Presentations

Date Name Titel Material
22.05.18

Charles Angelucci

Columbia Business School

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05.12.17

Tsz-Ning Wong

Aalto University

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21.11.17

Daniel Ershov

Toulouse School of Economics

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14.11.17

Daniel Garrett

Toulouse School of Economics

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07.11.17

Alp Atakan

Koç University

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17.10.17

Timothy Simcoe

Boston University

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10.10.17

Gerard Llobet

CEMFI

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19.09.17

Martin Hackmann

UCLA

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12.09.17

Andy Zapechelnyuk

University of St. Andrews

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05.09.17

Alon Eizenberg

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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30.05.17

Alexandre de Cornière

Toulouse School of Economics

Social media and the news industry
23.05.17

Alex Smolin

University of Bonn

Disclosure and Pricing of Attributes
09.05.17

Alessandro Gavazza

London School of Economics

Internet and Politics: Evidence from U.K. Local Election and Local Government Policies
27.04.17

Harim Kim

University of Michigan

Heterogeneous Impacts of Cost Shocks, Strategic Bidding, and Pass-Through: Evidence from the New England Electricity Market (Talk will take place in room P044 at 13:45)
26.04.17

Lily Ling Yang

University of Sydney

Dynamic Expert Incentives: Complementarity and Substitutivity in Information Acquisition (talk will take place in room 4.57/4.58 at 14:00)
25.04.17

Van Anh Vuong

University of Cologne

The Dynamic Impact of R&D Investment on Productivity and Export Demand in Swedish Manufacturing -
24.04.17

Jiekai Zhang

PSL-Research University and CREST-ENSAE

Regulating Advertising Time: Evidence from French TV (talk will take place in room 4.57/4.58 at 10.30am)
04.04.17

Stephan Lauermann

University of Bonn

Learning and Price Discovery in a Search Market
28.03.17

Marco Pagnozzi

University of Naples Federico II

Selling Information to Competitive Firms
21.03.17

Nicola Pavanini

Tilburg University

Welfare and redistribution in residential electricity markets with solar power (the talk will take in room 2-3, ZEW)
14.03.17

Jan De Loecker

Princeton and KU Leuven

Production Function Estimation with Measurement Error in Inputs
13.03.17

Eleftheria Triviza

University of Lancaster

The Optimal Pricing Scheme when Consumer is Habit Forming (talk will take place in room P044 at 10:30 am)
08.03.17

Miaomiao Dong

Toulouse School of Economics

Strategic Experimentation with Asymmetric Information (talk will take place in room 458, econ department)
07.03.17

Camilla Roncoroni

University of Warwick

Political Connections and Market Structure
28.02.17

Roland Strausz

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Sequential versus Static Screening: An equivalence result
15.02.17

Sébastien Broos

University of Liege

Targeted advertising and consumer information
14.02.17

Andreas Asseyer

Humboldt Universität Berlin

Informational Control and Collusive Supervision
06.12.16

Heski Bar-Isaac

University of Toronto-Rotman

Multidimensional Asymmetric Information, Adverse Selection, and Efficiency with Application to the Labor Market
29.11.16

Francesco Decarolis

Boston University and Einaudi Institute

Marketing Agencies and Collusive Bidding in Sponsored Search Auctions -
15.11.16

Alessandro Iaria

CREST-ENSAE

Demand estimation with unobserved choice set heterogeneity
08.11.16

Sergei Kovbasyuk

Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance

Memory and Markets
25.10.16

Zhijun Chen

Monash University

Are Market-Share Contracts a Poor Mans Exclusive Dealing?
18.10.16

Ralf Martin

Imperial College

Unraveling Firms: Demand, Productivity and Markups Heterogeneit
11.10.16

Florian Hoffmann

University of Bonn

Only time will tell: A theory of deferred compensation
04.10.16

Sebastian Schweighofer-Kodritsch

Humboldt Universität Berlin

Time Preferences and Bargaining
27.09.16

Andreas Moxnes

University of Oslo

Better, Faster, Stronger: Global Innovation and Trade Liberalization
20.09.16

Matthijs Wildenbeest

Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Agency Pricing and Bargaining: Empirical Evidence from the E-Book Market
13.09.16

