CEREC EVENTS

DECEMBER 2019

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WEDI : 14th Workshop on Economic Design and Institutions (6/12/2019)

 


Conference in Finance (16/12/2019)

 


Doctoral workshop (18/12/2019)

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NOVEMBER 2019

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Conference in Public Finance (22/11/2019)

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To register to the CEREC Conference in Public Finance, please click here.

 

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MAY 2019

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CEREC Workshop in Economics

Friday, May, 24th 2019

– 09h15 – 10h00 Glenn Magernan, (ULB): « Price Updating with Production

Networks »; joint work with Cedric Duprez (NBB)

– 10h00 – 10h45 Ata Atai, (Hungarian Academy of Sciences), « Multi-sided

assignment games on m-partite graphs”; joint work with Marina Nunez

(University of Barcelona)

– 11h15 – 12h00 Heiner Schumacher, (KULeuven), « Equilibrium Contracts

and Boundedly Rational Expectations”; joint work with Heidi Thysen (London

School of Economics)

– 12h00 – 12h45 Mariam Nanumyan (UCLouvain): “Union Formation in

Network Spill-over Games”; joint work with Simon Schopohl (UCLouvain Saint-

Louis)

 


 

CEREC Workshop in Public Finance

Friday May 3rd 2019

– 09h00 – 09h30   Alex Van Steenbergen (Federal Planning Bureau): “Belgian transport policy through direct taxation: an overview”.

– 09h30 – 10h00   Christophe Speth (CEREC, USL-B): « Reforming the Fiscal Treatment of Company Cars: CoCaTax« , joint work with Gilles Grandjean and Tom Truyts.

– 10h00 – 10h30   Kris Boudt (VUB, Ghent University, Free University of Amsterdam): « Pension reform: Feasibility and impact of the Belgium points system for independents« , joint work with Ewoud Heyndels (VUB) and Guido Van Limberghen (VUB).

– 11h00 – 11h30   Gerlinde Verbist (CSB, University of Antwerp):  « Redistribution in a joint income-wealth perspective: a cross-country comparison« , joint work with S. Kuypers and F. Figari.

– 11h30 – 12h00  Stijn Van Houtven(KU Leuven) “Using regional competences for a tax shift within the personal income tax”, joint work with André Decoster.

– 12h00 – 12h30  Tom Van Puyenbroeck (KU Leuven Brussels): « Redistribution among member states through the EU budget. »

 

 

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APRIL 2019

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Les midi de l’IRIB

Le 4 avril de 12h00 à 14h00

« Réformer la politique des voitures de société : CoCaTax »

Intervenant : Tom Truyts (Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles)

Discussion : Benjamin Wayens (ULB et Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles)
Animation : Hélène Latzer (Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles)

La congestion automobile et une meilleure connaissance des conséquences de la pollution de l’air font que le traitement fiscal avantageux des voitures de société devient de plus en plus controversé. Récemment, deux réformes fiscales ont été proposées pour remédier à ce problème : l’allocation de mobilité (Cash for car) et le budget de mobilité. Dans le cadre de la chaire du Brussels Studies Institute « Companies and Sustainable Mobility. The Company Car Debate and Beyond », une équipe de recherche du CEREC a développé CoCaTax, un modèle de microsimulation en ligne et accessible à tous. CoCaTax permet de calculer l’impact d’une réforme fiscale concernant les voitures de société pour chaque individu dans un échantillon représentatif de la société, et présente une analyse et une visualisation de cet impact dans son interface. A l’occasion de ce Midi de l’IRIB, Tom Truyts esquissera le défi sociétal que posent les voitures de société, leur traitement fiscal actuel et le contexte dans lequel des réformes peuvent se penser. Il présentera également le fonctionnement de CoCaTax, ainsi qu’une analyse des deux réformes fiscales proposées et introduira brièvement le projet plus large de construction de modèles de microsimulation fiscale au sein du CEREC.

