GLO-Berlin-2024 Draft Program April 9, 2024

NOTE: Jointly organized by GLO and Journal of Population Economics (JOPE). The conference takes place on April 18-20, 2024, with presentations in-person only on April 18-19, and online-only on April 20. However, all sessions (in-person & online) will be accessible online by all registered. Presentation time is 15 min in GLO (regular) sessions and 20 min in JOPE sessions. Paper presenters are expected to comment or ask a question during the discussion of the next following paper in the program; the last author responds in the part of the first presenter.

Full EBES 47 – GLO Berlin 2024 Program

Thursday, April 18

JOPE I. Health & Work (9.00-11:00 CET)

Chair: Matloob Piracha, University of Kent, U.K., & GLO

Working from Home and Performance Pay: Individual or Collective Payment Schemes?
Uwe Jiriahn, Trier University, and Cinzia Rienzo, Brighton University, U. K.

Did COVID-19 (permanently) raise the demand for “teleworkable” jobs?
Massimiliano Bratti, Università degli Studi di Milano, Irene Brunetti, INAPP, Italy, Alessandro Corvasce, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano, Agata Maida, U Milano, and Andrea Ricci, INAPP

Retirement Decisions in the Age of COVID-19:  Did Working from Home Keep Older Employees Working Longer?
Giovanni Gallo, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy, Amparo Nagore, University of Valencia

Impact of TB Epidemic on Worker and Firm Productivity: Regional Perspective from Ukraine
Olena Nizalova, University of Kent, GLO, IZA, U. K., and Oleksandr Shepotylo, Aston University

JOPE II. Identity, Bitterness & Local Justice (11:10 – 13.10 CET)

Chair: Shuaizhang Feng, Jinan University, China, & GLO

Education and Ethnic Intermarriage: Evidence from Higher Education Expansion in Indonesia
Antonio Di Paolo, University of Barcelona, Spain, and Khalifany Ash Shidiqi, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

Ethnic identity and educational outcomes
Teresa Randazzo, Department of Business and Economics, University of Naples Parthenope; Fondazione CMCC, and RFF-CMCC EIEE, Italy and GLO, and Matloob Piracha, School of Economics, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, GLO and IZA

The Bitter Taste of Unemployment – Evidence from Layoffs in Germany
Christopher Prömel, FU Berlin, Germany, Max F. Steinhardt, FU Berlin

Equal Justice Under Law? Local Justice Quality and Crimes
Daria Denti, GSSI, and Marco Di Cataldo, LSE, U. K.

GLO I. Issues in Labor Economics I (14:30-16:30 CET)

Chair: Barbara Sveva Magnanelli, John Cabot University, Italy

The call of nature. Three post-pandemic scenarios about remote working
Marco Biagetti, INAPP, Giuseppe Croce Sapienza, University of Rome, Ilaria Mariotti, Politecnico di Milano, Federica Rossi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Sergio Scicchitano, John Cabot University

A wider look at female employment and childbirth in Italy
Chiara Mussida, UniversitàCattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy, Dario Sciulli University of Chieti-Pescara

Local employment effects of temperature shocks and the role of occupational heat stress: evidence from Italy
Marco Biagetti
,INAPP, Italy, Valerio Intraligi, INAPP

Formal and/or informal insurance? The role of vulnerabilities in risk-mitigating strategies among migrants
Marine de Talancé, Université Gustave Eiffel, Sandra Pellet, UPEC, France

Power to Skills – Mapping the (Regional) Skill Gap for the Green Transition
Liliana Cuccu,
DIW, Germany

Leadership Position, Career Advancement, and Motherhood,
Barbara Sveva Magnanelli, John Cabot University, Italy, Elisa Raoli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano 

Friday, April 19

JOPE III. Gender (9:00-11:00 CET)

Chair: Matloob Piracha, University of Kent, U.K., & GLO

Working from home and job satisfaction: the role of gender and personality traits
Piero Esposito, Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Silvia Mendolia, Università di Torino, Sergio Scicchitano, John Cabot University, INAPP and GLO, Italy, and Cristina Tealdi, Heriot-Watt University

Material and social deprivation in working age single-adult households: the role of gender
Enrico Fabrizi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Chiara Mussida, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, and Maria Laura Parisi, Università di Brescia, Italy

Pre-school Enrollment and Mothers’ Labour Supply: Evidence from Europe
Julien Bergeot, Ca’Foscari University, and Adèle Lemoine, Sciences Po Paris, France

IV. Child Matters (13:50-15:50 CET)

Chair: Shuaizhang Feng, Jinan University, China, & GLO

Does child care affect children’s ability? Evidence from the Netherlands
Ya Gao, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy

An economic analysis of the empty nest syndrome: What the leaving child does matters
Alan Piper, Economics Department, University of Leeds, U. K.

