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"Public Policies, Cities and Regions" workshop 2019

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Lyon, December 12-13, 2019.

Public policies are often closely related to urban and regional issues. Place-based policies such as enterprise zones or industrial cluster policies, but also local public policies, are by nature spatially differentiated. Moreover, many national public policies related to the housing market (e.g. tax incentives for rental investment), land use (e.g. zoning policies) and environment (e.g. protected areas) use delineation rules to target specific types of locations or agents.

This workshop will gather original research papers shedding some light on the issues raised by these public policies for urban and regional economies, both in developed and developing countries. The workshop welcomes submissions of theoretical and empirical contributions. The accepted papers will be presented over two days and will complement two keynote speakers’ presentations.


PROGRAM (pdf download)
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
PAPERS
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
REGISTRATION
WORKSHOP’S VENUE
ACCOMMODATION


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


PAPERS (click on titles for download)

December, 12

9:15-10:15
"Urban growth and its aggregate implications"
Gilles Duranton, Wharton School, University of Philadelphia (with Diego Puga)

10:45-11:35
"The Welfare Effects of Greenbelt Policy : Evidence from England"
Hans Koster, Department of Spatial Economics, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

11:35-12:25
"The geography of housing subsidies"
Simon Büchler, University of Bern (with Yashar Blouri, Olivier Schoni)

13:55-14:45
"Do your neighbours matter ? Evidence from Building Demolitions in Denmark"
Bence Boje-Kovacs, Kraks Fond, Institute for Urban Economic Research (with Georges Poquillon)

14:45-15:35
“This Town Ain’t Big Enough ? Quantifying Local Public Goods Spillovers”
Aurélie Sotura, Ecole d’Economie de Paris (with Nicolas Jannin)

16:05-16:55
The spatial equilibrium with migration costs
Tobias Seidel, Mercator School of Management, University of Duisburg-Essen (with Gabriel M. Ahlfeldt, Fabian Bald, Duncan Roth)

16:55-17:45
Local Amenities and Income Disparities Within Cities
Morgan Ubeda, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne


December, 13

9:00-10:00
Stephan Heblich, University of Toronto (with Stephen Gibbons and Edward W. Pinchbeck)
The Spatial Impacts of A Massive Rail Disinvestment Program : The Beeching Axe

10-30-11:20
Freeway Revolts
Jeffrey Lin, Fed Philadelphia (with Jeffrey Brinkman)

11:20-12:10
“Metropolitan Structures and Urban Population Growth”
Gabriel Loumeau, ETH Zürich

13:30-14:20
“The distribution of agglomeration economies. Local economic density and the firm-level labor share”
Florian Mayneris, UQAM

14:20-15:10
Tasks, cities and urban wage premia
Anja Grujovic, CEMFI, Madrid

15:40-16:30
The economic impacts of help to buy
Xiaolun Yu, London School of Economics ( with Christian Hilber and Felipe Carozzi)

16:30-17:20
“Impacts of a French Urban Renewal Program on local housing markets”
Florence Goffette-Nagot, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne (with Sylvain Chareyron and Lucie Letrouit)


SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • Sylvie Charlot (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2)
  • Pierre-Philippe Combes (GATE, CNRS)
  • Laurent Gobillon (Paris School of Economics)
  • Florence Goffette-Nagot (GATE, CNRS)
  • Florian Mayneris (UQAM)
  • Sonia Paty (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2)
  • Frédéric Robert-Nicoud (Univ. of Lausanne)
  • Laurent Simula (GATE, ENS de Lyon)
  • Elisabet Viladecans (Univ. of Barcelona)


ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Sylvie Charlot (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2)
  • Pierre-Philippe Combes (GATE, CNRS)
  • Sylvie Démurger (GATE, CNRS)
  • Nelly Exbrayat (GATE, UJM)
  • Florence Goffette-Nagot (GATE, CNRS)
  • Sonia Paty (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2)
  • Laurent Simula (GATE, ENS de Lyon)

REGISTRATION FOR PRESENTERS
Information will be sent by email.


REGISTRATION FOR NON-PRESENTERS
Registration fees :
- 60€ for dinner on Thursday evening.
Pre-registrations are to be made by email to chapelon@gate.cnrs.fr by November 10.


WORKSHOP’S VENUE

The Workshop will take place at :
ENS Lyon - Descartes Campus
15 parvis René Descartes
69007 LYON





more informations : http://www.ens-lyon.fr/en/how-to-get-to-the-ens-de-lyon--106627.kjsp




About Lyon : http://www.onlylyon.com/


ACCOMMODATION

Suggestion of hotel with a preferential rate (a discount code will be sent to you on request with your pre-registration) :
Résidence Villemanzy (***)
21 montée Saint Sébastien - 69001 Lyon

http://www.belambra-villemanzy.fr/en/Home

Other hotels :
Ibis Gare Part Dieu
Place Renaudel - 69003 Lyon
http://www.ibis.com/fr/hotel-0618-ibis-lyon-gare-la-part-dieu/index.shtml

Ibis Styles Lyon Centre -Gare Part Dieu
54 rue de la villette - 69003 Lyon
https://www.accorhotels.com/fr/hotel-7373-ibis-styles-lyon-centre-gare-part-dieu/index.shtml

Campanile Lyon Centre Part Dieu
Forum Part Dieu, 31 rue Maurice Flandin - 69003 Lyon
http://www.campanile-lyon-centre-gare-part-dieu.fr/

Hôtel Globe & Cécil
21 Rue Gasparin - 69002 Lyon
http://globeetcecilhotel.com/



CALL FOR PAPERS (pdf download) - Deadline September 15, 2019

Previous edition : PPCR 2017

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