 

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MARCH 2019

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CEREC Workshop in Economics

Friday March 29th 2019

– 09h00–09h50 MarcGoñi (University of Vienna), “Lineages of Scholars in pre- industrial Europe: Nepotism vs. Intergenerational Human Capital Transmission”, joint work with David de la Croix

– 09h50 – 10h40 Bastien Chabé-Ferret (University of Essex): “Quantum and tempo effect of employment in security on fertility cycles”, joint work with Paula Gobbi

– 11h00 – 11h50 David de la Croix (Université Catholique de Louvain): “Childbearing postponement, its option value, and the biological clock”, joint work with Aude Pommeret

– 11h50 – 12h40 Carmen Camacho (Paris School of Economics): “Intergeneration Human Capital Transmission and Poverty Traps”, joint work with Fernanda Estevan

 

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DECEMBER 2018

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Conference on « The new challenges for central bank communication

17th December 2018

– 9:00 – 10:45             Communication of Monetary Policy in Unconventional Times

Session chair: Stefano Nardelli, ECB

“The Value of Central Bank Communication” Renaud Beaupain, Alexandre Girard

Discussant: Matthieu Picault (University of Orléans)

“Central bank’s sentiment and media sentiment”, Matthieu Picault, Julien Pinter, Thomas Renaud

Discussant: Elisa Darriet (LEMMA, Université Paris 2)

“Anchoring inflation expectations: French students’ perception in a post economic crisis context” Elisa Darriet

Discussant: Anouk Claes (Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles)

– 11:15 – 12:15                       Keynote Lecture

Pierre Siklos, Professor of Economics at Wilfrid LaurierUniversity’s School of Business and Economics

12:15 – 13:45                       Lunch Break

13:45 – 16:00                       Effectiveness of Central Bank Communication

Session chair: Matthias Neuenkirch, Trier University

“ECB vs. Bundesbank: Diverging Tones and Policy Effectiveness” Peter Tillmann, Andreas Walter

Discussant: Michael Lamla (University of Essex)

“Does People Bank of China’s Communication Matter? Evidence from Financial Markets’ Reaction” Hamza Bennani

Discussant: Matthias Neuenkirch (Universität Trier)

“Central Bank Announcements: Big News for Little People?” Michael J. Lamla, Dmitir V. Vinogradov

Discussant: Peter Tillman (Justus Liebig University Giessen)

“Financial Stability and the Fed: Evidence from Congressional Hearings” Arina Wischnewsky, David-Jan Jansen, Matthias Neuenkirch

Discussant: Hamza Bennani (Université Paris Nanterre)

– 16:30-18:15             Evaluating Central Bank Communication

Session chair: Kris Boudt, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

“Measuring ECB’s Communication: a “Media-Based” Automated Approach” Francesco Pesci

Discussant: Sylverie Herbert (Cornell University)

“Strategic Communication with Heterogenous beliefs” Sylverie Herbert

Discussant: Alexandre Girard (University Saint-Louis Bruxelles)

“The Sentometrics Approach for Textual Sentiment based Predictions” David Ardia, Kevin Bluteau, Samuel Borms, Kris Boudt

 


 

Conference : 13th Workshop on Economic Design and Institutions

Friday 7th December 2018

– 09:30 – 10h15 Andrea Galeotti (London Business School): Trading in Large Networks

– 10h15 – 11h00 Francesco Nava (London School of Economics) and Anja Prummer (Queen Mary University of London): Norm Dynamics

– 11h30 – 12h15 Manuel Foerster ( University of Hamburg), Ana Mauleon (UCLouvain Saint-Louis – Bruxelles) and Vincent Vannetelbosch (UCLouvain): Shadow Links

– 12h15 – 13h00 Francis Bloch (Université Paris 1 and Paris School of Economics), Bhaskar Dutta (University of Warwick) and Marcin Dzuibinsky (Warsaw University): Hiding and Seeking in Networks

– 14h30 – 15h15 Benjamin Golub (Harvard University) and Stephen Morris (Princeton University): Coordination in Teams: Networks, Information and the Value of Resolute Optimists

– 15h15 – 16h00 Frederic Koessler (Paris School of Economics), Marie Laclau (Paris School of Economics) and Tristan Tomala (HEC Paris): Interactive Information Design

