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									                                           2004 EAEPE conference
                                           Preliminary programme
                                         CRETE 28-31 OCTOBER 2004

                  Thursday 28th october : 17.00 - 19.00: Conference Registration

                                      Thursday 28th october : 19.00-21.00
Welcome Address: Rector of the University of Crete
Plenary speaker: John Toye, Professor of Development Economics, University of Oxford:
"The Evolution of Bureaucracy: Historians' and Economists' Perspectives Compared"

Plenary speaker: Michael Intriligator, Professor of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
"Globalization of the World Economy: Potential Benefits and Costs and a Net Assessment"

                            OPENING BUFFET IN HOTEL THEARTEMIS: 21.30

                                        Friday 29th October: 8.45 -10.45
Session 1B, The political economy of war, peace & (dis)armament, arms industries & conversion I
CHAIR: Wolfram Elsner
Intriligator, M: Introductory remarks
Abt, C.: Countering Global Terrorist Use of Biological and Nuclear Weapons by Civil Means
Kollias, C, Athanassiou, E & Syriopoulos, T: The effects of external security related shocks on financial markets
Michael, A: Turkey's military presence in Cyprus

Session 1C, Economic history & social value theories I
CHAIR: Hardy Hanappi
Frenzel Baudisch, A: Social value and consumer behaviour: an empirical case study on changing social norms in shoe consumption
Flaschel, P: Price theory, value accounting and the role of a system of national accounts
Hoelzl, W & Reinstaller, A: Wage setting, technology and non-technology shocks in Austrian industries, 1971-1994

Session ID, In search of a European social model
CHAIR: Janneke Plantenga
Bettio, F: Is the 'care drain' compatible with the European Social Model? The case of elderly care
Cipollone, A & Corsi, M: Building a knowledge economy. Education and job opportunities in a gender perspective
Himmelweit, S: Developing a European social model that includes caring for people
Perrons, D: The European Employment Strategy. Efficiency and social justice for women?
Plantenga, J: The European childcare agenda. An empirical investigation into the effectiveness of the open method of co-ordination for national child care policies

Session IE, Evolution & selection
CHAIR: Elias Khalil
Luksha, P: Dinos vs. Mammals. Self-selection of a dominating firm strategy on an economy level
Ruigrok, W, & Stoelhorst, JW: Sexual selection. A missing link in evolutionary theories of organization?
Vromen, J: Traces from the past. Why and how prior evolutionary processes matter
Witt, U: Animal instincts and human sentiments: Institutional evolution and its behavioral underpinnings , evolution, selection


Session 1F, Employment relations
CHAIR: TBC
Collins, G, Grimsley, M, Meehan, A: Community trust and the 'New Employment Model.' Some policy implications for regional economic regeneration
Mistri, M: Foreign immigration and dualism of the community market within an industrial district. Chinese immigration in Prato (Italy) and exchanges between community markets bas

Session 1G, Spatial analysis
CHAIR: Irene van Stavaren
Bellofiore, R & Vertova, G: Space in economic thought. Inquiry into the origins of a difficult integration and of some contemporary puzzles
Dupuch, S, Jennequin, H & Mouhoud, EM: EU enlargement. What does it change for the European economic geography?
Kaufmann, P & Stagl, S: Integrated rural development. Towards a theory of learning and institutional change in the European Union


                                        Friday 29th October: 11.00-13.00
Session 2A, Global order & national disorder
CHAIR: Charlie Dannreuther
Coriat, B, Petit, P & Schmeder, G: Post Fordisms in a more globalised capitalism
McDonough, T: Social structures of accumulation. The last ten years
Pianta, M :Globalisation from below. Historical roots and policy alternatives
Wickham, J: Fordist and post-fordist migration. The regulatory reversal
Session 2B, The political economy of war, peace & (dis)armament, arms industries & conversion II
CHAIR: Wolfram Elsner
Dunne, JP: The evolution of the international arms industries
Coulomb, F & Bensahel, F: The concept of economic war
Serfati. C & Mampaey, L: The alliance between the arms industry and the financial markets at the turn of the century
Webster, L: Overcoming war and empire

Session 2C, Economic history & social value theories II
CHAIR: Sue Himmelweit
Hanappi, H: The survival of the fattest. The evolution of needs, lust and social value in a long-run perspective
Kasozi, A: Beyond culture. Developing a taxonomy for assessing the comparative influence of institutions on economic development
Luksha, P & Petrov, A: Hierarchy of needs and dynamics of consumer behaviour
Mrazova, M: Veblen's concept of cultural consumption habits. Explanatory power in transformation countries

Session 2D, Economics & intellectual imperialism I
CHAIR: Uskali Mäki
Mäki, U: Progress by conquest? On the nature and justification of economics imperialism
Marchionni, C & Mäki, U: A driving methodological ideal of geographical economics. Explanatory unification
Lehtinen, A & Kuorikoski, J: Economics imperialism and solution concepts in political science
Sappinen, J: Economics imperialism and the study of business organizations

Session 2E, Governance I
CHAIR: Ciaran Driver
Krafft, J & Ravix, JL: Corporate governance and the governance of knowledge
Özçelik, E: Questioning ‘governance.’ Reconstructing ‘embeddedness’ or building ‘fictitious’ institutions?
Rebérioux, A: The end of history in corporate governance? A critical appraisal

Session 2F, Innovation
CHAIR: Paulo Saviotti (tbc)
Breukel, AWV: Reaping the advantages of organizational innovation. A case study towards the possibilities and obstructions for adaptation
Dolfsma, W; Towards a dynamic (Schumpeterian) welfare economics
Nooteboom, B: Generalization, differentiation, reciprocation and novel combinations. A further specification, innovation
Niosi, J: National and regional systems of innovation as complex evolutionary systems

