LAW, INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMICS IN NANTERRE (LIEN)

Les lundis de 11h30 à 13h00 en salle G614 - bâtiment G (sauf exceptions)

  Organisation : Benjamin Monnery et Jean-Marc Zogheib

NEXT EVENTS

MONDAY 03 JUNE 2024
Maximilian Schafer (IMT Business School) : Off-platform tracking and data externalities
MONDAY 10 JUNE 2024
Antoine Pietri (CEEM, U Montpellier) : Enemies with benefits': On the rationale of trading arms with an enemy
MONDAY 24 JUNE 2024
Héloïse Cloléry (Ecole Polytechnique, CREST) : Post-Quota Workplace Dynamics: Gender Quotas and Team Performance

ARCHIVES

MONDAY 29 APRIL 2024
Théo Marquis (Sciences Po) : Curtailing False News, Amplifying Truth

with Sergei Guriev, Emeric Henry, and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya

MONDAY 08 APRIL 2024
Arrah-Marie Jo :
MONDAY 25 MARCH 2024
Rosanne Logeart (PSE) : Does Access Mean Success? Connection to Policy-Makers and Lobbying Success of Political Actors
MONDAY 04 MARCH 2024
Shiva Shekhar (Tilburg Univ) : The Bright Side of the GDPR: Welfare-improving Privacy Management
MONDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2024
Jean Lacroix (U Paris Saclay, RITM) : Domino Secessions : Evidence from the US
MONDAY 05 FEBRUARY 2024
([ANNULE])
Emmanuel Peterlé (Univ Franche-comté, CRESE) : The Impact of Name and Shame and Fee-Shifting on Frivolous Lawsuits
MONDAY 29 JANUARY 2024
Vincent Teixera (Univ de Loirraine, BETA) : Court Resolution and Predictive Justice
MONDAY 15 JANUARY 2024
Cat Lam Pham (Marburg University) : On the Strategic Choice of Overconfident Lawyers
MONDAY 18 DECEMBER 2023
Rémi Suchon (U Catholique de Lille) : Conciliation, Social Preferences, and Pre-Trial Settlement: a Laboratory Experiment.

Co-écrit avec Matthieu Belarouci & Vincent Lenglin

Abstract :We experimentally study conciliation, an intervention aimed at improving bargaining efficiency. In conciliation, a neutral third party collaborates with the parties by suggesting resolutions to promote agreements. Unlike delegation or arbitration, conciliation fully preserves the autonomy of the parties. Unlike mediation, the conciliator cannot filter information. Whether conciliation can improve bargaining efficiency is an open question. In our laboratory experiment, two "litigants" bargain over the split of a loss in an unstructured protocol. In case of failure, a random split is implemented. In some conditions, a third party, the conciliator takes part in the bargaining by submitting non-binding suggestions to the litigants. We find that, on average, conciliation does not affect the likelihood of failure or the splits that are agreed upon by litigants. However, for bargaining pairs composed of selfish litigants, conciliation leads to more equal agreements. Conciliation also reduces bargaining delays: the time and the number of offers necessary to converge to an agreement are significantly reduced in the presence of a conciliator.

MONDAY 11 DECEMBER 2023
Bastien Michel (LEMNA, Nantes) : Measuring the Impact of Incarceration on Recidivism in Denmark

with M. Rosholm & M. Simonsen

MONDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2023
Claudio Detotto (Univ de Corse, LISA) : Experts and Arbitration Outcomes: Insights from Public Procurement Contract Disputes, avec Riccardo Marselli, Bryan Mccannon et Marco Vannin
MONDAY 23 OCTOBER 2023
Tobias Krestchmer (LMU, Munich) : How to seed a platform? Overcoming the chicken-and-egg problem with owned, earned and paid media

Avec Christian Peukert

MONDAY 16 OCTOBER 2023
Maelle Stricot (PSE) : Does news coverage of violence against women affect their reporting and judicial treatment?
MONDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 2023
Xavier Lambin (ESSEC) : Less than meets the eye: simultaneous experiments as a source of algorithmic seeming collusion
MONDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2023
Ken Yahagi (Seikei University, Tokyo) : Media information provision and criminal behavior

Abstract : This paper provides a theoretical framework to consider the effects of profit-driven media as an information provider about criminal issues on criminal behaviors and avoidance behaviors of victims. Then, we show that profit-driven news media reporting can be biased and over-misrepresented about criminal situations. This leads to an increased demand for crime news reporting of offenders and victims and causes inefficient behaviors compared to the social welfare perspective. This kind of distortion can be happened by the informal sanction provided by the profit-driven media. These help us to discuss direct and indirect interactions between criminal policies and intervention for media industries.

MONDAY 19 JUNE 2023
Juan Mora-Sanguinetti (Banque d'Espagne) : Measuring and quantifying regulation with new indicators. The cases of anti-discrimination legislation and “Green Regulation”
MONDAY 12 JUNE 2023
Arthur Silve (IAST / Univ. Laval) : Building Reputation: Proxy Wars and Transnational Identities
MONDAY 22 MAY 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Marianne Lumeau : American bias in a local music streaming market: curation push vs. preference pull

Papier

MONDAY 15 MAY 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Alessandro de Chiara (U Barcelona) : A dynamic theory of regulatory capture

Co-auteur: M. Schwarz

 

Papier

MONDAY 17 APRIL 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Yassine Badra (U Paris 2) : Market-dependent preferences, positive and negative network effects and welfare

[Papier]

MONDAY 03 APRIL 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Stefania Marcassa (CY Cergy) : Migration, Social Change, and the Early Decline in U.S. Fertility

Avec A. Fogli

Abstract: We study the impact of internal migration on the U.S. fertility transition in the Nineteenth century. We show that fertility declined faster in counties characterized by a higher outward migration, especially towards the Western frontier. We exploit the number of acres granted to veterans of the American wars to estimate the causal effect of migration on fertility decline. Our theory is based on the diffusion of new family values governing intergenerational behavior with respect to saving and fertility. Migration and the lack of remittance technology lowered expected transfers from children, and incentivized precautionary savings of parents. Results are robust to several measures of fertility and internal migration.

