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36th Annual Virtual General Conference Preliminary Program, Hosted by Statistics Norway, August 23-27th

Program as of August 27th
All times are local time in Norway (CEST)

 

Monday, August 23

 

2:00PM- 2:10PM CEST: Welcoming Remarks
Welcoming Remarks
  • Geir Axelsen (Director General, Statistics Norway)
  • Marshall Reinsdorf  (Chair of Conference Program Committee and Past President, IARIW)

 

2:10PM- 4PM CEST: Opening Plenary Organized by Statistics Norway
Opening Plenary Session: Economic and Social Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Organizer: Statistics Norway

Chair: Linda Nøstbakken (Research Director, Statistics Norway) Bio

  1. “The Great Lockdown: Dissecting the Economic Effects”

Francesca Caselli (International Monetary Fund) Bio

  1. “The Corona Pandemic – Consequences and Policies”

Steinar Holden (University of Oslo, Norway) Bio

  1. “COVID-19 Through the Lens of Real-time Micro Data for the Norwegian Labor Market”

Simen Markussen (Frisch Centre for Economic Research, Norway) Bio

 

Keynotes addresses will be followed by a panel discussion and questions from the floor.

4PM-4:30 PM CEST: Break
4:30PM- 6:30 PM CEST: Second Plenary

 

IARIW Plenary Session: New Developments in Economic Measurement

Organizer: Program Committee 

Chair: Kevin Fox (University of New South Wales, Australia) 

  1. “Quality Adjustment at Scale: Hedonic vs. Exact Demand-Based Price Indices”

David Johnson (University of Michigan, United States), Matthew Shapiro (University of Michigan and NBER, United States), John Haltiwanger (University of Maryland and NBER, United States), Gabriel Ehrlich (University of Michigan, United States), Ron Jarmin (United States Census Bureau), Ed Olivares (University of Maryland, United States) and Laura Yi Zhao (University of Maryland, United States and Bank of Canada) [Background Paper] Proposal  

Discussant: Marshall Reinsdorf (IMF – Retired)

  1. “The ONS Online Time Use Survey: Creating a Feasible Platform for 21st Century Time Use Data Collection”

Gueorguie Vassilev (Office for National Statistics, UK), Susannah East (Office for National Statistics, UK), William King (Office for National Statistics, UK), Chris Payne (Office for National Statistics, UK) and Sally Wallace (Office for National Statistics, UK)  Proposal

Discussant: Joachim Merz (Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany)

  1. “Wealth Inequality in the Long Run”

Sonia Schifano (University of Luxembourg) and Guido Alfani (Bocconi University, Italy) Proposal

Discussant: Lars Osberg (Dalhousie University, Canada)

  1. “How Does Education Contribute to Productivity? An Intangible Infrastructure Approach Applied to the UK and the US.”

Mary O’Mahony (King’s College London and Economics Statistics Center of Excellence, UK), Carol Corrado (The Conference Board and Georgetown University, United States) and Lea Samek (King’s College London and Economics Statistics Center of Excellence, UK) Proposal

Discussant: Bart van Ark (University of Manchester, UK)

6:45- 8:00 CEST (Monday): Ruggles Lecture

Chair: Marshall Reinsdorf (Past President, IARIW) 

Presentation of Ruggles Prize
Ruggles Lecture:

“Big Data for 21st Century Economic Statistics”

Katharine Abraham (University of Maryland, United States) Presentation

Recording of Ruggles Lecture: https://vimeo.com/593140108/3fc739947a

Tuesday, August 24

1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Tuesday): Poster Session 1
Poster Session 1A:

1. “Accounting for Non-market Household Production ‘Beyond GDP’: 20th Century Trends in Mother’s Milk Production”

Julie Smith (Australian National University) Proposal

2. “Comparison of Equality and Levels of Wellbeing Across the Former USSR Countries Pre and Post Dissolution”

Salih Abuelyamen (Association of Retired Staff of CBS Sudan) Proposal

Poster Session 1B: 

1. “Sustainability of the Process of Convergence in Poland”

Dariusz Kotlewski (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland) and Miroslaw Blazej (Statistics Poland) Proposal

2.“A Manufacturing Renaissance? Industrialization Trends in the Developing World”

Hagen Kruse (GGDC, University of Groningen), Emmanuel Mensah  (GGDC, University of Groningen), Kunal Sen (UNU WIDER), and Gaaitzen de Vries (GGDC, University of Groningen) Proposal

2PM- 4PM CEST (Tuesday): Concurrent Sessions
Session 1: Globalization, Trade in Services, and Intangibles: Conceptual Challenges and Measurement Issues

Organizers: Philippe Stauffer (Swiss Federal Statistical Office), Sanjiv Mahajan (Office for National Statistics, UK), Tanja Mucha (Federal Statistical Office of Germany) and John Haas (National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg)

Chair: Philippe Stauffer (Swiss Federal Statistical Office) 

  1. “Reclaiming Relevance of the SNA Core”

Michael Osterwald-Lenum (Statistics Denmark) Proposal

Discussant: Sanjiv Mahajan (Office for National Statistics, UK)

  1. “Norwegian Enterprises Involved in Global Manufacturing. Some Practical and Conceptual Problems”

Oeyvind Woxmyhr Bersaas (Statistics Norway) and Trude Nygaard Evensen (Statistics Norway) Proposal

Discussant: Philippe Stauffer (Swiss Federal Statistical Office) 

  1. “Accounting for Intangibles”

Samuel Kortum (Yale University, United States) and Jonathan Eaton (The Pennsylvania State University, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Marshall Reinsdorf (IMF – Retired)

  1. “The Treatment of International Sports Organizations in the Swiss National Accounts”

Camille Gonseth (Swiss Federal Statistical Office) and Philippe Kuettel (Swiss Federal Statistical Office) Proposal

Discussant: Sanjiv Mahajan (Office for National Statistics, UK)

Session 2: The Potential and Challenges of Big Data and other Alternative Data in the Production of Prices, National Accounts, and Measures of Economic Well-Being

 Organizers: Catherine Van Rompaey (World Bank), Thesia I. Garner (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States), and Mary O’Mahony (King’s College London and Economics Statistics Center of Excellence, UK)

Chair: Mary O’Mahony (King’s College London and Economics Statistics Center of Excellence, UK)

  1. “On Top of the Top. Adjusting Wealth Distributions Using National Rich Lists”

Franziska Disslbacher (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Michael Ertl (Austrian Federal Chamber of Labor), Emanuel List (Vienna University of Economics and Business and Macroeconomic Policy Institute), Patrick Mokre (Austrian Federal Chamber of Labor and The New School), and Matthias Schnetzer (Austrian Federal Chamber of Labor)  Proposal

Discussant: Kevin Moore (Federal Reserve Board, United States)

  1. “Digital Opportunity: How Cloud Computing Changes the Shape of the UK Economy”

Oleksii Romanko (Kings College London, UK) Proposal

Discussant: Rebecca Riley (Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE),  UK)

  1. “What’s in a Job? Measuring Skills From Online Job Adverts”

Gueorguie Vassilev (Office for National Statistics, UK), Khloe Evans (Office for National Statistics, UK),  and Oleksii Romanko (King’s College London, UK)Proposal

Discussant: Lea Samek (OECD)

  1. “Hedonic Imputation with Tree-based Decision Approaches”

Shipei Zeng (University of New South Wales, Australia and Shenzhen Research Institute of Big Data, China) Proposal

Discussant: Ana Aizcorbe (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States)

Session 3: Time Use, Welfare and GDP I

Organizers: Diane Coyle (Cambridge University, UK), Leonard Nakamura (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, United States) and Kevin Fox (University of New South Wales, Australia)

Chair: Kevin Fox (University of New South Wales, Australia)

  1. “Time Use and Household-Centric Measurement of Welfare in the Digital Economy”

Leonard Nakamura (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, United States) and Diane Coyle (Cambridge University, UK) Proposal

Discussant: Paul Schreyer (OECD, France)

  1. “Accounting for Free Digital Services and Household Production — An Application to Facebook”

Paul Schreyer (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Proposal

Discussant: Diane Coyle (Cambridge University, UK) 

3.  “Household Innovation and R&D: Bigger Than You Think”

Dan Sichel (Wellesley College, United States) and Eric von Hippel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States) [Abstract]

Discussant: Nick Oulton (London School of Economics, UK) 

  1. “Labor Market Trends and the Changing Value of Time”

Job Boerma (University of Minnesota, United States) and Loukas Karabarbounis (University of Minnesota and National Bureau of Economic Research, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Leonard Nakamura (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)

Session 4: Globalization and Inequality I

Organizers: Gaaitzen de Vries (University of Groningen, Netherlands) and Marcel Timmer (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

Chair: Gaaitzen de Vries (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

  1. “Is the Financial Market Driving the Income Distribution? – An analysis of the Linkage between Income and Wealth in Europe”

Ilja Kristian Kavonius (European Central Bank) and Veli-Matti Toermaelehto (European Central Bank) Proposal

Discussant: Tsvetana Spasova (University of Basel, Switzerland) 

  1. “Between Sticky Floors and Glass Ceilings: The Effect of Trade Liberalization on Double Discrimination in Brazil”

Laura Diniz Penteado de Barros (University of Göttingen, Germany) and Manuel Santos Silva (University of Münster, Germany) Proposal

Discussant: Matteo Targa (German Institute for Economic Research)

  1. “Decomposing the Between-firm Employment Earnings Dispersion in the Canadian Business Sector: The Role of Firm Characteristics”

Beiling Yan (OECD), Wulong Gu (Statistics Canada) and Douwere Grekou (Statistics Canada) Proposal

Discussant: Gaaitzen de Vries (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

  1. “Changing Distribution of Factor Income: The Direct Role of MNEs”

Oscar Lemmers (Statistics Netherlands) Proposal

Discussant: András Pinkasz (Hungarian Central Statistical Office)

 

4:00 PM-4:30 PM CEST: Break
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM CEST: Concurrent Sessions
Session 5: Time Use, Welfare and GDP II

Organizers: Diane Coyle (Cambridge University, UK), Leonard Nakamura (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, United States) and Kevin Fox (University of New South Wales, Australia)

Chair: Kevin Fox (University of New South Wales, Australia) 

  1. “The Effect of Changes in the Terms of Trade on GDP and Welfare: a Divisia Approach to the SNA

Nicholas Oulton (London School of Economics, UK) Paper

Discussant: Robert Inklaar (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

  1. “Unpaid Work and Female Labor-Force Participation: Insights from in India’s Time Use Data”

Surajit Deb (University of Delhi, India) Proposal

Discussant: Sabrina Pabilonia (Bureau of Labor Statistics, US) Presentation

  1. “Leisure-Enhancing Technological Change”

Lukasz Rachel (London School of Economics) Proposal

Discussant:  Diane Coyle (Cambridge University, UK)

  1. “Time, Income and Subjective Well-Being – 20 years of Interdependent Multidimensional Polarization in Germany”

Joachim Merz (Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany) and Bettina Scherg (Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany) Abstract

Discussant: Anthony Lepinteur (University of Luxembourg) 

Session 6: Globalization and Inequality II

Organizers: Gaaitzen de Vries (University of Groningen, Netherlands) and Marcel Timmer (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

Chair: Gaaitzen de Vries (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

  1. “The Role of Misallocation in the Relationship Between Trade and Income Inequality”

Behzod Alimov (Westminster International University in Tashkent, Uzbekistan) Proposal

