International Conference on Public Economic Theory, 2019


8th-11th July 2019, University of Strasbourg, France

Here is the program of the parallel sessions as of July 11th, 2019.
Note that the program will be printed and handed out at the conference.

In order to view the details of the parallel sessions click on View all  or on a given PARALLEL SESSION X-x.

The session chair is the last speaker unless otherwise specified. 

Thirty minutes are devoted to each paper with twenty five minutes for presentation and five minutes for discussion. 

Speakers should come with a USB key with their presentation saved as pdf file.

They can also send by e-mail the pdf file of their presentation to the PhD student in charge of their room, according to the following table:

Room/HallPhD StudentE-mail address
Hall 3Laetitia DILLENSEGERla.dillenseger@unistra.fr
Hall 4Benoît DICHARRYbenoit.dicharry@hotmail.fr
Hall 5Arnaud WOLFFarnaudwolff@unistra.fr
Room 015Mischaël BERTEMESmischael.bertemes@etu.unistra.fr
Room 016Huy NGUYEN QUANGnguyenquanghuyib@gmail.com
Room 017Maho NAKAGAWA nakagawa.maho@gmail.com
Room 018Marie BLAISEmarie.blaise@unistra.fr
Room 019Pauline BRUNNERpauline.brunner25@hotmail.fr
Room 020Laurène THIL
Room 021Jia LIUjialiu@unistra.fr
Room 022Yann THOMMENythommen@unistra.fr
Room 024Kenza BOUSEDRAK.bousedra@unistra.fr
Room 025Agathe SIMONsimon.agathe1@gmail.com
Room 026Enrico DE MONTEde.monte.enrico@gmail.com
Room 027Tuyen TIETtuyen.tiettong@gmail.com

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Monday, 8th July: Welcome reception at the Palais Universitaire

Tuesday 9th – Thursday 11th: The conference takes place at the P.E.G.E.

