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2015 Hong Kong Workshop: Titles



WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
MAY 10-16, 2015
HONG KONG, CHINA

TITLES

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|Arficho|Ayres|Brokešová|Chan|Chua|Danese|Fang|Ferreira|Goñi|
|Guo|He|Kim|Leng|Li|Liang|Mai|Nguyen|Öner|Pathak|Weisman|
|Wu|Yarkoni|Zarychta|Zhang|Zhao|Zhou|


An Institutional Analysis of Pastoralists’ Adaptation
to Climate Change in Ethiopia:
Does the Rangeland Enclosure Policy Work?
Misginaw Tamirat ARFICHO
Humboldt University of Berlin


Floodplain Development and Downstream Flood Hazard
Andrew AYRES
University of California – Santa Barbara


The Future Is in Your Hands:
Active Pension Decisions in the Slovak Republic
Zuzana BROKEŠOVÁ and Jana Peliová
University of Economics in Bratislava


Can the Licensing of Real Estate Agents
Reduce Price Dispersion in the Housing Market?
Bruce Wai Hong CHAN
The University of Hong Kong


Coasean Perspective on Semiformal Rights Designation
among Waste Pickers in the Philippines
Mark Hansley Y. CHUA
The University of Hong Kong


Trust and Trustworthiness in Experimental Organizations
Giuseppe DANESE
Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Porto)


How Does the Non-Tradable Share Reform
Affect Listed Firms’ Performance and Stock Prices?
Feifei FANG
Xiamen University


Money or Performance?
What is Making Public-Private Partnerships a Global Trend?
Ana Luiza FERREIRA, Dalson Brito Figueiredo Filho,
and Ricardo Borges Gama Neto
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco


Assortative Matching and Persistent Inequality:
Evidence from the World’s Most Exclusive Marriage Market
Marc Goñi
University of Vienna


Sworn Spinsters: An Economic Explanation of Celibacy
Rufei GUO
Chinese University of Hong Kong


Tenant Game, Heterogeneous Factors, and Contractual Matching
Yiming HE
South China Agricultural University


Economic Model of Parent-Child Interaction and Child Maltreatment
Jun Hyung KIM
University of Chicago


Who Provides Public Services in China, and When?
Selective Reversal of Privatization in Public Service Sectors
Ning LENG
University of Wisconsin – Madison


How Can Credit Constraints
Influence the Profitability of Chinese Household Firms?
Microcosmic Evidence from China Household Finance Survey
Victor Jiewei LI
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics


The Colonial Origins of Income Differences:
China's Treaty Port System and the Development of Institutions
Yousha LIANG
Chinese University of Hong Kong



Land Rights and Constitutionalism
Xiaoting MAI (with Chenggang Xu)
The University of Hong Kong


Does Social Trust Increase Support for Free Trade?
Evidence from a Field Survey Experiment in Vietnam
Quynh Nguyen
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich)


Institutional Capital and Geography: Does Aggregation Matter?
Özge ÖNER
Research Institute of Industrial Economics
& Jönköping International Business School


The Nature of India’s Emerging Uber Economy
Prateek Pathak
O.P. JIndal Global University


Alleviating Anti-Certainty:
Remedying Corporate Opportunism at Potential Victims’ Expense
Jeremy P. WEISMAN
Tel Aviv University


Trauma of the Red:
The Long-Term Impact of China’s Cultural Revolution on Trust
Lingwei WU
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


The Low Transaction Costs of Specific Performance
and the Benefits of Ex-Post Negotiations
Barak YARKONI
Tel Aviv University


Making Local Governance Work Better:
Evidence from a Natural Experiment with Decentralization
in Honduras
Alan ZARYCHTA
University of Colorado Boulder


Pricing-to-Market on Quality, Exchange Rate, and Firm Productivity
Miaojie Yu, Rui ZHANG
Peking University



Modeling Internal and External Stakeholders’ Pressure
in Multinational Corporations’ Adoption
of Green Supply Chain Management
Shuang ZHAO
Indiana University Bloomington


Land, Hukou and Urbanization in China:
A Comparative Study of Land Reform between Chongqing and Chengdu
Lu ZHOU
The University of Hong Kong


 
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|




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