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Tinbergen Institute Lectures

Macro, Family Economics and Gender

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    June 14, 2021
    17:00 - 18:30

TI Economics Lectures 2021: Is replaced with Economic Policy Research Workshop

Michèle Tertilt (University of Mannheim), June 14, 17h00-18h30, on Macro, family economics and gender (possibly pre- and post-COVID19).

Lecture based on papers:

The Impact of Covid-19 on Gender Equality (co-authors: Titan Alon,Matthias Doepke, and Jane Olmstead-Rumsey)

This Time It’s Different: The Role of Women’s Employment in a Pandemic Recession (Titan Alon, Matthias Doepke, and Jane Olmstead-Rumsey)

From Mancession to Shecession: Women’s Employment in Regular and Pandemic Recessions (co-author: Titan Alon, Sena Coskun, Matthias Doepke, and David Koll).

Information for registration and other details can be found on the workshop page

List of speakers:

  1. Emi Nakamura (University of California, Berkeley), May 20, 17h00-18h30 CEST, on Monetary non-neutrality, high frequency identification and the information effect
  2. Pierre Regibeau (European Commission), May 21, 17h00-18h30 CEST, on Competition policy in the digital age
  3. Robert Pindyck (MIT), May 25, 17h00-18h30 CEST, on the Economics of climate change
  4. Michèle Tertilt (University of Mannheim), June 14, 17h00-18h30, on Macro, family economics and gender (possibly pre- and post-COVID19)
  5. Barry Eichengreen (University of California, Berkeley), June 15, 20h00-21h30 CEST, on Public debt: history, theory and policy
  6. Andrés Velasco (LSE), June 28, 17h30-19h00 CEST, on Bridging Research and Policy for Effective Governance