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Onzièmes journées Louis-André Gérard-Varet

Eleventh Louis-André Gérard-Varet conference day

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Publié le mercredi 13 juin 2012 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

Fidèles à l’esprit de l’Institut d’économie publique (IDEP) et de son fondateur, Louis-André Gérard-Varet, ces journées ont pour objectif de stimuler la production et la diffusion de recherches de qualité en économie publique, en privilégiant les résultats qui contribuent de manière significative à éclairer le débat et / ou la décision publique du « monde réel ». À ce titre elles accueillent des communications portant sur tous les domaines de l’économie publique, tant théoriques qu’appliquées.

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Présentation

Fidèles à l’esprit de l’Institut d’économie publique (IDEP) et de son fondateur, Louis-André Gérard-Varet, ces journées ont pour objectif de stimuler la production et la diffusion de recherches de qualité en économie publique, en privilégiant les résultats qui contribuent de manière significative à éclairer le débat et/ou la décision publique du « monde réel ». À ce titre elles accueillent des communications portant sur tous les domaines de l’économie publique, tant théoriques qu’appliquées.

Sont notamment sollicités les thèmes suivants :

  • Taxation, fiscalité et protection sociale
  • Économie publique locale et organisation des territoires
  • Fédéralisme fiscal
  • Mécanismes de production de biens publics
  • Effets externes
  • Économie politique
  • Attribution des marchés publics
  • Régulation des entreprises et réglementation
  • Environnement
  • Régulation et évaluation des systèmes de santé
  • Économie de l’Éducation
  • Fondements normatifs de l’intervention publique
  • Inégalités économiques
  • Politiques macroéconomiques et croissance

Les 11èmes Journées Louis-André Gérard-Varet se dérouleront à Marseille du 18 au 20 juin 2012.

Toutes les informations en ligne sur le site internet de l'AMSE : www.amse-aixmarseille.fr

Lieux :

  • Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique d'Aix-Marseille, 110-114, la Canebière - 13001 Marseille
  • Faculté d'Économie et de Gestion, 14, rue Puvis de Chavannes - 13001 Marseille

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 

Please note that the program is subject to change

Monday, June 18, 2012

Site Venue: Fac Canebière

  • 8.30 > 9.00 amWelcoming coffee
  • 9:00 > 9.15 amWelcoming comments

9.15 > 10.15 amKeynote Lecture 1

Geoffrey Brennan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, “The buchanan legacy: between the benevolent despot and homo economicus”

  • 10.15 > 10.45 amCoffee break
  • 10.45 > 12.45 pmParallel Sessions A1-A8

Session A1 Education (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 112   Chair: Xavier Joutard (to be confirmed)

  • Education and social mobility: Can democracy promote redistribution
    Andreza Lucas*, DEFAP, Catholic University of Milan
    Eugenio Peluso, University of Verona
    Discussant: Maame Esi Woode
  • Tracking and student performance: Students, schools and education systems
    Roxanne Korthals*, Maastricht University
    Discussant: Andreza Lucas
  • Education, life expectancy and family bargaining: the Ben-Porath effect revisited
    Laura Leker*, Paris School of Economics
    Gregory Ponthiere, Ecole Normale Superieure
    Discussant: Marion Davin

Session A2 Children welfare (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 113   Chair: Christophe Müller

  • Consumption by children: An analysis of economic rationality and bargaining power
    Sam Cosaert*, KU Leuven KULAK Subfaculty of business and economics
    Discussant: Anna De Paoli
  • Fertility decisions and children opportunity costs: a panel study for Germany
    Denis Beninger*, Berlin School of Economics and Law
    Discussant: Krishna Pendakur
  • Children’s resources in collective households: identification, estimation and an application to child poverty in Malawi
    Krishna Pendakur*, Simon Fraser University
    Geoffrey Dunbar, Simon Fraser University
    Arthur Lewbel, Boston College
    Discussant: Sam Cosaert
  • Does international migration increase child labor?
    Anna De Paoli*, Università di Milano Bicocca
    Mariapia Mendola, Università di Milano Bicocca
    Discussant: Denis Beninger

Session A3 Indirect taxation (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 114   Chair: Tanguy Van Ypersele

  • Distributional effects of VAT with housing
    Essi Eerola*, Government Institute for Economic Research (VATT)
    Niku Määttänen, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, Helsinki Center of Economic Research
    Discussant: S. Mussart
  • Why countries compete in ad valorem instead of unit capital taxes
    Magnus Hoffmann*, School of Economics and Management, Berlin
    Marco Runkel, School of Economics and Management, Berlin
    Discussant: Essi Eerola
  • The incidence of indirect unit taxes on airfares – empirical evidence from Germany
    Boris Beimann*, Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung e.V. (RWI)
    Andreas Lueg-Arndt, Cologne Business School
    Discussant: Magnus Hoffmann
  • Social-welfare-improving and/or poverty-reducing directions of commodity tax reforms in France
    Stéphane Mussard*, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Soufiane Khoudmi, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Mickael Beaud, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Discussant: Boris Beimann

Session A4 Fiscal austerity (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 115   Chair: Eric Girardin

  • Fiscal consolidations: impact on growth and determinants of success
    Enrique Moral-Benito*, Banco de España
    Pablo Hernandez De Cos, Banco de España
    Discussant: M. Lubrano
  • Smoothing shocks and balancing budgets in a currency union
    James Costain*, Banco de España
    Beatriz De Blas, Univ. Autónoma de Madrid
    Discussant: Sebastian Thomasius
  • Aggregate instability under balanced-budget rules and standard labor market
    Nicolas Abad*, Aix-Marseille Université
    Thomas Seegmuller, CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Alain Venditti, CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Lise Clain-Chamosset
  • Choosing "Ms or Mr Right" for a balanced budget: first evidence from OECD countries
    Sebastian Thomasius*, Free University of Berlin
    Discussant: Enrique Moral-Benito

