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2012-2013
  • Marcel Voia (Carleton University), 27 mai 2013, Environmental Kuznets Curve: Tipping Points, Uncertainty and Weak Identification
  • Kelly Labart (FERDI), 17 mai 2013, A Pluri-Ethno-Linguistic Fragmentation Index
  • Felix Povel (KfW, University of Göttingen), 5 avril 2013, Utility, Risk, and Demand for Incomplete Insurance: Lab Experiments with Guatemalan Cooperatives
  • Karine Marazyan (Paris School of Economics), 29 mars 2013, Resource Allocation in Non-Traditional Sibships: An Empirical Investigation for Senegal and Cameroon
  • Michel Normandin (HEC Montréal), 22 mars 2013, Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: A Disaggregate Analysis of the Effects of Public Spending in the U.S.
  • Pedro Cavalcanti-Ferreira (Fundação Getulio Vargas), 19 mars 2013, Globalization and the Industrial Revolution
  • Michel Beine (CREA, Université du Luxembourg), 22 février 2013, Climatic Factors as Determinants of International Migration
  • Jules Tapsoba (International Monetary Fund), 12 février 2013, Options and Strategies for Fiscal Consolidation in India
  • Frédéric Docquier (IRES, Université catholique de Louvain), 8 février 2013, Informality and long-run growth
  • Florent Bresson (LEO, Université d’Orleans), 11 janvier 2013, When more does not necessarily mean better: Health-poverty comparisons with non-monotone welfare relationships
  • Pierre-Richard Agénor (University of Manchester), 25 octobre 2012, Middle Income Growth Traps
  • Maëlys de la Rupelle (Université de Namur), 16 octobre 2012, Inequality Persistence and Revolution: What can we learn from the Long March in China?
  • Jean-Pascal Bassino (IAO, ENS de Lyon), 12 octobre 2012, Japan and the Great Divergence
  • Guilhem Cassan (Université de Namur), 5 octobre 2012, The Impact of Positive Discrimination education in India: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
  • Karen Macours (Paris School of Economics), 21 septembre 2012, Transfers, Diversification and Household Risk Strategies: Experimental Evidence with Lessons from Climate Change Adaptation
2011-2012
  • Christian Ebeke (International Monetary Fund), 16 mai 2012, Are Migrant Remittances a Source of International Business Cycle Synchronization? Evidence from Aggregate and Bilateral Panel Data
  • Kristina Czura (Goethe University, Frankfurt), 7 mai 2012, Do flexible repayment schedules improve the impact of microcredits? Evidence from a randomized evaluation in rural India
  • Jean-Marc Callois (ISTREACEMAGREF), 4 mai 2012, Social interaction and economic organization: towards the rise of social economy?
  • Thomas Barré (Université Paris-Est, Marne-La-Vallée), 27 avril 2012, On the possibility of futures for the Vietnamese rice sector
  • Timothée Demont (University of Namur), 24 avril 2012, Microfinance Spillovers: a Model and some Facts about Competition on Informal Credit Markets
  • Alain Desdoigts (Paris School of Economics), 30 mars 2012, Deforestation, migration, and land reforms: Côte d’Ivoire between land disputes and agrarian transition
  • Bernard Hoekman (World Bank), 29 mars 2012, Determinants of Trade Policy Responses to the 2008 Financial Crisis
  • Steven M. Helfand (University of California, Riverside UCR), 28 mars 2012, Productivity and Poverty among Family Farmers in Brazil
  • Jonathan Goyette (Université de Sherbrooke), 22 mars 2012, Application officielle et officieuse de la VAT: le cas de l’Ouganda
  • Bertrand Wigniolle (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), 6 mars 2012, Optimism, pessimism and financial bubbles
  • Roland Pongou (Université d’Ottawa), 6 février 2012, Anonymity and Infidelity: Ethnic Identity, Strategic Cross-Ethnic Sexual Network Formation, and HIV/AIDS in Africa
  • José Gustavo Feres (Instituto de Pesquisa Economica Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro), 27 janvier 2012, Changement climatique et taux de mortalité au Brésil
