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Presenting Author Paper Title Session Day Time Discussant Chair
Ahrens, Joachim Deepening Integration in an Enlarged EU: A Club-Theoretical Perspective European Union II SATURDAY 8.30 Hagen, Rune Jansen Fidrmuc
Aidt, Toke Constitutional Rules Political Institutions FRIDAY 16.00 Dijkstra, Bouwe R Hillman
Andersen, Simon Competition Effects in a Large Scale School Voucher System Education I FRIDAY 8.30 Balestrino, Alessandro Da Empoli
Anwar, Mumtaz The Political Economy of US Aid to Pakistan Aid SATURDAY 11.00 Zhang, Xueyuan Santos-Bravo
Ashworth, John Government Weakness and Local Public Debt Development in Flemish Municipalities Local Debt FRIDAY 11.00 Hodler, Roland Sturm
Austin, D Andrew City and Suburban Competition Competition FRIDAY 16.00 Franck, Raphael Salmon
Asutay, Mehmet Political Monetary Cycles: The Political Manipulation of Monetary Policy Instruments and Outcomes in Turkey Monetary Policy 1 FRIDAY 16.00 Pinar, Abuzer Heinemann
Aysan, Ahmet Faruk Inequality, Efficiency of Redistributive Institutions and Redistribution: Is Government Effectiveness the Missing Link between Inequality and Redistribution? Inequality and Redistribution FRIDAY 8.30 Spagat, Michael Padovano
Baigent, Nick Decisions under complete ignorance Learning SATURDAY 11.00 Mandler, Michael Wickstrom
Balestrino, Alessandro The Political Economy of Higher Education Policy with Endogenous Credit Constraints Education II SATURDAY 8.30 Andersen, Simon Calmar Galli
Belke, Ansgar The Allocation of Power in the Enlarged ECB Governing Council: An Assessment of the ECB Rotation Model Central Banking SATURDAY 8.30 Jong-a-Ping, Richard M Bohn
Beniers, Klaas Party Governance and the Selection of Parliamentarians Political Institutions FRIDAY 16.00 Turnovec, Frantisek Hillman
Bengtsson, Mikael Trust and Growth in the 1990s: A Robustness Analysis Trust and Social Capital FRIDAY 16.00 Schnellenbach, Jan Paldam
Bilek, Arnaud

Local public choice of school spending: Some original results from the French data

Education II SATURDAY 8.30 Naper, Linn Renee Galli
Bischoff, Ivo Party Competition in a Complex Environment: Do Politicians Learn Good Economic Policy? Learning SATURDAY 11.00 Ahrens, Joachim Wickstrom
Bjørnskov, Christian Political Ideology and Economic Freedom Economic Freedom FRIDAY 16.00 Jungeilges, Jochen Tridimas
Blankart, Charles B The Institutional Choice of Alternative Liability Regimes for Subnational Governement Debt: Two Cases Local Debt FRIDAY 11.00 Koester, Gerrit B Sturm
Blankart, Charles B Donors Without Rights: The Tragedy of Organ Transplants Human Rights SATURDAY 11.00 Ferrero, Mario Zimmermann
Blume, Lorenz The Economic Effects of Human Rights Human Rights SATURDAY 11.00 Mazzanti, Massimiliano Zimmermann
Boerner, Kira Migration and the Welfare State: The Economic Power of the Non-Voter Migration II SUNDAY 9.00 Krausz, Miriam Gekker
Boerner, Kira The Political Economy of Corruption and the Role of Financial Institutions Corruption II FRIDAY 11.00 Pajala, Antti Eusepi
Boerner, Kira Political Economy Reasons for Government Inertia: The Role of Interest Groups Interest Groups FRIDAY 16.00 Le-Maux, Benoit Josselin
Bohn, Frank The Trade-Off between Monetary and Fiscal Instability: International Lenders and Political Stability International Financial Institutions THURSDAY 16.30 Leon, Gabriel J Frey
