LAGV - Papers

Session A1 - Aggregation

Arrovian Aggregation of Monotonic Bernoullian Archimedean Preferences: (Im)Possibility Results via Model Theory

Frederik Herzberg*, Bielefeld University


Uncovering the Single Preference Relation

Joao Varandas*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics


A Model of Two-Sided Reputation

Raphaël Levy*, University of Mannheim; Matthieu Bouvard, McGill University


Session A2 - Public Policy with an Aging Population

Aging, Social Security Design and Capital Accumulation

Pierre Pestieau*, CREPP, Université de Liege; Harun Onder, The World Bank; Antoine Dedry, CREPP


Does Care to Dependent Elderly Persons Living at Home Increase their Mental Health?

Sandrine Juin*, INED, Université Paris-Est Créteil, ERUDITE, TEPP; Thomas Barnay, Université Paris-Est Créteil, ERUDITE, TEPP


Optimal Retirement Age and Aging Population

Fernando Perera-Tallo*, Universidad de La Laguna; Carlos Bethencourt, Universidad de La Laguna


Session A3 - Capital Taxation

Public Investment when Capital is Back -- Distributional Effects of Heterogeneous Saving Behavior

Linus Mattauch*, Mercartor Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change; Sophie Bénard, Technical University of Berlin; David Klenert, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research; Ottmar Edenhofer, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Technical University of Berlin


Property Taxes and Rental Housing

Max Löffler*, IZA, University of Cologne; Sebastian Siegloch, IZA, ZEW Mannheim


The Role of Toeholds and Capital Gain Taxes for Corporate Acquisition Strategies

Federica Liberini*, KOF, ETH Zurich; Michael Stimmelamyr, KOF, ETH Zurich; Antonio Russo, KOF, ETH Zurich


Session A4 - Environmental Regulation

Do Stringent Environmental Policies Deter FDI? M&A Versus Greeneldfield

Sylwia Bialek*, Goethe University of Frankfurt; Alfons J. Weichenrieder, Goethe University of Frankfurt


The Pricing and Welfare Consequences of Corporate Environmental Contributions

Gareth Myles*, University of Exeter; Nigar Hashimzade, Durham University


Modelling an International Environmental Agreement for Biodiversity Conservation

Irene Alvarado-Quesada*, Wageningen University; Hans-Peter Weikard, Wageningen University


Session A5 - Growth and Fluctuations 1

Endogenous Labour Supply, Endogenous Lifetime and Economic Growth: Local and Global Indeterminacy

Luca Gori*, University of Genoa; Mauro Sodini, University of Pisa


Endogenous Growth and Welfare Effects of Education Subsidies and Intergenerational Transfers

Elena Del Rey*, University of Girona, Spain; Miguel-Angel Lopez-Garcia, Autonomous University of Barcelona


A Model of the Indian Business Cycle

Pawan Gopalakrishnan*, Indian Statistical Institute; Suchismita Tarafdar, Shiv Nadar University; Chetan Ghate, Indian Statistical Institute


Session A6 - Health 1

A Matter of Life and Death? Hospital Distance and Quality of Care: Evidence from Emergency Room Closures and Myocardial Infarctions

Daniel Avdic*, CINCH-Health Economics Research Center


Care Provision for a Disabled Elderly Parent and Labour Market Participation

Louis Arnault*, Paris School of Economics, Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDa, LEGOS; Roméo Fontaine, LEG, Université de Bourgogne


Optimal Compensation Rule: Pay-For-Performance Versus Fee-For-Service

Yaping Wu*, Toulouse School of Economics


Session B1 - Capabilities and Opportunities 1

Capability of Youth to Achieve Well-Being: Insights from the Occupied Palestinian Territories

Maame Esi Woode*, INSERM, SESSTIM; Jean-Paul Moatti, Aix-Marseille Université, INSERM; Bruno Ventelou, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics; Mohammad Abu-Zaineh, Aix-Marseille Université, INSERM


Inequality of Opportunity in Health in Indonesia

Marta Menéndez*, Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL, LEDa; Florence Jusot, Université de Rouen, CREAM; Sabine Mage, Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL, LEDa


Session B2 - Firm and Market Regulation

Monopolistic Competition when Income Matters

Paolo Bertoletti*, University of Pavia; Federico Etro, University of Venice


Complex Organizations, Dividend Taxes and Debt Shifting

Lucas Regis*, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca; Giovanna Nicodano, UNiversità di Torino and Collegio Carlo Alberto


An Optimal Incentive Contract to Avert Firm Relocation

Martin Pollrich*, Humboldt, Universität zu Berlin; Robert C. Schmidt, Department of Economics, Humboldt University, Spandauer


