Session B3 – AFREN Session 1 (Room S3)
Monday, June 17th 15:15 to 16:45
Chaired by Mariana Rojas Breu (LEDa, Université Paris Dauphine)

TV in Times of Political Crisis: New Evidence from the 2017 Election in Kenya
Speaker: Mougin Elisa (Département d’économie, Sciences-Po)

Extension of R&D Tax Credit to innovation expenditures : Evidence from France
Speaker: Bunel Simon (Paris School of Economics)
Co-author(s): Beatriz Mikael (CREST), Hadjibeyli Benjamin (Ministère de l’Economie, Direction Générale des Entreprises)

What is the value of being a superhost?
Speaker: Rojas Breu Mariana (LEDa, Université Paris Dauphine)
Co-author(s): Berentsen Aleksander (University of Basel), Waller Christopher (FRB St. Louis, Deakin University)


Session C8 – AFREN Session 2 (Room S8)
Tuesday, June 18th 9:00 to 10:30
Chaired by Théo Marquis (RITM, Université Paris-Sud)

Gender-specific benefits from ride-hailing apps: Evidence from Uber’s entry in Chile
Speaker: Munoz Angela (Télécom ParisTech and Deloitte)
Co-author(s): Lagos Vicente (Télécom ParisTech), Zulehner Christine (University of Vienna, Télécom ParisTech, Center for Economic Policy Research, and WIFO)

Like it or not? The impact of online platforms on the productivity of service providers
Speaker: Millot Valentine (OECD)
Co-author(s): Bailin Rivares Alberto (Sciences-Po), Gal Peter (OECD), Sorbe Stéphane (OECD)

The Work/Leisure Trade off in Online Labor Markets : The case of Amazon Mechanical Turk
Speaker: Marquis Théo (RITM, Université Paris-Sud)


Session D8 – Industrial economics (Room S8)
Tuesday, June 18th 14:10 to 15:40
Chaired by Thierry Penard (CREM, Université Rennes 1)

Prices, markups and product portfolio
Speaker: Monin Rémi (CREST, INSEE)
Co-author(s): Suarez Castillo Milena (CREST, INSEE)

Complementary currencies, short distribution channels and models of cities
Speaker: Torre Dominique (GREDEG, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis)
Co-author(s): Della Peruta Maëlle (GREDEG, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis), Seang Sothearath (GREDEG, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis)

Multimarket Contact and Platform Competition : Reassessing the Mutual Forbearance Hypothesis
Speaker: Penard Thierry (CREM, Université Rennes 1)