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Home | Events Archive | POSTPONED Economics of Gender and the Workplace - Workshop 2020
Workshop

POSTPONED Economics of Gender and the Workplace - Workshop 2020


  • Speaker
    See program for Speakers
  • Field
    Empirical Microeconomics
  • Location
    Erasmus University
    Rotterdam
  • Date and time

    March 26 2020, 09:00 until March 27 2020, 15:30

Thursday 26 March

Location: Van der Goot Building, room Heidelberg (M1-16)


09:00 Welcome & Coffee
09h15- 09h30 Welcome by Anne Boring (Erasmus School of Economics)
Gender Diversity in Firms (with Ghazala Azmat)
09h30- 10h15 Jamin Speer (University of Memphis)
Bye Bye Ms. American Sci: Women and the Leaky STEM Pipeline
10h15- 11h00 Thomas Buser (University of Amsterdam)
The social origins of gender differences in competitiveness: socioeconomic background and causal evidence from a mentoring intervention (with Armin Falk and Fabian Kosse)
11h00- 11h15 Coffee break
11h15- 12h00

Yosh Halberstam (University of Toronto)

Voice at Work
12h00- 12h45

Huyen Nguyen (Erasmus School of Economics )

The (Great) Persuasion Divide? Gender Disparities in Debate Speeches & Evaluations
12h45- 14h00 Lunch
14h00- 15h00

Keynote Presentation Ghazala Azmat (Sciences Po)

Gender Gaps among Young Professionals
15h00- 15h30 Coffee break
15h30- 16h15

Anja Prummer (Queen Mary University)

Optimal Discrimination (with Francesco Nava)
16h15- 17h00

Anna Minasyan (University of Groningen)

Affirmative Action and Intersectionality at the Top: Evidence from South Africa (with Stephan Klasen)
17h00- 17h45

Olle Folke (Uppsala University) and Johanna Rickne (Swedish Institute

for Social Research, Stockholm University ) Sexual Harassment and

gender inequality on the labor market

18h00- 22h30 Drinks and dinner

Friday 27 March

Location: Theil Building, room C1-2


09h00 Welcome & Coffee
09h15- 10h00 Christina Rott (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Advice from women and men and selection into competition (with Jordi Brandts)
10h00- 10h45 Dominque Meurs (Paris Nanterre & INED)
Careers of Elite School Graduates: evidence from a French large firm (with Laurent Gobillon, Marion Leturcq, Sebastien Roux)
10h45- 11h15 Coffee break
11h15- 12h00 Suzanne Bijkerk (Erasmus School of Economics)
The Consequences of Labor-Market Quotas for the Wages of Promoted Women (with Silvia Dominguez-Martinez, Jurjen Kamphorst, and Otto Swank)
12h00- 12:45 Katrin Scharfenkamp (University of Duisburg-Essen )
Unintended consequences of gender quotas on boards (with Astrid Kunze)
12h45- 14h00 Lunch
14h00- 14h45 Eva Ranehill (University of Gothenburg)
A man’s world? The impact of a male dominated environment on female leadership (with Andreas Born and Anna Sandberg)
14h45- 15h30 Aline Zucco (German Institute for Economic Research, DIW Berlin)
A question of gender? How promotions affect earnings (with Ann-Christin Bächmann)