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[Central European Summer Time (CEST)]

June 17

08:45 to 09:00                  Welcome addresses: Maria Cristina Pierro (Dipartimento di Economia, Università dell’Insubria), Antonella Stirati (STOREP President), Ivan Moscati (Università dell’Insubria)

09:00 to 10:30                  Parallel Sessions A

10:30 to 11:00                  Coffee break

11:00 to 13:00                  Parallel Sessions B

13:00 to 14:00                  Lunch

14:00 to 15:30                  INET-STOREP Joint initiative: “Modern Money Theory – What Is New, What Is Good and What Is Relevant for Eurozone Countries?”.

15:30 to 16:00                  Coffee break

16:00 to 17:30                  Raffaelli Lecture: Steven G. Medema (Duke University), “What Happened on Blackstone Avenue? Exorcising Coase Theorem Mythology”. Chair: Ivan Moscati (Università dell’Insubria)

17:30 to 18:00                  Coffee break

18:00 to 19:30                  Parallel Sessions C

 

June 18

09:00 to 11:00                  Parallel Sessions D

11:00 to 11:30                  Coffee break

11:30 to 13:30                  Parallel Sessions E

13:30 to 14:30                  Lunch

14:30 to 16:00                  Invited Lecture: Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law School), “Coding Capital: The Legal Origins of Private Wealth”. Chair: Massimiliano Vatiero (Università di Trento & Università della Svizzera italiana)

16:00 to 16:30                  Coffee break

16:30 to 18:00                  Parallel Sessions F

18:00 to 18:30                  Coffee break

18:30 to 19:30                  STOREP General Assembly

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS A

Session 1: [L&E] French Association of Law and Economics / STOREP Joint session
June 17, 2021 9:00 to 10:30

Session Chair: Sophie Harnay, Université Paris Nanterre

1. Framing the Institutional Choice, 1937-1970: Ronald Coase, New institutional Economics and the Neglect of the Commons
By Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay; Goldsmiths, University of London
Aleksandar Stojanovic; New York University Shanghai
presented by: Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay, Goldsmiths, University of London
Discussant: Frédéric Marty, Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis

2. Structuring ecosystems, competition and public interest: Lessons from the history of the U.S. notion of “affectation with public interest” in the antitrust laws enforcement and in the U.S. regulatory commissions practice in the first decades of the 20th
By Thierry Kirat; Université Dauphine PSL
Frédéric Marty; Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis
presented by: Thierry Kirat, Université Dauphine PSL
Frédéric Marty, Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis
Discussant: Virgile Chassagnon, Université Grenoble Alpes

3. Organization atmosphere, private ordering and industrial pluralism: Williamson’s evolving science of organization
By Virgile Chassagnon; Université Grenoble Alpes
presented by: Virgile Chassagnon, Université Grenoble Alpes
Discussant: Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay, Goldsmiths, University of London

Session 2: [HISTORY] The interwar period
June 17, 2021 9:00 to 10:30

Session Chair: Paolo Paesani, Università di Roma Tor Vergata

1. Was Weimar Germany affected by a Dutch disease after the Dawes Plan?
By Elena Seghezza; Università di Genova
presented by: Elena Seghezza, Università di Genova
Discussant: Paolo Paesani, Università di Roma Tor Vergata

2. The 1923 “quasi abolition” of inheritance tax. A case study on the political economy of “laissez faire fascism”
By Giacomo Gabbuti; St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford
presented by: Giacomo Gabbuti, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford
Discussant: Mario Pomini, Università di Padova

3. Austerity Liberalism and Fascism After WWI
By Clara Mattei; New School For Social Research
presented by: Clara Mattei, New School For Social Research
Discussant: Vincent Carret, Université Lumière Lyon-2

Session 3: [ISSUES] Stagnation and secular stagnation
June 17, 2021 9:00 to 10:30

Session Chair: Carlo Cristiano, Università di Pisa

1. Does the Secular Stagnation Hypothesis Match with Data? Evidence from USA
By Andrea Borsato; University of Strasbourg
presented by: Andrea Borsato, University of Strasbourg
Discussant: Matteo Deleidi, University College London

