Winners, Losers and Policy Reforms after the Euro crisis: papers, slides and photos

The European University Institute hosted a workshop on winners, losers and policy reforms after the euro crisis in November.

The very full program (listed below) was organised by EUI professors Árpad Ábrahám, Juan Dolado, Axelle Ferriere, Piero Gottardi, Ramon Marimon and Evi Pappa. Many of the papers and slides that were presented are available to download via the links within the program. Papers which are still under revision will be added in due course.

Revisiting Tax on Top Income (slides)
Ayse Imrohoroglu (USC Marshall School of Business)

Discussant: Johannes Fleck (European University Institute)

Fiscal Consolidation Programs and Income Inequality (slides)
Pedro Brinca (Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Universidade of Porto), Miguel H. Ferreira Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Francesco Franco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Hans A. Holter (University of Oslo), Laurence Malafry (Stockholm University)

Discussant: Chima Simpson-Bell (European University Institute)

The Effectiveness of Hiring Credits
Pierre Cahuc (Crest-Ensae, Ecole Polytechnique, IZA, CEPR), Stéphane Carcillo (OECD, Sciences Po and IZA), Thomas Le Barbanchon (Bocconi University)

Discussant: Vinzenz Ziesemer | European University Institute

Should Robots Be Taxed? (slides)
Joao Guerreiro (Northwestern University), Sergio Rebelo (Northwestern University, NBER and CEPR), Pedro Teles (Católica-Lisbon School of Business & Economics, Banco
de Portugal and CEPR)

Discussant: Lukas Mayr | European University Institute

An RBC Model with Market and Political Power Interactions
Tryphon Kollintzas (Athens University of Economics and Business, CEPR)

Discussant: Andresa Lagerborg (European University Institute)

Job Mobility and Creative Destruction: Flexicurity in the Land of Schumpeter (slides)

Andreas Kettemann (University of Zurich), Francis Kramarz (CREST, ENSAE), Josef Zweimüller (University of Zurich)

Discussant: João Brogueira De Sousa (European University Institute)

Macroeconomic Fluctuations with HANK & SAM: an Analytical Approach (slides)

Morten O.Ravn and Vincent Sterk (University College London, Centre for Macroeconomics,
and Centre for Economic Policy Research)

Discussant: Francesca Loria (European University Institute)