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4th REAP & SBE Meetings

Saturday, August 18th 2018

Insper – Rua Quatá 300, São Paulo

PROGRAM

 

9-12hs – 3 Morning Papers– 5 Parallel Sessions 12-13:30hs – Lunch (Insper, 5th floor)

13:30-15:30hs – 2 Afternoon Papers – 5 Parallel Sessions

15:30-17hs – Keynote Session: Bernardo Guimarães (FGV EESP) – Room “Souza Dantas” “Dynamic Coordination”

Chair: Naercio Menezes Filho (Insper and FEA/USP)

Parallel Sessions

Education and Health – 9-15:30hs – Room “Souza Dantas” (Insper, 2nd floor)

Coordinators: Naercio Menezes Filho (Insper and FEA/USP) and Fernanda Estevan (FGV EESP)

Cristine Pinto (FGV EESP), Vladimir Ponczek (FGV EESP), Amanda Arabage (FGV EESP) and Luis Meloni (FGV EESP)
“Individual Incentives, Collective Incentives and Socioemotional Skills”
Discussant: Fernando Botelho (FEA/USP)

Rafael P. Ribas (University of Amsterdam), Breno Sampaio (UFPE) and Giuseppe Trevisan (UFPE)
“Can Better Peers Signal Less Success? The Disruptive Effect of Perceived Rank on Career Investment”
Discussant: Vladimir Ponczek (FGV EESP)

Daniel Lopes (IPEA), Geraldo Silva Filho (INEP) and Leonardo Monasterio (IPEA) “Family Culture and School Achievement in Brazil”
Discussant: Andrea Lepine (FEA/USP)

Debora Mazetto (FGV EESP) and Enlinson Mattos (FGV EESP) “Assessing the impact of More Doctors Program on health care indicators”
Discussant: Rudi Rocha (FGV EAESP)

Camila Steffens (FEA/USP) and Paula Carvalho Pereda (FEA/USP) “Cigarette Consumers Behavior: Effects of Smoking Bans in Brazil”
Discussant: Cristine Campos de Xavier Pinto (FGV EESP)

Labor, Inequality and Poverty- 9-15:30hs – Room “Graber” (Insper, 2nd floor)
Coordinators: Andre Portela Souza (FGV EESP) and Cecilia Machado (FGV EPGE)

Jefferson Bertolai (FEA-RP/USP) and Luiz Scorzafave (FEA-RP/USP) “Property Rights in Illicit Drug Markets”
Discussant: Raphael Bruce (FEA/USP)

Beatriz Ribeiro (PUC-Rio)
“Pretrial Detention, Rearrest Rates and Crime: Evidence from the Introduction of Detention Hearings in Brazil”
Discussant: Rodrigo Moita (Insper)

Daniel Da Mata (IPEA) and Lucas Mation (IPEA)
“Labor Market Effects of Public Housing: Evidence from Large-Scale Lotteries”
Discussant: Ciro Biderman (FGV EAESP)

Carlos Alberto Belchior (PUC-Rio) and Yara Gomes (UnB)
“Her money, their chores: bargaining over domestic work in Brazil”
Discussant: Ricardo Madeira (FEA/USP)

Viviane Sanfelice (University of Rochester)
“Universal Public Childcare and Mother Labor Force Participation in Brazil”
Discussant: Priscilla de Albuquerque Tavares (FGV EESP)

Labor, Inequality and Poverty- 9-15:30hs – Room “Graber” (Insper, 2nd floor)
Coordinators: Andre Portela Souza (FGV EESP) and Cecilia Machado (FGV EPGE)

Jefferson Bertolai (FEA-RP/USP) and Luiz Scorzafave (FEA-RP/USP) “Property Rights in Illicit Drug Markets”
Discussant: Raphael Bruce (FEA/USP)

Beatriz Ribeiro (PUC-Rio)
“Pretrial Detention, Rearrest Rates and Crime: Evidence from the Introduction of Detention Hearings in Brazil”
Discussant: Rodrigo Moita (Insper)

Daniel Da Mata (IPEA) and Lucas Mation (IPEA)
“Labor Market Effects of Public Housing: Evidence from Large-Scale Lotteries”
Discussant: Ciro Biderman (FGV EAESP)

