DialogEco
May 12th 2021

How Much Is a Cleaner Air Worth?

Air pollution causes a myriad of harmful effects. But how do you calculate the benefits associated with cleaner air when they do not come with a price tag? One way to do it is to estimate the amount we would be willing to pay to avoid associated deaths. And this is exactly what the economist Olivier Chanel did.
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Applications for the academic year 2021/2022

Applications to the Master Economics and to the Magistère Ingénieur Economiste are now open on E-candidat app.
DialogEco
April 28th 2021

When growth takes on debt

With the Covid-19 crisis, the level of French national debt has shot up, but can we be sure that such high levels of debt will impede growth?
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AMSE Summer School "The economics of networks"

Our Summer School on “The economics of networks” will take place in Marseille on July 7th-9th 2021.
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February 01st 2021

AMSE PhD program - Calls for applications

Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) is inviting applications for its doctoral programs.
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DialogEco
April 14th 2021

When people in Vaucluse have more children than those in Bouches-du-Rhône

Departments in France with the same socio-economic and historical conditions nevertheless present different fertility rates. Paolo Melindi-Ghidi and Thomas Seegmuller explain these surprising results by introducing a new hypothesis called “love for children”.

Next events

Due to the health crisis, our events are maintained and will take place online.

  • online
  • amse seminar
Monday, May 17| 11:30am to 12:45pm

Michael Dorsch

Central European University
The long shadow of imperial rule on compliance behavior
  • online
  • phd seminar
Tuesday, May 18| 11:00am to 12:30pm

Camille Hainnaux*, Mykhailo Matvieiev**

AMSE
Pollution versus inequality: Tradeoffs for fiscal policy*
Secular stagnation, pension reform and precautionary savings**
  • online
  • big data and econometrics seminar
Tuesday, May 18| 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Maximilian Kasy

University of Oxford
The social impact of algorithmic decision making: Economic perspectives
  • online
  • economics and history seminar
Wednesday, May 19| 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Istvan Sjiarto

Université Loránd Eötvös (ELTE), Budapest
Estates and the birth of constitution in 18th-century Hungary
  • online
  • development and international economics seminar
Friday, May 21| 12:00pm to 1:15pm

Anne Karing

Princeton University
Social multiplier from visibility: Experimental evidence from deworming in Kenya
  • online
  • phd seminar
Tuesday, May 25| 11:00am to 12:30pm

Santiago Lopez, Daniela Horta Sáenz

AMSE