Session A5 Interaction between jurisdictions and groups (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 116   Chair: Marcel Gérard

  • Group bargaining and conflict
    Nicolas Querou*, CNRS, Lameta
    Discussant: Calin Arcalean
  • The effect of neighborhood spillovers on mortgage selection
    Ruben Hernandez*, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
    Rajdeep Sengupta, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
    Discussant: Nicolas Querou
  • International tax competition and the deficit bias
    Calin Arcalean*, ESADE, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona
    Discussant: Ruben Hernandez

Session A6 Explanation of inequalities (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 309   Chair: Stephen Bazen

  • The contribution of housing to the dynamics of inequalities
    Modibo Sidibe*, CREST-GENES, GATE-LSE
    Discussant: Ivica Urban
  • Bayesian unconditional quantile regression: an analysis of recent expansions in  wage structure and earnings inequality in the U.S. 1992-2009
    Abdoul Aziz Junior Ndoye*, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Michel Lubrano, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Modibo Sidibe
  • Contributions of taxes and benefits to vertical, horizontal and redistributive effects
    Ivica Urban*, Institute of Public Finance, Zagreb
    Discussant: Abdoul Aziz Junior Ndoye

Session A7 Public policies in the long run (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 310   Chair: Raouf Boucekkine

  • Optimal fertility along the lifecycle
    Gregory Ponthiere*, Ecole Normale Superieure
    Pierre Pestieau, University of Liège, Paris School of Economics
    Discussant: Stéphane Zuber
  • Ex post intergenerational equity and discounting
    Stéphane Zuber*, Université Paris Descartes, CERSES
    Marc Fleurbaey, Princeton University
    Discussant: Tim Buyse
  • Pension reform, employment by age, and long-run growth in an olg model with heterogeneous abilities
    Tim Buyse*, Sherppa Ghent University
    Renaat Van De Kerckhove, Sherppa Ghent University
    Freddy Heylen, Sherppa Ghent University
    Discussant: Gregory Ponthiere

Session A8 Attitudes toward uncertainty and risk (Monday June 18, 10:45 AM-12:45 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Amphithéâtre Jourdan   Chair: Thibault Gajdos

  • Reconciling consumption inequality with income inequality
    Vadym Lepetyuk*, Universidad de Alicante
    Christian A. Stoltenberg, Universiteit van Amsterdam
    Discussant: Rafael Salas
  • Variational rationality and the unsatisfed man: behavioral traps and the course pursuit between aspirations capabilities and beliefs
    Antoine Soubeyran*, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Vadym Lepetyuk
  • Revisiting Ellsberg’s examples: an experimental elicitation of  recursive models
    Olivier L'Haridon*, Université Rennes 1, GregHec
    Antoine Nebout, Lameta, Greg-HEC
    Mohammed Abdellaoui, CNRS, Greg-HEC
    Discussant: Antoine Soubeyran
  • Popular support for rank-dependent social evaluation functions
    Rafael Salas*, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Juan Gabriel Rodriguez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Discussant: Olivier L'Haridon

Site Venue: Fac Colbert

  • 12.45 > 2.30 pmLunch break
  • 2:30 > 4.00 pmParallel Sessions B1-B7

Session B1 Aggregate instability (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 102   Chair: Patrick Pintus

  • The environmental Kuznets curve and equilibrium indeterminacy
    Rafaela Perez*, Complutense University of Madrid
    Esther Fernández, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Jesús Ruiz, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Discussant: Emeline Bezin
  • Evolution of environmental concern and the dynamics of pollution
    Emeline Bezin*, INRA
    Discussant: Rafaela Perez
  • Rational bubbles and macroeconomic fluctuations: the (de-)stabilizing role of monetary policy
    Lise Clain-Chamosset*, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Thomas Seegmuller, CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: N. Abad

Session B2 Capital taxation  (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 101   Chair: Martin Simmler

  • Inheritance as a disincentive to labor effort
    Elin Halvorsen*, Statistics Norway
    Thor Thoresen, Statistics Norway
    Erlend Bø, Statistics Norway
    Discussant: Hermann Buslei
  • The impact of introducing an interest barrier  Evidence from the german corporation tax reform 2008
    Hermann Buslei*, DIW Berlin
    Martin Simmler, DIW Berlin
    Discussant: Elin Halvorsen

Session B3 Regulation of health (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 103   Chair: Bruno Ventelou

  • In absolute or relative terms? How framing prices affects the consumer price sensitivity of health plan choice
    Nicolas Ziebarth*, Cornell University, PAM
    Hendrik Schmitz, University Duisburg-Essen, RWI
    Discussant: Jean-Marie Lozachmeur
  • Public and private hospitals, waiting times, and redistribution
    Chiara Canta*, Université Catholique de Louvain, CORE
    Marie-Louise Leroux, ESG-UQAM
    Discussant: Nicolas Ziebarth
  • Entry of new drugs, optimal insurance coverage and reference pricing regulation
    Jean-Marie Lozachmeur*, CNRS, Toulouse School of Economics
    Bruno Jullien, Toulouse School of Economics
    David Bardey, University of Rosario, Toulouse School of Economics
    Discussant: Marie-Louise Leroux

Session B4 Economic development (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 104   Chair: Gilles Dufrénot

  • Government restrictions for land and permits:  firm-level evidence on obstacles to economic development in transition countries
    John Anderson*, University of Nebraska
    Discussant: Luke Haywood
  • Entrepreneurship versus joblessness: explaining the rise in self-employment
    Luke Haywood*, Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, Paris School of Economics
    Paolo Falco, Oxford University
    Discussant: John Anderson

Session B5 Experimental economics (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 105   Chair: To be announced

  • On attitude towards choice: some experimental evidence of choice aversion
    Benoît Tarroux*, Université de Rennes, CREM
    Fabrice Le Lec, Université Catholique de Lille, LEM
    Discussant: Sebastian Bervoets
  • Intermittent sanctions and cooperation in a public good game
    Zhixin Dai*, University Lyon 2, GATE
    Marie Claire Villeval, GATE
    Robin Hogarth, ICREA, Barcelona
    Discussant: Benoît Tarroux

