Contests & Conflict | 28.09.2022 | 16:00
Born to wait? A study of allocation rules in booking systems

Referent: Lingbo Huang

Lingbo Huang will present this paper, a joint work with Tracy Xiao Liu and Jun Zhang.

Vortrag | 22.09.2022 | 18:15 - 19:45 | ONLINE !
Tax and Government in the 21st Century

Referent: Prof. Miranda Stewart

Contests & Conflict | 14.09.2022 | 17:00
Why are Mexican politicians being assassinated? The role of oil theft and narcocracy

Referent: Roxana Gutiérrez-Romero

Roxana Gutiérrez-Romero will present the paper titled "Why are Mexican politicians being assassinated? The role of oil theft and narcocracy" (joint work with Nayely Iturbe).

This talk is part of the Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict, a bi-weekly online seminar series with researchers from across the world. You can sign up to the Global Network to get information and invitations (including the Zoom Link for each event) about the Global Seminar hereMax-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht und Öffentliche Finanzen: Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict (mpg.de).

Contests & Conflict | 31.08.2022 | 16:00
Large Innovation Contests with Cognitively Diverse Teams

Referent: Brian Roberson

Brian Roberson will present the paper titled "Large Innovation Contests with Cognitively Diverse Teams" (joint work with Mouli Modak).

This talk is part of the Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict, a bi-weekly online seminar series with researchers from across the world. You can sign up to the Global Network to get information and invitations (including the Zoom Link for each event) about the Global Seminar hereMax-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht und Öffentliche Finanzen: Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict (mpg.de).

Tagung | 22.08.2022 - 25.08.2022 | 09:00 - 17:00 | Harnack House, Ihnestraße 16-20, 14195 Berlin
Max Planck Summer School on the Political Economy of Conflict and Redistribution 2022

Research oriented lectures by senior experts in the field of the Political Economy of Conflict and Redistribution aimed at young researchers in the early stage of their careers as PhD students and Postdocs.

Contests & Conflict | 17.08.2022 | 16:00
Creative Contests - Theory and Experiment

Referent: Feng Zhu

Feng Zhu will present the paper titled "Creative Contests - Theory and Experiment".

This talk is part of the Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict, a bi-weekly online seminar series with researchers from across the world. You can sign up to the Global Network to get information and invitations (including the Zoom Link for each event) about the Global Seminar hereMax-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht und Öffentliche Finanzen: Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict (mpg.de).

Contests & Conflict | 03.08.2022 | 18:00
Forces of Darkness: The Strategic Dynamics of Territorial Control and Resource Allocation during Civil War

Referent: Scott Gates

Scott Gates will present the paper titled "Forces of Darkness: The Strategic Dynamics of Territorial Control and Resource Allocation during Civil War" (joint work with Siri Aas Rustad, and Christopher Butler).

This talk is part of the Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict, a bi-weekly online seminar series with researchers from across the world. You can sign up to the Global Network to get information and invitations (including the Zoom Link for each event) about the Global Seminar hereMax-Planck-Institut für Steuerrecht und Öffentliche Finanzen: Global Seminar on Contests & Conflict (mpg.de).

Contests & Conflict | 06.07.2022 | 16:00
Optimal Contest Design with Tree Architecture

Referent: Qian Jiao

Qian Jiao will present the paper titled "Optimal Contest Design with Tree Architecture" (joint work with Zhonghong Kuang, Yiran Liu, and Yang Yu).

Contests & Conflict | 22.06.2022 | 18:00
On Being Unpredictable and Winning

Referent: Carsten K.W. De Dreu

Carsten K.W. De Dreu will present the paper titled "On Being Unpredictable and Winning" (joint work with Andrea Arciniegas, Jörg Gross, Laura C. Hoenig, Michael Rojek-Giffin, and Daan T. Scheepers).

Contests & Conflict | 08.06.2022 | 17:00
A Network of Thrones: Kinship and Conflict in Europe, 1495-1918

Referent: Seth Benzell

Seth Benzell will present the paper titled "A Network of Thrones: Kinship and Conflict in Europe, 1495-1918" (joint work with Kevin Cooke).