Ying Fan

University of Michigan

Competition, Product Proliferation and Welfare: A Study of the U.S. Smartphone Market
31.05.16

Jaap Abbring

Tilburg University

Very Simple Markov-Perfect Industry Dynamics -
24.05.16

Theresa Kuchler

NYU Stern School of Business

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17.05.16

Maria Polyakova

Stanford University

The Welfare Effects of Supply-Side Regulations in Medicare Part D -
10.05.16

Daniel Quint

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Indicative Bidding in Auctions with Costly Entry (joint with Ken Hendricks)
03.05.16

Makoto Watanabe

VU Amsterdam

Competitive sequential search equilibrium
26.04.16

Peter Egger

ETH Zürich

Heterogeneous Effects of Tariff and Nontariff Trade-Policy Barriers in Quantitative General Equilibrium -
19.04.16

Pierre Dubois

Toulouse School of Economics

On the Role of Parallel Trade on Manufacturers and Retailers Profits in the Pharmaceutical Sector (with Morten Sæthre) -
12.04.16

Francesc Dilme

University of Bonn

Residual Deterrence
05.04.16

Ryan Kellogg

University of Michigan

Asymmetric Information, Royalty Distortions, and Drilling Deadlines: Understanding Oil and Gas Lease Contracts -
08.03.16

David Rapson

University of California, Davis

The Household Vehicle Portfolio: Implications for Emissions Abatement Policies -
01.03.16

Régis Renault

Université de Cergy-Pontoise

Passive internet search
23.02.16

Jay Pil Choi

Michigan State University

You Are Judged by the Company You Keep: Reputation Leverage in Vertically Related Markets
08.12.15

Andras Kiss

University of Amsterdam

Salience and Switching
01.12.15

Konrad Mierendorff

University College London

Auctions with Limited Commitment
24.11.15

Francis Bloch

Université Paris 1

Dynamic assignment of objects to queuing agents with private values
17.11.15

Johannes Boehm

Sciences Po

The Impact of Contract Enforcement Costs on Outsourcing and Aggregate Productivity
10.11.15

Nenad Kos

Bocconi University

Information in Tender Offers with a Large Shareholder
03.11.15

Patrick Legros

Université Libre de Bruxelles

Integration, Delegation, and Management
27.10.15

Markus Reisinger

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

Sequencing Bilateral Negoatiations with Externalities
20.10.15

Piero Gottardi

European University Institute, Florence

Competing Mechanisms in Markets for Lemons
13.10.15

Jeremy Fox

Rice University

Unobserved Heterogeneity in Matching Games with an Application to Venture Capital
06.10.15

Martin Schmalz

University of Michigan

Anti-Competitive Effects Of Common Ownership
29.09.15

Vincenzo Denicolo

University of Leicester

Exclusive Contracts with Imperfect Rent Extraction
22.09.15

Mathias Reynaert

Toulouse School of Economics

Abatement Strategies and the Cost of Environmental Regulation: Emission Standards on the European Automobile Market
15.09.15

Thibault Fally

University of California, Berkeley

Firm Heterogeneity in Consumption Baskets: Evidence from Home and Store Scanner Data
08.09.15

Helena Perrone

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Price dispersion and informational frictions: Evidence from Supermarkets Purchases
26.05.15

Takeshi Murooka

University of Munich

The Timing of Active-Choice Policy
12.05.15

Matthew Backus

Cornell University

Cheap Talk, Round Numbers, and the Economics of Negotiation
05.05.15

Miklós Koren

Centreal European University

Bridges
28.04.15

Katherine Emily Ho

Columbia University

Insurer Competition in Health Care Markets
21.04.15

Catherine Thomas

London School of Economics

Information Frictions and Observable Experience -
14.04.15

Jose-Luis Moraga-Gonzalez

VU University Amsterdam

Prices, Product Differentiation, and Heterogeneous Search Costs
24.03.15

Sergey Stepanov

Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Biased Performance Evaluation in A Model of Career Concerns: Incentives versus Ex-Post Efficiency
17.03.15

