Yves Sprumont (Université de Montréal), “Strategy-proof Choice of Acts: Beyond Dictatorship”.
Noelia Rivera (Universidad de Alicante), “Does Education Reduce Sexism? Evidence from the ESS”
Nezih Gunner (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), “Labor Market Frictions and the Lowest Low Fertility”
Victor Lavy (University of Warwick), “The Long-Term Spillover Effects of Redistributive Policy: Evidence from Kibbutzim’s Shift Away from Equal Sharing”
Sarah Parlane (Geary Institute for Public Policy. University College Dublin), “On the Firms’ Decision to Hire Academic Scientists” with Catalina Martínez (CSIC)
Maria de Paola (Department of Economics, Statistics and Finance, University of Calabria and Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn, Germany), “The Effect of Far Right Parties on the Location Choice of Immigrants: Evidence from Lega Nord Mayors”.
Cristina Borra (Universidad de Sevilla), “Adolescence development and the math gender gap”
Mathias Kifmann (University of Hamburg), “The Political Sustainability of a Basic Income Scheme and Social Health Insurance”
Hugo Rodríguez Mendizábal (CSIC), “Narrow banking with modern depository institutions. Is there a reason to panic?”
José María Martín Olalla (Universidad de Sevilla), “The environmental hypothesis in human social behaviour: is the winter day a social trend setter?”
Matilde Machado (Universidad Carlos III), “Asymmetric Information with multiple risks: the case of the Chilean Private Health Insurance Market”
Marcello Sartarelli (Universidad de Alicante), “Can A Nudge Affect Preferences, Beliefs and School Achievement? Evidence from England”
Miguel Ángel Meléndez-Jiménez (Universidad de Málaga), “Institutional flexibility, political alternation and middle-of-the-road policies”.
Rosa Ferrer (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), “Consumers’ Costly Responses to Product-Harm Crises”.
Rebeca Echévarri (Universidad de Navarra): Sex-discrimination in child-birth registering and the implications for gender inequality”
Rafael Serrano (Universidad de Alicante), “Decreasing Hours, the Labor Share, and the Elasticity of Substitution”.
Francisco Martínez Mora (University of Leicester): “Sorting into public school districts under the Boston Mechanism”
Bernardo Moreno (Universidad de Málaga), TBA
Rafael Repullo (CEMFI).