Two seminar series are organized during Spring 2022. The joint Digital Economics Seminar (jDES) is online and organized in cooperation with the jDES network.
Jan/28, 15.00 [jDES]: Bruno Carballa Smichowski (JRC): When ‘the’ market loses its relevance: an empirical analysis of demand-side linkages in platform ecosystems (joint with N. Duch-Brown, A. Gomez-Losada, and B. Martens)
Feb/11, 15.00 [jDES]: Ambre Nicolle (ENSAI - CREST): The impact of trade wars on uninvolved countries: Evidence from the smartphone market
Feb/25, 15.00 [jDES]: Michael Luca (Harvard Business School): Designing inclusive platforms (joint with A. Aneja and O.Reshef)
Mar/18, 15.00 [jDES]: Robert Somogyi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics): News Media Bargaining Codes (joint with L. Sandrini)
Apr/22, 15.00 [jDES]: Alexandre de Cornière (TSE): Data-driven mergers (joint with G. Taylor)
May/27, 15.00 [jDES]: Anna Kerkhof (ifo Institute for Economic Research): Debunking fake news on social media: short- and longer-term effects of fact checking and media literacy interventions (joint with F. Mindl, L.M. Müller, and J. Münster)
An in-person seminar series is organized on Thursday at Télécom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris (Palaiseau, 31 boulevard Thomas Gobert).
Feb/10, 14:00: Thomas Lambert (Rotterdam School of Management): Spillovers in Crowdfunding (joint with P. Belleflamme and A. Schwienbacher)
Feb/24, 14:00: Roland Rathelot (ENSAE - CREST): How do women and men search for jobs? (joint with L. Hensvik and T. Le Barbanchon)
May/19, 14:00: Alessandro Acquisti (Carnegie Mellon University): Behavioral advertising and consumer welfare: An empirical investigation (joint with E. Mustri and I. Adjerid) [CANCELLED]
Jun/22, 14.00: Idris Adjerid (Virginia Tech): Privacy Regulation and Barriers to Public Health (joint with J. Buckman, and C. E. Tucker)