6th International Meeting in Law & Economics
April 18-19, 2019
Location : University Paris Nanterre, Campus of Nanterre,
Building Max Weber, 200 Avenue de la République, Nanterre, France
(RER Line A, station : Nanterre Université)
EconomiX (CNRS and Paris Nanterre), Paris Center for Law & Economics (Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas), the Laboratoire d’Economie Dionysien (Paris 8 Vincennes-St Denis), ERUDITE (Paris Est-Créteil), and the Center for Economics of Paris Nord (CNRS and Paris 13 Villetaneuse) will jointly organize the: 6th International Meeting in Law & Economics, on April 18-19, 2019. The workshop in 2019 will be organized on the Campus of Nanterre.
The organization of this international conference dedicated to Law & Economics aims at establishing an annual meeting in order to attract top Law & Economics scholars on a regular basis in Ile-de-France, and to promote sustained interactions with the French scholars also interested in these topics. The workshop consists in 8 thematic sessions of 2 papers; this allows each speaker to have 45 minutes in all, and enables longer discussions with the audience than what is nowadays possible during the international conferences in the field.
Submissions must be sent before January 14, 2019, in a pdf format, and by email to Eric.Langlais@parisnanterre.fr. Papers (completed, or at least in preliminary draft) using various methodologies (theoretical, empirical, or experimental) and related to any topics of Law & Economics are welcome, including: Economics of Procedures, Litigations, Law and Finance, Entrepreneurship, Economics of Competition Law, Tort Law and Liability Rules, Law Enforcement and Economics of Crime, Constitutional Law and Political Economics, Intellectual Property and Innovation, Contracts and Law. The selection of papers will be made before February 7, 2019.
Thursday, 18 April
Registration 8:30 – 8:50
Welcoming address 8:50 – 9:00
Session 1 – Tort Law, and Liability Rules – Chair : Béatrice Dumont (CEPN, CNRS & U Paris 13)
9:00 – 9:45 : Tim Friehe (Philipps Marburg University) with Florian Baumann : Relative Performance of Strict Liability and Negligence with Search for Precautionary Measures.
9:45 – 10:30 : Omer Pelled (Tel Aviv University) with Ronen Avraham & Joachim Mayer : Allocation of Liability between Internet Service Providers and End-Users – A Theoretical Perspective.
10:30 – 11:00 : Coffee break
Session 2 – Law Enforcement, Crimes, and Deterrence – Chair : Benjamin Monnery (EconomiX, CNRS & U Paris Nanterre)
11:00 – 11:45 : Mehmet Bac (Sabanci University) with Parimal Bag : How to deter crimes ?
11:45 – 12:30 : Francois Cohen (University of Oxford) with Fidel Gonzalez : Understanding Interpersonal Violence Using Hot Temperatures in Mexico.
12:30 – 14:10 : Lunch
Session 3 – Corporate Law – Chair : Juliette Rey (ERUDITE, U Paris 12)
14:15 – 15:00 : Chiara Mosca (University of Bocconi) : Should Shareholders Be Rewarded for Loyalty? European Experiments on the Wedge Between Tenured Voting and Takeover Law.
15:00 – 15:45 : Anne Epaulard (University of Paris Dauphine) with Chloe Zapha : Using Heterogeneity in Commercial Court Decisions to Measure Indirect Costs of Bankruptcy Filing in France.
15:45 – 16:15 : Coffee break
Session 4 – Property, and Legal Rights – Chair : Claudine Desrieux (CRED, U Paris 2)
16:15 – 17:00 : Alan Schwartz (Yale University School of Law) with Daniel Markovits : Who Owns What? Re-Thinking Remedies in Private Law.
17:00 – 17:45 : Frank Fagan (EDHEC Business School) : Toward a Public Choice Theory of Legal Rights for Artificial Intelligence.
Friday, 19 April
Session 5 – Incentives, and Trial Threats – Arnold Vialfont (ERUDITE, U Paris 12)
9:00 – 9:45 : Florian Baumann (University of Bonn) with Pascal Langenbach, & Tim Friehe : Fines versus Liability: Experimental Evidence on Care Incentives.
9:45 – 10:30 : Bryan McCannon (University of West Virginia) with Daniel Bonneau : Bargaining in the Shadow of the Trial ?
10:30 – 11:00 : Coffee break
Session 6 – Contracts – Chair : Marie Obidzinski (CRED, U Paris 2)
11:00 – 11:45 : Massimiliano Vatiero (University of Lugano, and University of Trento) : Smart contracts and transaction costs.
11:45 – 12:30 : Stephan Tontrup (New York University School of Law) with Christopher Jon Sprigman : Bias-Self-Management and the Role of Autonomy in Motivating Contract Performance.
12:30 – 14:00 : Lunch
Session 7 – Law Enforcement, and Organized Crime – Chair : Jacques Pelletan (LED, U Paris 8)
14:15 – 15:00 : Tiffanie Perrault (University of Montréal) with Alice Mesnard & Emmanuelle Auriol : Defeating Crime? An Economic Analysis of Cannabis Legalization Policies.
15 :00 – 15 :45 : Béatrice Boulu-Reshef (University Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne) with Constance Monnier : Which Sanctions and Moral Costs Can Prevent the Formation of Cartels?
15:45 – 16:15 : Coffee break
Session 8 – Uncertainty, Interpretation, and Law – Chair : Alessandro Melcarne (EconomiX, CNRS & U Paris Nanterre)
16:15 – 17:00 : Nicolas Lampach (KU Leuven) with Arthur Dyevre, Monika Glavina, Michal Ovádek, & Wessel Wijtvliet: Uncertainty and Legal Disintegration: Evidence from Brexit.
17:00 – 17:45 : Kevin Tobia (University of Yale) : How People Judge what is Reasonable ?
17:45 : Closing remarks and thanks
Deadline for submission : January 14, 2019.
Selection of papers : February 7, 2019.
Registration and payment of fees (including 2 lunches, all coffee-breaks, and 1 dinner): before March 31, 2019.
Students (Master, PhD) : 80 euros. Academics : 150 euros. Institutions and Non Academics : 200 euros.
Eric Langlais (EconomiX, CNRS & Paris Nanterre), Jacques Pelletan (LED Paris 8), Marie Obidzinski (CRED, Paris 2), Béatrice Dumont (CEPN, CNRS & Paris 13), Arnold Vialfont (ERUDITE, Paris Est-Créteil).
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