Program 2012 International Conference

Program 2012

International Conference

“Contracts, Procurement and Public-Private Agreements”

Paris, May 30th & 31st 2012


May 30th
Maison des Polytechniciens, 12 rue de Poitiers
75007 Paris


8h30 – 9h00   Welcome Breakfast

 

9h00–12h30      Opening Workshop — Governance Structures and Efficiency for Water in Europe

 

 

9h00 – 10h30     Session 1    (Chair: Simon Porcher – Sorbonne Business School)

9h00 – 9h45   María A García-Valiñas (University of Oviedo), Francisco González-Gómez (University of Granada), Andrés J Picazo-Tadeo (University of Valencia)

Are ownership and price related in the water industry? Empirical evidence from Spain

9h45 – 10h30  Stéphane Saussier (Sorbonne Business School), Eshien Chong (U. Paris South) and Brian Silverman (Rotmann School, Toronto)

Water under the bridge : When and how do municipalities change organizational forms in the provision of water ?

SLIDES

Discussant: Gérard Payen – Président d’Aquafed

10h30 – 10h50 Coffee Break

 

 10h50 – 12h20 Session 2 (Chair: Carine Staropoli – University Paris I)

10h50 – 11h35  Micha Zscille (DIW Berlin)

Consolidating the Water Industry: An Analysis of the Potential Gains from Horizontal Integration in a Conditional Efficiency Framework

SLIDES

11h35–12h20 Paola Valbonesi (U. of Padova), A. Bordin (U. of Venice) and M. Padula (U. of Venice)

Firms’ governance and efficiency in the water service provision: empirical evidence from the Italian case

SLIDES

Discussant: Maria Salvetti – Onema

 12h20 – 13h20   Lunch

 

13h20 – 13h30  Opening Conference — “Contracts, Procurement and Public-Private Agreements”

 

Keynote 1 

13h30 – 14h30 Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (Paris School of Economics)

Corruption in Procurement and Shadow Campaign Financing: Evidence from Russia

SLIDES

 

14h30  – 16h00 Session 1 (Chair: Anne Yvrande-Billon, University Paris I)

14h30 – 15h15  Aguirre, Julio (Universidad de San Andres – Argentina)

Renegotiation of Infrastructure Transport Concession Contracts in Peru: An Empirical Analysis

15h15 – 16h00  Kivleniece, Ilze (HEC Paris) and Quélin, Bertrand (HEC Paris)

Renegotiation in Public-Private Ties: The Effects of Political Ambivalence and Social Mobilization   

 16h00–16h30  Coffee Break

 

16h30  – 18h00 Session 2 (Chair: Klenio Barbosa, Sao Paulo School of Economics, Getulio Vargas Foundation)  

16h30 – 17h15  Luigi Moretti (University of Padova, Italy) and  Valbonesi, Paola (University of Padova – Italy)  

Subcontracting in Public Procurement: an empirical investigation

17h15 – 18h00   Coviello, Decio (HEC Montreal – Canada) and Mario Mariniello (EU Commission)

The Role of Publicity Requirement on Entry

 

Keynote 2

18h00 – 19h00 Giancarlo Spagnolo (SITE – Stockholm School of Economics)

The presentation will be based on the two following papers

Reputation and Entry

Reputation and Quality in Procurement Field Evidence from of a Vendor Rating System

SLIDES

 

19h00–22h00     Gala Dinner at The Maison des Polytechniciens

 


May 31st

 Maison des Polytechniciens, 12 rue de Poitiers
75007 Paris


9h00 – 9h30   Welcome Breakfast

Keynote 3

9h30 – 10h30  Florencio Lopez de Silanes (Edhec Business School) and Chong A.

Privatization and Labor Force Restructuring Policies Around the World.

 

10h30 – 12h00 Session 3 (Chair: Philippe Gagnepain – University Paris I, Paris School of Economics)

10h30 – 11h15 Dakshina G. De Silva (Lancaster University – USA), Timothy P. Hubbard (Texas Tech University, USA) and Georgia Kosmopoulou (University of Oklahoma, USA)

Efficacy of a Bidder Training Program: Lessons from LINC

SLIDES

11h15 – 12h00 Montecinos, Jorge (University of Queensland – Australia) and Flavio M. Menezes 

Public-Private Partnerships and Contract Regulation

 

 12h00 –13h30 Lunch 

 

13h30 – 15h45 Session 4 (Chair: Eric Brousseau – Paris Dauphine)  

13h30 – 14h15  Neeraj Prasad, (Indian School of Business), Sudip Gupta (Indian School of Business) and Venkat Chandrasekar (Indian School of Business)

Impact of Inter Firm Cooperation on Social Welfare under Demand Uncertainty

14h15 – 15h00  Horwitz, Jay (Bocconi University – Italy)

Formal Contracting in Repeated Exchanges: Do Networks Shape Views of Partner History?

SLIDES

15h00  – 15h45 Marian Moszoro, IESE Business School, Barcelona and Pablo T. Spiller (University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University, and NBER)

Third-Party Opportunism and the (In)Efficiency of Public Contracts

SLIDES

 

15h45–16h10 Coffee Break

 

16h10 – 17h10

  Keynote 4  Steven Tadelis (U. of California, Berkeley)

The Hidden Costs of (Public) Procurement

   

17h20 END OF THE CONFERENCE

 

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