Workshop « Cities and Gender Inequalities »

Workshop « Cities and Gender Inequalities »

Workshop « Cities and Gender Inequalities »

The CES will host the 3rd edition of the workshop “Gender Economics and Family Economics” on May 31, 2024. This bi-annual workshop is organized in collaboration with the ThEMA laboratory, CY Cergy Paris University. For this 3rd edition, the workshop will be dedicated to the theme “Cities and Gender Inequalities”.

Location: Maison des Sciences Economiques, room 117 (1st floor)




9:30-10:00 am: Welcome and Coffee

10:00-11:00 am: “Moving to Opportunity, Together” by Elin Sundberg (Uppsala University), joint work with Seema Jayachandran (Princeton University), Lea Nassal (University of Duisby-Essen),Matthew Notowidigdo (Chicago Booth School of Business), Marie Paul (University of Duisby-Essen) and Hearther Sarsons (University of British Columbia)

Discussant: Thomas Breda (Paris School of Economics)

11:00-12:00 am: “Segregation and Sorting of U.S. Households: Who Marries Whom and Where?” by Davide Alonzo (University of Montréal), joint work with Nezih Guner (CEMFI) and Claudio Luccioletti (CEMFI)

Discussant: Marion Goussé (CREST-ENSAI)

12:00-13:30 pm: Lunch

13:30-14:30 pm: “Parenthood and the Gender Gap in Commuting”, by Aline Bütikofer (Norwegian School of Economics), joint work with René Karadakic (Harvard University) and Alexander Willén (Norwegian School of Economics)

Discussant: Sarah Fleche (CES-University Paris 1)

14:30-15:30 pm: “Mums and the City: Household Labor Supply and Location Choice”, by Ana Moreno-Maldonado (University of Mannheim)

Discussant: Mariona Segú (CY Cergy Paris University)