Session B6 Discrimination (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 106   Chair: Cécilia Garcia Penalosa

  • Can political reservations affect political equilibria in the long-term? Evidence from local elections in rural India
    Hari Nagarajan*, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi
    Songqing Jin, Michigan State University
    Klaus Deininger, World Bank
    Discussant: Clémence Berson
  • Does competition induce hiring equity?
    Clémence Berson*, Paris School of Economics
    Discussant: Hari Nagarajan

Session B7 Fiscal decentralization 1 (Monday June 18, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 201   Chair: Frédéric Rychen

  • Monitoring and fiscal adjustment: the norwegian list of shame
    Arnt Ove Hopland*, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Discussant: Lars-Erik Borge
  • Partial fiscal decentralization and public-sector heterogeneity
    Lars-Erik Borge*, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Jan Brueckner, University of California
    Jorn Rattso, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Discussant: Norman Gemmell
  • 4:00 > 4.30 pmCoffee break
  • 4.30 > 6.00 pmParallel Sessions C1-C6

Session C1 Capital taxation and financial structure (Monday June 18, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 102   Chair: Mohamed Belhaj

  • Differential taxation and firms' financial leverage – Evidence from the introduction of a flat tax on interest income
    Frank Fossen*, Freie Universität Berlin and DIW Berlin
    Martin Simmler, DIW Berlin
    Discussant: Mohamed Belhaj
  • Taxation and corporate choices in credit markets with asymmetric information
    Francesco Cohen*, University of Brescia
    Alessandro Fedele, University of Brescia
    Paolo Panteghini, University of Brescia, CESifo
    Discussant: Frank Fossen
  • How do taxes affect investment when firms face financial constraints?
    Martin Simmler*, DIW Berlin
    Discussant: Francesco Cohen

Session C2 Production of science and research (Monday June 18, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 101   Chair: Pierre-Philippe Combes

  • Paradigm shift
    Habib Dogguy*, Université Paris 13
    Damien Besancenot, Université Paris 13
    Discussant: Nicolas Carayol
  • Dominance relations when both quantity and quality matter and applications, to the comparison of US research universities and worldwide top departments in economics
    Nicolas Carayol*, Université de Bordeaux, Gretha
    Agenor Lahatte, Observatoire des Sciences et Techniques
    Discussant: Patrick Moyes

Session C3 Fiscal decentralization 2 (Monday June 18, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 103   Chair: Frédéric Rychen

  • Legislative term limits and state aid to local governments
    Mehmet Tosun*, University of Nevada
    William Lewis, Duquesne University
    Pavel Yakovlev, Duquesne University
    Discussant: Giacomo Ponzetto
  • Efficient centralization: political accountability and regional disparities
    Giacomo Ponzetto*, CREI, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and Barcelona GSE
    Amedeo Piolatto, IEB, Unversitat de Barcelona
    Federico Boffa, IEB and Università di Macerata
    Discussant: Mehmet Tosun

Session C4 Free riding (Monday June 18, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 104   Chair: Zhixin Dai

  • Sequential teamwork in competitive environments: theory and evidence from swimming data
    Matteo Richiardi*, University of Turin
    Michael Neugart, Darmstadt Technical University
    Discussant: Stefan Behringer
  • Unilateral actions and environmental agreements
    Aurélie Slechten*, Ecares, Université Libre de Bruxelles
    Discussant: Matteo Richiardi
  • Direct provision of public goods with many agents
    Stefan Behringer*, Universität Heidelberg
    Discussant: Aurélie Slechten

Session C5 Growth 1 (Monday June 18, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 105   Chair: Thomas Seegmuller

  • Distortionary taxes and public investment in a model of investment specific technological change
    Chetan Ghate*, Indian Statistical Institute
    Pawan Gopalakrishnan, Indian Statistical Institute
    Monisankar Bishnu, Indian Statistical Institute
    Discussant: Noritaka Maebayashi
  • Dynamic analysis of reducing public debts in an endogenous growth model with public capital
    Noritaka Maebayashi*, Osaka University
    Takeo Hori, Aoyama Gakuin University
    Koichi Futagami, Osaka University
    Discussant: Chetan Ghate

Session C6 Optimal income taxation 1 (Monday June 18, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 106   Chair: Etienne Lehman

  • Signing distortions in optimal tax and other adverse selection problems with random participation
    Etienne Lehmann*, CREST-INSEE
    Bruno Van Der Linden, Université Catholique de Louvain, IRES, FNRS
    Laurence Jacquet, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA
    Discussant: Volker Meier
  • Optimal income taxation with frictional unemployment and loss of human capital
    Louis Perrault*, Queen's University
    Discussant: Etienne Lehmann
  • Do mobile pensioners threaten the deferred taxation of savings?
    Volker Meier*, University of Munich
    Andreas Wagener, University of Hannover
    Discussant: Louis Perrault

6.15 > 7.15 pm#3 AMSE Globalization Lecture

Pol Antras, Harvard University Department of Economics : “Contracts and the Global Organization of Production”

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Site Venue: Fac Canebière

  • 8.30 > 9.00 amWelcoming coffee
  • 9.00 > 11.00 amParallel Sessions D1-D8

Session D1 Health 1 (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Amphithéâtre Jourdan   Chair: Stéphane Luchini