Session 2G, Technology & waves of economic development
CHAIR: Andreas Pyka
Larudee, M: The feedback loop of power and wealth. What are the dynamics?
Gaffard, J-L & Quéré, M: Innovation process and economic growth. Why and how institutions matter
Stassinopoulos, Y: Schumpeter on political power and economic action

                                       Friday 29th October: 14.30-16.30
Session 3A, Finance & growth
CHAIR: Pascal Petit
Burlamaqui, L & Kregel, J: Competition, capabilities and innovation, in finance. Implications for stability and development
Clévenot, M & Mazier, J: Investment and rate of profit in a financial context. A post-Keynesian approach
Couharde, C, Mazier, J, & Serranito, F: Financial-led growth regimes. What does business investment behaviour analysis show on the long run?
Salavisa, I: Looking for a new deal? Public policies for work and employment in the knowledge-based society

Session 3B, History, identity & collective memory
CHAIR: Wilfred Dolfsma
Dannreuther, C: How a nation of shopkeepers learnt to live without a small business sector
Kessler, O: Risk as collective memory and the Gold Standard
Kratochwil, F: History, action and identity

Session 3C, Economics, history & development I
CHAIR: Ioanna Pepelasis Minoglou
Kostis, K (invited speaker): Twentieth century Greek economic history. State of the art and new directions
Alierta, M: Wages in history, theory and development
Castañeda, G: The firm’s legal regime of governance as an outcome of social embeddedness. The parochialism of entrepreneurs in Puebla, México by the turn of the XX Century
Collantes, F, Pinilla, V & Ayuda, M-I: The long-term determinants of population location in Spain. A model (1860-2000)


Session 3D, Economics & intellectual imperialism II
CHAIR: Uskali Mäki
Bikman, D & Rodríguez-Boetsch, L: Social Capital Theory. The Frontier of Economic Intellectual Imperialism
Gassler, RS: Political and social economics. Beyond orthodoxy and heterodoxy
Rock, C: The empires strike back (and back). Economic thoughts in modern populist sociobiology
Rodriguez, A: Anthropological conceptions and economic theory

Session 3E, Governance II
CHAIR: Andrew Tylecote
Schuberth, H: Knightian uncertainty, agency independence and economic policy rules
Thomson, G & Driver, C: A democratic and ethical corporate citizenship?
Weber, B: Policy entrepreneurship and subterfuge in the evolution of EU financial market governance

Session 3F, Empirical institutional analyses
CHAIR: Alla Sheptun (tbc)
Croci Angelini, E & Farina, F: Redistribution and labour market institutions in OECD countries
González de Lara, Y: The State as an enforcer in early Venetian trade. A historical institutional analysis
Mahera, A: Political economy as science or art? A French debate on the introduction of the course of political economy in faculties of law in the late 19th Century
Pesmazoglou, V: Cohesion and European economic integration

Session 3G, Networks, economy & society
CHAIR: Kurt Dopfer
Dachs, B, Ebersberger, B, & Pyka, A: Access to external knowledge sources and the role of informal networks
Finch, J: Three narratives on industrial markets as networks and as social systems
Fusari, A: The role and meaning of the market. Past, present and future
Leoncini, R & Montresor, S: On the nature of dynamic capabilities. Clusters of organizations or organizational clusters?

                                        Friday 29th October: 16.45-18.45
Session 4A, Changing institutions & performance I
CHAIR: Mikhail Sinyutin TBC
Lissowska, M: Institutions launched in transition and their multiform impact on performance. The case of competitive and co-operative efficiency of the Polish system
Tridico, P: Institutional change and governance indexes in transition economies. The case of Poland
Vincensini, C & Koleva, P: Dynamism and dualism in small and medium-sized enterprises in transition economies: An institutionalist approach to performance

Session 4B, Monetary economics & finance
CHAIR: Penny Hawkins
Argitis, G: Rethinking Marx’s monetary theory of economic crisis
Alper, CE & Onis, Z: The Turkish banking system, financial crises and the IMF in the age of capital account liberalization
Mohun, S: The US profit share 1964-2001
Potts, N: Integrating money stocks/rentiers with the productive economy

Session 4C, Economics, history & development II
CHAIR: Mariano Alierta
Delamonica, E: Using evolutionary, structuralist and post-Keynesian analyses in economic history. An application to Argentina in the XXth Century
Dow, A: History in specific economic approaches. A comparison of Scottish political economy and the staples approach
Jacquinet, M: Institutional and technological transformations of the Port wine (1700-1950). A legal and economic nexus
Jolink, A & van den Brand, B: The urge to merge and the American cotton oil company

Session 4D, Empirical analyses of economic development
CHAIR: Michael Intriligator
Collantes, F: Quite visible hands. A Veblenian approach to regional disparities in Spanish industrialization (1700-1950)
Hardy, J, Zhen, Y & Currie, F: The institutional underpinnings of cumulative causation. A comparison of the Wroclaw (Poland) and Xiamen (China) regions
Lo, Dic: China, the ‘East Asian model’ and late development
Zukowski, R: Charismatic totalitarian dictatorship, no growth, and non-transition. The Case of Cuba

