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Thursday 19 September
13:00-13:45 Guided walk in downtown Lund (optional)
14:45-16:00 Keynote 1:Sheilagh Ogilvie, "Guilds and Inclusiveness"
16:00-16:30 Coffee/tea break
16:30-18:30 Parallel sessions 1
Friday 20 September
09:00-10:35 Parallel sessions 2
10:35-11:00 Coffee/tea break
11:00-13:00 Parallel sessions 3
13:45-15:45 Parallel sessions 4
15:45-16:15 Coffee/tea break
16:15-17:30 Keynote 2: John Wallis, "Inclusion, Identity and Impersonality: Institutions as Agreed Upon Rules"
17:30-19:00 WINIR membership meeting
Saturday 21 September
09:00-10:30 Parallel sessions 5
10:30-11:00 Coffee/tea break
11:00-13:00 Parallel sessions 6
13:45-14:30 Keynote 3: Bo Rothstein, "What Is Institutional Quality and Why Is It So Difficult to Achieve?"
14:30-15:00 Coffee/tea break
15:00-16:30 Concluding panel: Geoffrey Hodgson, Bo Rothstein, John Wallis
17:00-17:45 Guided walk in downtown Lund (optional)
19:00-23:00 Conference dinner
Sunday 22 September
09:45-13:00 Excursion: Lund before Lund (optional)
Thursday 19 September
14:45–16:00 Keynote lecture 1
Sheilagh Ogilvie (University of Cambridge, UK), "Guilds and inclusiveness"
Room: Lund University Main Building
16:30–18:30 Parallel sessions 1
7 sessions with 22-minute presentations
S1 – Resilience to Economic Shrinking: A New Perspective for Understanding Long-Term Development
Chair: Martin Andrersson
Room: Eden Building, Ed 236
Martin Andrersson (Lund University, Sweden), “Resilience to economic shrinking – a global and comparative perspective”
John Wallis (University of Maryland, USA), “The role of economic shrinking for long-term development"
Martin Andrersson (Lund University, Sweden), Tobias Axelsson (Lund University, Sweden) & Andrés Palacio (Lund University, Sweden), "Institutional arrangements for limiting economic shrinking: the case of the balanced budget rule in Indonesia ”
Antonio Savoia (University of Manchester, UK), Kunal Sen (University of Manchester, UK) & Tania Masi (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy), “Is there a fiscal resource curse? Resource rents, fiscal capacity and political institutions”
S.2 – Unions & Industrial Democracy
Chair: David Gindis
Room: Eden Building, Ed 235
Lars Magnusson (Uppsala University, Sweden) & Jan Ottosson (Uppsala University, Sweden), “The role of trade unions in the 4th Industrial Revolution”
Lars Lindblom (Linköping University, Sweden), “Knowledge, justice and unions”
Abraham Singer (Loyola University Chicago, USA) & David Gindis (University of Hertfordshire, UK), “Corporations are capital unions and unions are labor corporations"
Karin Jonnergård (Linnæus University & Lund University, Sweden), Ulf Larsson-Olaison (Linnæus University, Sweden) & Anna Stafsudd (Linnæus University, Sweden), “Worker representation on corporate boards from a longitudinal perspective: between corporate governance and industrial relations"
P1.1 – Institutions in Economic Systems
Chair: Sascha Klocke
Room: Eden Building, Ed 222A
Marta Simoes (University of Coimbra, Portugal) & Pedro Bação (University of Coimbra, Portugal), "Is the welfare state relevant for economic growth? Evidence for Portugal"
Sascha Klocke (Lund University, Sweden), "Colonial legacies, inequality and institutional change: the case of Tanzania, 1950-2011"
Jan Fransen (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands), Georgina M. Gómez (Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands) & Suthida Chawla (Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands), “Entrepreneurial ecosystems at the formal-informal continuum”
Jonathan Perraton (Sheffield University, UK), "Corporatism and capital accumulation: the fate of the social corporatist model"
P1.2 – Institutions in Economic History
Chair: Jacob Weisdoft
Room: University Main Building 206
Emmanouil M.L. Economou (University of Thessaly, Greece) & Nicholas C. Kyriazis (University of Thessaly, Greece), “Monetary globalization during the Classical period (478-322 BCE): Some lessons for the future"
Emrah Gulsunar (Lund University, Sweden), “Critical junctures in formal institutional change? Patterns in economic legislation of British parliament, 1748-1913”
Jacob Weisdorf (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark), “Why was the first Industrial Revolution English? Evidence from annual employment"
Juan Jose Jardon (UMSNH, Mexico), “The role of indigenous community organization for the preservation of endogenous federalism in some regions of México during the 19th-20th c.”
