Tuesday, August 24, 14:30 CEST
Implications of the Rise in Non-Bank Financial Intermediation
Speakers: Coming soon
Chair: Coming soon
Organised by the European Central Bank (ECB).
Wednesday, August 25, 13:30 CEST
Title: Coming Soon
Speakers: David Andolfatto (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), Beata Javorcik (University of Oxford) and Ricardo Reis (London School of Economics)
Chair: Diane Coyle (University of Cambridge)
Thursday, August 26, 13:30 CEST
Inequality and Fairness – Lessons from Combining Subjective and Objective Data
Speakers: Stefanie Stantcheva (Harvard University) and Ernst Fehr (University of Zürich)
Chair: Claus Thustrup Kreiner (CEBI, University of Copenhagen)
Organised by Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI) at the University of Copenhagen.
Friday, August 27, from 10:00 CEST
Launch of the EEA Minorities in Economics (MinE) Committee
Much more can be done to promote diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities in the economics profession. The new MinE committee hopes to take a first step forward. The representation of minorities is below population averages, there continue to be overt and covert cases of discrimination and prejudice, there are still too many barriers to access for people with disabilities, and there is limited recourse for being heard. With the launch we would like your input and collaboration to help us identify how to best address these issues. We will have a general discussion and break-out meetings on specific topics. People are invited from various ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities and anyone else interested in related issues or who is concerned/curious. Please join us!
Panellists: Massimo Morelli (Bocconi University), Ghazala Azmat (Sciences Po), Vincent Sterk (UCL), Tim Lee (Queen Mary, University of London)
Moderator: Jan Eeckhout (UPF)
Women in Economics (organised by the WinE Committee of EEA)
Panellists: Marianne Bertrand (Chicago), Ghazala Azmat (Sciences Po) and Camille Landais (London School of Economics)
Moderators: Tore Ellingson (Stockholm School of Economics) and Sigrid Suetens (Tilburg University)
Discussion points: There will be three short presentations plus discussion on these three topics, and then a general discussion at the end on what can/should be done:
- Understanding gender earnings gap
o Different educational choices and labor market choices
o Glass ceiling
- Stereotypes or hard-wired preferences?
o Role of biology, ‘natural’ differences in male-female representation across fields
o Processes of internalization of stereotypes
- Female penalty in academic career
o Different credits for group work and administrative tasks
o Gender bias in academic publishing