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(34) 91 624 58 96

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The Intergenerational Transmission of Economic Status: Exposure, Heritability and Opportunity

Program: Program Handbook as PDF

Thursday

9.00-9.30

Registration, Introduction  
9.30-11.00 Welcome by Carlos Velasco (UC3M)  
     
room 17.2.75 Measurement and Neighborhoods  
  Chair: Kjell Salvanes   
  Bhash Mazumder (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)
Measuring Intergenerational Mobility
 
  Sevi Rodriguez Mora (University of Edinburgh)
Correlating Social Mobility and Economic Outcomes
 
  Kjell Salvanes (Norwegian School of Economics)
Natural Resource Booms and Intergenerational Mobility
 
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break  
11.30-12.15
room 17.2.75
Keynote: Nathan Hendren (Harvard University)
The Impacts of Neighborhoods on Intergenerational Mobility: Childhood Exposure Effects and County Level Estimates
12.15-12.30 Break  
12.30-14.00 Siblings and Family Background (18.1.A06) Transmission Mechanisms I (18.1.A04)
  Chair: Matthew Lindqvist Chair: Elizabeth Caucutt
  Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano)
Family, Community and Long-Term Earnings Inequality
Minchul Yum (University of Mannheim)
Parental Time Investment and Intergenerational Mobility
  Torsten Santavirta (SOFI, Stockholm University)
The Importance of Family Background for Economic Status - Evidence from Child Evacuations
Jaime Alonso Carrera (Universidad de Vigo)
Intergenerational Mobility under Education-Effort Complementariety
  Theodor Vladasel (Copenhagen Business School)
Family Background and Entrepreneurship
Elizabeth Caucutt (University of Western Ontario)
Correlation, Consumption, Confusion, or Constraints: Why do Poor Children Perfrom so Poorly?
14.00-15.00 Lunch (Faculty Club)  
     
15.00-17.00 Genes and Environment  
17.2.75 Chair: Mikael Lindahl  
  Pia Pinger (University of Bonn)
Transgenerational Effects of Childhood Conditions on Third Generation Health and Education Outcomes
 
  James Best (Oxford University)
Identifying the Determinants of Intergenerational Mobility
 
  Mårten Palme (Stockholm University)
Parental Influences on Health and Longevity:
Lessons from a Large Sample of Adoptees
 
  Gregory Clark (UC Davis)
Nature versus Nurture in Social Mobility: A Lineage Study of 61,000 English People, 1750-2016 (slides)
 
17.00-17.30 Coffee Break  
17.30-18.15
17.2.75
Keynote: David Cesarini (New York University)
Overcoming the Power Problem in Estimating Gene-Environment Interactions
     
20.30 Dinner at the Sidrería Vasca Zeraín
(Calle Quevedo, 3, 28014 Madrid)
 



Friday

9.30-11.00 Multigenerational Mobility  
17.2.75 Chair: Sebastian Braun  
  Joseph Ferrie (Northwestern University)
A proposal on 3+ Generation Mobility in the U.S.,1850-2013
 
  Jørgen Modalsli (Statistics Norway and University of Oslo)
Multigenerational Persistence: Evidence from 146 years of Administrative Data
 
  Adrian Adermon (Uppsala University)
Dynastic Human Capital, Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility
 
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break  
11.30-12.15
17.2.75
Keynote: John E. Roemer (Yale University)
Some Thoughts on Inequality of Opportunity
12.15-12.30 Break  
12.30-14.00 Opportunity, Skills and Measurement (18.1.A06) Transmission Mechanisms II (18.1.A04 )
  Chair: Bhash Mazumder Chair: Ignacio Ortuño-Ortin
  Martin Ungerer (ZEW Mannheim)
Inequality of Income Acquisition: The Role of Childhood Circumstances
Salvatore Lo Bello (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Like Father Like Son: Occupational Choice and Intergenerational Transmission
  Miriam Gensowski (University of Copenhagen)
Socio-Emotional Skills as Determinants of Occupational Mobility
Youngmin Park (University of Western Ontario)
Heterogeneity in Parental Altruism and Optimal Higher Education Subsidies
  Toru Kitagawa (University College London)
Measurement Errors and Rank Correlations
Christopher Rauh (University of Cambridge)
Parental Beliefs about Returns to Educational Investments - The Later the Better?
14.00-15.00 Lunch (Faculty Club)  
     