P1.3 – Financial Institutions
Chair: Anders Ogren
Room: Eden Building, Ed 230
W. Travis Selmier (Indiana University, USA), “Conflict, contention and cooperation in China’s new model of financial monitoring"
Loic Sauce (ISTEC, France), “Regulation of cryptocurrencies and financial inclusion: sandbox or race to the bottom?”
Arie Krampf (Academic College Tel Aviv Yaffo, Israel), “How central banks’ behavior changes: The dialectic of power and embeddedness”
Plamen Ivanov (Southampton University, UK), "The roots of economic inequality: empirical evidence from a 250-year data set ”
P1.4 – Institutions, Ethics, Rights & Human Well-Being
Chair: Pavneet Singh
Room: Eden Building, Ed 222B
Jacek Lewkowicz (University of Warsaw, Poland) & Anna Lewczuk (University of Warsaw, Poland), "Formal institutions of inclusive development"
Albrecht Soellner (Europa-Universitaet Viadrina, Germany) & Lukas Waife (Europa-Universitaet Viadrina, Germany), “Inclusion policies and unintended side-effects”
Sabine Spangenberg (Richmond University, UK) & Edward S Cohen (Westmintser College, USA), “Generating global norms for development”
Pavneet Singh (Indian Institute of Management, India) & Errol D'Souza (Indian Institute of Management, India), “Institutional Convergence across Indian States”
P1.5 – Institutions, Globalization & Development
Chair: Shann Turnbull
Room: Eden Building, Ed 137
Shann Turnbull (International Institute for Self-Governance, Australia), "Is globalization compatible with inclusive societies?"
Geert Reuten (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), "The tendency to international migration of production: diverging implications for the legitimation of mature and developing capitalist nations”
Bas van Bavel (Utrecht University, Netherlands), “Why are the returns on large wealth higher? Explaining the thick tail of wealth inequality in Western market economies”
Katja Bender (Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Barbara Rohregger (Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Bethuel Kinuthia (University of Nairobi, Kenya), Grace Ikua (University of Nairobi, Kenya) & Nicky Pouw (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), “Economic shocks and tolerance for wrong-doing: exploring the impact of the great recession in Europe”
Friday 20 September
Venue: Elite Hotel Ideon (Scheelevägen 27, Lund)
09:00–10:30 Parallel sessions 2
7 sessions with 15-minute presentations
P2.1 – Globalization & Inclusiveness
Chair: Montserrat Lopez Jerrez
Albino Barrera (Providence College, USA), “Globalization and inclusiveness at the grassroots: faith-based institutions and their organizational innovations”
Raven Brown (The New School, USA), “Inequality and competing narratives in the post-apartheid state: an examination of housing as a component of the welfare state”
Xinwen Zhang (SOAS, UK), “Globalization, growth and inequality”
May Salao (University of Asia and the Pacific, Philippines), "Globally inclusive societies? Governing political scale"
Reka Mathe (National University of Public Service, Hungar), "Narratives about the American state in the globalized economy"
P2.2 – Institutional Measurement & Related Empirical Methods
Chair: Ewout Frankema
Jaroslaw Beldowski (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), Wiktor Wojciechowski (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland) & Lukasz Dabros (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), “The determinants of the output of Polish civil courts in the years 2013-2017”
Nikolaos Goumagias (Northumbria University, UK), Kiran Fernandes (Durham University, UK), Matthew Rabagliati (UNESCO UK National Commission, UK) & Kieran Purvis (Durham University, UK), “Estimating the wider value generated by UNESCO’s designations in the United Kingdom"
Aditi Singhal (University of Delhi, India), “Confidence in state and rural local government in India”
Gabriel Villalobos Camargo (Universidad de Bogota Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Colombia), “Agent-based modeling of democratic process in the context of economic turmoil: the case of Colombian post-peace accord”
Cerqueira Kleber (University of Brasilia, Brazi) & Jackson De Toni (University of Brasilia, Brazil), "From hope to disaster: neodevelopmentalism and institutional crisis in Brazilian recent experience"
P2.3 – Institutions in Economic History & Their Effect on Economic Performance
Chair: Morten Jerven
Veronica Montani (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy), “The Italian reform of non-profit organizations: a law approach in comparative trends"”
Maanik Nath (LSE, UK), “Neither efficient nor equitable: the failures of lending regulation in rural Madras 1930-60"”
Oriol Sabate (Lund University, Sweden) & Sergio Espuelas (niversity of Barcelona, Spain), “Dictators and the welfare state in Latin America, 1940-1980”
Sebastian Zapata (Universidad Jorge Tazeo Lozano, Colombia), Isaac Dyner (Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Colombia) & Monica Castaneda (Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Colombia), “Modelling institutional factors for growth: peace agreements in Colombia”
Thilo Albers (Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany) & Morten Jerven (Lund University, Sweden), "Responding to refugees: the Emergency Relocation Scheme in Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Spain (2015-2017)"
P2.4 – Organizational & Institutional Change in Practice
Chair: Tobias Axelsson
Bonno Pel (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) & Flor Avelino (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands), “The institutionalization of transformative social innovation: a comparative case study on institutional bricolage and mainstreaming ”
Shuai Qin (Free University of Brussels, Belgium), “Institutional changes of gentry oolitics in China: a case study from a village in Zhejiang"
Ringa Raudla (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia), “The effects of crises and the European Union on the budgetary institutions of member states”
Anna Tzanaki (European University Institute, Ital), "Institutional investors in Europe: from social market democracy to democratisation of investment?"
Delia Montero (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico), "Institutional environment, behavior and water supply in Mexico City"
P2.5 – Organizational & Institutional Change, Including the Evolution & Diffusion of Rules
Chair: Emrah Gulsunar
Room: Micro (ground floor)
Saleh Obadi (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia), “The genuine role of organisation of petroleum exporting countries in the global oil market”
M. Karina Maldonado-Mariscal (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), “From an innovation to an institution: institutional change in education in Switzerland”
Monika Augustyniak (Krakow University, Poland) & Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski (Krakow University, Poland), “Metropolises - the contemporary challenge to local governments”
Catherine Al Hachem (IAE Lyon School of Management, France) & Marc Valax (IAE Lyon School of Management, France), “Institutional change: alignment and organisational development in a French hospital ”
Tiia-Lotta Pekkanen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland), Katariina Koistinen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland), Satu Pätäri (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland), Anni Tuppura (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland) & Laura Albareda (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland), "The institutional origins of beliefs about the sustainability of the forest sector "
P2.6 – Exploring Financial Institutions
Chair: Prince Aboagye
Fatima Antelo (Pompeu Fabra University, Spain), “Effects of market concentration on US title insurance premiums”
Armin Haas (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Germany), Steffen Murau (City University of London, UK) & Joe Rini (Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Germany), “The future of offshore dollar creation: four scenarios for the international monetary system by 2040”
Andrei Vernikov (Russian Academy of Science, Russia), “Does deposit guarantee always contribute to inclusion and welfare? The case of Russia"
Ilja Viktorov (Sodertorn University, Sweden) & Alexander Abramov (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russia), “Liquidity management in state-led financial capitalism: corporate bond market and emergence of collateralized finance in Russia”
Panagiotis Christias (University of Cyprus, Cyprus), "Fighing new poverty in European societies: quantitative easing and citizen's revenue"
P2.7 – Theoretical & Practical Approaches to Institutional Change
Chair: Geoff Hodgson