Discussant: Wulong Gu (Statistics Canada)

  1. “Financial Openness and Inequality”

Tsvetana Spasova (University of Basel, Switzerland) and Stefan Avdjiev (Bank for International Settlements, Switzerland) Proposal

Discussant: Laura Diniz Penteado de Barros (University of Göttingen, Germany)

  1. “De-routinization of Jobs and the Distribution of Earnings – Evidence from 35 Countries”

Carsten Schröder (German Institute for Economic Research), Matteo Targa (German Institute for Economic Research) and Maximilan Longmuir (Freie University Berlin, Germany) Proposal

Discussant: Ilja Kristian Kavonius (European Central Bank)

  1. “Analysis of the Development of the Automotive Cluster by Network Analyses Methods and its Impact on Employment Between 2015 and 2019”

Ildiko Ritzlne Kazimir (Hungarian Central Statistical Office), Timea Cseh (Hungarian Central Statistical Office), Klaudia Matene Bella (Hungarian Central Statistical Office) and Andras Pinkasz (Hungarian Central Statistical Office) Proposal

Discussant: Oscar Lemmers (Statistics Netherlands)

Session 7: Economic Growth and Productivity with Special Emphasis on Developing Economies I

Organizers: Deb Kusum Das (University of Delhi, India), Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States)

Chair: Catherine Van Rompaey (World Bank)

  1. “Productivity Growth & Global Slowdown: Insights from Emerging Markets & Developing Economies and Advanced Economies”

Deb Kusum Das (University of Delhi, India), Abdul Erumban (University of Groningen, Netherlands), and Samiran Dutta (Paris School of Economics, France)  Proposal

Discussant: Andrew Sharpe (IARIW, Canada) 

  1. “Productivity Convergence Across Sectors: Are Poor Countries Catching Up with Rich Countries?”

Robert Inklaar (University of Groningen, Netherlands) and Ryan Marapin (University of Groningen, Netherlands) Proposal

Discussant: Jay Stewart (Bureau of Labour Statistics, United States)

  1. “Productivity Level Database for Latin America: Estimating Industry Purchasing Power Parities for Output and Inputs”

Wulong Gu (Statistics Canada) and André Hofman (University of Santiago, Chile) Proposal

Discussant: Robert Inklaar (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

  1. “Improving Estimates of Hours Worked for U.S. Productivity Measurement”

Sabrina Pabilonia (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States), Lucy Eldridge (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Jay Stewart (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Wulong Gu (Statistics Canada) 

Session 8: The Effects of Artificial Intelligence on Income, Education, and the Economy

Organizers: Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States) and Sabrina Pabilonia (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Unites States)

Chair: Samuel Kortum (Yale University, United States)

  1. “Potential Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Indian Economy”

Mansi Kedia (Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations) and Richa Sekhani (Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations) Proposal

Discussant: Maarten van Rossum (Statistics Netherlands)

  1. “Online Platforms’ Creative “Disruption” in Organizational Capital — The Accumulated Information of the Firm”

Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States), P.J. Chi (University of California, Los Angeles) Proposal

Discussant: Richard Heys (Office for National Statistics, UK)

6:45 PM – 7:30 PM (Tuesday): Poster Session 2

 

Poster Session 2A: 

1. “The Role of Income and Wealth in Shaping Well-being Inequality Trends for Different Age Cohorts in Spain”

Olga Cantó Sánchez (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain), Maria Fernandez Salgado (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain) and Dmitry Petrov (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain) Proposal

2. “Estimate of Real Estate in Italian Balance Sheets”

Paola Santoro (Italian National Institute of Statistics) and Francesca Tartamella (Italian National Institute of Statistics) Proposal

Poster Session 2B: 

1.  “Intergenerational Mobility Measurement with Latent Transition Matrices”

Michele Bavaro (University of Roma Tre, Italy) and Federico Tullio (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy) Proposal

2. “Relative Bipolarization Orderings”

Florent Bresson (Université Clermont Auvergne, France) and Gaston Yalonetzky (University of Leeds, UK) Proposal

Wednesday, August 25:

1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Wednesday): Poster Session 3

 

Poster Session 3A: 

1. “Regionalization Approach in International Comparison Program and Its Impact on China’s International Comparison Results”

Yan Wang (Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China) and Shaomin Liu (Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, China)  Proposal

2. “Global Income Inequality: Concepts, Estimates and a First Ballpark for its Uncertainty”

Michail Moatsos (Utrecht University, Netherlands) Proposal

 

Poster Session 3B: 

1. “A SAM (Social Accounting Matrix) – Based Approach for the Study of the Real Estate Market”

Susana Santos (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal) [Presentation]Proposal

2. “A Comprehensive Analysis of Households’ Wealth in the EU”

Orestis Tsigkas (Eurostat), Maria Kozina (Eurostat) and Francesca Tartamella (Eurostat) Proposal

 

2 PM – 4PM CEST: Concurrent Sessions
Session 9: Economic Growth and Productivity with Special Emphasis on Developing Economies II

Deb Kusum Das (University of Delhi, India), Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States)

Chair: Deb Kusum Das (University of Delhi, India)

  1. “Intermediate Inputs, Human Capital, Intangible Assets and Economic Growth in Russia”

Ilya B. Voskoboynikov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia), Eduard Baranov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia), Kseniya V. Bobyleva (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia), Rostislav I. Kapeliushnikov (National Research University Higher School of Economics and Russian Academy of Sciences), Dmitri Piontkovski (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia), Aleksandr A. Roskin (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia) and  Anton E. Tolokonnikov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia)Proposal

Discussant: Peter Meyer (Bureau of Labour Statistics, United States) 