Tuesday, 9th July

RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 4Tax CompetitionShould unemployment insurance be centralized in a state union?
R. FENGE (U. of Rostock, CESifo Munich)
Commodity Tax Competition and Cross-border Shopping in a Tripoint Model
K. HAMADA (Niigata U. Faculty of Economics)
On the political economy of the income-tax threshold
P. BOYER (CREST, Ecole polytechnique)
Hall 5Political Economy
Populism, the Backlash against Ruling Politicians and the Possible Malfunctioning of Representative Democracy
M. GILLI (U. of Milano-Bicocca)
Contagion of Populist Extremism
D. KISHISHITA (U. of Tokyo)
Who Sent You? Extreme Voting, Transfers and Bailouts in a Federation
A. PIOLATTO (Autonomous U. of Barcelona (UAB), BGSE, IEB, MOVE)
015Industrial Organization
Production Externalities and Investment Caps: a Welfare Analysis under Uncertainty
Y. MAOZ (The Open U. of Israel)
Regulating with market information
F. CONTRERAS (U. Federal de Pernambuco)
Leadership by Showing Generosity
K. HATTORI (Osaka U. of Economics)
016Session Eric BAHEL - Game Theory
Cooperative Games
Production Facility Pooling Games Under an Optimal Policy
L. SCHLICHER (The Netherlands Defense Academy )
A Dynamic Cooperative Game for International and Intergenerational Allocation with Limited Natural Resources
S. GONZALEZ (GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne)
Egalitarianism in surplus-sharing problems and the Dutta-Ray solution
P. SUDHÖLTER (U. of Southern Denmark)
018Game Theory
Gains from Integration in School Choice
J. ORTEGA (ZEW Mannheim)
School choice with clusters
T. WOUTERS (KU Leuven)
An economic theory of differential treatment
E. TEMNYALOV (U. of Technology Sydney)
019Coalition Theory / NetworkEfficient Incentives in Social Networks: 'Gamification' and the Coase Theorem
T. DASKE (Technical U. of Munich)
Coalitional Formation Processes in Real Time: Generalizing Subgame Perfection for Dynamic Paths
A model of endogenous network formation for knowledge diffusion
N. CABAU (U. Paris Dauphine, PSL Research U. LEDa, JET)
020Social ChoiceOn inequality-sensitive and additive achievement measures based on ordinal data
J. SILBER (Bar-Ilan U. )
Scoring Run-off Rules, Single-peaked Preferences and Paradoxes of Variable Electorate
E. KAMWA (U. des Antilles and LC2S)
Equivalent income versus equivalent lifetime: Does the metric matter?
G. PONTHIERE (ERUDITE U. Paris 12 ; Paris School of Economics)
021PET Topics
Conflict Prevention by Bayesian Persuasion
R. HENNIGS (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance)
Threat Misestimations and the Role of NGOs in International Risk Management
S. NAKAGAWA (Konan U.)
022MacroeconomicsOn Foreign Aid Effectiveness: When Conditionality met Ownership
F. CANDEL-SÁNCHEZ (U. de Murcia)
Demographic constraint on economic policy: Why should wages, prices and income grow faster in Germany?
J. HELLIER (LEM-CNRS, U. de Lille and LEMNA, U. de Nantes.)
024Session Thomas SEEGMULLER - MacroeconomicsProductive Public Spending in an OLG with Endogenous Technological Change - Financing Matters
A. TABAKOVIC (U. of Milan)
Intra-industry trade, involuntary unemployment and indeterminacy
L. MODESTO (Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics)
Reproductive health, fairness and optimal policies
025Public Services
Fertility decisions of families in an intergenerational exchange model
A. YAKITA (Nanzan U.)
A pay-as-you-go pension system in a two-sector model
A. KANEKO (Waseda U.)
Indexing public pensions in progress to wages or prices
RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 3Optimal TaxationWhy is the shape of the Laffer curve for consumption tax different from that for labor income tax?
K. HIRAGA (Tokai U.)
Optimal Tax Systems with Behavioral Agents
D. MOORE (U. of Michigan)
Heterogeneity in needs and negative marginal tax rates
L. MICHELETTO (U. of Milan)
Hall 4Tax Competition
On the Design of a Common European Fiscal Harmonization Agreement
L. PINHEIRO DE MATOS (U. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE)
Dynamic Tax Competition
