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Keynes Fund & Cambridge-INET Research Days

The Keynes Fund & Cambridge-INET Research days will be held on the 14th and 15th June 2016, in Meade Room, Faculty of Economics.

Venue: Meade Room, Faculty of Economics, Cambridge

Event Date: Friday 1st July 2016

Time: 12:30pm - 05:30pm

3rd Keynes Fund Research Day
14th June 2016
Programme:

12:30-13:30 Lunch (in Stone Room, 4th Floor) followed by a short introduction by Hamid Sabourian. Presentations in Meade room.
13:30- 13:55 Jake Bradley "Stochastic Search, Sorting and Heterogeneity: Labour Market Reforms and Wage Inequality in Germany"
  Project: Search, Sorting and Heterogeneity: A Structural Decomposition of Wage Inequality in Germany
13:55-14:20 Coen Teulings "Regional wages, knowledge spill overs and house prices"
  Project: Residential Land Prices and the Growth of Cities
14:20-14:45 Julia Shvets "Confidence, Memory, and Managerial Performance"
  Project: Understanding differences in performance of managers
14:45-15:00 Break
15:00-15:25 Frederico Lima "The Effect of Public Infrastructure Spending: Evidence from U.S. School Bond Referenda"
  Project: Collect Voting Share Data for Local Bond Referenda
15:25-15:50 Sanjay Jain "Information constraints and the design of microfinance programs"
  Project: International Constraints and Market Failure in Credit Markets: Theory and Evidence from Developing Countries
15:50-16:15 Alice Kuegler "The Responsiveness of Inventing: Evidence from a Patent Fee Reform"
  Project: Do Inventions Respond to Changes in Economic Incentives?
16:15-16.40 Scott Swisher "The effect of infrastructure investment in a low-growth environment"
  Project: A geographical and sectoral view of the Great Depression
16.40-17.05 Chryssi Giannitsarou "Informative social interactions"
  Project: Financial decisions: The role of information through social networks

Cambridge-INET Research Day
14th June 2016
Programme:

9:30-10:10 Anil Ari
  ''Sovereign Risk and Bank Risk-Taking''
10:10-10:20 Discussions
10:20-11:00 Vessela Daskalova
  Discrimination, Social Identity, and Coordination: An Experiment
11:00-11:10 Discussions
11:10-11:50 Scott Swisher
  "An Empirical Framework for Internet Policy: Quantifying the Effect of Net Neutrality Regulation"
11:50-12:00 Discussions
12:00-13:30 Lunch in Stone Room 4th Floor
13:30-14:10 Chen Wang
  "Testing for cointegration in large VARs"
14:10-14:20 Discussions
14:20-15:00 Peter Malec
  "Modelling Intraday Volatility Using Order Book Information: A Semiparametric Approach"
15:00-15:10 Discussions
15:10- 15:30 Coffee break in Marshall Room
15:30-16:10 Tim Uy
  "Lorenzoni-Werning debt restructuring"
16:10-16:20 Discussions

Theme: transmission, networks, empirical, information