ANR “Social Interactions, Stratification and Inequality” (ANR 12-INEG-0002)
The research project “Social Interactions, Stratification and Inequality” (ANR-12-INEG-0002) benefits from the funding of the ANR program “Métamorphoses des societés : Inégalités-inégalité” for the period 2013-2015.
Over the last decade, developments in both behavioral economics and network theory have offered new models of social interactions. These theories allow to better understand the role of peer influence and externalities in urban segregation and inequality. This Summer School is devoted to the study of the recent advances in these fields. Two leading researchers have been invited. Steven Durlauf will first deliver a 6 hours lecture on his works on social interactions. Matthew Jackson will then give a 6 hours lecture on his research on social networks. The final day will provide to the participants the opportunity to present their paper to the audience. No more than 8 papers will be selected.
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Paper submission 15th of March 2016
The selection of the speakers will be announced by the 30th of March 2016.
The program will be available on the 10th of April 2016.
Registration without paper submission : 30th of April 2016
Faculty of Economics, University of Rennes 1
7, Place Hoche
No registration fees are demanded. The Summer School is sponsored by the ANR.
It is part of the ANR project “Social Interactions, Stratification and Inequality” (ANR 12-INEG-0002).
Participants can select and book their accomodation on the website of the Rennes Tourism Office.
Participants are asked to finance their travel and accommodation expenses by their own University.
Lunches will be offered by CREM.
About Rennes :
- David Bardey, Universidad de los Andes.
- David Dickinson,Appalachian State University.
- Nicolas Gravel, Aix-Marseille Université.
- Fernando Jaramillo, Universidad del Rosario.
- Sophie Larribeau, CREM, Université de Rennes 1.
- David Masclet, CNRS-CREM.
- Fabien Moizeau, CREM, Université de Rennes 1.
- Michel Poitevin, Université de Montréal.
- Benoît Tarroux, CREM, Université de Rennes 1.
- Jean-Christophe Vergnaud, CNRS-Université Paris 1, Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne.
- Yves Zenou, Stockholm University.
Three lectures by Steven Durlauf (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
« Some Microfoundations for the Great Gatsby Curve »
- 09:30-10:00 - Registration and Welcome Coffee
- 10:00-12:00 - Lecture one
Social Interactions : Great Gatsby Curve as Empirical Background
Social Interactions : General Ideas
- 12:00-13:30 - Lunch
- 13:30-15:30 - Lecture two
Social Interactions : Theory
Social Interactions : The Identification Problem
- 15:30-17:00 - Coffee break and rest
- 17:00-19:00 - Lecture three
Some Microfoundations for the Great Gatsby Curve
Day 2 - Tuesday, June 7th (Amphi Henri Krier)
9:00 - Welcome Coffee
- 9:10 - Segregation and the Perception of the Minority
Florent Dubois (Aix-Marseille School of Economics, AMSE)
Co-authored with Christophe Muller
- 10:10 - A brief History of Human Time : Exploring a database of « notable people »
Morgane Laouenan (CES, University of Paris 1)
Co-authored with Olivier Gergaud and Etienne Wasmer
11:10 - Coffee Break
- 11:30 - Network effects and the Black-White disparities in the labor market
Gergely Horvath (Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch
13:30 - 14:00 - Meeting of the ANR group
- 14:00 - Identifying neighborhood effects in repeated cross sections. a study of labor informality in Bogotá
Sergio Alberto Montoya Cruz (Rosario University, Bogotá, Colombia)
- 15:00 - A Paradox of Economic Prosperity and Social Integration ?
Zhiling Wang (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
16:00 - Coffee Break
- 16:20 - Getting a Job from My Unemployed Friends : A Social Network Perspective
Rui Zhang (Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, China)
18:45 - Visit of the Brittany Regional Contemporary Art Fund (FRAC)
Meeting point : In front of the Building « Brasserie Hoche »
20:00 - Gala Dinner at « Art’n Cook »
Day 3 - Wednesday, June 8th (Amphi Henri Krier)
Three lectures by Matthew Jackson (Standford University)
08:30-09:00 - Welcome Coffee
09:00-11:00 - Lecture 1
Networks and Centrality
11:00-11:30 - Coffee break
11:30-13:30 - Lecture 2
Modeling Behavior on Networks and the Impact of Homophily
13:30-14:30 - Lunch
14:30-16:30 - Lecture 3
Network Formation and Dynamics
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