TSE at the heart of economics

 
 

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16-17 March: Conference on Competition and bargaining in vertical chains

The project is funded by ANR and DFG and brings together French and German researchers who work on vertical relationships. One of the objectives of the project is to understand the strategies of firms vertically linked within an industry, in terms of competition or negotiation, and analyze the impact of their strategies on price, variety, and quality of products offered to consumers. Studies include theoretical, empical and experimental approaches.
Organizers: Claire Chambolle (ALISS, INRA), Stéphane Caprice (TSE, INRA)

 
 

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Waiting for Cop 22

The last op-ed from Claude CRAMPES &Thomas Olivier LEAUTIER. 
"The 21st Conference of the Parties on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 2015, better known as COP 21, was held in Paris between 30 November and 12 December 2015. Forty thousand people participated in this diplomatic and media focused event, which culminated in a document being signed by 195 countries to remind us that the planet is getting warmer. So what?" 

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Newsletter Digital JJ Laffont chair

The Jean-Jacques Laffont Digital Chair, aimed at promoting research on the impact of digital technology, publishes its first newsletter. This number presents a series of articles addressing the impact of technological advances, legislation and economic incentives in the creative industries and healthcare, as well as the role of intermediaries in the digital economy.

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31/03: Annual Postal Economics conference on E-commerce, Digital Economy and Delivery services

IDEI and TSE are co-organising the 9th bi-annual Postal Economics conference on E-commerce, Digital Economy and Delivery services sponsored by the Le Groupe La Poste.  (March 31 to April 1, 2016)
The objective of the conference is to discuss recent research contributions to the conference topics whether theoretical, econometric, or policy oriented. It is intended to foster exchanges between professionals and academic researchers.

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TSE academic visitors

Each year, more than 250 invited researchers pass through TSE's corridors. Check out this week's list. 

Visitor schedule
 

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