SIOE 2018 : preliminary program

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All the presentations will be held at HEC Montreal Main building
3000, Chemin Cote Sainte Catherine


Note: the duration of sessions amounts to 30 minutes per paper. As SIOE members value discussion and interactions, presenters should plan on no more than 18 minutes for their presentations. Session chairs are expected to monitor time, and organize and contribute to the discussion after each paper.

THURSDAY, JUNE 21

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm: Registration
Lobby, Banque Royale Hall

5.00 pm - 6.15 pm: Keynote by Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics)
Narratives, Imperatives and Moral Reasoning, (Roland Bénabou, Armin Falk, Jean Tirole)
Banque Nationale Auditorium

6.15 pm - 8.00 pm: Cocktail Reception
L’Oreal Room

FRIDAY, JUNE 22

8.00 am – 8.45 am: Breakfast
Investissement Quebec / Atrium Hydro Québec

8.00 am – 4.30 pm: Registration
Lobby, Banque Royale Hall

8.45 am – 10.15 am: Parallel Sessions (1st period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. History, Institutions and Change - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : Francine Lafontaine, U. of Michigan
  2. Jurisdictional Competition - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Daniel Klerman, USC
  3. Monitoring - room : Deloitte - chair : Catherine Thomas, LSE
  4. Authority and the State - room : Transat - chair : Sergio Montero, University of Rochester
  5. Judicial Behavior - room : Sony - chair : Jonathan Nash, Emory U.
  6. Decision-Making in Organizations - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Aseem Kaul, U. of Minnesota
  7. Information and Incentives - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Desmond Lo, Santa Clara University

10.15 am – 10.30 am: Coffee-break
Investissement Quebec / Atrium Hydro Québec

10.30 am – 12.30 pm: Parallel Sessions (2nd period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. Empirical Firm Boundaries - 1 - room : Metro Inc. - chair : Ricard Gil, Queen's University
  2. Institutions and Development - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Peter Murrell, University of Maryland
  3. Incentives and Markets - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Matthias Fahn, JKU Linz
  4. Organized Crime, Disorganized Crime, and the State - room : Deloitte - chair : David Skarbek, Brown U.
  5. Electoral Concerns and Politics - room : Transat - chair : Scott Gehlbach, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
  6. Organizational and Institutional Antecedents of Innovation - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : Nan Jia, USC
  7. Institutions: Dynamics and Stability - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Andy Hanssen, Clemson U.
  8. Labor Markets - 1 - room : Sony - chair : Patrick Warren, Clemson U.

12.30 pm – 2.00 pm: Lunch
Hydro-Quebec Atrium / Atrium Hydro Québec

2.00 pm – 3.30 pm Parallel Sessions (3rd period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. Law outside the State: perspectives from civil law jurisdictions - room : Transat - chair : Pierre Larouche, U. de Montréal
  2. Machine Learning and Institutions - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Peter Murrell, U. of Maryland
  3. Management in Educational Organizations - room : Sony - chair : Patrick L. Warren, Clemson U.
  4. Governance and Institutions - room : Deloitte - chair : Douglas Allen, Simon Fraser U.
  5. Organizational Economics in Development - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Eva Raiber, Toulouse School of Economics
  6. Institutions and Authority in China - room : Metro Inc. - chair : Carmine Guerriero, U. of Bologna
  7. Land and Property Rights - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Steven Smith, Colorado School of Mines
  8. Empirical Relational Contracts - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : Giorgio Zanarone, CUNEF

3.30 pm – 4.00 pm: Coffee-break
Investissement Quebec / Atrium Hydro Québec

4.00 pm – 5.00 pm: Poster Session
L’Oreal Room

  1. Poster Session - chair : Decio Coviello, U. of Montréal

5.00 pm – 6.15 pm: Keynote by Naomi Lamoreaux (Yale University)
Rethinking the Corporation: Contestable Control, the Theory of the Firm, and the Importance of Historical Perspective
Investissement Quebec / Atrium Hydro Québec

