Session 1
Launov, AndreyJohannes Gutenberg University of MainzMonitoring, Sanctions and Front-Loading of Job Search in a non-Stationary Model
Etienne WasmerSciences Po, Paris, Departement d’EconomieMacroeconomic Dynamics in a Model of Goods, Labor and Credit Market Frictions
William B. HawkinsUniversity of RochesterWage Determination and Labor Market Volatility under Mismatch
Ludo VisschersUniversidad Carlos III, MadridUnemployment and Endogenous Reallocation over the Business Cycle
Session 2
Linas TarasonisParis School of EconomicsAssotrative Matching, Search and Discrimination
Manolis GalenianosPennsylvania State UniversityHiring Through Referrals
Christian HolznerIfo Institute Social Policy and Labour MarketsSimultaneous Search and Network Efficiency
Ronald WolthoffUniversity of TorontoInterviews and the Assignment of Workers to Jobs
Session 3
Keith KuesterFederal Reserve Bank of PhiladelphiaOptimal Labor-Market Policy in Recessions
Camille Abeille-BeckerParis School of EconomicsThe cyclical behavior of the unemployment, job finding and separation rates
Friedrich PoeschelIAB Institute for Employment Research and University of OxfordThe time trend in the matching function
Regis BarnichonCREi and Universitat Pompeu FabraThe Determinants of the Cycles and Trends in U.S.
Session 4
Sephorah ManginBecker-Friedman Institute, University of ChicagoA Unifi…ed Production and Matching Function: Implications for Factor Shares
Sevi MoraLMU MunichEquilibrium Intermediation and Resource Allocation
Cyril MonnetUniversity of Bern and Study Center GerzenseeWhy Rent When You Can Buy? A Theory of Repurchase Agreements
Susan VromanGeorgetown University and IZADirected Search in the Housing Market
Plenary 1
Randall WrightUniversity of WisconsinMarriage, Markets and Money
Session 5
Birthe LarsenCopenhagen Business SchoolInformal Unemployment and Education
Anna GodoeyRagnar Frisch Centre for Economic ResearchMixed search
Lien LaureysUniversitat Pompeu FabraSkill Erosion during Unemployment as a source of Inefficiency
Etienne WasmerSciences Po, Paris, Departement d’EconomieEx-ante and ex-post evaluation of the 1989 French welfare reform using a natural experiment : the 1908 social laws in Alsace-Moselle
Session 6
Eva Moreno-GalbisGAINSEffects of immigration in frictional labor markets: theory and empirical evidence from EU countries
Paul MullerVU University Amsterdam, and Tinbergen InstituteEstimating Equilibrium Effects of job Search Assistance
Helene TuronUniversity of BristolPublic Sector Wage Policy and Labor Market Equilibrium: A Structural Model
Luca FlabbiGeorgetown University and IZAHousehold Search or Individual Search: Does It Matter? Evidence from Lifetime Inequality Estimates
Session 7
David L. FullerDepartment of Economics, Concordia University and CIREQUnemployment Insurance Take-up Rates in an Equilibrium Search Model
Pietro GaribaldiCollegio Alberto, TorinoWhen do we need severance payments increasing with Tenure
Philipp KircherLSESorting in Large Firms: Span of Control over More versus Better Workers
Thérése RebiéreLIRSA-CNAM and IZAInformal labor market and access to education in developing economies
Session 8
Tsz-Nga WongWashington University in St LouisA New-Monetarist Phillips Curve
Fabien TripierLe Laboratoire d'Economie et de Management de Nantes-Atlantique (LEMNA)Efficiency gains from narrowing banks: a search-theoretic approach
Thepthida SopraseuthUniversité du Mans (GAINS-TEPP) & CepremapOptimal Fiscal Devaluation
Andri ChassamboulliUniversity of CyprusA Search-Equilibrium Approach to the Effects of Immigration on Labor Market Outcomes
Plenary 2
Jean Marc RobinUCL and Sciences PoLabour Market Policies and Unemployment Dynamics

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