9h00-9h30: Registration
9h30-11h30: Workshop by Miguel Portela and Paulo Guimarães (Room 141)

“Practical issues in the estimation of high-dimensional fixed effects models: Empirical examples using Stata, R and Julia”

11h30-12h00: Coffee-break
12h00-12h15: Welcome Session (Room 118)
12h15-13h15: Keynote Lecture by Francis Kramarz (Room 118)

“Matching Workers’ Skills and Firms’ Technologies: From Bundling to Unbundling”

13h15-14h15: Lunch
14h15-16h00: Parallel Sessions A.1, A.2, and A.3
16h00-16h30: Coffee-break
16h30-18h15: Parallel Sessions B.1 and B.2
19h30: Dinner at “Enoteca” (Alameda da Rua de Serpa Pinto 44B, 4400-307 Vila Nova de Gaia)
9h30-11h15: Parallel Sessions C.1 and C.2
11h15-11h45: Coffee-Break
11h45-12h45: Keynote Lecture by Michael S. Dahl (Room 118)

“Careers, Organizations and Mental Health”

12h45-13h45: Lunch
13h45-15h30: Parallel Sessions D.1 and D.2
15h30-16h00: Coffee-break
16h00-17h30: Round Table “The Role of LEED for Policy Design” (Room 118)

  • Paulo Guimarães, Banco de Portugal and FEP (Moderator)
  • Francisco Lima (President of Statistics Portugal, INE)
  • José Mata (Copenhagen Business School)
  • Michael S. Dahl (Aalborg University Business School)
  • Pedro Martins (Nova SBE)
  • Pedro Portugal (Banco de Portugal and Nova SBE)
Parallel Session A.1 – Employee Turnover & Mobility (June 27, 14h15-16h00) Room 156
Chair: Julia Bodner
“How to enter high-opportunity places? The role of Social Contacts for Residential Mobility in Sweden” – Virág Ilyés, Networks, Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary
“Turnover of Heterogeneous Salespeople and Differential Compensation: The Effect of Geographic Concentration of Salespeople” – Alireza Keshavarz, Maynooth University School of Business
“It’s a man’s world: culture of abuse, #MeToo and worker flows” – Caroline Coly, Paris School of Economics
“Employee Redeployment Patterns in Diversified Firms” – Julia Bodner, Department of Strategy and Innovation, Copenhagen Business School
Parallel Session A.2 – Entrepreneurship (June 27, 14h15-16h00) Room 157
Chair: Emma Lappi
“The Mighty Girl: Family Vulnerability and Female Representation in Male-Led Ventures” – Zhiyan Wu, Erasmus University
“The Small Firm Effect or the First Firm Effect? Examining the Transitions to Entrepreneurship Using Spanish Administrative Data” – Haifeng Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Does Goliath Help David? Anchor Firms and Startup Clusters” – Rahul R. Gupta, Georgetown University
“Nice and Fit, Albeit Not Necessarily Very Smart: The Successful Entrepreneur Profiled from Swedish Conscription Data” – Emma Lappi, Copenhagen Business School
Parallel Session A.3 – Wages I (June 27, 14h15-16h00) Room 158
Chair: Pedro Portugal
“A Grouped-AKM Approach for (Re-)Assessing Bargaining, Sorting and Differential Rent-sharing” – István Boza, Institute of Economics – Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungary
“The Role of Firms on Wage Inequality Dynamics” – Jaime Montana, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
“The Persistence of Wages” – Pedro Portugal, Banco de Portugal and Nova School of Business and Economics
Parallel Session B.1 – Policy Evaluation (June 27, 16h30-18h15) Room 156
Chair: Joana Silva
“Nobody’s gonna slow me down? The effects of a transportation cost shock on firm performance and behavior” – João Pereira dos Santos, RWI and Nova SBE
“Only you? The informational content of individual dismissals” – Daniela Sonedda, University of Piemonte Orientale
“Working Hour Reform, Labor Demand and Productivity” – Kentaro ASAI, Paris School of Economics
“Cash Transfers and Formal Labor Markets: Evidence from Brazil” – Joana Silva, Universidade Católica Portuguesa and World Bank
Parallel Session B.2 – Migration & Labor Markets (June 27, 16h30-18h15) Room 157
Chair: Vera Rocha
“How much do Foreign Ownership and Export Market Participation matter to Performance? New Evidence from Portuguese Micro data” – António Martins, ISEG, Universidade de Lisboa
“The Sources of the Immigrant-Native Wage Gap: Worker, Firm, and Job Title Heterogeneity” – Madalena Severino, Nova School of Business and Economics
“Is Naturalization a Passport for Better Labor Market Integration? Evidence using a Quasi-Experimental Setting” – Yajna Govind, Copenhagen Business School
“Is the hiring of refugees more than charity? Implications for firm performance” – Vera Rocha, Copenhagen Business School
Parallel Session C.1 – Human Capital: Ability & Education (June 28, 9h30-11h15) Room 156
Chair: Pedro Luís Silva
“Employee Protection, Inventor Human Capital, and Innovation Trajectories” – Eduardo Melero, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
“Cognitive Ability, Non-Cognitive Ability, and Employee Mobility: Evidence from Swedish Microdata” – Ali Mohammadi, Copenhagen Business School
“Educational Mismatches of Newly Hired Workers: Short and Medium-run Effects on Wages” – Isabel Araújo, Universidade Lusíada do Porto and ISCAP
“Teacher high school scores or admission exams: what matters for elite and non-elite higher education courses?” – Pedro Luis Silva, CIPES and FEP – University of Porto
Parallel Session C.2 – Occupational Changes (June 28, 9h30-11h15) Room 157
Chair: Ana Oliveira
“The Odd One Out? A Portfolio Perspective on Board Director Exit” – Bram Timmermans, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
“Automation and employment: preliminary evidence for Italian firms” – Angelo Cuzzola, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
“Green Jobs in Portugal: A Task-Based Approach” – Sergey Volozhenin, University of Minho, School of Economics and Management (EEG).
“Firm-level Labor Shares and Technology-driven Occupational Changes” – Ana Oliveira, FEP, U.Porto and UNU-MERIT
Parallel Session D.1 – Wages II (June 28, 13h45-15h30) Room 156
Chair: Adrian L. Merida
“How is the Minimum Wage Shaping the Wage Distribution: Bite, Spillovers, and Wage Inequality” – Carlos Oliveira, Nova School of Business and Economics
“Female Founders and Female Employee Wages” – Ulrich Kaiser, University of Zurich
“Entrepreneurial Experience and Executive Pay” – Adrian L. Merida, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Parallel Session D.2 – Firm-level dynamics & Business Cycles (June 28, 13h45-15h30) Room 157
Chair: Rujuta Vaidya
“Not so sweet: The impact of the Portuguese soda tax on producers” – Judite Gonçalves, Nova School of Business and Economics
“The rise and decline of business dynamism in Portugal during 1986-2018” – Ernesto Nieto-Carrillo, University of Coimbra and CeBER
“Strategic Reallocations in Economic Downturns” – Rujuta Vaidya, NHH-Norwegian School of Economics