15.00-17.00 Mobility Across Countries (18.1.A06) Skills, Attitudes, and Early Exposure (18.1.A04)
  Chair: Markus Jäntti Chair: Anna Raute
  Abdurrahman Aydemir (Sabanci University)
Intergenerational Education Mobility and the Level of Development: Evidence from Turkey
Campos Vazquez (Colegio de México)
Intergenerational Persistence of Skills and Socioeconomic Status
  Rasmus Landersø (Rockwool Foundation Research Unit)
The Scandinavian Fantasy: The Sources of Intergenerational Mobility in Denmark and the U.S.
Javier Polavieja (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Saying and Doing Gender: Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes towards the Sexual Division of Labour
  Kelly Vosters (Michigan State University)
Intergenerational Persistence in Latent Socioeconomic Status: Evidence from Sweden
PO Robling (SOFI, Stockholm University)
Early Childhood Lead Exposure and Criminal Behavior: Lessons from the Swedish Phase-Out of Leaded Gasoline
  Nathaniel G. Hilger (Brown University)
What Do "Model" Minorities Teach Us About Overcoming Disadvantage? The Case of Asian-Americans
Anna Raute (University of Mannheim)
Who benefits from Universal Childcare? Estimating Marginal Returns to Early Childcare Attendance
17.00-17.30 Coffee Break  
17.30-19.00 Assortative Mating  
17.2.75  Chair: Anders Björklund  
  Daniele Paserman (Boston University)
Assortative Mating in the United States, 1850-1940
 
  Katja Kaufmann (University of Mannheim)
Elite Higher Education, the Marriage Market and the Intergenerational Transmission of Human Capital
 
  Anders Björklund (SOFI, Stockholm University)
Early Health and School Outcomes for Children with Same-sex Parents. Evidence from Sweden
 




Call for Paper (closed): 

We are delighted to invite paper submissions for a workshop on the intergenerational transmission of socio-economic status, to be held at the campus of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in May 2016. We aim to cover and synthesize the most recent developments in the field, bringing together scholars who address these areas from distinctive perspectives. Key themes of the workshop will be exposure – the importance of environment and neighborhoods; heritability – the biological and genetic processes contributing to the transmission of economic advantages; and opportunity – the degree to which these advantages are shaped by choice or circumstance. We also welcome submissions from other important strands of the broader literature, including but not limited to: descriptive and comparative work on inter- and multigenerational mobility, the measurement of mobility, theories of intergenerational mobility, early childhood development, assortative mating, and the literature on equality of opportunity.


Venue and Dates:
The workshop will take place over three days on May 26 to 28, 2016, at the Getafe campus of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, including an excursion on Saturday, May 28. Details will follow with the acceptance letters.

Paper Submissions:
For submissions please use the form below. If available, please include an extended abstract or draft version of the paper. The submission deadline is February 15, 2016, and notices of acceptance will be sent out the following month. If you wish to participate as a co-author or without contributing a paper, please use the same form below.

Financial Support:
The organizers will offer partial support for travel and accommodation costs. Please indicate during submission if you will be able to cover expenses from your own research grants, or if you request partial or full reimbursement for accommodation and travel costs from the organizers. In the allocation of funds we will give priority to PhD and junior faculty.

Confirmed keynote speakers:
David Cesarini, New York University
Nathaniel Hendren, Harvard University
John E. Roemer, Yale University

Organizers:
Martin Nybom, Ignacio Ortuño-Ortín, and Jan Stuhler.

Participating institutions:
Institute of Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and the Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University.

Scientific Committee:
Joseph Ferrie (Northwestern University), Bhash Mazumder (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago), Mikael Lindahl (Gothenburg University), Ignacio Ortuño-Ortín (UC3M), Anders Björklund, Markus Jäntti and Matthew Lindquist (Stockholm University and SOFI).

This workshop is sponsored by: Maria de Maeztu Grant, Comunidad de Madrid, UC3M, Swedish Institute for Social Research.

Click here for the poster version of the Call for Papers.  Submissions are now closed.