Carlos Alberto Belchior (PUC-Rio) and Yara Gomes (UnB)
“Her money, their chores: bargaining over domestic work in Brazil”
Discussant: Ricardo Madeira (FEA/USP)

Viviane Sanfelice (University of Rochester)
“Universal Public Childcare and Mother Labor Force Participation in Brazil”
Discussant: Priscilla de Albuquerque Tavares (FGV EESP)

Growth and Trade – 10-15:30hs – Room “Otto Lara Resende” (Insper, 2nd floor)
Coordinators: Tiago Cavalcanti (Cambridge and FGV EESP) and João Paulo Pessoa (FGV EESP)

Felipe Iachan (FGV EPGE), Cezar Santos (FGV EPGE) and Diego Gomes (University of Alberta)
“Labor Earnings Dynamics with a Large Informal Sector”
Discussant: Tiago Cavalcanti (Cambridge and FGV EESP)

Rudi Rocha (FGV EAESP) and Francisco Costa (FGV EPGE) “Stop Suffering! Economic Downturns and Pentecostal Upsurge”
Discussant: João Paulo Pessoa (FGV EESP)

Luiz Brotherhood (FGV EPGE) and Bruno Delalibera (FGV EPGE)
“The Allocation of Public Expenditures across Educational Stages: A Quantitative Analysis for a Developing Country”
Discussant: Marcelo Santos (Insper)

Marcos Y. Nakaguma (FEA/USP)
“Checks and Balances and Vote-Buying in Legislatures: Theory and Evidence from Brazil”
Discussant: Daniel Monte (FGV EESP)

Industrial Organization 9-15:30hs – Room “Alberto Bandeira de Queiroz” (Insper, 2nd floor)
Coordinators: Leonardo Resende (PUC-Rio) and Fabio Miessi (PUC-Rio)

Andre Trindade (FGV EPGE)
“Measuring the Welfare of Intermediation in Vertical Markets”
Discussant: Fabio Miessi (PUC-Rio)

Leticia Nunes (FGV EPGE), Francisco Costa (FGV EPGE) and Fabio Sanches (PUC-Rio)
“Unveiling Physicians’ Choice of Practice Location: Evidence from Observed Migration”
Discussant: Andre Trindade (FGV EPGE)

Rodrigo B. Andrade (FGV EPGE)
“Robust project selection in cost-based procurement”
Discussant: Ana Abras (UFABC)

Ana Abras (UFABC) and Guilherme Cardim Mattos (BB)
“Social Media and Customer Service: The Case of a Large Retail Bank in Brazil”
Discussant: Marcelo Henrique Shinkoda Santos (UFV)

Marcelo Henrique Shinkoda Santos (UFV) and Marcelo José Braga (UFV)
“Brazilian Banking Behavior in the Loans and Deposits Market Segments”
Discussant: Leonardo Resende (PUC-Rio)

Macroeconomics and Finance 9-15:30hs – Room “Peter Drucker” (Insper, 2nd floor)
Coordinator: Marco Bonomo (Insper) and Felipe Iachan (FGV EPGE)

Italo de Paula Franca (FEA/USP) and Renata Narita (FEA/USP)
“Self-employment in the United Kingdom: The role of frictions and labor market institutions”
Discussant: Eduardo Zilberman (Central Bank of Chile)

Marcel Ribeiro (FGV EESP)
“On the implications of strategic uncertainty for expectation formation in macroeconomics”
Discussant: Gabriel Madeira (FEA/USP)

Aloisio Araujo (FGV EPGE), Paulo Lins (FGV EPGE) and Rafael Santos (FGV and BCB) “Inflation Targeting under Fiscal Fragility”
Discussant: Marcel Ribeiro (FGV EESP)

Arthur Mendes (PUC-Rio) and Tiago Berriel (PUC-Rio)
“Central Bank Balance Sheet, Liquidity Trap, and Quantitative Easing”
Discussant: Pierluca Panella (FGV EESP)

Carlos Carvalho (PUC-Rio and BCB), Bruno Perdigão (BCB) and Ricardo Schechtman (BCB)
“Do foreign banks overcome borrower informational asymmetries by relying on their domestic peers’ recent behavior?”
Discussant: Marcio Nakane (FEA/USP)

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