2. Concentration, Stagnation and Inequality: an Agent-Based Approach
By Roberta Terranova; Bielefeld University/University of Surrey
presented by: Roberta Terranova, Bielefeld University/University of Surrey
Discussant: Walter Paternesi Meloni, Freie Universität Berlin

3. Financial rent and economic stagnation
By Giovanni Scarano; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Giovanni Scarano, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Carlo Cristiano, Università di Pisa

Session 4: [ECON as DISC] Data-driven analyses of social science disciplines
June 17, 2021 9:00 to 10:30

Session Chair: Ivan Moscati, Università dell’Insubria

1. When Philosophy Meets Formal Methods: a Data-Driven Analysis of Early Approaches between Disciplines
By Paolo Tripodi; Università di Torino
Guido Bonino; Università di Torino
Eugenio Petrovich; Università di Siena
Paolo Maffezioli; University of Barcelona
presented by: Paolo Tripodi, Università di Torino
Eugenio Petrovich, Università di Siena
Guido Bonino; Università di Torino
Discussant: Ivan Moscati, Università dell’Insubria

2. Is there cross fertilization in macroeconomics? The case of DSGE and macro agent based models
By Muriel Dal Pont Legrand; Université Côte d’Azur
Alberto Baccini; Università di Siena
Martina Cioni; University of Siena
Eugenio Petrovich; Università di Siena
presented by: Muriel Dal Pont Legrand, Université Côte d’Azur
Discussant: Eugenio Caverzasi, Università dell’Insubria

3. Research communities and academic journals
By Mario Cedrini; Università di Torino
Angela Ambrosino; Università di Torino
presented by: Mario Cedrini, Università di Torino
Discussant: Alberto Baccini, Università di Siena

Session 5: [MACRO] Labour: History, institutions, and policies
June 17, 2021 9:00 to 10:30

Session Chair: Antonella Stirati, Università Roma Tre

1. Governing conflict. Law and Industrial Relations in Italy, 1945-1980
By Roberto Ganau; New York University
presented by: Roberto Ganau, New York University
Discussant: Antonella Stirati, Università Roma Tre

2. The Changing Configuration of Employment in Italy. The Effectiveness of Active Labour Market Policy (1990s-2010s)
By Chiara Natalie Focacci; Università di Bologna
presented by: Chiara Natalie Focacci, Università di Bologna
Discussant: Gaetano Perone, Università di Bergamo

3. The effect of labor market institutions and macroeconomic variables on aggregate unemployment in 1990–2019: Evidence from 22 European countries.
By Gaetano Perone; Università di Bergamo
presented by: Gaetano Perone, Università di Bergamo
Discussant: Claudia Fontanari, Università Roma Tre

Session 6: [L&E] Law and the economic system in developmental contexts
June 17, 2021 11:00 to 13:00

Session Chair: Chiara Natalie Focacci, Università di Bologna

1. Standard Essential Patents: An Analysis of Evolving Jurisprudence and its Impact on Policy in the Indian Context
By Keerti Pendyal; Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
presented by: Keerti Pendyal, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Discussant: Ingrid Kvangraven, University of York

2. Economic analysis of Brazilian Law: From Reproduction to understanding
By Guilherme Aleixo; FGV Escola de Direito do Rio de Janeiro
presented by: Guilherme Aleixo, FGV Escola de Direito do Rio de Janeiro
Discussant: Gianluca Damiani, Università degli Studi di Torino-Università degli Studi di Firenze

3. A dishonorable choice: slavery, path dependency and regulation of property rights in 19th century Brazil
By Thiago Corrêa
Lucas Gomes; Fundação Getúlio Vargas
presented by: Lucas Gomes, Fundação Getúlio Vargas
Thiago Corrêa,
Discussant: Giulio Guarini, Università della Tuscia

4. The Long-Term Effects of Short-Term Populist Law Reforms: Evidence from Argentina
By Maximilliano Marzetti; IESEG School of Management
Rok Spruk; University of Ljubljana
presented by: Rok Spruk, University of Ljubljana
Discussant: Chiara Natalie Focacci, Università di Bologna

Session 7: [HISTORY] Sraffa, Sraffians, and Sraffian themes
June 17, 2021 11:00 to 13:00

Session Chair: Luca Fantacci, Università Bocconi

1. Krishna Bharadwaj on expectations in economics
By Maria Cristina Marcuzzo; Università di Roma La Sapienza
presented by: Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Discussant: Luca Fantacci, Università Bocconi

2. The notion of progress and the evolution of wage-curves. A comment on the debate between ‘Sraffians’ and Blaug on the labor theory of value in classical economics
By Michael Gaul; Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
presented by: Michael Gaul, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Discussant: Saverio M. Fratini, Università Roma Tre

3. The Founding Fathers of Law and Economics and Piero Sraffa: A Historical Perspective on Theories of Value and Distribution
By Florenz Volkaert; Ghent University
presented by: Florenz Volkaert, Ghent University
Discussant: Claudia Sunna, Università del Salento

Session 8: [ISSUES] COVID-19 through the lenses of feminist economics (MINERVA LAB Session)
June 17, 2021 11:00 to 13:00

Session Chair: Muriel Dal Pont Legrand, Université Côte d’Azur

1. Social Reproduction as Method: Pandemic Neoliberalism and its Reproductive Crises of Work, Life & Death
By Alessandra Mezzadri; SOAS University of London
presented by: Alessandra Mezzadri, SOAS University of London
Discussant: Danielle Guizzo, University of Bristol

2. Transformations in the Gender Gaps in Paid and Unpaid Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings from Turkey
By Ipek Ilkkaracan; Istanbul Technical University
Emel Memis; Ankara University
presented by: Ipek Ilkkaracan, Istanbul Technical University
Discussant: Muriel Dal Pont Legrand, Université Côte d’Azur

3. A Feminist Reading of Italy’s North–South Dualism in the Wake of COVID-19
By Erica Aloe; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Marcella Corsi; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Giulia Zacchia; Università di Roma La Sapienza
presented by: Giulia Zacchia, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Marcella Corsi; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Discussant: Antonella Palumbo, Università Roma Tre

4. Implications of the covid-19 pandemic for women’s economic empowerment in Jordan
By Ayse Aylin Bayar; ITU Management Faculty
Ipek Ilkkaracan; Istanbul Technical University
presented by: Ayse Aylin Bayar, ITU Management Faculty
Discussant: Andrea Borsato, University of Strasbourg

Session 9: [ECON as DISC] Economics: The human dimension
June 17, 2021 11:00 to 13:00

Session Chair: Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre

1. Economic theory and philosophical anthropology: Marx, Gramsci, Sraffa and the study of human nature
By Alessandro Le Donne; Università di Genova
presented by: Alessandro Le Donne, Università di Genova
Discussant: Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre

2. Partially Right Means Generally Wrong: Why Some Covid-19 Mitigation Strategies Keep on Failing
By Jan-Philip Elm; University of Hamburg
Roee Sarel; University of Hamburg
presented by: Roee Sarel, University of Hamburg
Discussant: Salvatore Spagano, Università di Catania

3. The concept of spiritual and moral capital and its relation to human and social capital in economics
By Anna Horodecka; Warsaw School of Economics
presented by: Anna Horodecka, Warsaw School of Economics
Discussant: Alessandro Le Donne, Università di Genova

4. A Historical Approach to the Subjectivist Interpretation of the Stochastic Nature Inherent to Econometric Models
By Mirta Gonzalez; Universidad de Buenos Aires
Alberto Landro; University of Buenos Aires
presented by: Mirta Gonzalez, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Discussant: Raffaello Seri, Università dell’Insubria

Session 10: [MACRO] Money, finance and distribution (IPKN session A)
June 17, 2021 11:00 to 13:00

Session Chair: Marco Veronese Passarella, University of Leeds

1. Sources of finance and balance sheet restructuring in Italy: an assessment based of the monetary circuit theory
By Marcello Spanò; Università dell’Insubria
presented by: Marcello Spanò, Università dell’Insubria
Discussant: Marco Veronese Passarella, University of Leeds

2. Disentangling the Connection between Marx’s ‘Sixth’ Countertendency to a Falling Rate of Profit and the Rise of Financialization
By Stefano Di Bucchianico; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Stefano Di Bucchianico, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Giovanni Scarano, Università Roma Tre