2009-2010
  • Benjamin Williams, (Université d’Auvergne – CRCGM), Speculative Bubbles Dynamics and the Role of Anchoring
  • Paul Collier, (Oxford University Economics Department – Centre for the Study of African Economies), The plundered planet
  • Silvio H.T. Tai, (TEAM, Université Paris 1 et Université de Genève), Individual attitudes towards migration:a reexamination of the evidence 
  • Mélanie Heugues, (LERNA, Toulouse School of Economics), A New Eye on the Greenhouse Gas Emissions’ Control
  • Romain Restout, (Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Défense, EconomiX, et Ecole Normale Supérieure LSH. Gate), The Balassa-Samuelson model in general equilibrium with markup variations
  • Lionel Richefort, (CIRAD, UMR Gestion de l’eau, acteurs et usages, et CERESUR, Université de la Réunion), Imitation, rationalité et adoption de technologies d’irrigation améliorées à l’île de la Réunion
  • Selin Ozyurt, (LAMETA, Université de Montpellier), Openness and Per Capita Income Spillovers in Chinese Cities: A Spatial Econometric Perspective
  • Johanna Choumert, (UMR GRANEM, AGROCAMPUS OUEST, Institut National d’Horticulture et de Paysage, Angers), The provision of urban parks: an empirical test of spatial spillovers in an urban area using geographic information systems,
  • Marc Leandri (Ecole polytechnique, Département d’économie), The shadow price of assimilative capacity in optimal flow pollution control, et Ocean’s 2: assimilative capacity degradation and optimal pollution control for climate change policy
  • Laëtitia Duval (Université de Nantes, LEMNA), Longitudinal Evidence on Income Expectations in Albania: Do Remittances matter?
  • Eliane El Badaoui (THEMA, Université Cergy-Pontoise), Transfers within the Extended Family: Theory and Evidence from South Africa
  • Natacha Raffin (Paris School of Economics, CES, Université Paris 1), Education and the Political Economy of Environmental Protection.
  • Fabien Moizeau, (Université Rennes 1, Centre de recherche en économie et management ),  Risk and the Endogenous Formation of Risk-sharing Coalitions
  • Hubert Kempf, (Université Paris 1 et Banque de France), Deposit Insurance without Commitment: Wall St. vs. Main St.
  • Nelly Exbrayat, (Université d’Auvergne, CERDI),  Trade integration and business tax differentials: theory and evidence from OECD countries
  • Peter Heller, (Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies- The Johns Hopkins University), Vieillissement de la population et systèmes de retraite 
2008 / 2009
  • Bernard Gauthier, (HEC Montréal), Governance And Oil Revenues in Cameroon
  • Vianney Dequiedt, (CERDI-Université d’Auvergne), On the Design of Preshipment Inspection Programs
  • Guillaume Girmens, (EPEE, Université d’Evry-Val-d’Essonne), Alcoa re-revisité : Recyclage, pouvoir de marché et politiques environnementales
  • François Tande, (GEM-Sciences Po Paris), Information Search and the Burden of Proof in WTO Disputes
  • Solenne Tanguy (Un. Pierre Mendès-France, Grenoble), Optimal unemployment insurance and job search monitoring
  • Stéphane Straub, (Toulouse School of Economics, ARQADE), “La Patria Contratista”: Public procurement and Rent-Seeking in Paraguay
  • Ming Lu, (Fudan Un. Shanghaï), Happiness in the Dual Society of Urban China: Huko Identity, Horizontal Inequality and Heterogeneous Reference
  • Alain Joyandet, (Secrétaire d’Etat chargé de la coopération et de la francophonie, MAE). La politique de coopération de la France
  • Olivier Damette, (BETA, Banque de France) Forêts, institutions et la malédiction des ressources
  • Julien Vauday, (Paris 1, Polytechnique), Live or Let Die: Intra-Sectoral Lobbying on Entry
  • Ion Lapteacru, (LARE-efi, Bordeaux IV), La transmission de la politique monétaire dans les PECO : quel est le rôle du pouvoir de marché et de l’efficience des banques?
