Risk and uncertainty play an important role in economic decisions taken by households and firms.
The workshop will provide a platform to discuss empirical and applied works based on micro-data and focusing on topics related to expectations and risks affecting households and firms.
The workshop will bring together 6 junior economists to present and discuss their papers and 6 senior economist as discussant and keynote.
The first keynote lecture will be delivered by Fabiano Schivardi (Luiss University), while a second keynote lecture will be delivered by Giulio Fella (Queen Mary University of London).
Friday May 24th
|12.40-2 p.m.||REGISTRATION AND LUNCH|
|2 - 4 p.m.||FIRST SESSION|
Local labour market and parental perceived returns to schooling: Evidence from panel data
Are They All Like Bill, Mark, and Steve? The Education Premium for Entrepreneurs
Keynote speaker - LUISS University
|4-4.45 p.m.||COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSION|
|4.45- 6.45 p.m.||SECOND SESSION|
|Manuel Mosquera Tarrio||Learning Under Multiple Public Information Sets|
|Understanding Brexit-Related Uncertainties Exploration of the Decision Maker Panel Survey|
Saturday May 25th
|9.15-11.15 a.m.||THIRD SESSION|
|Oh Joonseok||Macro Uncertainty and Unemployment Risk|
Economic implications of recent findings on earnings and wage dynamics
Keynote speaker - Queen Mary University of London
|11.15-11.30 a.m.||COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER SESSION|
|11.30-13.30 a.m||FOURTH SESSION|
|Julio Galvez||Household portfolio choices and nonlinear income risk|
|Gonzalo Paz Pardo||Housing, portfolio choice, and wealth accumulation over the life cycle|