Session 4E, Individuals, society & policy
CHAIR: Gráinne Collins
Davis, JB & McMaster, R: The individual in mainstream health economics. A case of persona non-grata?
Lopes, H & Rodrigues, J: From the kindergarten to the backyard. The perversity of incentives and its implications for public policy
Odebode, S & van Staveren, I: An empirical test of the household bargaining model with data from Ibadan, Nigeria
Stiefel, E: Production and the economy of care. A feminist approach to economic theory

Session 4F, History of economic thought I
CHAIR: Alistair Dow
Ananyin, O: Between science and history. Reassessing grand theories in economics
Dyer, AW: A new 'old' institutionalist economics. The political economy of the ordinary
Özveren, E: Economic history as development theory in disguise. Fernand Braudel’s ‘Civilization Matérielle, Économie et Capitalisme’ in a new light




                           Friday 29th October: 18.45 - 19.45: RAC MEETING

                                      Saturday 30th October: 8.45 - 10.45
Session 5A, Changing institutions & performance II
CHAIR: Maria Lissowska
Egorov, I: Trajectories of economic development and structural changes in Western Post-Soviet states
Samson, I, Ternaux, P & Papajak, J-P: Tracking institutional trajectories. The case of labour markets in Russia
Tchipev, P: Moulding corporate boards. A key challenge of Bulgarian corporate governance?


Session 5B, Liberalization policies
CHAIR: Wolfram Elsner
Krajewska, A: Tax systems in Poland, transition economies and the EU countries, and economic competitiveness
Schramm, M & Taube, M: On the role of public and private sector entrepreneurship for institutional change
Tropeano, D: The interplay of liberalization policies

Session 5C, Economics, history & development III
CHAIR: Patrick O'Brien
Ioannides, S & Pepelasis Minoglou, I: Market embedded clans. A Theoretical and Historical Perspective
Nadan, A: The competitive advantage of moneylenders over banks. Why did money lending prevail in rural Palestine?
Sinjutin, MV: The evolution of serf labour at the metal industry during the 18-19th Centuries. The case of Ural region in Russia
Wray, W: Hegemony and the cycles of Japanese history. Four Centuries

Session 5D, Theoretical approaches to economic development
CHAIR: Francisco Louca
Acha, V & Cusmano, L: Systems into systems run. Complexity and evolutionary approaches to development
Milonakis, D: Economic history and development. Fellow travellers?
Perraton, J: Cathartic crises and growth collapses


Session 5E, Theories of individuals & society
CHAIR: Diane Perrons
Hermann, A: Institutional economics and psychoanalysis. How can they collaborate for a better understanding of individual-society dynamics?
Khalil, EL: Why are social norms dispensable in modeling shame and other behavioral anomalies?
Niederle, U-M: Preferences and their impact on technological innovation and institutional change
Tsakalotos, E: Economics and the social ethos

Session 5F, History of economic thought II
CHAIR: Robert McMaster
Bertrand, E: About a new assumption in Coase’s 1960 article. The ‘Coase Theorem’ needs an institution
Lopes, H: From self-interest back to moral sentiments
Warnecke, TL: The evolutionary nature of feminist economics
Wilson, D & Dixon, W: Sentimentality, communicative action and the social self. Adam Smith meets Jurgen Habermas

Session 5G, Routines
CHAIR: Bart Nooteboom
Diani, M: Are routines economic replicators? Exploring the missing link in the evolutionary theory of the firm
Festré, A & Lazaric, N: Routines and leadership in Schumpeter and von Mises' analysis of economic change. A new glance on Nelson and Winter’s perspective
Kesting, P: Changing routine. Mechanisms, possibilities and restrictions

Session 5H, The co-evolution of law & economics I
CHAIR: Aristides Hatzis
Zerbe, RO: Opening Lecture, Justice and efficiency in the evolution of the common law
Hatzis, A: Civil law & economic reasoning.The case of contract law
Mattiacci, GD & Deffains, B: Incompleteness of law
Ammannati, L: Choosing the law. Against ‘legal Jacobinism’
Deffains, B & Obidzinski, M: Investment in law. A dynamic story of 'rules vs. standards'

                                       Saturday 30th October: 11.00-13.00
Session 6B, Poverty reduction & welfare
CHAIR: Paulo Ramazzotti
Gajewski, G, Benjamin, J & Luppino, M: Estimating the poverty-reduction potential of roads projects in regions experiencing institutional instability due to conflict and post-conflict co
Uranga, MG, Luz de la Cal, M & Otazua, G: Poverty as a result of institutional change
Springler, E: Distribution effects of pension-reforms in universal welfare states. Austria as a case study

Session 6C, Institutional history of economics: Schumpeter
CHAIR: Albert Jolink
Avtonomov, V: Timing of translation as a relevant factor. Reception of Schumpeter’ economic development theory in Russia
Guy, F: Power-biased technological change. Technology, and the fall and rise of earnings inequality
Michaelides, P & Milios, J: Hilferding’s influence on Schumpeter. A first discussion


Session 6D, Entrepreneurship
CHAIR: Stavros Ioannides
Menudo, JM: Entrepreneurial activity and human cognition
Saviotti, PP & Pyka, A: Creativity and efficiency in economic development. Employment and policy implications
Ueda, Y: Three types of entrepreneurship for institutional change. The incentives of political, social and business entrepreneur for organizing work
Session 6E, Comparative industrial dynamics
CHAIR: Virginia Acha
Bellone, F, Musso, P & Quére, M: Testing for the shadow of death effect. Insights from French manufacturing firms over the last decade
Eparvier, P: The emergence of industrial and technological evolutionism. Are the new tendencies compatible with the original research program?
Groenewegen, J & Künneke, R: An evolutionary perspective on infrastructure reform
Krafft, J: Knowledge intensive life cycles. The case of telecommunications
Olsson, M, Lönnborg, M & Rafferty, M: Towards a (post-transition) political economy of Central and Eastern Europe. The case of financial services

Session 6F, Theories of institutions I
CHAIR: Klaus Nielsen
Hodgson, GM: Types of institution. From orders to organizations
Papadopoulos, G: A conceptual analysis of money and monetary institutions
Zouboulakis, M: Who’s afraid of New Institutional Economics’ idea of institutional change?

