Eleventh Annual IO Day
New York Commuter Industrial Organization Workshop
IO Day 2013--September 6th
| Navin Kartik|
Wing Suen, Frances Xu
|Multi-Sender Acquisition and Disclosure of Verifiable Information|
Discussant: Steve Matthews (UPenn)
| Myrto Kalouptsidi|
| Understanding Industrial Subsidies:|
The Case of World Shipbuilding
Discussant: John Asker (NYU Stern)
| Sylvain Chassang|
Gerard Padró i Miquel
|Corruption, Intimidation and Whistleblowing: A Theory of Inference from Unverifiable Reports|
Discussant: Johannes Hörner (Yale)
| Cannibalization and Preemptive Entry|
Discussant: John Lazarev (NYU)
IO Day is one-day workshop in September at NYU that brings together people from the New York area schools (in whatever radius that includes Philadelphia and New Haven).
The idea is simple: We (Joyee Deb and Robin Lee) receive, until mid July, suggestions of papers to present. We then ask a couple of people to put together a program of three or four papers (presentation + discussion).
Registration for IO Day consists of an email telling us you plan to come. We take care of finding a room and providing coffee and lunch. Each participant is responsible for his or her other arrangements.
We send out email news regarding IO Day based on a list of addresses that we compiled by consulting faculty from various New York area schools. If you would like to be added or removed from that list, please let us know. Please forward the information to anyone in the area who you think will be interested.
For more information, contact: Joyee Deb (firstname.lastname@example.org), Robin Lee (email@example.com), or Viveca Licata (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are grateful to NERA and the NYU Stern Center for Global Economy and Business for graciously providing financial support for the workshop.