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Seminars GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne in Saint-Etienne

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- Our seminars usually take place on tuesdays from 10:30 to 11:45, but many exceptions exist.

- Venue : Jean Monnet University at Saint-Etienne, Campus Tréfilerie. Sciences Po Lyon building (77 rue Michelet Saint-Etienne)
- Conference room : Salle du Conseil (2nd floor)
- Video conference on demand
- Organization : Julie Ferrand and Aymeric Lardon

Seminars 2022-2023, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

  • Tuesday, September 27, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Margherita Comola, University Paris-Saclay
    - Title : Experimental Evidence on Multilateral Blind Bargaining
    - Abstract : We conduct a laboratory experiment to study a decentralized market where players engage in multiple simultaneous trading games. We implement different trading protocols which allow players to keep all information about their evaluations and bids private, and revise their bids if they wish so. We show that protocols allowing for bargaining dramatically improve efficiency with respect to the benchmark scenario of a sealed-bid multilateral blind auction, mainly to the benefit of players rather than the silent auctioneer. This is because participants seek to reveal information through a gradual bidding-up strategy that favors bargaining environments. Aggregate efficiency nonetheless suffers from the fact that participants raise their bids gradually, buyers bargain harder than sellers, and some players over-bargain to appropriate a larger share of the unknown surplus.
  • Tuesday, October 18, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Gaétan de Rassenfosse, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
    - Title : The commercialization of DoD-SBIR patents : A counterfactual analysis
    - Abstract : The paper proposes a novel, web-based approach to innovation policy evaluation. The approach overcomes several limitations affecting established valuation methods used in the literature. We implement it to study the impact of the U.S. DoD-SBIR program on technology commercialization. We start by identifying the universe of USPTO patents that acknowledge support by the SBIR program. We then track whether these patents are mentioned in relation to commercial products in a virtual patent marking page available on the recipient’s website. We interpret the latter event as signal of commercialization. Finally, we create a group of control patents and we compare the commercialization probability of SBIR-funded and control inventions. The results support the view that the SBIR program is quite effective at stimulating the commercialization of federally-funded scientific discoveries.
  • Tuesday, November 29, 11h00-12h00
    - Speaker : Paola Labrecciosa, Monash University
    - Title : A Dynamic Analysis of Criminal Networks
    - Abstract : The paper presents a novel approach based on differential games to the study of criminal networks. We extend the static crime network game (Ballester et al., 2006, 2010) to a dynamic setting. First, we determine the relationship between the Markov Perfect Equilibrium (MPE) and the vector of Bonacich centralities. The established proportionality between the Nash equilibrium and the Bonacich centrality in the static game does not hold in general in the dynamic setting. Next, we provide an explicit characterization of equilibrium strategies, and conduct comparative dynamic analysis with respect to the network size, network density, and the marginal expected punishment. Contrary to the static game, where aggregate equilibrium increases with network size and density, in the dynamic setting, more criminals or more connected criminals can lead to a decrease in total crime, both in the short run and at the steady state. We also examine another novel issue in the network theory literature, i.e., the existence of a voracity effect, occurring when an increase in the implicit growth rate of total wealth in the economy lowers economic growth. We do identify the presence of such a voracity effect in our setting. Finally, we reconsider the problem of identifying the key player in the network, and show that, in general, the key player in the static and the dynamic setting differ.
  • Tuesday, November 29, 14h00-15h00
    - Speaker : Ulysse Lojkine, Ecole d’Economie de Paris
    - Title : A general power index
    - Abstract : I propose a general power index in games. The power of an agent over an outcome is understood as the equilibrium effect on the outcome of variations in the agent’s preferences. I show that the new index, ∆, has the following properties : (i) classic measures of freedom of choice are a special case of the ∆ index in the context of individual choice ; (ii) the Banzhaf and Shapley-Shubik indices are special cases of the ∆ index in the context of binary voting games ; (iii) in bargaining games, the ∆ index of a player combines his outside option and other parameters ; (iv) the ∆ index allows a generalization of the Barry decomposition of success between power and luck to all unidimensional spatial games ; (v) the ∆ power of a firm on its price is related to its Lerner index, but also to its technology and to the potential entry of competitors ; (vi) in a simple competitive exchange setting, each agent has zero ∆ power on the equilibrium price but a ∆ power density can be defined, which, under some assumptions on preferences, is proportional to the agents’ wealth.
  • Tuesday, December 6, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Aurélien Baillon, Emlyon business school, department of quantitative finance and economics
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  • Tuesday, December 13, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Ngoc-Sang Pham, EM Normandie
