Seminario 22/14. Paul De Grauwe (London School of Economics and Political Sciences) – Trust and monetary policy

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El eminente economista Paul De Grauwe, en la víspera del día de la ceremonia en la que tendrá lugar su investidura como Doctor Honoris Causa de la Universidad de Murcia, impartirá un seminario/conferencia dirigido a los estudiantes del programa de doctorado DEcIDE y, en general, a todos los estudiantes y profesores de la Facultad de…

Seminario 22/12. Darragh Flannery (University of Limerick)- School socio-economic context and student achievement in Ireland: An unconditional quantile regression analysis using PISA 2018 data

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The existence of a ‘multiplier’, ‘compositional’ or ‘social context effect’ is debated extensively in the literature on school effectiveness. Some researchers have posited that the relationship between social context and achievement is mediated by school, teacher or classroom factors, such as teacher expectations, quality of instruction, or adequacy of school resources. In this context, this…

Seminario 22/09 – Debrah Meloso (Toulouse Business School) Algorithm choice in experimental markets: individual and aggregate effects

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We use high-performance Continuous Double Auction trading software and algorithms to study the effects of algorithmic trading on pricing and allocative efficiency in a laboratory environment. In addition to trading manually, participants can deploy algorithms that bid marginal valuations modulo a spread and a market-making (maker) or liquidity-taking (taker) parameter. The spread and maker/taker parameters…

Seminario 22/08: Agustí Segarra Blasco (Universitat Rovira i Virgili). Investigar y divulgar: ¿dos caras de la misma moneda?

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La investigación científica y la divulgación, esto es poner al alcance de un público más amplio son dos caras de una misma moneda, pero no es lo mismo. Entre los científicos y también entre los economistas encontramos a grandes investigadores que con el paso de los años también se han convertido en divulgadores muy populares…

Seminario 22/07: Mauro Mediavilla (Universitat de València e Institut d’Economia de Barcelona) Impact of Bullying of Academic Performance in Spain

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Bullying is a widespread problem throughout the world that affects one in three students and whose consequences can last in the long term. The main objective of this research is to study the causal relationship between bullying and academic performance on 15-year-old students in Spain. The databases used come from the external evaluation of the…

Seminario 22/1: Manuel Serrano (Bocconi University, Italia). The effect of Long-Term Care (LTC) benefits on healthcare use

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Abstract:  This paper examines the role of LTC benefits on the use of primary and secondary care by exploring a detailed administrative database in Spain. We estimate the causal effect of receiving LTC benefits by exploiting exogenous variation in the leniency of the examiners who assess the claimants’ LTC needs. We find that a monthly LTC…

Seminario 21/22: Francisco Morillas (Universidad de Valencia): Un estudio de costes para el cambio de tecnología en el diagnóstico y tratamiento de enfermedades gastrointestinales

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Este trabajo trata de determinar la conveniencia en el cambio de tecnología para la determinación de una enfermedad gastrointestinal. La determinación de la bacteria o virus que ataca al organismo puede ser determinante en las primeras horas, evitando posibles infecciones graves e incluso sepsis. Los dos procedimientos comparados son: (i) técnicas de cultivo estándar, utilizado…

Seminario 21/18: Maria Chiara Pagliarella (INAPP of Rome and University of Cassino and Southern Lazio): Small area estimation of poverty indicators under partitioned area-level time models

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This paper deals with small area estimation of poverty indicators. Small area estimators of these quantities are derived from partitioned time-dependent area-level linear mixed models. The introduced models are useful for modelling the different behaviour of the target variable by sex or any other dichotomic characteristic. The mean squared errors are estimated by explicit formulas….