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Tue 21 May, '24
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Applied Economics/Econometrics & Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Nico Voigtlaender (UCLA)
S2.79

Title: Organizing a Kingdom (with Charles Angelucci and Simone Meraglia)

Abstract: We develop a framework that examines the organizational challenges faced by central rulers governing large territories, where administrative power needs to be delegated to local elites. We describe how economic change can motivate rulers to empower different elites and emphasize the interaction between local and nationwide institutions. We show that rising economic potential of towns leads to local administrative power (self-governance) of urban elites. As a result, the ruler summons them to central assemblies in order to ensure effective communication and coordination between self-governing towns and the rest of the realm. This framework can explain the emergence of municipal autonomy and towns’ representation in early modern European parliaments -- a blueprint for Western Europe’s institutional framework that promoted state-formation and economic growth in the centuries to follow. We provide empirical evidence for our core mechanisms and discuss how the model applies to other historical dynamics, and to alternative organizational settings.

Tue 28 May, '24 - Thu 30 May, '24
9am - 5pm
Economics PhD Conference
University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom

Runs from Tuesday, May 28 to Thursday, May 30.

Our three day conference organised by Warwick Economics PhD students will bring together international PhD research from across the globe.

The 12th annual Warwick Economics PhD Conference will be hosted on the University campus this year. Our three-day conference organised by Warwick Economics PhD students brings together PhD research from across the globe.

Date: 28-30 May 2024
Location: University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom

This is a student-led conference organised annually by PhD students at the Warwick Economics Department, supported and attended by the Warwick Economics Department and members of the faculty.

Call for Papers
Please access the call for papers here.

About the PhD Conference

Find out more about how the PhD conference first began.


Previous Years

Learn more about previous conferences.


Conference Programme

Access the conference program here.


 

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Our Campus is in Coventry, a city that lies at the very heart of England and is easy to get to by road, rail and air.

related:https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/events/phd-conferences

Tue 28 May, '24
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Applied Economics/Econometrics & Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Lena Hensvik (Uppsala Universitet)
S0.20

Title to be advised.

Wed 29 May, '24 - Thu 30 May, '24
9am - 5pm
Econometrics & Data Science Conference
Scarman

Runs from Wednesday, May 29 to Thursday, May 30.

Our two-day conference organised by the Econometrics Research Group will explore resampling methods in different contexts.

This Conference is ran by the University of Warwick for Warwick Economics staff, PhD and MRes students. Join our guest speakers as they explore resampling methods for panel data models and resampling methods for dependent data.

Date: 29 - 30 May 2024
Location: Scarman Conference Centre
Address: University of Warwick, CV4 7SH
Organiser: Kenichi Nagasawa

Programme

Day 1: Wednesday, 29 May 2024

Resampling Methods for Panel Data Models by Professor Silvia Goncalves.

9.30am – 10.00am

Registration and welcome coffee

Scarman Reception and Scarman Lounge

10.00am - 12.30pm

Masterclass Session 1

Scarman Space 43

12.30pm - 2.30pm

Lunch break

Lakeview Restaurant, Scarman

2.30pm - 5.00pm

Masterclass Session 2

Scarman Space 43

5.00pm - 6.00pm

Drinks reception

Scarman Courtyard

6.00pm

Dinner

Scarman Courtyard

Day 2: Thursday, 30 May 2024

Resampling Methods for Dependent Data.

9.30am - 10.00am

Registration and morning coffee

Scarman Reception and Scarman Lounge

10.00am - 11.00am

Session 1

Giuseppe Cavaliere and Abhimanyu Gupta

Scarman Space 43

11.00am - 11.30am

Break

Scarman Lounge

11.30am - 12.30pm

Session 2

Silvia Goncalves and Ayden Higgins

Scarman Space 43

12.30pm - 2.30pm

Lunch break

Lakeview Restaurant, Scarman

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Session 3

Andreas Hagemann and EunYi Chung

Scarman Space 43

3.30pm - 4.00pm

Break

Scarman Lounge

4.00pm - 5.00pm

Session 4

Adriana Cornea-Madeira and Ignace De Vos

Scarman Space 43

Register Now

Attendance at this conference is free. Please secure your place via the registration form below. Spaces are limited. Registration closes on Tuesday 14 May at noon.

After you have registered, you will receive an email with final details before the event takes place.

Register

Programme
You can find a pdf copy of the conference programme here.
Contact
For more information about this conference, please contact Emily Wesley via emily.wesley@warwick.ac.uk
Mon 3 Jun, '24 - Tue 4 Jun, '24
9:15am - 6pm
ERINN 2024
Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, Venice

Runs from Monday, June 03 to Tuesday, June 04.

The ERINN (Economic Research on Identity Norms and Narratives) Network brings together committed researchers who share a common vision concerning the centrality of social forces – particularly identity, norms, and narratives – in shaping economic outcomes. The basic premise is that economic activity takes place in social contexts, which structure and co-determine people’s preferences, beliefs, and constraints. The role of this network of researchers is to bring these processes to the forefront of economic analysis.

ERINN will be hosting this year's annual conference in the University of Warwick's home in Venice.

