Contributed Session 6 - December 16, 14:30-16:30

6.1 Mechanism Design
Chair: ROLAND STRAUSZ
Room: N01
6.1.1
Dynamic Nonmonetary Incentives
Daniel Bird (Northwestern University) with Alexander Frug  (Tel Aviv University)
6.1.2
Implementation in partial equilibrium
Michele Lombardi (University of Glasgow) with Takashi Hayashi (University of Glasgow)
6.1.3
Ex-post optimal knapsack procurement
Vincent Meisner (University of Mannheim) with Felix Jarman (University of Mannheim)
6.1.4
Continuous-Time Games with Imperfect and Abrupt Information
Benjamin Bernard (University of Alberta)


6.2 Topics in Education
Chair: JEROME ADDA
Room: N02
6.2.1
Externalities in the Classroom: Identification of direct and peer effects of school attendance on exam performance
Sofoklis Goulas (University of North Carolina,Chapel Hill) with Rigissa Megalokonomou (University of Warwick)
6.2.2 Knowing who you are: The Effect of Feedback Information on Exam Performance
Rigissa Megalokonomou (University of Warwick) with Sofoklis Goulas (University of North Carolina,Chapel Hill)
6.2.3 Students' dynamic learning effect: a structural model and its estimation
Xintong Han (Toulouse School of Economics)
6.2.4
The Effect of the Increasing Demand for Elite Schools on Stratification
Ricardo Estrada (European University Institute)


6.3 Macroeconomics: Labor Market Aspects
Chair: MORTEN RAVN
Room: N03
6.3.1
How Credit Constraints Impact Job Finding Rates, Sorting & Aggregate Output
Kyle Herkenhoff (University of Minnesota)
6.3.2
Real Wages and the Manifestation of Financial Crises
Alex Clymo (London School of Economics)
6.3.3
Can Wage Dynamics in Long-term Employment Relationships Help Mitigate Financial Shocks
Yicheng Wang (University of Oslo)
6.3.4
Wage Risk, Employment Risk and the Rise in Wage Inequality
Felix Wellschmied (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) with  Ariel Mecikovsky (Universitaet Bonn)


6.4 Microeconometrics: Panel Data and Quantile Models
Chair: AUREO DE PAULA
Room: N04
6.4.1
Dual Regression
Sami Stouli (University of Bristol) with Richard Spady (Johns Hopkins University)
6.4.2 A comparison of two quantile models with endogeneity
Kaspar Wuethrich (University of Bern)
6.4.3
Estimation of Nonlinear Panel Models with Multiple Unobserved Effects
Mingli Chen (Boston University)
6.4.4 Uniform results on estimation and inference of time-heterogeneous panel data models with interactive fixed effects
Yinchu Zhu (UCSD)


6.5 Local labor market connections
Chair: ANDREA WEBER
Room: N05
6.5.1
How Concentrated are Local Labour Markets? Evidence from Job Mobility Networks
Jan Sebastian Nimczik (University of Mannheim)
6.5.2
National Industry Trade Shocks, Local Labor Markets and Agglomeration Spillovers
Ines Helm (University College London)
6.5.3
Stars and Brokers: Peer Effects among Medical Scientists
Myra Mohnen (University College London)


6.6 International Macroeconomics
Chair: TOMMASO MONACELLI
Room: N06
6.6.1
Financial Competition and Default Crises
Goncalo Pina (Santa Clara Univeristy)
6.6.2
Information Globalization, Risk Sharing, and International Trade
Isaac Baley (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) with Laura Veldkamp (New York University Stern School of Business) and Mike Waugh (New York University)
6.6.3 Cross-Border Portfolio Diversification under Trade Linkages
Makram Khalil (University of Vienna)


6.7 Econometric Theory 
Chair: EMMANUEL GUERRE
Room: N07
6.7.1
On Econometric Inference and Multiple Use of the Same Data
Benjamin Holcblat (BI) with D Steffen Gronneberg (BI) 
6.7.2 Copula-Based Random Effects Models
Santiago Pereda-Fernández (Banca d'Italia)
6.7.3
Non-Stationary Dynamic Factor Models for Large Datasets
Matteo Luciani (Federal Reserve Board) with Matteo Barigozzi (London School of Economics and Political Science) and Marco Lippi (Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance)