Partially Online (some attendance required)
This workshop aims to bring together public economists with an interest in public procurement markets and/or political economics.
The main focus of the workshop is on the application of modern identification methods on administrative data. Thematically, special focus is on public procurement markets, however, papers from other fields of public and political economics are welcome to apply. From an empirical point of view, we appreciate papers that focus on the application of modern identification methods on administrative and experimental data.
The workshop will benefit from keynotes from Francesco Decarolis (Bocconi University), Matz Dahlberg (Uppsala University), Bruno Heyndels (VU Brussel), Christophe Crombez (KU Leuven, Stanford).