Session 6G, Money and its institutional framework
CHAIR: Peter Howells
Hawkins, P: Balancing stability and provision. Addressing financial exclusion in South Africa
Howells, P: Consumer credit and the demand for endogenous money
Rochon, J-L & Rossi, S: Endogenous money. The evolutionary versus ontological views
Toporowski, J: Marek Breit and the critique of liquidity preference theory

Session 6H, The co-evolution of law & economics II
CHAIR: Bruno Deffains
Nicita, A & Rizzolli, M: Incomplete rights and the evolutionary complementarity between property rule and liability rule
Porrini, D: Informational efficiency and the evolution of environmental policies choice
Chapman, B: The evolution of reasonable cooperation under law
Parisi F & von Wangenheim, G: Legislation and countervailing effects from social norms
Rossi, A: The co-evolution of law and technology. The case of F/OSS

                                      Saturday 30th October: 14.30-16.30

Session 7A, Long waves
CHAIR: Leornardo Burlamaqui
Louca, F: Thirty years after the turning point. Some of the reasons for the delay of the next long wave
Reati, A & Toporowski, J: Which economic policy for the fifth long-wave? Drawing the implications of some recent contributions on long-term growth
Tylecote, A: Finance, corporate governance and the next long wave upswing

Session 7B, Industrial regulation policies
CHAIR: Paulo Ramazzotti
Groenewegen, J & de Jong, M: Governance of network industries
Niesten, E: An institutional structure of regulation
Barendse, AJ: Supranational organizations of telecom regulators and the harmonization of regulatory practices
Krajewski, S & Działo, J: Microeconomic effectiveness of privatised and private enterprises in Poland in the years 1991-2002

Session 7C, Institutional history of economics: Varied views
CHAIR: John Davis
Lainé, J & Leloup, S: Bentham and the representative democracy. Sympathy, antipathy and utility
Lee, FS: Ranking heterodox economic journals and departments. Suggested methodologies
Liagouras, G: The revival of the ‘Veblenian dichotomy’ within modern evolutionary economics
Taddei, J: The evolution of the old institutionalist thought until now and its actual consequences on understanding technological and institutional dynamics

Session 7D, Environmental analysis & economic development
CHAIR: John Toye (tbc)
Adaman, F,& Arsel, M: Environmentalism in Turkey. Between democracy and development?
Dulbecco, P,& Yelkouni, M: Sustainable development and institutional change. Evidence from the Forest of Tiogo in Burkina Faso
Jaeck, L: Toward an evolutionary perspective on environmental policy. The precautionary principle versus the evolution of the rules of law
Rammel, C, Stagle, S & Wilfing, H: Managing evolving complex systems. A coevolutionary perspective on natural resource management
Vlachou, A: Sustainable development. A critical perspective


Session 7F, Theories of institutions II
CHAIR: Francesca Bettio
Cameron, J & Ndhlovu, T: The institutional economics of excess. The fallacy that specialisation is good for a society
Goldschmidt, N & Remmele, B: Anthropology as the basic science of economic theory. Towards a cultural theory of economics
Goyer, M & Guy, F: Centralized and decentralized enforcement of agreements. A different dimension in the varieties of capitalism
Nielsen, K: Can Pinocchio break free? Culture versus calculus in institutionalisms and other heterodoxies

Session 7G, Money, history & policy
CHAIR: Peter Howells
Barata, JM & Pacheco, LM: Asset prices and monetary policy in the euro area. An historical perspective within a tentative model
Michael, A: Why being consistent is not always the best policy
Peaucelle, I: Dynamic analysis of bankruptcy and of economic waves
Provenzano: Local authorities and capital markets. Institutional change and economic development in Italy

Session 7H, The co-evolution of law & economics III
CHAIR: Antonio Nicita
D'Antoni, M & Galbiati, R: The co-evolution of enforcement and sanctions. The case of driving offences
Yvrande-Billon, A: Can formal rules and discretionary decisions coexist? Lessons from the French public urban transport sector
Jacquinet, M: Is there a place for evolutionary law and economics. The case of regulatory path dependence of specific economic sectors?
Dupeuble, T: Institutional change and intermediate cognitive resources. The case of French agricultural policy
Castaldo, A & Nizi, G: The evolution of corporate vs. individual criminal liability: a look into recent reforms in Italy

                                        Saturday 30th October: 16.45-18.30
Plenary speaker: Francisco Louca, Professor of Economics, ISEG, LISBON
"Quod errat demonstrandum - statistics and geometry in the economic analysis of long fluctuations"

Plenary speaker: Patrick O'Brien, Centennial Professor of Economic History, London School of Economics
"The Divergence Debate: Europe and China in the Era of Mercantilism and Industrial Revolution 1368 - 1846"


                    Saturday 30th October: 18.30-19.30: MEMBERSHIP MEETING

                                Saturday 30th October: 21.30 : GALA DINNER

         SUNDAY 31st October: 9.00 - 14.00: Visit to Knossos and Heraclion Museum
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2004 EAEPE conference
Preliminary programme
CRETE 28-31 OCTOBER 2004

