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  • Decision Theory@Penn | Penn Economics
    am Jian Li University of California Berkeley Preferences for Information and Ambiquity 12 30 pm Lunch 1 50 pm Roee Teper University of Pittsburgh Extension Rules or What Would the Sage Do 2 50 pm Efe Ok New York University Revealed P Reference Theory 3 50 pm Coffee break 4 20 pm Edi Karni Johns Hopkins University Subjective Expected Utility with Incomplete Preferences 5 20 pm David Ahn University of

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/decision-theorypenn (2012-11-11)
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  • 2011 PIER Political Economy Conference | Penn Economics
    IEES Political Turnover and Institutional Reform with M Reynal Querol 11 30 12 00pm Coffee Break 12 00 1 00pm Dave Baron Stanford The Industrial Organization of Private Politics 1 00 2 00pm Lunch 2 00 3 00pm Matt Jackson Stanford History Expectations and Leadership in the Evolution of Cooperation with D Acemoglu 3 00 3 30pm Coffee Break 3 30 4 30pm Alberto Alesina Harvard On the Origins of

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/2011-pier-political-economy-conference (2012-11-11)
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  • 2010 PIER Political Economy Conference | Penn Economics
    Enter your keywords Home 2010 PIER Political Economy Conference Event Listing Back to Events 2010 PIER Political Economy Conference PIER Conference Welcome to the 2010 PIER Political Economy Conference Program Working Papers Participant List Additional information Positano Coast Restaurant Mar Bar Lounge 40th Walnut Sheraton University City Hotel Tourist Information Return to All Events Details University of Pennsylvania 3620 Locust Walk Philadelphia PA Room Steinberg Dietrich Hall Room 1206 9

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/2010-pier-political-economy-conference (2012-11-11)
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  • 2009 PIER Conference On Political Economy | Penn Economics
    00am Marco Battaglini Princeton Fiscal Policy over the Real Business Cycle A Positive Theory with S Coate 11 00 11 30am Coffee break 11 30 12 30pm Gilat Levy LSE A Dynamic Model of Agenda Formation with R Razin 12 30 2 00pm Lunch 2 00 3 00pm Roger Myerson Chicago Capitalist Investment and Political Liberalization 3 00 3 30pm Coffee break 3 30 4 30pm Eric Weese Yale Political

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/2009-pier-conference-political-economy (2012-11-11)
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  • 2008 PIER Conference On Political Economy | Penn Economics
    September 5 2 00 3 00pm Alessandro Lizzeri NYU A Dynamic Model of Deliberation with L Yariv 3 00 3 30pm Coffee break 3 30 4 30pm Matias Iaryczower Caltech Ideology and Competence in Alternative Electoral Systems with A Mattozzi 4 30 5 00pm Coffee break 5 00 6 00pm Eddie Dekel Northwestern Buying Shares and Buying Votes with A Wolinsky 6 30 8 30pm Buffet Reception at MarBar Saturday September 6 10 00 11 00am Shlomo Weber SMU Nation Stability and Genetic Diversity with K Desmet M Le Breton and I Ortuno Ortin 11 00 11 30am Coffee break 11 30 12 00pm Dennis Epple Carnegie Mellon The Dynamics of Metropolitan Communities Voting and Residential Choice over the Life Cycle with H Sieg and R Romano 12 30 2 00pm Lunch 2 00 3 00pm Matilde Bombardini British Columbia Competition and Political Organization Together or Alone in Lobbying for Trade Policy with F Trebbi 3 00 3 30pm Coffee break 3 30 4 30pm Brian Knight Brown Media Bias and Influence Evidence from Newspaper Endorsements 4 30 5 00pm Coffee break 5 00 6 00pm David Stromberg Stockholm Press Coverage and Political Accountability with J Snyder 6 30 9

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/2008-pier-conference-political-economy (2012-11-11)
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  • 2007 Greater NY Metropolitan Area Econometrics Colloquium | Penn Economics
    Alumni Research PIER IER CARESS Papers Enter your keywords Home 2007 Greater NY Metropolitan Area Econometrics Colloquium Event Listing Back to Events 2007 Greater NY Metropolitan Area Econometrics Colloquium PIER Conference Sponsors Penn Institute for Economic Research and the School of Arts Sciences Organizers Aureo de Paula and Kevin Song Participant List Program Return to All Events Details University of Pennsylvania 3730 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA Room 250 Huntsman Hall

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/2007-greater-ny-metropolitan-area-econometrics-colloquium (2012-11-11)
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  • Past Events | Penn Economics
    Taxonomy Term Applied Micro Theory Workshop 2006 2010 Conferences Econometrics Workshop Economic Theory Workshop 2005 2010 Empirical Micro Workshop International Economics Workshop Junior Recruiting Seminars Micro Theory Seminar Money Macro Workshop PIER Conference PIER Lecture Political Economy Workshop Shadow Workshop Special Event 2005 PIER Conference on Political Economy Sep 16 2005 2 00pm Sep 17 2005 6 45pm PIER Conference Location University of Pennsylvania 3620 Locust Walk 1206 Steinberg Dietrich Hall More Info 2004 PIER Conference on Political Economy Sep 18 2004 9 00am Sep 19 2004 1 30pm PIER Conference Location University of Pennsylvania 249 South 36th Street Terrace Room More Info 2003 PIER Conference on Political Economy Sep 13 2003 9 00am Sep 14 2003 1 30pm PIER Conference Location University of Pennsylvania 249 South 36th Street Terrace Room More Info 2003 PIER Conference on Crime and Public Policy Apr 11 2003 2 00pm Apr 12 2003 6 15pm PIER Conference With support from the James C Gentle Foundation Location University of Pennsylvania 3620 Locust Walk 1206 Steinberg Dietrich Hall More Info 2003 PIER Conference on Crime and Public Policy Apr 11 2003 2 00pm Apr 12 2003 6 15pm PIER Conference With support from the James C

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/past-events?page=1&tid[0]=37 (2012-11-11)
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  • Subgame Perfect Implementation Under Approximate Common Knowledge: Evidence From A Laboratory Experiment | Penn Economics
    Alumni Research PIER IER CARESS Papers Enter your keywords Home Subgame Perfect Implementation Under Approximate Common Knowledge Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment Event Listing Back to Events Subgame Perfect Implementation Under Approximate Common Knowledge Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment Philippe Aghion Harvard University PIER Lecture Joint paper with Ernst Fehr and Richard Holden Return to All Events Details University of Pennsylvania 3718 Locust Walk Philadelphia PA Room 309 McNeil Building

    Original URL path: http://economics.sas.upenn.edu/events/tba-31 (2012-11-11)
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