17th Doctorissimes (2022)

After two years of absence, the Doctorissimes is back!

The conference will take place on April 7th and 8th, 2022, at the Paris School of Economics (PSE), with research presentations from PhD students within the Doctoral School of Economics Panthéon-Sorbonne (ED 465 EPS).


To celebrate its return, we are delighted to announce the participation of three keynote speakers this year: Alessandra Casella (Columbia University), François Bourguignon (PSE, EHESS, NYU), and Clément Carbonnier (Paris 8).

Conference Program: April 7th

Studying strategic interactions in the lab: a snapshot of projects on the desk of an experimental economist

Keynote speech by Alessandra Casella (Columbia University)

[April 7th, 09:00-10:30, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Thiago Scarelli (PSE)

Morning coffee break

[April 7th, 10:30-10:50, at PSE main hall]

Session 1: International & Macroeconomics

[April 7th, 10:50-12:20, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Jala Youssef (UMR D&S)


  • Shaking up Foreign Finance: FDI in a Post-Disaster World, by Robert Reinhardt (CES)

- Discussant: Sandra Poncet (PSE)


  • Original Sin & Redemption: Foreign Currency Debt and Hedging Strategies in Colombian Non-Financial Firms, by Juan Camilo Medellín (PSE)

- Discussant: Ariell Reshef (CES, PSE)


  • Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy with Multiple Monetary Assets, by Van H. Nguyen (CES)

- Discussant: Jean-Bernard Chatelain (PSE)

Session 2: Applied economics

[April 7th, 14:00-15:30, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Gulnaz Khisamova (CES)


  • PAVED with good intentions : an evaluation of the Gendarmerie predictive policing system, by Gaspard Tissandier (CES)

- Discussant: Philipp Ketz (PSE)


  • Quick renegotiation as opportunistic behaviour? A duration analysis of public contracts, by Vincent Jardine (CES)

- Discussant: Carine Staropoli (PSE)


  • Unequal access to higher education based on parental income: evidence from France, by Cécile Bonneau (PSE)

- Discussant: Elvire Guillaud (CES)

Afternoon coffee break and poster session

[April 7th, 15:30-16:00, at PSE main hall]


  • Who Feels Poor? Transitions into Poverty and Subjective Well-Being, by Eléonore Richard (PSE)

  • Adopting PrEP preventive treatment in the sex market in Côte d’Ivoire, by Clémence Pougué Biyong (CES)

  • Core stability and other applications of minimal balanced collections, by Dylan Laplace Mermoud (CES)

Session 3: Inequality & Welfare

[April 7th, 16:00-17:30, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Peiqi Sun (CES)


  • Inequality Externality Beliefs and Redistributive Preferences, by Morten Nyborg Støstad (PSE)

- Discussant: Antoine Bozio (PSE, EHESS, IPP)


  • Sufficient conditions for a “simple” Second Welfare Theorem with other-regarding preferences, by Van-Quy Nguyen (CES)

- Discussant: Xiangyu Qu (CES)


  • Welfare effects of sovereign default risk on domestic debt holders, by Antoine Sigwalt (CES)

- Discussant: Christoph Grosse Steffen (Banque de France)

Digitalization and inequality

Keynote speech by François Bourguignon (PSE, EHESS, NYU)

[April 7th, 17:30-19:00, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Adham Jaber (CES)

Conference Program: April 8th

Session 4: Development economics

[April 8th, 09:00-10:30, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Julia Hélie (PSE)


  • Unveiling the Cosmic Race: Racial Inequalities in Latin America, by Guillermo Woo-Mora (PSE)

- Discussant: Luc Behaghel (PSE, INRAE, J-PAL)


  • The spillover effect of land grabbing on child nutrition in Africa, by Antoine Castet (UMR D&S)

- Discussant: Thomas Vendryes (CEPS)


  • Inequality of Opportunity and Support for Democracy: Evidence from Transition Countries, by Fabian Reutzel (PSE)

- Discussant: Pedro Javier Soria Espin (PSE)

Morning coffee break

[April 8th, 10:30-10:50, at PSE main hall]

Session 5: Environment & Growth

[April 8th, 10:50-12:20, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Fatoumata Cisse (CES)


  • Transition risks, asset stranding and financial instability in a post-Keynesian stock-flow consistent model of decarbonation trajectories, by Louis Daumas (ENPC)

- Discussant: Antoine Mandel (PSE, CES)


  • Climate change damages on labor and capital, inequality, and the social cost of carbon, by Marie Young-Brun (PSE)

- Discussant: Marc Fleurbaey (PSE)


  • Are we in an uninsurable world yet?, by Eric Vansteenberghe (PSE, EHESS, Banque de France-ACPR)

- Discussant: Pierre-Charles Pradier (CES)

Session 6: Labor & Migration

[April 8th, 14:00-15:30, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Andrea Cinque (CES)


  • It’s a man’s world: culture of abuse, #MeToo and worker flows, by Caroline Coly (PSE)

- Discussant: David Margolis (PSE)


  • Academic Migration and Academic Networks: Evidence from Scholarly Big Data and the Iron Curtain, by Donia Kamel (PSE)

- Discussant: Clement Bosquet (CES)


  • Working Hour Reform and Labor Demand: Evidence from Portuguese 1996 reform, by Kentaro Asai (PSE)

- Discussant: Philippe Askenazy (ENS)

Afternoon coffee break and poster session

[April 8th, 15:30-16:00, at PSE main hall]


  • Adopting PrEP preventive treatment in the sex market in Côte d’Ivoire, by Clémence Pougué Biyong (CES)

  • Who Feels Poor? Transitions into Poverty and Subjective Well-Being, by Eléonore Richard (PSE)

  • Modeling the economy as a dissipative structure, by Gregoire Noel (CES)

Theories and empirics about labor cost and employment

Keynote speech by Clément Carbonnier (Paris 8)

[April 8th, 16:00-17:15, at PSE R2-21]

Chaired by Emmanuel Chávez (PSE)

Cocktail

[April 8th, 17:15-19:00, at PSE main hall]