Jorge Balat

Johns Hopkins University

Heterogeneous Firms:Skilled-Labor Productivity and Export Destinations
10.03.15

Bruno Jullien

Toulouse School of Economics

Dynamic Competition with Network Externalities: Why History Matters
03.03.15

Frédéric Warzynski

Aarhus University

Import Competition, Productivity and Multi-Product Firms
24.02.15

Frank Rosar

Bonn University

Test design under voluntary participation and conflicting preferences
02.12.14

Rosario Crino

CEMFI

Financial Frictions, Product Quality, and International Trade
25.11.14

Larbi Alaoui

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Endogenous Depth of Reasoning
18.11.14

Marit Hinnosaar

Collegio Carlo Alberto

Sales and nonlinear prices when consumers have time inconsistent preferences
11.11.14

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Berlin

Ex post information rents in sequential screening
04.11.14

Pasquale Schiraldi

London School of Economics

Simultaneous First-Price Auctions with Preferences over Combinations: Identification and Application
28.10.14

Oren Sussman

Said Business School and University of Oxford

The resolution of ex-territorial financial distress: a study of the shipping industry
21.10.14

Matthias Lang

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Communicating Subjective Evaluations -
14.10.14

Dino Gerardi

Collegio Carlo Alberto

The Ratchet Effect Implies no Learning: Dynamic Contracting without Commitment
07.10.14

Gregory Corcos

Ecole Polytechnique

Relational Contracts Between and Within Firms in the Global Economy
23.09.14

Renato Gomes

Toulouse School of Economics

Competitive Screening under Heterogeneous Information
16.09.14

Paul Scott

Toulouse School of Economics

Dynamic Discrete Choice Estimation of Agricultural Land Use (with and without Land Values)
09.09.14

Laurent Lamy

Paris School of Economics

Optimal allotment design
02.09.14

Sanghmitra Gautam

University College London

Quantifying Welfare Effects of a Conditional Subsidy in the Presence of Social Interactions: An Ex-Ante Policy Evaluation of a Healthcare Intervention
20.05.14

Thomas Otter

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Attention and Utility - a structural model of consideration
13.05.14

Timofiy Mylovanov

University of Pennsylvania

Bayesian Persuasion with Heterogeneous Audience
06.05.14

Toomas Hinnosaar

Collegio Carlo Alberto

Calendar mechanisms
29.04.14

Francisco Ruiz-Aliseda

Ecole Polytechnique

Dynamic Price Competition with Private Learning of Customers Experiences -
08.04.14

Li Hao

University of British Columbia

Discriminatory Information Disclosure
01.04.14

Maarten Janssen

University of Vienna

Non-reservation Price Equilibria and Consumer Search
25.03.14

Sinem Hidir

Toulouse School of Economics

Strategic Inaccuracy in Bargaining -
18.03.14

Robin S. Lee

NYU Stern School of Business

Insurer Competition and Negotiated Hospital Prices
11.03.14

Allan Collard-Wexler

NYU

Reallocation and Technology: Evidence from the U.S. Steel Industry. (in L7, 3-5 Room HS 001/ 5:15-6:30 pm)
11.03.14

Berthold Herrendorf

Arizona State University

Wages, Human Capital, and the Allocation of Labor across Sectors (in L7, 3-5 Room P 043/ 1:45 pm)
03.12.13

Makoto Hanazono

(School of Economics, Nagoya University)

Information Aggregation in Merger Negotiation -
26.11.13

Benjamin E. Hermalin

(University of California, Berkeley)

The Strategic Use of Download Limits by a Monopoly Platform
19.11.13

Loïc Batté

Toulouse School of Economics (ENTER Programmes)

Demography and intergenerational public transfers: a political economy approach -
12.11.13

Margaret Kyle

Toulouse School of Economics

Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Innovation: Evidence
05.11.13

Sandro Shelegia

(Universität Wien)

Consumer Search and Double Marginalization
29.10.13

Sanjeev Goyal

(University of Cambridge)

Trading in Networks: Theory and Experiment
22.10.13

Harald Fadinger

(Universität Wien)

