Fall 2006 Schedule
The Institutional Analysis Workshop meets on Thursdays from 4:10 - 6:00 pm in room C325 Cheit Hall. Outside speakers normally meet with interested students from 3:00 - 3:45 pm in the IMIO Conference room located in room F402 (in the Faculty Wing of the Haas School).

Speaker Meeting Schedule: To schedule an appointment to meet with a speaker, contact Anita Stephens.
Title of Paper
September 7
Asim Khwaja

"Tracing the Impact of Bank Liquidity Shocks: Evidence from an Emerging Market"

*September 12
Andrei Shleifer

[*Note: The September 14th session is being offered in collaboration with Psychology & Economics in lieu of the normal IDS seminar. It will meet from 2 - 4 PM in Evans Hall. There will be no speaker meeting for students for this session.]

September 21
Ian Larkin
"The Cost of High Powered Incentive Systems: Gaming Behavior in Enterprise Software Sales"
[Note: The September 21st session is being offered with the Research Policy Conference in honor of David Teece. The presentation will start at 4:10 pm in the Wells Fargo Room.]
September 28
Evan Rawley

"Entry, Adaptation and the Boundary of the Firm: How Organization Influences the Returns to Diversification"

October 5
Steven Klepper
(Carnegie Mellon)
"Intra-industry Spinoffs"
October 12
Enrico Moretti
"Peers at Work"
October 19
Ken Shotts (Stanford)
"Media Effects on Policy Choice"
October 26
George Baker
"Wage Policies and Incentives to Invest in Firm-Specific Human Capital"
November 2
David Hsu
"The Impact of Uncertain Intellectual Property Rights on the Market for Ideas: Evidence from Patent Grant Delays?"
November 9
Francine Lofontaine
"The Microeconomic Implications of Input Market Regulations: Cross-Country Evidence from Within the Firm"
November 16
Marko Tervio
"Network Analysis of Three Academic Labor Markets"
November 23
NO MEETING (Thanksgiving Holiday)
November 30
Juan Carols Hallak
(U-Mich and U-de San Andres)
"Productivity, Quality, and Exporting Behavior under Minimum Quality Requirements"
December 7
Kyle Bagwell (Columbia)
Trust, Reciprocity and Favors in Cooperative Relationships

Copies of papers to be presented or related background reading will be available in Room F402, Haas School (Institute for Business Innovation); and in Room 611 Evans Hall (Department of Economics).

For information, contact Prof. Ernesto Dal Bo (, or Anita Stephens, IMIO (