Call for PapersDownload Call for Papers (as PDF file, 220 KB)Keynote SpeakerSteve Tadelis (Amazon and University of California, Berkeley, USA) Hal Varian (Google and University of California, Berkeley, USA)Scientific CommitteeAvi Goldfarb (University of Toronto, Canada)Mary O’Mahony (King’s College London, UK)Catherine Tucker (MIT Sloan School of Management, USA)Tommaso Valletti (Imperial College...
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Call for PapersDownload Call for Papers (as PDF, 301 KB)TopicsDrivers of InnovationDigitization and innovationCorporate governance and innovationUser and consumer innovationMobility, Migration and InnovationLabour mobility and innovationMigration and innovationScientist/inventor mobility and productivityIntellectual Property RightsIPR strategies (patents, trademarks, copyrights)Standards, patent...
Call for PapersCall for Papers (as PDF file, 597 KB)TopicsThe following gives a non-exhaustive list of topics:Competition and Regulation of Energy MarketsInfrastructure Provision and ManagementSustainable Energy TransitionEnergy Demand and EfficiencyEnergy Innovation and InvestmentSpecial Practitioners' SessionKeynote SpeakersJames Bushnell (University of California, Davis, US)Stefan Reichelstein...
Call for PapersCall for Papers (as PDF file, 209 KB)Keynote SpeakersSergei Guriev, Sciences PoRavi Kanbur, Cornell UniversityScientific CommitteeZareh Asatryan (ZEW)Thushyanthan Baskaran (University of Siegen)Markus Frölich (University of Mannheim)Friedrich Heinemann (ZEW and Heidelberg University)Eckhard Janeba (University of Mannheim)Andreas Peichl (ZEW and University of...
In April, 24-25, 2017 the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim and the University of Mannheim organize a Workshop on the "Economics of Insolvency Laws". It is funded by the Fritz-Thyssen-Stiftung. The main motivation for the workshop is the recognition that insolvencies as the dark side of firm dynamics have received much less scientific attention despite their important role...
The objective of the project is to identify and construct forward-looking indicators in order to assess the developments in the markets of selected sectors and regularly deliver them to Evonik Industries AG every month.
Call for PapersCall for Papers (as PDF, 150 KB)Keynote SpeakersSandra Black (University of Texas at Austin)Roberto Fernandez (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)Michael Waldman (Cornell University)Scientific CommitteeGerard van den Berg (University of Mannheim)Holger Bonin (IZA)Christian Dustmann (University College London)Bernd Fitzenberger (Humboldt University of Berlin)Peter Haan (DIW)Markus...
Call for PapersDownload Call for Papers (as PDF file, 108 KB)Keynote SpeakersGilles Duranton (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and RCEA)Andrés Rodríguez-Pose (London School of Economics, President of the RSAI)Jens Südekum (Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf)Scientific CommitteeMelanie Arntz (ZEW Mannheim, Heidelberg University)Uwe Blien (IAB Nürnberg, University of Bamberg)Udo...
Insolvency systems play a crucial role in protection of creditor rights, yet micro-level empirical evidence on the functioning of insolvency regimesworldwide is sparse. We investigate whether creditors' recovery of outstanding claims, a measure of ex-post efficiency of an insolvencyregime, depends on the characteristics of the trustee delegated the administration of the liquidation proceedings....