3. On the monetary nature of savings: some observations about the non-neutrality of money
By Giancarlo Bertocco; Università dell’Insubria
Andrea Kalajzic; Università dell’Insubria
presented by: Giancarlo Bertocco, Università dell’Insubria
Andrea Kalajzic; Università dell’Insubria
Discussant: Riccardo Pariboni, Università di Siena

4. What has driven the delinking of wages from productivity? A political economy-based investigation for high-income economies
By Walter Paternesi Meloni; Freie Universität Berlin
Antonella Stirati; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Walter Paternesi Meloni, Freie Universität Berlin
Discussant: Mario Morroni, Università di Pisa

Session 11: [L&E] Law and economics: Institutions
June 17, 2021 18:00 to 19:30

Session Chair: Jaroslaw Beldowski, Warsaw School of Economics

1. ESMA and residual lawmaking: the political economy of ESMA’s product intervention on binary options and contracts for differences
By Pablo Iglesias Rodriguez; University of Sussex
presented by: Pablo Iglesias Rodriguez, University of Sussex
Discussant: Lucas Gomes, Fundação Getúlio Vargas

2. The Italian Regime for Collusive Takeovers: How Legal Culture and Market and Political Forces Have Upended the Law
By Casimiro Nigro; Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main
presented by: Casimiro Nigro, Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main
Discussant: Jaroslaw Beldowski, Warsaw School of Economics

3. The SEC, Digital Assets and Game Theory
By Yuliya Guseva; Rutgers Law School
presented by: Yuliya Guseva, Rutgers Law School
Discussant: Giancarlo Bertocco, Università dell’Insubria

Session 12: [HISTORY] Development and thinking on development
June 17, 2021 18:00 to 19:30

Session Chair: Matías Vernengo, Bucknell University

1. An American Economist in a Developmental State: Marion Clawson and Israeli Agricultural Policy, 1953-1955
By Daniel Schiffman; Ariel University
Eli Goldstein; Ashkelon Academic College
presented by: Daniel Schiffman, Ariel University
Discussant: Elena Seghezza, Università di Genova

2. Challenging Conventional Wisdom: E. Boserup on Population, Women and Economic Development
By Claudia Sunna; Università del Salento
presented by: Claudia Sunna, Università del Salento
Discussant: Maria Cristina Barbieri Góes, Università Roma Tre

3. Thirlwall’s law: Binding-constraint or centre-of-gravity?
By Marwil Dávila-Fernández; Bucknell University
Serena Sordi; Università di Siena
presented by: Marwil Dávila-Fernández, Bucknell University
Discussant: Matías Vernengo, Bucknell University

Session 13: [ECON as DISC] GIDE / STOREP Joint Session: “Challenging Chicago paradigm in law and economics: Three liberal criticisms”
June 17, 2021 18:00 to 19:30

Session Chair: Samuel Ferey, Université de Lorraine

1. Buchanan, economics and the law
By Alain Marciano; Université de Montpellier
presented by: Alain Marciano, Université de Montpellier
Discussant: Samuel Ferey, Université de Lorraine

2. Cass Sunstein and Behavioral law and economics: A Republican criticism against the Chicago School ?
By Samuel Ferey; Université de Lorraine
presented by: Samuel Ferey, Université de Lorraine
Discussant: Cyril Hédoin, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne

3. In Search of a Stable Consensus: Rawls’s Model of Public Reason and its Critics
By Cyril Hédoin; Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
presented by: Cyril Hédoin, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
Discussant: Alain Marciano, Université de Montpellier

Session 14: [MACRO] Economic modelling
June 17, 2021 18:00 to 19:30

Session Chair: Massimo Di Matteo, Università di Siena

1. Rupture and continuity in the original divide between micro-dynamics and macro-dynamics
By Vincent Carret; Université Lumière Lyon-2
presented by: Vincent Carret, Université Lumière Lyon-2
Discussant: Marcello Spanò, Università dell’Insubria

2. Centralized and decentralized strategies of multi-country macroeconometric modeling: The case of the European Commission in the 1970s and 1980s
By Juan Acosta; Universidad de los Andes
Antonella Rancan; Università del Molise
Francesco Sergi; LIPHA Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne
presented by: Antonella Rancan, Università del Molise
Discussant: Massimo Di Matteo, Università di Siena