Offshoring with Heterogeneous Firms (Preliminary and incomplete) -
15.10.13

Amit Gandhi

(University of Wisconsin)

Estimating Demand for Differentiated Products with Error in Market Shares
08.10.13

Alon Eizenberg

(Hebrew University)

Grab Them Before They Go Generic: Habit Formation and the Emerging Middle Class
01.10.13

Eduardo Perez

(Ecole Polytechnique)

Certi able Pre-Play Communication: Full Disclosure
24.09.13

Toker Doganoglu

Universität Würzburg

Incentives to Supply a Downstream Competitor: The Role of Contract Observability and Complexity -
17.09.13

Denis Gromb

(INSEAD)

Legal Investor Protection and Takeovers
10.09.13

Matthew Gentry

(London School of Economics)

Entry and Competition in Takeover Auctions -
03.09.13

Xavier Vives

(IESE Business School Barcelona)

R&D Cooperation, Spillovers and Antitrust Policy
28.05.13

Uli Doraszelski

(Wharton/University of Pennsylvania)

Measuring the Bias of Technological Change
21.05.13

Suzanne Scotchmer

(University of California, Berkeley)

Scarcity of Ideas and R&D Options: Use It, Lose It, or Bank It -
14.05.13

Sigrid Suetens

(Tilburg University)

Heterogeneous stake-sensitive guilt aversion -
07.05.13

Eugen Kovac

(Universität Bonn)

Optimal Sequential Delegation
30.04.13

Aner Sela

(Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)

Common-Value All-Pay Auctions with Asymmetric Information
23.04.13

Ferdinand Rauch

(University of Oxford)

Resetting the Urban Network: 117-2012AD (with Guy Michaels) -
16.04.13

Ron Siegel

(Northwestern University)

Large Contests -
09.04.13

Luis Corchon

(UC3M)

Oligopolistic Equilibrium and Financial Constraints
19.03.13

Peter Norman Sørensen

(University of Copenhagen)

Strategic Research Bias -
12.03.13

Marc Möller

(University of Bern)

Competition in the Presence of Individual Demand Uncertainty -
04.12.12

Joao Montez

(London Business School)

How buybacks eliminate opportunism in vertical contracting
27.11.12

Emeric Henry

(Sciences Po)

Rational Parasites: Theory and Experiment -
20.11.12

Stephan Lauermann

(Univ. of Michigan)

A Common Value Auction with Bidder Solicitation
13.11.12

David Martimort

(Paris School of Economics)

Public Contracting in Delegated Agency Games -
06.11.12

John Morrow

(London School of Economics)

Monopolistic Competition and Optimum Product Diversity Under Firm Heterogeneity
30.10.12

Mathieu Parenti

(Paris School of Economics)

David & Goliath -
23.10.12

Dennis Gärtner

(University of Bonn)

Information Exchange and the Stability of Collusion -
16.10.12

Salvatore Piccolo

(Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan)

Optimal Accomplice-Witnesses Regulation under Asymmetric Information
09.10.12

Jana Friedrichsen

(University of Mannheim)

Image concerns and the provision of quality
02.10.12

Alessandro Gavazza

(New York University)

A Quantitative Analysis of the Used-Car Market
25.09.12

Frank Riedel

(Bielefeld University)

Strategic Ambiguity in Games
18.09.12

Andrea Pozzi

(Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance)

Demand or Productivity: What Determines Firm Growth?
11.09.12

Stefano Dellavigna

(University of California, Berkely)

Page Limits at the AER: Revealed Preferences at Submission -
29.05.12

Catherine Bobtcheff

(TSE)

Researcher`s Dilemma -
22.05.12

Uwe Dulleck

(Queensland University of Technology)

Good, the Bad, and the Naive - Do fair prices signal good types or do they induce good behaviour -
15.05.12

Tim Adam

(HU Berlin)

Fund Tornaments and CDS
08.05.12

Monika Schnitzer

(LMU München)

The use of tax havens in exemption regimes
24.04.12

Marcus Asplund

(Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

Did the Swedish Tobacco Monopoly Set Monopoly Prices? -
30.03.12

Jean-Francois Houde

(Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison)

