European Association of Labour Economists Tour

EALE Job Market Tour on 18 May 2022
Date
Wednesday 18 May 2022, 10:00 - 17:30
Type
Conference
Space
Erasmus Pavilion
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The EALE Job Market tour is a new initiative to support the career of young economists in the field of Labor Economics. A selected group of the most promising doctoral students in the field of Labor Economics in Europe will be given the opportunity to present their work in three economics departments or institutes in Europe.

Erasmus School of Economics is proud to host the Tour on 18 May. Please register if you wish to attend this exciting new event. For further questions, please contact Anne Gielen or the Economics Department secretariat (ae-secr@ese.eur.nl

Venue

The venue is the Erasmus Paviljoen - Serre, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Campus Woudestein

Programme

10:00-10:30Opening/registration
10:30-11:30Keynote lecture – Erik Plug (University of Amsterdam)
On the family origins of human capital formation: Evidence from donor children
11:30-12:30

Fabrizio Colella (HEC, University of Lausanne)
The Effect of Trade on Skill Requirements:  Evidence from Job Postings

12:30-14:00Lunch
14:00-15:00Elisa Facchetti (Queen Mary University of London)
Police Infrastructure, Police Performance, and Crime: Evidence from Austerity Cuts
15:00-16:00Keynote lecture – Olivier Marie (Erasmus School of Economics)
Moral Barriers to Birth Control Access: How the Pill Changed Dutch Women's Lives - When Religion Did Not Get in the Way
16:00-16:30Coffee break
16:30-17:30Simon ter Meulen (University of Amsterdam)
Long-term Effects of Grade Retention

Registration

To attend the event, please fill in the form below:

Registration

More information

EALE - European Association of Labour Economists.

For further questions, please contact Anne Gielen or the Economics Department secretariat (ae-secr@ese.eur.nl

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