N. PAULUS (CREA, U. of Luxembourg)
Hall 5Political Economy
Does an aging society increase the size of the welfare state?
A. MIZUSHIMA (Otaru U. of Commerce)
Campaign Finance when Contributions Mobilize Voters but Are Rewarded with Public Contracts.
O. NUPIA (U. de los Andes)
Modelling the influence of campaign contributions and advertising on US Presidential elections
M. GALLEGO (Wilfrid Laurier U.)
015Industrial Organization
Regulated markets
Location Choice and Quality Competition in Mixed Hospital Markets
B. HEHENKAMP (Paderborn U.)
Free and Second-Best Entry in Oligopolies with Network Effects
A. GAMA (El Colegio de Mexico)
016Session Svetlana BOYARCHENKO - Game TheoryTiming Competition of Asymmetric Complements
P. CHIANG (National Chengchi U.)
Private communication in competing mechanism games
E. CAMPIONI (U. of Rome "Tor Vergata")
Inefficiency of sponsored research
S. BOYARCHENKO (U. of Texas at Austin)
017Environmental Economics
Optimal taxation, environment quality, socially responsible firms and investors
L. SPATARO (U. of Pisa)
Green Consumers, Emission Taxes, and Firm Relocation
J. VOßWINKEL (Nuertingen-Geislingen U.)
Comparison of environmental incentives to adoption of new abatement technologies in the standard Cournot model of imperfect competition: emissions versus performance standards
K. WERNER (Manchester Metropolitan U.)
018Experimental Economics
Political Economy
Vote trading in power-sharing systems: A laboratory investigation
N. ZIROS (U. of Cyprus)
Gambling in Risk-Taking Contests: Experimental Evidence
C. SEEL (Maastricht U.)
Moral Cost in Weighted Committee Decisions
N. MAASER (Aarhus U. )
019Coalition Theory / NetworkNetwork Against Cancer
Arranged Marriages, Premarital Investments and the Family Network
P. MORAULT (IRES, U. Catholique de Louvain)
Production Network and International Fiscal Spillovers
K. GENTE (AMSE, Aix Marseille U.)
020Session Eric BAHEL - Social ChoiceOptimal Taxation of the Rich
N. TIDEMAN (Virginia Tech)
Social Acceptability of Condorcet Committees
M. DISS (GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne)
Equity and time consistency for intertemporal social decisions
K. MIYAGISHIMA (Aoyama Gakuin U.)
021PET Topics
Corruption in Institutions
K. VAFAI (Paris Descartes U.)
On the Depth of Corruption
F. XU (Sciences Po)
Debt and information aggregation in financial markets
A. PEREIRA (U. de los Andes, Chile)
Profit Taxation and Bank Risk Taking
M. KOGLER (U. of St. Gallen)
Could competition always raise the risk of bank failure?
R. DOS SANTOS FERREIRA (BETA, U. of Strasbourg ; CUBE, Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics)
Economic Dynamics
Present bias and the inefficiency of the centralized economy. The role of the elasticity of intertemporal substitution
On Hyperbolic Discounting
R. WENDNER (U. of Graz, Austria)
025Public Services
Effective Marginal Tax Rates of Pension Systems
A. WINKLER (U. of Kiel)
Education Policies, Income Gaps, and Economic Growth
K. MURATA (Shizuoka U.)
Poverty, Competition, Democracy and Ownership: a General Equilibrium Model with Vertical Preferences
026Empirical Economics 1
Income redistribution effect of sequential personal income tax reforms: A microsimulation analysis in Japan
T. DOI (Keio U. and Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research)
Education Choice of Households and Income Inequality – Empirical Analysis of a Mixed Public and Private Education Model
H. TANAKA (Doshisha U.)
The Impact of an Informative Letter Campaign on Retention of First-Year Students
V. BARHAM (U. of Ottawa)
027Session Eric BAHEL - Empirical Economics 2Local determinants of the EU structural rural development funds’ absorption in Poland and their spatial implications
E. KIRYLUK-DRYJSKA (Poznań U. of Life Sciences)
Political Representation and the Provision of Public Goods: Theory and Evidence from Ethiopia
A. NIMUBONA (U. of Waterloo)
RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 3Optimal Taxation Pareto Efficient Income Taxation and Self-financing Tax Cuts
T. GAUBE (U. of Osnabrueck)
Optimal income taxation with composition effects