3. How Short is the Short Run in the Neo-Kaleckian Growth Model?
By Ettore Gallo; The New School for Social Research
presented by: Ettore Gallo, The New School for Social Research
Discussant: Guilherme Spinato Morlin, Università di Siena

Session 15: [L&E] Firms, markets, and power
June 18, 2021 9:00 to 11:00

Session Chair: Virgile Chassagnon, Université Grenoble Alpes

1. Antitrust Law & Economics Under Attack: Populism Versus Innovation
By Aurelien Portuese; Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
presented by: Aurelien Portuese, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Discussant: Rok Spruk, University of Ljubljana

2. Revisiting the External Financial Dependence index in light of the rise of Corporate Net Lending: What do we really measure?
By Davide Villani; The Open University
presented by: Davide Villani, The Open University
Discussant: Pablo Iglesias Rodriguez, University of Sussex

3. Is the hierarchical nature of the firm repugnant?
By Massimiliano Vatiero; Università di Trento & Università della Svizzera italiana
presented by: Massimiliano Vatiero, Università di Trento & Università della Svizzera italiana
Discussant: Virgile Chassagnon, Université Grenoble Alpes

4. Uncertainty, the market-firm dichotomy and the firm as a legal entity
By Liudmyla Vozna; Independent researcher
presented by: Liudmyla Vozna, Independent researcher
Discussant: Casimiro Nigro, Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main

Session 16: [HISTORY] Sraffian approaches in macroeconomics
June 18, 2021 9:00 to 11:00

Session Chair: Stefano Di Bucchianico, Università Roma Tre

1. A Sraffian-Schumpeterian Framework to Explain the Technological Lock-In in Developing Economies
By Lorenzo Nalin; Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
Giuliano Toshiro Yajima; Università di Roma La Sapienza
presented by: Giuliano Toshiro Yajima, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Discussant: Alessandro Le Donne, Università di Genova

2. A Tale of Three Prices: Monetary Policy and Autonomous Consumption in the US Economy
By Maria Cristina Barbieri Góes; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Maria Cristina Barbieri Góes, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Clara Mattei, New School For Social Research

3. Keynes’s finance, the monetary and demand-led circuits: a Sraffian assessment
By Sergio Cesaratto; Università di Siena
Riccardo Pariboni; Università di Siena
presented by: Sergio Cesaratto, Università di Siena
Discussant: Marco Veronese Passarella, University of Leeds

4. Growth and debt stability in a supermultiplier model with public expenditures and foreign trade
By Guilherme Spinato Morlin; Università di Siena
presented by: Guilherme Spinato Morlin, Università di Siena
Discussant: Marco Amendola, Università Parthenope di Napoli

Session 17: [ISSUES] Multiple perspectives on European integration
June 18, 2021 9:00 to 11:00

Session Chair: Ivo Maes, National Bank of Belgium

1. Brexit means Brexit: Epistemic modality and the ontology of political discourse
By Imko Meyenburg; Anglia Ruskin University
presented by: Imko Meyenburg, Anglia Ruskin University
Discussant: Roberta Terranova, Bielefeld University/University of Surrey

2. Friedrich List’s Legacy and His Influence on European Economic Integration
By Flávio Oliveira; Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
presented by: Flávio Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Discussant: Giovanni Scarano, Università Roma Tre

3. The credibility of monetary policy and the fiscal response to the pandemic in the Eurozone
By Pompeo Della Posta; Università di Pisa
Mario Morroni; Università di Pisa
presented by: Mario Morroni, Università di Pisa
Pompeo Della Posta, Università di Pisa
Discussant: Ivo Maes, National Bank of Belgium

4. Challenging the erosion of the common good in the European Union in the Covid-19 era
By Alina Szypulewska-Porczynska; Warsaw School of Economics
Anna Horodecka; Warsaw School of Economics
Edyta Zdunska-Leseux; Warsaw School of Economics
presented by:
Alina Szypulewska-Porczynska; Warsaw School of Economics
Edyta Zdunska-Leseux; Warsaw School of Economics
Anna Horodecka, Warsaw School of Economics
Discussant: Roee Sarel, University of Hamburg

Session 18: [ECON as DISC] The Chicago school of economics
June 18, 2021 9:00 to 11:00

