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AMSE Newsletter N°12

Find the new issue of AMSE newsletter centered around the Covid crisis.
In this issue, learn more about the ongoing research on Covid-19, recent scientific publications, news from the school and the interview with Laurent Simula, former AMSE PhD.
April 01st 2021
  • DialogEco

How the Mental Load for Women is Twofold

Let’s say that a woman spends more time at work than her partner. Where’s the problem in that? In any case, it’s a rare occurrence—and for good reason. According to a study by Sarah Flèche, Anthony Lepinteur, and Nattavudh Powdthavee, the unequal distribution of domestic tasks often takes a toll on a woman's professional life.
March 04th 2021
  • Study
  • Education

STUDENT Master's Fair on Saturday 13 March, online

STUDENTS: the AMSE team is waiting for you on the virtual booth of the Master ECONOMICS, on March 13th from 9am to 5pm. An opportunity for all students to discover our programmes of studies, Master Economics and Magistère Ingénieur Economiste.
March 04th 2021
  • DialogEco

Towards universal health coverage in developing countries

At present in Palestine, more than half of the population is covered by health coverage, but what would it cost to extend coverage to every one of the country's inhabitants?
February 17th 2021
  • Research
  • Highlight

God insures those who pay? Formal insurance and religious offerings in Ghana

Emmanuelle Auriol, Julie Lassébie, Amma Panin, Eva Raiber, Paul Seabright, 2020, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 135 (4), p.1799-1848.
February 16th 2021
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  • Event

Info webinar "Magistère Ingénieur Economiste" on Feb. 22

AMSE invite AMSE is inviting CPGE students to an online information meeting on the programme of study "Magistère Ingénieur Économiste".
February 08th 2021
  • Research

Ongoing research on Covid-19 at AMSE

By AMSE members
February 05th 2021
  • DialogEco

Rising Property Prices – Reason for Businesses to Celebrate?

When real estate prices rise, it influences business investment. According to the scale of the firms' real property, it can have positive or negative effects.
February 03rd 2021
  • Study

AMSE PhD program - Calls for applications

Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) is inviting applications for its doctoral programs.
February 01st 2021
  • Research
  • Highlight

The curse of knowledge: access to customer information can reduce monopoly profits

Didier Laussel & Ngo V. Long & Joana Resende, 2020, RAND Journal of Economics, vol. 51(3), p. 650-675.
February 01st 2021