Date: Monday 3 June - Tuesday 4 June 2024
Venue: Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, Venice
Address: Calle Giustinian, 2893, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy
Organisers: Robert Akerlof and Sharun Mukand

Programme

Day 1: Monday, 3 June 2024

9.15am – 10.15am

"Zero-Sum Thinking and the Roots of US Political Divides"

Sandra Sequeira

10.15am - 10.45am

Coffee break

10.45am - 11.45am

"The Long Civil War: Battle Exposure and Anti-Black Racism in the US South"

Michele Rosenberg

11.45am - 12.45pm

“Prison Norms and Society Beyond Bars"

Michael Poyker

13.00pm - 14.30pm

Lunch break

14.30pm - 15.30pm

“Strategic behavior with tight, loose, and polarized norms”

Eugen Dimant

15.30pm - 16.30pm

"Cooperation and the Strength of Social Ties: Evidence from Randomly Assigned Real Groups"

Fabio Tufano

16.30pm - 17.00pm

Coffee break

17.00pm - 18.00pm

"What Money Can Buy: How Market Exchange Promotes Values"

Sili Zhang

18.00pm

Dinner

Day 2: Tuesday, 4 June 2024

9:15am - 10.15am

"Movies"

Stelios Michalopoulos

10.15am - 10.45am

Coffee break

10.45am - 11.45am

"Surname Diversity, Social Ties and Innovation"

Max Posch

11.45am - 12.45pm

"Meaning at Work"

Nava Ashraf

13.00pm - 14.30pm

Lunch break

14.30pm - 15.30pm

"The Social Consequences of Traditional Religion in Contemporary Africa"

Etienne Le Rossignol

15.30pm - 16.30pm

"Decomposing the Rise of Populist Radical Right"

Ro’ee Levy

16.30pm - 17.00pm

Coffee break

17.00pm - 18.00pm

"Curtailing false news, amplifying truth"

Emeric Henry

Programme
Download a pdf version of the programme here.
Contact us
If you have any questions about this workshop, please contact Emily Wesley via emily.wesley@warwick.ac.uk.
Tue 4 Jun, '24
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Applied Economics/Econometrics & Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Zoe Cullen
S0.10

Title to be advised.

Fri 7 Jun, '24 - Sat 8 Jun, '24
9am - 2pm
Warwick/CAGE Workshop on Gender and Inequality
Radcliffe

Runs from Friday, June 07 to Saturday, June 08.

This two-day workshop brings together scholars working in the field of economics to provide policy insights to reduce gender inequality. The program is designed to promote knowledge exchange and networking, providing a platform for participants to share their findings on the impact of various policies and to collaboratively explore strategies for fostering gender equality.

Date: Friday 7 June - Saturday 8 June 2024
Venue: Radcliffe Conference Centre
Address: University of Warwick, CV4 7SH
Organisers: Sonia Bhalotra, Natalia Zinovyeva and Jiaqi Li

Programme

Regular presentations are 35-minutes long, followed by a 10-minute discussion by a formal discussant, and 5 minutes allocated for questions from the audience.
Egg Timer Presentations are 20-minutes long including questions.

Day 1: Friday, 7 June 2024

8.50am - 9.30am

Registration (Radcliffe Reception)

9.00am – 9.30am

Welcome coffee (Radcliffe Lounge)

Session 1

 

9.30am - 9.40am

Opening Remarks (Radcliffe Space 17)

9.40am - 10.30am

Presentation 1 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Nagore Iriberri

Discussant: Carolina Kansikas

10.30am - 10.40am

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

10:40am - 11.30am

Presentation 2 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Manuel Bagues

Discussant: Elaheh Fatemi Pour

11.30am - 11.40am

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

11.40am - 12.30pm

Presentation 3 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Margaux Suteau

Discussant: Angelica Martinez Leyva

12.30pm - 2.00pm

Lunch break (Radcliffe Restaurant)

Session 2

 

2.00pm - 2.50pm

Presentation 4 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Abi Adams-Prassl

Discussant: Jiaqi Li

2.50pm - 3.00pm

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

3.00pm - 3.50pm

Presentation 5 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Sonia Bhalotra

Discussant: Bruno Souza

3.50pm - 4.00pm

Coffee break (Radcliffe Lounge)

Session 3  
4.00pm - 5.40pm

Egg Timer Presentations (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speakers:

Carolina Kansikas

Angelica Martinez Leyva

Sarthak Joshi

Jiaqi Li

Bruno Souza

5.40pm - 6.15pm

Drinks reception (Radcliffe Lounge)

6.15pm - 8.00pm

Dinner (Radcliffe Restaurant)

Day 2: Saturday, 8 June 2024

9:00am - 9.10am

Morning coffee (Radcliffe Lounge)
Session 4  

9.10am - 10.00am

Presentation 1 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Heather Royer

Discussant: Sarthak Joshi

10.00am - 10.10am

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

10.10am - 11.00am

Presentation 2 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Kristiina Huttunen

Discussant: Priyama Majumdar

11.00am - 11.10am

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

11.10am - 12.00pm

Presentation 3 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Olle Folke

Discussant: Anwesh Mukhopadhyay

12.00pm - 12.10pm

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

12.10pm - 1.00pm

Presentation 4 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Anne Brenoe

Discussant: Jiaqi Li

1.00pm - 2.00pm

Lunch break (Radcliffe Restaurant)

Session 5

 

2.00pm - 2.50pm

Presentation 5 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Natalia Zinovyeva

Discussant: Yuchen Lin

2.50pm - 3.00pm

Break (Radcliffe Lounge)

3.00pm - 3.50pm

Presentation 6 (Radcliffe Space 17)

Speaker: Anna Raute

Discussant: Malavika Mani

Register now

Attendance at this workshop is free, however we will not cover the cost of attendee travel. Please secure your place via our registration form below.

After you have registered, you will receive an email containing final details about the workshop before the event takes place.

Please note that spaces are limited and not all registrants may be successful. You will be contacted about the outcome of your registration as soon as possible. Registration closes Thursday 23 May at noon.

Register

Programme
An updated pdf copy of the Programme can be found here.
Contact us
If you have any questions about this workshop, please contact Natalia Zinovyeva via natalia.zinovyeva@warwick.ac.uk.

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