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					MONDAY 4 JULY 2011

            PRESIDENTIAL LECTURE
            Chairperson: Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University
  Session                                                               10:30-11:15

  L1        THE FIVE-PHASES OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL
            EVOLUTION IN CHINA AND JAPAN
                                                                         The Grand
                                                                         Auditorium

            Masahiko Aoki, Stanford University



            FITOUSSI LECTURE
  Session   Chairperson: Weihe Xie, Tsinghua University                 11:15-12:00
                                                                         The Grand
  L2        ECONOMICS AND CHINA'S ECONOMIC RISE                          Auditorium
            Jinglian Wu, China Development Center



            ENVIROMENTAL POLICY AND ECONOMY IN
            CHINA, THE U.S. AND THE WORLD
            Chairperson: Dale W. Jorgenson, Harvard University

            ENERGY, THE ENVIRONMENT AND U.S. ECONOMIC GROWTH
            Dale W. Jorgenson, Harvard University
            Richard J. Goettle, Northeastern University
            Mun S. Ho, Resources for the Future
            Peter J. Wilcoxen, Syracuse University
  Session
                                                                        13:15-14:45
  P3        COMPARING CLIMATE COMMITMENTS: A MODEL-BASED ANALYSIS OF      W 121
            THE COPENHAGEN ACCORD
            Warwick J. McKibbin, Australian National University
            Adele Morris, Brookings Institution
            Peter J. Wilcoxen, Syracuse University

            ECONOMICS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES IN CHINA
            Jing Cao, Tsinghua University
            Mun Ho, Resources for the Future
            Dale Jorgenspon, Harvard University



            ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
            Chairperson: Pranab Bardhan, UC Berkeley

            INCENTIVES AND THE DE SOTO EFFECT
            Tim Besley, London School of Economics
            Maitreech Ghatak, London School of Economics

  Session
                                                                        13:15-14:45
 S14                                                                      SD 401
          Komnrad Burchardi, London School of Economics
Session
                                                                        13:15-14:45
S14       ETHNICITY AND CONFLICT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
          Debraj Ray, New York University
                                                                          SD 401


          Joan Esteban, Institut d'An alisi Economica
          Laura Mayoral, Institut d'An alisi Economica


          FINANCE AND THE POOR: TESTING THEORIES OF FINANCIAL
          MANAGEMENT
          Dean Karlan, Yake University



          EMPIRICAL ECONOMIC MODELS OF DYNAMIC
          GAMES AND UNOBSERVED HETEROGENEITY
          Chairperson: Han Hong, Stanford University



          BAYESIAN ESTIMATION OF A DYNAMIC GAME WITH ENDOGENOUS,
          PARTIALLY OBSERVED, SERIALLY CORRELATED STATE
          Han Hong, Stanford University
          A. Ronald Gallant, Duke University, New York University
Session
          Ahmed Khwaja, Yale University                                 13:15-14:45
S20                                                                       SP 302


          NONPARAMETRIC IDENTIFICATION OF MULTIVARIATE MIXTURES
          Hiroyuki Kasahara, University of British Columbia
          Katsumi Shimotsu, Hitotsubashi University


          NONPARAMETRIC IDENTIFICATION USING INSTRUMENTAL
          VARIABLES:SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS FOR COMPLETENESS
          Yingyao Hu, Johns Hopkins University
          Ji-Liang Shiu, National Chung-Cheng University



          TOWARDS TRANSFROMING SMALL FARMER
          AGRICULTURE
          Chairperson:Bina Agarwal, University of Delhi


          GRAIN PRODUCTION AND FOOD SECURITY IN THE COURSE OF CHINA’S
          URBANIZATION
          Ling Zhu, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences


          A NEGLECTED INSTRUMENT: SUBSISTENCE FARMING FOR FOOD
Session   SECURITY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
                                                                        15:00-16:15
C3        Alain de Janvry, University of California, Berkeley             SP 112
Session
                                                                            15:00-16:15
C3        Elisabeth Sadoulet, University of California, Berkeley
                                                                              SP 112



          RETHINKING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION COLLECTIVITIES: A GROUP
          APPROACH TO TRANSFORMING AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH ASIA AND
          BEYOND
          Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic Growth, University of Delhi


          MEN AND WOMEN FARMERS TRANSFORMING AGRICULTURE IN SUB-
          SAHARAN AFRICA
          Doss Cheryl, Yale University



          INTERNATIONAL TRADE - I

          OPTIMAL BORDER TAXES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: ON THE
          IMPORTANCE OF A LARGE INFORMAL SECTOR
          Knud J. Mun, Université Catholique de Louvain
Session
                                                                            15:00-16:15
C102      WOULD A FREE TRADE AGREEMENT WITH CHINA HURT UNSKILLED
          LABOR IN TAIWAN?
                                                                              W 503

          Chu Ping Lo, National Taiwan University


          TAX AVOIDANCE, TAX PREFERENCE AND RE-IMPORTS: THE CASE OF
          "REDUNDANT" TRADE
          Xuepeng Liu, Kennesaw State University



          LABOR MARKETS - I


          ROUTINIZATION-BIASED TECHNICAL CHANGE, GLOBALIZATION AND
          LABOR MARKET POLARIZATION: DOES THEORY FIT THE FACTS?
          Jaewon Jung, RWTH Aachen University
          Jean Mercenier, Université Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2)


          INTERTEMPORAL SUBSTITUTION AND PREFERENCES OVER HOURS
          WORKED PER DAY, DAYS WORKED PER WEEK AND WEEKS WORKED
          PER YEAR
Session
          Evgenia Dechter, University of New South Wales                    15:00-16:15
C107                                                                          W 409


          FINANCIAL CRISES AND LABOUR MARKET: BEYOND THE OKUN'S LAW
          Enrico Marelli, Brescia University
          Francesco Bartolucci, University of Perugia
          Misbah T. Choudhry, University of Groningen
          Marcello Signorelli, University of Perugia


          SEGMENTED LABOR MARKETS, AND THE LINKAGES BETWEEN FORMAL
          AND INFORMAL SECTORS: A DYNAMIC GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM
          ANALYSIS
          Sirin Saracoglu, Middle East Technical University



          EXPERIMENT - I

          ONE STEP AT A TIME: DOES GRADUALISM BUILD COORDINATION?
          Maoliang Ye, Harvard University
          Samuel Asher, Harvard Universiy
          Lorenzo Casaburi, Harvard University
          Plamen Nikolov, Harvard University


          AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF COLONEL BLOTTO GAMES: DECISION
          MAKING UNDER ALTERNATIVE ENVIRONMENTS
Session
          Yetkin Çınar, Ankara University                                15:00-16:15
C52       Türkmen Göksel, Ankara University                                SP 319


          A FACTOR ANALYSIS OF TRANSACTION COSTS IN TIME PREFERENCE
          EXPERIMENTS
          Sobei Oda, Kyoto Sangyo University
          Ryoko Wada, Keiai University
          Hiroyasu Yoneda, Osaka University



          CATEGORY PLAN IN CHARITABLE GIVING: AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS
          Jingping Li, National University of Singapore
          Yohanes E. Riyanto, Nanyang Technological University



          EDUCATION - I


          BEING KNOWLEDGEABLE OR SOCIABLE?: DIFFERENCES IN RELATIVE
          IMPORTANCE OF COGNITIVE AND NON-COGNITIVE SKILLS
          Changhui Kang, Chung-Ang University
          Sam-Ho Lee, University of Western Australia
Session
                                                                         15:00-16:15
C38       EDUCATION, ABILITY AND EARNINGS, 1980S VS. 2000S
          Gonzalo Castex, Central Bank of Chile
                                                                           SD 401

          Evgenia Dechter, University of New South Wales
Session
                                                                                       15:00-16:15
C38                                                                                      SD 401




          GROUP VS INDIVIDUAL INCENTIVE FOR LEARNING
          Tao Li, Peking University
          Li Han, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
          Scott Rozelle, Stanford University
          Linxiu Zhang, CCAP



          MONETARY POLICY - I

          HOW DOES MONETARY POLICY RESPOND TO FINANCIAL STRESS?
          Jaromir Baxa, Charles University
          Roman Horvath, Charles University
          Borek Vasicek, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

          THE IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICY ON STOCK RETURNS
          Shuxia Jiang, University of Xiamen, China
          Yawu Zheng, University of Xiamen,China

Session   STRATEGIC INTERACTION BETWEEN FISCAL AND MONETARY POLICIES
                                                                                       15:00-17:45
C118      IN AN EXPORT-ORIENTED ECONOMY
                                                                                         SP 302

          Sergey Merzlyakov, National Research University Higher School of Economics


          BEGGAR-THYSELF OR BEGGAR-THY-NEIGHBOUR? THE WELFARE
          EFFECTS OF MONETARY POLICY
          Philipp Engler, Freie Universität Berlin
          Juha Tervala, University of Turku



          THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON WELFARE EFFECT OF MONETARY
          POLICY BETWEEN AMERICA AND CHINA UNDER A DOLLAR STANDARD
          Guohua He, Wuhan University
          Xinxin Chang, Wuhan University



          INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND CAPITAL
          MARKETS

          THE FORWARD DISCOUNT PUZZLE: IDENTIFICATION OF ECONOMIC
          ASSUMPTIONS
          Seongman Moon, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
          Carlos Velasco, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Session
                                                                                       15:00-16:15
C101                                                                                     SP 321
Session
                                                                        15:00-16:15
C101      HOME BIAS AND INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIO DYNAMICS REVISITED IN A   SP 321
          MONETARY OPEN-ECONOMY DSGE MODEL
          Changhua Yu, University of British Columbia


          CHINESE RESERVES ACCUMULATION AND US MONETARY POLICY: WILL
          CHINA GO ON BUYING US FINANCIAL ASSETS?
          Luigi Bonatti, University of Trento
          Andrea Fracasso, University of Trento



          EMERGING ECONOMIES

          DOWNWARD WAGE RIGIDITIES AND OTHER FIRMS’ RESPONSES TO AN
          ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN IN AN EMERGING ECONOMIC: EVIDENCE FROM
          A SURVEY OF COLOMBIAN FIRMS
          Ligia Alba Melo B., Colombian Central Bank
          Ana María Iregui B, Colombian Central Bank
          María Teresa Ramírez G., Colombian Central Bank

Session   DECONSTRUCTING THE BRICS
                                                                            15:00-16:15
C44       Abdul Azeez. Erumban, University of Groningen
          Marcel P. Timmer, University of Groningen
                                                                              W 404

          Ilya Voskoboynikov, University of Groningen
          Gaaitzen J. de Vries, University of Groningen
          Harry X. Wu, Hitotsubashi University



          THE RISE OF EME'S FINANCIAL MARKET ARCHITECTURE: CONSTITUTING
          NEW ROLES IN THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE
          Martina Metzger, Berlin Institute for Financial Market Research
          Günther Taube, Berlin Institute for Financial Market Research



          ENVIRONMENT, GLOBAL WARMING

          MARKET DYNAMICS, DYNAMIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND
          ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF (STRONG)
          SUSTAINABILITY
          Torben Klarl, University of Augsburg
Session
                                                                            15:00-16:15
C45       CAP AND TAX? CAN A COMPLEMENTARY CARBON TAX SYSTEM
                                                                              W 501

          REMEDY THE DISTORTIVE EFFECTS OF EMISSION TRADING?
          Janos Varga, European Commission
C45


          PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE OR EMISSION REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY?
          Yingying Lu, Australian National University




          SOCIAL SECURITIES & PROTECTION

          RUNNING OUT-OF-TIME: LIMITED UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS AND WAGE
          DISPERSION
          S. Nuray Akin, University of Miami
          Brennan C. Platt, Brigham Young University
Session
                                                                                 15:00-16:15
C143      SOCIAL SECURITY AND THE RISE IN HEALTH SPENDING: A
          MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS
                                                                                   W 405

          Kai Zhao, University of Western Ontario



          GLOBALIZATION AND SOCIAL PROTECTION: FRIENDS OR FOE?
          Lei Delsen, Radboud University Nijmegen
          Jozef Pacolet, Catholic University of Leuven


          TRANSITION OF ECONOMIC STRUCTURE (IN
Session   CHINESE)                                                               15:00-17:45
 Z1                                                                                SD 418




          RURAL POVERTY IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
          REGION: SMALLHOLDERS, FOOD PRICES AND
          POVERTY
          Chairperson: Thomas Elhaut, IFAD


          RURAL POVERTY IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC REGION: SMALLHOLDERS,
          FOOD PRICES AND POVERTY
          Thomas Elhaut, IFAD


          HIGHLIGHTS OF ASIA-PACIFIC RURAL POVERTY” REPORT, 2011/
          RAGHAV GAIHA
          Ganesh Thapa, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Session
          STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION AND FOOD SECURITY IN ASIA: SMALL             16:30-17:45
C1        FARMERS, MODERN SUPPLY CHAINS, AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF                  SP 112
          RICE
          C. Peter Timmer, Harvard University
                                                                            16:30-17:45
 C1                                                                           SP 112




           RISK, VULNERABILITY AND POVERTY IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC REGION
           Raghav Gaiha, University of Delhi

           OFF FARM EMPLOYMENT, INCOME AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN RURAL
           CHINA
           Jikun Huang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
           Scott Rozelle, Stanford University

           FOOD PRICE SURGE AND THE POOR IN ASIA
           Kevin Chen, CGIAR



           INTERNATIONAL TRADE - II

           COMMODITY WINDFALLS, POLARIZATION, AND NET FOREIGN ASSETS:
           PANEL DATA EVIDENCE ON THE VORACITY EFFECT
           Markus Bruckner, University of Adelaide
           Rabah Arezki, International Monetary Fund


           CONTRACTUAL VERSUS NON-CONTRACTUAL TRADE: THE ROLE OF
           INSTITUTIONS IN CHINA
 Session
           Robert Feenstra, University of California, Davis                 16:30-17:45
C103       Chang Hong, Clark University
           Hong Ma, Tsinghua University
                                                                              W 503


           Barbara Spencer, University of British Columbia


           RENMINBI DEPRECIATIONS AND CHINA-JAPAN COMMODITY TRADE: DO
           MANUFACTURED GOODS SHOW STRONGER SUPPORT FOR THE S-
           CURVE?
           Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
           Scott W. Hegerty, Canisius College
           Jia Xu, St. Mary’s College of Maryland



           LABOR MARKETS - II
           SPILLOVER EFFECTS OF MINIMUM WAGES: THEORY AND
           EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE
           Marcus Dittrich, Chemnitz University of Technology and CESifo
           Andreas Knabe, Free University Berlin and CESifo
 Session
           Kristina Leipold, Technische Universität Dresden                 16:30-17:45
C108 CYCLICALITY OF WAGES AND UNION POWER                                     W 409


           Annaïg Morin, Bocconi University
C108                                                                              W 409



          TRADE AND WAGES: THE ROLE OF INTER-OCCUPATIONAL LABOUR
          ADJUSTMENT
          Jeanne Tschopp, Université de Lausanne



          AUCTION - I
          OPTIMAL EXCLUSION: THE VALUE OF AN ADDITIONAL BIDDER
          Murali Agastya, University of Sydney
          Jingfeng Lu, Monash University

Session   AN EFFICIENT AND INCENTIVE COMPATIBLE ASCENDING AUCTION FOR
                                                                                16:30-17:45
C6        MULTIPLE COMPLEMENTS
          Ning Sun, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
                                                                                  SD 401

          Zaifu Yang, University of York


          EFFICIENT AND OPTIMAL SELLING MECHANISMS WITH PRIVATE
          INFORMATION ACQUISITION COSTS
          Jingfeng Lu, Monash University and National University of Singapore
          Lixin Ye, The Ohio State University



          HISTORY

          DISTANCE TO THE TECHNOLOGICAL FRONTIER AND ECONOMIC
          DEVELOPMENT
          Omer Ozak, Brown University


          CHINA CONQUERED OR NOT: TESTING THE DYNASTIC CYCLE
Session   HYPOTHESIS
                                                                                16:30-17:45
C75       Qiang Chen, Shandong University
                                                                                  SP 319

          HISTORICAL ACCIDENTS AND RISK-SHARING: PORTUGUESE
          SUCCESSFUL SETTLEMENTS IN BRAZIL
          Fernando Zanella, UAE University


          THE TREATY-PORT SYSTEM BY THE GREAT BRITAIN IN CHINA, 1840-1917:
          A MODEL OF TRADE INDUCING INSTITUTIONS
          Jian Tang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong



          SOVEREIGN DEBT/ WEALTH

          SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS INVESTMENT: FROM FIRM-LEVEL TO
          PREFERENCES TO NATURAL ENDOWMENTS
          Rolando Avendano, Paris School of Economics


Session
                                                                                16:30-17:45
C144                                                                              SP 321
Session
          LIQUIDITY AND COUNTERPARTY RISK EFFECTS IN CDS PRICING: AN                   16:30-17:45
C144      APPLICATION TO EMERGING MARKETS SOVEREIGN DEBT
          Ariel Levy, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
                                                                                         SP 321



          PRICING HAIRCUTS: DO MARKETS PUNISH LOW RECOVERY VALUES IN
          SOVEREIGN RESTRUCTURINGS?
          Juan J. Cruces, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