    - Title : Impacts of (individual and aggregate) productivity and credit shocks on equilibrium aggregate production
    - Abstract : In a market economy, the aggregate production level depends not only on the aggregate variables but also on the distribution of individual characteristics (e.g., productivity, credit limit, ...). We point out that, due to financial frictions the equilibrium aggregate production may be non-monotonic in both individual productivity and credit limit. By consequence, the emergence of some firms (for example, improving productivity or relaxing credit limit) may not necessarily be beneficial to economic development.
  • Tuesday, January 17, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Chantal Marlats, Université Paris 2, LEMMA
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  • Tuesday, January 24, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Rémy Oddou, Université Paris Ouest, EconomiX
    - Title : Inequalities and segregation : can welfarist local governments struggle against both simultaneously ?
    - Abstract : This paper analyses how progressive taxation schemes, implemented by local welfarist government, affect the segregative properties of endogenous jurisdiction formation, using a model where local jurisdictions produce a local public good, financed by a progressive tax on households’ wealth. A jurisdiction is composed of all the households that live in the same place. Local taxation parameters are determined so as to maximize a social welfare function. Households can vote with their feet, which means that they can choose to move to the jurisdiction that offers the package ”tax - amount of public good” that provides the highest utility level. The main result of this article is the proof that the maximin criterion is more segregative than the utilitarian one. Consequently, it suggests that local governments can not simultaneously struggle against inequalities and segregation.
  • Tuesday, January 31, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Rémy Cazabet, Université Lyon 1, LIRIS
    - Title : Data-driven analysis of Bitcoin transactions
    - Abstract : An interesting property of most cryptocurrencies, and Bitcoin in particular, is that the whole history of transactions is accessible to anyone. The objective of the ANR JCJC project BITUNAM (Bitcoin User Network Analysis and Mining) I’m leading is to collect and analyse the transactions on the Bitcoin Blockchain. In this presentation, I’ll introduce what we can and cannot see in that data, introduce the principle of some machine learning techniques we use to better interpret those transactions, and present some examples of usages of transaction flow tracking.
  • Tuesday, February 21, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Dorothée Charlier, Université Savoie Mont-Blanc, LIRIS
    - Title : Utility Services Poverty : Addressing the Problem of Household Deprivation in Mayotte
    - Abstract : Among the 17 sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations in 2015 to eradicate poverty are ensuring (i) “availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation” and (ii) access to modern energy sources. One problem for Mahorais households is access to safe, clean and affordable essential utility services, such as electricity, water and sewerage. We define a new concept of utility services poverty (basic utility services deprivation) based on the theoretical capabilities framework of Sen and Nussbaum. Using a latent class model to evaluate utility services poverty in Mayotte Island, we identify households that are poor in utility services and characterize four household profiles on a scale of vulnerability/poverty. We demonstrate that access to water is more discriminatory than access to electricity in Mayotte. The top priority in fighting utility services poverty should be access to water and sanitary facilities. We show that utility services poverty and income poverty are distinct phenomena. Public policies that aim to support only the income poor do not solve the problems of access to utility services in Mayotte. Policies should be implemented not according to income but to facilitate water and energy access and improve basic hygiene conditions.
  • Tuesday, February 28, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Manuel Foerster, Bielefeld University, Center for Mathematical Economics
    - Title : Strategic use of social media influencer marketing
    - Abstract : We build a model of social media influencer marketing in which a firm may hire influencers to inform consumers of an innovation. Influencers generate sales through purchases of their followers and followers’ social networks. While rational consumers learn product quality before purchase, naïve consumers don’t and instead follow the advice of influencers and peers. In equilibrium influencers price according to their contribution to sales, which depends on the number of followers. In turn, the firm hires an influencer if her contribution to sales exceeds the costs of producing the endorsement. The quality of the endorsement and the product price is such that it maximizes industry profits. In particular, the firm will exploit consumers’ na ̈ıvit ́e and make influencers provide exaggerated endorsements along with overpricing of the product if product quality is relatively low. We further show how equilibrium profits depend on the players’ relative market power.
  • Tuesday, March 28, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Pierre Mohnen, Maastricht University
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  • Tuesday, April 4, 10h30-11h45
    - Speaker : Gaëtan Fournier, Aix-Marseille Université, AMSE
    - Title : Political competition with costly deviations
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Past Seminars 2021-2022, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