[Papier]

MONDAY 20 MARCH 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Ambre Nicolle (LMU Munich) : Competition and value capture in platform markets: Implications for complementor strategy

Co-auteure: Johannes Loh

TUESDAY 14 MARCH 2023
(En vision et en salle 614 de 14h à 15h15)
Avishalom Tor (Notre Dame) : When Should Governments Invest More in Nudging? Revisiting Benartzi et al. (2017)

[Papier]

MONDAY 20 FEBRUARY 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Gloria Gennaro (UCL) : Televised Debates and Emotionality in Politics: Evidence from C-SPAN

Co-auteur: E. Ash

MONDAY 23 JANUARY 2023
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Nicolas Soulié (RITM) : Online popularity, fake followers and soccer players' value

Papier

MONDAY 09 JANUARY 2023
(En distanciel)
Gwen-Jiro Clochard (Université Chicago) : Improving the Perception of the Police by the Youth

Papier

MONDAY 12 DECEMBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Clément Brébion (Copenhagen BS) : Unemployment Insurance Eligibility and Employment Duration

Co-auteurs: Simon Briole et Laura Khoury

MONDAY 05 DECEMBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Vincent Lefrère (Institut Mines Telecom) : Privacy, Data and Competition: The Case of Apps For Young Children

[Papier]

MONDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2022
(ANNULE)
Marianne Lumeau (CREM, Université de Rennes I) : American bias in a local music streaming market: curation push vs. preference pull
MONDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Steffen Juranek (NHH) : Predicting patent lawsuits with machine learning
MONDAY 07 NOVEMBER 2022
(En distanciel)
Jeonh-Yoo Kim (Kyung Hee Univ, Seoul) : Law and Economics of Artificial Intelligence: Optimal Liability Rules for Accident Losses Caused by Autonomous Vehicles
MONDAY 24 OCTOBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Suzanne Vergnolle (CNAM) : Quelles régulations pour la modération des contenus en ligne ?
MONDAY 10 OCTOBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Tobias Kretschmer (LMU Munich) : Strategic confusopoly: evidence from the UK mobile market

Article à l'appui de la présentation : lien

MONDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Marie Layoun (U Panthéon Assas) : Electricity shortage and municipal elections: Evidence from Lebanon
MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2022
(En salle 614 et en distanciel)
Stéphane Méchoulan (Dalhousie U) : Revisiting the effects of abortion legalization
MONDAY 27 JUNE 2022
(En distanciel à 11H30)
Miriam Buiten (St Gallen Univ) : From intermediaries to moderators of the internet: Should online platforms be liable?
MONDAY 20 JUNE 2022
(11h10 à 13h, salle G 301/302)
Wilfried Sand Zantman (ESSEC Business School) : Hitting the Right Target? Pricing and Advertising Strategies in Digital Markets

Avec Grazia Cecere and Sarah Lemaire

MONDAY 30 MAY 2022
(Salle G110)
Antoine Dubus (ETH Zurich) : Data Driven Mergers and Acquisitions with Information Synergies

co-auteur: Patrick Legros

MONDAY 23 MAY 2022
Clara Jean (Grenoble Ecole de Management) : The Value of Your Data: Privacy and Personal Data Exchange Networks

co-auteur: B. De los Santos

MONDAY 02 MAY 2022
Pierre-Henri Morand (Université Avignon) : Detecting fraud in public procurement: methodology and application to French Data
MONDAY 11 APRIL 2022
Philine Widmer (St Gallen University) : Ministers engage in favoritism too

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3818193

MONDAY 21 MARCH 2022
(salle 614 + visio)
Arthur Charpentier (UQAM) : Bodily injury claims in France : negotiation or court?
MONDAY 07 MARCH 2022
Thomas Lanzi (Université Nancy) : Credence Goods and Consumer Feedback

coécrit avec M. Ayouni

MONDAY 07 FEBRUARY 2022
Samuel Ferey (BETA) : Paradoxes de vote et décision des juges constitutionnels : une approche empirique sur le cas français

co-écrit avec Ph. Mongin

MONDAY 24 JANUARY 2022
(En visio)
Tommaso Giommoni (ETH Zurich) : A Machine Learning Approach to Analyze and Support Anti-Corruption Policy
MONDAY 10 JANUARY 2022
Sophie Bienenstock (Université Paris 1) : Abusive contract terms: is the unconscionability doctrine deterrent?

co-écrit avec C. Desrieux

MONDAY 13 DECEMBER 2021
(Salle G413A)
Andrea Mantovani (Toulouse Business School - Univ of Bologna) : Regulating Platform Fees Under Price Parity

co-écrit avec Renato Gomes

MONDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2021
Marc Bourreau (Telecom Paris) : Digital Platforms, Aggregated Data, and Entry with Informational Spillovers
MONDAY 08 NOVEMBER 2021
Michal Soltes (Charles University) : Sentencing Decisions Around Quantity Thresholds: Theory and Experiment
MONDAY 11 OCTOBER 2021
Laura Khoury (Norwegian School of Economics) : Prison, Mental health and Family Spillovers
TUESDAY 05 OCTOBER 2021
Tim Friehe : Overconfident managers, consumers misperceiving product risk, and product liability
MONDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2021
Jérémy Tanguy (Univ Savoie Mont-Blanc) : Getting used to terrorist threats? Evidence from French terrorist attacks between 2015 and 2016
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