          Christoph Trebesch, Free University Berlin and Hertie School of Governance



          INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION-I

          IMPORTED INTERMEDIATE GOODS AND PRODUCT INNOVATION WITH
          HETEROGENEOUS FIRMS
          Murat Seker, World Bank
          Jose Daniel Rodriguez-Delgado, International Monetary Fund


          OFFSHORING AND EXPORT PERFORMANCE IN THE EUROPEAN
Session   AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
                                                                                       16:30-17:45
C88       Raphael Chiappini, Université Bordeaux IV Montesquieu
                                                                                         W 404


          VISIT AND BUY. AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS ON TOURISM AND EXPORTS
          Anna Maria Pinna, University of Cagliari


          COMPANY BRANDS AND NATIONAL BRANDS: HOW REPUTATION
          AFFECTS FOREIGN SALES
          Dorothee Rouzet, Harvard University
          Julia Cage, Harvard University, Paris School of Economics



          BANK - I

          DETERMINANTS OF STRUCTURED FINANCE ISSUANCE – A CROSS-
          COUNTRY COMPARISON
          Sebastian A. Schuetz, University of Lueneburg


          ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND PERFORMANCE IN EUROPEAN
          BANKS: A REASSESSMENT
          Giovanni Ferri, University of Bari
          Panu Kalmi, Aalto University
Session   Eeva Kerola, Aalto University
                                                                                       16:30-17:45
C15                                                                                      W 501
  Session
                                                                              16:30-17:45
 C15        DOES BANKING COMPETITION ALLEVIATE OR WORSEN CREDIT
                                                                                W 501

            CONSTRAINTS FACED BY SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES?
            EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
            Terrence Tai-Leung Chong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
            Liping Lu, CentER-Tilburg University
            Steven Ongena, CentER-Tilburg University and CEPR


            BORROWING COSTS AND PROBABILITY OF DEFAULT: EVIDENCE FROM
            JAPANESE BANK LOANS
            Mariko Fujii, RCAST, The University of Tokyo
            Ryota Takemoto, RCAST, The University of Tokyo



            SESSION IN CHINESE - I


            CARBON EMISSION OF FOREIGN TRADE OF CHINA’S MANUFACTURING
            AND DETERMINANTS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
            Jingyan Fu, Jinan University
            Jie He, University of Sherbrooke
            Shanshan Zhang, Jinan University


            RMB APPRECIATION, CURRENT ACCOUNT IMBALANCE AND CHINA'S
            TECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
  Session   Xinqiang Guo, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
                                                                              16:30-17:45
C148 Junqiang Wang Junbin, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics     W 405


            CAN EXPORT CREDIT INSURANCE PROMOTE EXPORT? EVIDENCE FROM
            FIRM-LEVEL DATA
            Wenbin Zhang, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
            Xiaoli Qin, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
            Shihe Fu, Xiamen University
            TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY, GOVERNMENT INTERVANTION AND
            ECONOMIC STRUCTURE CHANGES: THEORETICAL MODEL AND
            EMPIRICAL STUDY
            Guojin Chen, Xiamen University
            Aihuan Xu, Xiamen University



TUESDAY 5 JULY 2011

            AGRICULTURE, FOOD SECURITY-INDIA




  Session
                                                                               8:30-9:30
          DIETARY TRANSITION IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS BASED ON NSS DATA FOR
          1993 AND 2004
          Nidhi Kaicker, Delhi University
          Vani S. Kulkarni, Yale University
Session
          Raghav Gaiha, Delhi University                                   8:30-9:30
C12                                                                         W 404
          INDIA’S PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM: IMPLICATIONS FOR FOOD
          SECURITY
          Simrit Kaur, Delhi University

          FINANCIAL CRISIS AND FOOD SECURITY
          Simrit Kaur, Delhi University



          INT'L MONETARY & FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE:
          ASIAN PERSPECTIVE
          Chairperson: Masahiro Kawai, Asian Development Bank Institute


          AN ASEAN PERSPECTIVE ON INTERNATIONAL MONETARY AND
          FINANCIAL SYSTEM
          Sussangkarn Chalongphob
Session
                                                                           8:30-10:45
C9        THE REFORM OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM
          Stefan Collignon, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa
                                                                             SP 302


          REGIONAL AND GLOBAL FINANCIAL COOPERATION
          Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University


          INTERNATIONAL MONETARY AND FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE: A
          PERSPECTIVE FROM CHINA
          Liqing Zhang, Central University of Finance and Economics



          INSURANCE - I

          NO STRATEGIC PROVIDER BEHAVIOR DUE TO REPORT CARDS:
          EVIDENCE BEFORE PUBLIC RELEASE
          Yijuan Chen, Australian National University
          Jurgen Meinecke, Australian National University



          IS THERE ANY ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION IN A CROSS-SECTIONAL
Session   INSURANCE DATA SET? THE IMPACT OF AVERSION TO EFFORT
                                                                           8:30-9:30
C97       Meriem Zekri Kouki, University of Paris 2
          Damien Gaumont, University of Paris 2
                                                                            W 405
 Session
                                                                         8:30-9:30
C97                                                                       W 405


           CAN THE LONGEVITY RISK ALLEVIATE THE ANNUITIZATION PUZZLE?
           EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM DUTCH DATA
           Federica Teppa, De Nederlandsche Bank


           OPTIMAL PROVISION OF LOANS AND INSURANCE AGAINST
           UNEMPLOYMENT FROM LIFETIME PERSPECTIVE
           Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University
           Jungyoll Yun, Ewha University



           MICROECONOMICS

           SIZE OF MARKET INEFFICIENCY:TRADING SYSTEM AND PRICE BUBBLE
           Tatsuyoshi Miyakoshi, Osaka University
           Yoshihiko Tsukuda, Tohoku University
           Junji Shimada, Aoyama-gakuin University


           ENVELOPE THEOREMS FOR NON-SMOOTH AND NON-CONCAVE
           OPTIMIZATION
           Andrew Clausen, University of Pennsylvania
           Carlo Strub, University of St. Gallen
 Session
                                                                         8:30-10:45
C115 THE USE OF CONTROL THEORY IN DESIGNING DEMAND DYNAMICS TO             W 503

           ELIMINATE OSCILLATIONS IN DECENTRALIZED ECONOMIC NETWORKS
           Robert Tonita, University of Cambridge
           Loannis Lestas, University of Cambridge

           VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE AND HANDICAPPING
           Liqun Liu, Texas A&M University
           Andrew J. Rettenmaier, Texas A&M University
           Thomas R. Saving, Texas A&M University



           LEARNABILITY OF HETEROGENEOUS MISSPECIFICATION EQUILIBRIUM
           Ryuichi Nakagawa, Kansai University



           EDUCATION - II
           TRADE AND DIVERGENCE IN EDUCATION SYSTEMS
           Pao-Li Chang, Singapore Management University
           Fali Huang, Singapore Management University
          INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, MOBILITY AND THE OPTIMAL LEVEL OF
          SCREENING
          Martin Wimbersky, University of Munich

Session   LOVE YOUR GOD WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT: RELIGION AND BARGAINING IN
                                                                            8:30-10:45
C39       MARRIAGE
          Seul-Ki Shin, University of Pennsylvania
                                                                              SD 401


          EDUCATION OR JUST CREATIVITY: WHAT MATTERS MOST FOR
          ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE?
          Emanuela Marrocu, University of Cagliari, CRENoS
          Raffaele Paci, University of Cagliari, CRENoS



          WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO SAY GOODBYE? THE INFLUENCE OF
          TRACKING ON STUDENTS'S ALLOCATION AND SCHOOL SUCCESS
          Daniel Singh, LMU Munich



          RURAL ECONOMY

          MARKET COMPETITION IN EXPORT CASH CROPS AND FARM INCOME
          Nicolas Depetris Chauvin, Universidad de Buenos Aires & OxCarre
          Guido Porto, Universidad de la Plata


          THE EFFECTS OF MOBILE PHONE INFRASTRUCTURE: EVIDENCE FROM
Session
          RURAL PERU                                                        8:30-9:30
C139      Diether W. Beuermann, Inter-American Development Bank
          Christopher McKelvey, University of Wisconsin-Madison
                                                                             SP 319


          Carlos Sotelo-Lopez, Fund for Investment in Telecommunications


          THE RURAL AREAS IN CHINA: DYNAMIC CHANGES AND NEW
          CLASSIFICATION
          Roberto Fanfani, University of Bologna
          Nica Claudia Calò, University of Bologna
          Peng Bin, University of Bologna




          PUBLIC FINANCE - POLICY & SUSTAINABILITY I

          UNPLEASANT MONETARIST ARITHMETIC AND THE SUSTAINABILITY OF
          PUBLIC DEBT


Session
                                                                            8:30-9:30
C130                                                                         SP 320
           Sergey Pekarski, National Research University Higher School of Economics
 Session
                                                                                       8:30-9:30
C130 JAPANESE GOVERNMENT DEBT AND SUSTAINABILITY OF FISCAL                              SP 320
           POLICY
           Takero Doi, Keio University
           Takeo Hoshi, University of California, San Diego
           Tatsuyoshi Okimoto, Hitotsubashi University

           PAYROLL TAX AND HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
           Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua University



           NORMS & TRUST


           MODELING OF PUBLIC TRUST IN BASIC SOCIAL AND POLITICAL
           INSTITUTIONS: A COMPARATIVE ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS

           Olga A. Demidova, National Research University Higher School of Economics


           COMPLIANCE BY BELIEVING: AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF NORMS
           AND IMPARTIAL AGREEMENTS
           Marco Faillo, University of Trento
           Stefania Ottone, University of Milano Bicocca and Econometica
 Session   Lorenzo Sacconi, University of Milano Bicocca and Econometica
                                                                                       8:30-10:45
C123 THE EFFECT OF TRUST ON TRADE: WHEN DOES IT NO LONGER                                SP 321

           MATTER?
           Shu Yu, University of Groningen
           Jakob de Haan, De Nederlandsche Bank, University of Groningen and CESifo,
           Munich
           Sjoerd Beugelsdijk

           THE KNOBE EFFECT IN EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS
           Sobei Oda, Kyoto Sangyo University
           Yan Zhou, Kyoto Sangyo University


           TRUST AND TRUSTWORTHINESS IN AN ETHNICALLY DIVERSIFIED
           REGION IN CHINA
           Yazhen Gong, Renmin University of China



           BANKING - INTERNATIONAL
          FOREIGN BANKS, CORPORATE STRATEGY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY:
          LESSONS FROM THE RIVER PLATE
          Michael Brei, EconomiX, Université Paris Ouest
          Carlos Winograd, Paris School of Economics


          ON THE GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL BANKING: THE ROLE OF
Session   SPATIAL LAGS                                                                       8:30-9:30

C18
                                                                                              W 501
          Georgios Fotopoulos, University of Peloponnese, Bank of Greece visiting scholar.

          Helen Louri, Bank of Greece, Athens University of Economics and Business



          DO MULTINATIONAL BANKS CREATE OR DESTROY ECONOMIC VALUE?
          Mohamed Azzim Gulamhussen, Lisbon University Institute
          Carlos Pinheiro, Caixa Geral de Depósitos
          Alberto Franco Pozzolo, Università del Molise



          AUCTION - II

          COLLUSIVE COMMUNICATION SCHEMES IN A FIRST-PRICE AUCTION
          Helmuts Azacis, Cardiff University
          Peter Vida, University of Vienna


          AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON MEASURING REGRET IN FIRST-PRICE
          SEALED-BID AUCTIONS
          Philipp Astor, Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI)
Session
          Marc Adam, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)                                 8:30-10:45
C153      Caroline Jähnig, Universität Göttingen
          Stefan Seifert, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
                                                                                               W 409



          EXCITEMENT AND TIME PRESSURE IN DUTCH AUCTIONS
          Marc Adam, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
          Jan Kraemer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
          Christof Weinhardt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)


          ALL-PAY AUCTIONS WITH HANDICAPS
          Minoru Kitahara, Tokyo Metropolitan University
          Ryo Ogawa, Osaka University



          ASIAN ECONOMIES - I
          ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ASIA: DETERMINANTS AND PROSPECTS
          Jong-Wha Lee, Asian Development Bank and Korea University
          Kiseok Hong, Ewha Women’s University

Session   THE DETERMINANTS AND LONG-TERM PROJECTIONS OF SAVING RATES
                                                                                          9:45-10:45
C13       IN DEVELOPING ASIA
          Charles Yuji Horioka, Osaka University, National Bureau of Economic Research,
                                                                                            W 404

          Inc
          Akiko Terada-Hagiwara, Asian Development Bank


          INCOME CONVERGENCE OF CENTRAL ASIAN TURKIC REPUBLICS: A
          PANEL STUDY FOR BETA AND SIGMA CONVERGENCE FOR SIX ASIAN
          ECONOMIES
          Vedat Yorucu, Eastern Mediterranean University



          DEVELOPMENT OF VARIOUS DEVELOPPING
          COUNTRIES
          Chairperson: Hongbin Li, Tsinghua University


          EVALUATING CHINA'S POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAM: A
          REGRESSION DISCONTINUITY APPROACH
          Hongbin Li, Tsinghua University
          Lingsheng Meng, Tsinghua University


          DOES INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITATE SOCIAL CAPITAL
Session   ACCUMULATION? EVIDENCE FROM NATURAL AND ARTEFACTUAL
          FIELD EXPERIMENTS IN SRI LANKA                                                  9:45-10:45
C4        Keitaro Aoyagi, Japan International Cooperation Agency                            SP 319
          Ryuji Kasahara, Japan International Cooperation Agency
          Masahiro Shoji, Seijo University
          Yasuyuki Sawada, University of Tokyo


          EFFECTS OF GEOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL NETWORKS ON DIFFUSION AND
          ADOPTION OF AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY: EVIDENCE FROM RURAL
          ETHIOPIA
          Yasuyuki Todo, The University of Tokyo
          Dagne Mojo Yadate, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research
          Petr Matous, The University of Tokyo
          Ryo Takahashi, The University of Tokyo



          EDUCATION, HISTORY
          WHY DID UNIVERSITIES PRECEDE PRIMARY SCHOOLS? A POLITICAL
          ECONOMY MODEL OF EDUCATIONAL CHANGE
          Fali Huang, Singapore Management University


          BIG BRICS, WEAK FOUNDATIONS: THE BEGINNING OF PUBLIC
Session   ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IN BRAZIL, RUSSIA, INDIA, AND CHINA,
                                                                          9:45-10:45
C43       1880–1930
          Latika Chaudhary, Scripps College
                                                                            SP 320

          Aldo Musacchio, Harvard Business School, NBER
          Steven Nafziger, Williams College
          Se Yan, Peking University

          SLAVERY, EDUCATION, AND INEQUALITY
          Graziella Bertocchi, University of Modena, CEPR, IZA
          Arcangelo Dimico, University of Nottingham



          BANK - II
          FINANCIAL CONTAGION AND DEPOSITOR MONITORING
          Augusto Hasman, SKEMA Business School
          Margarita Samartin, Universidad Carlos III
          Jos van Bommel, Universidad Cardenal Herrera
Session
                                                                          9:45-10:45
C16       BANK COMPETITION, SECURITIZATION AND RISKY INVESTMENT
                                                                            W 501

          Zhe Li, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
          Jianfei Sun, Shanghai Jiaotong University

          INVESTMENT BANKING IS UNSTABLE
          Chak Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
          Leslie Young, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


          PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND FISCAL REFORM (IN
Session
          CHINESE)                                                        9:45-12:00
Z2                                                                          SD 418




          SOCIAL NORMS
          Chairperson:Kenneth George Binmore, University College London

          THE ORIGIN OF FAIRNESS NORMS
          Kenneth George Binmore, University College London
Session
                                                                          11:00-12:30
S5        NATURALIZING THE SOCIAL CONTRACT                                  W 121
Session
                                                                                  11:00-12:30
S5        Brian Skyrms, University of California, Irvine, Stanford University
                                                                                    W 121



          THE ROLE OF SALIENCE IN THE EMERGENCE AND REPRODUCTION OF
          NORMS
          Robert Sugden, University of East Anglia




          FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS & BEHAVIOR
          Chairperson: Franklin Allen, University of Pennsylvania

          SYSTEMIC RISK AND MACROPRUDENTIAL REGULATION
          Franklin Allen, University of Pennsylvania
          Elena Carletti, European University Institute

          A MODEL OF PRIVATE EQUITY FUND COMPENSATION
Session
                                                                                  11:00-12:30
S10       Wilson Wonho Choi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
          Andrew Metrick, Yale School of Management
                                                                                    SD 401


          Ayako Yasuda, University of California, Davis


          THE INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING OF THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL
          BANK OF CHINA (ICBC)
          Franklin Allen, University of Pennsylvania
          Jun Qian, Boston College
          Mengxin Zhao, University of Alberta



          INSTITUTIONS & LABOR MARKETS
          Chairperson: Richard Freeman, Harvard University

          TRADE UNION MEMBERSHIP AND DISMISSALS
          Laszlo Goerke, University of Tuebingen
          Markus Pannenberg, University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld


          LABOR MARKET ENTRY COHORT EFFECTS OF EARNINGS IN THE
          CHINESE URBAN LABOR MARKET
Session
          Wei Chi, Tsinghua University                                            11:00-12:30
S13       Richard Freeman, Harvard University and NBER
          Hongbin Li, Tsinghua University
                                                                                    W 409



          AN UPDATE OF WAGES AROUND THE WORLD: PAY ACROSS
          OCCUPATIONS AND COUNTRIES SINCE THE 1950S
          Remco Oostendorp, Amsterdam Institute for International Development
          HOW DOES CHINA’S NEW LABOR CONTRACT LAW AFFECT FLOATING
          WORKERS?
          Xiaoying li, Harvard University



          DEVELOPMENTAL FINANCE & STRATEGY
          Chairperson: Justin Lin, World Bank
Session
                                                                               13:30-14:45
P4        Justin Lin , World Bank
          Erik Berglof, EBDR
                                                                                 W 121


          Changyong Rhee, ADB



          INVITED LECTURE
          Chairperson: Kausik Basu, Indian Government and Cornell University

Session
          THE LURE OF AUTHORITY: MOTIVATION AND INCENTIVE EFFECTS OF           13:30-14:45
L5        POWER
          Ernst Fehr, University of Zurich
                                                                                 SD 401


          Holger Herz, Zurich University
          Tom Wilkening, The University of Melbourne



          THE FUTURE OF CORPORATE TAXATION IN A
          GLOBAL ECONOMY
          Chairperson: Roger Gordon, UCSD

          HOW SHOULD INCOME FROM MULTINATIONALS BE TAXED?
          Roger H. Gordon, UCSD
Session
                                                                               13:30-14:45
S8        TAXING MULTINATIONALS IN A WORLD WITH INTERNATIONAL MERGERS
                                                                                 SP 112
          AND ACQUISITIONS: SHOULD THE HOME COUNTRY EXEMPT FOREIGN
          INCOME?
          John Douglas Wilson, Michigan State University

          DISCUSSANT
          Rosanne Altshuler, Rutgers University




          INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS, BURDEN
          SHARING AND EFFICIENCY IN CLIMATE POLICY
          Chairperson: Lawrence Goulder, Stanford University




Session
                                                                               13:30-14:45
S19                                                                              W 409
          ADDRESSING INTERNATIONAL EMISSIONS LEAKAGE IN CLIMATE
          CHANGE POLICY
Session   Lawrence Goulder, Stanford University
          Marc Hafstead, Stanford University                             13:30-14:45
S19                                                                        W 409

          THE ROLE OF TRADE AND COMPETITIVENESS MEASURE IN CLIMATE
          CHANGE POLICY
          Alan Fox, U.S. International Trade Commission
          Carolyn Fischer, Resources for the Future


          TRADE AND PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL
          AGREEMENTS
          Larry Karp, University of California, Berkeley



          PUBLIC FINANCE

          OPTIMAL FISCAL POLICY WITH RISK PREMIUM ON LOANS: IS IT PRO-
          CYCLICAL IN EMERGING COUNTRIES?
          Subrata Sarker, Bank of Canada


          DETERMINANTS OF GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE EFFICIENCY: A CASE
          STUDY OF INDONESIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
          Yogi Rahmayanti, Osaka University
Session
                                                                         15:00-17:45
C132      BUDGET MANIPULATION AND VERTICAL FISCAL IMBALANCE
          Osvaldo Meloni, Universidad Nacional de Tucuman
                                                                           SP 321


          FISCAL RELATIONS BETWEEN THE CENTRAL AND LOCAL
          GOVERNMENTS IN CHINA AND THE CONCEPTS OF “包(PAO) CONTRACT
          Yutaka Suzuki, Hosei University


          GEOGRAPHICAL ALLOCATION OF BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS UNDER A
          DISCRETIONARY EXECUTIVE
          Cecilia Rumi, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
          Walter Cont, Universidad Nacional de La Plata and FIEL



          INTERNATIONAL TRADE - III

          REGIONAL TRADE INTEGRATION AND HETEROGENEOUS
          MULTINATIONAL FIRMS ENDOGENOUS BOUNDARIES
          Xiaoguang Wu, Beijing Foreign Studies University
          Wenli Sun, Beijing Foreign Studies University



Session
                                                                         15:00-16:15
C104                                                                       SP 112
Session   WELFARE EFFECTS OF IPR POLICY IN A NORTH-SOUTH TRADE MODEL
                                                                                          15:00-16:15
C104      Teodora Borota, Uppsala University
                                                                                            SP 112

          INNOVATIONS AND EXPORT PERFORMANCE IN QUALITY LADDER
          MODELS
          Jorge Chami Batista, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
          Eduardo Correia de Souza, Institutoi de Ensino e Pesquisa


          THE ROLE OF PRODUCT VARIETY AND QUALITY AND OF DOMESTIC
          SUPPLY IN FOREIGN TRADE
          Panayiotis P. Athanasoglou, Bank of Greece



          LABOR MARKETS - III

          LABOR MARKET CYCLES, UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ELIGIBILITY,
          AND MORAL HAZARD
          Miquel Faig, University of Toronto
          Min Zhang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics


Session   LABOUR TURNOVER AND THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF
          UNEMPLOYMENT. A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS USING EMPLOYMENT                            15:00-16:15
C109      REGISTRY DATA
          Joanna Tyrowicz, University of Warsaw, National Bank of Poland
                                                                                            W 409


          Francesco Pastore, Seconda Universita di Napoli



          EMPLOYED UNEMPLOYED? ON SHADOW EMPLOYMENT IN TRANSITION
          Joanna Tyrowicz, University of Warsaw, National Bank of Poland, Rimini Centre
          for Economic Analysis
          Stanislaw Cichocki, University of Warsaw, National Bank of Poland



          POLITICAL ECONOMY - I


          WHEN ELDERS RULE: IS GERONTOCRACY HARMFUL FOR GROWTH? A
          COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEVEN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

          Lorenzo Carbonari, University of Rome "Tor Vergata", CEIS Tor Vergata and DEI
          Vincenzo Atella, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, CEIS Tor Vergata and CHP-
          PCOR Stanford University

Session
                                                                                          15:00-16:15
C125                                                                                        W 501
Session
          LAME DUCKS AND DIVIDED GOVERNMENT: HOW VOTERS CONTROL THE                      15:00-16:15
C125      UNACCOUNTABLE
          Mark Schelker, University of St. Gallen
                                                                                           W 501



          DOES SIMPLE MAJORITY RULE PRODUCE HASTY DECISIONS?
          Jimmy Chan, Shanghai School of Finance and Economics
          Wing Suen, The University of Hong Kong

          ON WEAK MANIPULABILITY OF VOTING RULES
          Daniel Karabekyan, NRU Higher School of Economics

          Vyacheslav Yakuba, Institute of Control Sciences Russian Academy of Sciences



          EXPERIMENT - III

          GENDER, COMPETITIVENESS AND SOCIALIZATION AT A YOUNG
          AGE:EVIDENCE FROM A MATRILINEAL AND A PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY
          Steffen Andersen, Copenhagen Business School
          Seda Ertac, Koc University
          Uri Gneezy, UC San Diego
          John List, University of Chicago
          Sandra Maximiano, Purdue University


          GENDER AND RISK PROFILES IN GAMBLES WITH LOSS AVERSION:
          EVIDENCE FROM AFRICANS, CHINESE, SINGAPOREANS AND
          CAUCASIANS
Session   Roland K. Cheo, Shangdon University
                                                                                         15:00-16:15
C53       PREFERENCES FOR REDISTRIBUTION IN THE U.S., ITALY, NORWAY: AN
                                                                                           W 404

          EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
          Gianluca Grimalda, Jaume I University
          Francesco Farina, University of Siena



          GLOBALIZATION VS SOCIAL CAPITAL AS FACTORS OF CO-OPERATION:
          EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS FROM A 6-COUNTRY STUDY
          Gianluca Grimalda, Warwick University
          Nancy Buchan, South Carolina University
          Marilynn Brewer, Ohio State University
          Enrique Fatas, Valencia University
          Margaret Foddy, Carleton University
          Rick Wilson, Rice University
          MONETARY POLICY - II
          OPTIMAL MONETARY POLICY AND DEFAULT
          Sandra Lizarazo, ITAM
          Jose-Maria Da-rocha, Universidad de Vigo
Session
                                                                        15:00-16:15
C120      MONEY, CREDIT AND MONETARY POLICY
          Te-Tsun Chang, National Chi Nan University
                                                                          W 503

          Yiting Li, National Taiwan University

          OPTIMAL MONETARY POLICY UNDER FINANCIAL SECTOR RISK
          Scott Davis; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
          Kevin X.D. Huang, Vanderbilt University



          SOCIAL CAPITAL, NETWORKS - II

          SOCIAL CAPITAL EXTERNALITY, RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, AND
          GENUINE SAVINGS
          Rintaro Yamaguchi, Nomura Research Institute
          Kazuhiro Ueta, Kyoto University
          Masayuki Sato, Kyoto University


          BINARY CHOICE MODELS WITH SOCIAL INTERACTIONS UNDER
          HETEROGENEOUS RATIONAL EXPECTATIONS
          Lungfei Lee, Ohio State University
Session
          Ji Li, Capital One, Richmond, Virginia                        15:00-16:15
C141      Xu Lin, Wayne State University                                  W 405


          SOCIAL CAPITAL AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR COMMON POOL RESOURCE
          MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY FROM AN IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN
          SRI LANKA
          Takeshi Aida, University of Tokyo



          AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF COLLATERAL AND SOCIAL CAPITAL
          ON FARMERS’S LOAN AND THE DESIGN OF THE LOAN CONTRACT
          Xiangmei Fan, Hunan Normal University
          Xiaoyun Zhang, Hunan Normal Univercity



          INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION - II

          FAILURE RISK AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN THE CHOICE OF SINGLE
          VERSUS MULTIPLE SOURCING
          Andrew Yim, Cass Business School, London


          DOES FINAL MARKET DEMAND ELASTICITY INFLUENCE THE LOCATION
          OF EXPORT PROCESSING? EVIDENCE FROM MULTINATIONAL DECISIONS
          IN CHINA
          Xuepeng Liu, Kennesaw State University
Session
          Mary E. Lovely, Syracuse University                         15:00-16:15
C89       Jan I. Ondrich, Syracuse University                           SP 319



          THE MARKET FOR HIGH QUALITY CREDENCE GOODS AND INTERNAL
          REGULATION: A “TRUST” PROBLEM FOR DEVELOPING EXPORTERS?
          Nadia Cuffaro, University of Cassino
          Marina Di Giacinto, University of Cassino

          QUALITY DIFFERENTIATION AND TRADE INTERMEDIATION
          Heiwai Tang, Tufts University
          Yifan Zhang, Lingnan University



          FDI - I

          FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND GROWTH IN OECD COUNTRIES
          Keshab Bhattarai, Hull University
          Subrata Ghatak, Kingston University


          FIRST-WAY FREIGHT COST, FDI DISTRIBUTION AND REGIONAL
          ECONOMIC DISPARITIES
          Ma Bianjing, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Session
                                                                         15:00-16:15
C56       FDI AND GROWTH: WHAT CROSS-COUNTRY INDUSTRY DATA SAY
                                                                           SD 401

          Maria Cipollina, University of Molise
          Giorgia Giovannetti, University of Firenze
          Filomena Pietrovito, University of Molise
          Alberto Franco Pozzolo, Università del Molise


          EXPORTS VS. FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS: EVIDENCE FROM CROSS-
          COUNTRY INDUSTRY DATA
          Filomena Pietrovito, University of Molise
          Alberto Franco Pozzolo, Università del Molise
          Luca Salvatici, Univesity RomaTre
           DEVELOPMENT

           WHY DOESN’T INDIA INDUSTRIALIZE?—A DYNAMIC GENERAL
           EQUILIBRIUM APPROACH
           Tomoaki Kotera, The University of Tokyo



           THE ROLE OF PASSIONATE INDIVIDUALS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
           Roman Zakharenko, International College of Economics and Finance

 Session
           DETERMINANTS OF THE HOUSEHOLDS’ CHOICE OF DRINKING WATER           15:00-17:45
 C35       SOURCE IN CAMEROON
           Luc Armand Totouom Fotue, Universite of Yaounde II
                                                                                SP 320


           Diderot Sandjong, National Institute of Statistics


           THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN AID ON THE AFRICA’S ECONOMIC
           DEVELOPMENT: AN EVIDENCE FROM KENYA
           Mengqi Qiao, University of Leicester


           THE EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC
           DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA
           Hans-Peter Brunner, Asian Development Bank


           INSTITUTIONAL TRANSITION IN DEVELOPMENT
 Session
           (IN CHINESE)                                                       15:00-17:45
  Z3                                                                            SD 418




           INTERNATIONAL TRADE - IV
           EMPLOYMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS AND TRADE
           Fabien Candau, CATT, UPPA
           Anne Musson, CATT, UPPA and LAREFI, Bordeaux IV

           INNOVATION, ANTIDUMPING, AND RETALIATION
           Kaz Miyagiwa, Emory University
           Huasheng Song, Zhejiang University
 Session   Hylke Vandenbussche, Université Catholique de Louvain
                                                                              16:30-17:45
C105 QUALITY AND PRICE COMPETITION IN THE U.S. IMPORT MARKET: 1996-             SP 112

           2008
           Jorge Chami Batista, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
C105


           DO PREFERENTIAL TRADE POLICIES (ACTUALLY) INCREASE EXPORTS?
           A COMPARISON BETWEEN E.U. AND U.S. TRADE POLICIES
           Maria Cipollina, University of Molise
           David Laborde, International Food Policy Research Institute
           Luca Salvatici, Università degli Studi Roma Tre



           LABOR MARKETS - IV

           WHAT'S THE MARGINAL VALUE OF MY PEERS? EMPIRICAL
           INVESTIGATION OF THE SHAPE OF PEER EFFECTS IN THE SOUTH
           AFRICAN LABOUR MARKET
           Yannick Bourquin, Université Paris 1
           Gaëlle Ferrant, Université Paris 1
 Session
                                                                            16:30-17:45
C110 WHAT DISTINGUISHES ENTREPRENEURS? EVIDENCE ON THE MOTIVES
     FOR SELF-EMPLOYMENT
                                                                              W 409


           Joanna Tyrowicz, University of Warsaw, National Bank of Poland



           LABOUR MARKET RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN SOUTH AFRICA REVISITED
           Joanna Tyrowicz, University of Warsaw, National Bank of Poland
           Maciej Szelewicki, University of Warsaw



           POLITICAL ECONOMY - II


           DO "PAPIVORES" INFLUENCE POLITICS? THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM
           LOCAL MEDIA CONCENTRATION IN FRANCE SINCE 1945
           Julia Cage, Harvard University
           Francois Keslair, Paris School of Economics

           THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF LINGUISTIC CLEAVAGES
 Session   Klaus Desmet, Universidad Carlos III
                                                                            16:30-17:45
C127       Lgnacio Ortuno-Ortin, Universidad CarlosIII
           Romain Wacziarg, UCLA
                                                                              W 501




           FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY
           Xuepeng Liu, Kennesaw State University
           Emanuel Ornelas, London School of Economics

           PRIVATE INTEREST BASED MULTILATERAL LOANS
          Julien Reynaud, University of Paris I
          Julien Vauday, Université Paris 13



          ENVIRONMENT, GLOBAL WARMING - III

          TRANSBOUNDARY POLLUTION AND ABATEMENT(II): THE DYNAMICS AND
          BALANCED GROWTH PATH
          Luisito Bertinelli, CREA, University of Luxembourg
          Carmen Camacho, FNRS, Catholic University of Louvain
          Benteng Zou, CREA, University of Luxembourg
Session
                                                                                     16:30-17:45
C47       CONTROLLING CLIMATE CHANGE: A TIME TO REVISIT INDIA’S
          AGRICULTURAL POLICY
                                                                                       W 404

          Nilabja Ghosh, Institute of Economic Growth
          M. Rajeshwor, Institute of Economic Growth


          STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY WITH INTRA-INDUSTRY TRADE
          AND TRANSBOUNDARY POLLUTION
          Harvey E. Lapan, Iowa State University
          Shiva Sikdar, Yonsei University



          MONETARY POLICY - III
          MONETARY POLICY INDUCED FORWARD PREMIUM BIAS: A
          MICROSTRUCTURE APPROACH IN A GLOBAL COORDINATION GAME
          Adriana Ponta, Universidade Federal Fluminense


Session   ROBUST MONETARY POLICY IN THE MICRO-FOUNDED TWO-COUNTRY
          MODEL OF THE CURRENCY UNION                                                16:30-17:45
C122                                                                                   W 503
          Olga Kuznetsova, National Research University Higher School of Economics


          ARE CAPITAL CONTROLS AND CENTRAL BANK INTERVENTION
          EFFECTIVE?
          Hernan Rincon, Banco de la Republica
          Jorge Toro, Banco de la Republica



          GAMES - I
          INTERIM PARTIALLY CORRELATED RATIONALIZABILITY
          Qianfeng Tang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

