MANAGEMENT SEMINAR SERIES 2017-2018
Daniel Chen (Toulouse School of Economics)
"Ideas have consequences: The Impact of Law and Economics on American Justice"
December 13--NOTE DIFFERENT TIME: 11.00
Christiane Schwieren (University of Heidelberg)
"The effect of experience on social norm perception in laboratory experiment participants" (Joint with R. Schmidt and M. Vollmann)
Johannes Müller-Trede (IESE)
March 23-NOTE DIFFERENT DAY: FRIDAY ROOM: 20.137 and TIME: 15.00
Giorgio Zanarone (CUNEF)
"Managing Social Comparison Costs in Organizations"
Juan Santaló (IE Business School)
Irina Cojuharenco (University of Surrey)
"When leaders ask questions: Competence penalties and humility premiums"
Christian Zehnder (University of Lausanne)
Yun-chien Chang (Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
"What Explains Corporate Governance Regimes in China? The Same Old American Law and Economics Theories"
Andrea Patacconi (Norwich Business School)
"Towards a legal theory of the firm: Intra-organizational limited liability, asset partitioning, and delegation around the world" (Joint with S. Belenzon and H. Lee)
Bruno Cassiman (IESE Business School)
Xavier Castañer (HEC Lausanne)