Session B3 - Growth and Fluctuations 2

History Dependent Growth Incidence: A Characterization and an Application to the Economic Crisis in Italy

Flaviana Palmisano*, University of Luxembourg; Dirk Van de Gaer, Sherppa, Ghent University, CORE, Louvain la Neuve


Optimal Higher Education Enrollment and Productivity Externalities in a Two-Sector Model

Ioana Schiopu*, ESADE Business School Barcelona; Volker Meier, University of Munich


Public and Private Health, Pollution and Growth

Thomas Seegmuller*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics, CNRS, EHESS; Natacha Raffin, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Defense, Economics and Cli-mate Economics Chair


Session B4 - Happiness

Dissatisfied with Life or with Being Interviewed? Happiness and Motivation to Participate in a Survey

Adrian Chadi*, University of Trier


Retirement and the Marginal Utility of Income

Yarine Fawaz*, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona; Andrew Clark, Paris School of Economics, CNRS


Are Comparisons Luxuries? Subjective Poverty and Positional Concerns in Indonesia.

Jinan zeidan*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics, CNRS, EHESS


Session B5 - Program Evaluation 1

Do Health Reforms To Improve Quality Have Long-term Effects? Results of a Follow-up on a Randomized Policy Experiment in the Philippines

Natascha Wagner*, University Rotterdam; Stella Quimbo, University of the Philippines; John Peabody, University of California ; Orville Solon, University of the Philippines; Jhiedon Florentino, UPecon Foundation


The Redistribution and Insurance Value of Welfare Reform

Jonathan Shaw*, Institute for Fiscal Studies, University College London


Efficiency and Policy Reform

Earl Grinols*, Baylor University; Peri Silva, Kansas State University


Session C1 - Capabilities and Opportunities 2

A General Non-Parametric Approach to the Measurement of Inequality of Opportunity

Rafael Salas*, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Juan Gabriel Rodriguez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Juan Prieto-Rodriguez, Universidad de Oviedo


Ambitions, Effort, Circumstances: Do European Students Favour Responsibility-Sensitive Fairness in the Subsidy of Higher Education?

Christine Le Clainche*, CEE, ENS Cachan, Lameta; Jérôme Wittwer, Université Bordeaux Segalen, ISPED, Université de Paris-Dauphine


Who Benefits from Public Education Provision? Evidence from Italy

Giorgia Casalone*, University of Eastern Piedmont Amedeo Avogadro; Daniela Sonedda, University of Eastern Piedmont Amedeo Avogadro; Francesco Andreoli, CEPS/INSTEAD, University of Verona


Session C2 - Experiments

Behavioral Sources of Demand for Carbon Offsets: An Experimental Study

Neslihan Uler*, University of Michigan; Kai-Uwe Kuhn, University of Michigan


Affirmative Action through Minority Reserves: An Experimental Study on School Choice

Flip Klijn*, Institute for Economic Analysis (CSIC), Barcelona GSE; Marc Vorsatz, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia (UNED), Madrid; Joana Pais, University of Lisbon, UECE-Research Unit on Complexity and Economics


No Fight, No Loss: Underinvestment in Experimental Contest Games

Miguel A. Melendez-Jimenez*, Universidad de Malaga; Antonio J. Morales, Universidad de Málaga; Sara Godoy, University of Essex


Session C3 - Health 2

Heterogeneity in Health-Risk Valuation: A French Stated-Preference Study

James Hammitt*, Harvard University; Daniel Herrera, Toulouse School of Economics, LERNA, INRA


Long-Term Socio-Economic Effects of Teenage Motherhood in Britain: Are Teenage Mothers Worst-Off than their Peers?

Sandy Tubeuf*, Academic Unit of Health Economics, University of Leeds; Rosalind Bell-Aldeghi, Université de Franche Comté


On The Crowding-Out Effect of Intrinsic Motivations in the Field of Prevention: When Economic Incentives Need Good Mental Health to Be Effective

Yann Videau*, Université Paris-Est Créteil, ERUDITE, TEPP; Bruno Ventelou, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics; Isabelle Clerc, Sesstim, Inserm, INRS


Session C4 - Inequality and Poverty 1

Poverty: Fuzzy Measurement and Crisp Ordering

Buhong Zheng*, University of Colorado Denver United States


Ordered Response Data and The Measurement of Inequality

Ramses H Abul Naga*, University of Aberdeen


Ranking Distributions of an Ordinal Attribute

Nicolas Gravel*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics; Patrick Moyes, GREThA , Université de Bordeaux; Brice Magdalou, Lameta, Université de Montpellier 1


