Seminarios

Seminarios 2006

 

Seminarios 2005

Estos seminarios están conjuntamente patrocinados por ambas instituciones, y su organización recae en la Dra. Ana María Martirena Mantel. Se tratan temas más específicamente académicos de economía, basados en textos que se imprimen y reparten entre los participantes, que incluyen académicos de otras instituciones del país y del extranjero. A continuación pasamos a detallar los realizados durante el año 2005.

Dra. Michela Redoano, (University of Warwick)
“El índice de la globalización del CSGR”

Dr. Ernesto Schargrodsky (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella)
“School Decentralitation . Helping the Good Get Better, But Leaving the Poor Behing”

Dr. Matt Hellman, (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
“A Theory of Optimal Contract Duration with Application to Outsoucing”

Dr. Ben Lockwood, (University of Warwick)
“Do Countries Compete over Corporate Tax Rates”

Dr. Guido Sandleris, (Columbia University)
“SovereignDefaults: Information, Investment and Credit”

Dr. Ariel Coremberg, (INDEC)
“TFP Growth in Argentina Durind the 1990’s a Sylized Fact”

Dr. Jorge Streb, (Universidad del CEMA)
“Discrecional Political Budget Cycles and Separation of Powers”

Dr. Alfredo Canavese, (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella – CONICET)
“The Effect of Corruption Organization and Punishment on the Allocation of Resources”

Dr. Rodolfo Manuelli, (University Wisconsin-Madison)
“Human Capital and the Wealth of Nations”

Dra. Sofía Rojo, (Ministerio de Trabajo)
“Dinámica del empleo y rotación de empresas”

Dra. Silvia Torres Carbonell , (Centro de Entrepreneursship IAE)
“Resultados del Proyecto de Investigación GEM, 2004 en Argentina”

Dr. Federico Mandelman, (Boston Collage)
“A “Broad” Financial Accelarador: Monopolistic Banking Plus Balance Sheets”

Dra. Irene Brambilia, (Yale University)
“Farm Productivity and Market Structure. Evidence from Cotton Reforms in Zambia”

Dra. Lucía Quesada, (University of Wisconsin)
“Credibility of Auditors and Incentives to Collude”

Dr. Marcelo Caffera, (Universidad de Montevideo, Uruguay)
“Efectividad en el control de los Efluentes Industriales en Montevideo”

Dr. Pablo Sanguinetti, (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella)
“Exeting Local Tax Effort or Lobbyng for Central Transfers”

Dr. Saúl Lach, (Hebrew University)
“Inmigrations and Prices”

Dr. Fernando Alvarez, (University of Chicago)
“Fixed Term Employment Contracys in an Equilibrium Search Model”

Dr. Juan Cruces, (Universidad de San Andrés)
“Insider Trading and Corporate Governance in Latin América”

Dr. Emilio Espino, (Universidad de San Andrés)
“Equilibrium Portfolios in the Neoclassical Model”

Dr. Ariel Burstein, (UCLA)
“Aggregate Consequences of Foreign Firms in Developing Countries”

Dr. Pablo Sanguinetti, (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella)
“The Impacto of South-South Preferential Trade Agreement of Industrial Development : An Empirical Test”

Dr. David Lee, (Berkeley University)
“Crime Economic”

Dr. Federico Mandelman , (Boston College, London)
A “Broad Financial Accelerator: Monopolistic Bankin Plus Balance Sheets”

Dra. Lucía Quesada, (University of Wiscosin)
“The Ownership of Ratings”

Dr. Ernesto Schargrodsky (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella)
“Buying Less, But Shopping More:
Changes in Consumtion Patterns During a Crisis”

Dra. Catherine C. de Fontenay (University of Melbourne, Australia)
“Bilateral Bargaining with Externalities”

Dres. Rafael Di Tella (Harvard Business School) y Federico Weinschelbaum (UDESA)
“A Note on Wealth as a Corruption-Controlling Device

Dr. John Riew (Pen State University)
“The U:S: Information Technology Revolution and its Impact on U:S: Economy and Beyond”

Dr. Andrew Powell (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella)
“Schould the World Have Only One Money?”

Lic. Laura D’Amato (Banco Central de la Rca. Argentina)
“The Short-run Dynamics of Inflation”