Séminaires Cournot 2021-2022

Les séminaires Cournot ont généralement lieu le vendredi de 14h à 15h30, en salle du Conseil (A121) à la Faculté des Sciences Économiques et de Gestion – Campus Unistra.

Responsables des séminaires Cournot

Julien Jacob | julienjacob@unistra.fr

Jamel Saadaoui | saadaoui@unistra.fr

Date du séminaireNom de l’intervenantAffiliation principaleTitre de la recherche
10/09/2021Jamel SaadaouiUniversité de StrasbourgThe Political Relation and Trade –  The Case of US, China and Australia
17/09/2021Quitterie RoquebertUniversité de StrasbourgCan informal care help preserving mental health in nursing homes? Evidence of gender effects
24/09/2021Gregory LevieugeBanque de FranceWhen could macroprudential and monetary policies be in conflict?
01/10/2021Sylvie BlascoUniversité du Maine (Le Mans)The effect of automation risk on mental health
08/10/2021
15/10/2021Francesco BogliacinoUniversidad Nacional de ColombiaNegative Economic Shocks and the compliance to Social Norms
22/10/2021Bernard Sinclair-DesgagnéSKEMA Business SchoolHandling the unknown unknowns of innovation
29/10/2021Vacances Toussaint
05/11/2021
12/11/2021Frank WestermannOsnabrück UniversityOn Optimal Currency Areas and Common Cycles: Are the Acceding Countries Ready to Join the Euro?
19/11/2021Muriel Dal Pont LegrandUniversité Côte d’AzurIs there cross-fertilization in macroeconomics?
26/11/2021
03/12/2021ERMEES workshop
10/12/2021Mario PiantaScuola Normale Superiore di PisaThe good jobs-high innovation virtuous circle
17/12/2021Ecem Okan Université de LorraineAdam Smith’s three dimensions of liberty
24/12/2021Vacances de Noël
31/12/2021Vacances de Noël
07/01/2022Thomas LanziUniversité de LorraineCredence Goods and Consumer Feedback
14/01/2022
21/01/2022Shekar ThomarIndian School of BusinessAggregate Shocks, Domestic Trade Collapse and Regional Realignment
28/01/2022Béatrice Boulu-ReshefUniversité d’OrléansVoluntary contributions in cascades: The tragedy of ill-informed leadership
04/02/2022
11/02/2022Partick FèveToulouse School of EconomicsDynamic Indentification in VARs
18/02/2022Vacances février
25/02/2022Gilles Saint-PaulParis School of EconomicsCan consumer society collapse? A theoretical analysis.
04/03/2022Thomas SeegmullerUniversité Aix-MarseilleEntrepreneurship, growth and productivity with bubbles
11/03/2022Jérôme WittwerUniversité de BordeauxMaking health care accessible, do prices matter? Evidence from a means-tested complementary health insurance program in France
18/03/2022Guillaume DaudinUniversité Paris DauphineThe rationality of early modern merchant bookkeeping: a quantitative approach
25/03/2022Rustam RomaniucMontpellier Business SchoolEndogenous and exogenous group formation in a voluntary contribution mechanism
01/04/2022Ragip EgeUniversité de StrasbourgUne des doctrines sociales, politiques et économiques les plus importantes du 19ème siècle: Sant-Simon et le saint-simonisme
08/04/2022Isabelle ChortUniversité de Pau et des Pays de l’AdourAgricultural shocks, coping policies and deforestation: Evidence from the coffee rust epidemic in Mexico
15/04/2022Vacances printemps
22/04/2022Karine ConstantUniversité Paris Est CréteilPollution, children’s health and the evolution of human capital inequality
29/04/2022Alain TrannoyEHESS / AMSEThe outbreak of WW1: a contribution of rational decision-making
06/05/2022Federico PeraliUniversité de VéroneThe Economic and Environmental Impacts of the Recovery Investment Plan in the Italian province of Taranto
13/05/2022Christophe ChamleyBoston UniversityRecherches sur le système financier de Philippe II d’Espagne
20/05/2022Grande conférence 50 ans du BETA
27/05/2022
03/06/2022Thomas DouenneUniversity of AmsterdamOptimal Fiscal Policy in a Second-Best Climate-Economy model with Heterogeneous Agents
10/06/2022Uwe CantnerFriedrich Schiller University JenaTBA.
17/06/2022Cristina BadarauUniversité de BordeauxTBA.
24/06/2022Ekrame BoubtaneUniversité Clermont AuvergneTBA.