  • Isabelle Piot-Lepetit, (INRA – Rennes), Technological externalities and environmental policy: How to simulate manure management regulation within a DEA framework 
  • Sandra Poncet, (Université Paris 11 et CEPII) How are wages set in Beijing ?
  • Philippe Quirion, (CIRED-CNRS and LMD-IPSL), Weather-index drought insurance in Burkina-Faso: assessment of its potential interest to farmers using historical data
  • Paul Collier, (Oxford University), Wars, Guns, and Votes: Democracy in Dangerous Places
  • Marc-Alexandre Senegas, (Gretha, Université Bordeaux 4), The inflation-output variability trade-off and monetary policy performances under model uncertainty. Comparing Bayesian and robust control approaches
  • Kelly Labar, (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO), Halle/ Saale), The Parents’ Changing Role in determining the Young Chinese’ Success in School
  • Julie Subervie, (Cemagref, UMR Métafort), Utilisation des méthodes de matching pour l’évaluation des politiques agro-environnementales: l’exemple des MAE en France
  • Grégoire Rota-Graziosi, (CERDI, U. d’Auvergne), Leadership in Public Good Provision: a Timing Game Perspective
  • Florent Bresson, (Cemafi, U. Nice Sophia Antipolis), Multidimensional Poverty Measurement with the Weak Focus Axiom
  • Agnès Benassy-Quere, (CEPII et Paris 10), La maladie hollandaise en union monétaire : application à l’Afrique de l’ouest
  • Léonce Ndikumana, (BAD, directeur du Département Recherche) et Désiré Vencatachellum (BAD, Chercheur Principal), La politique de recherche de la BAD 
  • Alexandru Minea, (CERDI, Université d’Auvergne), Financial development, institutional quality and inflation targeting
  • Jean-Michel Severino, (AFD, Directeur Général), Les fondements de l’aide au développement et les défis posés par la crise actuelle 
  • Byasdeb Dasgupta, (University of Kalyani, West Bengal, India), A Comparative Assessment of the Post-reform Chinese and Indian Economy with reference to their Financial and Foreign Capital Regime 
  • Martial Foucalt, Univ. Montréal et European University Institute, Public spending, public deficits and government coalitions
2007 / 2008 
  • Desiré Vencatachellum , (Banque Africaine de développement), Testing for Asymetric Information and Adverse Selection in an English Auction: the Case of Mauritian Slavery 
  • Eric Dubois, (CERAPS, Lille 2),  Situation politico-économique et résultats des élections législatives françaises
  • Louis M. Imbeau, (Center for the Analysis of Public Policy – Dpt of Political Science Laval University), Neither Corruption Nor Tyranny: Power Abuse in a Public Administration
  • Rémi Bazillier, (Paris 1 – Paris School of Economics), Core Labour Standards and Development: Impact on long-term Income
  • Gilles Dufrenot, (DEFI – Université Aix Marseille et CEPII),  Le commerce international stimule-t-il le développement écoomique des pays pauvres d’Afrique ? : une approche par les régressions quantiles
  • Alenxandru Minea, (Université d’Orléans – LEO), Investissement public et effets non linéaires des déficits budgétaires
  • Bernard Gauthier, (Université de Montréal), Micro-level Approaches to Measure Corruption and Efficiency of Public. Services: PETS and QSDS with an Application on the Health Sector in Chad
  • Yong He, (CERDI – Université d’Auvergne), Dutch Disease, Intra-regional Trade and Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa 
  • Céline Carrere, (CERDI- Université d’Auvergne), Fiscal Spendings and Economic Performance: Some Stylized Facts 
  • Jean-Louis Arcand, (CERDI- Université d’Auvergne), Essential Heterogeneity in the Impact of Community Driven Development