Conferences & workshop

20th Brucchi-Luchino Labor Economics Workshop

Day 1: Thursday, December 1

08.30-09.00: Registration

09.00-10.00: Keynote 1: Libertad González (UPF) – The State and the Family: (Desired and Undesired) Effects of Family Policies

Chair: Maria De Paola (Università della Calabria)

10.00-11.00: Session 1 – Chair: Maria De Paola (Università della Calabria)

Valeria Zurla (University of Naples Federico II & CSEF)  – How Should We Design Parental Leave Policies? Evidence from Two Reforms in Italy

Pauline Carry (CREST) – The Effects of Minimum Working Hours: Theory and Evidence

11.00-11.30: Coffee Break

11:30-13:00: Session 2 – Chair: Michele Pellizzari (Geneva School of Economics and Management, University of Geneva)

Francesco Del Prato (PSE) – Heterogeneous Responses of Productivity to Labor Market Reforms

Gennaro Rossi (University of Sheffield) – Urban Regeneration Projects and Crime: Evidence from Glasgow

Diogo G. C. Britto (Bocconi University) – Parenthood, Crime and Domestic Violence in Brazil

13.00-14.30 Lunch 

14.30-15.30: Flash Session 1 – Chair: Roberto Nisticò (University of Naples Federico II & CSEF)

Alessandro Toppeta (UCL) – Skill Formation with Siblings

Veronica Rattini (University of Milan) – The Effects of Financial Aid on Graduation and Labor Market Outcomes: New evidence from Matched Education-Labor Data

Giulio Zanella (University of Bologna) – College education, intelligence, and disadvantage: policy lessons from the UK in 1960-2004

Daniel Kreisman (Georgia State University) – Tuition, graduation, debt and earnings: learning from small shocks and big data

15.30-16.00: Coffee Break

16.00-18.00: Session 3 – Chair: Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milan)

Michele Giannola (University of Naples Federico II & CSEF) – Helping Struggling Students and Benefiting All: Peer Effects in Primary Education

Diego Battiston (University of Edinburgh) – Peer Pressure and Manager Pressure in Organisations

Matteo Sandi (Catholic University of Milan) – Productivity and Teamwork: Double Crewing For Police

Timea Laura Molnar (Central European University) – Accident-Induced Absence from Work and Job Ladders

20.00-23.00: Social Dinner at “Borgo Antico” Restaurant

Day 2: Friday, December 2

09.00-09.45: Flash Session 2 – Chair: Marco Leonardi (University of Milan)

Elena Pisanelli (EUI) – A new turning point for women: artificial intelligence as a tool for reducing gender discrimination in hiring

Andrea Alati (Bank of England) – A labor market sorting model of scarring and hysteresis

Ivan Lagrosa (CEMFI) – Income dynamics in dual labor markets

09.45-10.15: Coffee Break

10.15-11.15: Session 4 – Chair: Giovanni Pica (Università della Svizzera Italiana)

Jakub Lonsky (University of Liverpool) – Dreaming of Leaving the Nest? Immigration Status and the Living Arrangements of DACAmented

Anna Cecilia Rosso (University of Insubria) – Emigration and Innovation: How industrial policy can affect the decision to emigrate

11.15-12.15: Keynote 2: Tullio Jappelli (University of Naples Federico II & CSEF) – Wealth Shocks and Labor Supply

Chair: Giovanni Pica (Università della Svizzera Italiana)

12.15-13.30: Lunch