The Intergenerational Transmission of Economic Status: Exposure, Heritability and Opportunity

Program: Program Handbook as PDF

Thursday

9.00-9.30

Registration, Introduction  
9.30-11.00 Welcome by Carlos Velasco (UC3M)  
     
room 17.2.75 Measurement and Neighborhoods  
  Chair: Kjell Salvanes   
  Bhash Mazumder (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)
Measuring Intergenerational Mobility
 
  Sevi Rodriguez Mora (University of Edinburgh)
Correlating Social Mobility and Economic Outcomes
 
  Kjell Salvanes (Norwegian School of Economics)
Natural Resource Booms and Intergenerational Mobility
 
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break  
11.30-12.15
room 17.2.75
Keynote: Nathan Hendren (Harvard University)
The Impacts of Neighborhoods on Intergenerational Mobility: Childhood Exposure Effects and County Level Estimates
12.15-12.30 Break  
12.30-14.00 Siblings and Family Background (18.1.A06) Transmission Mechanisms I (18.1.A04)
  Chair: Matthew Lindqvist Chair: Elizabeth Caucutt
  Lorenzo Cappellari (Università Cattolica Milano)
Family, Community and Long-Term Earnings Inequality
Minchul Yum (University of Mannheim)
Parental Time Investment and Intergenerational Mobility
  Torsten Santavirta (SOFI, Stockholm University)
The Importance of Family Background for Economic Status - Evidence from Child Evacuations
Jaime Alonso Carrera (Universidad de Vigo)
Intergenerational Mobility under Education-Effort Complementariety
  Theodor Vladasel (Copenhagen Business School)
Family Background and Entrepreneurship
Elizabeth Caucutt (University of Western Ontario)
Correlation, Consumption, Confusion, or Constraints: Why do Poor Children Perfrom so Poorly?
14.00-15.00 Lunch (Faculty Club)  
     
15.00-17.00 Genes and Environment  
17.2.75 Chair: Mikael Lindahl  
  Pia Pinger (University of Bonn)
Transgenerational Effects of Childhood Conditions on Third Generation Health and Education Outcomes
 
  James Best (Oxford University)
Identifying the Determinants of Intergenerational Mobility
 
  Mårten Palme (Stockholm University)
Parental Influences on Health and Longevity:
Lessons from a Large Sample of Adoptees
 
  Gregory Clark (UC Davis)
Nature versus Nurture in Social Mobility: A Lineage Study of 61,000 English People, 1750-2016 (slides)
 
17.00-17.30 Coffee Break  
17.30-18.15
17.2.75
Keynote: David Cesarini (New York University)
Overcoming the Power Problem in Estimating Gene-Environment Interactions
     
20.30 Dinner at the Sidrería Vasca Zeraín
(Calle Quevedo, 3, 28014 Madrid)
 



Friday

9.30-11.00 Multigenerational Mobility  
17.2.75 Chair: Sebastian Braun  
  Joseph Ferrie (Northwestern University)
A proposal on 3+ Generation Mobility in the U.S.,1850-2013
 
  Jørgen Modalsli (Statistics Norway and University of Oslo)
Multigenerational Persistence: Evidence from 146 years of Administrative Data
 
  Adrian Adermon (Uppsala University)
Dynastic Human Capital, Inequality and Intergenerational Mobility
 
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break  
11.30-12.15
17.2.75
Keynote: John E. Roemer (Yale University)
Some Thoughts on Inequality of Opportunity
12.15-12.30 Break  
12.30-14.00 Opportunity, Skills and Measurement (18.1.A06) Transmission Mechanisms II (18.1.A04 )
  Chair: Bhash Mazumder Chair: Ignacio Ortuño-Ortin
  Martin Ungerer (ZEW Mannheim)
Inequality of Income Acquisition: The Role of Childhood Circumstances
Salvatore Lo Bello (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Like Father Like Son: Occupational Choice and Intergenerational Transmission
  Miriam Gensowski (University of Copenhagen)
Socio-Emotional Skills as Determinants of Occupational Mobility
Youngmin Park (University of Western Ontario)
Heterogeneity in Parental Altruism and Optimal Higher Education Subsidies
  Toru Kitagawa (University College London)
Measurement Errors and Rank Correlations
Christopher Rauh (University of Cambridge)
Parental Beliefs about Returns to Educational Investments - The Later the Better?
14.00-15.00 Lunch (Faculty Club)  
     