L. JACQUET (U. of Cergy-Pontoise, THEMA. )
Optimal Taxation with Multiple Incomes and Types
S. RENES (Erasmus U. Rotterdam)
Hall 4Tax Competition
Income tax competition with endogenous wages
S. TSUGAWA (Kyushu U.)
Thorstein Veblen, Joan Robinson and George Stigler (probably) never met: Social Preferences, Monopsony, and Government Intervention
L. GOERKE (IAAEU - Trier U.)
Hall 5Political Economy
Voting over Selfishly Optimal Income Tax Schedules with Tax-Driven Migrations
D. DAI (Shanghai U. of Finance and Economics)
Does deliberation improve the reliability of epistemic democracy?
H. DING (THEMA, U. de Cergy-Pontoise)
Unanimous Jury Voting with an Ambiguous Likelihood
S. FABRIZI (U. of Auckland)
015Industrial Organization
Research funding and price negotiation for new drugs
I. JELOVAC (GATE, CNRS and U. of Lyon)
Long-term care expenditures, endogenous health investment and capital accumulation.
E. THIBAULT (Toulouse School of Economics and U. of Perpignan)
Physician’s Sequential Diagnostic Testing and Treatment Choice
M. KIFMANN (U. Hamburg)
016Game Theory
Better, or not that bad? Asymmetric comparative cheap talk
S. SEMIRAT (U. Grenoble Alpes)
Improving Teem Performance with Median Based Peer Evaluations
M. VAN ESSEN (U. of Alabama)
Experience, Prejudice and Discrimination
M. WOODERS (Vanderbilt U.)
017Environmental Economics
Common pool resources: Is there support for conservationists?
H. WEIKARD (Wageningen U.)
Is servitization more sustainable than selling? The impacts of pay-per-use on revenues and aggregate usage levels
H. HA (CORE - LIDAM - U. Catholique de Louvain)
Phase-out of ‘coal to power’ in an ETS
R. PETHIG (U. of Siegen)
018Session Silvana KRASTEVA - Experimental EconomicsIndependent vs. Collaborative Fundraising: Understanding the Role of Information
N. ULER (U. of Maryland)
$1000 $500 $250 $100 $50 $25 $Other: Designing A Donation Webpage
R. SARAN (U. of Cincinnati)
Informative Fundraising: The Signaling Value of Seed Money and Matching Gifts
S. KRASTEVA (Texas A&M U.)
019Session Eric BAHEL - Coalition Theory / NetworkMulti-relational network formation with spillovers
P. BILAND (U. de Lyon ; CNRS, GATE)
Equilibrium configurations in the heterogeneous model of signed network formation
K. SUNJIN (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U.)
Network Formation with Multigraphs and Strategic Complementarities
S. SARANGI (Virginia Tech)
020PET Topics
Public Goods/Policy
Health capital norms and intergenerational transmission of non-communicable chronic diseases
C. GOULÃO (Toulouse School of Economics, INRA)
Is Private Provision of Lighthouse Service Efficient?
M. NISHIJIMA (Yokohama City U. Yokohama)
021PET Topics
Law and Economics
Disciplinary actions against malpractice: A fragile balance
L. HATSOR (Bar Ilan U. and Jerusalem College of Technology)
Standards versus Negligence Liability for the Management of Cybersecurity
C. BEJAN (U. of Washington, Bothell School of Business)
022TradeFree trade is good but not optimal
Optimal Domestic Redistribution and Multinational Monopoly
S. SLUTSKY (U. of Florida)
Tax policy, bubbles and unemployment
Consistent Flexibility: Enforcement of Fiscal Rules Through Political Incentives
E. JANEBA (U. of Mannheim)
025Session Michael KAGANOVICH - Public Services
Gender Gaps, Home, Work and School
Having it all, for all: child-care subsidies and income distribution reconciled
F. BARIGOZZI (U. of Bologna)
Labor Market Effects of Reducing the Gender Gap in Parental Leave Entitlements
E. DEL REY (U. de Girona)
Gender Differences in Persistence in a Field of Study
M. KAGANOVICH (Indiana U.)
026Empirical Economics 1
Intergenerational Precautionary Saving in Europe
F. SCERVINI (U. of Pavia)
Debt and Growth: Historical Evidence
C. COLOMBIER (Federal Finance Department ; U. of Cologne)
027Empirical Economics 2
The Effect of Linguistic Diversity in Early Education
A. NAGHAVI (U. of Wuppertal)
The impact of school starting age on student achievement: evidence from Portugal using school entry laws and exact birth dates
G. LIMA (Nova School of Business and Economics)