23/09/2021 Emmanuel Duguet, Université de Paris Est Créteil Measuring the effects of multiple sclerosis in the labour market : an econometric analysis on long panel data
7/10/2021 Astrid Hopfensitz, GATE-LSE The strategic display of emotions
14/10/2021 Tchapo Gbandi, CATT, GATE Climate Change Fosters International Cooperation : Evidence from Water Treaties
28/10/2021 Mathieu Sanch-Maritan, CREAM Université Rouen-Normandie Trade, wage adjustment and job. Evidence from worker-firm matched data
18/11/2021 Marion Monnet, Ined Does Information Provision Reduce Student Mismatch ? Evidence from University Admissions in France
10/03/2022 Till Grüne-Yanoff, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm What Preferences for Behavioral Welfare Economics ?
17/03/2022 Zoi Terzopoulou, Lamsade, Paris Aggregating Evidence from Groups under Quality and Quantity Trade-offs
7/04/2022 Pierre Magontier, Center for Regional Economic Development, University of Bern The Unintended Consequences of Post-Disaster Policies for Spatial Sorting
12/05/2022 Sophie Legras, INRAE Commute, work, sleep : urban form and pollution exposure
16/06/2022 Eric Roca Fernandez, CERDI Celestial Enlightenment : Eclipses, curiosity and economic development among pre-modern ethnic groups
23/06/2022 Isabelle Chort, CATT Agricultural shocks, coping policies and deforestation : Evidence from the coffee rust epidemic in Mexico

Past Seminars 2020-2021, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

01/10/2020 Clémence Tricaud, UCLA Anderson School of Management Better Alone ? Evidence on the Costs of Intermunicipal Cooperation
22/10/2020 Frederic Moisan, GATE LSE Large Scale Experiments on Networks : A New Platform with Applications
12/11/2020 Stéphanie Roza, chargée de recherches CNRS, Triangle (ENS Lyon) L’égalitarisme économique des républicains radicaux, de Robespierre à Karl Marx (1793-1848)
04/02/2021 Foivos Savva, University of St Andrews Conditional rights and implementation
25/02/2021 [Abdelhalim El Ouafdi], GATE-LSE Probabilities of electoral outcomes : From three candidate to four candidate elections
11/03/2021 Abdoulaye Diallo, University of Grenoble Blockchain-based Contracts : elements of methodology
20/05/2021 Simona Iammarino, London School of Economics and Political Science Technology and geography in a paradigm shift : the case of Critical & Conflict Materials in ICT
03/06/2021 Dirk Ehnts, Institute for International Political Economy Berlin COVID-19 and its economic consequences for the Euro Area
03/06/2021 Ron Boschma, Utrecht University The Dark Side of the Geography of Innovation : Relatedness, Complexity, and Regional Inequality in Europe

Past Seminars 2019-2020, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

12/03/2020 Francesco Giacomini,
The London School of Economics and Political Science
Bitcoin : New Financial Order or Libertarian Dystopia ? An Answer from The Past : Scotland 1727-1845 - A Critical Review of Decentralised Systems of Private Money Supply
23/01/2020 Nikolaos Pnevmatikos,
Université Paris 2
Decomposition of games : some strategic considerations
16/01/2020 Benoit Tarroux, Univ Lyon, Université Lumière Lyon 2, GATE LSE Distributing resources before and after collective deliberation
19/12/2019 Ivan Mitrouchev, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Université de Lyon, REGARDS, Université de Reims The View from Everywhere : Normative Economics with Context-Dependent Preferences
28/11/2019 Uskali Maki, University of Helsinki, Nankai University Puzzled by idealizations and understanding their functions
21/11/2019 Mariana Rojas-Breu, University Paris Dauphine-PSL Central bank account for all : efficiency and stability
31/10/2019 Fatma Zahra Rostom, University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne A Dynamic Cooperative Game for International and Intergenerational Allocation with Exhaustible Natural Resources
17/10/2019 Andres Salamanca, University Southern Denmark Random dictatorship and the value of cooperative games with incomplete information
10/10/2019 Ina Taneva, University of Edinburgh Optimal Information Hierarchies
26/9/2019 Kevin Leportier, CES, Paris 1 University On the meaning of freedom of choice in interactive contexts
19/9/2019 Sandye Gloria, GREDEG, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis Aux origines de la créativité dans la tradition économique autrichienne
12/9/2019 Mathew Braham, University of Hamburg Preference Rankings and Proportional Representation : Mismatches in Germany, 2005–2017

