ECONtribute Law and Econ Workshop

The ECONtribute LawEcon Workshop is jointly organized by the Graduate School of Economics, the Law Faculty and the Max-Planck-Institute for Research on Collective Goods. It is an interdisciplinary workshop that brings together social scientists and legal scholars, whose research focuses on Law & Economics. The workshop meets on Tuesdays 18:00 at Juridicum, Room 0.017, Adenauerallee 24-42.

Financial support by the Excellence Cluster ECONtribute is gratefully acknowledged.

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Winter Term 2019/2020


Adam Badawi
(UC Berkeley Law)

How Informative Is the Text of Securities Complaints?

Elisabeth Noble
(European Banking Authority)

Stablecoins: Moving beyond the hype
12.11.2019Shitong Qiao
(University of Hong Kong)

Procedural Justice or Procedural Excuse? Strategic Adjudication of Eminent Domain Cases in High People’s Courts

13.11.2019Glen Weyl (Microsoft Research)

Mechanism Design in the Spirit of George and Vickrey

Micro Workshop BGSE/ ECONtribute Law and Econ Workshop


Glen Weyl (Microsoft Research)

RadicalxChange: Next Generation Political Economy

ECONtribute Special Talk/ Law and Econ Workshop

03.12.2019Juan-José Ganuza (Pompeu Fabra University)Statistical Discrimination and the Efficiency of Quotas
14.01.2020Menusch Khadjavi (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Institut für Weltwirtschaft Kiel)Do Scientists Tell the Truth? Evidence from a Field Experiment