CSWEP East

Eastern Economic Association (EEA) - 48th Annual Conference

Friday, May 6, 1:00 - 2:20pm

The Economics of COVID-19 and Vaccine Compliance (JEL Code: I)
Session Chair: Belinda Archibong, Barnard College
Session Organizer: Terry-Ann Craigie, Smith College

Impact of COVID-19 on Labor Supply: Evidence from Time Use
Gregory Coleman, Pace University & NBER; Dhaval Dave, Bentley University

‘We Are Not Guinea Pigs’: The Effects of Negative News on Vaccine Compliance
Belinda Archibong, Barnard College; Francis Annan, Georgia State University

Fetal Origins of COVID-19: Evidence from Peru
Patricia Ritter, University of Connecticut; Ricardo A. Sanchez, Peru Ministry of Education

Discussants: Patricia Ritter, University of Connecticut; Gregory Coleman, Pace University & NBER; Belinda Archibong, Barnard College

 

Friday, May 6, 2:30 – 3:50pm

Migration and Remittances (JEL Code: F)
Session Chair: Nicole Simpson, Colgate University
Session Organizer: Terry-Ann Craigie, Smith College

Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Impact of Granting Legal Driving Privileges to Undocumented Immigrants on Hit and Run Accidents
Eva Dziadula, University of Notre Dame

Buying Lottery Tickets for Foreign Workers: Search Cost Externalities Induced by H-1B Policy
Chad Sparber, Colgate University, IZA; Rishi Sharma, Colgate University

Parametric versus Semiparametric Analyses of Immigrant Remittances
Amelie Constant, Princeton University, UNU-MERIT, GLO; Agnieszka Postepska, University of Groningen and GLO

The Resiliency of Remittances during the Pandemic: The Importance of Sending Country Economic Conditions
Cynthia Bansak, IZA, GLO, St Lawrence University; Norbert Oros, Sciences Po; Nicole B. Simpson, IZA, GLO, Colgate University

Discussants: Chad Sparber, Colgate University; Eva Dziadula, University of Notre Dame; Nicole Simpson, Colgate University; Amelie Constant, Princeton University

 

Friday, May 6, 4:00 - 5:20pm

Health Insurance, State Laws, and Health Outcomes (JEL Code: I)
Session Chair: Dhaval Dave, Bentley University
Session Organizer: Terry-Ann Craigie, Smith College

Health Insurance Coverage and Health Outcomes among Transgender Adults in the U.S.
Travis Campbell, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University

Recreational Marijuana Laws and Adult Tobacco Use
Dhaval Dave, Bentley University; Yang Liang, San Diego State University; Michael Pesko, Georgia State University; Serena Phillips, Georgia State University; Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA

Chronic Disease and Minimum Wage: Disparities in Diagnoses among Black and Hispanic Workers
Molly Jacobs, University of Florida; Lee Ann Johnson, University of Virginia

Discussants: Molly Jacobs, University of Florida; Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University; Dhaval Dave, Bentley University

 

Saturday, May 7, 7:00 – 8:00am

CSWEP Breakfast

 

Saturday, May 7, 8:00 - 9:20am

Topics in Labor Economics (JEL Code: J)
Session Chair: Gabrielle Pepin, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Session Organizer: Terry-Ann Craigie, Smith College

Suppliers and Demanders of Flexibility: The Demographics of Gig Work
Keith Chen, UCLA Anderson School of Management; Judy Chevalier, Yale University; Peter E. Rossi, UCLA Anderson School of Management; Lindsey Currier, Uber Technologies

Occupational Sorting, Multidimensional Skill Mismatch, and the Child Penalty among Working Mothers
Gabrielle Pepin, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research; Bryce Vanderberg, Michigan State University

Gender and the Labor Market
Amy Guisinger, Lafayette College; Kristina Sargent, Middlebury College

Discussants: Amy Guisinger, Lafayette College; Kristina Sargent, Middlebury College; Bryce Vanderberg, Michigan State University

 

Saturday, May 7, 9:30 – 10:50am

Education, Child Health, and Inequality (JEL Code: I)
Session Chair: Sadia Priyanka, Connecticut College
Session Organizer: Terry-Ann Craigie, Smith College

Markets and Child Nutrition in Rural Burkina Faso
Laura Meinzen-Dick, Villanova University; Steve Vosti, University of California-Davis

Long-term effects of an education stipend program on domestic violence: Evidence from Bangladesh
Raisa Sara, Sam Houston State University; Sadia Priyanka, Connecticut College

Does grade retention policy lead to education and income inequality?
Jiee Zhong, Texas A&M University

Discussants: Jiee Zhong, Texas A&M University; Laura Meinzen-Dick, Villanova University; Sadia Priyanka, Connecticut College

 

 

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Terry-Ann Craigie, Eastern Representative
Associate Professor of Economics
Connecticut College
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
(860) 439-2638
tcraigie@conncoll.edu