SIOE 2017 : Program

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Friday, June 23, 2017

7:30-8:30am: Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30-10:30am: Parallel Sessions 1

  1. Organization and Markets 1
  2. Political and Economic Transition 1
  3. Management 1
  4. Commercial and Financial Law and Institutions 1
  5. Understanding Administration
  6. Empirical Studies of Contract Regulation
  7. Internal Organization 1
  8. Voting, Politics, and Elections 1
  9. Firms and Inequality
  10. Political Institutions and Political Markets

10:30-11:00am: Break

11:00am-12:00pm Keynote Address – New Developments in Network Economics

  • Matthew Jackson, Stanford University

12:00-1:00pm: Lunch

1:00-2:00 pm: Poster Session (coffee and dessert available in Jerome Greene)

  1. Poster Session

2:00-3:30pm: Parallel Sessions 2

  1. The Legal System, Courts and Judges 1
  2. Internal Organization 2
  3. Corporate Governance and Finance
  4. Public Procurement and Public Provision 1
  5. Development and Economic Transition 1
  6. Ethnic Based Trade Revisted: A Roundtable
  7. Order Without Law: Governance of Bandits, Kidnappers, and Prisoners
  8. Politics and Property: Commitment Problems in Russia
  9. Theories of Incentives in Organizations
  10. Copyright and the Use of Knowledge
  11. The Dark Side of Political Strategy

3:30-4:00pm: Break

4:00-6:00pm: Parallel Sessions 3

  1. Contract Design
  2. Experimental Analysis and Organization
  3. Intellectual Property
  4. Political and Economic Transition 2
  5. Organization and Markets 2
  6. Historical Analysis of Organizations 1
  7. Tools and Methodology
  8. Management 2
  9. Corporate Reputation and Social Contracts
  10. Institutions and Incentives in Energy Industries

6:00-8:30pm: Cocktail Reception (Low Memorial Library Rotunda)

Saturday, June 24, 2017

7:30-8:30am: Continental Breakfast

8:30-10:30am: Parallel Session 4

  1. Political and Economic Transition 3
  2. Voting, Politics, and Elections 2
  3. Organization and Markets 3
  4. Commercial and Financial Law and Institution 2
  5. Historical Analysis of Organizations 2
  6. Management 3
  7. Inequality, Race and Gender
  8. Case Studies on Endogenous Institutions
  9. Governance and Institutions: Rational Segregation, Ukrainian Politics, Sand Mining, and the American Revolution
  10. Theory on Incentive Contracts with Multiple Agents and Tasks
  11. The Legal System, Courts and Judges 2

10:30-11:00am: Break

11:00am-12:00pm: Keynote Address - Computational Social Science: Exciting Progress and Future Challenges?

  • Duncan Watts, Columbia University and Microsoft Research

12:00-1:30pm: Lunch

1:30-3:00pm: Parallel Sessions 5

  1. Nonprofits, Cooperatives, and Associations
  2. The Legal System, Courts and Judges 3
  3. Administraton and Bureaucracy
  4. Social Conflict 1
  5. Public Procurement and Public Provision 2
  6. Institutional Change and Organizational Dynamics
  7. Personnel Economics and Government Institutions

3:00-3:30pm: Break

3:30-5:00pm: Parallel Sessions 6

  1. Social Conflict 2
  2. The Legal System, Courts and Judges 4
  3. Employment Regulation
  4. Public Procurement and Public Provision 3
  5. Networks, Information and Classification Institutions
  6. Organizational Structure Matters
  7. Selection, Compensation, and Specialization of Judges
  8. Violence in the Ancient World

5:30-6:00pm: Cocktail reception (Lerner Hall)

6:00-8:30pm: Gala Dinner (Lerner Hall)

  • Presentation of Awards

Sunday, June 25, 2017

7:30-8:30am: Continental Breakfast

8:30-10:30am: Parallel Sessions 7

  1. Development and Economic Transition 2
  2. Management 4
  3. Organization and Markets 4
  4. Property Rights
  5. Management and Organization
  6. Norms, Customs, and Culture
  7. Constitutions and Political Systems
  8. Continuity and Change in the Design of Complex Contracts
  9. Institutional Economic History
  10. Competition Law and Policy

10:30-11:00am: Break

11:00am-12:30pm: Keynote Address – Assets, Contracts, and Organizations—Past, Present, and Future – Introduction by Bernard Salanie, Chair, Department of Economics, Columbia

  • Oliver Hart, Harvard University and Bengt Holmström, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • Comments by Robert Gibbons, MIT and Francine Lafontaine, Michigan
    • Chair: W B Macleod

12:30-2:00: Lunch