MPI TAX
Presentation | 03/17/2022 | 18:00 - 19:00 | ONLINE !
Real Effects of Private Country-by-Country Disclosure – Recent Evidence, Policy Implications, and Questions for Future Research

Speaker: Ass. Prof. Marcel Olbert, PhD

Contests & Conflict | 03/16/2022 | 16:00
General Lotto Games with Favoritism: Competitions with Pre-allocations and Asymmetric Effectiveness

Speaker: Dong Quan Vu

Dong Quan Vu will present the paper titled "General Lotto Games with Favoritism: Competitions with Pre-allocations and Asymmetric Effectiveness" (joint work with Patrick Loiseau).

Contests & Conflict | 03/02/2022 | 16:00
When Does Data Sharing Promote Innovation?

Speaker: Zhi Chen

Zhi Chen will present the paper titled "When Does Data Sharing Promote Innovation?" (joint work with Jussi Keppo).

Presentation | 02/17/2022 | 18:00 - 19:00 | ONLINE !
The Use and Abuse of Location-Specific Rents

Speaker: Prof. Mitchell Kane

Contests & Conflict | 02/16/2022 | 18:00
The Psychology of Limited Nuclear War: Experimental evidence on public emotions after an escalate to de-escalate strike

Speaker: Marina Henke

Marina Henke will present her paper titled "The Psychology of Limited Nuclear War: Experimental evidence on public emotions after an escalate to de-escalate strike".

Lecture | 02/15/2022 - 02/28/2022 | 14:00 - 18:00
International Public Economics

Speaker: Kai A Konrad and Yixuan Shi

Contests & Conflict | 02/02/2022 | 15:00
Collective information acquisition

Speaker: Kfir Eliaz

Kfir Eliaz will present his paper titled "Collective information acquisition" (joint work with Ran Eilat).

Presentation | 01/26/2022 | 18:15 - 19:45 | ONLINE !
Was bleibt noch vom Dualismus der Einkunftsarten?

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Rainer Wernsmann

Presentation | 01/20/2022 | 18:00 - 19:00 | ONLINE !
The Shielding Effect of EU Secondary Law

Speaker: Univ-Prof. DDr. Georg Kofler, LL.M. (NYU)

Contests & Conflict | 01/19/2022 | 16:00
The Limits of Meritocracy

Speaker: Felix Várdy

Felix Várdy will present his paper titled "The Limits of Meritocracy" (joint work with John Morgan, and Justin Tumlinson).