          WHEN CAN FORGETFULNESS MAKE US BETTER OFF?
Session
                                                                                     16:30-17:45
C67                                                                                    W 405
  Session   Jie Zheng, Washington University in St. Louis
                                                                                 16:30-17:45
 C67        EVASION, CORRUPTION AND INCENTIVE STRATEGIES
                                                                                   W 405

            Roy Cerqueti, University of Macerata
            Raffaella Coppier, University of Macerata

            REFLEXIVE EXPECTATION FORMATION
            Timo Ehrig, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences
            Juergen Jost, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences



            INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION - III
            A THEORY OF MARKUP PRICING
            Seong-Hoon Kim, University of St Andrews

            OPTIMAL PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION IN A CIRCULAR MODEL
            Qiang Gong, Peking University
            Qihong Liu, University of Oklahoma
  Session
            Yi Zhang, University of Wiscousin                                    16:30-17:45
 C90                                                                               SP 319


            CONTRACTING WITH HETEROGENEOUS QUASI-HYPERBOLIC AGENTS:
            INVESTMENT GOOD PRICING UNDER ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION
            Jianye Yan, Toulouse School of Economics



            MULTIPRODUCT PRICE DISCRIMINATION WITH TWO-PART TARIFFS
            Ming Gao, Tsinghua University



            FDI - II

            FOREIGN OWNERSHIP, MULTINATIONAL STATUS AND FIRM EXIT IN ITALY
  Session   Anna Ferragina, University of Salerno
                                                                           16:30-17:45
 C59        Rosanna Pittiglio, II University of Naples
            Filippo Reganati, University of Rome "La Sapienza"
                                                                             SD 401


            PRODUCTIVITY AND TIMING OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT:
            EVIDENCE BASED ON KOREAN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN CHINA
            Sangho Kim, Honam University



WEDNESDAY 6 JULY 2011
          ASIAN ECONOMIES - II

          REGIONAL INTEGRATION AND TRADE: BILATERALISM OR
          MULTILATERALISM IN THE EAST ASIA PACIFIC REGION?
          Marie M Stack, Nottingham Trent University
          Jinmin Wang, Nottingham Trent University
Session
                                                                                      8:30-9:30
C14       FOREING AID, POLITICS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NEPAL
                                                                                       SP 302


          Kishor Sharma, Charles Sturt University



          ASSESSING THE BARRIERS TO TRADE IN SERVICES IN SOUTH ASIA
          Arindam Banik, International Management Institute



          INSURANCE - II

          SEARCH, MORAL HAZARD, AND EQUILIBRIUM PRICE DISPERSION
          S. Nuray Akin, University of Miami
          Brennan C. Platt, Brigham Young University


Session
          PAST CLAIMS AND ASYMMETRY OF INFORMATION: AN APPLICATION TO                 8:30-9:30
C99       THE FRENCH AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE MARKET
          Meriem Zekri Kouki, University of Paris 2
                                                                                       W 404


          Michel Grun-Réhomme, University of Paris 2
          Olga A. Vasechko, Research Institute of Statistics-Ukraine


          OPTIMALITY AND EQUILIBRIUM IN A COMPETITIVE INSURANCE MARKET
          UNDER ADVERSE SELECTION AND MORAL HAZARD
          Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University
          Jungyoll Yun, Ewha University



          FINANCE
          IS IT SO BAD THAT WE CANNOT RECOGNIZE BLACK SWANS?

          Fuad Aleskerov, National Research University Higher School of Economics

Session   Liudmila Egorova, National Research University Higher School of Economics
                                                                                      8:30-9:30
C62                                                                                    W 405
 Session
                                                                                    8:30-9:30
C62                                                                                  W 405

           LIQUIDATION VALUES, DEBT ENFORCEMENT AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
           Mathieu Grobéty, University of Lausanne

           THE MINSKY MOMENT: DO FINANCIAL SHOCKS MATTER?
           Fabio Fornari, European Central Bank
           Livio Stracca, European Central Bank



           INVESTMENT

           ASYMMETRIC EFFECTS OF THE FINANCIAL CRISIS: SECTORAL ANALYSIS
           OF FIRMS’ INVESTMENT DECISIONS.
           Vadim Khramov, IMF, UCLA
           Megan Clifford, The RAND Corporation


           OPTIMALLY DELAYED INVESTMENT AND THE TERM STRUCTURE OF
           FACTOR PRICES
           Dirk Paulsen, University of Cologne
 Session
                                                                                    8:30-10:45
C106 ARE COMMODITIES A GOOD HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION? A
     COMPARATIVE APPROACH
                                                                                      W 409


           Laura Spierdijk, University of Groningen
           Zaghum Umar, University of Groningen



           DEBT STRUCTURE AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS UNDER UNCERTAINTY
           Yuan Tian, Ryukoku University

           INVESTMENT AND CAPITAL REALLOCATION
           Wei Cui, Princeton University



           MONETARY POLICY - IV

           QUANTITATIVE AND CREDIT EASING POLICIES AT THE ZERO LOWER
           BOUND ON THE NOMINAL INTEREST RATE
           Meixing Dai, BETA, University of Strasbourg

 Session   MARKETS FOR INFLATION LINKED DERIVATIVES AS MECHANISMS FOR
                                                                                    8:30-9:30
C121       BETTER MONETARY POLICY
           Christian-Oliver Ewald, University of St.Andrews, University of Sydney
                                                                                     W 503
Session
                                                                                        8:30-9:30
C121                                                                                     W 503



          MANAGEMENT OF INFLATION AND THE ROLE OF GOVERNNANCE:
          EVIDENCE FROM POOLED, CROSS-COUNTRY AND PANEL DATA
          ANALYSES
          Brajamohan Misra, Reserve Bank of India
          Sarat Dhal, Reserve Bank of India



          GAMES - II

          BEHAVIORAL HEURISTICS AND MARKET PATTERNS IN A BERTRAND-
          EDGEWORTH GAME

          Daniel Heymann, Universidad de San Andrés, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Session
          Enrique Kawamura, Universidad de San Andrés                                   8:30-9:30
C68       Roberto Perazzo, Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires y Universidad de San
          Andrés
                                                                                         SP 320


          Martín G. Zimmermann, Universidad de San Andrés



          LEARNING AND STRATEGIC SIGNALING IN DYNAMIC AGENDA CONTROL
          Jidong Chen, Princeton University



          FAMILY, MARRIAGE

          THE LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES OF FAMILY CLASS ORIGINS IN URBAN
          CHINA
          Shun Wang, University of British Columbia


          HETEROGENEOUS AGING PARENTS AND INTERGENERATIONAL
          TRANSFERS IN JAPAN
          Taizo Motonishi, Kansai University

Session   PRIVATIZATION IN THE JAPANESE CHILD CARE MARKET: A MIXED
                                                                                        8:30-10:45
C54       DUOPOLY APPROACH
          Masuyuki Nishijima, Yokohama City University
                                                                                          SP 321


          DIVORCE, ABORTION, AND SEX-RATIO AT BIRTH: THE EFFECT OF THE
          AMENDED DIVORCE LAW IN CHINA
          Ang Sun, Brown University


          HOW INTERGENERATIONAL STATUS TRANSMISSION AFFECTS MARITAL
          SORTING: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
          Tao Li, Peking University
          Li Han, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
          Yaohui Zhao, Peking University



          FDI - III
          FDI SPILLOVERS IN CHINA
          Natasha Agarwal, University of Nottingham
          Chris Milner, University of Nottingham


          DOMESTIC EXPORT ACTIVITY AND FDI SPILLOVERS. EVIDENCE FROM
Session   POLISH FIRM-LEVEL DATA.
                                                                         8:30-9:30
C57       Jan Hagemejer, University of Warsaw, National Bank of Poland
          Andrzej Cieslik, University of Warsaw
                                                                          SD 401


          HOW MUCH DO TECHNOLOGICAL GAP, FIRM SIZE, AND REGIONAL
          CHARACTERISTICS MATTER FOR SPILLOVERS?
          Cesare Imbriani, Sapienza, University of Rome
          Rosanna Pittiglio, II University of Naples
          Filippo Reganati, Sapienza, University of Rome
          Edgardo Sica, University of Foggia



          TAXATION

          CAN RAISING DEDUCTIONS OF INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX STIMULATE
          CONSUMPTION? THE CASE IN CHINA
          Xin Wang, Tsinghua University
          Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua University



          OPTIMAL CAPITAL INCOME TAXATION WITH MEANS-TESTED BENEFITS
          Cagri Seda Kumru, The Australian National University
          John Piggott, The University of New South Wales
Session
                                                                         8:30-10:45
C145      SAVINGS, INEQUALITY AND AUTOMATIC STABILIZATION
          Michal Horvath, University of Oxford
                                                                           SP 112

          Charles Nolan, University of Glasgow


          MACROECONOMIC EFFECTS OF ALTERNATIVE TAX POLICIES DURING
          FINANCIAL CRISES
          Inci Gumus, Sabanci University



          INVESTMENT AND FINANCING STRATEGY OF A MULTINATIONAL
          ENTREPRISE UNDER ALTERNATIVE TAX DESIGNS
          Marcel Gerard, FUCaM, Université Catholique de Louvain
          Savina Princen, LSM, Université Catholique de Louvain



          FOOD SECURITY IN TIMES OF PRICE SURGES
          AND CLIMATE CHANGE
          Chairperson: Bina Agarwal, University of Delhi


          FOOD SECURITY IN TIMES OF PRICE SURGES AND CLIMATE CHANGE
          WITH A PRESENTATION ON "FOOD MARKET VOLATILITY AND THE POOR:
          CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS"
          Joachim von Braun, University of Bonn
Session                                                                             9:45-10:45

C2        IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AGRICULTURE AND GLOBAL FOOD                     SP 302
          SECURITY
          Mark W. Rosegrant, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)



          SUPPLY RESPONSES OF FARMERS TO CHANGES IN FOOD PRICES
          Raghav Gaiha, University of Delhi
          Katsushi S. Imai, University fo Manchester
          Ganesh Thapa, International Fund for Agricultural Development
          Abdilahi Ali, University of Manchester



          EDUCATION - IV, CHINA

          EDUCATION AND INCOME IN CHINA: EVIDENCE FROM THE 1986
          MANDATORY EDUCATION LAW
          Hai Fang, University of Colorado
          Karen Eggleston, Stanford University
          John Rizzo, State University of New York
          Scott Rozelle, Stanford University
          Richard Zeckhauser, Harvard University
Session
                                                                                    9:45-10:45
C41       THE EFFECTS OF COLLEGE ENROLLMENT EXPANSION ON
          EDUCATIONAL INEQUALITY: CHINESE EVIDENCE
                                                                                      SP 319


          Wenlan Luo, Tsinghua University
          Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua University


          COLLEGE ADMISSION MECHANISMS AND MATCHING QUALITY: AN
          EMPIRICAL STUDY ON CHINA’S COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
          SYSTEM
          Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua University
          Xiaohan Zhong, Tsinghua University
          ESTIMATION, INFERENCE IN PARTIALLY
          IDENTIFIED MODELS
          Chairperson: Yuanyuan Wan, Pennsylvania State Univeristy



          AN INTEGRATION BASED APPROACH TO MOMENT INEQUALITY MODELS
          Yuanyuan Wan, The Pennsylvania State University
Session
                                                                         9:45-10:45
C10       ASYMPTOTICALLY EFFICIENT ESTIMATION OF MODELS DEFINED BY         W 404
          CONVEX MOMENT INEQUALITIES
          Hiroaki Kaido, Boston University
          Andres Santos, UC San Diego

          AVERAGED INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLES ESTIMATOR
          Yoonseok Lee, University of Michigan
          Yu Zhou, University of Michigan



          MACROECONOMICS - I

          A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF OIL PRICE SHOCKS ON JAPAN AND
          US
          Hongzhi Tian, Osaka Prefecture University


          MONEY DEMAND AND THE ROLE OF MONETARY INDICATORS IN
Session
          FORECASTING EURO AREA INFLATION
C113      Christian Dreger, DIW Berlin
          Juergen Wolters, Free University of Berlin
                                                                         9:45-10:45
                                                                           W 405


          INFLATION UNCERTAINTY REVISITED: DO DIFFERENT MEASURES
          DISAGREE?
          Christian Grimme, University of Munich
          Steffen Henzel, University of Munich
          Elisabeth Wieland, University of Munich



          POLITICAL ECONOMY - III

          THE COEVOLUTION OF ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT FROM
          MONARCHY TO DEMOCRACY
          Fali Huang, Singapore Management University

Session   MECHANISMS FOR CORRUPTION SUPPRESSION
                                                                         9:45-10:45
C126                                                                       W 503
Session
                                                                                            9:45-10:45
C126      Alexander Vasin, Lomonosov Moscow State University
          Pavel Nikolaev, Lomonosov Moscow State University
                                                                                              W 503

          Anton Urazov, Lomonosov Moscow State University

          THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF AUTOCRACY
          Jiahua Che, Chinese University of Hong Kong
          Kim Sau Chung, University of Minnesota
          Xue Qiao, Tsinghua University



          CHINESE ECONOMY - I

          FURTHER EVIDENCE ON THE STATIONARITY OF CHINA'S
          MACROECONOMIC SERIES
Session
          Qing Han, Shandong University                                                     9:45-10:45
C21       EXPLAINING THE AGGREGATE SAVING BEHAVIOR OF CHINA
                                                                                              SP 320


          Xinhua Gu, University of Macau
          Pui Sun Tam, University of Macau
          Bihong Huang, University of Macau



          FDI - IV

          INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE LOCATION OF FOREIGN DIRECT
          INVESTMENT A REGIONAL ANALYSIS
          Paulo Regis, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Session
                                                                                            9:45-10:45
C58       Daniel Saslavsky, Centro de Implementación de Políticas la Equidad y Desarrollo
          Lucio Castro, Centro de Implementación de Políticas parapara la Equidad y
          Desarrollo
                                                                                              SD 401

          DYNAMIC TAX/INFRASTRUCTURE COMPETITION: THE SURVIVAL OF
          SMALL STATES
          Yutao Han, CREA, University of Luxembourg
          Patrice Pieretti, University of Luxembourg
          Benteng Zou, University of Luxembourg


Session   SOCIAL SECURITY (IN CHINESE)                                                      9:45-12:00
 Z4                                                                                           SD 418



          ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF CIVILIZATION
          Chairperson: Avner Greif, Stanford University
          Co-Chairperson: Timur Kuran, Duke University
          RISK, INSTITUTIONS AND GROWTH: WHY ENGLAND AND NOT CHINA?
          Avner Greif, Stanford University
          Murat Iyigun, University of Colorado


          POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE MIDDLE EAST’S ISLAMIC ECONOMIC
Session   LEGACY
                                                                       11:00-12:30
S1        Timur Kuran, Duke University
          ROCK, SCISSORS, PAPER: THE PROBLEM OF INCENTIVES AND
                                                                         SD 401

          INFORMATION IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE STATE AND THE ORIGIN OF
          GREAT DIVERGENCE
          Debin Ma, London School of Economics


          DEVELOPMENT 'PATHS' AND 'CIVILIZATION' IN AFRICA AND ASIA:
          REFLECTIONS ON STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATING CULTURAL AND
          MATERIAL EXPLANATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL LONG-TERM ECONOMIC
          PERFORMANCE

          Gareth Austin, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies



          INCOME AND WEALTH INEQUALITY IN THE 21ST
          CENTURY
          Chairperson: Thomas Piketty, Paris School of Economics

          WILL 21C CAPITALISM BE AS UNEQUAL AS 19C CAPITALISM?
          Thomas Piketty, Paris School of Economics

Session
          THE MISSING WEALTH OF NATIONS: ARE EUROPE AND THE U.S. NET                   11:00-12:30
S3        CREDITORS OR NET DEBTORS?                                                      W 409
          Gabriel Zucman, Paris School of Economics


          THE LEVEL AND DISTRIBUTION OF GLOBAL HOUSEHOLD WEALTH, 2000-
          2010
          James B. Davies, University of Western Ontario
          Rodrigo Lluberas, Royal Holloway College, London
          Anthony Shorrocks, Global Economic Perspectives



          MACRO ECONOMIC THEORY AND POLICY:
          FINANCIAL FRICTIONS AND AGGREGATE
          ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
          Chairperson: Nobuhiro Kiyotaki, Princeton University


Session
                                                                                       11:00-12:30
S6                                                                                       W 121
Session   FINANCIAL DEEPENING AND INTERNATIONAL LIQUIDITY
          Nobuhiro Kiyotaki, Princeton University                                      11:00-12:30
S6                                                                                       W 121
          CREDIT RISK AND BUSINESS CYCLE DYNAMICS
          Simon Gilchris, Boston University

          LIQUIDITY, ASSETS AND BUSINESS CYCLES

          Shouyong Shi, University of Toronto, China Economics and Mangement Academy




          GENDER, THE CARE ECONOMY & PUBLIC POLICY
          Chairperson: Bina Agarwal, University of Delhi


          THE MARKETISATION OF CARE: RATIONALES AND CONSEQUENCES IN
          AUSTRALIA, SWEDEN AND THE UK
          Deborah Brennan, University of New South Wales
          Bettina Cass, University of New South Wales
          Susan Himmelweit, Open University
          Marta Szebehely, Stockholm University

