Conference

Presentations

2023

Check back later for a list of upcoming events next year.

2022

December 14-15, Empirical Management Conference, USA, slides

November 14 - University of Michigan, USA: Labor and Public Finance Seminar, "The Impact of Regulation on

Innovation", slides

November 7 - Tel Aviv University, Israel: Applied Economics Seminar, "FDI and Superstar Spillovers: Evidence from

Firm-to-Firm Transactions", slides

October 26 - DG COMP, European Commission, Brussels: Economic Seminar, "The Rise of Superstar Firms: Causes

and Consequences", slides

 

October 25 - LSE Economics Society Sen Club, London, "Have Productivity and Pay Decoupled in the UK?", slides

 

October 5 - Harvard Kennedy School, USA: Reimagining the Economy Project - Workshop on Firm Support

Policies, "Reimagining the Economy: Harvard Kennedy School Discussion", slides

September 30 - University of Oklahoma, USA: Applied Microeconomics Seminar, "The impact of Regulation on

Innovation", slides

September 21 - LSE Environment Week, London, Public Lecture on 'Ray of Hope? Innovation and the Climate Crisis',

"The Case for Growth: Threats, Opportunities and Climate Change", slides

September 13-15 - Presentation in Sweden:

- Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES), "The Impact of Regulation on Innovation", slides

- Centre for Business and Policy Studies (SNS), "The Case for Growth: Threats, Opportunities and Climate

Change", slides

- Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), Department of Economics, "OPENing up Military Innovation: Causal

Effects of Reforms to U.S. Defense Research", slides

August 25 - EEA-ESEM 2022 Congress, Bocconi University, Milan, "The Case for Growth: Threats and Opportunities"

(slides) and "Do tax incentives for research increase firm innovation? An RD Design for R&D" (slides)

July 21 - NBER "Innovation Research Boot Camp, Summer 2022", Boston, Lectures on "The Economics of Innovation

Policy", (slides: The Economics of Innovation Policy: SyllabusInnovation Policies II: IntroductionInnovation Policies: R&D SpilloversR&D Tax CreditsGeneral Taxation and Innovation PoliciesDirect R&D SubsidiesInnovation and Human Capital Policy)

 

July 8 - Annual Conference of the OECD Global Forum on Productivity (GFP) 2022, Keynote speech "The Case for

Growth: Threats and Opportunities", slides

 

June 28 - EU Joint Research Centre, Italy, "OPENing up Military Innovation: An Evaluation of Reforms to the U.S. Air

Force SBIR Program", slides

 

June 20 - Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH), Germany, "The Impact of Regulation on Innovation", slides

 

June 17 - University of Kent, "The Impact of Labour Regulation on Innovation", paper

 

June 16 - NYU-LMU Panel on "Superstar Firms and Innovation", video

 

June 10 - CEPR Annual Symposium in Labour Economics 2022, Keynote lecture "Inequalities among firms: Implications for Labour Markets", slides

 

May 28 - LSE CEP/Becker Friedman Institute (UChicago): The Chicago/LSE Crime Conference 2022, "Policing and

management", slidesNBER WP 29851

 

May 26 - UCL Stone Wealth Inequality Centre Launch, "The Future isn't what is used to be", slides, video

 

May 25 - British Academy Conference on Inequalities in the 21st Century: the IFS Deaton Review, London, "Deaton

Review: Firms and Inequality", slides

May 19 - University of Chicago: Coase Conference on Innovation and Environment, Panel on "Global Diffusion of Solar

Power and the Role of China", slides

May 5 - ZEW Public Finance Conference, Mannheim, Keynote "The Case for Growth: Innovation and Diffusion Policies",

slides

 

April 29 - The Sandmo Lecture on Public Policy, Bergen, Norway, Keynote "Inequality and Superstar Firms", slides

 

April 27 - Bundesbank Research Seminar, Germany, "The aggregate consequences of default risk: evidence from firm-

level data", slides

 

March 25 - Nova School of Business and Economics' Finance Seminar, Portugal, "OPENing up Military Innovation:

Causal effects of Reforms to U.S. Defense Research", slides

 

March 24 - British Academy Conference on Technology and the Future of Labour: Historical and Contemporary 

