Research

FIRMS Workshop

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First term


8 September 2017:
Chirantan Chatterjee (Indian School of Business), Organize to Innovate: Intellectual Property Regimes, Technology Adoption and Firm Structure (joint with Sourav Bhattacharya and Pavel Chakraborty).
25 September 2017:
Cristian Huse (Stockholm School of Economics), Taxes vs. Standards as Policy Instruments: Evidence from the Auto Market (joint with Nikita Koptyug).
11 October 2017:
Matias Iaryczower (Princeton University), Collective Hold-Up (joint with Santiago Oliveros).
25 October 2017:
Steve Tadelis (UC Berkeley), Certification, Reputation and Entry: An Empirical Analysis (joint with Xiang Hui, Maryam Saeedi and Giancarlo Spagnolo).
22 November 2017:
Giorgio Zanarone (CUNEF), Managing Social Comparison Costs in Organizations (joint with Oscar F. Contreras).
29 November 2017:
Justus Baron (Northwestern University), The Causal Effect of Essential Patents on Follow-on Innovation Related to Technology Standards.

Second term


10 January 2018:
Simon Board (UCLA), An Inspection Model of Learning in Networks.
21 February 2018:
Álvaro Name (UC3M), Social Pressure, Transparency and Voting in Committees (joint with Huseyin Yildirim).
7 March 2018:
Vivek Bhattacharya (Northwestern University), An Empirical Model of R&D Procurement Contests: An Analysis of the DOD SBIR Program.

Third term


12 April 2018:
Anatoli Segura (Banca d'Italia), Risk-taking and Equity Allocation in the Financial Sector.
9 May 2018:
Daniel Ershov (Toulouse School of Economics), The Effects of Consumer Search Costs on Entry and Quality in the Mobile App Market.
16 May 2018:
Alexandre de Cornière (Toulouse School of Economics), Social media and the news: Attention capture via content bundling.
23 May 2018:
Álvaro Parra (UBC Sauder School of Business), Sequential Innovation, Patent Policy and the Dynamics of the Replacement Effect.
30 May 2018:
Emanuele Tarantino (University of Mannheim), Learning When to Quit: An Empirical Model of Experimentation (joint with Bernhard Ganglmair and Timothy Simcoe).

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