Changes in Mother’s and Children’s Gaming Behavior During the COVID-19 Pandemic:  Longitudinal Evidence Based on a Family Media Use Typology for Germany
Simone Schüller, German Youth Institute (DJI), Germany, Claudia Zerle-Elsäßer, German Youth Institute, Öykü Camligüney, German Youth Institute, Alexandra Langmeyer, German Youth Institute, and Thorsten Naab, German Youth Institute

Fetal environment, adult risk factors and the hazard of acquiring adult non-communicable diseases: Evidence from the Philippines
Marjorie Pajaron, University of the Philippines, The Philippines, and Kenmore B. Espinoza, University of the Philippines

GLO II. Issues in Labor Economics II (16:00-18:00 CET)

Chair: Sergio Scicchitano, John Cabot University, INAPP and GLO, Italy

Effect of One-child Policy on the Human Capital Accumulations of the Next Generation,
Shuaizhang Feng, Jinan University, China

In the wrong place at the wrong time: Mass shootings and human capital
Michele Ubaldi, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy

Government support of female employee-dominated firms: lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic
Ruoran Zhao, University of Edinburgh, U. K., Wenxuan Hou, University of Edinburgh, and Klaus F. Zimmermann, FU Berlin & GLO

Religion and Attitudes towards Women in the Labor Market
Dušan Marković, Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University, Mrdjan Mladjan, EBS Business School,Germany, Elena Nikolova, Zayed University

Recessions and the Labor Market Returns to Cognitive and Social Skills 
David Frisvold, University of Iowa, Sun Hyung Kim, Shanghai University, China

Saturday, April 20

GLO III. Issues in Labor Economics III (9:00-11:00 CET)

Chair: Annamaria Nese, University of Salerno, Italy

Investment in Digital Technologies and Firms’ Labour Demand
Mauro Caselli, Università di Trento, Edwin Fourrier-Nicolaï, University of Trento, Italy, Andrea Fracasso Università di Trento, Sergio Scicchitano John Cabot University

Endogenouos Oligopsony
Luca Lorenzini, UCLA Anderson, USA

Citizenship, math and gender: Exploring immigrant students’ choice of majors
Marina Murat, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy

The Uneven Effect of Covid School Closures: Parents in Teleworkable vs. Non-Teleworkable Occupations
Ainoa Fenoll, University of Turin, Italy

Empires, gender attitudes and tolerance: Evidence from Romania
Elena Nikolova, Zayed University,  United Arab Emirates, Aurelian-Petrus Plopeanu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi

The Role of Migration for Workplace Safety in Europe
Luigi Aldieri, University of Salerno, Annamaria Nese, University of Salerno, Italy

JOPE V. Issues in Population Economics (11:10-13:10 CET)

Chair: Klaus F. Zimmermann, FU Berlin & GLO

Long-run impact of early-life adversity on prosocial behavior: Evidence from China’s 1959-1961 Great Famine
Shaoda Wang, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, Singapore, and Jun Hyung Kim, School of Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences, KAIST

Credit Supply Shocks and Fertility: Long-Term Consequences
Bokyung Kim, Stanford University, SIEPR, Minseog Kim, Department of Economics, University of Texas at Austin, and Narae Park, Department of Economics, Korea University, Korea

The biased reaction to changes in family-related public expenditure: How generosity and universalism influence fertility
Andrea Barigazzi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy, Giovanni Gallo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy, and GLO, and Stephan Köppe, University College Dublin, School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, Dublin, Ireland

Digital Gender Gap and Entrepreneurship: New Evidence from Arab countries
Zuzana Brixiova, Masaryk University, Slovakia, and Lenka Johnson Filipová, VSB – Technical University of Ostrava

Got much, got nothing: Analyzing the impact of increased special interest groups’ influence on utility
Labib Shami, Western Galilee College, Department of Economics, Israel, and Teddy Lazebnik, Ariel University, Ariel, Department of Mathematics University College London, Cancer Institute, Department of Cancer Biology

Does women’s labor force participation affect gender role beliefs? Causal evidence from Pakistan
Mudassira Sarfraz, University of Warsaw, Poland

GLO IV. Issues in Labor Economics IV (13:30-15:30 CET)

Chair: Fraser Summerfield, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada

Long-Run Impact of Armed Conflict on Women: Evidence from Bangladesh
Ritu Jaiswal, IIT Kanpur, Debayan Pakrashi, Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata, India, and Sounak Thakur, IIT Kanpur

Economic Achievement and Vertical Cultural Transmission
Sergei Pankratev, Brown University, USA

Unaccompanied Migrant Children and Violations of Federal Child Labor Law
Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes, UC – Merced, Jose Bucheli, The University of Texas at El Paso, USA

Intragenerational labour mobility and well-being in later life
Ellam Kulati, University of Warsaw, Poland

A Nash equilibrium against gun control
Alessandro Saccal, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, India

The long shadow of bullying: career consequences for an American cohort
Fraser Summerfield, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada