Digital Economics Paris - Seminars
A joint initiative of Institut Mines Télécom - Business School, Telecom Paris, and the University of Paris-Saclay. This list includes seminars in cooperation with the jDES network.
Calendar - Academic year 2022-2023
We organize two seminar series during the academic year 2022-2023.
The joint Digital Economics Seminar (jDES) is online and organized in cooperation with the jDES network.
Oct/14, 16:00: Brett Hollenbeck (UCLA Anderson School of Management): "Detecting fake review buyers using network structure: Direct evidence from Amazon" (joint with S. He, G. Overgoor, D. Proserpio, and A. Tosyali)
Nov/04, 15:00: Christoph Carnehl (Bocconi University): "Pricing for the Stars Dynamic Pricing in the Presence of Rating Systems" (joint with A. Stenzel and P. Schmidt)
Dec/02, 15:00: Ksenia Shakhgildyan (Bocconi University): "Measuring Complementarities in Vertical Markets: Evidence from the Digital Advertising Industry" (joint with A. Chiantello, F. Decarolis, M. Goldmanis and A. Penta)
Feb/03, 15:00: Shiva Shekhar (Tilburg School of Economics and Management): "The Strategic Value of Data Sharing" (joint with H. Bhargava, A. Dubus and D. Ronayne)
Mar/03, 15:00: Emil Palikot (Stanford Graduate School of Business): "Smiles In Profiles: Improving Fairness and Efficiency Using Estimates of User Preferences in Online Marketplaces" (joint with S. Athey, D. Karlan, and Y. Yuan)
Apr/14, 15:00: Elena Argentesi (Bologna University): "Estimating Demand with Multi-Homing in Two-Sided Markets" (joint with P. Affeldt and L. Filistrucchi)
May/12, 15:00: Marita Freimane (University of Zurich): "Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Dislike Attacks and Content Creator Productivity on YouTube"
Jun/16, 15:00: Hanna Halaburda (NYU Stern School of Business): "Blockchains, Tokens, and Platforms"
An in-person seminar series is organized on Thursday at Télécom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris (Palaiseau, 31 boulevard Thomas Gobert).
Sep/1, 14:00: Imke Reimers (Northeastern University): "Does Amazon Favor its Own Products? Evidence from Kindle Daily Deals" (joint with J. Waldfogel)
Sep/8, 14:00: Gordon Burtch (Questrom School of Business): "Examining the Relationship between Warehouse Robotics and Worker Injury" (joint with B. Greenwood and K. Ravindran)
Oct/13, 13:00: Andrew Rhodes (TSE): "Platform Design When Sellers Use Pricing Algorithms" (joint with J. Pappas Johnson and M. Wildenbeest)
Nov/24, 13:00: Klaus Miller (HEC): "Sophisticated Consumers with Inertia: Long-Term Implications from a Large-Scale Field Experiment" (joint with N. S. Sahni and A. Strulov-Shlain)
Dec/8, 13:00: Raveesh Mayya (NYU Stern): "Delaying Informed Consent: An Empirical Investigation of Mobile Apps' Upgrade Decisions" (joint with S. Viswanathan)
Mar/16, 13:00: Antonio Russo (University of Sheffield): cancelled - new date coming soon!
Apr/6, 13:00: Ruben Durante (Pompeu Fabra): "Extreme Weather Events, Narratives, and Attidudes towards Climate Change" (with M. Djourelova, E. Motte, E. Patacchini)
Apr/18, 15:00: Francesco Decarolis (Bocconi University): "Competition and Defaults in Online Search" (with M. Li and F. Paternollo) [at 25 Rue des Jeuneurs, 75002 Paris / not Telecom Paris]
May/24, 13:00: Caterina Calsamiglia (IPEG): cancelled - new date coming soon!
Jun/1, 15:00: Laura Brandimarte (Carnegie Mellon University): "Privacy Management: Achieving the Possimpible"
For the archive of all talks in 2021-2022, click here!
Paris Seminars take place on Thursday, 13:00-14:00 (CET).
The jDES usually takes place on Friday from 15:00 to 16:00 (CET).
Reminders: Events are distributed by our Paris mailing list (subscribe here) and by the jDES mailing list (subscribe here). Follow us also on Twitter.
Online calendar: You can import the schedule as Google Calendar here and the ICS File here.
Telecom Paris: Michelangelo Rossi
Institut Mines Telecom, Business School: Grazia Cecere, Nicolas Soulié, Vincent Lefrere
Université Paris-Saclay: Serge Pajak