Applied Microeconomics: Political Economics, Gender, IO

Presentations by young economists

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Date: 26 August 2022

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Applied Microeconomics: Political Economics, Gender, IO (2022) - Presentations by young economists

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Applied Microeconomics: Political Economics, Gender, IO
Hotel Bayer. Hof with Laureates, Joshua D. Angrist, Paul R. Milgrom, Richard H. Thaler

The follwing speakers present their work during the Next Gen Economics:

The Geography of Black Economic Progress After Slavery
Lukas Althoff
Princeton University, United States of America

Can Wage Transparency Alleviate Gender Sorting in the Labor Market?
Lennart Ziegler
University of Vienna, Austria

The Unswayed Voter: How a Polarized Electorate Responds to Economic Growth
Robert Embree
University of Toronto, Canada

Gender Norms and Specialization in Household Production: Evidence from a Danish Parental Leave Reform
Anne Sophie Lassen
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Who Is to Suffer? Quantifying the Impact of Sanctions on German Firms
Saskia Meuchelböck
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany

Building the “Rainbow Nation“ Through Mass Media: Television, Cultural Diversity, and National Unity in Post-apartheid South Africa
Tomohiro Hara
Musashi University, Japan

Earnings Disclosure by Politicians
Carina Neisser
University of Cologne, Germany

The Racial Gap in the Patenting Process
Gaia Dossi
London School of Economics, United Kingdom

Modern Slavery - An Empirical Analysis
Bianca Willert
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Moderator: Torsten Persson
Stockholm University, Sweden