Two researchers from INO are giving talks at the Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Day 24 September.
Mirjam van Praag will give a talk under the heading: What makes an entrepreneur?
Toke Reichstein will give a talk under the heading: Models for Overcoming the Challenge of Securing Funding.
Both talks will take place at Solbjerg Plads, auditorium SP01.
If you are unable to attend the talks they will be live streamed by Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship. Go to the website and stay tuned..
Read more about the program of the day here.
Vera Rocha is co-authoring this article investigating whether education-job mismatches and growing occupational diversity are important explanatory factors of gender pay gaps amongst university graduates in Southern Europe (namely in Portugal, Spain, and Italy). We use standard decomposition techniques and test the implications of controlling for selection bias. Our results indicate that over-education and greater occupational segregation associated with the emergence of new graduate job profiles are important determinants of earnings inequality. Whilst our focus is on graduates’ early careers, demonstrating that occupational assignment and selection into employment shape gender pay gaps amongst the highly skilled provides a more pessimistic view on the ability of educational expansion or equal pay legislation to significantly reduce gender pay inequality. Southern European economies are also particularly interesting to look at since there may be a greater degree of mismatch between the pace of higher education expansion and the changes in the job structure, making women particularly vulnerable to over-education.
Link to the full article