Wednesday, 10th July

RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 4Tax Competition
Emergence of Asymmetric Fiscal Federalism: Centrifugal and Centripetal Forces
R. LONGARETTI (DEMS, U. of Milan - Bicocca)
International Commodity Tax Competition and Marginal Cost of Production
Tax Competition, Policy Competition and the strategic use of Policy Restrictions on Foreign Direct Investments
K. KISHORE (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal)
015Industrial Organization
Tying, Market Entry and R&D Investment in a Mixed Oligopoly
S. MCDONALD (U. of Nottingham Ningbo China)
"Endogenous cost differentials and incentives for agglomeration in a Hotelling model with location based spillover effects"
B. DATTA (U. of York)
R&D Competition and Cooperation in Markets with Network Effects
M. KNAUFF (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
016Game Theory
Mechanism Design
Identical Costs Lower Bound for Sequencing Problems
S. BANERJEE (Indian Statistical Institute)
P. DE (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research)
A family of rules to share the revenues from broadcasting sport events
J. MORENO-TERNERO (U. Pablo de Olavide)
017Environmental Economics
Altruistic Foreign Aid And Climate Change Mitigation
Distributional considerations during growth toward the golden rule
S. DEL CAMPO (EconomiX - Univ. Paris Nanterre)
International Environmental Agreement as an Equilibrium Choice in a Differential Game
K. AKAO (Waseda U.)
018Experimental Economics
The double dividend of relative auditing - Theory and experiments on corporate tax enforcement
R. BAYER (U. of Adelaide)
Theory of Mind and Strategic Decision-Making
N. BOSE (U. of Warwick)
The effects of information asymmetry in a modified threshold public goods game
S. LE ROUX (Oxford Brookes Business School)
019Coalition Theory / NetworkNetwork Spillovers in Contests
P. JINDAPON (U. of Alabama)
Multiple international unions
G. HENSELER (U. of Hamburg)
020PET Topics
Principal Agent
Optimal Promotions of Competing Firms in a Frictional Labour Market with Organizational Hierarchies
M. MITKOVA (Bielefeld U.)
Contract law and Contract theory. A survey and some considerations
D. DANAU (U. de Caen Normandie and CREM)
Limited Liability and Non-responsiveness in Agency Models
H. MOREIRA (Fundação Getulio Vargas)
021PET Topics
Robust comparative statics in contests
D. RIETZKE (Lancaster U.)
Evolutionarily stable in-group altruism in intergroup conflict
G. CHEIKBOSSIAN (U. de Montpellier, CEE-M & TSE)
Equilibrium Existence and Expected Payoffs in All-Pay Contests with Constraints
I. PASTINE (U. College Dublin)
024Session Hubert KEMPF - Macroeconomics
Public Debt I
Default Costs and Fiscal Limits in a Small Open Economy
A. SOKOLOVA (U. of Nevada, Reno)
Greed versus Fear: Optimal Time-Consistent Taxation with Default
A. KARANTOUNIAS (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta)
Public debt sustainability and defaults
H. KEMPF (Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay, Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
025Public Services
Generational Conflict and Education Politics: Implications for Growth and Welfare
Y. UCHIDA (Seikei U.)
Altruism and Intergenerational State Education and Pensions
B. CHEN (Academia Sinica)
Ambiguous obsolescence of knowledge and its impact on investment in human capital.
M. DAM (EPEE, U. of Evry - Paris Saclay.)
026Empirical Economics 1
Labor / Topics
Missing poor in the US
M. LEFEBVRE (BETA - U. of Strasbourg)
Age discontinuity and nonemployment benefit policy evaluation through the lens of job search theory
B. DECREUSE (Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE))
Risky working conditions: an immigrant trap or an income effect?
E. MORENO GALBIS (AMSE-Aix Marseille U.)
027Empirical Economics 2
The Heterogeneous Impact of Sugar Taxes on Cola Demand across Different Household Types
V. SERSE (CORE, UCLouvain)
French Favored Redistributions Derived From Surveys: a Political Assessment of Optimal Tax Theory
A. FABRE (Paris School of Economics)
Private Transfers, Family Networks and Welfare Participation
RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 3Optimal TaxationCorrect Me if You Can - Optimal Non-Linear Taxation of Internalities
M. KRAMM (Technical U. Dortmund)
Redistributive Income Taxation with Directed Technical Change
J. LOEBBING (U. of Cologne)
Hall 4Tax Competition
Income tax evasion and third-party reported consumption expenditures: Implications for the optimal tax structure
A. GERRITSEN (Erasmus U. Rotterdam)
Inter-Jurisdiction Migration and the Fiscal Policies of Local Governments
L. LIU (Texas A&M U.)
Unemployment, tax transfer policy, and federal government leadership
G. MYLES (U. of Adelaide)
Hall 5Political Economy
Economic inequality, political polarization and voter turnout
E. PINI (CORE, U. Catholique de Louvain)
Information Disclosure in Elections with Sequential Costly Participation
D. VOROBYEV (Ural Federal U. , Yekaterinburg, Russia ; CERGE-EI, Prague, Czech Republic)
Discipline, Party Switching and Policy Divergence
P. GONZÁLEZ (U. Pablo de Olavide)
015Industrial Organization
Urbanization, Productivity Differences and Spatial Frictions
C. ARCALEAN (ESADE Business School)
Managerial Effort, Agency and Industrial Dynamics
E. DURCEYLAN (Sabancı U.)
Long-run Cournot equilibrium with heterogeneous firms
B. KOEBEL (BETA, U. of Strasbourg)
016Game Theory
Complementarities in Information Acquisition
M. PATTY (U. Paris Dauphine, PSL Research U. LEDa)
Information Avoidance, Echo Chambers and Uninformed Decisions
P. ARCA (U. of Manchester)
Auctions vs. Sequential Mechanisms When Resale Is Allowed
T. KLUMPP (U. of Alberta)
017Session Thomas SEEGMULLER - Environmental Economics
Chairman : Thomas SEEGMULLER