Past Seminars 2018-2019, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

20/6/2019 Jean Laine Strategy-proof preference aggregation
13/6/2019 Gilbert Faccarello ‘Enlightened Saint Malthus’ or ‘the Gloomy Protestant of Dismal England’ ? The Reception of Malthus in French Language.
23/5/2019 Eric Kamwa Sur la réduction des inégalités de revenus au moyen d’une séquence finie de transformations
2/5/2019 Dominique Torre Proof of Work and Proof of Stake, consensus protocols : a blockchain application for local complementary currencies
4/4/2019 Jao Ferreira On behavioural proxies of welfare
14/3/2019 Marc Deschamps Le partage d’une ressource commune dans les situations où il y a une arrivée aléatoires d’agents
21/3/2019 Charlie Joyez Alignment of Multinational Firms along Global Value Chains : A Network perspective
21/3/2019 Adrien Lutz Distributive Justice in the Socialists in 19th century
7/3/2019 Mathieu Couttenier Natural resources and ethnic identity,(with Nicolas Berman, Aix Marseille University and Victoire Girard, Nova SB)
7/2/2019 Agnes Benassy-Quéré Taxing capital and labor when both factors are mobile internationally
24/1/201 Shoaib Abdul Basit Do Knowledge Competencies and Competitive Market Environments Raise Innovation ? An Empirical Analysis of German Firms
22/11/2018 Susumu Cato The Possibility of Paretian Anonymous Decision-Making
with an Infinite Population
18/10/2018 Dirk Ehnts Knapp’s ‘The State Theory of Money’ and its reception in German-speaking academic discourse

Workshops & Conferences 2018-2019, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

28 & 29/03/2019 INDEPTH Institutional Design and Economic Preferences : THeory and experiments

Past Seminars 2017-2018, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne

17/05/2018 Issofa Moyouwou, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Yaoundé- Cameroun How to share a local increment in a TU-game ?
26/04/2018 Pierre-Hernan Rojas, EconomiX, CNRS (UMR 7235) – Université Paris-Nanterre Triffin Dilemma and Regional Monetary Approach : an Appraisal
26/04/2018 Pierre-Hernan Rojas, EconomiX, CNRS (UMR 7235) – Université Paris-Nanterre Triffin Dilemma and Regional Monetary Approach : an Appraisal
06/04/2018 Paolo Silvestri, Université Freibourg Welfare State and Taxation, The critical point of Freedom between gift and corruption
29/03/2018 Fabio Galeotti, CNRS, GATE Lyon The Attraction and Compromise Effects in Bargaining : Experimental Evidence
15/03/2018 Michele Gori, Univ. Firenze Breaking Ties in Collective Decision Making
08/03/2018 Laurent Gobillon, Paris School of Economics, CNRS The Local Effects of an Innovation : Evidence from the French Fish Market
01/03/2018 Tanguy van Ypersele, GREQUAM, Université Aix-Marseille Property crime and private protection in cities
31/01/2017 Mouez Fodha, PSE, Université Paris 1 Sorbonne Public Finance and environmental protection : tax or debt ?
25/01/2017 Amélie Favreau, Université Grenoble Alpes L’intérêt de la Blockchain en droit de la propriété intellectuelle
21/12/2017 Jean-Sébastien Gharbi, REGARDS, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne Welfarism and Ethical Neutrality
16/11/2017 Andrea Aguirre, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Jean Monnet University Inequality and Victimization : an individual level analysis in Ecuador
19/12/2017 Workshop Doctorants, CNRS, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne Program
07/12/2017 Mathilde Godard, CNRS, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne Screening Disability Insurance Applications and Targeting
23/11/2017 Mathieu Sanch Maritan, Economix (UMR 7235), and associate researcher in CESAER (UMR 1041), University Paris Nanterre Resilience ; Common factor panel ; Synthetic control ; Heterogeneous effects ; Urban-Rural gradient
16/11/2017 Andrea Aguirre, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Jean Monnet University Inequality and Victimization : an individual level analysis in Ecuador
12/10/2017 Michael McLure, University of Western Australia Thinking Outside the Box : A Reinterpretation and Reconstruction of Edgeworth’s Figure 1
29/09/2017 Matthew Braham, University of Hamburg Trembling Hand Responsibility
21/09/2017 Judith Favereau, Triangle, University Lumière Lyon-2 From the Lab to the Field : History and Methodology of Field Experiments in Economics