        Perspectives, "Technology, Labour Markets and Firms", slides

 

March 15 - LSE/Labour UK/CEA/The Resolution Foundation webinar, "Bidenomics: Lessons for the UK", video

 

March 11 - NBER Labor Studies Discussion of: “Why Do Larger Firms have Lower Labor Shares?” by de Frahan, 

Lamadon, Meling and Mogstad, slides

 

March 4 - LSE Economy 2030 Inquiry Workshop, "Economy 2030: Firms", slides

 

March 3 - IFS Seminar on Firms, market power, innovation and inequality, "Deaton Review: Firms and Inequality", slides

 

February 3 - Department of Management and Technology, Bocconi University, “OPENing up Military Innovation: Causal

effects of Reforms to U.S. Defense Research”, slides

 

January 27 - Policy Unit @ No. 10, London, "Policies to Raise Pay and Productivity: Innovation and Diffusion", slides

 

January 14 - 15th Digital Economics Conference, Toulouse, "The Rise of Superstar Firms: Causes and Consequences",

slides, video 

 

January 7 - American Economic Association Conference, USA, "FDI and Superstar Spillovers: Evidence from Firm-to-

Firm Transactions", slides

 

January 7 - American Economic Association Conference, USA, "Management and Misallocation Evidence from

Mexican Firms", slides

2021

December 17 - ESRI International Conference, "Policies to accelerate investment and innovation to raise

productivity", slides

 

December 2 - HMT Enterprise and Growth Seminar Series, "Policies to Raise Productivity & Pay: Innovation, Diffusion &

Misallocation", slides

 

December 1 - LBS Economics, "The Impact of Regulation on Innovation", slides

 

November 18 - Lazaridis Institute, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, "Rapid Research", slides

 

November 4 - UCL Applied Micro Seminar, "Regulation and Innovation", slides

 

October 29-30 - University of Mannheim, ZEW-EPos Workshop, "Regulation and Innovation", slides

 

October 21 - European Research Workshop in International Trade, Milan, "Superstar Spillovers", slides

 

October 5 - UCL, “Tribute to Wendy Carlin: 35 years at UCL” Lecture, slides

 

September 29 - ECB Forum on Central Banking, Sintra, "Discussion of Productivity Dispersion", slides

 

September 15 - PrOPEL Hub and the University of Nottingham, "Management and Productivity in a Post-pandemic

World: Trends and Lessons on Building a Productive Workforce", slides

 

September 14 - Dublin Economic Workshop - Annual Economic Policy Conference 2021, slides

 

August 28 - European Association for Research in Industrial Economics (EARIE), "The Role of the State in the post

COVID-19 Economy", 3 presentations (John Van Reenen, Wendy Carlin, Philippe Aghion)

 

June 9-12 - The Economics of Creative Destruction, Paris, 2 presentations (John Van Reenen, Rachel Griffith)

 

June 3 - Industry Studies Association Annual Conference, Panel on Future of Work

 

May 26 - Powering Ahead: Raising Productivity, Resolution Foundation

 

May 21 - UNB Future of Growth Conference, “Going for Growth”, slides

 

May 20 - NBER Wage Dynamics, Discussion of Derenoncourt et al “Spillover effects from voluntary employer Minimum

Wages”, slides

 

May 19 - INSEAD, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

May 14 - UK Civil Service, “Productivity and Growth”, slides

 

May 13 - Kellogg Northwestern, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

May 10 - MIT TIES, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

May 6 - National Academies’ conference on FDI and Innovation, Colorado, “Superstar Spillovers” 

 

May 4 - Deaton Review, IFS, “Firms and Inequality”

 

April 29 - OECD Keynote, “Going for Growth”, slides

 

April 27 - Bergen Keynote, “Superstar Firms”

 

April 23 - European Central Bank, “Going for Growth”, slides

 

April 21 - School of Finance, Tsingua University, China, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

April 8 - UC Berkeley, USA, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

April 7 - US Census Bureau, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

March 30 - LSE Labour Workshop, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

March 22 - Erasmus University, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

March 18 - MIT Organizational Economic Lecture II, slides

 

March 16 - MIT Organizational Economic Lecture I, slides

 

March 16 - MIT Organizational Economics, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

March 11 - LSE Capabilities, “Opening up military innovation”, slides

 

February 22 - London, Mallow Street Association of Pension Fund Investors, “Going For Growth”, slides

 

February 8 - LSE, “Going For Growth” Public Lecture, video, slides

 

January 3-5 - AEA, 3 presentations

2020

December 18 - IMT School Workshop on Technology and Labour

December 1 - Economists for Inclusive Prosperity, “What Should Biden do?”