Thursday 28th october : 17.00 - 19.00: Conference Registration

Thursday 28th october : 19.00-21.00

Welcome Address: Rector of the University of Crete
Plenary speaker: John Toye, Professor of Development Economics, University of Oxford:
The Evolution of Bureaucracy: Historians' and Economists' Perspectives Compared

Plenary speaker: Michael Intriligator, Professor of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Globalization of the World Economy: Potential Benefits and Costs and a Net Assessment

Friday 29th October: 8.45 -10.45

Session 1A, Long waves
Castaldi, C, Nuvolari, A & Verspagen, B: Technical change and long waves. The age of steam reconsidered
Kleinknecht, A: Once More: Do Schumpeter’s innovation clusters exist?
Louca, F: Thirty years after the turning point. Some of the reasons for the delay of the next long wave
Reati, A & Toporowski, J: Which economic policy for the fifth long-wave? Drawing the implications of some recent contribution
Tylecote, A: Finance, corporate governance and the next long wave upswing

Session 1B, The political economy of war, peace & (dis)armament, arms industries & conversion I
Intriligator, M: Introductory remarks
Clark, A: Global terrorists use biological and nuclear weapons
Kollias, C, Athanassiou, E & Syriopoulos, T: The effects of external security related shocks on financial markets
Michael, A: Turkey's military presence in Cyprus

Session 1C, Economic history & social value theories I
Frenzel Baudisch, A: Social value and consumer behaviour: an empirical case study on changing social norms in shoe consum
Flaschel, P: Price theory, value accounting and the role of a system of national accounts
Hanappi, H: The survival of the fattest: The evolution of needs, lust and social value in a long-run perspective
Hoelzl, W & Reinstaller, A: Wage setting, technologyand non-technology shocks in Austrian industries, 1971-1994

Session ID, In search of a European social model
Bettio, F: Is the 'care drain' compatible with the European Social Model? The case of elderly care
Cipollone, A & Corsi, M: Building a knowledge economy. Education and job opportunities in a gender perspective
Himmelweit, S: Developing a European social model that includes caring for people
Perrons, D: The European Employment Strategy. Efficiency and social justice for women?
Plantenga, J: The European childcare agenda. An empirical investigation into the effectiveness of the open method of co-ordina

Session IE, Evolution & selection
Luksha, P: Dinos vs. Mammals: Self-selection of a dominating firm strategy on an economy level
Ruigrok, W, & Stoelhorst, JW: Sexual selection. A missing link in evolutionary theories of organization?
Vromen, J: Traces from the past: Why and how prior evolutionary processes matter
Witt, U: Animal instincts and human sentiments: Institutional evolution and its behavioral underpinnings , evolution, selection

Session 1F, Employment relations
Bonaventura, L: The underground labour market between social norms and policy incentives
Collins, G, Grimsley, M, Meehan, A: Community trust and the "New Employment Model": some policy implications for regional e
Mistri, M: Foreign immigration and dualism of the community market within an industrial district. Chinese immigration in Prato (I
Pagano, U: Corporate governance and workers' rights. Towards a single European system?

Session 1G, Spatial analysis
Bellofiore, R & Vertova, G: Space in economic thought. Inquiry into the origins of a difficult integration and of some contempora
Dupuch, S, Jennequin, H & Mouhoud, EM: EU enlargement. What does it change for the European economic geography?
Hapiot, A: Integration to the EU or national cohesion. Which choice, and which trajectories in Czech Republic and Slovakia?
Kaufmann, P & Stagl, S: Integrated rural development. Towards a theory of learning and institutional change in the European U

Friday 29th October: 11.00-13.00

Session 2A, Global order & national disorder
Coriat, B, Petit, P & Schmeder, G: Post Fordisms in a more globalised capitalism
McDonough, T: Social structures of accumulation. The last ten years
Pianta, M :Globalisation from below. Historical roots and policy alternatives
Wickham, J: Fordist and post-fordist migration. The regulatory reversal

Session 2B, The political economy of war, peace & (dis)armament, arms industries & conversion II
Dunne, JP: The evolution of the international arms industries
Webster, L: Overcoming war and empire
Zurkrowska, K: The evolution of the Polish arms industries

Session 2C, Economic history & social value theories II
Kasozi, A: Beyond culture. Developing a taxonomy for assessing the comparative influence of institutions on economic develop
Lager, C: Production, prices and time. Hits and misses in the works of John Hicks, Piero Sraffa, John von Neumann, Wassily L
Luksha, P & Petrov, A: Hierarchy of needs and dynamics of consumer behaviour
Mrazova, M: Veblen's concept of cultural consumption habits. Explanatory power in transformation countries

Session 2D, Economics & intellectual imperialism I
Mäki, U: Progress by conquest? On the nature and justification of economics imperialism
Marchionni, C & Mäki, U: A driving methodological ideal of geographical economics. Explanatory unification
Lehtinen, A & Kuorikoski, J: Economics imperialism and solution concepts in political science
Sappinen, J: Economics imperialism and the study of business organizations

Session 2E, Governance I
Krafft, J & Ravix, JL: Corporate governance and the governance of knowledge
Özçelik, E: Questioning ‘governance.’ Reconstructing ‘embeddedness’ or building ‘fictitious’ institutions?
Račić, D & Kešeljević, A: Governance processes and the reproduction of relational assets
Rebérioux, A: The end of history in corporate governance? A critical appraisal