Past Seminars 2016-2017, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne


06/07/2017 Sudipta Sarangi, Virginia Tech Network Formation with Multigraphs and Strategic Complementarities : The Silver Spoon Effect
01/06/2017 Sylvie Charlot, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, University of Lyon From competition to cooperation : On the spatial effects of a local business tax policy reform in France
18/05/2017 Michele Gori, University of Florence The flow network method
04/05/2017 Nicholas Baigent, University of Graz and LSE Characterisation of a class of extensions of an order on a set to an order on its non-empty multisets with applications to the aggregation of violence, offensive language, racism, and organisational rule-breaking
27-28/04/2017 Workshop francophone « Faire la politique autrement ? Théorie et pratique du choix social »
13/04/2017 Constanze Binder, Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam Walking a Mile in your Shoes : An Escape from Arrovian Impossibilities
30/03/2017 Frank Steffen, University of Bayreuth The Distribution of Power in the Lebanese Parliament Revisited
22-23/03/2017 Takaaki Abe, Camelia Bejan, Pedro Calleja, Michela Chessa, Yukihiko Funaki, Juan Camilo Gómez, Stéphane Gonzalez, Marieke Musegaas, Noemi Navarro, Marina Núñez, Agnieszka Rusinowska, Rafael Treibich, Walter Trockel Workshop : Measures, Axioms, Rights and Stability in Coalitions and Networks
21/03/2017 Desmond Lo, Santa Clara University The Role of Ownership Size and Proximate Customers on Survival : Evidence from Multi-Establishment Restaurants
16/03/2017 Desmond Lo, Santa Clara University Contracting to Dis-Incentivize
09/03/2017 Amos Witztum, LSE - London School of Economics and Political Science The Political Economy of Property Rights : A view from Adam Smith and Henry Maine
02/02/2017 Samia Badji, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, University of Lyon Divestment in Human Capital or the Consequences of Internal Migration in China
26/01/2017 Lise Clain-Chamosset-Yvrard, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, University Lumière Lyon 2 Asset Price Volatility, Wealth Distribution and Spirit of Capitalism : The Role of Heterogeneity
19/01/2017 Michel De Vroey, University of Louvain The Rise of a Mainstream in Economics
15/12/2016 Ludovic Frobert, CNRS, Maison Française d’Oxford Vers l’égalité ou au delà ? Retour aux utopistes de 1848
14/12/2016 Blaise Bachofen, Michel Bellet, Yannick Bosc, Nicolas Eyguésier, Juliette Grange, Joël Ravix, Philippe Solal Workshop "Gouvernement mixte, républicanisme et économie politique"
08/12/2016 Justin Leroux, HEC Montréal Accounting for Needs in Cost Sharing
07/12/2016 Annick Laruelle, University of the Basque Country Proficiency, Attitude and Conventions in Minority Languages
01/12/2016 Sileymane BA, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Jean Monnet University Business land supply and interjurisdictional governance : the French Experience 1980-2014
21-22/11/2016 Giulia Cesari, Michel Grabisch, Christoph Durr, Christophe Bravard, Gaetan Fournier, Emily Tanimura, Miklos Pinter, Dimitry Levando, Encarnacion Algaba, Philippe Solal Workshop "Games and Optimization"
20/10/2016 Camille Hémet, Paris School of Economics, Ecole Normale Supérieure - Paris Next train to the polycentric city : The effect of railroads on subcenter formation
13/10/2016 Pierre-Philippe Combes, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, University of Lyon, ENS Lyon The Costs of Agglomeration : House and Land Prices in French Cities
29/09/2016 Corinne Autant-Bernard, GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne, Jean Monnet University The Role of R&D Collaboration Networks on Regional Knowledge Creation : Evidence from Information and Communication Technologies


