The 2d thematic seminar Law & Economic Policy International Workshop held on October 2015, 8-9, is jointly organized by EconomiX (CNRS & Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), the CRESE (University of Franche-Comté) and the LED (Paris 8 Vincennes-St Denis). The topic selected for the 2015 meeting is “Public Law Enforcement and Deterrence Policies”. Major contributors to the literature will present their current research on this topic. The different sessions will allow the presentation of papers following different methodologies, theoretical, empirical or experimental, to provide insights into the economic analysis and law implications of public policies in the area of crime deterrence and law enforcement.
The line A of the RER Paris train will take you directly to our campus. Our station is called Nanterre Université. Click here for the campus map. You can find more details about the Paris public transportation network at http://www.ratp.fr/en/.
Registering and payment : before September, 08, follow the instructions HERE
13h15 : Registering and welcoming coffee
13h50 : Welcoming addresses
14h-15h : Opening session : Henrik Lando (Copenhagen Business School)
On the sanctioning of economic crime in Denmark
15h-15h30 coffee break
15h30-16h30 Florian Baumann (University of Düsseldorf)
Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Laboratory Evidence
16h30-17h30 Joseph Montag (University of Brno)
The marginal cost of justice: A theory of optimal use of alternative criminal procedures
9h-10h : Opening session : David Martimort (Paris School of Economics & Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales)
A theory of contracts with limited enforcement
10h-10h30 coffee break
10h30-11h30 Avraham Tabbach (University of Tel Aviv)
Solving the volunteer’s dilemma - the efficiency of rewards versus punishment
11h30-12h30 Giovannini Immordino (University of Naples)
Taxing cash to fight collaborative tax evasion?
14h30-15h30 Roee Sarel
Judicial effort and the appeal system : theory and experiment
15h30-16h30 Anaïs Henneguelle (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Cachan)
Quasi-experimental evidence on the effects of electronic monitoring versus incarceration on recidivism in France