Session Chair: Malte Dold, Pomona College

1. Natural Selection, the Chicago School, and the Market as a Learning Algorithm
By Ramsi Woodcock; University of Kentucky
presented by: Ramsi Woodcock, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Morten Luchtmann, Université de Lorraine

2. Remaking Law & Economics: What is new about the Law and Political Economy Movement?
By Felipe Figueroa Zimmermann; University of Warwick
presented by: Felipe Figueroa Zimmermann, University of Warwick
Discussant: Thierry Kirat, Université Dauphine PSL

3. Reformers of Positive Economics Meet Defenders of Friedmanian Principles: Chicago Rational Choice Economists react to Behavioral Economics Critique
By Morten Luchtmann; Université de Lorraine
presented by: Morten Luchtmann, Université de Lorraine
Discussant: Malte Dold, Pomona College

Session 19: [MACRO] Keynes and related issues
June 18, 2021 9:00 to 11:00

Session Chair: Katia Caldari, Università di Padova

1. From full to maximum employment in the USA: theoretical issues and policy measures in the years of Truman and Eisenhower
By Paolo Paesani; Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Antonella Palumbo; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Paolo Paesani, Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Discussant: Antonella Rancan, Università del Molise

2. Controversies in the history of National Accounting: a contrast between John Maynard Keynes and John Richard Nicholas Stone
By Conrado Krivochein; Universidade Federal Fluminense
presented by: Conrado Krivochein, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Discussant: Katia Caldari, Università di Padova

3. Did Pigou in the end agree with Keynes?
By Massimo Di Matteo; Università di Siena
presented by: Massimo Di Matteo, Università di Siena
Discussant: Antonella Palumbo, Università Roma Tre

4. Money as a standard of value
By Bruna Ingrao; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Francesco Ruggeri; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Claudio Sardoni; Università di Roma La Sapienza
presented by: Francesco Ruggeri, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Discussant: Enrico Bellino, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Session 20: [L&E] Law and economics as discipline
June 18, 2021 11:30 to 13:30

Session Chair: Alain Marciano, Université de Montpellier

1. The Economist and the Judge: Posner’s convergence towards Coase’s methodology
By Rafaël Lazega; Université de Lausanne
presented by: Rafaël Lazega, Université de Lausanne
Discussant: Samuel Ferey, Université de Lorraine

2. Opportunity, not Efficiency: How Behavioral Insights Must Lead to a Reorientation of the Normative Focus in Law and Economics
By Malte Dold; Pomona College
presented by: Malte Dold, Pomona College
Discussant: Florenz Volkaert, Ghent University

3. Setting the Stage for Disciplinary Transformations. Economic analysis and Social Sciences at the University of Rochester in the 1960s
By Gianluca Damiani; Università degli Studi di Torino-Università degli Studi di Firenze
presented by: Gianluca Damiani, Università degli Studi di Torino-Università degli Studi di Firenze
Discussant: Salvatore Spagano, Università di Catania

4. Unchartered developments of the first wave of Law and Economics – the case of Journal of Law and Economics (1900-1945)
By Jaroslaw Beldowski; Warsaw School of Economics
Michalina Wacław; SWPS University
presented by: Jaroslaw Beldowski, Warsaw School of Economics
Michalina Wacław; SWPS University
Discussant: Alain Marciano, Université de Montpellier

Session 21: [HISTORY] Foundational economists
June 18, 2021 11:30 to 13:30

Session Chair: Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Università di Roma La Sapienza

1. A Theory of Adam Smith’s Jurisprudence
By Robin Malloy; Syracuse University
presented by: Robin Malloy, Syracuse University
Discussant: Cyril Hédoin, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne

2. Turgot and Wimpey on Economic Information
By Richard Van den Berg; Kingston University
presented by: Richard Van den Berg, Kingston University
Discussant: Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Università di Roma La Sapienza

3. Errors in the early citations of Engel’s Law
By Raffaello Seri; Università dell’Insubria
presented by: Raffaello Seri, Università dell’Insubria
Discussant: Giacomo Gabbuti, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford

4. An economic advisor manqué finds a follower: Léon Walras and Étienne Antonelli
By Lucia Centurião; Universidade de São Paulo
presented by: Lucia Centurião, Universidade de São Paulo
Discussant: Ivan Rubinic, Maastricht University

