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AMSE – Banque de France Conference « Labor Markets: contributions »

AMSE and Banque de France organize their fourth yearly Labor Market Conference:

Labor market: contributions
3rd and 4th of December 2015

The objectives of this conference, which gathers academics and policy-makers are: 

  • Examine the importance and consequences of labor market institutions
  • Present the Wage Dynamics Network survey and its last results
  • Analyze labor market dynamics
  • Discuss most recent research on discrimination on the labor markets

There will be two keynote lectures, by Juan Jimeno (Bank of Spain) and David Neumark (University of California, Irvine), three three-paper sessions and a roundtable. The roundtable will be devoted to “Minimum wage and labor markets”.

The conference will start on the 3rd of December at 9:00 in Banque de France (31, rue Croix des Petits Champs, Paris) and will continue on the 4th of December until 13:00 at. You may find a program below.

Organizing Committee: Stephen Bazen (AMSE), Sébastien Roux (Banque de France))

Slides de la Conférence

Keynote Session 1

Juan Jimeno (Bank of Spain) Labour market institutions and macroeconomic adjustment during the Great Recession

Session 1: The Wage Dynamics Survey

Ana Lamo (European Central Bank) Firm adjustment during the crisis: evidence from the ESCB-WDN

Stephen Millard (Bank of England) How does labour market structure affect the response of economies to shocks?

Eliana Viviano (Bank of Italy) Credit market access and methods to adjusts firms’ workforce: evidence from Europe
Gregory Verdugo (Université Paris 1) Discussion

Session 2: Labour Market Dynamics and Institutions

Clémence Berson (Banque de France)  Financial Incentives and labor market duality
Stephen Bazen (AMSE, EHESS and CNRS) The Young are not forever Young: the assimilation of Young persons in the labour market in France
Joan Monras (Sciences Po Paris) Minimum Wages and Spatial Equilibrium: Theory and Evidence

Round table: Minimum Wage and Labour Markets 

Alain Trannoy (AMSE)
David Neumark (University of California)
Juan Jimeno (Bank of Spain)
Stephen Bazen (AMSE)


Keynote Session 2

David Neumark (University of California, IRVINE)  Is It Harder for Older Workers to Find Jobs?  New and Improved Evidence from a Field Experiment

Session 3 : Discrimination and Wage Gaps

Sébastien Roux (Banque de France) Have women a really better access to better paid positions in the Public Sector? Counterfactuals based on a job assignment model
Linas Tarasonis (AMSE) The changing nature of gender selection into employment: Southern Europe during the Great Recession
Morgane Laouenan (Sciences Po LIEPP) Hate at First Sight”: Evidence of Consumer Discrimination against African-Americans in the US
Christian Schluter (AMSE) discussion

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