumption and Income Inequality across Generations; Cormac O'Dea Who Benefits from Retirement Saving Incentives in the U.S.? Evidence on Racial Gaps in Retirement Wealth Accumulation; John Jones, Why Do Couples and Singles Save During Retirement?

Innovation and Productivity
Organiser: John van Reenen (LSE) 
Speakers
Chad Syverson, Raffaella Sadun and John van Reenen

New Frontiers on Measuring and Modelling Business Formation
Organiser: Ayşegül Şahin (UT Austin)
SpeakersJohn Haltiwanger, Pete Klenow, Aysegul Sahin

Refugee Integration
OrganiserPaolo Pinotti (Bocconi University)
Speakers
 Elif Kubilay Long-term results from an Educational Intervention on Inter-Ethnic Cohesion; Sandra Sequeira Forced Displacement and Human Capital: Evidence from Separated Siblings; Paolo Pinotti: FORWORK: Fostering Opportunities for Refugee Workers

ESEM


Tuesday, August 23

Theory: Advances in Decision Theory
Federico Echenique (California Institute of Technology)
Mira Frick (Yale University) Learning Efficiency under Ambiguous Information 

Theory: Advances in Finance
Laura Veldkamp (Columbia Business School) Data and Market Power
Marzena J. Rostek  (University of Wisconsin–Madison)


Firms and Industrial Organization
Human Behaviour, Limited Attention and Social Networks
Matthew Jackson (Stanford University)
Francesca Molinari (Cornell University)


Thursday, August 25

Econometrics
Abi Adams (University of Oxford)
Isaiah Andrews (Harvard University)

Matthew Shum (California Institute of Technology)
Aureo de Paula (University College London)

Theory: Data, Models and Incentives
Simone Galperti (UC San Diego)
Sevgi Yüksel (UC Santa Barbara)