LawEcon Workshop

The 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 24-26, (see map).

Financial support by the Center for Advanced Studies in Law and Economics is gratefully acknowledged.

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Date Presenter Paper
18.04.2017 Francois Brochet (Boston University) Market Value of Anticipated Governance Changes
26.04.2017 (Wed., 16:30-17:45) Jennifer Reinganum and Andrew Daughety (Vanderbilt University) Information Suppression by Teams and Violations of the Brady Rule (joint event with the Micro Theory Seminar)
13.06.2017 Mathew McCubbins (Duke University) The Constitutional Foundations of the Interruption of Executive and Legislative Function
27.06.2017 Henrik Lando (Copenhagen Business School) The Effect of Type-1 Error on Deterrence
04.07.2017 Thomas Lambert (Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University) Winning Connections? Lobbying and the Resolution of Failed Bank
18.07.2017 Keren Weinshall (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Equal in the Eyes of the Law? Pro-Plaintiff Cost Shifting in Civil Procedures