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2010-2011; 2012-2013; 2013-2014

Lunch Seminars in Economics and Management 2011-2012

Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi, University of Mannheim

What is in a Name? Mutual Fund Flows When Managers have Foreign-Sounding Names

Suzana Peralta, Nova School of Business and Economics, Lisbon

Decentralization and the quality of the politicians: The political economy of task complexity and candidate selection

Luca Pensieroso, University of Louvain

Agriculture to Industry: the End of the Patriarchal Family

Oded Galor, Brown University

The "Out of Africa" Hypothesis, Human Genetic Diversity, and Comparative Economic Development

Myrna Wooders, Vanderbilt University

A Strategic Market Game Approach for the Private Provision of Public Goods, with Marta Faias, Emma Moreno-García

Daniel S. Hamermesh, University of Texas at Austin

Beauty is the promise of happiness?

Dominique M. Gross, Simon Fraser University

Is immigration Policy enough to Lure Brains? The Tale of Two Small Economies against the United States' Magnet Effect

Mikael Priks, University of Stockholm

Public Order, private Payments

Cecilia Vergari, Università di Bologna

Bargaining and delay in patent licensing with A.Mauleon & V. Vannetelbosch

Céline Poilly, University of Lausanne

On the Recovery Path during a Liquidity Trap: Do Financial Frictions Matter for Fiscal Multipliers? joint with J. Carrillo

Giacomo Calzolari, University of Bologna

Competition with exclusive contracts and market share discounts

Nelly Exbrayat, University of St Etienne

Trade integration and business tax differentials: theory and evidence from OECD countries, joint with Benny Geys

Jan Bouckaert, University of Antwerp

The failing firm defense in declining markets

Hippolyte d'Albis, University Paris 1

Welfare gains from illiquid annuities, joint with Johanne Etner

Marie-Laure Breuillé, INRA-ENESAD

Inter-municipal cooperation: Which fiscal regime? joint with Pascale Duran-Vigneron and Anne-LaureSamson

Cuong Le Van, Université Paris 1

Ramsey Equilibrium with Endogenous Labor Supply and Borrowing Constraints: Existence, Bubbles, Efficiency, joint with R. Becker, S. Bosi, T. Seemuller

Jackline Wabha, University of Southampton

Welfare Magnet Hypothesis, Fiscal Burden and Immigration Skill Selectivity

Eric Nowak, University of Lugano

The Corporate Governance Endgame – An Economic Analysis of Minority Squeeze‐out Regulation in Germany, joint with Ettore Crocia, Olaf Ehrhardt

Luca Deidda, University of Sassari

Skill premium, education race, and supply of skills