  1. “Firm Transition in Indian MSMEs: The Role of Govt Assistance, Finance, Innovation on Firm Transition and Its Impact on the Productivity Differences and Productivity of the Firms”

Mainak Mazumdar (National Institute of Industrial Engineering, India), Swati Agarwal (National Institute of Industrial Engineering, India) and Poonam Singh (National Institute of Industrial Engineering, India) Proposal

Discussant: Anindita Sengupta (West Bengal State University, India)

  1. “Exploring the Reasons for Low Productivity and Low Technical Efficiency in Unincorporated Manufacturing Industry in India: Stochastic Frontier Analysis with Firm Level Data”

Anindita Sengupta (West Bengal State University, India) Proposal

Discussant: Deb Kusum Das (University of Delhi, India)

  1. “Total Factor Productivity Growth in Agriculture, Adjusted for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Trends in Developed and Developing Countries over the 1992-2016 period”

Alessandra Coli (Università di Pisa, Italy and Eurostat, Luxembourg) and Domenico Colucci (University of Florence, Italy) Proposal

Discussant: Ratan Ghosal (University of Calcutta, India) 

Session 10: Online Platforms, Cloud Computing, the Value of Data, and Intellectual Property

Organizer: Daniel Ker (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States), Dylan Rassier (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States), Catherine Van Rompaey (World Bank)

Chair: Samuel Kortum (Yale University, United States)

  1. “Value of Data: There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch in the Digital Economy”

Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States), Makoto Nirei (University of Tokyo, Japan and Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan) and Kazufumi Yamana (Kanagawa University, Japan) Proposal

Discussant: Daniel Ker (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development)

  1. “Measurement Issues of an Online Platform in National Accounts Through the Example of rLoop”

Ildiko Ritzlne Kazimir (Hungarian Central Statistical Office), Klaudia Matene Bella (Hungarian Central Statistical Office), Klara Anwar (Hungarian Central Statistical Office) and Timea Cseh (Hungarian Central Statistical Office) Proposal

Discussant: Jorrit Zwinjenburg (OECD)

  1. “Getting a Grip on the Platform Economy in the Netherlands”

Maarten Van Rossum (Statistics Netherlands), Nico Heerschap (Statistics Netherlands), Bart Klijs  (Statistics Netherlands), André Mares (Statistics Netherlands) and Joram Vuik (Statistics Netherlands) Proposal

Discussant: David Nguyen (OECD)

  1. “Recording of Cross-Border Transactions Related to Digitized Products and Services”

Maarten Van Rossum (Statistics Netherlands), Rick de Kruijf (Statistics Netherlands) and Arjen de Boer (Statistics Netherlands) Proposal

Discussant: Leonard Nakamura (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)

Session 11: Non-cognitive Skills: How Are They Formed? What Are Their Returns? 

Organizer: Anthony Lepinteur (University of Luxembourg) and Andrew Clark (Paris School of Economics, France)

Chair: Anthony Lepinteur (University of Luxembourg)

  1. “Families at a Loss: The Relationship Between Income Changes and Child Human Capital”

Giorgia Menta (University of Luxembourg) Proposal

Discussant: Barry Watson (University of New Brunswick, Saint John)

  1. Striking Out? The Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Antecedents of Self-Employment

Andrew Clark (Paris School of Economics, France) and Anthony Lepinteur (Université du Luxembourg) Proposal

Discussant: David Johnson (University of Michigan, United States)

  1. “Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Traits and the Intergenerational Transmission of Socioeconomic Inequality”

Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia), KK Tang (University of Queensland, Australia), Pravin Trivedi (University of Queensland, Australia) and Prasada Rao (University of Queensland, Australia)

Discussant: Philippe Van Kerm (LISER)

  1. “Non-Cognitive Skills and Employability: Evidence from the States of India”

Srijata Deb (Consumer Unity & Trust Society International, India) Proposal

Discussant: Florent Bresson (Université Clermont Auvergnem, France)

Session 12: Comparing Income and Price Levels and International Income Inequality

Organizers: Robert Inklaar (University of Groningen, Netherlands) and Prasada Rao (University of Queensland, Australia)

Chair: Robert Inklaar (University of Groningen, Netherlands)

  1. “On Unit Free Assessment of The Extent of Multilateral Distributional Variation”

Gordon Anderson (University of Toronto, Canada), Oliver Linton (Cambridge University, UK), Grazia Pittau (Sapienza University Rome, Italy), Joon-Jae Whang (Seoul National University, Korea) and Roberto Zelli (Seoul National University, Korea) Proposal

Discussant: Jacques Silber  (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)

  1. “Calculating Cost-of-living Deflators Without Data on Prices: A Simple Non-parametric Approach”

Anastasiya Lisina (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research and University of Luxembourg) and Philippe Van Kerm (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research and University of Luxembourg) Proposal

Discussant: Robert Hill (University of Graz, Austria)

  1. “Econometric Interpretations of Index Numbers”

Adam Gorajek (Reserve Bank of Australia, Australia) Proposal

Discussant: Gholamreza Hajargasht (University of Queensland, Australia)

  1. “The Geography of Income Inequalities in OECD Countries”

Sebastian Königs (OECD) and Anna Vindics (OECD) Proposal

Discussant: Markus Jäntti (Stockholm University, Sweden)

4:00 PM – 4:30 PM CEST:  Break
4:30 PM – 6:30 PM CEST: Concurrent Sessions

 

Session 13: Inequalities in Opportunity for Income, Education and Health I

Organizer: Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia)

Chair: Lars Osberg (Dalhousie University, Canada)

  1. “Child Health Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa”

David Pérez Mesa (University of La Laguna, Spain), Gustavo Marrero Diaz (University of La Laguna, Spain) and Sara Darias Curvo (University of La Laguna, Spain) Proposal, [Abstract]

Discussant: Alessio Rebechi (Griffith University, Australia)