Session C5 - Lobbying

Optimality and Distortionary Lobbying: Regulating Tobacco Consumption

Luca V.A. Colombo*, Catholic University Milan; Umberto Galmarini, Insubria University Como


Lobby by Retailer and Urban Traffic Policy

Antonio Russo*, KOF, ETH Zurich


Session C6 - Tax Competition

The Space of the Rhythm: Latecomer Advantage Vs. Innovator Premium in the Adoption of School Reforms by French Municipalities

Aurélie Cassette*, EQUIPPE, Université Lille 1; Etienne Farvaque, EDEHN, Université du Havre, Skema Business School


Tax Competition and Rent-Seeking with Decentralized Leadership

Steve Billon*, Aalto University


Tax Competition and the Efficiency of «Bene…t-Related» Business Taxes

Elisabeth Gugl*, University of Victoria; George Zodrow, Rice University


Session D1 - Commons and Public Goods

Managing the Commons: The Information Curse

Justin Leroux*, HEC Montréal; Jeremy Laurent-Lucchetti, University of Geneva


Loss Aversion and Public Goods

Laura Grant*, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee


Session D2 - Risk Taking and Risk Sharing

Optimal Prevention for Correlated Risks

Henri Loubergé*, University of Geneva; Richard Peter, Institute for Risk Management and Insurance, LMU Munich; Christophe Courbage, The Geneva Association


Progressive Taxation and Precautionary Savings over the Life Cycle

Davud Rostam-Afschar*, Freie Universitaet Berlin; Jiaxiong Yao, Johns Hopkins University


Optimal Risk Sharing in a Collective Defined Contribution Pension System

Mukul Tyagi*, Maastricht University; Peter Schotman, Maastricht University; Dennis Bams, Maastricht University


Session D3 - Inequality and Poverty 2

Opportunity-Sensitive Poverty Measurement

Vito Peragine*, University of Bari; Maria Ana Lugo, World Bank; Francisco Ferreira, World Bank, IZA; Paolo Brunori, University of Bari


Giving Up Lorenz Consistency or Another Look at Inequality Measurement

Patrick Moyes*, GREThA, Université de Bordeaux; Brice Magdalou, Lameta, Université de Montpellier 1; Alain Chateauneuf, Paris School of Economics, Université de Paris 1


Session D4 - Labour Markets

Migration: A Burden or a Blessing for the Natives ?

Jean Gabszewicz*, CORE, Université catholique de Louvain, CREA, Université du Luxembourg; Skerdilajda Zanaj, 0; Patrice Pieretti, 0


Do Earnings Really Decline for Older Workers ?

Kadija Charni*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics; Stephen Bazen, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics


Local multipliers of public employment: Long-run evidence from the late development of the Spanish public sector

Jordi Jofre-Monseny*, Universitat de Barcelona, IEB; Jose I. Silva, University of Kent, Universitat de Girona; Javier Vázquez-Grenno, Universitat de Barcelona, IEB


Session D5 - Voting Turnout

Candidates’ Quality and Turnout

Marco Alberto De Benedetto*, Birkbeck College, London; Maria De Paola, University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende


Voter Turnout and City Performance

Anna Lo Prete*, University of Turin, Department of Economics and Statistics; Federico Revelli, University of Turin, Department of Economics and Statistics


Socio-Economic Heterogeneity and Electoral Turnout: an Aggregate Analysis with Precinct-Level Data

Carlotta Berti Ceroni*, University of Bologna; Giorgio Bellettini, University of Bologna; Chiara Monfardini, University of Bologna


Session D6 - Political Economy 1

Constitutional Rules and Efficient Policies

Elena Manzoni*, University of Milan Bicocca; Michela Cella, University of Milan Bicocca; Giovanna Iannantuoni, University of Milan Bicocca


Like Biases and Information in Elections

Ascension Andina-Diaz*, Universidad de Malaga


Unconditional Love? Pork Barrel Politics in the Absence of Electoral Incentives

Askill Halse*, University of Oslo; Jon Fiva, BI Norwegian Business School


Session E1 - Education and Training

Training Policies and Retirement Expectations

Raymond Montizaan*, Maastricht University; Andries de Grip, Maastricht University; Didier Fouarge, Maastricht University


Balancing the Risk of ‘Lazearian’ Interrupters and the Benefits of Educational and Social Peers: Tracing Parental Preferences for Class-Size Reduction

Jacob Ladenburg*, Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research, KORA; Camilla Dalsgaard, Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research, KORA; Karl Fritjof Krassel, CSER, Aarhus University, Danish Institute for Local and Regional Government Research, KORA


Learning About Oneself: The Effects of Signaling Ability on School Choice

Veronica Frisancho*, Inter-American Development Bank; Matteo Bobba, Inter-American Development Bank


Session E2 - Fiscal Federalism

Incentive Effects of Fiscal Rules on the Finance Minister’s Behaviour: Evidence from Revenue Projections in Swiss Cantons

Florian Chatagny*, KOF, ETH Zurich


The Political Economy of Rule of Law Enforcement: Interdependence between Political and Economic Choices under Incomplete Information

Randolph Luca Bruno*, University College London


Does Fiscal Oversight Matter?

