Miren Lafourcade presented her paper “Labour Productivity Gains from the “Greater Paris Express” Rail Project”, co-authored with Pierre-Philippe Combes and Laurent Gobillon, at the 9th European Meeting of the Urban Economics Association. The conference was held in Amsterdam May 31, June 1, 2019.
The workshop organized jointly by UMR Economie Publique INRA-AgroParisTech and RITM was held on 23 and 24 May. The final program is available on the website of the workshop.
The aim of this international workshop is to promote and develop scientific exchanges between economists, econometricians, statisticians, geographers, ecologists, agronomists and mathematicians on spatial (…)
The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 27 may, in Imbert (Jean Monnet – 54 boulevard Desgranges – 92330 Sceaux) from 11:30 to 12:30. Roxana FERNANDEZ (CREST-ENSAE) will present “Spillover effects of entry and city development“.
Abstract: Consumption amenities -such as restaurants and bars- are recognized as important drivers of urban development. Encouraging firms to settle and to provide a rich variety of services is therefore (…)
Aurélie Dudézert a été invitée à donner une conférence à l’Université Ouverte des Compétences le 12 Mars 2019 intitulée « Les choix de l’entreprise devant l’ébranlement digital : Optimiser les taches ou changer organisation et travail ? »
The Joint Economic & Management Finance Research seminar took place on Thursday 17 may, in Room Imbert (Jean Monnet – 54 boulevard Desgranges – 92330 Sceaux) from 12:15 to 13:30. Dominique Guegan (Université Paris 1) presented “Risk and Blockchain“.
The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 13 may, in Imbert (Jean Monnet – 54 boulevard Desgranges – 92330 Sceaux) from 13:00 to 14:00. Mario Larch (Bayreuth U.) will present “Roman Transport Network Connectivity and Economic Integration“.
Jean-Noël Senne was invited at the seminar “Premiers Pas” at the University of Bordeaux on March 28th, 2019. He presented feedbacks and a review of findings from the MIDDAS project. This project, funded through the ANR (2009-2012), aimed at collecting multi-sited and matched data among both Senegalese migrants and their origin families back home to investigate the impact of migration on development in the home country.