Pollution in a globalized world: Is the decrease of debt in developing countries a solution?
Confronting climate change: Adaptation vs. migration strategies in Small Island Developing States
F. PRIEUR (EconomiX, U. Paris Nanterre)
Building Bridges for the Adoption of Deep Green Agri-environment Measures: The Emergence of Environmental Knowledge Brokers
P. MELINDI-GHIDI (U. of Paris-Nanterre)
018Experimental Economics
Beliefs about Others: Information Neglect more than Type Projection
I. WOLFF (Thurgau Institute of Economics, TWI, U. of Konstanz)
The (In)Elasticity of Moral Ignorance
N. SZECH (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology ; Berlin Social Science Center ; CESifo)
019Public Services
“Too young to die”. Deprivation measures combining poverty and premature mortality
B. DECERF (U. of Namur)
An extension of the Pareto Efficiency with future generations
Fair Transfers between Generations: Some (Im)Possibility Results
W. BUCHHOLZ (U. of Regensburg and ifo Munich)
020PET Topics
Principal Agent
Authority and Promotion Tournaments in Organizations
T. TAKASAGO (Osaka U. Japan)
Managing Employees 'Insides' to Remedy Agency Problems? A Model of Transformational Leadership
J. DONZE (U. of Strasbourg)
On Safeguards and Incentives
021Session Iryna TOPOLYAN - PET Topics
Tilting the playing field in all-pay auctions
D. KOVENOCK (Economic Science Institute, Chapman U.)
Public Debt and the Political Economy of Reforms
P. BOYER (CREST, Ecole Polytechnique)
Private-Information Group Contests with Complementarities
I. TOPOLYAN (U. of Cincinnati)
022MacroeconomicsArtificial intelligence, digital transformation and on-the-job training: Measuring the macroeconomic impacts
Deficit-Financed Public Investment, Economic Growth, and Welfare in an Overlapping Generations Model
A. KAMIGUCHI (Kindai U. Higashi-Osaka)
A. IRMEN (CREA, U. of Luxembourg)
Fiscal Deficit
Diversified Currency Holdings and Macroeconomic (In)stability
S. CHEN (National Taipei U.)
Fiscal Confidence Shocks and the Market for the Japanese Government Bonds
E. SHIOJI (Hitotsubashi U.)
Fiscal Deficits as a Source of Boom and Bust under a Common Currency
N. RANKIN (U. of York)
025Session Helmuth CREMER - Public Services
Social Security
Long Term Care and Strategic Spend Down
Insurance with a deductible. A way out of the long term care insurance puzzle
Opting out and topping up reconsidered: informal care under uncertain altruism
H. CREMER (Toulouse School of Economics)
026Empirical Economics 1
Effects of the Fiscal Policy Mix on Long-Run Growth: Evidence from the EU
I. KOSTARAKOS (Economic and Social Research Institute, Trinity College Dublin)
Inflation tax in a high-inflation economy in the pre-and-post- global financial crisis: Case of Turkey
S. SÖNMEZ (Atilim U. )
Supplier Selection and Contract Enforcement: Evidence on Performance Bonding
027Empirical Economics 2
Political Economy
Institutions in the Fast Lane? Strike Petitions and the Electoral Cycle in Mexico
W. SAS (U. of Stirling & KU Leuven)
Campaign Spending on Local Elections: The more the merrier?
B. CARVALHO (Nova School of Business and Economics)
Comparing Voting Methods: 2016 US Presidential Election
RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 4Tax Competition
Tax evasion
Welfare improving tax evasion
C. CANTA (Toulouse Business School)
Laboratory federalism with public funds sharing
A. ANIA (U. of Vienna)
Hall 5Political Economy
Social Pressure, Transparency, and Voting in Committees
A. NAME-CORREA (U. Carlos III Madrid)
F. ROSAR (U. of Bonn)
015Session Eric BAHEL - PET Topics
Caps on Bids in N-Player All-Pay Auctions
B. KLOSE (Purdue U.)
Winners' Efforts in Team Contests
S. BARBIERI (Tulane U.)
016Game Theory
Mechanism Design
Envy-free Pricing for Impure Public Good
T. OBARA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Horizontal Coordination and Transparency of Information
U. ZENGINOBUZ (Bogazici U.)
017Environmental Economics
Warfare’s ecological footprint: A Synthetic Control (SCM) approach with data from the Falkland Islands
A. PIETRI (Institute for Strategic Research (IRSEM))
Policies effectiveness in spatial resource wars: a two-region model
G. FABBRI (CNRS - GAEL Grenoble)
020Social Choice
Microfoundations of discounting
Reconciling Normative and Behavioural Economics: a Critical Survey
I. MITROUCHEV (U. of Reims Champagne-Ardenne)
021PET Topics
Licensing and the informal sector in the housing market: theory and evidence
J. SCHWARTZ (Loyola U. Maryland)
Valuing an investment project using no-arbitrage and the alpha-maxmin: From Knightian uncertainty to risk
Y. BRAOUEZEC (IESEG School of Management)
Resolution procedures in a system of financially linked institutions
024Session Hubert KEMPF - Macroeconomics
Public Debt II, Chairman : Hubert KEMPF
Financial Repression in a Model of Strategic Fiscal and Monetary Policy Interaction
S. PEKARSKI (National Research U., Moscow)
Estimation and Inference in Mixed Fixed and Random Coefficient Panel Data Models
A. NOCERA (USC Dornsife INET, U. of Southern California)
025Public Services
P. SEN (Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics and CESifo, Munich)
Money-Metrics in Applied Welfare Analysis: A Saddlepoint Rehabilitation
E. SCHLEE (Arizona State U.)
026Session Benteng ZOU - Empirical Economics 1Network, social comparison and common pool resource game
T. TIET (BETA, U. of Strasbourg)
The Dynamics Competition of Key Elements of Sustainable Technology -- the Rare Earth Elements
B. ZOU (U. of Luxembourg)
027Empirical Economics 2The Effects of Numeracy and Risk Aversion on Portfolio Choice of the Aged and Their Implications on Capital Income Tax Policy in Japan
S. KUNIEDA (Chuo U., Tokyo, JAPAN)
Did decentralization theorem shape intermunicipal cooperation?
Q. FRÈRE (BETA, U. Haute Alsace)