Session
                                                                                       11:00-12:30
S22       THE INTERLINK OF CARE POLICY AND WOMEN’S LABOUR MARKET
          PARTICIPATION: THE CASE OF CHILD AND ELDERLY CARE IN JAPAN
                                                                                         SP 112

          Aya Abe, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research


          CHINESE WOMEN’S PAID WORK AND UNPAID CARE RESPONSIBILITIES
          UNDER ECONOMIC REFORM
          Xiao-yuan Dong, University of Winnipeg
          Sarah Cook, UNRISD, Geneva



          CARE WORK AND PUBLIC POLICY: BALANCING PAID AND UNPAID WORK
          UNDER THE PRESSURE OF ECONOMIC REFORMS
          Indira Ashokkumar Hirway, Centre for Development Alternatives



          THE CHINESE ECONOMY
          Chairperson: Lawrence Lau

          CHINA'S ECONOMY IN TRANSITION
          Yingyi Qian, Tsinghua University
Session
                                                                                       13:30-15:00
P2                                                                                       W 121
Session
                                                                             13:30-15:00
P2        CHINA'S INVESTMENT AND GDP GROWTH BOOM: WHEN WILL IT END?
                                                                               W 121


          Dwight Perkins, Harvard University

          TBA
          Shuqing Guo, China Construction Bank



          MEASURE OF SOCIAL WELFARE
          Chairperson: Jean-Paul Fitoussi, OFCE

          MEASURING ECONOMIC PROGRESS AND SUSTAINABILITY
          Steve Landefelt, US Bureau of Economic Analysis

          MEASURING WELLBEING:THE EXPERIENCE OF BHUTAN"
          Dasho Karma Ura, Centre for Bhutan Studies
Session
                                                                             13:30-15:00
S2        MEASURING EQUITABLE AND SUSTAINABLE WELL-BEING IN ITALY
                                                                               SP 112


          Enrico Giovannini, Italian National Statistical Institute ISTAT
          Tommaso Rondinella, Italian National Statistical Institute ISTAT


          ON THE MEASUREMENT OF ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE AND SOCIAL
          PROGRESS
          Jean-Paul Fitoussi, Sciences-po
          Joseph E. Stiglitz, Columbia University



          POLITICAL ECONOMY
          Chairperson: Joan Esteban, Universitat Pompeu Fabra


          INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND THE MAKING
          OF POLICY
          Mariano Tommasi, Universidad de San Andres

Session
          LOVE THY IMMIGRANT: A COMPLEMENTARITY THEORY OF IMMIGRATION 13:30-15:00
S17       POLICY
          Joan Esteba, Institutd'Analisi Economica
                                                                        SD 401


          Massimo Morelli, Columbia University
          Dominic Rohner, University of Zurich


          POLITICAL COMPETITION IN THE MULTIPLE-LEVEL HIERARCHY:
          EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
          Li-An Zhou, Peking University
          USING INTERNET E-COMMERCE DATA FROM
          ALIBABA TO UNDERSTAND ECONOMIC
          BEHAVIOR
          Chairperson: Richard Freeman, Harvard University and NBER


          USING INTERNET PRICE AND TRANSACTION DATA TO ANALYZE
          ECONOMIC MODELS OF MARKET PERFORMANCE
          Wei Chi, Tsinghua University
Session   Richard Freeman, Harvard University
          Andrew Wang, National Bureau of Economic Research                15:15-16:30
C7                                                                           W 407


          PRICES OF A “MODEL PRODUCT” IN CYBERSPACE: THE VARIATION OF
          BOOK PRICES WITHIN A COUNTRY AND ACROSS COUNTRIES
          Richard Freeman, Harvard University
          Andrew Wang, National Bureau of Economic Research



          OVERVIEW OF ALIBABA GROUP AND ALIBABA CLOUD COMPUTING
          Min Chu, Alibaba Group



          INCOME DISTRIBUTION - I

          AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DETERMINANTS OF THE INCOME
          MOBILITY OF URBAN RESIDENTS IN CHINA
          Kai Luo, Central University of Finance and Economics
          Xiao Wang, Shandong Economic University


          ACUTE MULTIDIMENSIONAL POVERTY: A NEW INDEX FOR DEVELOPING
          COUNTRIES
          Sabina Alkire, Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
Session   Maria Emma Santos, CONICET-UNS, OPHI
                                                                           15:15-18:00
C81       MIRACLE THAT NEVER WAS: DISAGGREGATED LEVEL OF INEQUALITY IN
                                                                             SP 112

          INDONESIA
          Mohammad Zulfan Tadjoeddin, University of Western Sydney


          WAGE INEQUALITY IN INDIA: DECOMPOSITION BY SECTOR, GENDER
          AND ACTIVITY STATUS
          Panchanan Das, West Bengal Education Service

          IDENTIFYING BPL HOUSEHOLDS IN INDIA
          Sabina Alkire, OPHI, University of Oxford
          Suman Seth, OPHI, University of Oxford



          GROWTH

          ASPIRATIONS AND GROWTH: A MODEL WHERE THE INCOME OF OTHERS
          ACTS AS A REFERENCE POINT
          Francesco Bogliacino, European Commission JRC, Universidad EAFIT
          Pietro Ortoleva, California Institute of Technology
Session
                                                                             15:15-16:30
C72       POPULATION GROWTH AND ENDOGENOUS TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE:
          AUSTRALIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE LONG RUN
                                                                               SP 319

          Rajabrata Banerjee, University of South Australia



          IS THE EXPORT LED GROWTH HYPOTHESIS VALID? CO-INTEGRATION
          AND CAUSALITY EVIDENCE FROM 12 DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
          Pradeep Agrawal, University Enclave



          MACRO DYNAMICS - I
          REAL WAGES AND THE BUSINESS CYCLE IN GERMANY
          Martyna Marczak, University of Hohenheim
          Thomas Beissinger, University of Hohenheim and IZA
Session
                                                                             15:15-16:30
C111      HETEROGENEOUS ABILITY AND THE EFFECTS OF FISCAL POLICY
          COMPOSITION ON EMPLOYMENT AND GROWTH
                                                                               SP 320

          Freddy Heylen, Ghent University
          Renaat Van de Kerckhove, Ghent University

          FINANCIAL INTEGRATION AND CONSUMPTION RISK SHARING
          Yui Suzuki, Seton Hall University



          PUBLIC GOODS

          NEIGHBOR EFFECTS IN THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC GOODS IN A YOUNG
          DEMOCRACY: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
          Claudio A. Agostini, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Santiago
          Philip H. Brown, Colby College
          Xiaobo Zhang, International Food Policy Research Institute
Session
                                                                             15:15-16:30
C135      STATE OR NATURE? FORMAL VS. INFORMAL SANCTIONING IN THE
          VOLUNTARY PROVISION OF PUBLIC GOODS
                                                                               SP 302
Session
                                                                                        15:15-16:30
C135                                                                                      SP 302

          Kenju Kamei, Brown University
          Louis Putterman, Brown University
          Jean-Robert Tyran, University of Vienna, University of Copenhagen


          VOLUNTARY PROVISION OF PUBLIC GOOD IN A DYNAMIC ECONOMY:
          POSSIBILITY OF IMMISERIZING GROWTH
          Debasis Mondal, Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T.) Delhi



          BUSINESS CYCLE - I

          COMOVEMENT OF BUSINESS CYCLE COMOVEMENT AND TRADE IN
          INTERMEDIATE GOODS
          Madhavi Pundit, Boston College


          OPTIMAL INTERMEDIATED INVESTMENT IN A LIQUIDITY-DRIVEN
          BUSINESS CYCLE
Session
          Edward J. Green, Penn State University                                        15:15-16:30
C19       Jenny X. Li, Penn State University                                              W 404
          Jia Pan, Penn State University


          CAN WE PREVENT BOOM-BUST CYCLES DURING EURO AREA
          ACCESSION?

          Michal Brzoza-Brzezina, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw School of Economics
          Pascal Jacquinot, European Central Bank
          Marcin Kolasa, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw School of Economics



          EXCHANGE RATE - I
          TAYLOR RULES AND EXCHANGE RATE MODELING
          Yiding Wan, University of East Anglia, UK
          A FEASIBLE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK ABOUT DUAL CURRENCY
          AREA, INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC CURRENCY, AND SUPRANATIONAL
          CENTRAL BANK
Session   Jeff Liu, Shanghai University of Finance & Economics
                                                                                        15:15-16:30
C49       CAN THE PRECAUTIONARY MOTIVE EXPLAIN THE CHINESE CORPORATE
                                                                                          W 503

          SAVINGS PUZZLE?
          Yi Huang, London Business School


          ON THE LINK BETWEEN DISTRIBUTION'S MARGINS AND EXCHANGE
          RATES: THE ROLE OF GLOBALIZATION
          Cédric Durand, Paris 13 (CEPN-EHESS)
          Antonia Lopez-Villavicencio, Paris 13 (CEPN-EHESS)



          INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION - IV

          PRICE ADJUSTMENT POLICIES IN PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING: AN
          ANALYSIS OF BIDDING BEHAVIOR
          Xueqi Zhou, University of Oklahoma
          Georgia Kosmopoulou, University of Oklahoma


          THE PRIVATE AND THE SOCIAL DESIRABILITY OF INPUT JOINT
          VENTURES
          Manas Chaudhuri, Narasinha Dutt College
          Rajat Acharyya, Jadavpur University

Session
          MERGERS WITH POTENTIALLY COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS                          15:15-18:00
C91       Chongmin Kim, Kookmin University
          In Ho Lee, Seoul National University
                                                                                     SP 321




          THE DYNAMICS OF INDUSTRIES WITH SCARCE DURABLE RESOURCES
          Huasheng Song, Zhejiang University
          Ruqu Wang, Queen's University
          Jianliang Ye, Zhejiang University



          ARE SUPERMARKET FOOD PRICES MORE OR LESS LIKELY TO BE
          DISCOUNTED THE LONGER THEY REMAIN WITHOUT A SALE?
          Hao Lan, University of Nottingham



          FDI - V
          HOW DOESOFDI AFFECT HOME-COUNTRY’S INDUSTRIAL
          COMPETITIVENESS? EVIDENCE FROM CROSS-SECTION AND PANEL
          ESTIMATIONS IN 1985-2005
          Kevin Honglin Zhang, Illinois State University



          PRODUCTION UNDER FOREIGN OWNERSHIP AND DOMESTIC
Session   VOLATILITY: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION AT THE SECTOR LEVEL
          Sandrine Levasseur, Observatoire Français Des Conjonctuers Économiques
                                                                                   15:15-18:00
C60       (OFCE)
          GENETIC DISTANCE, OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE, AND MULTINATIONAL
                                                                                     W 409

          FIRM PERFORMANCE
          Heiwai Tang, Tufts University
          Jiahua Che, Chinese University of Hong Kong
          TESTING THE ASSET-SEEKING HYPOTHESIS VIA INVESTMENTS OF
          CHINESE AND INDIAN FIRMS IN EUROPE
          Hw Yong, CERDI/CNRS, University of Auvergne
          Zhou Hong, Fudan University



          CREDIT/DEBT MARKETS

          SMALL BUSINESS LOAN GUARANTEES AS INSURANCE AGAINST
          AGGREGATE RISKS
          Ye (George) Jia, University of Prince Edward Island

          MICRO-FINANCE COMPETITION WITH MOTIVATED MFIS
          Brishti Guha, Singapore Management University
          Prabal Roy Chowdhury, Indian Statistical Institute


          GOING FORWARD FINANCIALLY: CREDIT UNIONS AS AN ALTERNATIVE
          TO COMMERCIAL BANKS
          Mark Klinedinst, University of Southern Mississippi
Session
                                                                       15:15-18:00
C31                                                                      W 405
          DOES SEMI-FORMAL CREDIT HELP TO COPE WITH AGGREGATE
          SHOCKS? EVIDENCE FROM ROSCAS AND THE INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI
          Kristina Czura, Goethe University Frankfurt
          Stefan Klonner, University of Heidelberg


          EX ANTE BARGAINING AND EX POST ENFORCEMENT IN TRADE CREDIT
          SUPPLY: THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
          Noriyuki Yanagawa, University of Tokyo
          Mariko Watanabe, Institute of Developing Economies

          FINANCIAL FRICTIONS AND CREDIT SPREADS
          Ke Pang, Wilfrid Laurier University
          Pierre Siklos, Wilfrid Laurier University


Session   INCOME DISTRIBUTION (IN CHINESE)                             15:15-18:00
Z5                                                                       SD 418



          BANK - III: CHINA & S. ASIA
          DOES THE CHINESE BANKING SYSTEM PROMOTE THE GROWTH OF
          FIRMS?
          Panicos O. Demetriades, University of Leicester
          Jun Du, Aston University
            Sourafel Girma, University of Nottingham

            Chenggang Xu, LSE and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  Session   NONTRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CHINESE COMMERCIAL BANKS:
                                                                                          16:45-18:00
 C17        DO OWNERSHIP AND LOCATION MATTER?
            Michael Firth, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
                                                                                            W 407

            Wei Li, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
            Steven Shuye Wang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University


            EFFECT OF OWNERSHIP ON BANK PERFORMANCE IN SOUTH ASIAN
            COUNTRIES - A CROSS COUNTRY COMPARISON AMONG BANGLADESH,
            INDIA AND SRI LANKA

            Wanniarachchige Manjula Kumara , Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
            S. M. Sohrab Uddin , Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University



            HEALTH

            AN ASSESSMENT OF MALARIA FEVER ON THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIO-
            ECONOMIC GROWTH OF NIGERIA
            Victoria Jatto, University of Abuja
            Salamatu Ibrahim, Ahmadu Bello University
  Session   Okediran J, General Hospital
                                                                                          16:45-18:00
C152 ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF SERIOUS HEALTH EVENTS IN THE RUSSIAN                            SP 319

            FEDERATION
            Yevgeniy Goryakin, University of East Anglia


            LONG-TERM HEALTH AND SOCIOECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF CHILD
            LABOR: EVIDENCE FROM BRAZIL
            Xuelian Zhang, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey



            MACROECONOMICS - II

            THE ANATOMY OF STANDARD DSGE MODELS WITH FINANCIAL
            FRICTIONS

            Michal Brzoza-Brzezina, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw School of Economics
            Marcin Kolasa, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw School of Economics
  Session
                                                                                          16:45-18:00
C114 Krzysztof Makarski, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw School of Economics                SP 320
 Session
                                                                                   16:45-18:00
C114                                                                                 SP 320


           BOOMS, BUSTS AND GROWTH
           Olivier Jeanne, John Hopkins University
           Anton Korinek, University of Maryland

           DEMAND CREATES ITS OWN SUPPLY
           Christophe Chamley, Boston University



           SOCIAL CAPITAL, NETWORK - I
           BRIDGING OR BONDING: ECONOMIC PAYOFF TO SOCIAL CAPITAL, WITH
           AN APPLICATION TO RUSSIA
           Rinat Menyashev, Higher School of Economics
 Session   Leonid Polishchuk, Higher School of Economics
                                                                                   16:45-18:00
C140 SOCIAL CAPITAL, TRUST, AND MULTIPLE EQUILIBRIA IN ECONOMIC                      SP 302

           PERFORMANCE
           Katarzyna Growiec, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities

           Jakub Growiec, National Bank of Poland and Warsaw School of Economics

           VIOLENCE, SOCIAL CAPITAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
           Leonard Becchetti, University of Rome Tor Vergata
           Pierrluigi Conzo, University of Rome Tor Vergata & EIEF
           Alessandoro Romeo, University of Rome Tor Vergata & World Bank



           BUSINESS CYCLE - II

           EXPECTATION ERRORS, UNCERTAINTY AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
           Yavuz Arslan, Central Bank of Turkey
           Aslihan Atabek, Central Bank of Turkey
           Timur Hulagu, Central Bank of Turkey
 Session   Saygin Sahinoz, Central Bank of Turkey
                                                                                   16:45-18:00
 C20       SOURCES OF MACROECONOMIC VOLATILITY IN A SMALL OPEN
                                                                                     W 404

           ECONOMY
           Alejandro Jara, Central Bank of Chile


           FINANCIAL LINKAGES AND BUSINESS CYCLES OF JAPAN: AN ANALYSIS
           USING FINANCIAL CONDITIONS INDEX
           Jun-ichi Shinkai, Osaka University
           Akira Kohsaka, Osaka University
            EXCHANGE RATE - II

            THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS AND RISK
            PREMIUM TO MOVEMENTS IN EXCHANGE RATES: A STATE-SPACE
            DECOMPOSITION
  Session
            Nathan S. Balke, Southern Methodist University                16:45-18:00
 C50        Jun Ma, University of Alabama
            Mark Wohar, University of Nebraska-Omaha
                                                                            W 503



            EXCHANGE RATE AND WAGE ADJUSTMENT
            Francesco Nucci, Università di Roma La Sapienza
            Alberto Franco Pozzolo, Università del Molise



THURSDAY 7 JULY 2011


            HOUSING AND LAND MARKETS - I

            CENTRAL BANK INTERVENTION IN A BUBBLE ECONOMY: A BEHAVIORAL
            APPROACH FOR THE HOUSING MARKET
            Adriana F. Ponta, Universidade Federal Fluminense

