Seventh Annual Conference on "CONTESTS: THEORY AND EVIDENCE"
12 -13 August 2021 Berlin, Germany
The Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance is pleased to announce the seventh annual conference on "Contests: Theory and Evidence". The conference will be held on Thursday 12 August and Friday 13 August 2021, at the historical Harnack House of the Max-Planck-Society in Berlin, Ger- many.
We hope that a format will be possible in which at least some of the participants will physically come to Berlin, but we are also preparing technically so that virtual participation will allow intellectual interaction between the participants.
The organizers chair the programme committee.
Other members of the programme committee are:
Dawei Fang, University of Gothenburg
Yiquan Gu, University of Liverpool
Joo Young Jeon, University of Reading
Alex Krumer, Molde University College
Igor Letina, University of Bern
Florian Morath, University of Innsbruck
Anwesha Mukherjee, TUM School of Management
Tuvana Pastine, Maynooth University
Christian Riis, Norwegian Business School
Marco Sahm, University of Bamberg
Christian Seel, Maastricht University
Marco Serena, MPI for Tax Law & Public Finance
Dana Sisak, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Galina Zudenkova, TU Dortmund University
You might have been a participant in, or aware of, the annual conferences on “Contests: Theory and Evidence”, that took place at the University of East Anglia (Please see the conference webpage for further details: https://sites.uea.ac.uk/cbess/events/contests-theory-and-evidence-conference). The conference described here is the continuation of this conference series.
We invite theoretical, experimental, and empirical work on any aspect of conflict/contests. This includes work from disciplines other than economics, including psychology, management, sports, biology, computer science etc. Please submit your paper, or an extended abstract (two pages) along with a short abstract of no more than 50 words to https://events.tax.mpg.de/event/5/ by 03 May 2021.
The Keynote Speaker for the event is Professor (em.) Vicky Bier, University of Wisconsin.
Call for papers opens: 20 February 2021
Submission deadline: 3 May 2021
Acceptance decision: 17 May 2021
Registration deadline: 01 June 2021
Conference: 12-13 August 2021
In the case of any other questions, please contact the organizers Subhasish M. Chowdhury (email@example.com), Kai A. Konrad (Kai.Konrad@tax.mpg.de) or Dan Kovenock (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We apologize for any cross posting. Please forward this call for papers to colleagues who may be interested.
Subhasish Chowdhury, Kai A. Konrad and Dan Kovenock
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