 

November 25 - Peking HSBC Business School, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

November 24 - CEP/POID, “Covid and technology adoption”

 

November 19 - CEPR Globalisation, Labor Markets and Technology, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

November 18 - MIT/IDE Future of Work, video

 

October 12 - UCL Gorman Workshop, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

October 8 - Microsoft Research Group, “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

September 30 - LSE Development “Management, Development and the Wealth of Nations”

 

September 29 - INET Live Webinar, “What is Technology? Accelerator, Enabler, or Displacer”, video

 

September 18 - ESCOE Annual Conference Keynote, “Finding the Measure of Management”

 

August 27 - Rotterdam, CAED Keynote, “Organizational Data for the COVID Era”

 

August 4 - Tokyo: MITSUI Executive Briefing, Lost Einsteins

 

July 27 - Schmidt Futures Post-Apex Group, Innovation Policies

 

July 25 - NBER Summer Institute (Productivity and Macro), “Regulation and Innovation”, slides

 

June 25 - Brussels: ECFIN European Commission, “RD for R&D”, video

 

June 16 - Washington DC, Hamilton Foundation, Innovation Policies

 

June 13 - Rome: Presentation to Italian Prime Minister on COVID policy

 

June 12 - LBS: COVID Webinar, COVID: Public policy and firm policy slides and video

 

May 5 - Chicago: Heckman Inequality Seminar, “Firms and Inequality”

 

April 8 - CEPR-IO workshop, "RD for R&D", video

 

April 6 - LSE-EBRD Power Breakfast, “Economics of COVID”

 

April 1 - NYU Finance, “RD for R&D”, video

 

January 28 - Tony Blair Institute, “Superstar firms and policy”

 

January 3-5 - San Diego AEA, 7 presentations

2019

December 10 - CRAI conference on Market Power

November 7 - Workforce of the Future Taskforce, MIT

November 6 - Applied Micro Seminar, “Superstar Firms” Columbia University

October 21 - Productivity Workshop, Santiago, Management and the Wealth of Nations

October 14 - QMW Macro Seminar, “Superstar Firms”

September 30 - European Central Bank Distinguished Speaker series, Superstar Firms

September 26 - CEPR Economics Conference, London, Keynote "Management and the Wealth of Nations"

August 31 - Barcelona, EARIE Annual Conference, Keynote "Changes in Market Structure"

July 18 - NBER Summer Institute, Innovation Policy

July 8 - Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England, Product Market Power

July 4 - LSE, Climate Change Innovation

June 18 - Accenture Agile Business Models, “Effects of new technology on jobs and growth”

June 17 - LSE Capabilities, “Superstar Firms”

June 11 - Imperial College, “Superstar Firms”

June 10 - British Academy “Lost Generations”

May 24 - LSE, “Industrial Policy”

May 23 - MRSI Trade Workshop, British Academy, “Brexit Economics”

May 22 - LSE Public Lecture “Where will future growth and jobs come from?” Podcast video

May 14 - Stanford GSB/Econ Joint Applied Micro Seminar, “Superstar Firms”

May 9 - Chicago BFI, “The New Gilded Age”, video

April 16 - Duke Applied Economics, “Superstar Firms”

March 11 - Cornell, “Lost Einsteins”

March 8 - Harvard Business School, “Lost Einsteins”

February 14 - LSE Capabilities, “Superstar Firms”

January 30 - Zurich, “Future of Work”

January 21 - HM Treasury, London, Productivity: Technology, Management and Policy

January 17 - European Commission, Brussels, “Competition Policy in an era of Superstar Firms”

January 10 - Ireland Higher Education Authority/MIT, Dublin, “What is the Future of Work?”