Session 22: [ISSUES] Keynes’s ‘A Treatise on Probability’, 100 years later
June 18, 2021 11:30 to 13:30

Session Chair: Carlo Zappia, Università di Siena

1. Keynes’s uncertainty as a tragic rational dilemma
By Anna Carabelli; Università del Piemonte Orientale
presented by: Anna Carabelli, Università del Piemonte Orientale
Discussant: Carlo Zappia, Università di Siena

2. Keynes’s Treatise on Probability 100 Years Later: Small vs. large worlds and closed vs. open systems
By John Davis; Marquette University and University of Amsterdam
presented by: John Davis, Marquette University and University of Amsterdam
Discussant: Valentina Erasmo, Università degli Studi “Gabriele d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara

3. Difficulties in the Logical Interpretation of Probability
By Donald Gillies; University College London
presented by: Donald Gillies, University College London
Discussant: Carlo Zappia, Università di Siena

4. The most enduring message of Keynes’s Treatise on Probability
By Carlo Zappia; Università di Siena
presented by: Carlo Zappia, Università di Siena
Discussant: Zeid Al Kaffaf, Università dell’Insubria

Session 23: [ECON as DISC] Barriers to diversity and pluralism in economics teaching and research
June 18, 2021 11:30 to 13:30

Session Chair: Alberto Baccini, Università di Siena

1. How Different is Heterodox Economists’ Thinking on Teaching? A Contrastive Evaluation of Interview Data
By Danielle Guizzo; University of Bristol
presented by: Danielle Guizzo, University of Bristol
Discussant: Mario Cedrini, Università di Torino

2. Standing in the Way of Rigor? Economics’ Meeting with the Decolonizing Agenda
By Ingrid Kvangraven; University of York
Surbhi Kesar; South Asian University
presented by: Ingrid Kvangraven, University of York
Surbhi Kesar, South Asian University
Discussant: Danielle Guizzo, University of Bristol

3. There is strength in numbers. Scientific and professional ties as determinants of citations among UK economists
By Carlo D’Ippoliti; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Lucio Gobbi; Università di Trento
Christian Mongeau Ospina; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Giulia Zacchia; Università di Roma La Sapienza
presented by: Giulia Zacchia, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Discussant: Alberto Baccini, Università di Siena

4. Bocconi’s boys and friends go to ANVUR: is the Italian evaluation in economics biased?
By Alberto Baccini; Università di Siena
Cristina Re; Università di Siena
presented by: Cristina Re, Università di Siena
Discussant: J.Christopher Proctor, Université de Technologie de Compiègne

Session 24: [MACRO] Fiscal policy, potential output and employment (IPKN session B)
June 18, 2021 11:30 to 13:30

Session Chair: Massimo Cingolani, Private

1. Quantifying fiscal multipliers in Italy: A Panel SVAR analysis using regional data
By Matteo Deleidi; University College London
Davide Romaniello; Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Francesca Tosi; University of Bologna
presented by: Matteo Deleidi, University College London
Discussant: Guilherme Spinato Morlin, Università di Siena

2. The updated Okun method for estimation of potential output with broad measures of labor underutilization: an empirical analysis
By Claudia Fontanari; Università Roma Tre
Antonella Palumbo; Università Roma Tre
Chiara Salvatori; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Claudia Fontanari, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Ettore Gallo, The New School for Social Research

3. Beyond Job Guarantee: the Employer of Last Resort Scheme as a tool to promote growth and structural change
By Francesco Ruggeri; Università di Roma La Sapienza
Giuliano Toshiro Yajima; Università di Roma La Sapienza
presented by: Giuliano Toshiro Yajima, Università di Roma La Sapienza
Discussant: Enrico Bellino, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

4. Public consumption multipliers in slack and good periods: evidence from the Euro area
By Marco Amendola; Università Parthenope di Napoli
presented by: Marco Amendola, Università Parthenope di Napoli
Discussant: Matteo Deleidi, University College London

