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CENTER for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions

NES Research Seminars / Научные семинары РЭШ

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Time 1:45 PM Adress: 100 Novaya Street, Skolkovo, Moscow, New Economic School


2017 - 2018

Sep-1 Glenn Magerman, Université libre de Bruxelles
"The Origins of Firm Heterogeneity: A Production Network Approach” 
Sep-8 Francisco Gomez, London Business School "The Cross-Section of Household Preferences"
Sep-19 Carlo Favero, Bocconi University

"Is it the "How" or the "When" that Matters in Fiscal Adjustments?"

Sep-22 Hongda Zhong, LSE  "A Theory of Multi-Period Debt Structure
Sep-29 Aaron Flaaen, Federal Reserve Board  "Multinationals, Offshoring, and the Decline of U.S. Manufacturing
 Oct-6 Ricard Gil,  Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore  "What Do News Aggregators Do? Evidence from Google News in Spain and Germany"
 Oct-17 Carles Boix, Princeton

"Endogenous Parliaments: Urban Agglomeration, Technological Accumulation, and the Deep Roots of Executive Constraints in Europe"

 Oct-17 Alicia AdseraPrinceton  “The Impact of transition on Wellbeing” joint with Francesca Dalla Pozza, Sergei Guriev, Lukas Kleine-Rueschkamp and Elena Nikolova
 Oct-20 Julian HinzKiel Institute for the World Economy  "Friendly Fire: The Trade Impact of the Russia Sanctions and Counter-Sanctions"
 Nov-3 Galina Zudenkova, Mannheim  "Incumbents' Performance and Political Polarization"
 Nov-9 Timothy Van-Zandt, INSEAD  "Trading Off Flexibility in Health Insurance Choice"
 Nov-10 Arthur FishmanBar Ilan University  "Collective Brands
 Nov-24 Stephen HansenUniversity of Oxford  “The Long-Run Information Effect of Central Bank Text” join with Michael McMahon and Matthew Tong
 Dec-1 Kirill Borusyak, Harvard University   "The Distributional Effects of Trade: Theory and Evidence from the United States"
 Mar-16 David Dillenberger, University of Pennsylvania  
 Mar-23 Margaret Meyer, Oxford University   
 Mar-30 Jonathan Chapman, NYU Abu Dhabi  
 Apr-6  Alexander Wagner, University of Zurich  
 Apr-20  Dean Yang, Michigan  
 Apr-27  Dominic Rohner, University of Lausanne  
 May-18  Vikrant Vig, London Business School  
 May-25  Giancarlo Spagnolo, SITE  
 May-28  Laura Alfaro, Harvard  
 Jun-1  Marek WaretkaWisconsin  
 Jun-8   David Weiss  

*Job Market Seminar
** NES CSDSI Research Seminar

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January 24-25, Davos, Russian House 2018. NES Rector Professor Shlomo Weber will speak at panel discussions "It’s More Than Just Football: Realizing the Opportunities of World Cup 2018" (January 24, 17:00 – 18:00) and "Russia – USA bilateral relations one year on" (January 25, 13:00 – 14:00). Program >>>
January 24 / 1.45 pm, r. 114 NES Job Market Seminar: Jascisens Vitalijs (Toulouse School of Economics) "Can Entry Mitigate the Effect of Inflated Reserve Prices in Public Procurement?"
July 9–11, 2018, Moscow, Russia. An international conference on the Economics of Football.  Among the invited speakers are: Shlomo Weber (New Economic School), Konstantin Sonin (University of Chicago; Higher School of Economics), Wladimir Andreff (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Tim Pawlowski (University of Tübingen), Alex Krumer (University of St. Gallen), David Forrest (University of Liverpool) and others. Authors are invited to submit a 1-page abstracts or, preferably, the full paper by January 31, 2018. Notifications of acceptance will be sent to authors by February 28, 2018. Full text must be submitted by June 1, 2018. To apply for the conference, please send an email including your name, affiliation, position and your abstract or full paper to Dmitry Dagaev (ddagaev(at)
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