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8:30 - 8:45 a.m. | Registration and Coffee
8:45 - 9:00 a.m. | Welcome
9:00 - 10:30 a.m. | Parallel Sessions 1 & 2
Sesion 1 –Labor/Macroeconomics
- Julian Neira. From Population Growth to Firm Demographics: Implications for Concentration, Entrepreneurship and the Labor Share.
- Camilo Morales Jimenez. Elasticities of Labor Supply and Labor Force Participation Flows.
- Juan Cordoba. Demographic Labor Market Accounting.
Sesion 2 – Theory and methods
- Mauricio Romero. Factorial designs, model selection, and (incorrect) inference in randomized experiments.
- Sebastian Cortes Corrales. Testing Predictions in Weighted Networks with the Dirichlet Covariate Model.
- Javier Birchenall. Random choice and market demand.
10:30 - 11:00 a.m. | Coffee Break
11:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. | Parallel Sessions 3 & 4
Sesion 3 – Macroeconomics/open economics
- Carlos Yepez. Accounting for Real Exchange Rates in Emerging Economies.
- Lucas Marín Llanes. Oil booms and subnational public investment: a case-study for Colombia.
- Marcela Eslava. The Costs of Bureaucracy and Corruption at Customs: Evidence from the Computerization of Imports in Colombia.
Sesion 4 – Conflict and crime
- Santiago Tobon. Gangs of Medellín: How Organized Crime is Organized..
- Juliana Londono Velez. Reparations as Development: Evidence from the Victims of the Colombian Armed Conflict
- Nicolas Peña Tenjo. Prohibition-to-carry handguns and crime in Bogotá.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m. | Lunch Break - The Department of Economics at Universidad de los Andes will offer lunch to presenters and faculty members
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. | Parallel Sessions 5 & 6
Sesion 5 - Long term development/inequality
- Eduardo Garcia Measuring. Multivariate and Multigenerational Social Mobility using F-Divergence Indicators of Statistical Dependence.
- Luis Felipe Saenz Out of Agriculture: Structural Transformation and Premature Secular Stagnation.
- Hoyt Bleakley Longevity, Education, and Income: How Large is the Triangle?.
Sesion 6 - Migration
- Leonardo Peñaloza Pacheco. Living with the neighbors: The effect of Venezuelan forced migration on wages in Colombia.
- Sandra Rozo. Allowing Forced Migrants to Work: Impacts of Work Permits on Labor Markets and Crime.
- Santiago Saavedra. Job migration in a rivalry setting.
3:30 - 4:00 p.m. | Coffee Break
4:00 - 5:30 p.m. | Talk of general interest
Esteban Ortíz. Our World in Data: an open web publication to make data and research accessible and understandable. www.ourworldindata.org
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. | Event
We encourage you to share some beers at BBC Bodega at CityU (walking distance from the Department of Economics).
9:00 - 11:00 a.m. | Parallel Sessions 7 & 8
Sesion 7 – Banking and Finance
- Carlos Eduardo Hernandez Castillo. Foreign investment, institutional diversity, and banking crises: Colombian Banking, 1975 - 1990.
- David Zarruk Valencia. Wall Street or Main Street: Who to Bail Out?.
- Alejandro Rivera. Capacity Expansion Options and Optimal Performance-Sensitive Debt.
- Jose Maria Barrero. The Micro and Macro of Managerial Beliefs.
Sesion 8 – Public economics, poverty and inquality
- Jose Alberto Guerra. Counting on My Vote Not Counting: Expressive Voting in Committees.
- Andres Zambrano. Endogenous Persistent Shocks and Poverty Traps.
- Lina Marcela Ramirez. Leguizamon The paradox of equality policies and meritocracy in female leadership.
- Laura Harvey. Bounds to the Distribution of Earnings given Parent Income: Changes Over Time by Gender.
11:00-11:30 a.m. | Coffee Break
11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. | Parallel Sessions 9 & 10
Sesion 9 – Political economy and regulation
- Allison Benson. From Targeted Private Benefits to Public Goods: Land, Patronage and Political Institutions in Colombia.
- Felipe Valencia. Collateral Damage: The Legacy of the Secret War in Laos.
- Sergio Castellanos-Gamboa. The Consumer Credit Act 1974 and the emergence of the APR as a consumer protection policy tool.
Sesion 10 – Migration and institutions
- Camilo De Los Rios Rueda. Whose tree is this? Institutions and deforestation in the Colombian Amazon.
- Ana María Ibañez. Forced Migration and the Spread of Infectious Diseases.
- Juan Miguel Jimenez. "Voy a la ciudad, voy a trabajar?" Land opportunity costs on rural to urban migration and its effect on income.
Unfortunately, the organizers will not be able to reimburse the travel or lodging expenses of participants. Lunch will be offered to all participants on the first day of the conference.
If you have any question or doubt please contact us at ColEconConf@uniandes.edu.co
Andrés Carvajal, University of California, Davis.
Patricia Cortés, Boston University.
Marc Hofstetter, Universidad de los Andes.
Jimena Hurtado, Universidad de los Andes.
Andrés Moya, Universidad de los Andes.
Ömer Özak, Southern Methodist University.
Mounu Prem, Universidad del Rosario.
María Teresa Ramirez, Banco de la República.
Marla Ripoll, University of Pittsburgh.
Tomás Rodríguez, Universidad de los Andes.
Francisco Ruge-Murcia, McGill University.
Luz Magdalena Salas, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.