15.00-17.00 Mobility Across Countries (18.1.A06) Skills, Attitudes, and Early Exposure (18.1.A04)
  Chair: Markus Jäntti Chair: Anna Raute
  Abdurrahman Aydemir (Sabanci University)
Intergenerational Education Mobility and the Level of Development: Evidence from Turkey
Campos Vazquez (Colegio de México)
Intergenerational Persistence of Skills and Socioeconomic Status
  Rasmus Landersø (Rockwool Foundation Research Unit)
The Scandinavian Fantasy: The Sources of Intergenerational Mobility in Denmark and the U.S.
Javier Polavieja (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Saying and Doing Gender: Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes towards the Sexual Division of Labour
  Kelly Vosters (Michigan State University)
Intergenerational Persistence in Latent Socioeconomic Status: Evidence from Sweden
PO Robling (SOFI, Stockholm University)
Early Childhood Lead Exposure and Criminal Behavior: Lessons from the Swedish Phase-Out of Leaded Gasoline
  Nathaniel G. Hilger (Brown University)
What Do "Model" Minorities Teach Us About Overcoming Disadvantage? The Case of Asian-Americans
Anna Raute (University of Mannheim)
Who benefits from Universal Childcare? Estimating Marginal Returns to Early Childcare Attendance
17.00-17.30 Coffee Break  
17.30-19.00 Assortative Mating  
17.2.75  Chair: Anders Björklund  
  Daniele Paserman (Boston University)
Assortative Mating in the United States, 1850-1940
 
  Katja Kaufmann (University of Mannheim)
Elite Higher Education, the Marriage Market and the Intergenerational Transmission of Human Capital
 
  Anders Björklund (SOFI, Stockholm University)
Early Health and School Outcomes for Children with Same-sex Parents. Evidence from Sweden
 




Call for Paper (closed): 

We are delighted to invite paper submissions for a workshop on the intergenerational transmission of socio-economic status, to be held at the campus of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in May 2016. We aim to cover and synthesize the most recent developments in the field, bringing together scholars who address these areas from distinctive perspectives. Key themes of the workshop will be exposure – the importance of environment and neighborhoods; heritability – the biological and genetic processes contributing to the transmission of economic advantages; and opportunity – the degree to which these advantages are shaped by choice or circumstance. We also welcome submissions from other important strands of the broader literature, including but not limited to: descriptive and comparative work on inter- and multigenerational mobility, the measurement of mobility, theories of intergenerational mobility, early childhood development, assortative mating, and the literature on equality of opportunity.


Venue and Dates:
The workshop will take place over three days on May 26 to 28, 2016, at the Getafe campus of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, including an excursion on Saturday, May 28. Details will follow with the acceptance letters.

Paper Submissions:
For submissions please use the form below. If available, please include an extended abstract or draft version of the paper. The submission deadline is February 15, 2016, and notices of acceptance will be sent out the following month. If you wish to participate as a co-author or without contributing a paper, please use the same form below.

Financial Support:
The organizers will offer partial support for travel and accommodation costs. Please indicate during submission if you will be able to cover expenses from your own research grants, or if you request partial or full reimbursement for accommodation and travel costs from the organizers. In the allocation of funds we will give priority to PhD and junior faculty.

Confirmed keynote speakers:
David Cesarini, New York University
Nathaniel Hendren, Harvard University
John E. Roemer, Yale University

Organizers:
Martin Nybom, Ignacio Ortuño-Ortín, and Jan Stuhler.

Participating institutions:
Institute of Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and the Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University.

Scientific Committee:
Joseph Ferrie (Northwestern University), Bhash Mazumder (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago), Mikael Lindahl (Gothenburg University), Ignacio Ortuño-Ortín (UC3M), Anders Björklund, Markus Jäntti and Matthew Lindquist (Stockholm University and SOFI).

This workshop is sponsored by: Maria de Maeztu Grant, Comunidad de Madrid, UC3M, Swedish Institute for Social Research.

Click here for the poster version of the Call for Papers.  Submissions are now closed.