Session 2F, Innovation
Becker, MC: Innovation routines. What is the role of routines in innovation processes?
Breukel, AWV: Reaping the advantages of organizational innovation. A case study towards the possibilities and obstructions fo
Dolfsma, W; Towards a dynamic (Schumpeterian) welfare economics
Gaffard, J-L & Quéré, M: Innovation process and economic growth. Why and how institutions matter
Nooteboom, B: Generalization, differentiation, reciprocation and novel combinations. A further specification, innovation

Session 2G, Technology & waves of economic development
Fontana, R, Guerzoni, M, Nuvolari, A, Habakkuk revisited: a history friendly model of American and British technology in the Nin
Guy, F: Power-biased technological change. Technology, and the fall and rise of earnings inequality
Larudee, M: The feedback loop of power and wealth. What are the dynamics?
Lawson, C: Technology and the ‘bad-life’
Verspagen, B: Structural change and technology. A long view

Friday 29th October: 14.30-16.30

Session 3A, Finance & growth
Burlamaqui, L & Kregel, J: Competition, capabilities and innovation, in finance. Implications for stability and development
Clévenot, M & Mazier, J: Investment and rate of profit in a financial context. A post-Keynesian approach
Couharde, C, Mazier, J, & Serranito, F: Financial-led growth regimes. What does business investment behaviour analysis show
Salavisa, I: Looking for a new deal? Public policies for work and employment in the knowledge-based society

Session 3B, History, identity & collective memory
Dannreuther, C: How a nation of shopkeepers learnt to live without a small business sector
Kessler, O: Risk as collective memory and the Gold Standard
Kratochwil, F: History, action and identity
Nightingale, P: Exploring the legitimacy of disciplinary social science

Session 3C, Economics, history & development I
Kostis, K (invited speaker): Twentieth century Greek economic history. State of the art and new directions
Alierta, M: Wages in history, theory and development
Castañeda, G: The firm’s legal regime of governance as an outcome of social embeddedness. The parochialism of entreprene
Collantes, F, Pinnila, V & Ayuda, M-I: The long-term determinants of population location in Spain. A model (1860-2000)
Delamonica, E: Using evolutionary, structuralist and post-Keynesian analyses in economic history. An application to Argentina i

Session 3D, Economics & intellectual imperialism II
Bikman, D & Rodríguez-Boetsch, L: Social Capital Theory. The Frontier of Economic Intellectual Imperialism
Gassler, RS: Political and social economics. Beyond orthodoxy and heterodoxy
Rock, C: The empires strike back (and back). Economic thoughts in modern populist sociobiology
Rodriguez, A: Anthropological conceptions and economic theory


Session 3E, Governance II
Sacconi, L: Corporate social responsibility as a model of ‘extended’ corporate governance. An interpretation based on the econ
Schuberth, H: Knightian uncertainty, agency independence and economic policy rules
Schürz, M & Weber, B: Financial literacy and the governance of financial markets
Thomson, G & Driver, C: A democratic and ethical corporate citizenship?

Session 3F, Empirical institutional analyses
Croci Angelini, E & Farina, F: Redistribution and labour market institutions in OECD countries
González de Lara, Y: The State as an enforcer in early Venetian trade. A historical institutional analysis
Mahera, A: Political economy as science or art? A French debate on the introduction of the course of political economy in facult
Pesmazoglou, V: Cohesion and European economic integration

Session 3G, Networks, economy & society
Dachs, B, Ebersberger, B, & Pyka, A: Access to external knowledge sources and the role of informal networks
Finch, J: Three narratives on industrial markets as networks and as social systems
Fusari, A: The role and meaning of the market. Past, present and future
Leoncini, R & Montresor, S: On the nature of dynamic capabilities. Clusters of organizations or organizational clusters?

Friday 29th October: 16.45-18.45

Session 4A, Changing institutions & performance I
Aguibetova, U, Fedorenko, N, Ferguene, A & Samson, I, Changing institutions and regional performance in transition countries
Lissowska, M: Institutions launched in transition and their multiform impact on performance. The case of competitive and co-op
Tridico, P: Institutional change and governance indexes in transition economies. The case of Poland
Vincensini, C & Koleva, P: Evolution and performance of small and medium-sized enterprises in transition economies. An instit

Session 4B, Agents & institutional change
Parto, S: Institutional change during transitions. Handling and management of waste in the Netherlands 1970 - present
Schramm, M & Taube, M: On the role of public and private sector entrepreneurship for institutional change
Schutz, E: Incorporating power and class in the neoclassical account of income and wealth inequality


Session 4C, Economics, history & development II
Dow, A: History in specific economic approaches. A comparison of Scottish political economy and the staples approach
Ferguson, N & Schularick, M: The empire effect. The determinants of country risk in the first age of globalization, 1880-1913
Jacquinet, M: Institutional and technological transformations of the Port wine (1700-1950). A legal and economic nexus
Jolink, A & van den Brand, B: The urge to merge and the American cotton oil company

Session 4D, Empirical analyses of economic development
Collantes, F: Quite visible hands. A Veblenian approach to regional disparities in Spanish industrialization (1700-1950)
Hardy, J, Zhen, Y & Currie, F: The institutional underpinnings of cumulative causation: a comparison of the Wroclaw (Poland) a
Lo, Dic: China, the ‘East Asian model’ and late development
Zukowski, R: Charismatic totalitarian dictatorship, no growth, and non-transition. The Case of Cuba

