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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.

These seminars are internal events for OECD staff. For further information, please contact: ELS.Seminars@oecd.org.

Forthcoming seminars

Thursday 8th July 2021

Johanna Rickne (Stockholm University)

(with Olle Folke)

Title: "Sexual harassment and gender inequality in the labour market"

Virtual Seminar

Time: 12:00-13:15 

 

Past Seminars

Friday 18 June 2021

Almudena Sevilla (ULC)

Title: “Are we facing a shecession? Evidence from real-time evidence during COVID-19” 

 

Thursday 20 May 2021

Pascal Noel (University of Chicago Booth School of Business)

(with Peter Ganong, Fiona Greig, Max Liebeskind, Daniel Sullivan, and Joseph Vavra)

Title “Spending and Job Search Impacts of Expanded Unemployment Benefits: Evidence from Administrative Micro Data

 

8 April 2021

Jessica Pan (National University of Singapore)

joint with with Patricia Cortes and Nicolas Guida-Johnson 

Title:  Who Does What: The Contribution of Automation to Reducing Occupational Segregation by Gender

Presentation

 

8 February 2021

Simon Jager (MIT)

Title: Voice at work

 

3 December 2020

Abigail Adams-Prassl (Oxford University)

Title: Inequality in the Impact of the Coronavirus Shock: Evidence from Real Time Surveys & Job Vacancy Data
and
Flexible Work Arrangements in Low Wage Jobs: Evidence from Job Vacancy Data
joint work with Maria Balgova (IZA) and Matthias Qian (Oxford University)

Presentation

 

5 November 2020

Barbara Biasi (Yale School of Management)

Title: Flexible Wages, Bargaining, and the Gender Gap

 

20 October 2020

Anna Stansbury (Harvard University)

joint work with Gregor Schubert (Harvard University) and Bledi Taska (Burning Glass Technologies)

Title: Monopsony and Outside Options

Presentation

 

13 February 2020

Didier Fouarge (Maastricht University)

Title: Do labour market opportunities affect VET students' educational choice? Evidence from stated choice and field experiments.

Presentation 

 

27 November 2019

Marcel Jansen (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Title: Does Dual Vocational Education Pay Off?

Presentation

 

24 October 2019

Gabriele Ciminelli (Asia School of Business )

Title: Employment Protection Deregulation and Labour Share in Advanced Economies 

Presentation

 

10 October 2019

Sem Vandekerckhove (University of Leuven)

Title: The effect of minimum wage spillovers on wage dispersion in a strongly institutionalized wage bargaining system 

 

24 September 2019

Peter Whiteford (Australian National University)

Title: Timing it right or timing it wrong: How should means-tested benefits deal with varying work patterns? 

Presentation

  

10 September 2019

Thomas Blanchet (Paris School of Economics)

Title: "How Unequal Is Europe? Evidence from Distributional National Accounts, 1980–2017"

Presentation

 

2 July 2019

Camille Landais (London School of Economics)

Title: “The value of unemployment insurance” 

Presentation

 

26 June 2019

Tito Boeri (Bocconi University)

Title: “A Tale of Comprehensive Labor  Market  Reforms: Evidence from the Italian Jobs Act”, joint with P. Garibaldi 

Presentation

 

17 June 2019

Sergio Urzua (University of Maryland)

Title: Firms as Mediators of the Returns to Pre-Labour Market Skills 

Presentation

 

6 June 2019

Marshall Steinbaum (Roosevelt Institute)

Title: "Measurement and Policy Implications of Labor Market Power" 

Presentation

 

17 April 2019

Gijs Dekkers (Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium)

Title: Medium-term projection of at-risk-of-poverty and social exclusion indicators 

Presentation

 

27 March 2019

Michele Pellizzari (University of Geneva)

Title: “Education Expansion, Skills and Labour Market Success” (joint with Paolo Ghinetti and Simone Moriconi)  

 

20 March 2019

Ioana Marinescu (University of Pennsylvania)

Title:  “Labor Market Concentration” (joint with José Azar and Marshall I. Steinbaum) 

Presentation

 

4 February 2019

Ward Romp (University of Amsterdam)

Title: “What drives pension reform measures in the OECD” 

Presentation

 

5 December 2018

Antonio Casilli (Télécom ParisTech) and Paola Tubaro (CNRS) 

Title: “Microworking in France: an inquiry into the human labour that makes AI possible” 

 

3 November 2018

Omar Bamieh (University of Vienna) 

Title: “Firing Costs, Employment and Misallocation. Evidence from Randomly–Assigned Judges?” 

Presentation

 

19 September 2018 

Abigail Adams (University of Oxford) 

Title: “Modelling and Measuring Atypical Employment” 

  

10 October 2018

 Lena Hensvik (Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy) 

Title: “The skill impact of past and projected occupational decline” 

Presentation

 

14 September 2018 

Tito Boeri (Bocconi University and INPS) 

Title: “Populism and civil society” 

Presentation 

  

 

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