Past Seminars 2015-2016, GATE L-SE, Saint-Etienne


Saint-Etienne 19/07/2016 Eric Bahel, Virginia Tech Stable cost sharing in congestion networks
Saint-Etienne 17/06/2016 Nao Saito, Tohoku Gakuin University The Role of Moral Agency in Sen’s Identity Theory
Saint-Etienne 13/06/2016 Samuel Ferey, Université de Lorraine, BETA Les nouvelles représentations économiques du droit : le cas de l’économie comportementale. Séance commune au CERCRID et GATE.
Saint-Etienne 09/06/2016 Frank Steffen, University of Bayreuth Power, Success, and Satisfaction under Management by Exception
Saint-Etienne 26/05/2016 Jordi Jofre Monseny, Universitat de Barcelona & IEB Local labor market effects of public employment
Saint-Etienne 19/05/2016 Bernard Grofman, University of California, Irvine Predicting Outcomes in Five Person Majority Rule. Spatial Voting Game Experiments In Two Dimensions : Comparing Old and New Theories
Saint-Etienne 14/04/2016 Ahmed Doghmi, University Mohammed V of Rabat On Nash Implementability in Allotment Economies under Domain Restrictions with Indifference
Saint-Etienne 07/04/2016 Encarnación Algaba, Sevilla University The Myerson value on network structures
Saint-Etienne 29/03/2016 Tamotsu Nishizawa, Teikyo University, Tokyo An Alternative History of Welfare Economics and Alfred Marshall
Saint-Etienne 24/03/2016 Cintya Lanchimba, National Polytechnic School, Ecuador Optimal Monetary Provisions and Risk Aversion in Plural Form Franchise Networks : A Model of Incentives with Heterogeneous Agents
Saint-Etienne 10/03/2016 Grégoire Rota Graziosi, CERDI, University of Auvergne Implementing Tax Coordination and Harmonization Through Voluntary Commitment
Saint-Etienne 09/03/2016 Hans-Michael Trautwein, University of Oldenburg German Economic Models, Transnationalization and European Imbalances
Saint-Etienne 11/02/2016 Robert Leonard, Université du Québec à Montréal Von Neumann, Morgenstern, and the Creation of Game Theory. From Chess to Social Science, 1900–1960
Saint-Etienne 04/02/2016 Clément Gorin, Jean Monnet University What drives inventor’s mobility across European urban areas ?
Saint-Etienne 28/01/2016 Sophie Legras, INRA Dijon Commuting on happyville
Saint-Etienne 26/01/2016 Andrea AGUIRRE, Julien Flaig, Ruben Fotso, Thomas Garcia, Charlotte Saucet, Mengbing Zhu, and Marc Zingbagba Workshop doctorant du GATE
Saint-Etienne 21/01/2016 Remzi Sanver, LAMSADE, University of Paris Dauphine Non-manipulable collective choice with acceptable and unacceptable candidates
Saint-Etienne 17/12/2015 Adrien Lutz, Jean Monnet University Is there a French theory of social justice within the nineteenth century ? The Saint-Simonian case
Saint-Etienne 30/11/2015 Cyril Hédoin, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne Institutions, Rule-Following and Game Theory
Saint-Etienne 23/11/2016 Laurent Gourvès, Zhentao Li, Corinne touati, Frédéric Meunier, Olivier Teytaud Journée "Jeux et Optimisation"
Saint-Etienne 15/10/2015 Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay, London School of Economics CPNSS & Université de Lausanne The normative problem of merit goods
Saint-Etienne 01/10/2015 Lisa Anouliès, University of Paris-Sud, RITM Heterogeneous firms and the environment : a cap-and-trade program