Session 4E, Individuals, society & policy
Davis, JB & McMaster, R: The individual in mainstream health economics. A case of persona non-grata?
Lopes, H & Rodrigues, J: From the kindergarten to the backyard. The perversity of incentives and its implications for public poli
Odebode, S & van Staveren, I: An empirical test of the household bargaining model with data from Ibadan, Nigeria
Stiefel, E: Production and the economy of care. A feminist approach to economic theory

Session 4F, History of economic thought I
Ananyin, O: Between science and history. Reassessing grand theories in economics
Dyer, AW: A new 'old' institutionalist economics. The political economy of the ordinary
Labrousse, A: The Methodenstreit revisited. Contemporary methodological issues of an antiquated dispute
Warnecke, TL: The evolutionary nature of feminist economics

Session 4G, National systems of innovation
Hilliard, R: Innovation policy governance in Ireland: the problem of coherence in an emerging national innovation system
Lorenz, E & Valeyre, A: Organisational innovation in Europe. National models of the diffusion of a new ‘one best way’
Niosi, J: National and regional systems of innovation as complex evolutionary systems
Ruiz, AU: Patents and the ‘public’ role of universities in Europe. Myths and realities


Saturday 30th October: 8.45 - 10.45

Session 5A, Changing institutions & performance II
Egorov, I: Trajectories of economic development and structural changes in Western Post-Soviet states
Matos, C: Post-socialist transformation and institutions: competing approaches
Samaganova, A & Ternaux, P: How to interpret the changing institutions in Russia. The case of the labour market
Tchipev, P: Moulding corporate boards. A key challenge of Bulgarian corporate governance?

Session 5B, Liberalization policies
Amable, B & Palombarini, S : The third way and the Continental European model
Krajewska, A: Tax systems in Poland, transition economies and the EU countries, and economic competitiveness
Solari, S & Gambarotto, F: Localization effects of the European integration. Some reflections on institutional policies from an ev
Tropeano, D: The interplay of liberalization policies

Session 5C, Economics, history & development III
Nadan, A: The competitive advantage of moneylenders over banks. Why did money lending prevail in rural Palestine?
Pietila, H: Historical experience in poverty eradication. Building a Nordic welfare society. A case study of Finland
Seirinidou, V: The economic functions of the Greek commercial diaspora in Central Europe 17th-19th centuries
Sinjutin, MV: The evolution of serf labour at the metal industry during the 18-19th Centuries. The case of Ural region in Russia

Session 5D, Theoretical approaches to economic development
Acha, V & Cusmano, L: Systems into systems run. Complexity and evolutionary approaches to development
Ciarli, T: Perspectives on growth and development analysis
Cloud, K: Gender, human capital and development
Fine, B: Development economics. From new to newer?
Milonakis, D: Economic history and development. Fellow travellers?

Session 5E, Theories of individuals & society
Hermann, A: Institutional economics and psychoanalysis. How can they collaborate for a better understanding of individual-soc
Niederle, U-M: Preferences and their impact on technological innovation and institutional change
Pélissier, M: Evolutionary game theory and the problem of social cooperation. A first taxonomy
Tsakalotos, E: Economics and the social ethos

Session 5F, History of economic thought II
Bertrand, E: About a new assumption in Coase’s 1960 article. The ‘Coase Theorem’ needs an institution
Lopes, H: From self-interest back to moral sentiments
Özveren, E: Economic history as development theory in disguise. Fernand Braudel’s ‘Civilization Matérielle, Économie et Capita
Wilson, D & Dixon, W: Sentimentality, communicative action and the social self. Adam Smith meets Jurgen Habermas

Session 5G, Routines
Delorme, R: Behaviour in complex situations. A post-Simonian modelling
Diani, M: Are routines economic replicators? Exploring the missing link in the evolutionary theory of the firm
Festré, A & Lazaric, N: Routines and leadership in Schumpeter and von Mises' analysis of economic change. A new glance on
Kesting, P: Changing routine. Mechanisms, possibilities and restrictions

Zerbe, RO: Opening Lecture, Justice and efficiency in the evolution of the common law
Hatzis, A: Civil law & economic reasoning.The case of contract law
Mattiacci, GD & Deffains, B: Incompleteness of law
Ammannati, L: Choosing the law. Against ‘legal Jacobinism’

Saturday 30th October: 11.00-13.00

Session 6A, Monetary economics & finance
Alper, CE & Onis, Z: The Turkish banking system, financial crises and the IMF in the age of capital account liberalization
Mohun, S: The US profit share 1964-2001
Potts, N: Integrating money stocks/rentiers with the productive economy

Session 6B, Poverty reduction & welfare
Gajewski, G, Benjamin, J & Luppino, M: Estimating the poverty-reduction potential of roads projects in regions experiencing ins
Uranga, MG, Luz de la Cal, M & Otazua, G: Poverty as a result of institutional change
Hieke, H: Welfare reform in Germany?
Springler, E: Distribution effects of pension-reforms in universal welfare states. Austria as a case study
Session 6C, Institutional history of economics: Gender & Schumpeter
Avtonomov, V: Timing of translation as a relevant factor. Reception of Schumpeter’ economic development theory in Russia
Michaelides, P & Milios, J: Hilferding’s influence on Schumpeter. A first discussion
Stassinopoulos, Y: Schumpeter on political power and economic action

Session 6D, Entrepreneurship
Ioannides, S: From the individual entrepreneur to the multi-person organization
Pachon, JMM: Entrepreneurial activity and human cognition
Saviotti, PP & Pyka, A: Creativity and efficiency in economic development. Employment and policy implications
Ueda, Y: Three types of entrepreneurship for institutional change. The incentives of political, social and business entrepreneur

Session 6E, Comparative industrial dynamics
Bellone, F, Musso, P & Quére, M: Testing for the shadow of death effect. Insights from French manufacturing firms over the las
Eparvier, P: The emergence of industrial and technological evolutionism. Are the new tendencies compatible with the original re
Groenewegen, J & Künneke, R: An evolutionary perspective on infrastructure reform
Olsson, M & Lönnborg, M: Financial services in the new member states of the EU

Session 6F, Theories of institutions I
Goyer, M & Guy, F: Centralized and decentralized enforcement of agreements. A different dimension in the varieties of capitalis
Hodgson, GM: Types of institution. From orders to organizations
Papadopoulos, G: A conceptual analysis of money and monetary institutions
Zouboulakis, M: Who’s afraid of New Institutional Economics’ idea of institutional change?