Ester Dal-Poz (University of Campinas, Brazil), Carolina da Silveira Bueno (University of Campinas, Brazil), Marcos Rehder Batista (University of Campinas, Brazil), Camila Neubart Favero (University of Campinas, Brazil), Erika Cristina Francisco (University of Campinas, Brazil) & Alessandro Piolli (University of Campinas, Brazil), "The institutions for institutional transitions"
David Coldwell (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), “Psychic distance and time: the concept and paradox re-examined”
Sung Sup Rhee (Soongsil University, South Korea), “From market clearing to sympathy-consent process: the micro foundation of macroeconomics"
Daniela Ionescu (University of Birmingham, UK), “In the name of 'the public good', or how the institutionalization of anti-corruption policies are promoting institutionalized repression at the expense of democracy: the case of the European Union anti-corruption policies in Bulgaria and Romania”
Heath Spong (Western Sydney University, Australia), "The errors of forced integration - an institutional approach"
11:00–13:00 Parallel sessions 3
7 sessions with 22-minute presentations
S3 – Colonial Institutions, Inequality & Long-Term Economic Development: African & Asia in Comparative Perspective
Chair: Montserrat Lopez Jerez
Ewout Frankema (Wageningen University, Netherlands), “Exploring long-term colonial legacies through the lens of independence: what can we learn from Ethiopia and Thailand?”
Pim de Zwart (Wageningen University, Netherlands) & Auke Rijpma (Utrecht University, Netherlands), “Colonial exploitation and development in Java: the cultivation system and beyond, 1830-1930”
Montserrat Lopez Jerez (St Andrews University, Scotland), "The roots of the East Asian miracle: the role of colonialism and extraction”
Dacil Juif (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain), "Institutions and mine labour supply: a long-term comparison of the Copperbelt and the South African Rand"
S4 – Multiple Currency Systems: Blessing & Curse
Chair: Georgina Gomez
Georgina M. Gomez (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands), “Division of labour between the currency circuits in Argentina (1995-2005)"
Thomas Marmefelt (University of Södertörn, Sweden), “The history of money and monetary arrangements: insights from the Baltic and North Sea regions”
Ester Barinaga (Lund University, Sweden), María José Zapata Campos (Gothenburg University, Sweden) & Will Ruddick (Grassroots Economics, Kenya), “Community currencies for informal settlements: malleable grassroots infrastructures for the interstices”
Anders Ögren (Lund University, Sweden), "Alternative currencies and social inclusion: from bank guilders to bitcoins"
P3.1 – Clarifying, Developing & Deploying Key Institutional Concepts
Chair: Bas van Bavel
Ann Davis (Marist College, USA), “Waves of populism: a recent manifestation of Polanyi's double movement?”
David Beech (Salford University, UK), “Differentiating situated human agency, social configurations and material conditions from cultural understandings and institutions as rules”
Armelle Maze (INRA & University Paris Saclay, France), “Collective learning, models of cognition and theories of institutional change: expanding New Institutional Economics"
Anton Filipenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine), "Multidisciplinary interpretation of institutionalism in International Political Economy"
P3.2 – Organizational & Institutional Change
Chair: Andres Palacio
Jose Peres-Cajias (University of Barcelona, Spain) & Oriol Sabaté (Lund University, Sweden), “Fiscal capacity in times of war: Bolivia, Chile and Peru during the War of the Pacific (1879-1883)”
Giuliano Conde (Centro Federal de Educacao Tecnologica Celso Suckow da Fonseca, Brazil) & Maria de Fátima Bruno-Faria (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazi), "Collaborative innovation in the Brazilian public sector: a study about InovaGov Network under the Open Innovation Perspective"
Claudia Williamson (Mississippi State University, USA), Lili Yao (Mississippi State University, USA) & Brandon Bolen (Mississippi College, USA), "Measuring the effects of immigration on institutions using IRCA as a natural experiment"
Allen Abbott (University of Chicago, USA) & Max Wu (University of Chicago, USA), "Something is rotten in the welfare state: the role of immigration and state marketization in downsizing Nordic welfare programs"
P3.3 – Exploring & Developing Key Institutional Concepts
Chair: Martin Andersson
Geoffrey Hodgson (Loughborough University London, UK), "Defining and understanding institutions: where are we now?"
