MinE Research Virtual Sessions

Upcoming virtual sessions on Minorities in Economics-related research


Wednesday, January 10, 16:00 CET
Alon Rubinstein will present his research, Price and Prejudice: Customer Taste-Based Discrimination and Competition, which was awarded as a runner-up of  the 2023 MinE Best Paper Award


Tuesday, December 16, 18:00 CET
Roland Hodler will present his research, Ethnic Clustering in Schools and Early Career Outcomes


Wednesday, February 7, 18:00 CET
Laura Perez will present her research, Affirming the Racial Divide? The Political Consequences of Affirmative Action in Brazil 


Monday, December 4
Sigrid Suetens presented her research, Ethnic Salience and Discrimination, which was awarded as a runner-up of  the 2023 MinE Best Paper Award.
View recording of the session here

Tuesday, November 7
Ethan Kaplan presented his research, which won him the 2023 MinE Best Paper Award,  School Desegregation and Political Preferences: Long-Run Evidence from Kentucky 
View recording of session here 

Wednesday, May 31
Sulin Sardoschau
 presented her co-authored research Social Media and the Diffusion of Protest: Evidence from Black Lives Matter.
View recording of session here

Wednesday, May 24 
Yuval Ofek-Shanny presented his research Measurements of performance gaps are sensitive to the level of test stakes: Evidence from PISA and a Field Experiment.
View recording of session here

Wednesday, February 15
Ian Burn
and Michael E. Martell presented their CSQIEP Award for Outstanding Research Paper in LGBTQ+ Economics (AEA)  2022 paper Gender Typicality and Sexual Minority Labor Market Differentials
View recording of session here 

Wednesday, January 11
Federico Ricca and Francesco Trebbi presented their MinE Best Paper Award 2022 paper Minority Underrepresentation in US Cities
View recording of session here