  1. “Measuring the Progress of Equality of Educational Opportunity in Absence of Cardinal Comparability”

Gordon Anderson (University of Toronto, Canada), Grazia Pittau (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) and Roberto Zelli (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy) Proposal

Discussant: Barry Watson (University of New Brunswick, Canada)

  1. “Inequality of Outcomes, Inequality of Opportunity, and Economic Growth”

Rafael Carranza (London School of Economics, UK) Proposal

Discussant: Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia)

  1. “New Estimates of Inequality of Opportunity Across European Cohorts (and Some Insights on the Long-term Impact of Educational Policy)”

Philippe Van Kerm (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research and University of Luxembourg), Francesco Andreoli (University of Verona, Italy and Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research), Alessio Fusco (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) and Iryna Kyzyma (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) Proposal

Discussant: Sripad Motiram (University of Massachusetts, United States) 

Session 14: Measurement in the Housing Market I

Organizers: Robert Hill (University of Graz, Austria), Thesia Garner (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Alicia N. Rambaldi (University of Queensland, Australia)

Chair: Robert Hill (University of Graz, Austria)

  1. “Impact of Community Voice on Housing Supply Constraints: Case Study of Melbourne”

Alicia N. Rambaldi (University of Queensland, Australia), Elena Ryan (University of Queensland, Australia) and Madeleine Tan (Victoria Government, Australia) Proposal

Discussant: Franziska Kaiser (HEC Lausanne, Switzerland) 

  1. The Impact of Homeownership on Wealth Inequality: A Cross-country Empirical Analysis Based on HFCS Data

Franziska Kaiser (HEC Lausanne, Switzerland) Proposal

Discussant: Sofie Waltl (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) and Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria)

  1. “Tracking Owners’ Sentiments: Subjective Home Values, Expectations and House Price Dynamics”

Anthony Lepinteur (University of Luxembourg) and Sofie Waltl (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) and Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria)  [Abstract]

Discussant: Michael Scholz (University of Graz, Austria)

  1. “Location, Location, Structure Type: Rent Divergence within Neighborhoods”

Brian Adams (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Randal Verbrugge (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, United States and Conference on Research in Income and Wealth, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Miriam Steurer (University of Graz, Austria)

Session 15: Recent Experiences in Official and Academic Approaches to Measuring Poverty 

Organizer: Michael Wolfson (University of Ottawa, Canada) and Olga Cantó Sánchez (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain)

Chair: Michael Wolfson (University of Ottawa, Canada)

  1. “Sensitivity of the Income Poverty Headcount Ratio to Equivalence Scale Parameters”

Tomáš Želinský (Technical University of Košice and Durham University) and Martina Mysíková (Czech Academy of Sciences) Proposal

Discussant: Elena Bárcena-Martín (Universidad de Málaga, Spain)

  1. “Disentangling Aporophobia from Xenophobia in Western Europe”

Octasiano Valerio Mendoza (Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain), Flavio Comim (Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain) and Mihaly Borsi (Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain) Proposal

Discussant: Thesia Garner (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States)

  1. “Developing New Equivalence Scales for Alternative Measures of Household Income”

Matthew Minifie (Office for National Statistics, UK), Ellen Clowser (Office for National Statistics, UK) and Andrew Banks (Office for National Statistics, UK)  Proposal

Discussant: Octasiano Valerio Mendoza (Universitat Ramon Llull, Spain)

  1. “A Fuzzy Logic Based Approach to Measure the Principle of “Leaving no one Behind” on Multidimensional Poverty”

Francisca Garcia-Pardo (University of Malaga, Spain), Elena Barcena-Martin (University of Malaga, Spain) and Salvador Perez-Moreno (University of Malaga, Spain) [Abstract]

Discussant: Jake Schild (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States)

Session 16: Human Capital and Wealth

Organizer: Program Committee

Chair: John Haas (Central Service for Statistics and Economic Studies, Luxembourg)

  1. “The Accumulation of Human and Market Capital in the United States: A Long View, 1948-2013”

Barbara Fraumeni (Central University of Finance and Economics, China), Michael Christian (Education Analytics, United States) and Jon Samuels (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Brent Moulton (International Monetary Fund) 

  1. “Income and Wealth Volatility: Evidence from Italy and the U.S. in the Past Two Decades”

Edward Wolff (New York University, United States), Conchita D’Ambrosio (University of Luxembourg) and Giorgia Menta (University of Luxembourg) Proposal

Discussant: Andrea Neri (Bank of Italy)

  1. “Are Married Women Really Wealthier than Unmarried Women? Evidence from Japan”

Yoko Niimi (Doshisha University, Japan)  Proposal

Discussant: Eva Sierminska (LISER)

  1. Accumulation of Human Capital in Canada, 1970 to 2020: An Analysis by Gender

Wulong Gu (Statistics Canada) Proposal

Discussant: Barbara Fraumeni (Central University of Finance and Economics, China)

6:45 PM – 7:30 PM (Wednesday): Poster Session 4

 

Poster Session 4A:

1. “A Fuzzy Approach to the Measurement of Employment and Unemployment: A Comparative Analysis Across European Countries”

Alessandra Coli (University of Pisa and Eurostat, Italy), Bruno Cheli (University of Pisa, Italy) and Andrea Regoli (University of Naples Parthenope, Italy) [Abstract]

2. “Low-Wage Employment in Czechia: A Sticky, Double Disadvantage”

Kamila Fialova (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) Proposal

Poster Session 4B:

1. “Income Distribution and the Fear of Crime: Evidence from Germany”

Conchita D’Ambrosio (University of Luxembourg), Michelle Acampora (University of Zurich, Switzerland) and Markus Grabka (German Institute for Economic Research) Proposal

2. “Rise or Fall in Inequality? The Dynamics of Inequality Measures”

Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay (Queen Mary University of London, UK) Proposal

Thursday, August 26:

1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Thursday): Poster Session 5

 

Poster Session 5A:

1. “Net Operating Surplus for Government-Owned Assets: The Case for a User-Cost Basis, and Preliminary Annual Estimates”

Brian Sliker (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States) [Poster] Proposal

2. “Distributional Changes in Turbulent Times: Greece 2007-2016”

Eirini Andriopoulou (Athens University of Economics and Business and Ministry of Finance, Greece), Eleni Kanavitsa (Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece), and Panos Tsakloglou (Athens University of Economics and Business, IZA and Hellenic Observatory (LSE), Greece) Proposal

Poster Session 5B:

1. “Analysing the Joint Distribution of Income, Consumption and Wealth in the UK Over Time”

Ellen Clowser (Office for National Statistics, UK), and Andrew Banks (Office for National Statistics, UK) Proposal

2. “A Quality Adjusted Labour Input Index of the European Union for a Better Understanding of Productivity Developments: Productivity Paths in the EU”

Antonio Amores (European Commission’s Joint Research Centre), Juan Manuel Valderas Jaramillo (European Commission’s Joint Research Centre), Nadia Di Veroli (Eurostat and European Commission), Veronique Deneuville (Eurostat and European Commission), and Mattia Cai (European Commission’s Joint Research Centre) Proposal

2 PM – 4PM CEST: Concurrent Sessions
Session 17: Inequalities in Opportunity for Income, Education and Health II

Organizer: Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia)

Chair: Sripad Motiram (University of Massachusetts, United States) 

  1. “Dreaming of a Brighter Future? The Impact of Economic Vulnerability on University Aspirations”

Barry Watson (University of New Brunswick, Canada), Nancy Kong (University of Queensland, Australia) and Shelley Phipps (Dalhousie University, Canada) Proposal

Discussant: Antony Lepinteur (University of Luxembourg)

  1. “Inequality in Access to Higher Education in India between the Poor and the Rich: Empirical Evidence from NSSO Data”

Pradeep Kumar Choudhury (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India) and Jandhyala Tilak (Council for Social Development, India) Proposal

Discussant: Giorgia Menta (University of Luxembourg)

  1. “Measuring Inequality of Opportunity Using Sampling-based Shapley Decomposition: Application to Australian Data 2001-2017”

Dongjie Wu (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), Prasada Rao (University of Queensland, Australia), KK Tang (University of Queensland, Australia), Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia) and Pravin Trivedi (University of Queensland, Australia) Proposal

Discussant: Gordon Anderson (University of Toronto, Canada)

  1. Inequality of Opportunities in Household Income, China 2002 – 2018

Bjorn Gustafsson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Terry Sicular (Western University London, Canada) and Xiuna Yang (China Development Research Foundation) Proposal

Discussant: Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia)

Session 18: Recent Experiences in Official and Academic Approaches to Measuring Poverty

Organizer: Michael Wolfson (University of Ottawa, Canada) and Olga Cantó Sánchez (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain)

Chair: Andrew Heisz (Statistics Canada)

  1. “Measuring Multi-Dimensional Vulnerability to Poverty: A Study Through Construction of Index and Decomposition of Influences with the Help of Fuzzy Logic and Artificial Intelligence”

Sugata Sen (Panskura Banamali College, India) Proposal

Discussant: Michael Wolfson (University of Ottawa, Canada)

  1. “A Multidimensional Approach to Measuring Economic Insecurity: The Case of Chile”

Joaquin Prieto (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK) Proposal

Discussant: Olga Cantó (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain)

  1. “Systematic Global Poverty Conceptualizations: Bare Bones Baskets, Super Baskets and Relative Poverty” 

Michail Moatsos (Utrecht University, Netherlands) Proposal

Discussant: Sugata Sen (Panskura Banamali College, India)

  1. Measuring of Household Economy, Poverty and Well-Being in Tanzania

Gabriel Simbila (National Bureau of Statistics, Tanzania) Proposal

Discussant: Michael Wolfson (University of Ottawa, Canada)

Session 19: Measurement in the Housing Market II

Organizers: Robert Hill (University of Graz, Austria), Thesia Garner (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Alicia N. Rambaldi (University of Queensland, Australia)

Chair: Alicia N. Rambaldi (University of Queensland, Australia)

  1. “Residential Property Price Indexes: Spatial Coordinates Versus Neighbourhood Dummy Variables”

Chihiro Shimizu (University of Tokyo, Japan) and Erwin Diewert (University of British Columbia, Canada) Proposal

Discussant: Robert Hill (University of Graz, Austria)

  1. “Price-rent Ratios and Expected Capital Gain– A Hedonic Spatio-temporal Approach”

Michael Scholz (University of Graz, Austria) Proposal

Discussant: Brian Adams (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States)

  1. “Metrics for Evaluating the Performance of Machine Learning Based Automated Valuation Models”

Miriam Steurer (University of Graz, Austria), Robert Hill (University of Graz, Austria), Norberrt Pfeifer (University of Graz, Austria) Proposal

Discussant: Chihiro Shimizu (University of Tokyo, Japan)

  1. “Measuring Commercial Real Estate Developments”

Paul Konijn (Eurostat), Peter Parlasca (Eurostat), Renata Rechnio (Eurostat) Proposal

Discussant: Alicia N. Rambaldi (University of Queensland, Australia)

Session 20: Inequality I

Organizer: Program Committee

Chair: Catherine Van Rompaey (World Bank)

  1. “When Capitalism Takes Over Socialism: (Missing) Capital and East-West-German Income Inequality”

Theresa Neef (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany), Stefan Bach (German Institute for Economic Research) and Charlotte Bartels (German Institute for Economic Research) Proposal

