Social Sciences Building, 120 University

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120 University
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Simulations d'entrevue et cocktail

French
 

Simulations d’entrevue et réseautage
Quand : mercredi 4 octobre 2017, de 17 h 30 à 20 h 30
Où : Pavillon des Sciences sociales, salle 9005 (120, rue Université)

IMPORTANT : Vous devez assister à l’atelier du 30 septembre si vous voulez participer aux simulations d’entrevues du 4 octobre (la page d'inscription vous permet de vous inscrire aux deux événements).

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Pour les étudiants au cycle supérieur en science économique
Date: 
Wednesday 4 October 2017 à 17 h 30 to à 20 h 30
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Mock Interview and networking reception

English

Mock interviews and networking reception
When: Wednesday, October 4, 2017, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: Social Sciences Building, Room 9005, 120 University

NOTE: Attendance at the September 30 workshops is mandatory if you wish to participate in the mock interviews on October 4 (the registration page will allow you to register to both events).  

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For MA Economics students
Date: 
Wednesday, 4 October 2017 - 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
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Séminaire

English
La Chaire de recherche sur la francophonie et les politiques publiques
vous invite au séminaire

DES CLÉS DE LECTURE POUR INTERPRÉTER LES DONNÉES LINGUISTIQUES DU RECENSEMENT DE 2016

JEAN-FRANÇOIS LEPAGE
Sociologue et analyste de recherche principal
Statistique Canada

Objectifs : Mieux comprendre les distinctions entre les différents indicateurs linguistiques ainsi que les façons de les utiliser et de les interpréter

Sub-title: 
Des clés de lecture pour interpréter les données linguistiques du recensement de 2016
Date: 
Tuesday, 12 September 2017 - 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm
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Book Lauch - Running on Empty

English

Presented by CIPS and the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

Sub-title: 
Revisiting Refugee Resettlement in Canada and Around the World
Date: 
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 - 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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Financial workshop for University students

What are fixed and variable costs and what are your resources? University life comes with many expenses and most students are learning to manage finances for the first time, on top of numerous additional responsibilities.

Join us and learn how to maximize your finances for the upcoming school year. We will discuss personal finance basics, while providing tools and tips for managing a monthly student budget.

Please follow this link to sign in to your UOzone account and register for the event:

https://goo.gl/7ibT6U

French
Date: 
Tuesday 19 September 2017 à 16 h 00 to à 17 h 30
Event language: 

Financial workshop for University students

What are fixed and variable costs and what are your resources? University life comes with many expenses and most students are learning to manage finances for the first time, on top of numerous additional responsibilities.

Join us and learn how to maximize your finances for the upcoming school year. We will discuss personal finance basics, while providing tools and tips for managing a monthly student budget.

Please follow this link to sign in to your UOzone account and register for the event:

https://goo.gl/7ibT6U

English
Date: 
Tuesday, 19 September 2017 - 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
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Tom Van Ourti, Erasmus University Rotterdam

French

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Sub-title: 
Measuring income-related inequalities in risky health prospects
Date: 
Friday 22 September 2017 à 14 h 30 to à 16 h 00
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Tom Van Ourti, Erasmus University Rotterdam

English

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Sub-title: 
Measuring income-related inequalities in risky health prospects
Date: 
Friday, 22 September 2017 - 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
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May Rostom, Bank of England

French

Abstract:  This paper investigates the relationship between mortgage leverage and consumption around the 2008 financial crisis. Using data from the UK’s Family Expenditure Survey and Wealth and Asset Survey, we first show that highly leveraged households made larger cuts to consumption following the financial crisis, and this was argely driven by younger households. Second, using a life-cycle framework, we investigate the channels by which highly leveraged households may have reduced consumption by more than others.

Sub-title: 
Debt and Consumption in the United Kingdom During the Crisis
Date: 
Tuesday 12 September 2017 à 11 h 30 to à 13 h 00
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May Rostom, University College London and Bank of England

English

Abstract:  This paper investigates the relationship between mortgage leverage and consumption around the 2008 financial crisis. Using data from the UK’s Family Expenditure Survey and Wealth and Asset Survey, we first show that highly leveraged households made larger cuts to consumption following the financial crisis, and this was argely driven by younger households. Second, using a life-cycle framework, we investigate the channels by which highly leveraged households may have reduced consumption by more than others.

Sub-title: 
Debt and Consumption in the United Kingdom During the Crisis
Date: 
Tuesday, 12 September 2017 - 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
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