Past Seminars 2014-2015, GATE L-SE, Saint-Etienne

Saint-Etienne 16/10/2014 Yukio Koriyama The Condorcet Jury Theorem under Cognitive Hierarchies : Theory and Experiments
Saint-Etienne 23/10/2014 Stéphane Riou Bailout policy in a globalized economy
Saint-Etienne 06/11/2014 Ernest Miguelez Inventor Diasporas and the Internationalization of Technology
Saint-Etienne 05-06/12/2014 Org. A. Baujard & N. Barbaroux Atelier 2014 INTERFACE Théories économiques / Histoire des théories
Saint-Etienne 22/01/2015 Laurent Denant-Boemont Transport Costs and Location Choices in Urban Areas : Evidence from Laboratory Experiments
Saint-Etienne 23/01/2015 Marco Guidi Bentham : L’économie politique et la science de la législation
Saint-Etienne 29/01/2015 Marco Guidi Les traductions économiques et la circulation internationale des idées économiques
Saint-Etienne 05/02/2015 Marina Flamand Quelles stratégies peut-on suivre en créant des fonds de Corporate Venture Capital ? Leçons à partir des constructeurs automobiles
Saint-Etienne 26/02/2015 Gilles Campagnolo Influences of German economics on British late-nineteenth century economists, with a special focus on historicism and on its impact on John Neville Keynes’ 1890 The Scope and Method of Political Economy
Saint-Etienne 05/03/2015 Tivadar Mihaï OASIS – un Outil d’Analyse de la Ségrégation et des Inégalités Spatiales
Saint-Etienne 12/03/2015 Mikael Cozic Representation Theorems and the Semantics of Decision-theoretic Concepts
Saint-Etienne 24/03/2015 Sudipta Sarangi Women and Corruption : What Positions Must They Hold to Make a Difference ?
Saint-Etienne 26/03/2015 Stéphane Gonzalez Stabilité des organisations
Saint-Etienne 24/03/2015 Sudipta Sarangi Women and Corruption : What Positions Must They Hold to Make a Difference ?
Saint-Etienne Séminaire reporté à une date ultérieure Eric Monnet The Price of Stability : The balance sheet policy of the Banque de France and the Gold Standard (1880-1914)
Saint-Etienne 04/06/2015 Vianney Dequiedt Local and Consistent Centrality Measures in Networks


Past Seminars 2013-2014, GATE L-SE, Saint-Etienne

Saint-Etienne 26/09/2013 Izabela Jelovac Drug launch timing and international reference pricing
Saint-Etienne 03/10/2013 Frédéric Jouneau-Sion ‘NEXT’ events : A cooperative game theoretic view to festivals
Saint-Etienne 07/11/2013 Dominique Torre Pierre Quesnay (1897-1937) and the Poincaré stabilization
Saint-Etienne 14/11/2013 Aurélien Eyquem Wars as Large Depreciation Shocks
Saint-Etienne 12/12/2013 Vincent Anesi Bargaining in Standing Committees with an Endogenous Default
Saint-Etienne 09/01/2014 Luca Pensieroso Agriculture to Industry : the End of the Patriarchal Family
Saint-Etienne 21/01/2014 James Lesage What regional scientists need to know about spatial econometrics
Saint-Etienne 06/02/2014 Vincent Merlin Evaluating the likelihood of the referendum paradox for mixed voting systems
Saint-Etienne 13/02/2014 Karine van der Straeten Electoral Alliances in Closed List Proportional Representation Voting Systems with Two Rounds and a Plurality Bonus : Testing Gamson against Bargaining on French 2004/2010 Regional Elections
Saint-Etienne 20/02/2014 André Casajus Towards an evolutionary cooperative game theory : On replicator dynamics derived from TU games
Saint-Etienne 27/02/2014 Alain Marciano Are samaritans more harmful than parasites ? A note on benevolence parasitism and Pareto Optimality
Saint-Etienne 03/04/2014 Xavier Joutard Informed principal and the microcredit market : Is help always bad news ?
Saint-Etienne 04/04/2014 El Mouhoub Mouhoud "Relocalisations d’activités industrielles en France
Saint-Etienne 17/04/2014 Sandye Gloria-Palermo in search of the right tool : from formalism to constructivist modelling
Saint-Etienne 17-18/04/2014 Org. Nicolas Barbaroux Workshop "Past and forward challenges confronting monetary policy"
Saint-Etienne 19/05/2014 Sudipta Sarangi Reducing choice overload without reducing choices
Saint-Etienne 22/05/2014 Béatrice Rey-Fournier Changes in ambiguity - Definition, measures and application
Saint-Etienne 27/05/2014 Martin Sleziak Density measures
Saint-Etienne 26/06/2014 Marie-Laure Breuillé Cooperation with peers : The case of spatial fiscal interactions among French municipalities