Discussant: Stefan Hauf (Federal Statistical Office, Germany)

  1. “Inequality Measurement for Bounded Variables”

Suman Seth (University of Leeds and University of Oxford, UK), Inaki Permanyer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain) and Gaston Yalonetzky (University of Leeds, UK) Proposal

Discussant: Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay (University of London, UK)

  1. “Underreporting of Top Incomes and Inequality: An Assessment of Correction Methods using Linked Survey and Tax Data”

Andrea Vigorito (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay), Emmanuel Flachaire (Aix-Marseille University, France) and Nora Lustig (Tulane University, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Barry Johnson (Internal Revenue Service, United States)

  1. “Falling Inequality and the Growing Capital Income Share: Reconciling Divergent Trends in Survey and Tax Data”

Andrea Vigorito (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay), Mauricio De Rosa (Paris School of Economics, France), Joan Vila (Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay), and  Gabriel Burdín (University of Leeds, UK and Universidad de la República de Uruguay) Proposal

Discussant: David Johnson (University of Michigan, United States) 

 

4:00 PM – 4:30 PM CEST: Break
 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM (Thursday): Concurrent Sessions

 

Session 21: Inequalities in Opportunity for Income, Education and Health III

Organizer: Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia)

Chair: Nicholas Rohde (Griffith University, Australia)

  1. “Inequality of Opportunity and Growth in India: A Dynamic Panel Estimation by Using New Measurement Methodology”

Panchanan Das (University of Calcutta, India) Proposal

Discussant: Dongjie Wu (University of Queensland, Australia) 

  1. “Inequality of Opportunity and Sustainable Development: Perspectives from India”

Sripad Motiram (University of Massachusetts Boston, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Lars Osberg (Dalhousie University, Canada)

  1. “Why do People From Ethnic Minorities Have a Higher Mortality Risk From COVID-19 in England?”

Vasileios Antonopoulos (Cabinet Office, UK) and Richard Laux (Cabinet Office, UK) [Abstract]

Discussant: Philippe Van Kerm (University of Luxembourg)

  1. “Intergenerational Education Mobility in India: Nonlinearity, and the Great Gatsby Curve”

Kishan Pkv (Institute of Rural Management Anand, India) Proposal

Discussant: Alessio Rebechi (Griffith University, Australia) 

Session 22: Inequality II

Organizer: Program Committee

Chair: Shatakshee Dhongde (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States)

  1. “Do Gender, Child, and Parent Characteristics Contribute to Intergenerational Subjective Well-being Mobility? Evidence from Russia during 1994-2019”

Hai-Anh Dang (World Bank) and Kseniya Abanokova (Higher School of Economics National Research University, Russia)

Discussant: Tim Smeeding (Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, United States)

  1. “Revisiting Income Inequality in Greece: A Tale of Two Tails”

Chrysa Leventi (Greek Ministry of Finance),  Apostolos Fasianos (Brunel University London), Andreas Thiemann (European Commission) and Fidel Picos (European Commission) Proposal

Discussant: Dennis Fixler (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States)

  1. “Income Distribution Statistics and Shared Residence: Experiences from Sweden”

Johan Lindberg (Statistics Sweden), Hans Heggemann (Statistics Sweden) and Fredrik Carlsson (Statistics Sweden) Proposal

Discussant: Andrew Heisz (Statistics Canada)

  1. “The Role of Tax-benefit Systems in Shaping Economic Insecurity in the European Union”

Olga Canto (Universidad de Alcala, Spain), Carmelo Garcia-Perez (Universidad de Alcala, Spain) and Marina Romaguera-de-la-Cruz (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Spain) Proposal

Discussant: Tim Smeeding (Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, United States)

Session 23: National Accounts

Organizer: Program Committee

Chair: Charles Yuji Horioka (Kobe University, Japan)

  1. “Prototype Account of Non-profit Institutions Serving Households in the United States, 1992-2019”

Takashi Yamashita (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Catherine Van Rompaey (World Bank)

  1. “Measuring Global Flow of Funds: Who-to-whom Matrix and Financial Network”

Nan Zhang (Hiroshima Shudo University, Japan) Proposal

Discussant: Artak Harutyunyan (International Monetary Fund)

  1. “The Data Economy: Market Size and Global Trade”

Diane Coyle (University of Cambridge, UK) and Wendy Li (Moon Economics Institute, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Eric Santor (Bank of Canada)

  1. “Alternative Approaches to the Axiomatisation of National Accounting: As a Tribute to the Two Great Norwegian Figures in the World of National Accounting”

Itsuo Sakuma (Snshu University, Japan), Hiroshi Deguchi (Chiba University of Commerce, Japan) and Akira Omori (Yokohama National University, Japan) Proposal

Discussant: Ann-Lisbet Brathaug (Statistics Norway)

Session 24: Productivity 

Organizer: Program Committee

Chair: Andrew Sharpe (IARIW, Canada) 

  1. “How Large are Long-run Revisions to U.S. Labor Productivity?”