  • Political electoral cycles and evolution of italian health care system financing
    Fabio Fiorillo*, Università Politecnica delle Marche (Ancona)
    Stefano Lucarelli, Università di Bergamo
    Discussant: Pauline Ricci
  • Willingness to pay and QALYs: what can we learn about valuing foodborne risk?
    Henrik Andersson*, Toulouse School of Economics
    Kristian Sundström, AgriFood Economics Centre
    James Hamitt, Harvard University
    Discussant: Fabio Fiorillo
  • What doesn't kill you makes you stronger? The impact of the 1918 spanish flu epidemic on economic performance in Sweden
    Therese Nilsson*, Lund University
    Stefan Pichler, Technische Universität Darmstadt
    Martin Karlsson, Technische Universität Darmstadt
    Discussant: Henrik Andersson
  • How are inpatient expenditures of very old people decreasing ? An investigation on French data
    Pauline Ricci*, Université Paris Dauphine
    Hélène Huber, Paris 1 Panthéon‐Sorbonne University, Paris School of Economics
    Brigitte Dormont, Université Paris-Dauphine, LEGOS
    Discussant: Therese Nilsson

Session D2 Network industry (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 112   Chair: Marc Ivaldi

  • Governance of public broadcasters and television consumption
    Christine Benesch*, University of St. Gallen
    Discussant: Yves Francis Odia Ndongo
  • Marginal Costs of Public Funds from Regulation
    Yves Francis Odia Ndongo*, École nationale d'administration publique, Québec
    Discussant: E. Lapointe

Session D3 Multidimensional poverty and inequality (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 113   Chair: Patrick Moyes

  • Ordinal utility subjective poverty line and equivalent scales
    Rafael Salas*, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Andrew Grodner, East Carolina University
    Discussant: Koen Decancq
  • Social welfare comparisons with fourth-order utility derivatives
    Christophe Müller*, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Rafael Salas
  • Multidimensional poverty measurement: Should we take preferences into account?
    Koen Decancq*, Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp
    François Maniquet, Université Catholique de Louvain, CORE
    Marc Fleurbaey, Princeton University
    Discussant: Christophe Muller

Session D4 Migrations (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 114   Chair: Bruno Decreuse

  • Remittances and incentive to migrate: An epidemic approach of migration
    Claire Naiditch*, University of Lille 1, EQUIPPE
    Agnes Tomini, University of Lille 1, EQUIPPE
    Christian Lakhdar, Université Catholique de Lille, LEM
    Discussant: Jesus Fernandez-Huertas Moraga
  • Tradable immigration quotas
    Jesus Fernandez-Huertas Moraga*, Institute of Economic Analysis, Barcelona
    Hillel Rapoport, Bar-Ilan University, EQUIPPE
    Discussant: Gabin Langevin
  • National identity and migrants' assimilation in France
    Gabin Langevin*, Université de Rennes 1
    Pascaline Vincent, Université de Rennes 1
    Discussant: Morgane Laouenan
  • Preferences for redistribution among emigrants from a welfare state 1
    Ilpo Kauppinen*, University of Munich, Ifo Institute
    Panu Poutvaara, University of Munich, Ifo Institute
    Discussant: Claire Naiditch

Session D5 Management of imperfectly renewable resources (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 115   Chair: Hubert Stahn

  • Sharing water from many rivers
    Lionel Richefort*, Université de Nantes, LEMNA
    Yann Rébillé, Université de Nantes, LEMNA
    Discussant: Julien Daubanes
  • The Willingness to Save and the distribution of income: an empirical analysis on energy saving and its determinants
    Gionata Castaldi*, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
    Mariangela Zoli, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
    Discussant: Lionel Richefort
  • Optimal harvesting of a spatial renewable resource
    Stefan Behringer*, Universität Heidelberg
    Thorsten Upmann, University of Bielefeld
    Discussant: Gionata Castaldi
  • Optimum tariffs and exhaustible resources: theory and evidence for gasoline
    Julien Daubanes*, ETH Zurich
    Lisa Leinert, ETHZ, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich
    Discussant: Stefan Behringer

Session D6 Asymetric information (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 116   Chair: Dominique Henriet

  • Genetic testing with primary prevention and moral hazard
    Philippe De Donder*, Toulouse School of Economics
    David Bardey, University of Rosario, Toulouse School of Economics
    Discussant: Francesca Barigozzi
  • The looking-glass self effect on the microcredit market: theory and evidence from a french MFI
    Renaud Bourles*, Ecole Centrale Marseille, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Dominique Henriet, Ecole Centrale Marseille, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Xavier Joutard, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Anastasia Cozarenco, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Philippe De Donder
  • Bidimensional screening in a vocation-based labor market
    Francesca Barigozzi*, University of Bologna
    Nadia Burani, University of Bologna
    Discussant: Renaud Bourles
  • Bank capital requirements for large risks: the agency problem matters!
    Nataliya Klimenko*, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Ruben Hernandez

Session D7 Political competition (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 309   Chair: Geoffrey Brennan

  • A model of endogenous property rights in a democracy
    Georgi Boichev*, Simon Fraser University
    Discussant: Alessandro Fedele
  • Moonlighting politicians: motivation matters!
    Alessandro Fedele*, University of Brescia
    Paolo Naticchioni, University of Cassino
    Discussant: Georgi Boichev

Session D8 Post-secondary education (Tuesday June 19, 09:00 AM-11:00 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 310   Chair: Alain Trannoy

  • The (forthcoming?) emergence of for-profit higher education institutions
    Julien Jacqmin*, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis
    Discussant: Piotr Spiewanowski
  • Beliefs, capacity constraints and voluntary education decisions
    Piotr Spiewanowski*, European University Institute
    Discussant: M. Hil
  • The expansion of the higher education sector: a tale of two regions
    Marisa Hidalgo*, Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Guadalupe Valera, Universidad Pablo de olavide
    Discussant: Julien Jacqmin
  • 11.00 > 11.30 amCoffee break
  • 11.30 > 12.30 amKeynote Lecture 2

Armin Falk, University of Bonn

Site Venue: Fac Colbert

  • 12.30 > 2.30 pmLunch break
  • 2.30 > 4.00 pmParallel Sessions E1-E8

Session E1 Voting 1 (Tuesday June 19, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 101   Chair: Philippe De Donder