Borella, Sara Political Reform from a Constitutional Economics Perspective: A Hurdle-Race - The Case of Migration Politics in Germany Migration I FRIDAY 11.00 Sturm, Jan-Egbert Ferrero
Borge, Lars-Erik Efficiency Potential and Efficiency Variation in Norwegoan Secondary Schools Education I FRIDAY 8.30 Bilek, Arnaud Da Empoli
Brandauer, Stefan A Model of Delegation in Contests Interest Groups FRIDAY 16.00 Ueda, Yoshifumi Josselin
Bruegger, Esther Learning, voting and the information trap Learning SATURDAY 11.00 Mazzaferro, Carlo Wickstrom
Buchen, Clemens Institutional Complementarities in Transition: The Case of Estonia and Slovenia Transition Economics FRIDAY 8.30 Jerome, Bruno Gerxhani
Chauvet, Lisa Can Foreign Aid Dampen External Political Shocks ? Aid SATURDAY 11.00 Gassebner, Martin Santos_Bravo
Clots-Figueras, Irma Women in Politics: Evidence from Indian States Development SATURDAY 8.30 Tavares, Samia Krug
Congleton, Roger Economic Development and democracy, Does Industrialization Lead to Universal Suffrage? Political Economy II SATURDAY 11.00 Boerner, Kira Winer
de Jong, Eelke Do Differences in Political Culture Hamper European Integration?: Lessons from the ECB. European Union II SATURDAY 8.30 Mercik, Jacek W Fidrmuc
Delfgaauw, Josse Reasons to Quit and Intra- versus Inter-Industry Job Mobility: Evidence from the Dutch Public Sector Competition FRIDAY 16.00 Vargas Juan F Salmon
Demirbas, Dilek Environmental Performance and Interest Group Theory: The Case of SMEs in Turkey with a Logit Model Environment I THURSDAY 16.30 Svendsen, Gert Tinggard Borge
Dijkstra, Bouwe Good and Bad Equilibria with the Informal sector Shadow Economies FRIDAY 11.00 Wrede, Matthias Pardo
Dominguez Martinez, Silvia Why do Voters Knowingly Send Home Competent Politicians? Re-Election Theory FRIDAY 8.30 Weiffen, Britta Aidt
Doucouliagos, Chris The Impact of Economic and Political Freedom on Efficiency, Input Usage, Technical Change and Output Composition Economic Freedom FRIDAY 16.00 Ludvigsen, Stian Skar Tridimas
Dreher, Axel How Do Institutions Affect Corruption and the Shadow Economy? Corruption 1 FRIDAY 8.30 Veiga, Linda Goncalves Schneider
Dreher, Axel Do IMF and World Bank Influence Voting in the UN General Assembly? Aid SATURDAY 11.00 Zhu, Ze Santos-Bravo
Easaw, Joshy Confidence or Competance: Do Presidencies Matter for Households' Subjective Preferences? Political Cycles SUNDAY 9.00 Helin, Juha Schram
Ebeling, Michael Improving Credibility by Delegating Judicial Competence - The Case of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Budgeting and Credibility FRIDAY 11.00 Demirbas, Dilek Hayo
Eichenberger, Reiner The Deregulation of Central Banking: Towards an International Market for Monetary Policy Monetary Policy 1 FRIDAY 16.00 Belke, Ansgar Heinemann
Eusepi, Giuseppe Who Shall Keep the Keepers Themselves? On the Moral Foundations of the
Separation of Powers
Constitutions SATURDAY 8.30 Tullock, Gordon Congleton
Feld, Lars P Fiscal Federalism and Economic growth: Cross-Country Evidence for OECD Countries Fiscal Federalism THURSDAY 16.30 Morrissey, Oliver Jerome
Feld, Lars P Rewarding Honest Taxpayers: A Field Experiment Evasion SUNDAY 9.00 Suojanen, Maria Baigent
Feldmann, Horst Legal Structure and Labor Market Performance Economic Freedom FRIDAY 16.00 Sustersic, Snezana Tridimas
Ferrero, Mario A Theory of Conversion to Exclusive Religious and Political Faiths Culture SUNDAY 9.00 Schmidt, Dorothee Wintrobe