– 16h30 – 17h15 Thomas Demuynck (ULB), Jean-Jacques Herings (Maastricht University), Ricardo D. Saulle (Maastricht University) and Christian Seel (Maastricht University): The Myopic Stable Set for Social Environments

– 17h15 -18h00 Nizar Allouch (University of Kent) and Maia King (Oxford University): A Network Approach to Welfare


 

CEREC Workshop in Macroeconomics

Friday December 14th 2018

– 09h15 – 10h00 Huguette Croisier (UCLouvain – Saint-Louis – Bruxelles):

« Modeling Financial Crises as DSGE Phenomena: a Genuine Step Forward? »

– 10h00 – 10h45 Jean-Bernard Chatelain (Université Paris I Panthéon –

Sorbonne, Membre de l’Institut Universitaire de France): « Leaning Against the

Wind”;

– 11h15 – 12h00 Michal Kobielarz (KULeuven): “Unstable Monetary Union – The

Role of Expectations and Past Experience”

– 12h00 – 12h45 Julien Brault (Graduate Institute of International and

Development Studies): “Political Economy of French Foreign Exchange Control”

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NOVEMBER 2018

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CEREC Workshop in Economics

November, 23th 2018

– 09h15 – 10h00 Paul Belleflamme, (UCLouvain): « Network Effects in Crowdfunding »; joint work with Thomas Lambert and Armin Schwienbacher

– 10h00 – 10h45 Johannes Johnen, (UCLouvain): « Automatic-Renewal Contracts with Heterogeneous Consumer Inertia »

– 11h15 – 12h00 Martin Pollrich, (University of Bonn), « Sequential Procurement”; joint work with Vitali Gretschko and Nicolas Fugger

– 12h00 – 12h45 Vincent Vannetelbosch (UCLouvain): “Network Formation with Myopic and Farsighted Players”; joint work with Chenghong Luo and Ana Mauleon

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MAY 2018

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CEREC Workshop in Economics

May 18th 2018

– 09h15 – 10h00   Christian Basteck, (ECARES – ULB): « Electing moderates »; joint work with Marco Mantovani

– 10h00 – 10h45   Marco Mantovani (DEMS, University of Milan – Bicocca): ”Information aggregation in asset markets: risk, beliefs and institutions”; joint work with Antonio Filippin

– 11h15 – 12h00   Tom Truyts (CEREC – Université Saint-Louis): “Signaling in Auctions: Experimental Evidence”; joint work with Olivier Bos, Sander Onderstal et Francisco Gomez-Martinez

– 12h00 – 12h45   Martin Van den Linden (Utah State University) : “The Shape of Water: Maritime border, Coastal land, and International Conflicts” ; joint work with Rafael Treibich and Ryan Tierney

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MARCH 2018

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CEREC Workshop in Economics 

March, 5th 2018

– 09h15 – 10h00           Luca Merlino (University of Antwerp): « The Private Provision of Public Goods on Endogenous Networks« ; joint work with Markus Kinateder

– 10h00 – 10h45           Thomas Demuynck   (Université Libre de Bruxelles): « Non-intersecting Pareto Curves”; joint work with Tom Potoms

– 11h15 – 12h00           Sudipta Sarangi (Virginia Tech, USA): « Network Formation with Multigraphs and Strategic Complementarities”; joint work with Sumit Joshi and Ahmed Saber Mahmud

– 12h00 – 12h45          Simon Schopohl (Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles): “Competition for leadership in teams”; joint work with Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch

 

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FEBRUARY 2018

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CEREC Workshop in Microeconomics 

February 23rd 2018 

– 09h00 – 09h50           « The role of markets and preferences on resource conflicts », Pétros Sékeris (Université de Montpellier), joint work with A. Dickson (Strathclyde) and I. MacKenzie (U. of Queensland).

– 09h50 – 10h40           « Deprivation measures combining economic outcomes and mortality: theory and global evidence », Benoît Decerf (Université de Namur), joint work with Jean-Marie Baland and Guilhem Cassan.

– 11h00 – 11h50         « How do trade and communication costs shape the spatial organization of firms? », Jacques Thisse (UCL), joint work with Toshitaka Gokan, Sergey Kichko.