  • Voting on road congestion policy
    Antonio Russo*, Toulouse School of Economics
    Discussant: Sebastian Bervoets
  • Pandering, faith, and electoral competition
    Gabriele Gratton*, University of New South Wales
    Discussant: Antonio Russo
  • Can we Avoid (and Should we Avoid) Vote Swapping in Representative Democracies?
    Sebastian Bervoets*, CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Vincent Merlin, Université de Caen
    Discussant: Gabriele Gratton

Session E2 Young and old on the labour market (Tuesday June 19, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 103   Chair: Xavier Joutard

  • A scarred generation? French evidence on young people entering into tough labour market
    Augustin Vicard*, Insee, Paris School of Economics
    Mathilde Gaini, INSEE, CREST
    Aude Leduc, INSEE
    Discussant: David Gray
  • School as a shelter? School leavingage and the business cycle in France
    Aude Leduc*, INSEE
    Augustin Vicard, Insee, Paris School of Economics
    Mathilde Gaini, INSEE, CREST
    Discussant: Stephen Bazen
  • How do older displaced workers get by: re-employment, early retirement, or disability benefits?
    David Gray*, University of Ottawa
    Ross Finnie, University of Ottawa
    Discussant: Aude Leduc

Session E3 Tax evasion 1 (Tuesday June 19, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 104   Chair: Gabriel Zucman

  • Solving the Yitzhaki paradoxe: income tax evasion and reference dependence under cumulative prospect theory
    Gwenola Trotin*, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Gabriel Zucman
  • The end of bank secrecy? An evaluation of the G20 tax haven crackdown
    Gabriel Zucman*, Paris School of Economics
    Niels Johannesen, University of Copenhagen
    Discussant: Raluca Pavel
  • Tax Evasion and Retroactivity with Statute of Limitations
    Raluca Pavel*, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Jean-Cristophe Poudou, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Marc Willinger, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Discussant: Gwenola Trotin

Session E4 Procurement 1 (Tuesday June 19, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 107   Chair: Vanessa Valero

  • Dual sourcing under risky public procurement
    Vanessa Valéro*, Toulouse School of Economics, LAMETA
    Discussant: Michel Mandy
  • Home biased procurement, comparative advantage and wage inequality
    Michel Mandy*, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Discussant: Vanessa Valéro

Session E5 Pensions (Tuesday June 19, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 201   Chair: Helmuth Crémer

  • Self-Control, Commitment and the Redistributive Role of Public Pensions
    Jean-Denis Garon*, Queen's University
    Discussant: Tim Worrall
  • Time Inconsistency and Retirement Choice
    T. Scott Findley*, Utah State University
    Frank Caliendo, Utah State University
    Discussant: Jean-Denis Garon
  • Self-enforcing intergenerational risk-sharing
    Alessia Russo*, University of Modena and Reggio-Emilia
    Tim Worrall, University of Edinburgh
    Francesco Lancia, University of Vienna
    Discussant: T. Scott Findley

Session E6 Income taxation (Tuesday June 19, 02:30 PM-04:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 202   Chair: Clément Carbonnier

  • Marginal deadweight loss when the income tax is nonlinear
    Laurent Simula*, Uppsala University
    Sören Blomquist, Uppsala University
    Discussant: Clément Carbonnier
  • Revenue-maximising elasticities of taxable income in multirate income tax structures
    Norman Gemmell*, Victoria University of Wellington, University of Nottingham
    John Creedy, University of Melbourne
    Discussant: Laurent Simula
  • Do savers respond to tax incentives? The case of retirement savings
    Clément Carbonnier*, University of Cergy-Pontoise
    Ihssane Slimani Houti, DG Trésor
    Alexis Direr, Laboratoire d'Economie d'Orléans, Paris School of Economics
    Discussant: Norman Gemmell
  • 4.00 > 4.30 pmCoffee break
  • 4.30 > 6.00 pmParallel Sessions F1-F5

Session F1 Environmental regulation 2 (Tuesday June 19, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 103   Chair: Olivier Chanel

  • The political sustainability of Germany’s environmental tax rate
    Kerstin Roeder*, LMU, Munich
    Wolfgang Habla, University of Munich, University of Bern
    Discussant: Julien Daubanes
  • National taxation in international permit markets: efficiency-inducing permits allocation
    Julien Daubanes*, ETH Zurich
    Pierre Lasserre, UQAM
    Discussant: Kerstin Roeder

Session F2 Tax evasion 2 (Tuesday June 19, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 104   Chair: Marco Maffezzoli

  • Tax evasion under market incompleteness
    Marco Maffezzoli*, Università Bocconi
    Discussant: Behnud Mir Djawadi
  • The Impact of Tax Knowledge and Budget Spending Influence on Tax Compliance
    Behnud Mir Djawadi*, University of Paderborn
    René Fahr, University of Paderborn
    Discussant: Marco Maffezzoli

Session F3 Growth 2 (Tuesday June 19, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 106   Chair: Alain Venditti

  • Self-financing of fiscal measures in the EU-simulation-based analysis using the quest model with endogenous growth
    Francesca D'Auria*, European Commission
    Discussant: A. Le Riche
  • Status-seeking and economic growth : the Barro's model revisited
    Thi Kim Cuong Pham*, Université de Strasbourg, BETA
    Discussant: Francesca D'Auria
  • Productivity growth and volatility: how important are wage and price rigidities?
    Alessandra Pelloni*, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
    Barbara Annicchiarico, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
    Discussant: Thi Kim Cuong Pham

Session F4 Quality of governments (Tuesday June 19, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 105   Chair: Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky

  • Optimal extortion and political risk insurance
    Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky*, Paris School of Economics
    Frédéric Koessler, Paris School of Economics
    Discussant: Piergiuseppe Fortunato
  • Democracy, education and the quality of government
    Piergiuseppe Fortunato*, UNCTAD
    Ugo Panizza, UNCTAD, HEID
    Discussant: Sebastian Garmann
  • Do coalitions really cause larger government expenditures? Evidence from a regression discontinuity design
    Sebastian Garmann*, TU Dortmund, Ruhr Graduate School in Economics
    Discussant: Ariane Lambert Mogiliansky

