Séminaires 2018-2019

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Séminaires 2018-2019

    • Green technology and patents in the presence of green consumers

      Corinne Langinier, University of Alberta, Canada

    • The effect of job search requirements on welfare receipt: Evidence from an Australian welfare reform

      Nicolas HERAULT, University of Melbourne

      Résumé :

      A challenge faced by governments is how best to both provide financial support to the unemployed and to encourage them to obtain paid employment. To tackle this problem, many OECD countries have come to increasingly rely on job search requirements, which consist of various activities required of job seekers to retain eligibility to welfare payments. There is, however, relatively little evidence on the efficacy of these requirements. Previous studies have identified the effects of incremental changes to job search requirements, but not the effects of job search requirements per se. Australian welfare policy reforms in 1995 and 2003, which saw new groups of welfare recipients subject to job search requirements, provide a unique opportunity to identify the effects of job search requirements. We find large negative effects on welfare receipt for the mature-age partnered women targeted by the policy reforms.

    • Trust and conflict. Experimental evidence from Yemen

      Olivia BERTELLI, LEDa, Université Paris Dauphine

      Article co-écrit avec Sikandra Kurdi (IFPRI)

    • The bridging role of regional headquarters : multinational companies in the Asia-Pacific Région

      Jacques JAUSSAUD, CATT, UPPA

       

      Article co-écrit avec B. AMANN, LGCO, Université Toulouse 3 et J. SCHAAPER, IRGO, Université de Bordeaux

    • Escaping Social Pressure: Fixed-Term Contracts in Multi-Establishment Firms

      Eve CAROLI, Université Paris Dauphine

      Article co-écrit avec A. Bassanini, F. Fontaine, A. Rebérioux

    • Are direct support to innovation able to relax SME’s credit constraints ?

      Raphaël CHIAPPINI, LAREFI, Université de Bordeaux

    • La causalité en économétrie et dans les sciences sociales. Une approche de modélisation structurelle causale

      Michel MOUCHART, Université de Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgique

    • Long-term impact of earthquakes on household welfare and human capital: the case of Indonesia

      Marta MENENDEZ, Université Paris Dauphine

    • A structural analysis of US entry and exit dynamics

      Mikel CASARES, Universidad Pública de Navarra

    • Income inequality, ethnicity and local redistribution: An empirical analysis applied to Mexican municipalities

      Matthieu CLEMENT, Université de Bordeaux

    • Caring or coping? Labor market effects of illness in the household

      Raphaël COTTIN, Université Paris Dauphine

    • Reformulation and taxes for healthier consumption: An empirical evidence in the French Dessert market

      Céline BONNET, Toulouse of School Economics - Salle du Conseil, bâtiment Recherche (ex - UFR DEG) à Pau.

    • Le prix de la rentrée : une évaluation du coût de la réforme des rythmes scolaires pour les communes

      Aurélie CASSETTE, LEM-CNRS, Université Lille
      Article co-écrit avec Etienne Farvaque

    • Spatial Polarization

      Elisa DIENESCH, Sciences Po Aix
      Le séminaire aura lieu en salle du Conseil dans le bâtiment des Lettres

    • Spatial Determinants of Ability Outside the Labor Market

      José DE SOUSA, RITM, Université Paris Sud

      Le séminaire aura lieu en salle B1 et il n'y aura pas de visio avec Bayonne

    • Conception de mécanisme, spécialisation et choix de marché dans une relation principal-agent

      A. BAHA, Toulouse School of Economics

    • A DSGE approach to evaluate the economic impact of a carbon price shock in the EU ETS market

      Maxime BOUTER, CATT, UPPA