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CCME Seminar Series

Microeconomic Evaluation

The CC-ME hosts a Microeconometric Seminar Series to promote discussions with external researchers from academia and other institutions. Moreover, it is intended to disseminate advanced research methodologies and topics in the field of microeconomic evaluation.

Presentations are held in the webinar format.

Please contact JRC-I1-EVENTS@ec.europa.eu if you wish to participate.

12 January | 14.30Vincenzo Carrieri, Magna Græcia University of CatanzaroHealth's Kitchen: TV, Edutainment and Nutrition 
20 January | 14.30Matthieu Chemin, McGill UniversityLegal Knowledge, Property Rights, and Investment: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Kenya
26 January | 14.30Stefano Gagliarducci, University Tor VergataFaith and Assimilation: The Italian Immigration to the US, with Marco Tabellini
01 February | 14.30Janne Tukiainen, University of TurkuLove Thy (Elected) Neighbor? Residential segregation, political representation and local public goods
09 February | 14.30Dario Guarascio, Sapienza University of RomeWorking from home and the explosion of enduring divides: income, employment and safety risks
23 February | 14.30Ludger Woessmann, University of Munich and ifo Center for the Economics of EducationCan Mentoring Alleviate Family Disadvantage in Adolescence? A Field Experiment to Improve Labor-Market Prospects
02 March | 14.30Gianmarco Daniele, University of MilanCorruption under Austerity
09 March | 14.30Silvana Robone, Università degli studi dell'InsubriaThe effect of minimum wages on health in China 
16 March | 14.30Arnstein Aassve, Bocconi UniversityThe Impact of COVID-19 Policy Responses on Mental Well-being: Evidence from 27 European Countries
23 March | 14.30Roland Rathelot, University of WarwickJob search and labour market tightness during the COVID crisis
13 April | 14.30Skerdilajda Zanaj, University of LuxembourdThe solution of the immigrant paradox: aspirations and expectations of children of migrants
20 April | 14.30Jean-Noël Barrot, HEC ParisSectoral effects of social distancing
27 April | 17.30Giovanni Peri, University of California, DavisIntegration of immigrants in Europe: policies and dynamic
25 May | 14.30Daniela Piazzalunga, University of TrentoTackling the gender gap in mathematics with active learning methodologies
08 June | 14.30Anne Ardila Brenøe, University of ZurichIs Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?
06 July | 14.30Andrea Albanese, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic ResearchMassive hiring subsidies for disadvantaged youths after the Great Recession
14 September | 14.30Tomaso Duso, DIW BerlinA Retrospective Study of State Aid Control in the German Broadband Market
28 September | 14.30Michela Bia, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic ResearchDouble machine learning for sample selection models   
12 October | 15.30Kevin Denny, University College DublinSet identification of the effect of crime victimization on mental health & subjective well-being
16 November | 14.30Erik Christian Montes Schütte, Aarhus UniversityWhy is Machine Learning useful for Macroeconomic Forecasting?
30 November | 14.30Gilberto Turati, Cattolica UniversityCorruption, mass media and medical staff behavior
14 December | 14.30Michela Carlana, Harvard Kennedy SchoolApart but Connected: Online Tutoring to Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19 on Educational Inequality, with E. La Ferrara