Session 6G, Money and its institutional framework
Hawkins, P: Balancing stability and provision. Addressing financial exclusion in South Africa
Howells, P: Consumer credit and the demand for endogenous money
Rochon, J-L & Rossi, S: Endogenous money. The evolutionary versus ontological views
Toporowski, J: Marek Breit and the critique of liquidity preference theory

Session 6H, The co-evolution of law & economics II
Nicita, A & Rizzolli, M: Incomplete rights and the evolutionary complementarity between property rule and liability rule
Porrini, D: Informational efficiency and the evolution of environmental policies choice
Chapman, B: The evolution of reasonable cooperation under law
Parisi F & von Wangenheim, G: Legislation and countervailing effects from social norms
Rossi, A: The co-evolution of law and technology. The case of F/OSS

Saturday 30th October: 14.30-16.30

Session 7A, Macroeconomics & crises
Argitis, G: Rethinking Marx’s monetary theory of economic crisis
Commendatore, P: Are Kaleckian models of growth and distribution relevant in the long run?
Perraton, J: Cathartic crises and growth collapses

Session 7B, Industrial regulation policies
Groenewegen, J & de Jong, M: Governance of network industries
Niesten, E: An institutional structure of regulation
Barendse, AJ: Supranational organizations of telecom regulators and the harmonization of regulatory practices
Krajewski, S & Działo, J: Microeconomic effectiveness of privatised and private enterprises in Poland in the years 1991-2002

Session 7C, Institutional history of economics: Varied views
Izquierdo, J: Doing local history of economic action with audio-visual materials from the documentary film ‘Startup.com’
Lainé, J & Leloup, S: Bentham and the representative democracy. Sympathy, antipathy and utility
Lee, FS: Ranking heterodox economic journals and departments. Suggested methodologies
Liagouras, G: The revival of the ‘Veblenian dichotomy’ within modern evolutionary economics
Taddei, J: The evolution of the old institutionalist thought until now and its actual consequences on understanding technologica

Session 7D, Environmental analysis & economic development
Adaman, F,& Arsel, M: Environmentalism in Turkey. Between democracy and development?
Dulbecco, P,& Yelkouni, M: Sustainable development and institutional change. Evidence from the Forest of Tiogo in Burkina Fa
Jaeck, L: Toward an evolutionary perspective on environmental policy. The precautionary principle versus the evolution of the r
Rammel, C, Stagle, S & Wilfing, H: Managing evolving complex systems. A coevolutionary perspective on natural resource ma
Vlachou, A: Sustainable development. A critical perspective

Session 7E, Industry studies
Dibiaggio, L: Scope economies, technological specialisation and performance. An historical study of the American semiconduc
Krafft, J: Knowledge intensive life cycles. The case of telecommunications
Morand, F, Gatzweiler, F & Schlüter, A: Make it greener. Why, how? Factors of eco-innovation adoption among Irish golf mana


Session 7F, Theories of institutions II
Cameron, J & Ndhlovu, T: The institutional economics of excess. The fallacy that specialisation is good for a society
Goldschmidt, N & Remmele, B: Anthropology as the basic science of economic theory. Towards a cultural theory of economics
Nielsen, K: Can Pinocchio break free? Culture versus calculus in institutionalisms and other heterodoxies
Schmitt, R & Schmitt, K: What the hell is ‘strategic strong uncertainty’? The various meanings of supposed well-known express

Session 7G, Money, history & policy
Barata, JM & Pacheco, LM: Asset prices and monetary policy in the euro area. An historical perspective within a tentative mode
Michael, A: Why being consistent is not always the best policy
Peaucelle, I: Dynamic analysis of bankruptcy and of economic waves
Provenzano: Local authorities and capital markets. Institutional change and economic development in Italy

Session 7H, The co-evolution of law & economics III
D'Antoni, M & Galbiati, R: The co-evolution of enforcement and sanctions. The case of driving offences
Yvrande-Billon, A: Can formal rules and discretionary decisions coexist? Lessons from the French public urban transport secto
Jacquinet, M: Is there a place for evolutionary law and economics. The case of regulatory path dependence of specific econom
Dupeuble, T: Institutional change and intermediate cognitive resources. The case of French agricultural policy
Castaldo, A & Nizi, G: The evolution of corporate vs. individual criminal liability: a look into recent reforms in Italy

Saturday 30th October: 16.45-18.30

Plenary speaker: Francisco Louca, Professor of Economics, ISEG, LONDON
Quod errat demonstrandum - statistics and geometry in the economic analysis of long fluctuations

Plenary speaker: Patrick O'Brien, Centennial Professor of Economic History, London School of Economics
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Saturday 30th October: 21.30 : GALA DINNER

SUNDAY 31st October: 9.00 - 14.00: Visit to Knossos and Heraclion Museum
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