– 11h50 – 12h40          « Temporal consumption patterns: A Revealed Preference Analysis. », Tom Pottoms (ULB), joint work with Sam Cosaert (LISER).

 

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DECEMBER 2017

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Doctoral Workshop in Economics 

December 18th, 2017 

see program : https://doctoralworkshopusl.wordpress.com/blog/

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CEREC 12th Workshop on Economic Design and Institutions 

December 08th, 2017

– 09:30 – 10h15 Agnieszka Rusinowska (Université Paris 1) and Anne van den Nouweland (University of Oregon): Implementation of share equilibrium

– 10h15 – 11h00 Sibilla di Guida (Syddansk Universitet), The Anh Han (Teesside University), Georg Kirchsteiger (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Tom Lenaerts (Université Libre de Bruxelles and VUB) and Ioannis Zisis (Université Libre de Bruxelles): Endogenous repeated cooperation and surplus distribution – An experimental analysis

– 11h30 – 12h15 Jean-Jacques Herings (Maastricht University), Ana Mauleon (Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles and UCL) and Vincent Vannetelbosch (Université catholique de Louvain): Matching with myopic and farsighted players

– 12h15 – 13h00 Debraj Ray (New York University) and Rajiv Vohra (Brown University): Maximality in the farsighted stable set

– 14h30 – 15h15 Willemien Kets (University of Oxford) and Alvaro Sandroni (Northwestern University): A theory of strategic uncertainty and cultural diversity

– 15h15 – 16h00 Antonio Cabrales (University College London): Does pre-play social interaction improve negotiation outcomes?

– 16h30 – 17h15 Berno Buechel (University of Fribourg) and Lydia Mechtenberg (University of Hamburg): The swing voter’s curse in social networks

– 17h15 -18h00 Francis Bloch (Université Paris 1 and Paris School of Economics) and Anne van den Nouweland (University of Oregon): Farsighted stability with heterogeneous expectations

 

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NOVEMBER 2017

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CEREC 1st Workshop on Macroeconomics and Growth

November 24th, 2017

– 09h30 – 10h20 : Reto Foellmi (University of Saint Gallen), « A dynamic North- South Model of Demand-Induced Product Cycles », joint work with Sandra Hanslin Grossman and Andreas Kohler

– 10h20 -11h10 : Paula Gobbi (ULB), « Childless aristocrats. Fertility, Inheritance and Persistent Inequality in Britain (1650-1882) », joint work with Marc Goñi

– 11h40 – 12h30 : Thomas Baudin (IESEG Business School), « Rural exodus and fertility in times of industrialization”, joint work Robert Stelter

– 12h30 – 13h : Arnaud Deseau (USL-B), « The Economic Convergence During Malthusian Times »

– 14h30 – 15h20 : Andreas Irmen (University of Luxembourg), « Consumption- Leisure Complementary in the Canonical OLG Model »
– 15h20 – 16h10 : Céline Poilly (Université Aix-Marseille), « Reforms and the Real Exchange rate: the Role of Pricing-to-Market”, joint work with Lise Patureau
– 16h40 – 17h30 : Mathieu Parenti (ULB), « Endogenous Mark-Ups, Income Distribution and Growth », joint work with Raouf Boucekkine and Hélène Latzer

 

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OCTOBER 2017

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CEREC Workshop 

October 6th, 2017

– 09h00 – 09h50 Johannes Johnen (Catholic University of Louvain): « Browsing versus Studying Offers »; joint work with Paul Heidhues and Botond Kőszegi.

– 09h50 – 10h40 Vincent Vannetelbosch (Catholic University of Louvain): « R&D Network Formation with Myopic and Farsighted Firms”; joint work with Ana Mauleon and Jose Sempere-Monerris.

– 11h00 – 11h50 Hodaya Lampert (Ben-Gurion University): « Patent and Pool in Pyramidal innovation structures ».

– 11h50 – 12h40 Simon Schopohl (Saint-Louis Brussels University): “Competition for leadership in teams”; joint work with Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch.

 

 

 

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