6.15 pm – 7.30 pm: Wine & Cheese Reception
L’Oreal Room

SATURDAY, JUNE 23

8.00 am – 8.45 am: Breakfast
Investissement Quebec

8.00 am – 2.00 pm: Registration
Lobby, Banque Royale Hall

8.45 am - 10.15 am: Parallel Sessions (4th period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. Culture and European Integration - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Guido Friebel, Goethe University Frankfurt
  2. Managers: Information, Alignment, and Flexibility - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : Raffaella Sadun, Harvard
  3. Political Economy of Development - room : Sony - chair : Emily A. Sellars, Texas A&M U.
  4. Contracting and Information - room : Transat - chair : Brian Silverman, U. of Toronto
  5. Property Rights, Transaction Costs, and the Limits of the Market - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Carmine Guerriero, U. of Bologna
  6. Design of Collective Enforcement Schemes - room : Metro Inc. - chair : Gillian Hadfield, USC
  7. The state and firm performance - room : Deloitte - chair : Renata Kosova, Imperial College
  8. Performance Reporting and Administrative Costs - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Barach Richman, Duke

10.15 am – 10.30 am: Coffee-break
Investissement Quebec / Atrium Hydro Québec

10.30 am - 12.30 pm: Parallel Sessions (5th period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. Personnel Economics - room : Metro Inc. - chair : Kathryn Shaw, Stanford U.
  2. Empirical Firm Boundaries - 2 - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : Ricard Gil, Queen's University
  3. Inter-Organizational Governance and Boundary - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Desmond Lo, Santa Clara U.
  4. Relational Contracting, Industry Networks, and Economic Organization - room : Transat - chair : Lisa Bernstein, U. of Chicago
  5. Ronald Coase Institute Panel on Political Economy - room : Deloitte - chair : Mary Shirley, Coase Institute
  6. Competition, Innovation and IP - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Jean de Bettignies, Queen's U.
  7. Procedure and Rules in Litigation - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Peter Grajzl , Washington and Lee University
  8. Information and Trade Networks - room : Sony - chair : Janet Landa, York U.

12.30 pm – 2.00 pm: Lunch
Hydro-Quebec Atrium / Atrium Hydro Québec

2.00 pm – 3.30 pm: Parallel Sessions (6th period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. Organizational Economics in the Field - room : Deloitte - chair : Bentley MacLeod, Columbia U.
  2. IP Policy and Litigation - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Jeffrey Macher, Georgetown U.
  3. Data Science for Legal, Political, and Social Institutions - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : Jens Prufer, Tilburg University
  4. Politics and Corruption - room : Transat - chair : Anja Shortland, King's College London
  5. State Ownership and Regulation - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Stéphane Rousseau, Université de Montréal
  6. Delegation and Decision Making - room : Metro Inc. - chair : Scott Masten, University of Michigan
  7. Preferences, Opportunism, and Institutional Change - room : Sony - chair : Vincent Buccola, University of Pennsylvania
  8. Ownership Incentives - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Maija Halonen-Akatwijuka, University of Bristol

3.30 pm - 4.00 pm: Coffee-break
Investissement Quebec / Atrium Hydro Québec

4.00 pm - 5.30 pm: Parallel Sessions (7th period)
Rooms on the first floor

  1. Contracting Issues in Lobbying - room : Société canadienne des postes - chair : Giorgio Zanarone, CUNEF
  2. Variation and Productivity in Health Care - room : Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton - chair : David Chan, Stanford U.
  3. Institutions and Organizations - room : Sony - chair : Elliott Ash, University of Warwick and ETH Zurich
  4. Legal reforms, informal institutions, and gender outcomes - room : Transat - chair : Gani Aldashev, Université Libre de Bruxelles
  5. Theory: Incentives in Organizations - room : Deloitte - chair : Robert Gibbons, MIT
  6. History, Institutions and Legacies - room : Xerox Canada - chair : Andrew Hanssen, Clemson U.
  7. Policy and High Tech Industries - room : Metro Inc. - chair : Francine Lafontaine, U. of Michigan
  8. Labor Markets - 2 - room : KPMG - CSC - chair : Chris Stanton, Harvard U.

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm: Cocktail Reception & Gala Dinner & Presidential Address
Centre des Sciences de Montreal
Address: 2 de la Commune St W, Montreal, QC H2X 4B2