Désirée Christofzik*, University of Siegen; Sebastian Kessing, University of Siegen, CESifo


Session E3 - Households Economics 1

Household Behavior with Varying Degrees of Individual Autonomy: A Revealed Preference Analysis

Claude d’Aspremont*, CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain, BETA, Université de Strasbourg; Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira, CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain, BETA, Université de Strasbourg


Household Bargaining and the Design of Couples’ Income Taxation

Helmuth Cremer*, Toulouse School of Economics; Kerstin Roeder, LMU, Munich; Dario Maldonado, Universitad del Rosario, Bogota; Jean-Marie Lozachmeur, Toulouse School of Economics


You Have Come a Long Way, Baby. Effects of Commuting Time Costs on Couples’ Labour Supply

Francesca Carta*, Bank of Italy, Toulouse School of Economics; Marta De Philippis, London School of Economics


Session E4 - Indirect Taxation

Indirect Taxation in a Vertical Differentiated Market with Positional Externalities

Eleftherios Zacharias*, Athens University of Economics and Business; Ourania Karakosta, University of Ioannina,


Earmarking and the Political Support of Fat Taxes

Catarina Goulao*, Toulouse School of Economics; Kerstin Roeder, LMU; Helmuth Cremer, Toulouse School of Economics


Session E5 - Public Spending

Fiscal Adjusment and Balanced-Budget-Rules: Evidence from a Norwegian Reform

Arnt Ove Hopland*, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Lars-Erik Borge, Norwegian University of Science and Technology


Does Trust Influence Social Expenditures? Evidence from Local Governments

Anna Laura Mancini*, Bank of Italy; Andrea Linarello, Bank of Italy; Pietro Tommasino, Bank of Italy; Silvia Camussi, Bank of Italy


Cost Escalation in Defence and Public Administration

Kjetil Hove*, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment; Lars-Erik Borge, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Per Tovmo, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Tobias Lillekvelland, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment


Session E6 - Urban Economics

Urban Population and Amenities

David Albouy*, University of Illinois; Bryan Stuart, University of Michigan


Spatial Mismatch: Theory, Empirics, and Policies

Florence Goffette-Nagot*, CNRS, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne; Modibo Sidibé, Duke University


Local Infrastructures and Externalities: Does the Size Matter?

Massimiliano Ferraresi*, University of Ferrara; Leonzio Rizzo, Università di Ferrara, IEB; Umberto Galmarini, University of Insubria, IEB


Session F1 - Gender

Gender in the Crime Market: Arrest and Wage Gaps

Nadia Campaniello*, University of Essex; Evelina Gavrilova, University of Turin


Gender Wage Gaps in Formal and Informal Jobs, Evidence from Brazil

Sarra Ben Yahmed*, Aix-Marseille Université, Sciences Po Paris


Female Access to Credit in France: How Microfinance Institutions Import Disparate Treatment from Banks

Anastasia Cozarenco*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics, CNRS, EHESS; Ariane Szafarz, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Centre for European Research in Microfinance


Session F2 - Household Economics 2

Daddy Months

Volker Meier*, University of Munich; Helmut Rainer, University of Munich, Ifo Institute


Long-Term Care and Intra-Family Moral Hazard: Optimal Public Policy

Justina Klimaviciute*, Toulouse School of Economics


Welfare Comparisons, Economies of Scale and Equivalence Scale in Time Use

Helene Couprie*, THEMA, Université de Cergy-Pontoise; Gaelle Ferrant, Catholic university of Leuven


Session F3 - Optimal Income Taxation

Optimal Mixed Taxation when Agents Vote with Their Feet

Xavier Ruiz del Portal*, University of Lleida


Optimal Nonlinear Income Taxation with Multidimensional Types: The Case with Heterogeneous Behavioral Responses

Laurence Jacquet*, University of Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA; Etienne Lehmann, University Pantheon Assas, CREST


Optimal Taxation under Regional Inequality

Sebastian Kessing*, University of Siegen; Malte Zoubek, University of Siegen; Vilen Lipatov, Goethe University Frankfurt and CESifo


Session F4 - Search and Matching

Payroll Taxation and the Structure of Qualifiations and Wages in a Segmented Frictional Labor Market with Intra-Firm Bargaining

Clément Carbonnier*, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA Sciences Po, LIEPP


Are Workers Better Matched in Large Labor Markets?

