Economics PhD Meeting, Paris-Saclay University


June 8, 2023


The second PhD Meeting at Paris-Saclay University was organized on Thursday, June 8, 2023, by the research units CEPS (ENS Paris-Saclay & University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, EPEE), PSAE (INRAE & AgroParisTech) and RITM (Faculté Jean Monnet). All economists of Paris-Saclay area were invited to attend this doctoral meeting, ended with a cocktail.

The workshop takes place at
University of Evry-Val d'Essonne
Centre for Economics at Paris-Saclay (CEPS)
Building Ile-de-France
23 Boulevard Fran├žois Mitterrand
91025 Evry

Organizing Committee

Olivier Bos, ENS Paris-Saclay, CEPS

José De Sousa, Paris-Saclay University, RITM

Hugo Molina, INRAE, PSAE

Grégory Verdugo, Paris-Saclay University, University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, CEPS

Scientific Committee

Olivier Bos, ENS Paris-Saclay, CEPS

José De Sousa, Paris-Saclay University, RITM

Eleni Iliopoulos, Paris-Saclay University, University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, CEPS

Hugo Molina, INRAE, PSAE

Maria Eugenia Sanin, Paris-Saclay University, University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, CEPS

Grégory Verdugo, Paris-Saclay University, University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, CEPS



Program

9h Welcome and Coffee

Hall of the small auditorium (petit amphi)
Ile-de-France building - basement - access between the Maupertuis building and the Ile-de-France building.

9h30-11h Parallel Sessions 1

Session Macro-Finance, small auditorium (Chair: Eleni Iliopoulos)

Talks last for 25min: 20min of presentation and 5min for both comments and questions

Juan Daniel Hernandez (CEPS, ENS Paris-Saclay & Univ. of Evry Val-d'Essonne ): Monetary Policy Transmission and the Role of High-Quality Liquid Assets

Mathilde Dufouleur (CEPS, Univ. Evry Val-d'Essonne): The Theft of Hidden IMF Data: Do IMF Country Reports Provide Useful Additional Information?

Imen Daly (CEPS, Univ Evry Val-d'Essonne): Targeting Tax Incentives for Affordable Housing: An Evaluation of the Pinel Tax Credit in the Paris Region

Aymeric Ortmans (CEPS, Univ Evry Val-d'Essonne): Asymmetric financial markets reaction to ECB monetary policy

Session Trade & Agriculture Economics, room 205 (Chair: Felipe Starosta de Waldemar)

Talks last for 30min: 25min of presentation and 5min for both comments and questions

Mushegh Tovmasyan (RITM, Paris-Saclay Univ.): Structural Transformation and Trade Liberalization: Evidence from RTA Enactments

Léa Crepin (PSAE): Foreign Demand, Soy Exports, and Deforestation

Maxime Tranchard (PSAE): Reformulation and Taxes for Healthier Consumption: Empirical Evidence in the French Dessert Market

11h15-11h45 Coffee Break

11h45-12h45 Keynote Talk (small auditorium)

Patrick Lahr (University of Bonn): Screening: A Unified Geometric Perspective

12h45-13h45 Lunch (room 203)

13h45-15h15 Parallel Sessions 2

Talks last for 30min: 25min of presentation and 5min for both comments and questions

Session Market & Mechanism, small auditorium (Chair: Michael Greinecker)

Raphael Semet (CEPS, Univ. Evry Val-d'Essonne): Green vs. Social Bond Premium

Philip Zilke (ZEW Mannheim, visiting CEPS): Funding Mechanisms in Green Finance: The creation of commitment with Green and Sustainability-linked Bonds

Cyril Rouault (CEPS, ENS Paris-Saclay): Efficiency in Matching Markets: Application Cost in School Choice

Session Environment & Energy, room 205 (Chair: Maria-Eugenia Sanin)

Ariane Bousquet (CEPS, Univ. Evry Val-d'Essonne): Car fuel poverty in France

Valentin Cocco (PSAE): Relaxing the production-conservation trade-off: Biodiversity spillover in the bioeconomic performance of ecological networks

Maryam Sadighi (CEPS, Univ. Evry Val-d'Essonne): Extending Cost-Benefit Analysis in Presence of Learning-By-Doing: Application to the Container Glass Industry in France

15h15-15h45 Coffee Break

15h45-17h15 Parallel Sessions 3

Talks last for 30min: 25min of presentation and 5min for both comments and questions

Session Behavioral Economics, room 205 (Chair: Hugo Molina)

Alix Rouillé (CEPS, ENS Paris-Saclay): Nudging or social pressuring?

Chloé Beaudet (PSAE): Spatially allocating preferences derived from a choice experiment: a comparison of two methods

Hugo Allouard (RITM, Paris-Saclay Univ.): Data Collection, Product Quality and Privacy Discrimination in Competitive Markets

Session Macro Labor Economics, small auditorium (Chair: Natacha Raffin)

Malak Kandoussi (CEPS, Univ. Evry Val-d'Essonne): A New Norm? Exploring the Shift to Working From Home in the Post-Pandemic Labor Market

Juho Peltonen (CEPS, Univ. Evry Val-d'Essonne): On the efficiency of labor markets with short-time work policies

Alex Newnham (RITM, Paris-Saclay Univ.): How Geographical Resolution Affects Internal Migration Moving Cost Estimation?

17h15-17h45 Coffee Break

17h45-18h45 Keynote Talk (small auditorium)

Fabrice Defever (University of Lille): Evaluating the Impact of Export Finance Support on Firm-level Export Performance

18h45 Goodbye Drink (room 203)