Fidrmuc, Jan Languages in the European Union: The Quest for Equality and its Cost European Union I THURSDAY 16.30 Asutay, Mehmet Blankart
Fidrmuc, Jan Testing for East-West Similarities:
Determinants of Support for European Integration within the EU-25
European Union III SUNDAY 9.00 Nurmi, Hannu Veiga
Fischer, Justina A V The Impact of Direct Democracy on Public Education: Evidence for Switzerland Education II SUNDAY 9.00 Haupt, Alexander Galli
Fischer, Justina A V Democracy and Happiness Revisited Culture SATURDAY 8.30 Mehlkop, Guido Wintrobe
Franck, Raphael Collusion Between the Central Bank and Private Banks: Does the Separation of Monetary Policy from Banking Supervision Help? Political Economy II SATURDAY 11.00 Beniers, Klaas Winer
Galli, Emma Sustainability and Determinants of Italian Public Deficits Before and After Maastricht Public Debt SATURDAY 11.00 Ashworth, John Marchese
Gassebner, Martin Economic, Demographic and Political Determinants of Pollution Reassessed: A Sensitivity Analysis Environment I THURSDAY 16.30 Berggren, Niclas Borge
Gehrmann, Björn Br(e)aking Centralization? The Revision of the Principle of Subsidiarity in the Treaty on European Constitution European Union I THURSDAY 16.30 Pardo, Jose Casas Blankart
Gekker, Ruvin On Uncertainty Aversion under Complete Ignorance: Some Furhter Observations on Impossibility Results Social Choice FRIDAY 8.30 Suphachalasai, Suphachol Hagen
Geller, Chris Standard Voting Power Indices Work: An Experimental Investigation of Pure Voting Power Political Economy II SATURDAY 11.00 Schneider, Friedrich G Winer
Gerard, Marcel What can we learn from US qualified intermediaries system for the taxation of worldwide saving income and the transfer of government missions to foreign private agencies? Taxation SATURDAY 8.30 Easaw, Joshy Eichenberger
Gërxhani, Klarita Subjective Welfare and the (In)formal Sector in a Transition Country Shadow Economies FRIDAY 11.00 Clots-Figueras, Irma Pardo
Göhlmann, Silja The Educational and Professional Background of Central Bankers and its effects on Inflation: An Empirical Analysis Central Banking SATURDAY 8.30 Veiga, Francisco José Bohn
Graeff, Peter Excavating a force that drives income inequality – Rethinking and analyzing the link between military participation ratio and inequality Inequality and Redistribution FRIDAY 8.30 Eichenberger, Reiner Padovano
Hagen, Rune Jansen Basic Analytics of Multilateral Lending and Surveillance International Financial Institutions THURSDAY 16.30 Magris, Francesco Frey
Haupt, Alexander The Evolution of Public Spending on Higher Education in a Democracy Education I FRIDAY 8.30 Fischer, Justina A V Da Empoli
Hayo, Bernd Inflation, Central Bank Independence and the legal System Central Banking SATURDAY 8.30 Kirchgaessner, Gebhard Bohn
Heinemann, Friedrich Planning or Propaganda: An Evaluation of Germany's Medium-Term Budgetary Planning Budgeting and Credibility FRIDAY 11.00 Seldadyo, Harry Hayo
Helin, Juha Party Competition and Electoral Turnout Voting SATURDAY 11.00 Vermeir, Jan Schonhardt-Bailey
Hodler, Roland Fiscal Decentralization v. Progressive Taxation Fiscal Federalism THURSDAY 16.30 Hillman, Arye Jerome
Hodler, Roland Redistribution and Inequailty in a Truly Heterogenous Society Inequality and Redistribution FRIDAY 8.30 Austin, D Andrew Padovano
Horvath, Roman Objective Measures of reform in Transition (At Last): Determinants, Reversals and Growth Implications Transition Economics FRIDAY 8.30 Ricciuti, Roberto Gerxhani
