Iméra-AMSE International Conference on Market Morality, Globalization, and Income Inequality

Iméra-AMSE International Conference on Market Morality, Globalization, and Income Inequality
November 22 and 23, 2022
Venue: Meeting Room of the Maison Neuve, Iméra

 

 

November 22

9:45 – 10:00 Welcome Speech

Harutaka Takahashi, Iméra resident fellow and AMSE Iméra Chair 2022-23

and

Enrico Donaggio, Iméra's scientific director

10:00-12:30 Morning Session

“Globalization and the Phillips curve: A G7 comparative study”
Gilles Dufrénot (Aix Marseille School of Economics and Sciences Po Aix)

“Endegenous Business Cycles and Intergenerational Technology Transfer”
Atsushi Miyake (Kobe Gakuin University)

14:00 – 16: 30 afternoon Session

“Economic Growth and Substitution between Natives and Immigrants in R&D sector”
Kazunobu Muro (Meiji Gakuin University)

“Macro-Financial Trends in a Model with Concentrated Ownership of Capital”
Francesco Saverio Gaudio (Aix Marseille School of Economics)
 

November 23

10:00 – 12:30 Morning Session

“In Pursuit of the Honor and Noble, ‘to kalon’: Aristotle meets the concept of sympathy in Adam Smith”
Shinji Iwanaga (Meiji Gakuin University)

“Does Pay Inequality Affect Worker Effort? An Assessment of Existing Laboratory
Designs and Evidence”

Marco Fongoni

14:00 – 16: 30 Afternoon Session

“Public Goods in Networks: Some Comparative Statics Results”
Kohmei Makihara (Ph.D. student, Aix Marseille School of Economics)

“Structural Change, Service Sector Features, and Aggregate Elasticity of Substitution”
Yasuyuki Osumi (Hyogo Prefectural University)

 

 

 


About the AMSE Iméra Chair

The AMSE/Iméra Chair "A World in Crisis" is open to researchers in economics, but also in the following disciplines, insofar as the project allows for interaction with the economic science: biology and medicine, law, geography, history, mathematics, neuroeconomics, philosophy, statistics, political science and sociology.