Jay Stewart (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States), John Glaser (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States), Kendra Asher (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States), Peter Meyer (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) and Jerin Varghese (Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States) Proposal

Discussant: Dan Sichel (Wellesley College, United States)

  1. “Sectoral Skills Intensity and Global Productivity Slowdown in Europe, Japan, Russia and US”

Ilya Voskoboynikov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia), Kirsten Jager (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies) and Robert Stehrer (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies) Proposal

Discussant: Ron Jarmin (U.S. Bureau of the Census)

  1. “Valuing Agricultural Land: From Resource Rent and Willingness to pay to Values of Ecosystem Services”

Lars Lindholt (Statistics Norway), Iulie Aslaksen (Statistics Norway), Per Arild Garnåsjordet (Statistics Norway), Ann Norderhaug (Statistics Norway), Hanne Marit Dalen (Statistics Norway), and Margaret Eide Hillestad (Agri Analyse, Norway) Proposal

Discussant: Mark de Haan (Statistics Netherlands) 

  1. “Frontier Firms, Inefficiency and Productivity Dynamics”

Shipei Zeng (University of New South Wales, Australia and Shenzhen Research Institute of Big Data, China) Proposal

Discussant: Wulong Gu (Statistics Canada)

Poster Papers:

Tuesday, August 24:

1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Tuesday): Poster Session 1

 

Poster Session 1A:

1. “Accounting for Non-market Household Production ‘Beyond GDP’: 20th Century Trends in Mother’s Milk Production”

Julie Smith (Australian National University) Proposal

2. “Comparison of Equality and Levels of Wellbeing Across the Former USSR Countries Pre and Post Dissolution”

Salih Abuelyamen (Association of Retired Staff of CBS Sudan) Proposal

Poster Session 1B: 

3. “Sustainability of the Process of Convergence in Poland”

Dariusz Kotlewski (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland) and Miroslaw Blazej (Statistics Poland) Proposal

4.“A Manufacturing Renaissance? Industrialization Trends in the Developing World”

Hagen Kruse (GGDC, University of Groningen), Emmanuel Mensah  (GGDC, University of Groningen), Kunal Sen (UNU WIDER), and Gaaitzen de Vries (GGDC, University of Groningen) Proposal

6:45 PM – 7:30 PM (Tuesday): Poster Session 2

 

Poster Session 2A: 

5. “The Role of Income and Wealth in Shaping Well-being Inequality Trends for Different Age Cohorts in Spain”

Olga Cantó Sánchez (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain), Maria Fernandez Salgado (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain) and Dmitry Petrov (Universidad de Alcalá, Spain) Proposal

6. “Estimate of Real Estate in Italian Balance Sheets”

Paola Santoro (Italian National Institute of Statistics) and Francesca Tartamella (Italian National Institute of Statistics) Proposal

Poster Session 2B: 

7.  “Intergenerational Mobility Measurement with Latent Transition Matrices”

Michele Bavaro (University of Roma Tre, Italy) and Federico Tullio (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy) Proposal

8. “Relative Bipolarization Orderings”

Florent Bresson (Université Clermont Auvergne, France) and Gaston Yalonetzky (University of Leeds, UK) Proposal

Wednesday, August 25:

1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Wednesday): Poster Session 3

 

Poster Session 3A: 

9. “Regionalization Approach in International Comparison Program and Its Impact on China’s International Comparison Results”

Yan Wang (Beijing Normal University at Zhuhai, China) and Shaomin Liu (Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, China)  Proposal

10. “Global Income Inequality: Concepts, Estimates and a First Ballpark for its Uncertainty”

Michail Moatsos (Utrecht University, Netherlands) Proposal

 

Poster Session 3B: 

11. “A SAM (Social Accounting Matrix) – Based Approach for the Study of the Real Estate Market”

Susana Santos (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal) [Presentation]Proposal

12. “A Comprehensive Analysis of Households’ Wealth in the EU”

Orestis Tsigkas (Eurostat), Maria Kozina (Eurostat) and Francesca Tartamella (Eurostat) Proposal

 

6:45 PM – 7:30 PM (Wednesday): Poster Session 4

 

Poster Session 4A:

13. “A Fuzzy Approach to the Measurement of Employment and Unemployment: A Comparative Analysis Across European Countries”

Alessandra Coli (University of Pisa and Eurostat, Italy), Bruno Cheli (University of Pisa, Italy) and Andrea Regoli (University of Naples Parthenope, Italy) [Abstract]

14. “Low-Wage Employment in Czechia: A Sticky, Double Disadvantage”

Kamila Fialova (Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) Proposal

Poster Session 4B:

15. “Income Distribution and the Fear of Crime: Evidence from Germany”

Conchita D’Ambrosio (University of Luxembourg), Michelle Acampora (University of Zurich, Switzerland) and Markus Grabka (German Institute for Economic Research) Proposal

16. Rise or Fall in Inequality? The Dynamics of Inequality Measures

Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay (University of London, UK) Proposal

Thursday, August 26:

1:00 PM – 1:45 PM (Thursday): Poster Session 5

 

Poster Session 5A:

17. “Net Operating Surplus for Government-Owned Assets: The Case for a User-Cost Basis, and Preliminary Annual Estimates”

Brian Sliker (Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States) [Poster] Proposal

18. “Distributional Changes in Turbulent Times: Greece 2007-2016”

Eirini Andriopoulou (Athens University of Economics and Business and Ministry of Finance, Greece), Eleni Kanavitsa (Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece), and Panos Tsakloglou (Athens University of Economics and Business, IZA and Hellenic Observatory (LSE), Greece) Proposal

Poster Session 5B:

19. “Analysing the Joint Distribution of Income, Consumption and Wealth in the UK Over Time”

Ellen Clowser (Office for National Statistics, UK), and Andrew Banks (Office for National Statistics, UK) Proposal

20. “A Quality Adjusted Labour Input Index of the European Union for a Better Understanding of Productivity Developments: Productivity Paths in the EU”

Antonio Amores (European Commission’s Joint Research Centre), Juan Manuel Valderas Jaramillo (European Commission’s Joint Research Centre), Nadia Di Veroli (Eurostat and European Commission), Veronique Deneuville (Eurostat and European Commission), and Mattia Cai (European Commission’s Joint Research Centre) Proposal

 

 

8:00 PM -10 PM CEST: Meeting of the Editorial Board of the Review of Income and Wealth (by invitation)

 

Friday, August 27

 

2PM- 4PM CEST: Members Meeting
4:00 PM – 4:30 PM CEST: Break
4:30 PM-6:30 PM CEST: Council Meeting (by invitation)