On the Crossroads of Law and Economics: Organized Crime
- Olivier Marie, Christoph Engel and Jurjen Kamphorst
- Start date
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2019, 15:00
- End date
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2019, 17:45
- Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Campus Woudestein, Polak Building, Room 2-07
- Spoken Language
It is our pleasure to invite you to our bi-annual Workshop at the Crossroads of Law and Economics, co-organized by Erasmus School of Law and Erasmus School of Economics, and financed by ECEFG.
Presenters come from different fields (law, economics, psychology and others) and discuss their work relevant to legal questions. Each presentation is then followed up by a stimulating discussion.
|15:00-15:20||Walk-in, welcome with coffee/tea|
|15:20-16:05||Olivier Marie (Erasmus School of Economics) - Job Loss and Crime: What’s income got to do with it? (with Ilka van de Werve, VU & TI)|
|16:10-16:55||Christoph Engel (Erasmus School of Law) - Human Decision Making with Machine Advice: An Experiment on Bailing and Jailing (with Nina Grgic´-Hlacˇa and Krishna Gummadi).|
|17:00-17:45||Jurjen Kamphorst (Erasmus School of Economics) - Loyalty Incentives in Criminal Organizations (with Christophe Bravard, Jacques Durieu, Sebastien Roché, and Stéphan Sémirat, Université Grenoble-Alpes)|
Jurjen Kamphorst, Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko and Christoph Engel. Participation in the workshop is free of charge, however, in order to have an estimation of the number of participants, please register before 4 December 2019.