Seminars: Law, Economics, & Organization

Seminar in Law, Economics, and Organization
Term:   Fall 2020
Location: Zoom
Meeting Time:  Mondays 12:30 - 2:00 PM

Description: The presentation of work in progress in the field of law, economics, and organizations. Presentations by members of the various Harvard faculties, outside speakers, and graduate students. Offered jointly with the Law School as 96250-11 and with the Business School as 4670

List Serve/Announcements: Contact Molly Eskridge to be added to the email distribution list for this seminar OR if you would like a copy of any of the papers.


January 25 David Hirshleifer (UC, Irvine)  Social Transmission
February 1 Itay Goldstein (Wharton) The Real Effects of Modern Information Technologies
February 8 Nadia Malenko (Michigan) Corporate Governance in the Presence of Active and Passive Delegated Investment
February 22 Alma Cohen (HLS, Tel-Aviv) Politics and Gender in the Executive Suite

March 8

Jean Tirole (Toulouse)

The Morality of Markets and the Nature of Competition

March 22

 Philip Bond (Washington) Silence Is Safest: Information Disclosure When the Audience’s Preferences Are Uncertain
April 12 Patrick Bolton (Columbia, Imperial) Global Pricing of Carbon-Transition Risk
April 19

 Evan K Rose (Microsoft)

How Does Incarceration Affect Crime? Estimating the Dose-Response Function