Ida, Tomoya Transfer Pricing and Reinforcement of Tax Executive System International Trade THURSDAY 16.30 Russo, Giuseppe Renstrom
Imbeau, Louis Policy Discourse, Fiscal Rules and Budget Deficits: A Median Voter Model Public Debt SATURDAY 11.00 Lind, Jo Thori Marchese
Jennings, Colin The Good, the Bad and the Populist: A Model of Political Agency with Expressive Voting Re-Election Theory FRIDAY 8.30 Pech, Gerald Aidt
Jensen, Peter Taxation and the Extension of Voting in Western Europ: 1860-1938 Electoral Systems SATURDAY 11.00 Neckermann, Susanne Tullock
Jerome, Bruno French women partisan voting, nature and size of goverment: A study of the French case Size of Government SUNDAY 9.00 Dreher, Axel Dijkstra
Jean, Nicolas Macroeconomy or Partisan Endorsement: Results from French Local Elections, 1983-2001 Voting SATURDAY 11.00 Santos-Bravo, Ana-Bela Schonhardt-Bailey
Jong-a-Ping, Richard How Robust are the Economic, Political and Institutional Determinants of Seigniorage? Monetary Policy I FRIDAY 16.00 Bohn, Frank Heinemann
Josselin, Jean-Michel Constitutional Incompleteness and the Production of Law: Theoretical Assessment and Case Studies Constitutions SATURDAY 8.30 Doucouliagos, Chris Congleton
Jungeilges, Jochen A Comparative Study of Equity Judgements in Lithuania and Norway Human Rights SATURDAY 11.00 Eusepi, Giuseppe Zimmermann
Kirchgaessner, Gebhard On the Effectiveness of Debt Brakes: The Swiss Experience Local Debt FRIDAY 11.00 Borge, Lars-Erik Sturm
Konishi, Hideki Intergovernmenal versus Intersource Emissions trading When Firms are Non-Compliant Environment II FRIDAY 11.00 Loertscher, Simon Morrissey
Koester, Gerrit B The Political Economy of Tax Reforms: Evidence from the German Case 1964-2004 Taxation SATURDAY 8.30 Winer, Stanley Eichenberger
Krausz, Miriam International Financial Institutions' Lending and Corruption International Financial Institutions THURSDAY 16.30 de Jong, Eelke Frey
Kyriacou, Andreas Functional, Overlapping , Competing, Jurisdictions and Ethnic Conflict Management Constitutions SATURDAY 8.30 Vaubel, Roland Congleton
Lacombe, Christine Almeida de Aguiar A Game-Theoretical Approach to Framework Convention on Climate Change Environment II FRIDAY 11.00 Ottone, Stefania Morrissey
Lamla, Michael An Empirical and Theoretical Assessment of
Spillover Effects of Economic Freedom
Economic Freedom FRIDAY 16.00 Savoia, Antonio Tridimas
Lemennicier, Bertrand The Misfit Between French Voters and their Representatives at the Parliament: Causes and Consequences Voting SATURDAY 11.00 Schelker, Mark Schonhardt-Bailey
Le-Maux, Benoit Complexity, Political Conflict and Budgetary Incrementalism: the Case of the French Departments Political Economy I SATURDAY 8.30 Salmon, Pierre Dreher
Leon, Gabriel Delayed returns, Policy Paralysis and Economic Reform in the Developing World Political Economy I SATURDAY 8.30 Montoro-Pons, Juan D Dreher
Lind, Jo Thori Fractionalization and Inter-Group Differences Interest Groups FRIDAY 16.00 Kyriacou, Andreas Josselin
Loertscher, Simon Fair Endowment Lotteries: Allocating Wealth via a Veil of Ignornace Social Choice FRIDAY 8.30 Baigent, Nick Hagen
Ludvigsen, Stian Skar The Cost of Ruling Israel: Measuring the Political Cost of Terrorism Terrorism FRIDAY 8.30 Perrot, Delphine Nannestad
Magris, Francesco Voting on Mass Immigration Restriction Migration I FRIDAY 11.00 Bischoff, Ivo Ferrero
Mandler, Michael Cardinality versus Ordinality: A Suggested Compromise Social Choice FRIDAY 8.30 Maravall-Rodriguez, Carlos Hagen