Session F5 Program evaluation (Tuesday June 19, 04:30 PM-06:00 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 106   Chair: Julie Hotchkiss

  • Long term effect of public subsidies on start-ups survival and economic performance. An empirical study with french data
    Dominique Redor*, Université Paris-Est
    Lionel Désiage, Université Paris-Est
    Richard Duhautois, Université Paris-Est
    Discussant: Robert Moore
  • Police and clearance rates: evidence from quasi-random redeployment within a city
    Giovanni Mastrobuoni*, Collegio Carlo Alberto
    Discussant: Dominique Redor
  • Assessing the welfare impact of tax reform: a case study of the 2001 U.S. tax cut
    Julie Hotchkiss*, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Georgia State University
    Robert Moore, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Georgia State University
    Fernando Rios-Avila, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Georgia State University
    Discussant: Giovanni Mastrobuoni
  • 8.00 pmGala Dinner

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Site Venue: Fac Canebière

  • 8.30 > 9.00 amWelcoming coffee
  • 9.00 > 10.30 amParallel Sessions G1-G7

Session G1 Voting 2 (Wednesday June 20, 09:00 AM-10:30 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Amphithéâtre Jourdan   Chair: Sebastian Bervoets

  • On removing Condorcet effects from pairwise elections data
    Sunanda Roy*, Iowa State University
    Abhijit Chandra, Iowa State University
    Discussant: Nobuyuki Hanaki
  • A note on a weighted voting experiment:  human mistakes in cooperative games
    Nobuyuki Hanaki*, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Xiaoyan Lu, EHESS, AMSE
    Gabriele Esposito, EHESS, AMSE
    Naoki Watanabe, Aix-Marseille Université
    Discussant: Sunanda Roy

Session G2 Urban economics (Wednesday June 20, 09:00 AM-10:30 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 112   Chair: Fabien Moizeau

  • Assessing the evidence on neighborhood effects from moving to opportunity
    Dionissi Aliprantis*, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
    Discussant: Eugenio Peluso
  • The impact of urban enterprise zones on establishment location decisions evidence from french ZFUs
    Loriane Py*, Banque de France
    Florian Mayneris, Université catholique de Louvain, IRES, CORE
    Thierry Mayer, Sciences-Po, CEPII, CEPR
    Discussant: L. Delattre
  • Equity in the city:   on measuring urban (ine)quality of life
    Eugenio Peluso*, University of Verona
    Marco Brambilla, DEFAP, Catholic University of Milan
    Alessandra Michelangeli, DSGE, University of Milan-Bicocca
    Discussant: Dionissi Aliprantis

Session G3 Regulation of externalities (Wednesday June 20, 09:00 AM-10:30 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 113   Chair: Laura Grant

  • Strategic responses to thirdparty ratings: theory and evidence from charities
    Laura Grant*, University of Wisconsin
    Discussant: Fabrice Etilé
  • Mandatory labeling vs. fat tax: An empirical evaluation of fat policies in the French fromage blanc and yogurt market
    Fabrice Etilé*, Paris School of Economics
    Olivier Allais, INRA-ALISS
    Sébastien Lecocq, INRA-ALISS
    Discussant: Laura Grant

Session G4 Measurement of inequality and segregation (Wednesday June 20, 09:00 AM-10:30 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 114   Chair: Patrick Moyes

  • Proposing indicators to measure achievement and shortfall inequality consistently
    Casilda Lasso De La Vega*, University of the Basque Country
    Oihana Aristondo, University of the Basque Country
    Discussant: Francesco Andreoli
  • The Measurement of Multi-group Dissimilarity and Related Orders
    Francesco Andreoli*, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA, University of Verona
    Claudio Zoli, University of Verona
    Discussant: Pauline Mornet
  • Weakly decomposable and unit-consistent inequality measures: Characterizations of two-parameter families of Gini indices
    Pauline Mornet*, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Stéphane Mussard, Université Montpellier 1, LAMETA
    Discussant: Casilda Lasso De La Vega

Session G5 Networks (Wednesday June 20, 09:00 AM-10:30 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 115   Chair: Yann Bramoullé

  • Peer effects in young adults' marital decisions
    Effrosyni Adamopoulou*, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
    Discussant: Simone Bertoli
  • Visa policies, networks and the cliff at the border
    Simone Bertoli*, University of Auvergne, Cerdi
    Jesus Fernandez-Huertas Moraga, Institute of Economic Analysis, Barcelona
    Discussant: Effrosyni Adamopoulou

Session G6 Optimal income taxation 2 (Wednesday June 20, 09:00 AM-10:30 AM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 309   Chair: Helmuth Crémer

  • Optimal taxation and occupational choice: the redistributive role of production inefficiencies
    Renato Gomes*, Toulouse School of Economics
    Alessandro Pavan, Northwestern UNIVERSITY
    Jean-Marie Lozachmeur, CNRS, Toulouse School of Economics
    Discussant: Fanny Henriet
  • Optimal taxation in the Uzawa-Lucas model with externality in human capital
    Jana Hromcová*, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
    Miguel-Ángel López-García, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
    Arantza Gorostiaga, Universida del País Vasco
    Discussant: Renato Gomes
  • Optimal taxation of polluting goods… and also clean ones
    Fanny Henriet*, Paris School of Economics, Banque de France
    Discussant: Jana Hromcová
  • 10.30 > 11.00 amCoffee break
  • 11.00 > 12.30 amParallel Sessions H1-H6

Session H1 Fiscal federalism (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Amphithéâtre Jourdan   Chair: Audun Langørgen

  • A structural approach for analyzing fiscal equalization
    Audun Langørgen*, Statistics Norway
    Discussant: Jens Dietrichson
  • The efficiency of local public service production: the impact of size and institutions
    Annette Illy*, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
    Lukas Schreier, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
    Peter Haug, Halle Institute for Economic Research
    Peter Bönisch, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
    Discussant: Audun Langørgen
  • Assist or desist? Intergovernmental grants, conditional bailouts, and the soft budget constraint
    Jens Dietrichson*, Lund University
    Lina Ellegård, Lund University
    Discussant: Annette Illy

