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11th PhD Student Conference in International Macroeconomics

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11th PhD Student Conference
on International Macroeconomics

 
April 1st, 2022

Building G « Maurice Allais », Conference room 614
Université Paris Nanterre

EconomiX-CNRS and the Doctoral School EOS (Université Paris Nanterre, France), CeReFiM (University of Namur, Belgium), LEO (Université d’Orléans, France), LEMNA (University of Nantes, France), Economics Department Jaume 1 University (Castellon, Spain) and Economics Department of Applied Economics II (Valencia, Spain) are co-organizing the 11th PhD Student Conference on International Macroeconomics. The conference will be held on April 1st, 2022 in Nanterre, France.

 

 

Important dates and submission procedure:

Submission deadline: January 10, 2022
Acceptance decision: Mid-February 2022
Presenting Authors Registration: End of February 2022
Conference: April 1st, 2022

 

Program:

9.00-9.30 Welcome breakfast


9.30-10.50 Session 1. International Economics. Chair: Antonia López-Villavicencio, U. Paris Nanterre (France)


Niklas Steinert, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany)
Title: The Endogeneity of Optimum Currency Areas in Light of European Intra-Industry Trade Patterns
Discussant 1. Marco Flaccadoro, Banca d’Italia and Bocconi University (Italy)
Discussant 2. Blaise Gnimassoum, Université de Lorraine (France)

 

Marco Flaccadoro, Banca d’Italia and Bocconi University (Italy)
Title: Global Risk Aversion and Sovereign Debt in Emerging Markets
Discussant 1. Niklas Steinert, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany)
Discussant 2. Laurent Ferrara, SKEMA Business School (France)


10.50-11.00 Coffee break


11.00-12.20 Session 2. Sovereign Debt. Chair: Jean-Yves Gnabo, University of Namur (Belgium)


Ibrahima Diarra, University of Paris Saclay (France)
Title: Sovereign Defaults in a World of Climatic Disasters
Discussant 1. Yawovi Amedanou, University of Clermont-Ferrand (France)
Discussant 2. Erica Perego, CEPII (France)

 

Yawovi Amedanou, University of Clermont-Ferrand (France)
Title: Financing the Economy in Debt Times: the Crucial Role of Public-Private Partnerships
Discussant 1. Ibrahima Diarra, University of Paris Saclay (France)
Discussant 2. Phu Nguyen-Van, EconomiX-CNRS (France)


12.20-1.40 Lunch


1.40-3.00 pm Session 3. Financial Stability. Chair: Pauline Gandré, U. Paris Nanterre (France)

 

Lara Coulier, Ghent University (Belgium)
Title: Assessing the Effects of Borrower-Based Macroprudential Policy on Credit in the EU
Discussant 1. Federica Vassalli, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
Discussant 2. Pierre Durand, University of Paris Créteil (France)

 

Federica Vassalli, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
Title: Is the Fed Reactive and Effective Against Stock Market Bubbles? Not All Bubbles Are Alike
Discussant 1. Lara Coulier, Ghent University (Belgium)
Discussant 2. Christophe Boucher, University of Paris Nanterre (France)

 

3.00-3.10 Coffee Break

 

3.10-4.30 pm Session 4. Monetary policy. Chair: Hamza Bennani, University of Nantes (France)

 

Michele Andreolli, London Business School (UK)
Title: Monetary Policy and the Maturity Structure of Public Debt
Discussant 1. Victor Degorce, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (France)
Discussant 2. Christophe Blot, OFCE (France)

 

Philipp Poyntner, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria)
Title: Effects of the ECB’s Unconventional Monetary Policy on Real and Financial Wealth
Discussant 1. Michele Andreolli, London Business School (UK)
Discussant 2. Hamza Bennani, University of Nantes (France)

Sessions and covered topics:

International macroeconomics and finance (JEL):

  • Exchange rates, exchange-rate regimes, international monetary system;
  • Economic growth, business cycles, inequalities and economic policies;
  • Banking economics and central banking; systemic risk, microprudential and macroprudential supervisions;
  • Political economy on international macroeconomics and finance;
  • Economic history on international macroeconomics and finance, cliometrics;
  • International macroeconomics: other topics.

Priority will be given to papers with original contributions and empirical applications that address a relevant economic question within the aforementioned topics and have no senior co-authors. 

Organizing Committee:

 

AGENDA

mardi 6 décembre 2022

Recherche et Economie et Socioéconomie Politique, des Institutions et des Régulations (RESPIR)

Eric Monnet (EHESS et PSE)

Le rôle d’amortisseur des banques centrales – une perspective historique

jeudi 8 décembre 2022

Lunch

Georges Prat

12h - 13h, salle 110

Modeling ex-ante risk premiums in the oil market

lundi 12 décembre 2022

Law, Institutions and Economics in Nanterre (LIEN)

Clément Brébion (Copenhagen BS)

En salle 614 et en distanciel

Unemployment Insurance Eligibility and Employment Duration

mardi 13 décembre 2022

Développement Durable Environnement et Energie (DDEE)

Nicolas Astier (Paris School of Economics)

16h-17h

Riding together: eliciting travelers’ preferences for long-distance carpooling

mercredi 14 décembre 2022

Économies du monde musulman

Mohamed Touati Tliba (École Supérieure de Commerce, Alger)

The scientific wealth of nations with special reference to MENA region: a cross-country productivity analysis of academic research

jeudi 15 décembre 2022

Doctorants

Pablo Aguilar Perez

TBA

jeudi 15 décembre 2022

Groupe de travail « Intelligence artificielle »

Matthieu Lapaty (UPMC)

TBA

jeudi 15 décembre 2022

Groupe de travail Economie Comportementale

Magali Dumontet

TBA

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