Maravall-Rodriguez, Carlos The Consequences of Commitment when Candidates have Private Information Learning SATURDAY 11.00 Gekker, Ruvin Wickstrom
Marchese, Carla Mean Voting Rule and Strategical Behavior: an Experiment Political Economy I SATURDAY 8.30 Schram, Arthur Dreher
Marsiliani, Laura Political Institutions, Environmental Policy and Growth Environment II FRIDAY 11.00 Aidt, Toke Morrissey
Mazzanti, Massimiliano Social Capital and R&D as Joint Driving Forces behind Technological Innovations in an Industrial District Trust and Social Capital FRIDAY 16.00 Voigt, Stefan Paldam
Meon, Pierre-Guillaume Institutional reforms Now and Benefits Tomorrow: How far is tomorrow? Electoral Systems SATURDAY 11.00 Goehlmann, Silja Tullock
Mercik, Jacek Does Voting over National Dimension Provide more National Influence in the European Parliament than Voting over Ideological Dimension? European Union III SUNDAY 9.00 Graeff, Peter Veiga
Michaelowa, Katharina What Determines Evaluation Outcomes? - Evidence from Bi- and Multilateral Development Cooperation Development SATURDAY 8.30 Borella, Sara Krug
Montoro-Pons, Juan D Multiple "Honest Equilibria" in an Evolutionary Public Goods setting Public Goods FRIDAY 16.00 Lacombe, Christine Almeida de Aguiar Easaw
Morrissey, Oliver Tough Love versus Unconditional Charity Public Goods FRIDAY 16.00 Bruegger, Esther Easaw
Münster, Johannes Simultaneous Inter- and Intra-Group Conflicts Interest Groups FRIDAY 16.00 Fidrmuc, Jan Josselin
Nannestad, Peter Taxing the Rich or Poor? Immigrants on the Dole as the Socially Optimal Policy Outcome for Rational Egalitarians Migration II SUNDAY 9.00 Gerard, Marcel Gekker
Ottone, Stefania Transfers and Altruistic Punishments in Third Party Punishment Game Experiments Public Goods FRIDAY 16.00 Steffen, Frank Easaw
Padovano, Fabio

A Model of Interjurisdictional Redistribution

Grants and Subsidies THURSDAY 16.30 Aysan, Ahmet Faruk Jennings
Pajala, Antti Beyond informal compromise: Testing conditional formal procedures of EU decision-making European Union I THURSDAY 16.30 Skak, Morten Blankart
Paldam, Martin Why is the World Short of Democracy? A Cross-Country Analysis of Barriers to Representative Government Corruption I FRIDAY 8.30 Pignon, Virginie Schneider
Paldam, Martin Immigration policy and the Nordic welfare states Migration I FRIDAY 11.00 Bjørnskov, Christian Ferrero
Pardo, Jose Casas The Spanish Transition to Democracy: A Public Choice Approach Transition Economics FRIDAY 8.30 Michaelowa, Katharina Gerxhani
Pech, Gerald A Coalition Dominance Approah to party behavior and the moderating effects of proportional representation Political Institutions FRIDAY 16.00 Jennings, Colin Hillman
Perrot, Delphine Asymmetric Information and Security of Supply: An Application of Agency Theory to Electricity Markets Competition FRIDAY 16.00 Wolf, Sacha G Salmon
Pickhardt, Michael Aggregation Technologies and the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods: Experimental Evidence Public Goods FRIDAY 16.00 Gerxhani, Klarita Easaw
Pinar, Abuzer The Redistributive Impact of Fiscal Policy in Turkey: A Micro-Data Analysis Taxation SATURDAY 8.30 Feld, Lars P Eichenberger
Ponzano, Ferruccio Competition Among Different Levels of Government: The Re-Election Problem Re-Election Theory FRIDAY 8.30 Renstrom, Thomas Aidt
Renstrom, Thomas Political Institutions and Economic Growth Political Institutions FRIDAY 16.00 Congleton, Roger Hillman
Ricciuti, Roberto Chief Executives' Term Limits and Fiscal Policy Choices: International Evidence Electoral Systems SATURDAY 11.00 Buchen, Clemens Tullock
Rønning, Marte Property Taxation as Determinant of School District Efficiency Education II SATURDAY 8.30 Schutz, Gabriela Galli
Russo, Giuseppe Selective Immigration Policies, Human Capital
Accumulation and Migration Duration in Infinite Horizon
Migration II SUNDAY 9.00 Imbeau, Louis M Gekker
Salmon, Pierre Political Yardstick Competition and Corporate Governance in the European Union European Union III SUNDAY 9.00 Delfgaauw, Josse Veiga
Santos-Bravo, Ana Bela   Terrorism FRIDAY 8.30 Jean, Nicolas Nannestad
Savoia, Antonio The Relationship between Income Inequlaity and Instirutions: An Empirical Analysis Inequality and Redistribution FRIDAY 8.30 Geller, Chris Padovano
Schaltegger, Christoph Trust and Fiscal Performance: A Panel Analysis with Swiss Data Trust and Social Capital FRIDAY 16.00 de Haan, Jakob Paldam
Schelker, Mark Independent and Competing Institutions: An Effective Way to Control Government Evasion SUNDAY 9.00 Ottone, Stefania Baigent
Schmidt, Dorothee Morality and Conflict Aid SATURDAY 11.00 Wiermann, Christian Santos-Bravo
Schneider, Friedrich G The Size of the Shadow Economies of 145 Countries all over the World: First Results over the period 1999 to 2003 Shadow Economies FRIDAY 11.00 Schaltegger, Christoph Pardo
Schneider, Friedrich G Taxes and Benefits: Two Distinct Options to Cheat on the State Evasion SUNDAY 9.00 Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl Baigent
Schnellenbach, Jan Appeasing Nihilists? Some Economic Thoughts on Reducing Terrorist Activity Terrorism FRIDAY 8.30 Benesch, Christine Nannestad
Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl When Words Count More Than Votes: Decision-Making in the Federal Open Market Committee Central Banking SATURDAY 8.30 Horvath, Roman Bohn
Schram, Arthur Preference Uncertainty and Voter Participation: An Experimental Study Voting SATURDAY 11.00 Pickhardt, Michael Schonhardt-Bailey
Schütz, Gabriela Education Policy and Equality of Opportunity Education I FRIDAY 8.30 Ronning, Marte Da Empoli
Schwarz, Peter Deficits and Divided Governments: The Case of the German "Bundesrat" Budgeting and Credibility FRIDAY 11.00 Lemennicier, Bertrand Hayo
Seldadyo, Harry The Determinants of Corruption: A Reinvestigation Corruption I FRIDAY 8.30 Schwarz, Peter Schneider
Siebel, Jens Peter Budget Deficit, Size of the Public sector and Majority Voting Public Debt SATURDAY 11.00 Heinemann, Friedrich Marchese
Skak, Morten Labour Market Reform Incentives in the European Economic and Monetary Union European Union II SATURDAY 8.30 Brandauer, Stefan Fidrmuc
Spagat, Michael Foreign Aid Designed to Diminish Terrorist Atrocities can Increase them Trust and Social Capital FRIDAY 16.00 van Hees, Martin Paldam
Steffen, Frank The Chairman's Paradox Revisited Political Economy I SATURDAY 8.30 Paldam, Martin Dreher
Sturm, Jan-Egbert Policy Adjustments and the Sustainability of Public Finances in the Netherlands Public Debt SATURDAY 11.00 Dominguez Martinez, Silvia Marchese
Suojanen, Maria Proportionality Examined Through Profiles in the European Parliamentary Elections 1979-1999 Electoral Systems SATURDAY 11.00 Geys, Benny Tullock
Šušteršič, Snezana Political Stock Market in an Emerging Market Economy Transition Economics FRIDAY 8.30 Lamla, Michael Gerxhani
