Quantitative Spatial Economics Junior Workshop

An Online Spatial Economics Seminar Series
organized by
Clare Balboni and Fabian Eckert
sponsored by
The Woodrow Wilson School and the Princeton Economics IES Section

The QSE workshop was originally meant to be taking place in Princeton in May 2020 with the aim of bringing together early-career researchers interested in quantitative work on the spatial economy. Due to COVID-19, we had to move the first iteration of the Quantitative Spatial Economics Junior Workshop online. Info on future QSE Junior Workshop can be found here.

The workshop took place every Friday between April 17 and June 5 at noon NYC time.

The schedule was as follows:

April 17: Gabriel Kreindler
Peak-Hour Road Congestion Pricing: Experimental Evidence and Equilibrium Implications
Video here

April 24: Diana van Patten
Multinationals, Monopsony and Local Development: Evidence from the United Fruit Company
Video here

May 1: Adrien Bilal
The Geography of Unemployment
Video here

May 8: Conor Walsh
Firm Creation and Local Growth
Video here

May 15: Marta Santamaria
The Gains from Reshaping Infrastructure: Evidence from the division of Germany
Video here

May 22: Clemence Tricaud
Better Alone? Evidence on the Costs of Intermunicipal Cooperation
Video here

May 29: Nick Tsivanidis
Spatial Spillovers from Urban Renewal: Evidence from the Mumbai Mills Redevelopment
Video here

June 5: Milena Almagro
Location Sorting and Endogenous Amenities: Evidence from Amsterdam
Video here