Economics of Social Sector Organisations (ESSO), Entrepreneurship Economics (ENT), Incentives, Management and Organisation (IMO)

The London School of Economics (STICERD and Marshall Institute), The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (Rustandy Center) and
the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)

 
 

Economics of Social Sector Organisations (ESSO)
Entrepreneurship Economics (ENT)
Incentives, Management and Organisation (IMO)


London, 19-20 September 2019

 

    In this year’s conference, ESSO, ENT, and IMO have joined forces to explore issues of common interest and facilitate exchanges between researchers with overlapping interests. The program includes sessions for each conference track as well as joint sessions. The conference will be both challenging and enlightening, accompanied with accomplished speakers and discussants it promises to be an exciting and fulfilling two days.

    REGISTRATON:                Please register for the conference via this link

    PROGRAMME:                Conference Programme

    ACCOMMODATION:      We can reserve hotel accommodation at Club Quarters Lincolns Inn Fields Hotel at a special rate of £153.00 per night (exc. VAT) if you confirm by Wednesday 14 August. We cannot guarantee availability at the hotel after that date. Hotel rooms can be paid for on departure.

    CONTACT:                        For any questions about the conference please contact Lubala Chibwe at LSE <[email protected]>

     

    The scientific committee for ESSO: Nava Ashraf (LSE and CEPR ), Marianne Bertrand (Booth and CEPR), Robert Gertner (Booth), Maitreesh Ghatak (LSE and CEPR), and Emir Kamenica (Booth).

    The scientific committee for IMO: Oriana Bandiera (LSE and CEPR), Morten Bennedsen (INSEAD and CEPR), Guido Friebel (Goethe University, Frankfurt and CEPR), Maria Guadalupe (INSEAD and CEPR), Marco Ottaviani (Bocconi and CEPR), Andrea Prat (Columbia University and CEPR), and Catherine Thomas (LSE and CEPR).

    The scientific committee for ENT: Luigi Guiso (EIEF and CEPR), Thomas Hellmann (UBC Sauder) William Kerr (HBS), Lars Persson (IFN and CEPR), Mirjam van Praag (CBS and CEPR), Fabiano Schivardi (Bocconi and CEPR), and Yossi Spiegel (TAU and CEPR).