Tag Archives: José De Sousa

De Washington à Québec

José De Sousa a présenté Market Integration and Convergence in Consumption Patterns, co-écrit avec Eve Coslon-Sihra et Thierry Mayer à la Federal Reserve Bank of Washington le mercredi 20 mars 2019 et à l’Université de Laval Québec le vendredi 22 mars.

Abstract : This paper explores the evolution of consumption patterns across French departements in a context of deep market integration. Using a structural demand system (…)

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Terror networks and trade: Does the neighbor hurt?

José de Sousa recently published his paper «Terror networks and trade: Does the neighbor hurt?” in European Economic Review, 107, 27-56, 2018. This article is co-authored with Daniel Mirza and Thierry Verdier. The line: network-related terrorism redistributes trade flows across countries, including those countries that are not a direct source of terror.

Abstract: This paper studies how network-related terrorism redistributes trade flows across countries, including those (…)

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Trickle Down Affirmative Action: a Case Study in Chess

José de Sousa presented at the International Economics and Labor Markets semiar (PSE, CES), his paper with Muriel Niederle “Trickle Down Affirmative Action: a Case Study in Chess”. The seminar was held on October 8th, 2018.

Abstract: Vertical gender segregation is one of the most stubborn features of labor markets: high-ranking positions are primarily held by men in Business, Politics and Science. Can we design an institution, an (…)

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