Labor and Finance Group Conference

Preliminary Schedule


 

 

Labor and Finance Group Conference

Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN)

Monday 17th of August 2020

 

09.30-09.50

Registration

09.50-10.00

Welcome Remarks

10.00-10.20 

Full paper Session #1

 

Private Equity Buyouts and Employee Health

Pilar Garcia-Gomez, Ernst Maug, and Stefan Obernberger

 

Are Executives in Short Supply? Evidence from Deaths’ Events

Julien Sauvagnat and Fabiano Schivardi

 

11.20-11.40

Coffee Break

11.40-13.00

 

Early Idea Session #1

 

Does Antitrust Enforcement Affect Competition?

Tania Babina, Simcha Barkai, Jessica Jeffers, Ezra Karger, and Ekaterina Volkova

 

Which workers suffer (or benefit) from firm-level uncertainty shocks?

Andrea Caggese and Vicente Cunat and Daniel Metzger

 

How Does Worker Representation on Company Boards Affect Firms and Workers? Evidence from a Reform in Finland

Jarkko Harju, Simon Jäger and Benjamin Schoefer

 

Student Debt in the United States

John Heilbron, Sylvain Catherine and Constantine Yannelis

 

13.00-14.00

Lunch Break

14.00-15.20

Full paper Session #2

 

Ownership, Control and Careers

Marco Pagano and Luca Picariello

 

Almost Famous: How Wealth Shocks Impact Career Choices

Jacelly Cespedes, Zack Liu, and Carlos Parra

 

15.20-15.40

Coffee Break

15.40-17.00

 

Full paper Session #3

 

Workplace Automation and Corporate Financial Policy

Thomas W. Bates, Fangfang Du, and Jessie Jiaxu Wang

 

Dream Chasers: House Price Booms and the Misallocation of Human Capital

Taylor A. Begley, Peter Haslag, and Daniel Weagley

 

17.00-17.20

Coffee Break

17.20-18.00

 

 

Early Idea Session #2

 

How Does Firm Adoption of Artificial Intelligence Technologies Affect Labor Markets?

Tania Babina, Anastassia Fedyk, Alex He, and James Hodson

 

House Price Growth, Commuting Times, and Productivity

Geraldo Cerqueiro, Isaac Hacamo, and Pedro Raposo

 

19.00-22.00

Dinner

 

 

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The researchers at IFN are united in their belief that economic methods offer a powerful tool for understanding society.

The main research programs are:

  1. economics of entrepreneurship
  2. globalization and corporate restructuring
  3. economics of the service sector
  4. economics of the electricity markets
  5. economics of institutions and culture.

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