FIRMS Workshop

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First term

14 September 2016:
Andrés Zambrano (Universidad de Los Andes), Motivating Public Information Acquisition.
28 September 2016:
Francesco Squintani (University of Warwick), Legal Restrictions and Optimal Contracts.
19 October 2016:
Ignacio Monzón (Collegio Carlo Alberto), Frictions Lead to Sorting: A Partnership Model with On-the-Match Search (joint with Cristian Bartolucci).
30 November 2016:
Doh-Shin Jeon (Toulouse School of Economics), A Leverage Theory of Tying in Two-Sided Markets (joint with Jay Pil Choi).

Second term

11 January 2017:
David Martínez-Miera (UC3M), Bank Capital Regulation with Unregulated Competitors (joint with Eva Schliephake).
18 January 2017:
Ricard Gil (John Hopkins University), The Value of Relational Adaptation in Outsourcing: Evidence from the 2008 shock to the US Airline Industry (joint with Myongjin Kim and Giorgio Zanarone).
15 February 2017:
Heski Bar-Isaac (Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto), Vertical Information Restraints: Pro- and Anti-Competitive Impacts of Minimum Advertised Price Restrictions (joint with John Asker).
22 March 2017:
Marco Ottaviani (Università Bocconi), Capital Structure and Variability: Implications for Corporate Structure and Information Policy (joint with Albert Banal-Estañol).

Third term

5 April 2017:
Vasiliki Skreta (UCL), Information Design under Falsification.
26 April 2017:
William Fuchs (UC3M), Sentiment, Liquidity and Asset Prices.
10 May 2017:
Juan Mora-Sanguinetti (Banco de España), An Economic Analysis of the New Civil Fees Systems in Spain: Impatcs on Congestion and Accessibility of Enforcement Institutions (joint with Marta Martínez-Matute).
31 May 2017:
Sarah Parlane (University College Dublin), On the Firms' Decision to Hire Academic Scientists (joint with Catalina Martínez).
7 June 2017:
Nicholas Buchholz (Princeton University), Spatial Equilibrium, Search Frictions, and Efficient Regulation in the Taxi Industry.
28 June 2017:
Sandro Shelegia (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Upstream and Downstream Competition in a Search Market.


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