Thursday, 11th July

RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 3Optimal TaxationTaxation and Regulation in a Market of Sin Goods with Persuasive Advertising
U. GALMARINI (U. of Insubria)
Inheritance taxation with agents differing in altruism and productivity
E. MOUSSAULT (THEMA, U. de Cergy-Pontoise)
On optimal income taxation when inherited wealth differs
T. RAVASKA (Labour Institute for Economic Research)
Hall 5Political Economy
Ideology or valence? Redistributive policies in a model with asymmetric candidates and ideologically biased voters
M. MAGNANI (U. degli studi di Parma)
Why do voters elect less qualified candidates?
N. MIZUNO (Osaka U. of Economics)
Gender bias and women political performance
E. MANZONI (U. of Verona)
015Industrial Organization
Better Monopolization by a Worse Firm
M. YAMADA (Showa Women’s U.)
Excess Joint Ventures with Strategic Technology Non-Adoption
K. MIZUNO (Kwansei Gakuin U.)
016Game Theory
Cooperative Games
Axiomatic Foundations of a Unifying Core
A. LARDON (U. of Nice Sophia Antipolis)
NTU games in Partition Function Form for Public Good Analysis
G. BIMONTE (U. of Salerno)
Winning Coalitions in Plurality Voting Democracies
A. RUSINOWSKA (CES, CNRS - Paris School of Economics)
017Environmental Economics
Coalition Theory / Network
Biodiversity, infectious diseases and the dilution effect
Architecture of energy fiscal federalism
Self-Enforcing Environmental Federations
A. HAGEN (Humboldt-U. zu Berlin)
018Session Phu NGUYEN-VAN - Experimental Economics
Behavioral economics and the environment
Exogenous vs. Endogenous Nudges in Social Dilemmas: An Online Experiment on Public Goods
T. GOESCHL (Heidelberg U. and ZEW, Mannheim)
Nudging acceptability for wood ash recycling in forests: a choice experiment
Information sharing is not always the right option when it comes to CPR extraction management: experimental findings
P. NGUYEN-VAN (BETA, CNRS, INRA & U. of Strasbourg)
019Coalition Theory / NetworkNetwork Games with Linear Probabilistic Graphs
S. CHAKRABARTI (Queen’s U. Belfast)
R&D and market sharing agreements
020Social Choice
The distributive liberal social contract as definite norm of communicative action: A characterization through the Nash social welfare function
J. MERCIER YTHIER (U. de Paris Panthéon-Assas)
A cost-based theory of language planning and policy
B. WICKSTRÖM (Andrássy-U. Budapest)
021PET Topics
Ethnic Diversity, Concentration of Political Power and the Curse of Natural Resources
S. HUSSAIN (Lahore School of Economics)
‘Leniency’ as a Strategy for Controlling Corruption in a Bureaucracy
P. BANERJEE (Jadavpur U.)
022MacroeconomicsChild mortality, fertility, child labor, and economic growth
K. TAKAKURA (Osaka U.)
Dynamic analysis of demographic change and human capital accumulation in an R&D-based growth model
K. OKADA (Osaka U.)
Cost Saving Externality and the Big Push
Y. PANG (Macau U. of Science and Technology)
025Public Services
Investment in Children, Social Security, and Intragenerational Risk Sharing
S. FAN (Lingnan U.)
Q. NGUYEN (ESSEC Business School, THEMA U. Cergy Pontoise)
Elderly empowerment, fertility, and public pensions
K. MIYAZAWA (Doshisha U.)
026Empirical Economics 1
R&D Tax Credits across the European Union: Divergences and convergence
S. ROBIN (U. of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
I Like the Way You Move: Tax Competition in Portuguese Municipal Corporate Income Tax
S. PERALTA (Nova School of Business and Economics)
027Empirical Economics 2
Social Policy
Understanding the Decision to Donate
I. FERRARA (York U.)
The impact of informal care provision on the caregiver partner's mental health.
M. BLAISE (BETA, U. of Strasbourg)
RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
Hall 3Optimal TaxationSpatial Productivity Differences and the Optimal Tax Treatment of Commuting Expenses
M. ZOUBEK (U. of Siegen)
The Digital Services Tax: EU Harmonization and Unilateral Measures
F. GASTALDI (U. of Rome Sapienza and UPB)
Redistribution with Labor Markets Frictions
C. DA COSTA (EPGE FGV Brazilian School of Economics and Finance)
Hall 4Tax Competition
Tax evasion
Voting with tax evasion: Ideological motives in tax compliance behavior
D. RODRIGUEZ-JUSTICIA (U. Rovira i Virgili)
Social norms an tax cheating : the role of information dissemination
Hall 5Political Economy
Campaign Spending, Media Capture, and Political Accountability
R. LIMA (Federal U. of Pernambuco - UFPE)
When Pledges Meet Meaning – A Crowdfunding Story
J. BEZALEL (U. of Leicester )
Strategic Compromise, Policy Bundling and Interest Group Power
L. BELLANI (U. of Konstanz)
015Industrial Organization
Spillovers and strategic commitment in R&D"
H. LIU (U. of Iowa)
Effects of Consumers' and CPs' Heterogeneity on the ISP's Zero-rating Choice
S. FUYUKI (Osaka U.)
Tacit Collusion in Infinitely Repeated Unit Commitment Auctions
J. DUGGAN (U. of Dayton)
016Game Theory
Evolutionary Games
Evolutionary game of welfare stigma: Welfare fraud vs Ro-kyu
J. ITAYA (Hokkaido U.,)
Integrated Reciprocity in Human Cooperation
J. PEROTE-PEÑA (U. of Zaragoza)
017Environmental Economics
Optimal environmental policy in presents of an heterogeneous industry
J. KRAFT (European U. Viadrina Frankfurt, Oder)
