Paris Sorbonne Sustainable Development Seminar
The "Paris Sorbonne Sustainable Development Seminar" seminar is funded by the Faculty of Economics of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne University and the Sorbonne Center for Economic Research and is organized by the research department “Economics of Sustainable Development” of the Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne. The seminar takes place monthly on Thursday, 11 am at MSE (Maison des Sciences Economiques, 106, boulevard de l’Hôpital, 75013 Paris, 6th floor room, access). The seminar invites French and International scholars to present their ongoing research in development, population, human capital and environment. The seminar is organized in partnership with CNRS, the Agence Française de Développement and Sorbonne Sustainable Development and benefits from a BQR (Bonus Qualité Recherche).
Thursday, October 5th 2017, 6th floor
Tarun Jain (ISB), "Can Gender Attitudes be Changed? Evidence from a School-based Experiment in India", with Diva Dhar (Gates Foundation) and Seema Jayachandran (Northwestern University).
Thursday, October 19th 2017, S17
Grégoire Rota Graziosi (CERDI), "Inteministerial Tax competition: the Case of Resource Rich Developing Countries" with Emilie Caldeira (CERDI), Ali Compaore (UNIDO), and Alou Adessé Dama (CERDI).
Thursday, November 9th 2017, 6th floor
Judith Vall Castello (UPF), "Effect of health insurance on the mortality of undocumented immigrants: the case of the 2012 Spanish health reform" with Arnau Mestres (UPF) and Guillem Casasnovas (UPF).
Thursday, November 23rd 2017, 116
Gunes Asik (TOBB), "The impact of terrorism and migration crisis on Female employment"
Thursday, December 7-8th 2017, CERDI, Development Economics Doctoral Days
Thursday, December 14th 2017, S17
Alain Desdoigts (UP1-IEDES), "Learning by doing, inequality and sustained growth: a middle class perspective" with Fernando Jaramillo (U. Del Rosario).
Thursday, January 18th 2018, 6th floor
Juan Pablo Rud (U. of London), To be announced
Thursday, February 1st 2018, 6th floor
Dan Li (Fudan U.), To be announced
Thursday, February 15th 2018, 6th floor
Giovanni Prarolo (U. of Bologna), To be announced
Thursday, March 22th 2018, 6th floor
Ujjayant Chakravorty (Tufts U.), To be announced
Thursday, April 5th 2018, 115
Finn Tarp (Director UNU, WIDER and U. of Copenhagen), To be announced
Thursday, April 19th 2018, 6th floor
Susan Parker (U. of Maryland), To be announced
Thursday, May 3th 2018, 6th floor
B. Diene (CERDI), To be announced
Thursday, May 17th 2018, 6th floor
Katharina Hauck (Imperial College), To be announced
Thursday May 31st 2018, 6th floor
Maria Rosales Rueda (Princeton U.), To be announced
Thursday June 14th 2018, 6th floor
Christophe Nordman (IRD DIAL, IZA), To be announced
Thursday, October 6th 2016, 6th floor
Véronique Gille (IRD, DIAL), “Sex-selective Abortion: Measuring the Who, How Many& How Often” with Aditi Dimri and Philipp Ketz.
Thursday, November 24th 2016, room 114
Toman Barsbaï (IFW, Kiel), “Training migrants before they leave: A randomized evaluation of pre-departure training for migrants from the Philippines to the US” with Victoria Licuanan, Andreas Steinmayr, Erwin Tiongson, Dean Yang
Wednesday, December 7th 2016, room S/3
Thursday and Friday, December 8th and 9th, Doctoral Days in Development Economics (Journées Doctorales du Développement)
LEO, Université d’Orléans
Thursday, December 15th 2016, room S1
Jean-Louis Arcand (IHEI, Geneva), “Autocracy, Political Loyalty and the Causes of the Great Leap Famine”, with Ran Tao, Huayu Xi, Dali Yang
Thursday, January 19th 2017, room 115
Frédéric Docquier (UCL, IRES, Louvain), The Geography of Educated Elites: Development Implications and Long-Run Prospects, with Michal Burzynski and Christoph Deuster
Thursday, February 23rd 2017, AFD
AFD-Sorbonne Seminar: Demographic Challenges in Africa
Thursday, March 16th 2017, 6th floor
Alok Bhargava (University of Maryland), “A longitudinal analysis of internal migration, divorce and well-being in China”, with Xiayun Tan
Thursday, April 27th 2017, 6th floor
Marco Manacorda (CEP, LSE) “Liberation technology. Mobile phones and political mobilisation in Africa”.
Thursday, May 11th 2017, 6th floor
Raphael Franck (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) "The Consequences of the French Revolution in the Short and Longue Durée", with Stelios Michalopoulos
Thursday, May 18th 2017, 6th floor
Sylvie Demurger (Gate – CNRS, Lyon) “Unequal Productivity Gains in Urban China”, with Pierre-Philippe Combes, Shi Li and Jianguo Wang