  Session   IS THERE A BUBBLE IN THE CHINESE HOUSING MARKET?
                                                                           8:30-9:30
 C76        Christian Dreger, DIW Berlin
            Yanqun Zhang, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
                                                                            W 405


            LEVERAGE AND HOUSE-PRICE DYNAMICS UNDER THE RECOURSE-LOAN
            SYSTEM IN JAPANESE PREFECTURES
            Miki Seko, Keio University
            Kazuto Sumita, Kanazawa Seiryo University
            Kensuke Konno, Mizuho Trust Systems



            ECONOMETRICS

            CONSISTENCY OF HEDONIC PRICE INDEXES WITH UNOBSERVED
            CHARACTERISTICS
            Iqbal Syed, University of New South Wales
  Session
                                                                           8:30-9:30
 C36        EULER EQUATION ESTIMATION ON MICRO DATA
            Sule Alan,University of Cambridge
                                                                            SP 319

            Kadir Atalay, University of New South Wales
            Thomas F. Crossley, University of Cambridge

            HIERARCHICAL BAYESIAN METHOD FOR GRAVITY EQUATIONS
          Meixin Guo, Tsinghua University




          INCOME INEQAULITY

          THE ENDOGENOUS POVERTY LINE: EXISTENCE AND IMPLICATIONS
          Indranil Dutta, University of Manchester
Session
          Laurence Roope, University of Manchester                      8:30-9:30
C84       Horst Zank, University of Manchester                           SP 112



          CONDITIONS FOR THE MOST ROBUST POVERTY COMPARISONS USING
          THE ALKIRE-FOSTER FAMILY OF MEASURES
          Gaston Yalonetzky, University of Oxford



          CRISIS


          TRANSMISSION OF THE FINANCIAL AND SOVEREIGN DEBT CRISES TO
          THE EMU: STOCK PRICES, CDS SPREADS AND EXCHANGE RATES
          Robert Vermeulen, De Nederlandsche Bank
          Theoharry Grammatikos, Luxembourg School of Finance
          SHOULD WE HAVE OR SHOULD WE HAVE NOT, AND WHO SHOULD HAVE
Session   PAID?
                                                                        8:30-9:30
C33       Benjamin Bental, University of Haifa
          Dominique Demougin, EBS University
                                                                         SP 320


          PREVENTING STOCK MARKET CRISES (II): REGULATING TRADE-BASED
          PRICE-LIFTING
          Xin Yan
          Lawrence R. Klein
          Viktoria Dalko, Hult Int. BS & Harvard University
          Ferenc Gyurcsány
          Michael H. Wang



          PUBLIC FINANCE SUSTAINABILITY - II

          FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF AN ECONOMY EXPLORATORY REMARKS
Session
          Jean-Paul Fitoussi, OFCE                                      8:30-9:30
C131      Xavier Timbeay                                                 SP 321
Session
                                                                                          8:30-9:30
C131                                                                                       SP 321
          WHEN BALASSA-SAMUELSON COMES TO MAASTRICHT: DEBT
          SUSTAINABILITY, GROWTH AND TRANSITION
          Trond-Arne Borgersen, Ostfold University College
          Roswitha M. King, Ostfold University College



          EXCHANGE RATE - III

          EFFECT OF EXCHANGE RATE ON PRODUCER PRICES: INSIGHTS FROM
          MICRO DATA
Session   Shutao Cao, Bank of Canada
                                                                                          8:30-9:30
C48       Wei Dong, Bank of Canada
          Ben Tomlin, Bank of Canada
                                                                                           SP 302



          HETEROGENEITY IN PRICE STICKINESS AND PERSISTENCE OF REAL
          EXCHANGE RATE
          Yue Jiang, Cardiff Business School



          CONTRACT - II ORGANIZATION

          THE DILEMMA OF DELEGATING SEARCH: BUDGETING IN PUBLIC
          EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
          John T. Addison, University of South Carolina
          Martin Altemeyer-Bartscher, Chemnitz University of Technology
          Thomas Kuhn, Chemnitz University of Technology
Session
                                                                                          8:30-9:30
C27       UNCERTAINTY, INCOMPLETE CONTRACTS, AND FIRMS'
          ORGANIZATIONAL MODES
                                                                                           W 407

          Churen Sun, Institute of International Business,Shanghai Institute of Foreign
          Trade
          Guoqiang Tian, Texas A&M University

          INCOMPLETE CONTRACT AND DIVISIONAL STRUCTURES
          Yongqin Wang, Fudan University
          Te Bao, Amsterdam School of Economics



          POST-CRISIS NEW INTERNATIONAL MONETARY
          SYSTEM AND EAST ASIAN MONETARY
          COOPERATION
          Chairperson: John Junggun Oh, Korea International Finance Association (KIFA)
          and Korea University




Session
                                                                                          8:30-10:45
                                                                                            SD 401
          FAILURE OF INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM AND STRENGTHENING
          OF ASIAN FINANCIAL COOPERATION
          Jung Sik Kim, KIFA, Yonsei University

Session
          EVALUATION OF PROPOSED IMS REFORMS AND DIRECTION OF NEW IMS                     8:30-10:45
C8        DIRECTION: AN EAST ASIAN PERSPECTIVE
          In Chul Kim, KIFA, Sungkyunkwan University
                                                                                            SD 401



          POST-CRISIS REGIONAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE IN EAST ASIA FOR
          NEW INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM
          John Junggun Oh, KIFA, Korea University

          DISCUSSANTS:
          Yonghong Tu, Renmin University
          Jiyao Bi, Institute for International Economic Research, NDRC

          Lian Cheng, Institute of Finance & Banking, Chinese Academy of Social Science



          CORPORATE GOVERNANCE I - EMPIRICAL

          BOARD COMPOSITION, POLITICAL CONNECTIONS AND PERFORMANCE
          IN STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES
          Anna Menozzi, University of Eastern Piedmont
          Maria Gutierrez Urtiaga, Universidad Carlo III de Madrid
          Davide Vannoni, University of Torino


          ENDOGENOUSLY DETERMINED CEO TURNOVER: THE STRUGGLE FOR
Session
          CONTINUANCE IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FIRMS                                         8:30-10:45
C30       Esteban Lafuente, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
          Miguel A. García-Cestona, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
                                                                                            W 503



          INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND ECONOMIC DECLINE IN JAPAN: A
          CONSEQUENCE OF HYBRIDIZATION?
          Hideaki Miyajima, Waseda University and RIETI


          20 YEARS OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN CENTRAL EASTERN
          EUROPE: A SURVEY OF SYSTEMS AND CODES
          Czeslaw Mesjasz, Cracow University of Economics



          CHINESE ECONOMY - II

          AGE DIFFERENCE OF PRODUCTIVITY AND LEWISIAN TURNING POINT


Session
                                                                                          9:45-10:45
C22                                                                                         W 404
          Zheng Zhang, Peking University

Session
          THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES: EVIDENCE      9:45-10:45
C22       FROM CHINESE MUNICIPALITIES
          Jin Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
                                                                         W 404




          A SCREENING PERSPECTIVE ON CHINA’S EXPERIMENTAL REFORM
          Chen Cheng, Peking University
          Yiqing Xing, Stanford University



          HOUSING AND LAND MARKETS - II
          HOUSING PURCHASE AND HOUSEHOLD SAVING RATE
          Weilong Zhang, Renmin University of China
          Zhesheng Qiu, Renmin University of China

Session
                                                                       9:45-10:45
C77       HOUSE PRICES, CONSUMPTION AND THE ROLE OF HOUSEHOLD DEBT
          Katya Kartashova, Bank of Canada
                                                                         W 405


          Ben Tomlin, Bank of Canada


          URBAN LAND DEREGULATION AND HETEROGENOUS IMPACTS ON
          CREDIT ACCESS
          Yoichi Kimura, Boston University



          EDUCATION-V COUNTRY STUDIES

          GOING TO UNIVERSITY? FAMILY BACKGROUND AND TERTIARY
          EDUCATION ENROLMENT IN FRANCE AND ITALY
          Elisabetta Croci Angelini, University of Macerata
          Francesco Farina, University of Siena
Session
                                                                       9:45-10:45
C42       NATIVE STUDENTS AND GAINS FROM EXPORTING HIGHER EDUCATION:
          EVIDENCE FROM AUSTRALIA
                                                                         SP 319

          Li Zhou, University of Alberta

          THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE TEST SCORE GAP IN BRAZIL
          Pedro de Oliveira, University of Sao Paulo
          Walter Belluzzo, University of Sao Paulo
          Elaine Toldo Pazello, University of Sao Paulo
          PENSIONS

          PENSION REFORM, EMPLOYMENT BY AGE, AND LONG-RUN GROWTH IN
          OECD COUNTRIES.
          Tim Buyse, Ghent University
          Freddy Heylen, Ghent University
          Renaat Van de Kerckhove, Ghent University
Session
                                                                          9:45-10:45
C124      SPILLOVER EFFECTS OF A BRAZILIAN OLD-AGE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
          ON LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION
                                                                            SP 112

          Pedro Rodrigues de Oliveira, ESALQ - University of Sao Paulo
          Ana Lúcia Kassouf, ESALQ - University of Sao Paulo


          EVALUATING THE IMPACT ON SAVING OF TAX-FAVORED RETIREMENT
          PLANS
          Andrea Tiseno, Bank of Italy
          Monica Paiella, University of Naples



          EXPERIMENT - II
          VIOLENCE, SOCIAL CAPITAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:
          Pierluigi Conzo, University of Rome Tor Vergata, EIEF
Session   Leonardo Becchetti, Universita di Roma Tor Vergata
                                                                          9:45-10:45
C51       Alessasndro Romeo, University of Rome Tor Vergata, World Bank
                                                                            SP 320


          GUILT AVERSION REVISITED: AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF A NEW MODEL
          Toshiji Kawagoe, Future University Hakodate
          Yusuke Narita, University of Tokyo



          INSTITUTION - QUALITY
          LUCAS PARADOX IN THE SHORT RUN AND IN THE LONG RUN
          Bilal Keskinsoy, The University of Nottingham
          INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY, FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT, AND CAPITAL
Session   FLIGHT
                                                                          9:45-10:45
C96       Abdilahi Ali, University of Manchester
                                                                            SP 321


          AFRICA’S ECONOMIC REFORMS AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE.
          Aloysius Ajab AMIN, KIMEP- Almaty
          Dipo Busari, UNIDEP
          Tharcisse Ntilivamunda, UNIDEP
          CENTRAL BANK POLICY
          Chairperson: Ercan Uygur, Turkish Economic Association

          WHERE DOES INFLATION TARGETING STAND?
          Ercan Uygur, Turkish Economic Association
          Mehmet Ivrendi, Pamukkale University
Session   Bülent Güloglu, Pamukkale University
                                                                    9:45-10:45
C5        FINANCIAL SHOCKS AND INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYMENT
                                                                      SP 302

          Erdem Basci, Central Bank of Turkey
          Yusuf Soner Baskaya, Central Bank of Turkey
          Mustafa Kilinc, Central Bank of Turkey

          MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY
          Turalay Kenç, Central Bank of Turkey



          CONTRACT-III - ORGANIZATION


          DOES THE REWARD FROM HIERARCHY EFFICIENTLY ENCOURAGE
          GROUP CONTRIBUTION? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
          Wenting Zhou, University of York
Session
                                                                    9:45-10:45
C28       UPFRONT PAYMENT, RENEGOTIATION AND (MIS)COORDINATION IN
                                                                      W 407

          MULTILATERAL VERTICAL CONTRACTING
          Igor Muraviev, Higher School of Economics and ICEF


          LIFETIME INCENTIVE, GROUP NORM AND COMMITMENT WITHIN
          HIERARCHICAL ORGANIZATION
          Yanren Zhang, University of Aberdeen


Session   URBANIZATION (IN CHINESE)                                 9:45-12:00
Z6                                                                    SD 418



          COMPLEX ECONOMICS DYNAMICS: AGENT-
          BASED AND ANALYTICAL MODELS
          Chairperson: Herbert Gintis, Santa Fe Institute




Session
                                                                    11:00-12:30
          AGENT-BASED AND ANALYTICAL MODELS OF STABILITY IN
          GENERALIZED MARKET EXCHANGE
          Herbert Gintis, Santa Fe Institute
          Antoine Mandel

Session   DYNAMIC AGGREGATION IN THE TIMES OF HETEROGENEOUS                    11:00-12:30
S4        INTERACTING AGENTS AND NETWORK: AN ANALYTICAL SOLUTION FOR
          AGENT BASED MODELS
                                                                                 SD 401

          Corrado Di Guilmi, University of Technology
          Mauro Gallegati, Università Politecnica delle Marche
          Simone Landini, Socioeconomic Research Institute of Piedmont
          Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University

          THE EURACE MACROECONOMIC MODEL AND SIMULATOR
          Silvio Cincotti, University of Genoa
          Marco Raberto, University of Genoa
          Andrea Teglio, Universitat Jaume I



          EAST ASIAN FINANCIAL INTEGRATION
          Chairperson: Takatoshi Ito, University of Tokyo

          CRISIS AND FINANCIAL COOPERATION IN EAST ASIA
          Takatoshi Ito, University of Tokyo
Session   COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ASIAN FINANCIAL AND MONETARY
                                                                               11:00-12:30
S21       INTEGRATION
          Jong-Wha Lee, Korea University
                                                                                 W 121




          RMB INTERNATIONALIZATION, THE REFORM OF THE INTERNATIONAL
          MONETARY SYSTEM AND EAST ASIAN MONETARY COOPERATION
          Yonding Yu, China Society of World Economics



          DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACTS ON DEVELOPMENT
          Chairperson: Fang Cai, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

          IDENTITY AND MOBILITY
          Rohini Somanathan, Dehli School of Economics, Princeton University
Session
                                                                               11:00-12:30
S18       CHINA: POPULATION AGING AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
          Judith Banister, Javelin Investments
                                                                                 SP 112

          David Bloom, Harvard School of Public Health
          Larry Rosenberg
S18

          TBA
          Fang Cai, Chinese Academy of Social Science



          INVITED LECTURE
Session   Chairperson: Kenneth Binmore
                                                                                          13:30-14:15
L3        TBA
                                                                                            W 121

          Eric Maskin, Institute of Advanced Studies



          INVITED LECTURE
Session   Chairperson: Kenneth Binmore
                                                                                          14:15-15:00
L4        THEORY AND REALITY IN ECONOMICS: INSIGHTS FROM THREE
          ALLEGORIES
                                                                                            W 121

          Michihiro Kandori, University of Tokyo



          CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: EVOLUTION,
          DIVERSITY AND CRISIS
          Chairperson: Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge


          AN END TO CONSENSUS? THE SELECTIVE IMPACT OF CORPORATE LAW
          REFORM ON FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT
          Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge
Session   Prabirjit Sarkar, Jadavpur University
                                                                     13:30-105:00
S11       Ajit Singh, University of Cambridge                           SP 112

          ON THE PLASTICITY OF CORPORATE LAW
          Katharina Pistor, Columbia Law School


          ARE GOVERNMENT-OWNED BANKS LESS PRONE TO MORAL HAZARD
          BEHAVIOUR?
          Svetlana Andrianova, University of Leicester
          Panicos O. Demetriades, University of Leicester



          CHINESE ECONOMY - III
          THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MONETARY POLICY IN CHINA
          Hongyi Chen, Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research
          Qianying Chen, Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research
          Stefan Gerlach, Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability, University of
Session
          Frankfurt                                                                       15:15-16:30
C23                                                                                         W 404
Session
                                                                           15:15-16:30
C23       CHINESE MONETARY POLICY AND THE DOLLAR PEG
                                                                             W 404


          J. James Reade, University of Birmingham
          Ulrich Volz, German Development Institute

          MAKING SENSE OF CHINA'S EXCESSIVE FOREIGN RESERVES
          Yi Wen, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Tsinghua University



          HUMAN CAPITAL
          HUMAN CAPITAL EXTERNALITIES AND GROWTH
          Carolina Arteaga Cabrales, Banco de la República de Colombia



          HUMAN CAPITAL FORMATION ON SKILL-SPECIFIC LABOR MARKETS
Session
          Runli Xie, Humboldt University of Berlin                         15:15-16:30
C78                                                                          W 405
          SCHOOLING, EMPLOYER LEARNING, AND INTERNAL LABOR MARKET
          EFFECT WAGE DYNAMICS AND HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN THE
          JAPANESE STEEL INDUSTRY, 1930-1960S
          Masaki Nakabayashi, The University of Tokyo

          HUMAN CAPITAL AND PROPERTY RIGHTS
          Anna Grandori, Bocconi University



          GENDER - I

          GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN PROMOTION:EVIDENCE FROM CHINA
          Shisong Qing, Renmin University of China
Session
                                                                           15:15-16:30
C70       GENDER DIFFERENTIAL MIGRATION AND THE AIDS EPIDEMIC
          Ilhan Can Ozen, Middle Eastern Technical University
                                                                             SP 319



          GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PRESTIGE-SEEKING
          Jingping Li, National University of Singapore
          Yohanes E. Riyanto, Nanyang Technological University



          INNOVATION

          ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY AND INNOVATIVE CAPABILITY: AN APPROACH
          TO ESTIMATION
          Victor Polterovich, Central Economics and Mathematics Institute
          Alexander Tonis, New Economic School


          MEASURING CHINA’S INNOVATIVE CAPACITY. A STOCHASTIC FRONTIER
          EXERCISE
          Riccardo Leoncini, University of Bologna
          Chiara Franco, University of Bologna

Session
          FINANCING CONDITIONS, THE CONCEPT OF INNOVATION CAPACITY AND 15:15-18:15
C93       THE INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY OF FIRMS
          Georg Paula, University of Munich
                                                                         SP 302



          ECONOMIC POLICIES WITH ENDOGENOUS INNOVATION AND KEYNESIAN
          DEMAND MANAGEMENT
          Giovanni Dosi, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies
          Giorgio Fagiolo, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies

          Mauro Napoletano, Observatoire Francais des Conjonctures Economiques
          Andrea Roventini, University of Verona

          THE DYNAMIC APPROACH TO HETEROGENEOUS INNOVATIONS
          Anton A. Bondarev, Bielefeld University.



