Time: 08:30 - 17:30
Location: CBS – Department of Economics, Porcelænshaven 26A, 2000 Frederiksberg
Economic growth is unequally distributed not just between, but also within cities. This might reflect that residents and firms are spatially segregated based on various characteristics. However, it could also be that certain neighborhood characteristics within cities influence residents’ productivity, employment, health, crime and hence maintain inequality. The focus of the workshop is to discuss research on how and to what extent exposure to spatial disparities influences residents’ behavior.
Registration and morning coffee
Keynote Lecture by Leah Platt Boustan: Streets of Gold: Immigration and the American Dream over Two Centuries
Florin L. Cucu: Roads, Migration and the Spatial Sorting of US Workers by Skill
Eunjee Kwon: Home is Where the Work is? High-Speed Rail, and the Spatial Redistribution of Individuals, Households, and Jobs
Jessica LaVoice: The Long-Run Implications of Slum Clearance: A Neighborhood Analysis
Ismir Mulalic: Commuting, Public Transport Investments and Gentrification Evidence from Copenhagen
Keynote Lecture by Eleonora Patacchini: Information, Mobile Communication Patterns, and Urban Labor Markets
Paul Bingley: Family, Community and Life-Cycle Earnings: Evidence from Siblings and Youth Peers
Daniel Da Mata: Labor Market Effects of Public Housing: Evidence from Large-Scale Lotteries
Clara Santamaría: Small Teams in Big Cities: Inequality, City Size and the Organization of Production
Tsur Somerville: Not in my neighbour’s back yard? Laneway homes and neighbours’ property values
April 1st – May 15th, 2019: Registration for attendance There is no workshop fee. Registration will be confirmed by email. Please wait for confirmation before making travel or accommodation arrangements.
May 29th, 2019: Workshop at the Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School
Kraks Fond – Institute for Urban Economic Research is an independent research unit under the Kraks Fond. Results of Kraks’ projects are available to decision makers, the general public, and researchers alike.
The CBS Inequality Platform addresses the causes and consequences of inequality in a globalized world, from a Danish, European, and global level and in its multiple and closely linked dimensions.
Bence Boje-Kovacs, PhD – student at Kraks Fond firstname.lastname@example.org
Cecilie Dohlmann Weatherall, Senior Researcher at Kraks Fond email@example.com
Birthe Larsen, Associate Professor and Academic Director for the CBS Inequality Platform firstname.lastname@example.org
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