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Seminars

  • "Lunch" Seminar
    Frank Walsh (University College Dublin – professeur invité EconomiX)
    The Effect of Migration on the Wage of Natives, Accounting for Labour Supply
  • Séminaire "Développement Durable Environnement et Energie"
    Agustin Perez Barahona (Thema - Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
    Protecting Species Through Legislation: The Case of Sea Turtles

    We evaluate the effectiveness of legislation in reducing the negative impacts of beachfront lighting on sea turtle nesting activity, one of the main threats to the species. To this end we construct a time varying index of ordinance effectiveness across Florida counties and combine this with loggerhead nesting data to create a panel data set covering a 26 year period. Our econometric findings show that such legislation can significantly increase nesting activity, where current levels of protection result in an additional 34 per cent. Using our estimates within a calibrated population model we also demonstrate that legislation can reduce the time to the animals' extinction. Finally, when considering estimates of local willingness to pay for sea turtle preservation, we show that alternatively raising sea turtles in captivity under a head start program may be prohibitively expensive.

  • Séminaire "Économies du monde musulman II"
    Islam Abdelbary, Chercheur sénior en économie, Académie Arabe des Sciences, Technologies et Transport Maritime, Alexandrie Égypte
    From Revolutions to Institutions: The Experience of Arab Reform

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  • Séminaire "Histoire de la Pensée Economique et Philosophie Economique"
    Olivier Rosell
    Marché du travail et reproduction du capital chez R. Torrens
  • Séminaire "Doctorants"
    Kymble Christophe (EconomiX)
    EU R&D programs and firm's economic performances

    Discutants: Benjamin Monnery en senior et par Aurelien Quignon en junior

Visiting professors

Working papers

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Last 5 working papers published in REPEC

2019-7 "Les déterminants locaux de la participation numérique au Grand débat national : une analyse économétrique"
Hamza Bennani, Pauline Gandré, Benjamin Monnery
2019-6 "Heterogeneity within the euro area: New insights into an old story"
Virginie Coudert, Cécile Couharde, Carl Grekou, Valérie Mignon
2019-5 "Mind the Conversion Risk: a Theoretical Assessment of Contingent Convertible Bonds"
Gaëtan Le Quang
2019-4 "On the impact of capital and liquidity ratios on financial stability"
Pierre Durand
2019-3 "Mitigation strategies under the threat of solar radiation management"
Fabien Prieur, Ingmar Schumacher, Martin Quaas

Journal

According to the CNRS categorization of journals in economics and management (December 2017, v. 5.02)

Last 3 publications in top-ranked journals

Meurs Dominique, Valat Emmanuel, (2019), « A Better Job thanks to Personal Networks? An Evaluation for Migrants who Arrived in France before Age 18 », Applied Economics, (A paraître).
Melcarne Alessandro, Marciano Alain, Ramello Giovanni Battista, (2019), « The economic importance of judicial institutions, their performance and the proper way to measure them », Journal of Institutional Economics, vol.15, n°1, pp.81-98.
Gnimassoun Blaise, (2019), « L'intégration de l'UEMOA est-elle pro-croissance? », Revue d'Economie Politique, (A paraître).

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