          RMB EXCHANGE RATIO - I

          IS RENMINBI UNDERVALUED?——AN ANALYSIS BASED ON DIFFERENT
          DATA SETS
          Ke Zhou, Southwest University for Nationalities


          THE INTERMEDIATE TRAP OF EXCHANGE RATE BAND AND ITS
          TEST:CONCURRENTLY A COMMENT ON RMB’S DESIRABLE EXCHANGE
Session
          RATE BAND                                                              15:15-16:30
C137      Hua Chen, Xiamen University
          Xiaofeng Li, Xiamen University
                                                                                   SP 320




          A RESEARCH ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF RMB EXCHANGE RATE
          EXPECTATIONS——EMPIRICAL STUDY BASED ON SURVEY DATA
          Xiaofeng Li, Xiamen University
          Lizhen Qian, Xiamen University
          Qijia Li, Haitong Futures Co., Ltd



          INSTITUTION - I
           AN ECONOMIC THEORY OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNANCE
           Sankarshan Acharya, University of Illinois at Chicago



           CULTURALLY-BASED BELIEFS AND LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS
           Fabio D'Orlando, University of Cassino and CREAM
           Francesco Ferrante, University of Cassino and CREAM
           Gabriele Ruiu, University of Cassino and CREAM
 Session
                                                                                         15:15-16:30
C94        TAMING THE (NOT SO) STATIONARY BANDIT: TURNOVER OF RULING
           ELITES AND PROTECTION OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
                                                                                           SP 420


           Leonid Polishchuk, Higher School of Economics
           Georgiy Syunyaev, Higher School of Economics



           RELIGION, INCOME INEQUALITY, AND THE SIZE OF THE GOVERNMENT
           Ceyhun Elgin, Bogazici University
           Turkmen Goksel, Ankara University
           Mehmet Yigit Gurdal, TOBB-ETU
           Cuneyt Orman, Central Bank of Republic of Turkey



           SOCIAL PROGRESS, WELL-BEING

           THE VALUE OF LUMINOSITY DATA AS A PROXY FOR ECONOMIC
           STATISTICS
           Xi Chen, Yale University
           William Nordhaus, Yale University


           “HEALTH OF NATIONS”: CIVILIZATION DIFFERENCES AND HUMAN
           DEVELOPMENT IN POST-SOCIALIST COUNTRIES

           Ovsey Shkaratan, National Research University - Higher School of Economics

           Anna Krasilova, National Research University - Higher School of Economics

 Session   Gordey Yastrebov, National Research University - Higher School of Economics
                                                                                         15:15-18:15
C142 WEEKENDS AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING                                                    SP 112

           John F. Helliwell, University of British Columbia
           Shun Wang, University of British Columbia



           SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: INDICATORS AND MEASUREMENT
          Dr. Anil Kumar Thakur, Indian Economic Association
          Deepti Taneja, Delhi University


          DOES MONEY BUY HAPPINESS? EVIDENCE FROM TWINS IN URBAN
          CHINA
          Hongbin Li, Tsinghua University
          Pak-Wai Liu,The Chinese University of Hong Kong
          Maoliang Ye, Harvard University
          Junsen Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong



          CONFUCIANISM


          “A COMPARISON OF THE CULTURAL INFLUENCE ON ECONOMIC POLICY
          OF CONFUCIANISM IN NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA”
          Marina V. Rosser, James Madison University
          J.Barkley Rosser,Jr., James Madison University

          THE PRICE OF BEING A BILLIONAIRE IN CONFUCIAN CULTURE
          Xianjie He, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Session   Oliver M. Rui, Chinese University of Hong Kong
                                                                                 15:15-16:30
C24       Tusheng Xiao, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
                                                                                   W 407

          A 'THIRD CULTURE' IN ECONOMICS? AN ESSAY ON SMITH, CONFUCIUS,
          AND THE RISE OF CHINA

          Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management


          CONFUCIANISM, ECONOMIC SHOCKS, AND PEASANT REBELLIONS IN
          LATE IMPERIAL CHINA

          James Kai-sing Kung, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
          Chicheng Ma, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology



          FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT
          WHY DO AFRICAN BANKS LEND SO LITTLE?
          Svetlana Andrianova, University of Leicester
          Badi H. Baltagi, Syracuse University, University of Leicester
          Panicos O. Demetriades, University of Leicester
          David Fielding, University of Otago




Session
                                                                                 15:15-16:30
C63                                                                                SP 321
          FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION EFFECT ON GROWTH IN
          FINANCIAL OPENNESS
          …
Session
          Lin Guo, Université de Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne                                   15:15-16:30
C63       FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION STRUCTURES
                                                                                               SP 321


          Jiandong Ju, Tsinghua University
          Susan Zhu, Michigan State Univerity
          Kevin Grier, University of Oklahoma


          FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND BUBBLES: THE CASE OF THE KARACHI
          STOCK EXCHANGE OF PAKISTAN
          Ehsan Ahmed, James Madison University
          J. Barkley Rosser, Jr., James Madison University
          Jamshed Y. Uppal, Catholic University of America



          CORPORATE GOVERNANCE - II

          LEVERAGED BUY OUT: DOES THE ARRIVAL OF NEW TARGETS
          INCREASE THE AGENTS' INCENTIVES?
          Ouidad YOUSFI, Université de Montpellier II


          BUYING TO SELL: PRIVATE EQUITY BUYOUTS AND INDUSTRIAL
Session
          RESTRUCTURING                                                                      15:15-16:30
C29       Pehr-Johan Norbäck, Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN)
          Lars Persson, Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN), CEPR
                                                                                               W 503

          Joacim Tåg, Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN)
          A RAWLSIAN VIEW OF CSR AND THE GAME THEORY OF ITS
          IMPLEMENTATION (III): CONFORMISM, EQUILIBRIUM REFINEMENT AND
          SELECTION

          Lorenzo Sacconi, University of Trento and EconomEtica, University Milan- Bicocca



          AGRICULTURE & FOOD SECURITIES

          INVESTMENT ON CAPACITY BUILDING FOR RAIN WATER HARVEST AND
          SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL GROWTH
          Joydeb Sasmal, University of Calcutta


          Climate Change and Watershed Management: Impact on Agricultural
          Productivity and Food Security
Session
          Dalip Kumar, National Council of Applied Economic Research                         16:45-18:15
C11                                                                                            W 404
Session
                                                                             16:45-18:15
C11                                                                            W 404
          PRICE SUPPORT POLICIES AND TFP GROWTH IN ADVANCED
          COUNTRIES’ AGRICULTURE, 1961-2002
          Eva Fernández, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid



          LARGE SCALE LAND INVESTMENTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES:
          MITIGATING THE RISKS THROUGH CODES OF CONDUCT?
          Nadia Cuffaro, University of Cassino



          DEMOGRAPHY

          CHILDREN VERSUS IDEAS: AN "INFLUENTIAL" THEORY OF
          DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION
          Roman Zakharenko, International College of Economics and Finance


          INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC
          TRANSITIONS: A SEARCH FOR A UNIVERSAL PATTERN
Session   Ki-Jun Jeong, The National Academy of Sciences
                                                                             16:45-18:15
C34       UNDERSTANDING CHINA'S MORTALITY DECLINE UNDER MAO: A
                                                                               W 405

          PROVINCIAL ANALYSIS, 1950-1980
          Grant Miller, Stanford University
          Karen Eggleston, Stanford University
          Qiong Zhang, Tsinghua University


          DETERMINANTS OF FERTILITY IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA: A
          STRUCTURAL APPROACH
          Alexis Belianin, Higher School of Economics



          GENDER - II

          AFTER MOTHERHOOD: EFFECTS OF MATERNITY LEAVE AND EFFORT
          REALLOCATION ON EARNINGS
          Evgenia Dechter, University of New South Wales

          GENDER AND SCIENTIFIC EXCELLENCE
Session
          Elisabetta Addis, University of Sassari (Sardinia) Italy           16:45-18:15
C71                                                                            SP 319


          THE EFFECTS OF CHANGES IN THE PATTERNS OF PRODUCTION AND
          TRADE RELATIONS ON FEMALE EMPLOYMENT
          Burca Kizilirmak, Ankara University
          Emel Memis, Ankara University
          Durdane Saracoglu, Middle East Technical University
          Ebru Voyvoda, Middle East Technical University



          RMB EXCHANGE RATIO - II

          EXCHANGE RATES AND MARGINS OF TRADE: EVIDENCE FROM CHINESE
          EXPORTERS
          Heiwai Tang, Tufts University
          Yifan Zhang, Lingnan University


          THE TRADE DESTRUCTION EFFECT AND TRADE DIVERSION EFFECT OF
Session   CHINESE RMB APPRECIATION
                                                                               16:45-18:15
C138      Hongjin Xiang, Hunan University
          Mingyong Lai, Hunan University
                                                                                 SP 320


          REAL EXCHANGE RATE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM
          CHINESE PROVINCIAL DATA
          Jinzhao Chen, University Paris West - Nanterre la Défense


          REAL EXCHANGE RATE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH ─ EVIDENCE FROM
          THE CHINESE PROVINCES
          Hua Ping, Clermont Université, Université d'Auvergne



          INSTITUTION - II

          INSTITUTIONS, DISTRIBUTED COGNITION AND AGENCY: RULE-
          FOLLOWING AS PERFORMATIVE ACTION
          Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Session   BARGAINING ON LAW AND BUREAUCRACIES: AN ANALYSIS OF PATHS
                                                                               16:45-18:15
C95       OF DEVELOPMENT
          Eric Brousseau, EconomiX, Université de Paris X
                                                                                 SP 420

          Yves Schemeil, University of Grenoble and IUF
          Jérôme Sgard, CERI/Sciences-Po, Université Paris Dauphine


          BETWEEN GAME THEORY AND INSTITUTIONAL STUDIES: THE DUAL-
          DUALITIES OF THE INSTITUTIONAL PROCESS
          Masahiko Aoki, Stanford University



          MECHANISM DESIGN




Session
                                                                               16:45-18:15
           OPTIMAL MECHANISM DESIGN WITH SPECULATION AND RESALE
           Ruqu Wang, Queen's University
           Jun Zhang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 Session
                                                                        16:45-18:15
C151       OPTIMAL VCG MECHANISMS TO ASSIGN MULTIPLE TASKS
           Jung S. You, Rice University
                                                                          W 407


           BEHAVIORAL MECHANISM DESIGN
           Serkan Kucuksenel, Middle East Technical University

           GAMING THE BOSTON SCHOOL CHOICE MECHANISM
           Yinghua He, Toulouse School of Economics



           INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS


           APPROPRIATE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION AND ECONOMIC
           GROWTH IN COUNTRIES AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DEVELOPMENT
 Session   Yee Kyoung Kim, Korea Institute of Intellectual Property
                                                                     16:45-18:15
C100       Keun Lee, Seoul National University
           Walter G. Park, American University
                                                                       SP 321

           Kineung Choo, Republic of Korea Naval Academy


           INFORMATION GATHERING AND CROSS-BORDER INTELLECTUAL
           PROPERTY PROTECTION
           Yingyi TSAI, National University of Kaohsiung



           URBANIZATION
           AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES AND INDIVIDUAL WAGE DISPARITIES IN
           CHINA
           Pierre-Philippe Combes, GREQAM
           Sylvie Démurger, GATE Lyon St Etienne
           Li Shi, Beijing Normal University
 Session
                                                                        16:45-18:15
C147 STRUCTURAL CHANGE, Cagliari
     Fabio Cerina, University of
                                 URBANIZATION AND GROWTH                  W 503


           Francesco Mureddu, CRENoS


           EFFECTS OF SPATIAL TRANSFORMATIONS ON FACTOR INCOME -
           GROWING CITIES IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES-
           Beate Wojtyniak, University of Saarland
            FIELD EXPERIMENTS

            RISK ATTITUDE, INEQUALITY AVERSION AND MIGRATION: A FIELD
            EXPERIMENT IN CHINA
            Li Hao, George Mason University
            Daniel Houser, George Mason University
            Lei Mao, University of Lyon
            Marie Claire Villeval, University of Lyon

  Session
            FARMERS’ RISK PREFERENCES AND PESTICIDE USE DECISIONS:                    16:45-18:15
 C61        EVIDENCE FROM FIELD EXPERIMENTS IN CHINA
            Yazhen Gong, Renmin University of China
                                                                                        SD 418


            Kathy Baylisb, University of Illinois
            Jintao Xuc, Peking University
            Robert Kozakd, University of British Columbia
            Gary Bulle, University of British Columbia


            DOES AIDS TREATMENT STIMULATE NEGATIVE BEHAVIORAL
            RESPONSE? A FIELD EXPERIMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA.
            Plamen Nikolov, Harvard University



FRIDAY 8 JULY 2011

            MACRO-DYNAMICS - II

            PROPAGATION OF SHOCKS TO FOOD AND ENERGY PRICES. AN
            INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON
  Session   Michael Pedersen, Central Bank of Chile
                                                                                       8:30-9:30
C112 CRISES AND JOINT EMPLOYMENT-PRODUCTIVITY DYNAMICS:                                 W 404

            A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE FOR EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
            Enrico Marelli, Brescia University
            Marcello Signorelli, University of Perugia
            Joanna Tyrowicz, University of Warsaw



            INCOME DISTRIBUTION - II


            MULTIPLE STEADY STATES AND POVERTY TRAPS IN A CREATIVE
            DESTRUCTION MODEL WITH RENT - SEEKING ACTIVITIES

  Session   Dmitry Veselov, National Research University Higher School of Economics
                                                                                       8:30-9:30
 C83                                                                                    W 405
Session
                                                                          8:30-9:30
C83       INEQUALITY AND MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
                                                                           W 405

          Jean-Paul Fitoussi, OFCE Paris
          Francesco Saraceno, OFCE Paris


          FAIR DIVISION OF INCOME DISTRIBUTION, DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH:
          EVIDENCE FROM A PANEL OF COUNTRIES
          Liang Shao, Henan University



          HEALTH INSURANCE - I

          THE IMPACT OF THE NEW RURAL COOPERATIVE MEDICAL SCHEME ON
          ACTIVITIES AND FINANCING OF TOWNSHIP HOSPITALS IN WEIFANG,
          CHINA
          Xiaoxian Huang, Université d'Auvergne
          Aurore Pelissier, Université d'Auvergne
          Martine Audibert, Université d'Auvergne
          Jacky Mathonnat, Université d'Auvergne
Session   Ningshan Chen, Chinese Ministry of Health
                                                                          8:30-9:30
C73
          Anning Ma, Weifang Medical College
                                                                           SP 319
          JAPAN’S PUBLIC UNIVERSAL HEALTH INSURANCE SYSTEM REFORM:
          LESSONS FOR ACHIEVING AND MAINTAINING UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE
          COVERAGE
          Byung-Kwang Yoo, University of Rochester
          Megumi Kasajima, Sophia University
          Hideki Hashimoto, University of Tokyo

          HOW DO YOU FEEL? THE INSURANCE EFFECT
          Carine Milcent, PSE-CNRS, Tsinghua University
          Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua University



          IMMIGRATION - I


          NEW LABOUR? THE EFFECTS OF MIGRATION FROM CENTRAL AND
          EASTERN EUROPE ON UNEMPLOYMENT AND WAGES IN THE UK
Session
                                                                          8:30-9:30
C79       Jonathan Portes, Department for Work and Pensions                SP 320


          COORDINATION FAILURES IN IMMIGRATION POLICY
          Paolo E. Giordani, LUISS "Guido Carli" University
          Michele Ruta, World Trade Organization
          CONTRACT- I


          A CONTRACT THEORY APPROACH TO CENTRALIZATION,
          DECENTRALIZATION AND THE INCENTIVE PROBLEM IN THE EUROPEAN
          UNION (EU), WITH A FOCUS ON THE STABILITY AND GROWTH PACT
          (SGP) AND EURO ZONE FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE
          Yutaka Suzuki, Hosei University
          Yoshihiro Tsuranuki, Hosei University
Session
                                                                                           8:30-10:45
C25       THE COST OF NON-DECREASING PAY: TENURED ACADEMICS AND CIVIL
          SERVANTS
                                                                                             SP 420

