Copenhagen Education Network Workshop
8th half day Copenhagen Education Network Workshop
Jointly organised with the Inequality Platform, CBS.
29th of May 2018, Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Porcelænshaven 16A, room 2.80, 2nd floor.
12:30-13:00: Sandwich lunch and Welcome
13:00-14:00: Keynote Speech: Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin-Madison: Competitive or Random Search (joint with Jonas Maibom and Espen Moen).
14:00-14:30: Fane Groes, Copenhagen Business School: How much do universities trade quality for quantity in the production of University graduates? (joint with Kelly Foley).
15:00-15:30: Elena Mattana, Aarhus University: Effects of School Referral on Bilingual Children’s Outcomes (joint work with Anna Piil Damm, Helena Skyt Nielsen and Benedicte Rouland).
15:30-16:00: Ahmad Hassani, Aarhus University: Does growing up in social housing affect schooling? (joint with Anne Piil Damm).
16:15-16:45: Hans Henrik Sievertsen, University of Bristol: The Signaling Value of College Grades (joint with Anne Toft Hansen, Ulrik Hvidman).
16:45-17:15: Jens Dietrichson, ViVe: A multi-sensory tutoring program for students at-risk of reading difficulties: Evidence from a randomized field experiment.
18:30: Dinner at ‘Den lille fede’, http://denlillefede.com, Store Kongensgade 17, København K.