- Wednesday 10 Nov 2021, 15:20 - 18:30
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Participation in the workshop is free of charge, however, registration is required so we can send you ZOOM invitation.
Please register for the workshop by filling out the form below.
It is our pleasure to invite you to our Workshop on the Political Economy of Corruption: Causes, consequences, and solutions. The workshop is co-organised by Erasmus School of Economics, with the support of the Erasmus Center for Economic and Financial Governance (ECEFG).
Presenters will discuss new research on different topic related with corruption. The presenters have contributed to different fields such as economics, political science and criminology. Each presentation will be accompanied by a discussion. Each presentation will be accompanied by discussions and questions from the audience.
10 November 2021 (online – Central European Time)
|15:20-15:30:||Testing of sound and presentations|
|15:30-16:10:||Rubén Poblete-Cazenave (Erasmus School of Economics)|
Reputation shocks and strategic responses in electoral campaigns
|16:15-16:55:||Juan Vargas (Universidad de Rosario)|
Corruption in the times of pandemia
(with Jorge Gallego and Mounu Prem)
|17:00-17:40:||Gianmarco Danielle (University of Milan)|
Corruption under austerity
(with Tommaso Giommoni)
|17:45-18:25||Naci Mocan (Louisiana State University)|
Freedom of speech.
(with Duha T. Altindag and Jie Zhang)
About the speakers
Professor of Economics at the Universidad del Rosario, Colombia. Executive Board member of Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP).
Ph.D. in economics from University of London.
Juan’s research focus on political economy, public economics, economics of crime, and armed conflict.
Assistant Professor at University of Milan and Executive Director of the CLEAN Unit on the economics of crime at Bocconi University. Research Affiliate at CEPR and an Associate Researcher at the Institut d’Economia Barcelona.
Ph.D. Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Gianmarco’s research focus on political, public and development economics covering topics of organize crime, political accountability, among others.
Ourse Distinguished Chair of Economics at Louisiana State University. Research associate at the National Bureau of Economics Research. Research fellow Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).
PhD in Economics, City University of New York, New York.
Naci’s research interests focus on labor economics, health economics, law and economics, and economics of culture.
About the ECEFG
The Erasmus Center for Economic and Financial Governance (ECEFG) is an international multidisciplinary network of leading researchers and societal stakeholders initiated by researchers from Erasmus School of Economics and Erasmus School of Law. ECEFG conducts interdisciplinary research (law, economics and political science) and contributes to current debates in public and in academia on issues relating to European and global economic and financial governance.
Participation in the workshop is free of charge, however, registration is required so we can send you a ZOOM invitation. Please register for the workshop by filling out the form below: