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EARIE 2019

The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (GSE) and the PPSRC-IESE (Public-Private Sector Research Center) are organizing the 46th Annual Conference of the European Association for Research in Industrial Economics (EARIE). The conference will take place from August 30 - September 1, 2019 in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.

EARIE annual conference

The EARIE Annual Conference provides a yearly platform for delegates and members to present and discuss the latest research in Industrial Economics. The conference attracts more than 400 participants each year from Europe and other parts of the world. EARIE 2019 will take place at the campus of Ciutadella of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

Barcelona

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and is the second largest city of Spain. The city's origins can be traced back to the first century before Christ and the Roman colony of Barcino. Its two thousand years of history have left their mark on the city's architectural, artistic and cultural heritage.  Barcelona has splendid examples of architecture from the Modernist movement. Its excellent location in terms of international communication, its Mediterranean climate and its cosmopolitan character make it a particularly privileged city.

Registration 

To register for EARIE 2019, please follow this link. There is a reduced fee when registering early; that is until June 16, 2019. Presenters must register before this date.
 

Conference program

The EARIE 2019 conference program will consist of contributed and invited sessions. The EARIE 2019 Scientific Committee is chaired by Jan De Loecker (KU Leuven) and the Local Organizing Committee by Albert Banal-Estañol (UPF and Barcelona GSE).
 

Keynote Speakers

  • Kate Ho (Princeton University), "Key Questions in Health Insurance Market Design"
  • Alessandro Gavazza (London School of Economics), "Industrial Organization and Household Finance"

Plenary panel

Market Power: Technology and Labor Markets

Invited Sessions

Common Ownership

Energy and the Environment

  • Estelle Cantillon (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management- ECARES)
  • Natalia Fabra (Unuversidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Industrial Policy in China

Media and Competition

Mergers and Competition Policy

Trading, Risk Sharing and Exchange Competition

Organizers

Scientific Committee

  • Jan De Loecker (KU Leuven), Chair
  • Jaap Abbring (Tilburg University)
  • Victor Aguirregabiria (University of Toronto)
  • John Asker (UCLA)
  • Heski Bar-Isaac (University of Toronto)
  • Eric Bartelsman (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute)
  • Panle Barwick (Cornell University)
  • Özlem Bedre-Defolie (ESMT Berlin)
  • Simon Board (UCLA)
  • Luis Cabral (NYU Stern)
  • Julia Cagé (Sciences Po Paris)
  • Giacomo Calzolari (European University Institute)
  • Estelle Cantillon (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
  • Bruno Cassiman (IESE)
  • Federico Ciliberto (University of Virginia)
  • Sofonis Clerides (University of Cyprus)
  • Allan Collard-Wexler (Duke University)
  • Pascal Guy Courty (University of Victoria)
  • Gregory S Crawford (University of Zurich)
  • Nicolas de Roos (University of Sydney)
  • Ulrich Doraszelski (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Pierre Dubois (University of Toulouse)
  • Tomaso Duso (DIW Berlin & TU Berlin)
  • Liran Einav (Stanford University)
  • Alon Eizenberg (Hebrew University Jerusalem)
  • Susanna Esteban (CEMFI)
  • Natalia Fabra (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
  • Ying Fan (University of Michigan)
  • Sara Fisher Ellison (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Chiara Fumagalli (Bocconi University)
  • Philippe Gagnepain (Paris School of Economics-Paris 1)
  • Alessandro Gavazza (London School of Economics)
  • David Genesove (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Paul Grieco (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Michael D. Grubb (Boston College)
  • Martin Hackmann (UCLA)
  • Marina Halac (Yale University)
  • Dietmar Harhoff (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition)
  • Paul Heidhues (University of Düsseldorf)
  • Kate Ho (Princeton University)
  • Steffen Hoernig (Nova School of Business and Economics)
  • Elisabetta Iossa (University of Rome Tor Vergata)
  • Bruno Jullien (Toulouse School of Economics)
  • Myrto Kalouptsidi (Harvard University)
  • Jakub Kastl (Princeton University)
  • Ryan Kellogg (Harris Public Policy, University of Chicago)
  • Tobias Klein (Tilburg University)
  • Tobias Kretschmer (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
  • Margaret Kyle (MINES and CERNA)
  • Saul Lach (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Patrick Legros (Northeastern University and Université Libre de Bruxelles)
  • Francesca Lotti (Bank of Italy)
  • Jeanine Miklos-Thal (University of Rochester)
  • José L. Moraga (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
  • Massimo Motta (ICREA-UPF and Barcelona GSE)
  • Andreas Moxnes (University of Oslo)
  • Francesco Nava (London School of Economics)
  • Volker Nocke (UCLA)
  • Ayse Pehlivan (Bilkent University)
  • Martin Peitz (University of Mannheim)
  • Helena Perrone (University of Mannheim)
  • Andrea Pozzi (EIEF)
  • Susanne Prantl (University of Cologne)
  • Régis Renault (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
  • Patrick Rey (Toulouse School of Economics)
  • Andrew Rhodes (Toulouse School of Economics)
  • Mark Roberts (Pennsylvania State University)
  • Carlos Santos (Nova SBE)
  • Pasquale Schiraldi (London School of Economics)
  • Fabiano Schivardi (LUISS and EIEF)
  • Philipp Schmidt-Dengler (University of Vienna)
  • Armin Schmutzler (University of Zurich)
  • Nicolas Schultz (University of Mannheim)
  • Fiona Scott Morton (Yale University)
  • Katja Seim (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Sandro Shelegia (UPF and Barcelona GSE)
  • Howard Smith (University of Oxford)
  • Michelle Sovinsky (University of Mannheim)
  • Giancarlo Spagnolo (Stockholm School of Economics-SITE, EIEF and Tor Vergata)
  • Yossi Spiegel (Tel Aviv University)
  • Frode Steen (Norwegian School of Economics)
  • Joel Stiebale (DICE)
  • Roland Strausz (Humboldt Universitaet Berlin)
  • John Sutton (London School of Economics)
  • Chad Syverson (University of Chicago)
  • Emanuele Tarantino (University of Mannheim)
  • Catherine Thomas (London School of Economics)
  • Otto Toivanen (Aalto University School of Business)
  • Tommaso Valletti (Imperial College London)
  • Johannes van Biesebroeck (KU Leuven)
  • Frank Verboven (KU Leuven)
  • Nikos Vettas (Athens University of Economics and Business)
  • Reinhilde Veugelers (KU Leuven)
  • Van Anh Vuong (University of Cologne)
  • Matthijs Wildenbeest (Indiana University)
  • Julian Wright (National University of Singapore)
  • Vives Xavier (IESE)
  • Mo Xiao (University of Arizona)
  • Yi (Daniel) Xu (Duke University)
  • Yaron Yehezkel (Tel Aviv University)
  • Ali Yurukoglu (Stanford University)
  • Jidong Zhou (Yale University)
  • Christiane Zulehner (University of Vienna)