Upcoming Conference

Empirical Industrial Organization Conference

  • Rice University Global Paris Center and Sciences Po, Department of Economics

  • May 12-13, 2023

Keynote Speaker
  • Ali Hortaçsu (University of Chicago)

  • The conference venue is situated in a historic mansion next to the Museum of Hunting and Nature, in the Marais:

    Club de la Chasse et de la Nature
    L’hôtel de Guénégaud
    60 rue des Archives
    75003 Paris (France)

  • The closest metro stations are: Rambuteau (line 11), Arts et Métiers (lines 3 and 11), Filles du Calvaire (line 8), and Hôtel de Ville (lines 1 and 11). Metro / bus tickets (“t+ tickets") can be purchased at vending machines in all metro and train stations or via the app Bonjour RATP.

  • Hotel rooms in the Marais neighborhood are typically small, even by Parisian standards. Attendees are advised to book their accommodation early. Many hotels can be found in the vicinity, although the areas immediately surrounding and north of Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est are best avoided.

  • There is no conference participation fee but we are bound to a capacity of maximum 70 attendees. If you wish to attend the conference, please register via the link provided in the e-mail (https://forms.gle/3pKVdq9k2u8yRhiB8). Presenters and discussants do not have to register, and can let us know by e-mail if they have any dietary restrictions. Registration closes on May 2nd.

Friday, May 12
Time (GMT+2) Event Details
9:00am Welcome Remarks

“Acquisition Return Estimates: Matching with Transfers"

Martin Pesendorfer (London School of Economics and Political Science), Discussant: Alfred Galichon (New York University)
10:15am Coffee Break

“Liquid Markets: An Empirical Analysis of a Water Exchange"

Yunmi Kong (Rice University), Discussant: Laurent Lamy (École des Ponts)

“The Economics of Rollover Lotteries"

Giovanni Compiani (University of Chicago), Discussant: Maura Coughlin (Rice University)
12:45pm Lunch

“Estimating the Gains (and Losses) of Revenue Management"

Ao Wang (University of Warwick), Discussant: Lars Nesheim (University College London)

“The Welfare Consequences of Urban Traffic Regulations"

Isis Durrmeyer (Toulouse School of Economics), Discussant: Chenyu Yang (University of Maryland)
4:30pm Coffee Break

"Pricing and Organizational Structure: Evidence from a Large U.S. Airline"

Ali Hortaçsu (University of Chicago), Discussant: Philippe Février (CREST)
6:00pm Cocktail in the Garden
8:00pm Dinner (by invitation only)
Saturday, May 13
Time (GMT+2) Event Details

“Pre-qualification, Firm Dynamics, and Industry Evolution in a Procurement Auction Market"

Pasquale Schiraldi (London School of Economics and Political Science), Discussant: Philipp-Schmidt-Dengler (University of Vienna)
10:00am Coffee Break

“Endogeneity in Games with Incomplete Information: U.S. Cellphone Service Deployment"

Xun Tang (Rice University), Discussant: Junnan He (Sciences Po)
11:30am End of the conference

Opportunity to visit the collections of the Museum of Hunting and Nature


Isabelle Perrigne (Rice University) Jeremy Fox (Rice University) Marleen Marra (Sciences Po)