The third Kent Workshop on Networks in Economics took place in the Kennedy Building at the University of Kent on Friday 20 September 2019.
The half-day workshop brought together leading researchers working on theoretical and empirical aspects of networks in economics. Speakers included Aureo de Paula (UCL), Margherita Comola (Paris-Sud), Piero Gottardi (Essex), Herve Moulin (Glasgow), Edoardo Gallo (Cambridge) and Frederic Deroian (Aix-Marseille).
Funded by the School of Economics at Kent.
|13.15-14.00||Spillovers in Social Programme Participation: Evidence from Chile (with Pedro Carneiro, Barbara Flores, Emanuela Galasso, Rita Ginja and Lucy Kraftman)||Aureo de Paula
(University College London)
|14.00-14.45||Social and Economic Inequality||Margherita Comola
(Paris School of Economics)
|15.15-16.00||Risk sharing, Contagion and Network Formation
(with Antonio Cabrales)
(University of Essex)
|16.00-16.45||Prudential regulation in financial networks||Frederic Deroian
(Aix-Marseille School of Economics)
|17.15-18.00||Social networks, confirmation bias and shock elections
(with Alastair Langtry)
(University of Cambridge)
|18.00-18.45||Fair Division in Networks||Herve Moulin
(University of Glasgow)