The Future of Political Economics

Freitag, 30.05.2014
Panorama Hotel Mercure, Freiburg
Internationale Konferenz

Programm

30. Mai 2014

Democratization under the threat of revolution: Evidence from the Great Reform Act of 1832

Toke Aidt (University of Cambridge)

Discussant: Benoît Le Maux (Université de Rennes)

Vertical Effects of Fiscal Rules – The Swiss Experience

Lars P. Feld (Walter Eucken Institut)

Discussant: Jean-Michel Josselin (Université de Rennes)

Conditional Political Budget Cycles

Jakob de Haan (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

Discussant: Christian Bjørnskov (Aarhus University)

A Viable Insolvency Procedure for Sovereigns (VIPS) in the Euro Area

Clemens Fuest (ZEW Mannheim)

Discussant: Christoph A. Schaltegger (Universität Luzern)

It’s Politics, Stupid! Political Constraints Determine Governments’ Reaction to the Great Recession

Jan-Egbert Sturm (ETH Zürich)

Discussant: Friedrich Schneider (Universität Linz)

The Architecture of Emergency Constitutions

Stefan Voigt (Universität Hamburg)

Discussant: Raphaёl Franck (Bar-Ilan University Ramat Gan)

31. Mai 2014

Legislative Bargaining with Heterogeneous Reservation Values: Theory and Experiments

Christoph Vanberg (Universität Heidelberg)

Discussant: Katharina Michaelowa (Universität Zürich)

Policy and Representation Failures in the United States: An Empirical Exploration

John Matsusaka (University of Southern California, Los Angeles)

Discussant: Fabio Padovano (Université de Rennes)

Geopolitics, Aid and Growth

Axel Dreher (Universität Heidelberg)

Discussant: Alois Stutzer (Universität Basel)

Political Selection under Alternative Electoral Rules

Vincenzo Galasso (Università Bocconi)

Discussant: Steffen Osterloh (European Central Bank Frankfurt)

Election cycles and economic activity: evidence from a quasi-experiment with Indian bye-elections

Thushyanthan Baskaran (Universität Göttingen)

Discussant: Krisztina Kis-Katos (Universität Freiburg)

Altruistic Punishment in Elections

Thomas Stratmann (George Mason University)

Discussant: Friedrich Heinemann (ZEW Mannheim)


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