Who benefits from transfers? How differences in abatement technologies drive tax incidence of a federal carbon price
C. ROOLFS (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)
Historical accountability in the allocation of greenhouse gas emissions permits
B. JU (Seoul National U.)
018Experimental Economics
Healthcare or Smartphones: Inside Health inequalities and Economic Growth
A. NGAMI (Aix-Marseille School of Economics)
A New Hip at the Sea-Side - Patient Mobility and Hospital Competition
L. BIRG (U. of Göttingen)
019Session Hideo KONISHI - Coalition Theory / NetworkEndogenous Alliances in Survival Contests
C. PAN (Wuhan U.)
Incentivizing Team Production by Indivisible Prizes: Electoral Competition under Proportional Representation
H. KONISHI (Boston College)
020Social ChoiceInfinite population utilitarian criteria
K. KAMAGA (Sophia U.)
Reducing inequalities by means of T_2 transformations with overall reduction of individual deprivations: A solution and a well-suited algorithm.
G. JOSEPH (LC2S, CNRS, U. des Antilles)
Luck-decomposable mobility index
J. MATSUI (Waseda U.)
021PET Topics
Biasing Unbiased Dynamic Contests
M. SERENA (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance)
A model of presidential debates
D. KLUNOVER (Ariel U.)
The Perks of Being in the Smaller Team: Incentives in Overlapping Contests
M. SAHM (U. of Bamberg)
022TradeTrade Wars under Oligopoly: Who Wins and is Free Trade Sustainable?
D. COLLIE (Cardiff U.)
Monopolistic Competition and International Coordination of Entry Policy Revisited
A. YANASE (Nagoya U.)
Terms-of-Trade and Counterterrorism Externalities
S. BANDYOPADHYAY (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)
024Session Cuong LE VAN - Macroeconomics
Economic dynamics
FDI spillovers in an endogenous growth model
T. NGUYEN-HUU (EMOS - U. de Bordeaux)
Competition in defensive and offensive advertising strategies in a segmented market
D. MACHOWSKA (U. of Łódz)
Equilibrium with non-convex preferences
C. LE VAN (IPAG Business School, CNRS, PSE)
025Public Services
Home production, government policy, and the labor supply of mothers
R. BAR-EL (The Open U. of Israel)
Optimal child care policies with heterogeneous parents: Should I care or should I work?
M. DELPIERRE (Walloon Institute of Evaluation, Foresight and Statistics, IWEPS)
Political economy of redistribution between traditional and modern families
V. MEIER (ifo Institute for Economic Research, Munich)
026Empirical Economics 1
Multilevel taxation, competition, and sorting: Evidence from regional borders
R. ZOTTI (U. of Torino)
Elasticity of the corporate income tax: evidence from a context with frequent tax law changes
L. MELO (Colombian Central Bank, Banco de la República)
Estimating the Effects of State and Local Public Education Expenditures on State Output
W. BLANKENAU (Kansas State U. )
027Empirical Economics 2
Development Economics
Can export performance be an obstacle to industrialization? Theory and empirical evidence in Sub-Saharan countries
A. DAYMARD (THEMA, U. de Cergy-Pontoise)
Involuntary Entrepreneurship - Evidence from Thai Urban Data
A. KARAIVANOV (Simon Fraser U.)
RoomSession titleTitle of the paper
016Session Eric BAHEL - Game Theory
Cooperative Games
Random Dictatorship and the Value in Cooperative Games with Incomplete Information
A. SALAMANCA (U. of Southern Denmark)
Cooperative approach to a plant location problem with positive externalities
Hyperadditive Games and Applications to Networks or Matching Problems
E. BAHEL (Virginia Tech)
021PET Topics
Law and Economics
Law Enforcement with Delegated Agents and Penal Populism
K. YAHAGI (Waseda U.)
The evolution of the common law with strategic plaintiffs
A. SAMUEL (Loyola U. Maryland)
Innovation, information, lobby and tort law under uncertainty
J. JACOB (U. of Strasbourg, BETA)
022TradeEndogenous product differentiation and profit shifting
H. OKOSHI (Munich Graduate School of Economics)
Competition for influence in mixed oligopoly
T. SHINOZAKI (Tohoku Gakuin U.)
Relative Preferences
Distributional Effects of Tax Composition Changes
O. PIÉTRI (Aix-Marseille U. and AMSE)
Efficiency and Distortions with Positional Preferences under Welfarist and Paternalistic Governments: Does One Size Fit All?
S. GHOSH (Brunel U. London, UK)
Envy, pride and compassion: The distributional consequences of inequality-averse positional preferences
K. BORISSOV (European U. at St. Petersburg)
025Public ServicesOptimal Unemployment Insurance with Endogenous Preferences
L. BOCOGNANO (Aix-Marseille U.)
Unemployment with Trade and Firm Heterogeneity
S. PENG (Academia Sinica and National Taiwan U.)
Dynamic Incentives: Temporary Vs. Permanent Disability
S. PLATONI (U. Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
027Empirical Economics 2The Global Rise of Post-Government Companies: The Unexplored Corollary of Privatizations
M. STRAUSS (Centre d’Etudes Diplomatiques et Stratégiques)
Growth and Redistribution Impacts of Income Taxes in the Thai Economy: A Dynamic CGE Model
K. BHATTARAI (U. of Hull FLBP, Business School)
Government ideology and fiscal consolidation: Where and when do government parties adjust public spending?
B. THEILEN (U. Rovira i Virgili)