Price competition and concentration in search markets: Empirical evidence from mortgage lending - This talk exceptionally takes place on a Thursday at ZEW, at 6 pm!!!
06.03.12

Achim Wambach

(Univ. of Köln)

Profitable contract menus in competitive insurance markets with adverse selection ATTENTION PLEASE: THIS TALK TAKES PLACE AT 17:15 h IN P 043! -
06.12.11

Daniel Krähmer

(University of Bonn)

The benefits of sequential screening -
29.11.11

Pierre Dubois

(Toulouse School of Economics)

Price and brand competition between differentiated retailers: A structural econometric model -
22.11.11

Philippe Février

(ENSAE)

Nonparametric identification using group theory
20.11.11

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Belin

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20.11.11

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Belin

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20.11.11

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Belin

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20.11.11

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Belin

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20.11.11

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Belin

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20.11.11

Roland Strausz

Humboldt-Universität Belin

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15.11.11

Daniel Sturm

(LSE)

The Economics of Density: Evidence from the Berlin Wall -
08.11.11

Sergei Kovbasyuk

(Toulouse School of Economics)

Optimal Certification Design
25.10.11

Alon Eizenberg

(Hebrew University)

Upstream Innovation and Product Variety in the U.S. Home PC Market
18.10.11

Jakub Kastl

Stanford University

The 2007 Subprime Market Crisis in the EURO Area Through the Lens of ECB Repo Auctions
11.10.11

Gregory Crawford

(Univ. of Warwick)

The Welfare Effects of Monopoly Quality Choice: Evidence from Cable Television Markets
04.10.11

Guido Friebel

(Goethe Univ. Frankfurt)

The Costs and Benefits of Multi-tasking
27.09.11

Heiko Karle

(ECARES)

Advertising Content when Consumers are Loss Averse
20.09.11

M. Cecilia Bustamante

(LSE)

What do frictions mean for Q-theory?
13.09.11

Christian Seel

University of Bonn

Continuous Time Contests
31.05.11

Andrew Sweeting

(Duke University)

Selective Entry in Auctions
24.05.11

Makoto Watanabe

(Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Hot and Spicy: ups and downs on the price floor and ceiling at Japanese supermarkets
17.05.11

Akifumi Ishihara

(London School of Economics)

The Interaction of Formal and Implicit Contracts with Adverse Selection
10.05.11

Rossella Argenziano

(University of Essex)

A Numerical Analysis of Strategic Information Acquisition and Transmission -
03.05.11

Soenje Reiche

(Univ. of Cambridge & Toulouse School of Economics

Bilateral Trade and Renegotiation -
12.04.11

Anna Rita Bennato

(University of Rome, Tor Vergata)

Pharmaceutical Innovation and Parallel Trade
11.04.11

Gautam Gowrisankaran

(University of Arizona)

Intermittency and the Value of Renewable Energy ATTENTION PLEASE: Talk takes place on a Monday at 12:00 h!!!
05.04.11

Roland Strausz

(Humboldt Universität Berlin)

The political economy of regulatory risk
29.03.11

Helmut Bester

(FU Berlin)

Investments and the Holdup Problem in a Matching Market
22.03.11

Jan Brueckner

(UC Irvine)

Subprime Mortgages and the Housing Bubble
15.03.11

Francine Lafontaine

(University of Michigan)

Organizational Form and Performance: Evidence from the Hotel Industry
08.03.11

Heski Bar-Isaac

(NYU)

Heterogeneous Audiences and the Shape of Reputation -
01.03.11

Howard Smith (Oxford)

(Oxford University)

An Empirical Model of Two Stop Shopping -
22.02.11

Nora Szech

(University of Bonn)

Tie-Breaks and Bid-Caps in All-Pay Auctions -
15.02.11

Gülseren Mutlu

(City University of Hong Kong)

