The OECD Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Directorate has launched in September 2008 a series of seminars open to both external and internal speakers. It is intended to be an informal forum for discussion of policy-oriented empirical research work among policy-makers, academics and OECD staff. The Seminars Series covers a broad range of topics including labour, social, migration and health issues.
Seminars last for 1 hour and 15 minutes and usually take place in the OECD Conference Centre. Those wishing to attend please send a request to: ELS.Seminars@oecd.org
18 June 2018
Grace Lordan (London School of Economics, London)
Title: "People Versus Machines: The Impact of Minimum Wages on Automatable Jobs", joint with David Neumark
Location: CC 20 and Time: 12:00-13:15
15 May 2018
Lorenzo Cappellari (Catholic University, Milan)
Title: "Workers, Firms and Life-Cycle Wage Dynamics"
18 April 2018
Andrea Weber (Central European University, Hungary)
Title: "Does Extending Unemployment Benefits Improve Job Quality?", joint with Arash Nekoei
12 April 2018
Barbara Petrongolo (Queen Mary University of London)
Title: "The remaining gender gaps. Work-life balance, preferences and norms"
19 January 2018
Ioana Marinescu (University of Pennsylvania)
Title: "Universal basic income: lessons from the United States and beyond"
20 November 2017
Fabio Cerina (University of Cagliari)
Title: "The role of gender in employment polarization"
2 November 2017
Alexander Bryson (University College London, UK)
Title: "Union Density, Productivity, and Wages"
16 October 2017
Ahmed Tritah (Université du Maine, France)
Title: "Are immigrants' skills priced differently? Evidence from France"
13 September 2017
Pierre Cahuc (École Polytechnique, France)
Title: "Short-time Work and Employment in the Great Recession in France"