Session 25: [L&E] Law and economics at the edge
June 18, 2021 16:30 to 18:00

Session Chair: Yuliya Guseva, Rutgers Law School

1. Smart contracts, transaction costs and adaptation
By Massimiliano Vatiero; Università di Trento & Università della Svizzera italiana
presented by: Massimiliano Vatiero, Università di Trento & Università della Svizzera italiana
Discussant: Yuliya Guseva, Rutgers Law School

2. The Contrasting Approaches to Power of the Modern State and the Antitrust Laws: Lessons for Platform Regulation
By Ramsi Woodcock; University of Kentucky
presented by: Ramsi Woodcock, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Aurelien Portuese, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

3. Generalized Darwinism: An Auxiliary Hypothesis
By Salvatore Spagano; Università di Catania
presented by: Salvatore Spagano, Università di Catania
Discussant: Rafaël Lazega, Université de Lausanne

Session 26: [HISTORY] Political economy: Historical developments
June 18, 2021 16:30 to 18:00

Session Chair: Daniel Schiffman, Ariel University

1. The Rule of Law and Collective Bargaining – popular political economy in the legal recognition of British trade unions 1860-1875
By Shinsaku Onishi; University of Bristol
presented by: Shinsaku Onishi, University of Bristol
Discussant: Daniel Schiffman, Ariel University

2. Eastern Europe’s Post-Transitional Integration into Western Economic Relations Through Social Labour Recognition
By Ivan Rubinic; Maastricht University
presented by: Ivan Rubinic, Maastricht University
Discussant: Stefano Di Bucchianico, Università Roma Tre

3. The early invention of the Laffer curve: The mathematics of the progressive tax in the Italian tradition
By Mario Pomini; Università di Padova
presented by: Mario Pomini, Università di Padova
Discussant: Paolo Silvestri, Università di Torino

Session 27: [ISSUES] Economics and crime
June 18, 2021 16:30 to 18:00

Session Chair: Richard Van den Berg, Kingston University

1. Crime and Punishment: Adam Smith’s Theory of Sentimental Law and Economics
By Maria Pia Paganelli; Trinity University
Fabrizio Simon; Università di Palermo
presented by: Maria Pia Paganelli, Trinity University
Discussant: Richard Van den Berg, Kingston University

2. Morality, Justice and the Economic Theory of Crime: A Positive-Normative Analysis
By Felipe Sigrist; Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
presented by: Felipe Sigrist, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Discussant: Robin Malloy, Syracuse University

3. Revisiting the Income Inequality-Crime Puzzle
By Matteo Pazzona; Brunel University London
presented by: Matteo Pazzona, Brunel University London
Discussant: Maria Pia Paganelli, Trinity University

Session 28: [ECON as DISC] Competing paradigms in economics
June 18, 2021 16:30 to 18:00

Session Chair: Saverio M. Fratini, Università Roma Tre

1. Scarcity in the theories of value
By Antonella Palumbo; Università Roma Tre
presented by: Antonella Palumbo, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Saverio M. Fratini, Università Roma Tre

2. The young Robert Triffin’s criticism of Purchasing Power Parity
By Ivo Maes; National Bank of Belgium
presented by: Ivo Maes, National Bank of Belgium
Discussant: Mario Morroni, Università di Pisa

3. From Regulation to Deregulation and (Perhaps) Back: A Peculiar Continuity in the Analytical Framework
By Matías Vernengo; Bucknell University
presented by: Matías Vernengo, Bucknell University
Discussant: Angela Ambrosino, Università di Torino

Session 29: [MACRO] The economy and the environment
June 18, 2021 16:30 to 18:00

Session Chair: Claudia Sunna, Università del Salento

1. For better or for worse: The role of capacity utilization in modeling the energy transition
By J.Christopher Proctor; Université de Technologie de Compiègne
presented by: J.Christopher Proctor, Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Discussant: Giulio Guarini, Università della Tuscia

2. Making pollution an economic issue: the early reception of John Dales’s market for emissions rights
By Nathalie Berta; Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne
presented by: Nathalie Berta, Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne
Discussant: Marwil Dávila-Fernández, Bucknell University

3. An Ecological view of New Developmentalism: A Proposal of Integration
By Giulio Guarini; Università della Tuscia
José Luís Oreiro; Universidade de Brasília
presented by: Giulio Guarini, Università della Tuscia
Discussant: Claudia Sunna, Università del Salento