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Program International Conference 2015

Program

 

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VIth International Conference « Contracts, Procurement, and Public-Private Arrangements » – Paris, June 4 & 5 – 2015


June 4th

 Sorbonne Business School


9h00 – 9h30   Welcome Breakfast


Keynote 1

9h30 – 10h30  Jose-Luis Guasch (University of California, San Diego)

Renegotiation of PPP contracts : evidence, topology and tendencies 1995-2015: the Gypsy Curse?

Short presentation of the keynote 


10h30–11h00 Coffee Break


 

11h – 12h30 Session 1 (Chair: Stéphane Saussier – Sorbonne Business School)
11h00 – 11h45

Does Decentralization Hinder or Foster Privatization? Evidence from Public Private Partnerships in OECD Countries, L. Athias (University of Lausanne), J. Le Gallo (University of Besancon), T. Madies (University of Fribourg)

11h45 – 12h30 

The Value of Revolving Doors in Brazilian Public Procurement, K. Barbosa (Sao Paulo School of Economics – FGV) and S. Straub (Toulouse School of Economics)

 


 12h30 –14h00 Lunch 


  • Parallel sessions

14h00 – 15h30 Session 2 (Chair: Miguel Amaral, ARAF) 

14h00 – 14h45 

Consolidation of water utilities: lessons from Central and Eastern Europe, M. Klien (Wifo)

14h45 – 15h30

An assessment of water utilities efficiency using the Portuguese case, R. Ferreira Reis (Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics), J. Gonçalo Ribeiro (Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics) and J. Miranda Sarmento (ISEG/University of Lisbon)

 

14h00 – 15h30 Session 3 (Chair: Carine Staropoli – Paris School of Economics) 

14h00 – 14h45 

Manipulation and Active Waste in Public Procurement: Evidence from the Introduction of Discretionary Thresholds, J. Palguta (CERGE-EI) and F. Pertold (CERGE-EI)

14h45 – 15h30

The fear of being applied for review: Evidence from procurement auctions, J. Stake (Södertörn University)

 


15h30–16h00 Coffee Break


 

  • Parallel sessions

16h00 17h30  Session 4 (Chair: Philippe Gagnepain – Paris School of Economics) 

16h00 – 16h45 

Delegating relational contracts to corruptible intermediaries, M. Troya-Martinez (New Economic School) and Liam Wren-Lewis (Paris School of Economics)

16h45 – 17h30

The Permeability of Public Contracts: Empirical Evidence from Renegotiations in the French Car Park Sector, Z. Le Squeren (Sorbonne Business School) and J. Moore (Sorbonne Business School)

16h00 17h30  Session 5 (Chair: Klenio Barbosa – Sao Paulo School of Economics) 

16h00 – 16h45 

Political connections and privatization of public services: Evidence from contracting out water services in Spain, G. Bel (Universitat de Barcelona & GiM-IREA), F. González-Gómez (Universidad de Granada) and  A. J. Picazo-Tadeo (Universidad de Valencia)

16h45 – 17h30

Does Contracting for the Provision of Public Services Decrease Prices? Evidence from French Water Public Services, S. Porcher (London School of Economics)


17h30–18h00 Coffee Break


18h00 – 19h30 Session 6 (Chair: Carine Staropoli – Paris School of Economics)

18h00 – 18h45

Fostering private investments with PPP projects in the US: The role of enabling laws and their provisions, D. Albalate (Universitat de Barcelona), G. Bel (Universitat de Barcelona & GiM-IREA) and R. Geddes (Cornell University)

18h45 – 19h30

Party Expertise, Campaign Donation and Government Contracts: Evidence from an Electoral Experiment, P. Arvate (Sao Paulo School of Economics – FGV), K. Barbosa (Sao Paulo School of Economics – FGV), E. Fuzitani ( BrUsed)

 


Cocktail and dinner at the Sorbonne Business School

19h30 – 22h00


 


June 5th 

Sorbonne Business School

 


8h30 – 9h00   Breakfast


 

  • Parallel sessions

9h00 – 10h30 Session 7 (Chair: Jean Beuve – U. of Paris I Sorbonne) 

9h00 – 9h45  

Scoring rule auctions and favoritism: an empirical study on Italian public procurement for canteens, R. Marchi Adani (University of Verona)

9h45 – 10h30

What is the cost of using social criteria in public procurement?, L. Vidal, J. Moore and S. Saussier (Sorbonne Business School)

9h00 – 10h00 Session 8 ( Chair: Laure Athias – U. of Lausanne) 

9h00 – 9h45 

Price Adjustment Policies and Firm Size, G. Kosmopoulou (National Science Foundation, USA and the University of Oklahoma), C. Lamarche, (University of Kentucky), X. Zhou, (Langston University)

9h45 – 10h30

Merger Guidelines for Bidding Markets, P. Gagnepain (Paris School of Economics) and D. Martimort  (Paris School of Economics)

 


10h30–11h00 Coffee Break

 



  • Parallel sessions

11h00 – 12h30 Session 9 (Chair: Antonio Estache – U. Libre de Bruxelles) 

11h00 – 11h45

What causes Incumbency Power in Procurement Scoring Auctions?, G. Mattera (University of Rome II)

11h45 – 12h30

Implementing Yardstick Competition Mechanisms : The Case of regional railwayTransport in France, M. Amaral (ARAF) and J-C. Thiebaut (Sorbonne Business School)

11h00 – 12h30 Session 10 (Chair: Eric Brousseau – U. Paris Dauphine) 

11h00 – 11h45  

Project Modifications and Bidding in Procurement Auctions, D. de Silva Lancaster University Management School), T. Dunne ( ) , G. Kosmopoulou (National Science Foundation and the University of Oklahoma), C. Lamarche, (University of Kentucky)

11h45 – 12h30

Political Contestability and Contract Rigidity: An Analysis of Procurement Contracts, Jean Beuve (U. Paris I Sorbonne), Marian Moszoro (U. of California Berkeley) and Stephane Saussier (Sorbonne Business School)


 12h30 –14h00 Lunch 


 

Keynote 2

14h00 – 15h00  Antonio Estache (U. libre de Bruxelles) 

Efficiency measures in regulation: Theory, Practice and Unmet Challenges 

Short presentation of the keynote



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