          Stanimir Morfov, State University - Higher School of Economics


          DIFFERENTIAL INFORMATION ECONOMIES: CONTRACT BASED
          APPROACH

          Valeriy M. Marakulin, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch of RAS

          EPL ENHANCES COOPERATIVE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS
          Kyota Eguchi, University of Tsukuba



          FIRM - I


          BIG BUSINESS AND NATIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH: FINDING A BINDING
          CONSTRAINT ON GROWTH BY A COUNTRY PANEL ANALYSIS
          Keun Lee, Seoul National University
Session
          Byung-Yeon Kim, Seoul National University                                        8:30-9:30
C64       Young-Yoon Park, Seoul National University
          Elias Sanidas, Seoul National University
                                                                                            SP 321



          TOO MUCH FOR MANIPULATION?--CEO PAY SENSITIVITY AND FIRM
          PERFORMANCE
          Guodong Chen, University of Michigan
          Amiyatosh Purnanandam, University of Michigan




          POST TRANSITION ECONOMIES - I
          CINICISM STARTS YOUNG: AGE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP OVER
          TRANSITION
          Joanna Tyrowicz, University of Warsaw
          Joanna Nestorowicz, University of Warsaw


          INTERTEMPORAL EQUILIBRIUM MODEL OF RUSSIAN ECONOMY IN THE
          FACE OF GLOBAL CRISIS
          Mikhail Yu. Andreev, Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Russian Academy of
          Sciences
          Mikhail A. Khokhlov, Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Russian Academy of
          Sciences
Session
          Alexander A. Petrov, Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Russian Academy of         8:30-9:30
C128      Sciences                                                                        SP 112
          Nikolay P. Pilnik, State University Higher School of Economics

          Igor G. Pospelov, Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Russian Academy of Sciences
          Valentin P. Vrzheshch, Moscow State University
          Aleksandra A. Zhukova, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology


          AN ANALYSIS OF THE BEHAVIOR OF FIRMS IN MONTENEGRO DURING
          THE TRANSITION
          Matjaž Koman, University of Ljubljana
          Milan Lakičević, University of Podgorica
          Janez Prašnikar, University of Ljubljana



          ECONOMIC THOUGHT

          ANTI-ECONOMY, ECONOMY CRISIS AND CRISIS OF ECONOMICS
Session
          Povilas Gylys, Vilnius University                                              8:30-9:30
C37                                                                                       W 503


          THE AMERICAN ECONOMIST MARTIN BRONFENBRENNER (1914-1997)
          AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE JAPANESE ECONOMY (1947-1952)
          Aiko Ikeo, Waseda University



          110TH ANNIVERSARY OF KUZNETS:TURNING
          POINT OF GROWTH TREND
          MASTERING THE SIXTH TECHNOLOGICAL STRUCTURE - A CRUCIAL
          FACTOR OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE FIRST HALF-OF THE XXITH
          CENTURY
          S. Yu Glazyev, the National Institute for Development



          LONG TERM STRATEGY OF GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT: NEW APPROACHES
          Yu. V. Yakovets, Pitirim Sorokin Nikolai Kondratieff International Institute
           MODELING OF GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT FORECASTING OF WORLD
           MONETARY SYSTEM FORMING IN THESelf-Organization and Development
           D. K. Chistilin, Simon Kuznets Institute for XXI CENTURY
           (Ukraine)
 Session                                                                                     8:30-10:45

C154 NEW APPROACHES TO THE ASSESSMENT OF NATIONAL CURRENCIES
                                                                                               SD 401


           BACKING AND THE TRANSITION TO AN EQUITABLE TRADE
           O.S.Sabden, the Institute of Economics (Kazakstan)

           PRINCIPLE OF MONETARY ACCELERATOR
           K.A.Zorin, Center for Evolutionary Theory and Economic Development of Institute
           of Economics RAS (Russia)

           ECONOMY "BUBBLE" AGAINST ECONOMIC GROWTH
           V.N.Zhivalov, Russian Academy of State Service (Russia)


           MANAGED MONETARY ACCELERATOR AS A CURE FOR THE GLOBAL
           FINANCIAL CRISIS
           V. Maevsky(Russia)
           K. Zorin(Russia)



           INDIAN ECONOMY - I

           TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY AND TECHNICAL EFFICIENCY OF INDIAN
           MANUFACTURING: THE ROLE OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND INFORMATION
           & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
           Arup Mitra, University of Delhi Enclave
           Chandan Sharma, National Institute of Financial Management
           Marie-Ange Véganzonès –Varoudakis, Université d’Auvergne
 Session
                                                                                             8:30-9:30
C85                                                                                           SP 302
           DOES MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE DETERMINE FOREIGN DIRECT
           INVESTMENT IN INDIA? EVIDENCES FROM INDIAN ECONOMY
           Jaydeep Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
           Basabi Bhattacharya, Jadavpur University


           CAPITAL INFLOWS AND THEIR MACROECONOMIC IMPACT IN INDIA: A
           VAR ANALYSIS
           Narayan Sethi, National Institute of Technology (NIT)
          INTERNATIONAL MACRO THEORY AND POLICY:
          INTERCONNECTIVITY AND GLOBAL
          EXTERNALITIES
          Chairperson: Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University


          REGULATING CAPITAL FLOWS TO EMERGING MARKETS: AN
          EXTERNALITY VIEW
          Anton Korinek , University of Maryland

          SECTORAL IMBALANCES AND LONG RUN CYCLES
          Bruce Greenwald, Columbia University
          Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University
Session                                                                    9:45-12:30

S7
                                                                             W 121
          WHITHER CAPITALISM? FINANCIAL EXTERNALITIES AND CRISIS
          Marcus Miller, University of Warwickand
          Lei Zhang, University of Warwick

          TBA
          Andy Haldane, Bank of England


          LIAISONS DANGEREUSES: INCREASING CONNECTIVITY, RISK SHARING ,
          AND SYSTEM RISK
          Domenico Delli Gatti, Università Cattolica
          Mauro Gallegati, Universita Politecnica dell Marche
          Stefano Battiston, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich
          Bruce C. Greenwald, Columbia University
          Joseph E. Stiglitz, Columbia University



          EUROPEAN ECONOMIES


          THE EUROPEAN IMBALANCES: COMPETITIVENESS AND ECONOMIC
          POLICY IN A NON-OPTIMAL MONETARY UNION AND A GLOBAL CRISIS
          –THE NEED FOR EUROPE, STABILIZATION AND STRUCTURAL REFORMS
Session
          Ferran Brunet, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona                 9:45-10:45
C150      Shuo Wang, Zhejiang University                                     W 405


          PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN THE OLD AND NEW EUROPE: THE ROLE OF
          AGGLOMERATION EXTERNALITIES
          Emanuela Marrocu, University of Cagliari
          Raffaele Paci, University of Cagliari
          Stefano Usai, University of Cagliari, CRENoS
          HEALTH INSURANCE - II

          PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON HEALTH AND PRIVATE OLD-AGE INSURANCE
          IN AN OLG GROWTH MODEL WITH ENDOGENOUS FERTILITY: CHAOTIC
          CYCLES UNDER PERFECT FORESIGHT
          Luciano Fanti, University of Pisa
          Luca Gori, University of Genoa
Session                                                                9:45-10:45

C74       WHY DO AMERICANS SPEND SO MUCH MORE IN MEDICAL CARE THAN       SP 319
          EUROPEANS?
          Hui He, University of Hawaii
          Kevin X.D. Huang, Vanderbilt University


          IMPACT OF HEALTH INSURANCE ON CONSUMPTION AND SAVING
          BEHAVIOURS: EVIDENCE FROM RURAL CHINA
          Diana Cheung, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
          Ysaline Padieu, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne



          IMMIGRATION / MIGRATION - II

          IMMIGRANTS, EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS AND BACKGROUND. CROSS-
          COUNTRY EVIDENCE FROM PISA 2006
          Marina Murat, University of Modena and RE
          Davide Ferrari, University of Modena and RE
          Patrizio Frederic, University of Modena and RE
Session
          Giulia Pirani, University of Modena and RE                   9:45-10:45
C80       IMMIGRATION, CONFLICT AND REDISTRIBUTION
                                                                         SP 320


          Santiago Sanchez-Pages, University of Edinburgh
          Angel Solano Garcia, Universidad de Granada


          HOW DO REMITTANCES AFFECT CHILDREN'S TIME ALLOCATION? THE
          INDIRECT EFFECT OF NEGATIVE SHOCKS
          Delphine Boutin, University of Bordeaux



          FIRM - II
          A THEORY OF FIRM SCOPE BASED ON LIMITED LIABILITY
          Di Pei, Tsinghua University



          MULTIPRODUCT FIRMS AND THE ENDOGENOUS CHOICE OF VARIETIES
Session
                                                                       9:45-11:00
C65                                                                      SP 321
 Session   Tuan Anh Luong, Princeton University
                                                                           9:45-11:00
C65        HIGH PERFORMANCE WORK PRACTICES, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND
                                                                             SP 321

           FIRM PROPENSITY TO INNOVATIONS
           Riccardo Leoni, University of Bergamo
           Paola Gritti, University of Bergamo

           PROFIT SHARING, WORK PRESSURE AND PRODUCTIVITY
           Fathi Fakhfakh, Paris-II University
           Virginie Pérotin, Leeds University Business School



           POST TRANSITION ECONOMIES - II

           WHY DEVELOPMENT PATTERNS DIFFER: THE CZECH AND SERBIAN
           CASES COMPARED
           Jan Svejnar, University of Michigan
           Milica Uvalic, University of Perugia

           GAS ONLY? ACCOUNTING FOR RUSSIA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH
           Marcel Timmer, University of Groningen
 Session   Ilya Voskoboynikov, University of Groningen                     9:45-10:45

C129 DEMOCRATICCOUNTRIES. THE IMPACT OF ENLARGEMENTPOST-
                                                                             SP 112
                AND MARKET-ECONOMIC REFORMS IN THE
     COMMUNIST                                     OF THE
           EUROPEAN UNION
           Karsten Staehr, Tallinn University of Technology


           SEA, SWELL OR KILLER WAVES? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF CAPITAL
           FLOWS
           Mahvash Qureshi, International Monetary Fund
           Atish Ghosh, International Monetary Fund
           Jun Kim, International Monetary Fund
           Juan Zalduendo, International Monetary Fund



           RISK AND UNCERTAINTY

           EXPECTED UTILITY THEORY AND THE TYRANNY OF CATASTROPHIC
           RISKS
 Session
           Michael Schymura, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW)   9:45-10:45
C136       Wolfgang Buchholz, University of Regensburg                       W 503



           RISK PREFERENCES AND RISK SHARING: EVIDENCE FROM MEXICO
           Carolina Mejia, UCLA
          INDIAN ECONOMY-II

          SWITCHES INTO AND OUT OF NREGS-A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS FOR
          RAJASTHAN
          Raghbendra Jha, Australian National University
          Raghav Gaiha, University of Delhi
          Manoj Kumar Pandey, Australian National University
Session   Shylashri Shankar, Centre for Policy Research
                                                                           9:45-10:45
C86                                                                          SP 302

          CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF RURAL OUT-MIGRATION IN THE
          INDIAN STATE OF WEST BENGAL – A CASE STUDY OF TWO DISTRICTS
          Kanak Kanti Bagchi, North Bengal University



          POVERTY AND MIGRATION IN INDIA: A STUDY OF LINKAGES AND IMPACT
          Kailas C. Thaware, Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics


          RMB EXCHANGE RATE AND MONETARY POLICY
Session
          (IN CHINESE)                                                     9:45-12:00
Z8                                                                           SD 418




          ORGANIZATION AND PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN
          THE WOLD ECONOMY
          Chairperson: Jan Svejnar, University of Michigan


          HRM POLICIES AND PERFORMANCE: INSIDER ECONOMETRICS IN A
          MULTI-UNIT FIRM
          Jan Svejnar, University of Michigan
          Hein Bogaard, GWU

Session
          FIVE MODELS OF CORPORATE COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE AND              11:00-12:30
S12       ASSOCIATED GOVERNANCE                                              SD 401
          Masahiko Aoki, Stanford University


          THE COMMAND AND CONTROL NATURE OF THE CHINESE ECONOMIES:
          MONETARY STIMULATION AS AN ILLUSTRATION
          Bernard Yeung, NUS Business School

          FIRMS AS CATALYSTS OF WITHIN-COUNTRY MIGRATION
          Tarun Khanna , Harvard University
          Prithwiraj Choudhury , Wharton University



          INSTITUTIONS AND THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC
          DEVELOPMENT
          Chairperson: Avner Greif
          Chairperson: Timur Kuran


          SHARING THE FUTURE: FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS TO THE POLITICAL
          ECONOMY CHALLENGES OF DEVELOPMENT
          Saumitra Jha, Stanford University



          RESOURCES AND CONFLICT IN THE RUN-UP TO MODERN EUROPE
Session   Murat Iyigun, University of Colorado                          11:00-12:30

S16       Nathan Nunn, Harvard University                                 SP 112
          Nancy Qian, Yale University


          SEPARATION OF POWERS AND THE MEDIEVAL ROOTS OF
          INSTITUTIONAL DIVERGENCE BETWEEN EUROPE AND THE ISLAMIC
          MIDDLE EAST
          Eric Chaney, Harvard University



          CHINA'S FOREIGN TRADE: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE PAST 150 YEARS
          Carol Shiue, University of Colorad
          Ben Li, Boston College
          Wolfgang Keller, University of Colorado




          REFORMING THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL ORDER
          Chairperson: Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University
Session
                                                                        13:30-15:00
P1        Joseph E.Stiglitz, Columbia University
          Xiaochuan Zhou, People's Bank of China, invited
                                                                          W 121

          Erdem Basci, Central Bank of Turkey
          Andy Haldane, Bank of England



          SOCIAL SECURITIES & PROTECTION
          Chairperson: Chong-En Bai, Tsinghua University


          TAX REDUCTION AND HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION AND INVESTMENT
Session   BEHAVIOR IN RURAL AREAS
                                                                        13:30-15:00
S9                                                                        SD 401
Session
                                                                           13:30-15:00
S9        Chong-En Bai, Tsinghua University
          Binzhen Wu, Tsinghua University
                                                                             SD 401




          THE INTERNATIONAL REVOLUTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION FINANCING
          Bruce Chapman, Australian National University



          COMPARATIVE INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
          Chairperson: Gerard Roland, University of California, Berkeley


          BEFORE AND BEYOND DIVERGENCE; THE POLITICS OF ECONOMIC
          CHANGE IN CHINA AND EUROPE
Session   Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, California Institute of Technology
                                                                           13:30-15:00
S15       Bin Wong, University of California Los Angeles
                                                                             SP 112

          POLITICAL COMPETITION WITHOUT ELECTION
          Konstantin Sonin, New Economic School

          CULTURE, INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
          Gerard Roland, University of California, Berkeley



          INDIAN ECONOMY - III

          THE EXTERNAL SECTOR LIBERALISATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
          –INDIAN EXPERIENCE.
          Ratan Kumar Ghosal, University of Calcutta


          FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT, INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
          NEXUS IN INDIA: STUDY IN PERSPECTIVE OF ENDOGENOUS
          STRUCTURAL BREAKS
          Jaydeep Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
Session
                                                                           15:15-16:30
C87                                                                          SP 302
          DISPARITIES IN DEVELOPMENT IN POST-REFORM INDIA: EXPLORING
          RELATIONAL PATTERNS BETWEEN INCOME, POVERTY, GENDER
          DEVELOPMENT AND LIVING CONDITIONS BY STATES
          Manoj Kumar Sanyal, Independent Researcher
          Debarshi Sanyal, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group


          CAPITAL ACCOUNT CONVERTIBILITY IN INDIA - SOME THEORETICAL
          ISSUES AND POLICY PRESCRIPTIONS
          Asim Karmakar, Jadavpur University
          Debasis Mukhopadhyay, B.N.Mahavidyalaya
          SESSION IN CHINESE - II


          LABOR RIGHTS IN CHINA: WHO'S PROTECTING AND PROTECTING FOR
          WHOM? AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF LABOR PROTECTION IN CHINA
          Yuan Zhang, China Institute of Industrial Relations



          CENTRALIZED DECISION-MAKING OF REVOLUTIONARY ORGANIZATIONS
          AND THE LONG-TERM OF CENTRALIZED FEUDAL SYSTEM IN CHINA: A
Session   NEW POLITICAL ECONOMICS ANALYSIS
                                                                       15:15-16:30
C149
          Guangzhen Guo, Liaoning University
                                                                         SP 321
          Jun Zhang, Fudan University
          RIGIDITY SAVING, MONETARY POLICY AND PRIVATE CONSUMPTION
          DYNAMICS
          Yonggang Hu, Shanghai University of Economics and Finance
          Xinqiang Guo, Shanghai University of Economics and Finance


          TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY、GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION AND
          ECONOMIC STRUCTURE CHANGES: THEORETICAL MODEL AND
          EMPIRICAL STUDY
          Guojin Chen, Xiamen University
          Aihuan Xu, Xiamen University

				
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