Nikolaj Harmon*, University of Copenhagen


Immigration, Search, and Redistribution: A Quantitative Assessment of Native Welfare

Michele Battisti*, Ifo Institute; Panu Poutvaara, University of Munich; Gabriel Felbermayr, University of Munich; Giovanni Peri, UC Davis


Session F5 - Young Child Care and Fertility

Assessing Plan B: The Effect of the Morning After Pill on Children and Women

Damian Clarke*, University of Oxford; Andrea Bentancor, Comunidad Mujer, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez


«Fear in the Womb’’: The Effects of Terrorism on Birth Outcomes in Spain

Pedro Eugenio Rodenas-Serrano*, Universitat d’Alacant; Climent Quintana-Domeque, University of Oxford


Low-Skilled Immigrants, Household Services, Labour Supply and Fertility Decisions of British Women

Agnese Romiti*, IAB, Germany


Session F6 - Origins and Consequences of Inequality

Measuring Top Incomes Using Tax Record Data: A Cautionary Tale from Australia

Roger Wilkins*, University of Melbourne; Markus H. Hahn, University of Melbourne; Richard V. Burkhauser, College of Human Ecology


Cross-Country Intergenerational Status Mobility: Is There a Great Gatsby Curve?

Juan Gabriel Rodríguez*, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; Haiyong Liu, East Carolina University; John A. Bishop, East Carolina University


On Some Macroscopic Origins and Consequences of Economic Inequality: An Evolutionary Perspective

Fabrizio Germano*, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Lloyd Demetrius, Harvard University, Max Planck Institute


Session G1 - Political Economy 2

Multiple Votes, Multiple Candidacies and Polarization

Arnaud Dellis*, Universite Laval; Mandar Oak, University of Adelaide


Divide and Rule: Redistribution in a Model with Differentiated Candidates

Konstantinos Matakos*, London School of Economics and Political Science; Dimitrios Xefteris, University of Cyprus


Session G2 - International Integration

Currency Union with and without Banking Union

Vincent Bignon*, Banque de France; Régis Breton, Banque de France, CNRS; Mariana Rojas Breu, Université Paris-Dauphine


Income Redistribution and the Diversity of Consumer Goods

Renaud Bourlès*, Ecole Centrale Marseille, Aix Marseille School of Economics, CNRS, EHESS; Paul Maarek, Université de Cergy-Pontoise; Michael T. Dorsch, Central European University


Session G3 - Mobility

Uncovering the Impact of Intergenerational Income Mobility on Interpersonal Trust

Anna Shaleva*, European Commission Joint Research Centre


Globalization, Income Mobility and the Preference for Redistribution

Michel Lubrano*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics; Zhou XUN, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics


Occupational Mobility between Generations: a Theoretical Model and an Application to the Italian Data

Irene Brunetti*, University of Pisa; Davide Fiaschi, University of Pisa


Session G4 - Program Evaluation 2

The Distributional Effects of Personal Income Tax Expenditure

Silvia Avram*, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex


Neighbourhood Effects in Consumption: Evidence from Disaggregated Consumption Data

Teodora Boneva*, University of Cambridge


Knowledge Spillovers of Innovation Policy Through Labor Mobility: An Impact Evaluation of the FONTAR Program in Argentina

Rodolfo Stucchi*, Inter-American Development Bank; Sofia Rojo, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago; Alessandro Maffioli, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington; Victoria Castillo, Ministry of Labor, Employment, and Social Security, Buenos Aires


Session G5 - Economic Development

Offshoring and Dual Labor Markets in Developing Nations

Subhayu Bandyopadhyay*, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; Devashish Mitra, Syracuse University; Nancy Chau, Cornell University; Arnab Basu, Cornell University


Internal Migration and Rural Development in China: A Case Study Using the 2001 Hukou System Reform

Thomas Vendryes*, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne; Yue Ximing, Renmin University; Marc Gurgand, Paris School of Economics, CNRS


Session G6 - Housing Markets

Housing Market Regulation and Social Network

Antoine Bonleu*, Aix-Marseille Université, Aix-Marseille School of Economics


Welfare Measures to Assess Urban Quality of Life

Francesco Andreoli*, CEPS/INSTEAD, University of Verona; Alessandra Michelangeli, University of Milano-Bicocca