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

Title: Outside Job Opportunities and the Gender Gap in Pay

Abstract: A growing literature suggests that outside job offers are an important component of on-the-job wage growth. Such outside offers could contribute to the gender wage gap due to a differential arrival rate of (relevant) job opportunities and/or because of gender differences in negotiation. In this paper, we shed light on this source of gender wage inequality by empirically studying male and female wage and job mobility responses to the arrival of outside job opportunities that arise via family networks. We show in Swedish register data that such opportunities are associated with higher wages for men but not for women. However, women have higher job mobility in response to expansions in connected firms- particularly when those offer a shorter commute compared to the current employer. Together, our results are consistent with women being less likely to renegotiate in response to the arrival of job offers. The paper thus confirms in a broader setting that gender negotiation differences is an economically meaningful source of the remaining gender pay gap.

 

Tue 28 May, '24
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CRETA Seminar - Leeat Yariv (Princeton)
S0.20

Title to be advised.

Wed 29 May, '24
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Teaching & Learning Seminar - Nahid Farnaz (York)
S0.18

Title: Enhancing Learning Through Group Work: Challenges and Strategies

Abstract: Group work is a powerful pedagogical tool that promotes active learning, collaboration, and critical thinking skills among students. This seminar explores some effective strategies for implementing group work in educational settings along with the challenges associated with integrating group work into formative and summative assessments.

Thu 30 May, '24
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Seminar - Julien Labonne
S0.20

Title to be advised

Host: Andreas Stegmann

Thu 30 May, '24
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Macro/International Seminar - Thierry Mayer (Sciences PO)
S0.09

Title to be advised.

Mon 3 Jun, '24
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Economic History Seminar - Mara Squicciarini (Bocconi)
S2.77 Cowling Room

Title to be advised.

Mon 3 Jun, '24
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Econometrics Seminar - Xiaoxia Shi (Wisconsin)
S0.10

Title to be advised.

Tue 4 Jun, '24
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Applied Economics/Econometrics & Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Zoe Cullen
S0.10

Title to be advised.

Wed 5 Jun, '24
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CRETA Seminar - Giacomo Lanzani (Harvard)
S0.10
Thu 6 Jun, '24
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Econometrics Seminar
S0.18

Title to be advised

Mon 10 Jun, '24
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Economic History Seminar - Marco Tabellini (HBS)
S2.77 Cowling Room

Title: Homeward Bound: How Migrants Seek Out Familiar Climates (with Marguerite Obolensky, Charles A Taylor)..

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