Optimal Compensation Schemes in a Repeated Monitoring Relationship
11.02.11

Dana Sisak

(Univ. St. Gallen) at 14:00 h

Where Ignorance is Bliss, tis Folly to be Wise -
10.02.11

Stefan Penczynski

(LSE) at 11:00 h

Persuasion and Strategic Thinking -
08.02.11

Maria Bigoni

(Univ. of Bologna) at 11:00 h

Fines, Leniency and Rewards in Antitrust: An Experiment -
07.12.10

Alex Shcherbakov

(University of Mannheim)

Dynamic Response to Environmental Regulation in the Electricity Industry -
30.11.10

Thomas Tregouet

(Ecole Polytechnique)

Competition in Matching Technologies
25.11.10

Leonardo Felli

(LSE)

Child Adoption Matching: Preferences for Gender and Race --- Attention: This talk takes place at Room O-169 on Thursday, 25.11., not on Tuesday! -
16.11.10

Ali Hortaçsu

(University of Chicago)

Market Crisis Through the Lens of European Central Bank Auctions for Short-Term Funds
09.11.10

Tobi Klein

(Tilburg University)

Narrow Framing and Impatience
02.11.10

David Genesove

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Search and Matching in the Housing Market
26.10.10

Andrea Attar

(IDEI and University of Roma II, Tor Vergata)

Non-Exclusive Competition in the Market for lemons
19.10.10

Itai Ater

Recanati School of Business

The effect of the Internet on on-time performance in the airline industry
12.10.10

Arve, Malin

Toulouse School of Economics (TSE)

Procurement and Debt
05.10.10

Michelle Goeree

(University of Zurich)

Do Research Joint Ventures Serve a Collusive Function?
28.09.10

Ludwig Reßner

(University of Munich)

Dynamic Duopoly with Inattentive Firms
21.09.10

Jose-Luis Moraga-Gonzales

(University of Groningen and IESE)

Do firms sell forward for Strategic Reasons? An Application to the Wholesale Market for Natural Gas
14.09.10

Georg Kirchsteiger

Université Libre de Bruxelles

How (not) to take a decision: Belief-dependent Preferences in Procedural Games
01.07.10

Catherine Tucker

(MIT Sloan)

Social Networks, Advertising, and Privacy Controls -
15.06.10

Dongsoo Shin

(Santa Clara University)

Motivating R&D in Vertical Contracting -
08.06.10

Simon Anderson

(University of Virginia)

Aggregative Games with Free Entry
25.05.10

Klaus Schmidt

(LMU)

Screening, Competition, and Job Design
18.05.10

Otto Toivanen

(Helsinki School of Economics)

Cartels Uncovered
11.05.10

Frederic Koessler

(Paris School of Economics)

When does strategic information disclosure lead to perfect consumer information?
04.05.10

Hendrik Hakenes

(IFM, Leibniz Universität Hannover)

The Birth and Burst of Asset Price Bubbles
27.04.10

Jeanne Hagenbach

University of Mannheim

Centralizing Information in Networks -
20.04.10

Ron Davies

(University College Dublin)

Tariffs Versus VAT in the Presence of Heterogeneous Firms and an Informal Sector
23.03.10

MarkoTerviö

(Helsinki School of Economics)

Income Distribution and Housing Prices: An Assignment Model Approach
18.03.10

Nicolas Schutz

(Columbia University/PSE)

Vertical Integration, Foreclosure, and Upstream Competition (at Room 031)
16.03.10

Bruno Jullien

(University of Toulouse)

Seller Reputation and Trust in Pre-Trade Communication
09.03.10

Marie Hoerova

(European Central Bank)

Liquidity Hoarding and Interbank Market Spreads: The Role of Counterparty Risk
23.02.10

Gülseren Mutlu

(New York University)

Optimal Compensation Schemes in a Repeated Monitoring Relationship - ATTENTION: The talk has been CANCELLED!!! -
16.02.10

Arthur Fishman

(Bar Ilan University)

Absentee Customers and Sticky Prices -
10.02.10

Florian Peters

(UC Berkeley)

Risk Premia in Executive Compensation: A Life-Cycle Perspective
09.02.10

Yuya Takahashi

(University of Wisconsin)

Estimating a War of Attrition: The Case of the US Movie Theater Industry
08.02.10