Suphachalasai, Suphachol Bureaucraic Corruption and Mass Media Corruption II FRIDAY 11.00 Wrasai, Phongthorn Eusepi
Svendsen, Gert Tinggard The Bureaucrat and the Sea: A Budget Catch Model of Bureaucratic Rent-Seeking Corruption II FRIDAY 11.00 Padovano, Fabio Eusepi
Tavares, Samia Does Rapid Trade Liberalization Increase Corruption? International Trade THURSDAY 16.30 Chauvet, Lisa Renstrom
Tridimas, George The Determinants of Independent Judicial Review Constitutions SATURDAY 8.30 Wintrobe, Ron Congleton
Tullock, Gordon The Mystery of Brazil Size of Government SUNDAY 9.00 Josselin, Jean-Michel Dijkstra
Turnovec, Frantisek Power Indices: A Unified Approach Political Economy II SATURDAY 11.00 Zanardi, Alberto Winer
Ueda, Yoshifumi How to Finance Collective Action for the Global Commons: Social Entrepreneurs and “Eco-Goods” Schemes Environment I THURSDAY 16.30 Konishi, Hideki Borge
Vaubel, Roland The Role of Competition in the Rise of Baroque and Renaissance Music Competition FRIDAY 16.00 Zimmermann, Ekkart Salmon
van Hees, Martin In Praise of Manipulation Social Choice FRIDAY 8.30 Ida, Tomoya Hagen
Vargas Juan The Severity of the Columbian Conflict: Cross-Country Datasets versus New Micro data Development SATURDAY 8.30 Anwar, Mumtaz Krug
Vermeir, Jan Does Budgetary Inertia Increase Presidential Popularity? An Empirical Analysis for Post-War US Political Cycles SUDAY 9.00 Ebeling, Michael Schram
Veiga, Francisco José Does political instability lead to higher inflation? A panel data analysis Monetary Policy I FRIDAY 16.00 Hayo, Bernd Heinemann
Veiga, Linda Goncalves The Determinants of Intergovernmental Grants in Portugal: A Public Choice Approach Grants and Subsidies THURSDAY 16.30 Siebel, Jens Peter Jennings
Voigt, Stefan Power over Prosecutors Corrupts Politicians: Cross Country Evidence Using a New Indicator Corruption I FRIDAY 8.30 Feldmann, Horst Schneider
Weiffen, Britta The Cultural-Economic Syndrome: Impediments to Democracy in the Middle East Culture SUNDAY 9.00 Krug, Barbara Wintrobe
Wiermann, Christian Labor Heterogeneity and Trade Liberalisation: A Political Economy Approach International Trade THURSDAY 16.30 Ponzano, Ferruccio Renstrom
Winer, Stanley Politics versus Economics in the Explanation of Government Size Size of Government SUNDAY 9.00 Galli, Emma Dijkstra
Wintrobe, Ron Rational Extremism: The Calculus of Discontent -
For “Why Neighbours Kill”
Human Rights SATURDAY 11.00 Tridimas, George Zimmermann
Wolf, Sacha Health Policy-Making in the German Pharmaceutical Sector: A History of Cycles Political Cycles SUNDAY 9.00 Meon, Pierre-Guillaume Schram
Wrasai, Phongthorn Quality of Politicians and Reelection Concerns Re-Election Theory FRIDAY 8.30 Widgren, Mika Aidt
Wrede, Matthias Political Economy of Commuting Subsidies Grants and Subsidies SUNDAY 9.00 Muenster, Johannes Jennings
Zanardi, Alberto Heterogeneity in individual preferences for Public Expenditure: What Suggestions fro the Assignment of Competancies to the EU? European Union II SATURDAY 8.30 Gehrmann, Bjorn Fidrmuc
Zhang, Xueyuan Historical Attitudes and Implications for Path Dependence: FDI Development and Institutional Changes in China Development SATURDAY 8.30 Jensen, Peter Krug
Zhu, Ze China's Emerging Tax Regime: Devolution, Fiscal Federalism or Tax Farming? Fiscal Federalism THURSDAY 16.30 Blume, Lorenz Jerome
Zimmermann, Ekkart More Thoughts on the Economics of Terrorism Terrorism FRIDAY 8.30 Blankart, Charles B Nannestad