Past Seminars 2012-2013, GATE L-SE, Saint-Etienne

Saint-Etienne 11/10/2012 Philippe Mongin L’agrégation des jugements et ses applications judiciaires et politiques
Saint-Etienne 18/10/2012 Nicolas Houy The Geometry Of Voting Power : Weighted Voting And Hyper-Ellipsoids
Saint-Etienne 13/11/2012 John Weymark Extensive social choice and the measurement of group fitness and biological hierarchies
Saint-Etienne 06/12/2012 Camille Cornand Reducing overreaction to central banks’ disclosures : theory and experiment
Saint-Etienne 17/01/2013 Helène Couprie Do spouses cooperate ? And if not : why ? (revised version) ; Equality-efficiency trade-off within french and german couples ; What if women earned more than their spouse ? an experimental investigation of work division in couples
Saint-Etienne 24/01/2013 Stefano Bosi Ramsey equilibrium, existence, efficiency, bubbles, hetero- geneous agents, endogenous labor supply, borrowing constraint
Saint-Etienne 01/02/2013 Emilie Dargaud Politique de la concurrence, organisation industrielle
Saint-Etienne 14/02/2013 Sylvie Rivot History of economic thought, Keynes, Monetarism
Saint-Etienne 21/02/2013 Quentin Frère Econométrie spatiale, Test de l’effet Zoo
Saint-Etienne & Ecully 13 & 14/03/13 Workshop of economic geography
Saint-Etienne 21/03/2013 Elodie Bertrand History of economic thought, Ronald H. Coase, opportunity cost, subjectivity, firm, social cost, marginal cost pricing, accounting
Saint-Etienne 28/03/2013 Emmanuel Duguet Econometrie, Marché du travail, Innovation
Saint-Etienne 13/05/2013 Sudipta Sarangui An Experimental Investigation of Simultaneous Multibattle Contests with Complementarities
Saint-Etienne 16/05/2013 Josef Windsperger Franchising


Past Seminars 2011-2012, GATE L-SE, Saint-Etienne

Saint-Etienne 13/10/2011 Francis Bloch Learning and Collusion in New Markets with Uncertain Entry Costs
Saint-Etienne 01/12/2011 Annick Laruelle Quaternary dichotomous voting rules
Saint-Etienne 15/12/2011 Sonia Paty The impact of inter-municipal cooperation on local public spending
Saint-Etienne 19/01/2012 Aristide Valeu On Anscombe’s paradox and vote trading
Saint-Etienne 26-28/01/ 2012 Eurolio European Seminar, Geography of innovation
Saint-Etienne 02/02/2012 Philippe Askenazy Financial Constraints and Foreign Market Entries or Exits : Firm Level Evidence from France
Saint-Etienne 09/02/2012 José de Sousa Terrorism Networks and Trade : Does the Neighbor Hurt ?
Saint-Etienne 19/03/2012 Alain Marciano Interdisciplinarity and the emergence of law and economics at Chicago in the early 1960s
Saint-Etienne 01/03/2012 Patrizia Peréz-Asurmendi Collective transitivity in majorities based on difference in support
Saint-Etienne 08/03/2012 Skerdilajda Zanaj Migrations, public goods and taxes
Saint-Etienne 16/03/2012 Marjolein Harmsen Diffusion via endogenously and strategically formed networks
Saint-Etienne 29/03/2012 Arnaud Orain The Second Jansenism and Eighteenth-Century-France Political Economy : Around the Gournay Circle
Saint-Etienne 26/04/2012 Claire Silvant Inheritance and Property Rights in the mid-19th Century French Liberal Thought
Saint-Etienne 03/05/2012 Benny Geys Party Cues in Elections under Multilevel Governance : Theory and Evidence from US States
Saint-Etienne 10-11/05/2012 Journées de l’AFSE
Saint-Etienne 14/06/2012 Sandrine Noblet Coordination costs and location : multiple equilibria with specialization trap
Saint-Etienne 21/06/2012 Stefano Usai The complementary effects of proximity dimensions on knowledge spillovers



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