Christian Fons-Rosen

(LSE)

Knowledge Flows Through FDI: the Case of Privatisations in Central and Eastern Europe
25.01.10

Oleksandr Shcherbakov

(Yale University)

The effect of consumer switching costs on market power of cable television providers (Talk at 3:00 pm)
20.01.10

Daniele Condorelli

(Northwestern University)

Dynamic Bilateral Trading in Networks
19.01.10

Raphaël Levy

(University of Toulouse)

Humouring both parties: a model of two-sided reputation
18.01.10

Holger Breinlich

(University of Essex)

Empirical Evaluations of Heterogeneous Firm Models: An Event Study Approach
13.01.10

Andriy Zapechelnyuk

(University of Bonn)

Decision making in uncertain and changing environments
12.01.10

Konrad Mierendorff

University of Bonn

Optimal Dynamic Mechanism Design with Deadlines
11.01.10

Susanne Ohlendorf

University of Bonn

Renegotiation-Proof Relational Contracts with Side Payments
17.12.09

Joachim R. Groeger

LSE

Estimation of a Dynamic Auction with Endogenous Participation
08.12.09

Zhijun Chen

University of East Anglia

Loss Leading as an Exploitative Practice
01.12.09

Nora Szech

University of Bonn

Price and Quality Competition with Boundedly Rational Consumers
24.11.09

Winand Emons

University of Bern

Non-comparative versus Comparative Advertising as a Quality Signal
17.11.09

Elisabeth Schulte

University of Mannheim

Preselection and Expert Advice -
10.11.09

Johannes Münster

FU Berlin

Information sharing in contests -
03.11.09

Giacomo Calzolari

University of Bologna

Competition in non-linear prices, exclusive contracts, and market-share discounts
27.10.09

Florian Wilken

University of Heidelberg

The Impact of Strategic Buying to Sustain Seller Competition -
20.10.09

Jeanne Hagenbach

Strategic Communication Networks -
13.10.09

Sebastian Köhne

First-Order Approach to Moral Hazard Problems with Hidden Saving
06.10.09

Lotta Väänänen

Education and Invention -
29.09.09

Gregor Zöttl

University of Munich

A Framework of Peak Load Pricing with Strategic Firms -
22.09.09

Andras Niedermayer

University of Mannheim

Career Concerns and Career Choice
15.09.09

Itai Agur

Dutch Central Bank

Regulatory Competition and Bank Risk Taking
08.09.09

Simon Loertscher

University of Melbourne

Information Transmission in Electoral Competiton
02.06.09

Olga Gorelkina

Toulouse School of Economics

Precluding Ex Ante Collusion in Externality Mechanisms
26.05.09

Andrea Galeotti

University of Essex

Strategic Information Transmission in Networks -
19.05.09

Stefan Behringer

Universität Frankfurt

The Provision of a Public Good with a direct Provision Technology and a Large Number of Agents
12.05.09

Eugenio Miravete

University of Texas, Austin

The Doubtful Profitability of Foggy Pricing -
05.05.09

Estelle Cantillon

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ECARES)

Competition between Exchanges: Lessons from the Battle of the Bund
28.04.09

Sergei Severinov

University of British Columbia and University of E

Multi-Dimensional Screening with a One-Dimensional Allocation Space
21.04.09

Wioletta Dziuda

Northwestern University

Strategic Argumentation
31.03.09

Tommaso Valletti

Imperial College London, University of Rome

Buyer Power and the "Waterbed Effect"
24.03.09

Marc Möller

University Carlos III of Madrid

Decision Making and Implementation in Teams -
17.03.09

Dongsoo Shin

University of Mannheim

Hierarchical Structures and Dynamic Incentives
20.11.04

Pasquale Schiraldi

London School of Economics

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20.11.04

Pasquale Schiraldi

London School of Economics

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20.11.04

Pasquale Schiraldi

London School of Economics

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20.11.04

Pasquale Schiraldi

London School of Economics

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Alexandre de Cornière

Toulouse School of Economics

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Alexandre de Cornière

Toulouse School of Economics

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