Ronald Coase Institute



2013 Xiamen Workshop: Titles



WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS

DECEMBER 8-14, 2013
XIAMEN, CHINA

TITLES

Clicking a link will scroll the page to the relevant section:
|Bali|Calderon|Ekshtein|Gao|Goyal|Honsowetz|Jiang|Kim|Kokstaite|
|Kuchar|Li|Liu|Ma|Malchar-Michalska|Malkov|Mmopi|Ouyang|Shih|
|Song|Spengler|Szakonyi|Teague|Wang|G.Yang|J.Yang|Zhang|

Institutional Determinants of Healthcare Expenditure
Azad Singh BALI
National University of Singapore


“No Blame, No Shame.” The Effect of the Absence of Antitrust Liability
on Anticompetitive Regulations: A study of Antitrust Immunity
in Local Government Health Care Services in the U.S.
Andres CALDERON
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú


Regulatory Fixation and Interest Groups:
Empirical Evidence from Securities Regulation
Asaf EKSHTEIN
Tel Aviv University


Does Cultural Segmentation Caused by Administrative Division
Harm Regional Economic Development in China?
Xiang GAO and Cheryl Long
Xiamen University


Trade Credit in Informal Markets:
Evidence from an Indian Footwear Industry
Yugank GOYAL
University of Hamburg


The 1866 Post Act: Measuring the Impact of Federal Preemption
on Competition in the U.S. Telegraph Market
Aaron M. HONSOWETZ
George Mason University


Benefit of Dictatorship:
Does Empowering the Elite Judge Decrease the Probability of Wrong Decisions?
Luqi JIANG
University of Hamburg


Can Franchisor Efforts Be Disadvantageous to Franchisees?
Evidence from South Korea
Seo-young Silvia KIM
Seoul National University


Ethnic Division and Public Goods: The Case of Lithuania
Monika KOKSTAITE
IMT Lucca


Surrogate Motherhood in the United States:
Economic Analysis of Institutional Change
Pavel KUCHAR
University of Turin


How the Cultural Revolution Persistent Impacted the Sent-Down Youth—
Based on an Empirical Study of Collective Memory
Jiajia LI
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics


The Impact of Highway Access on Urban-Rural Income Inequality:
County-Level Evidence from China
Chong LIU
Tsinghua University


Living Standards in China between 1840 and 1912
Ye MA, Herman de Jong, and Tianshu Chu
University of Groningen and Southwestern University of Finance and Economics


The Relation between Trust among Farmers and Horizontal Integration
in Poland
Dominika MALCHAR-MICHALSKA
Opole University


The Effects of Historical Development on Contemporary Regional Education and Trust: Evidence from Russia
Egor MALKOV and John V. C. Nye
National Research University Higher School of Economics and George Mason University


“Aapka paisa, aapke haath” (“Your money, your hands”):
The Political-Institutional-Bureaucratic Linkages Surrounding
Aadhaar-Enabled Direct Benefit Transfers in India
Matthews MMOPI
University of Oxford


Education Inequality between Ethnic Minority and Han Populations
in China during 1989-2006
Yusi OUYANG
University of Tulsa


Does the Change in Competitiveness of the Real Estate Dual-Broker Market
Correct the Principle-Agent Problem in Hong Kong?
Alex SHIH
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited


Equalizing Education in China: Lessons Learned from Changsha
Yang SONG
University of Pittsburgh


On Lab-Testing Mixed-Strategy Play in a Corruption Game
with Endogenous Detection
John Bone and Dominic SPENGLER
University of York


Renting Higher Office: The Participation of Economic Elites in Political Institutions
David SZAKONYI
Columbia University


Identity and Integration:
Language Fractionalization and the Vote for the Eurozone in France
Megan TEAGUE and Noel Johnson
George Mason University


Does Firm Ownership Influence Judicial Rulings in China?
An Empirical Study of People's Supreme Court Intellectual Property Cases
Jun Wang and Cheryl Long
Xiamen University


How Valuable is the Right to Lease Land?
Guangliang YANG
Fudan University


Party Committee, Workers’ Welfare and Firm Performance:
Evidence from Chinese Private Firms
Cheryl Long and Jin YANG
Xiamen University


Income Increase, Perception of Fairness, and Satisfaction with the Government
Lin ZHANG
Unirule Institute of Economics


 
Titles
|2001 Berkeley |2001 Rio |2002 Cambridge |2003 Budapest |2003 São Paulo|
|2004 Tucson |2005 Barcelona |2006 Boulder |2007 Reykjavik |2008 Singapore|
|2008 Philippines |2008 Beijing |2009 Bratislava |2009 Xiamen |2010 Moscow|
|2010 Shanghai |2011 Chicago |2012 Beijing |2012 Santiago |2013 Xiamen|
|2014 Manila |2015 Hong Kong |2015 Tel Aviv |2016 Tallinn |2017 Xiamen|




ALSO SEE
  All past events

This
 workshop:
  Abstracts
  Titles
  Program
  Participants
  Faculty
  Group
  Scenes
 



©2000-2017 The Ronald Coase Institute           Site by Alexandra Benham            Contact Us            Make A Gift            Site Map            Search