Session H2 Health 2 (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 112   Chair: Alain Paraponaris

  • Quality of service and cost-efficiency of french nursing homes
    Cécile Martin*, Université Paris-dauphine
    Brigitte Dormont, Université Paris-Dauphine, LEGOS
    Discussant: Sophie Guthmuller
  • Impact of a free means-tested complementary health insurance on doctor visits: a regression discontinuity analysis
    Sophie Guthmuller*, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDa-LEGOS
    Jérôme Wittwer, PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDa-LEGOS
    Discussant: Cécile Martin

Session H3 Housing prices (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 113   Chair: Pierre Henri Bono

  • Industrial risks and housing prices
    Céline Grislain-Letrémy*, CREST-INSEE, University Paris-Dauphine
    Arthur Katossky, EHESS and French Ministry of Ecology
    Discussant: Tristan-Pierre Maury
  • Ordinal housing quality and nonlinear pricing
    Luis Quintero*, Carnegie Mellon University
    Holger Sieg, University of Pennsylvania
    Dennis Epple, Tepper School of Business
    Discussant: Céline Grislain-Letrémy
  • Empowerment zones and the housing market: the french case
    Tristan-Pierre Maury*, EDHEC Business School
    Stephane Gregoir, EDHEC Business School
    Discussant: Luis Quintero

Session H4 Human passions  (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 114   Chair: Carine Nourry

  • The role of passionate individuals in economic development
    Roman Zakharenko*, NRU Higher School of Economics
    Discussant: Markus Haavio
  • Sin licenses revisited
    Markus Haavio*, Bank of Finland
    Kaisa Kotakorpi, University of Tampere
    Discussant: Oliver Himmler
  • Self esteem and task performance Evidence from educational outcomes
    Oliver Himmler*, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
    Tobias Koenig, Hannover University
    Discussant: Roman Zakharenko

Session H5 Normative foundation of public intervention (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 115   Chair: Nicolas Gravel

  • Equalization of opportunity: definitions and implementable conditions
    Francesco Andreoli*, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA, University of Verona
    Arnaud Lefranc, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA
    Discussant: Marc Fleurbaey
  • Talents, preferences and social welfare
    Patrick Moyes*, Université de Bordeaux, GREThA
    Udo Ebert, Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre
    Discussant: Francesco Andreoli
  • Behavioral Welfare Economics and Redistribution
    Marc Fleurbaey*, Princeton University
    Erik Schokkaert, KU Leuven
    Discussant: Nicolas Gravel

Session H6 Environmental regulation 1 (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 116   Chair: Dominique Ami

  • Thick as particulate soup
    Zachary Brown*, Duke Global Health Institute
    Jerome Silva, OECD, Environment Directorate
    Discussant: Amélie Mauroux
  • Le crédit d’impôt dédié au développement durable : une évaluation économétrique
    Amélie Mauroux*, INSEE, CREST
    Discussant: Estelle Gozlan
  • The trade-redistribution-pollution nexus in a general equilibrium framework
    Estelle Gozlan*, INRA AgroParisTech, UMR 210 Economie Publique, Paris
    Philippe Bontems, Toulouse School of Economics
    Discussant: Zachary Brown

Session H7 Regulation of the financial sector (Wednesday June 20, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM)

Fac Canebiere  Room 309   Chair: Ruben Hernandez

  • Did affordable housing legislation contribute to the subprime securities boom ?
    Ruben Hernandez*, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
    Michael Owyang, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
    Andra Ghent, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College/CUNY
    Discussant: Afrasiab Mirza
  • Illiquidity, fire-sales and capital structure
    Afrasiab Mirza*, Queen's University
    Discussant: Ruben Hernandez

Site Venue: Fac Colbert

  • 12.15 > 2.00 pmLunch break
  • 2.00 > 3.30 pmParallel Sessions I1-I8

Session I1 Labour markets (Wednesday June 20, 02:00 PM-03:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 103   Chair: Charlotte Cabane

  • Unemployment benefits: Is only that they reduce re-employment probabilities? An analysis using spanish data
    Yolanda Rebollo*, Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Jose García-Pérez, Universidad Pablo de Olavide
    Discussant: Charlotte Cabane
  • Childhood sporting activities and adult labour-market outcomes
    Charlotte Cabane*, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
    Andrew Clark, Paris School of Economics
    Discussant: Yolanda Rebollo

Session I2 Law and economics (Wednesday June 20, 02:00 PM-03:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 104   Chair: Tanguy Van Ypersele

  • Pretrial negotiation and the standard of proof
    Edwige Marion*, University Paris Panthéon Assas, ERMES
    Discussant: Adriana Di Liberto
  • Past dominations, current institutions and the italian regional economic performance
    Adriana Di Liberto*, Università di Cagliari
    Marco Sideri, Università di Cagliari, CRENoS
    Discussant: Edwige Marion

Session I3 Local public economics and land price (Wednesday June 20, 02:00 PM-03:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 105   Chair: Nicolas Gravel

  • The segregative properties of endogenous jurisdiction formation with a land market
    Nicolas Gravel*, AMU, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Rémy Oddou, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
    Discussant: Fabien Moizeau
  • Endogenous income distribution and optimal taxation in economies with a local public good
    Fabien Moizeau*, University Rennes 1, CREM
    David Bardey, University of Rosario, Toulouse School of Economics
    Fernando Jaramillo, University of Rosario
    Discussant: Nicolas Gravel

Session I4 Long time care (Wednesday June 20, 02:00 PM-03:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Amphi A   Chair: Helmuth Crémer

  • Long term care insurance and family norms
    Chiara Canta*, Université Catholique de Louvain, CORE
    Pierre Pestieau, University of Liège, Paris School of Economics
    Discussant: Helmuth Cremer
  • Long-term care policy, myopia and redistribution
    Helmuth Cremer*, Toulouse School of Economics
    Kerstin Roeder, LMU, Munich
    Discussant: Johann Brunner
  • The bequest tax as long-term care insurance
    Johann Brunner*, Johannes Kepler University Linz
    Discussant: Chiara Canta

Session I5 Imperfect competition (Wednesday June 20, 02:00 PM-03:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 106   Chair: Saraly Andrade De Sá

  • Limit-pricing oil monopolies when demand is inelastic, resource taxation and substitutes subsidies
    Saraly Andrade De Sá*, ETH Zurich
    Ujjayant Chakravorty, University of Alberta
    Julien Daubanes, ETH Zurich
    Discussant: Gordon Klein
  • Enforcement of European Competition Policy Impact on Competition and Efficiency
    Gordon Klein*, Heinreich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
    Andrea Guenster, ETH Zurich
    Discussant: Saraly Andrade De Sá
  • 3.30 > 4.00 pmCoffee break
  • 4.00 > 5.30 pmParallel Sessions J1-J7

Session J1 Tax competition (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Amphi A   Chair: Marcel Gérard

  • Illegal immigration and fiscal competition
    Subhayu Bandyopadhyay*, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
    Santiago Pinto, West Virginia University
    Discussant: Marcel Gerard
  • Tax interaction among Walloon Municipalities: is there room for yardstick competition, intellectual trend and partisan monopoly effect?
    Marcel Gerard*, Université catholique de Louvain, FUCaM, CESifo
    Laurent Van Malderen, Université catholique de Louvain
    Discussant: Subhayu Bandyopadhyay

Session J2 Procurement 2 (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 101   Chair: Michel Mandy

  • Security bid auctions for agency contracts
    Byoung Heon Jun*, Korea University
    Elmar Wolfstetter, Humboldt University at Berlin
    Discussant: Elena Podkolzina
  • Blacklisting in Russian public procurement: how it doesn't work
    Elena Podkolzina*, National Research University Higher School of Economics
    Tatyana Voytova, National Research University Higher School of Economics
    Discussant: Byoung Heon Jun

Session J3 Games and Networks (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 103   Chair: Yann Bramoullé

  • Getting the right spin: a theory of optimal viral marketing
    Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant*, Queen's University
    Discussant: Frédéric Deroïan
  • Network Design under Local Complementarities
    Frédéric Deroïan*, CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Sebastian Bervoets, CNRS, Aix-Marseille School of Economics
    Mohamed Belhaj, Ecole Centrale Marseille
    Discussant: Pierre Courtois
  • How to play games? Nash versus Berge behaviour rules
    Pierre Courtois*, INRA-LAMETA
    Rabia Nessah, IESEG, LEM
    Tarik Tazdaït, CNRS-EHESS, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, CIRED
    Discussant: Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant

Session J4 Measurement of subjective well-being (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 104   Chair: Michel Lubrano

  • A dimming of the ‘warm glow’? Are non-profit workers in the UK still more satisfied with their jobs than other workers?
    Chiara Paola Donegani*, Catholic University of Milan
    Stephen McKay, University of Birmingham
    Domenico Moro, University of Birmingham
    Discussant: Maarten Vendrik
  • Misery loves company: exogenous shocks in retirement expectations and social comparison effects on subjective well-being
    Raymond Montizaan*, ROA, SBE, Maastricht University
    Maarten Vendrik, Maastricht University
    Discussant: Chiara Paola Donegani

Session J5 Labour supply (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 105   Chair: Krishna Pendakur

  • Unemployment duration and sport participation: evidence from Germany
    Charlotte Cabane*, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
    Discussant: Helmut Rainer
  • Domestic abuse: instrumental violence and economic incentives
    Helmut Rainer*, University of Munich, CESifo, Ifo Institute
    Dan Anderberg, Royal Holloway University of London, IFS
    Discussant: Charlotte Cabane

Session J6 International integration (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 106   Chair: Federico Trionfetti

  • Economic integration in a risky environment: labor market participation and education decisions
    Benjamin Protte*, University of Mannheim
    Eckhard Janeba, University of Mannheim, CESifo, ZEW
    Discussant: Ahmad Zubaidi Baharumshah
  • Absorptive capacity and foreign direct investment spillovers: evidence from threshold regression
    Ahmad Zubaidi Baharumshah*, Universiti Putra Malaysia
    Ly Slesman, Universiti Putra Malaysia
    Discussant: Hubert Kempf
  • Defaulting on sovereign debt: a macroeconomic analysis
    Hubert Kempf*, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris School of Economics
    Michel Guillard, Université d'Evry val d'Essonne
    Discussant: Benjamin Protte

Session J7 Firms creation (Wednesday June 20, 04:00 PM-05:30 PM)

Fac Colbert Room 107   Chair: Patricia Augier

  • Tax neutrality: illusion or reality? The case of entrepreneurship
    Vesa Kanniainen*, University of Helsinki
    Paolo Panteghini, University of Brescia, CESifo
    Discussant: Erik Fjærli
  • Entrepreneurs’ initial wealth, start-up size and growth
    Erik Fjærli*, Statistics Norway
    Diana-Cristina Iancu, Statistics Norway
    Discussant: Vesa Kanniainen

Détails des sessions parallèles :
http://www.vcharite.univ-mrs.fr/ocs/index.php/LAGV11/LAGV11/schedConf/program

Lieux

  • 110-114 La Canebière
    Marseille, France

Dates

  • lundi 18 juin 2012
  • mardi 19 juin 2012
  • mercredi 20 juin 2012

Fichiers attachés

Contacts

  • Yves Doazan
    courriel : yves [dot] doazan [at] univ-amu [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Carole Maillard
    courriel : carole [dot] maillard [at] univ-amu [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Onzièmes journées Louis-André Gérard-Varet », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 13 juin 2012, http://calenda.org/208968