Robbert Maseland (University of Groningen, Netherlands), "Destroying markets: how to save rhinos by growing lemons"
Salvatore Spagano (University of Catania, Italy) & Maurizio Caserta (University of Catania, Italy), "Institutionalist clues in the thought of Niklas Luhmann"
P3.4 – Comparative Institutional Analysis
Chair: Emelie Till
Tilman Hartley (University of Bristol, UK), Jeroen van den Bergh (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain) & Giorgos Kallis (University: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain), "Interest-bearing debt and impoverishment in slow-growing economies: historical lessons"
Tariq Malik (Liaoning University, China), "Comparative institutional analysis of Chinese vis-à-vis participating economies in the OBOR Project: a study of cross-cultural negotiation"
Ammar Maleki (Tilburg University, Netherlands), "The effect of societal culture on (ad)opting different democratic institutions: a cross-national study"
Pietro Guarnieri (Universities of Tuscany, Italy) & Tiziano Distefano (University: University of Pisa, Italy), "Ecological action: a network approach"
P3.5 – Role of Institutions in Promoting Technological Development & Innovation
Chair: Maria Fibaek
Room: Micro (ground floor)
Antonio Tavares (University of Minho, Portugal), João Martins (United Nations University, Portugal) & Mariana Lameiras (United Nations University, Portugal), "Electronic participation in comparative perspective: institutional determinants of performance"
Concepcion Galdon (IE University, USA) & Juan Manuel Ramirez Cendrero (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain), "Technology as a resource in social entrepreneurship: applying resource dependence theory"
Adam Kerenyi (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary), "FinTechs in the brave new world"
Danial Ali Akbari (Lund University, Sweden), "Technology adoption and human capital accumulation: an exactly solved framework for unifying the empirics on automation and education"
13:45–15:45 Parallel sessions 4
7 sessions with 22-minute presentations
P4.1 – Nature & Governance of Business Firms
Chair: Massimiliano Vatiero
Ermanno Tortia (University of Trento, Italy) & Lorenzo Sacconi (University of Milan & EconomEtica, Italy), "The emergence of co-operative governance: the role of conformity to impartially agreed on principles of justice"
Massimiliano Vatiero (University of Trento, Italy & USI, Switzerland), Virginia Cecchini Manara (University of Trento, Italy), Magalí Fia (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) & Lorenzo Sacconi (University of Milan & EconomEtica, Italy), "Assessing corporate governance and performance through the capability approach: concepts and methods"
Örjan Sjoberg (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden), Lin Lerpold (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden) & Erik Wikberg (Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden), "Extra-territorial laws as a geopolitical risk to multinational enterprises: the subtle and not-so-subtle use of power and unilaterally imposed legislation"
Tanweer Ali (SUNY, USA), "How Milton Friedman abused language to misunderstand the business corporation"
P4.2 – Comparative Institutional Analysis, in Time or Geographical Space
Chair: Prince Aboagye
Judit Kapas (University of Debrecen, Hungary) & Pal Czegledi (University of Debrecen, Hungary), "The impact of culture on FDI disentangled: separating the 'Level' and the 'distance' effects"
Fabio Landini (University of Parma, Italy) & Alessandro Arrighetti (University of Parma, Italy), "Are 'happy' firms all alike? A comparative analysis of Italian and German manufacturing systems"
Krzysztof Falkowski (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), "Institutional transformation in post-Soviet countries and its consequences for their inclusive development and competitiveness"
Ugo Pagano (University of Siena, Italy), "The work-leisure divide and the search for inclusive institutions"
P4.3 – Institutional Design & Regulatory Regimes
Chair: Mats Olsson
Malgorzata Godlewska (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), "Are the EU legal institutions ready for the internet platforms of sharing economy? What can we learn from American cases?"
Thorvald Gran (University of Bergen, Norway), "The state as actor in the industrialization process: the case of Norway"
Jan Mewes (Lund University, Sweden), "Do means-tested welfare programs undermine social trust? Longitudinal evidence from the European Social Survey, 2002-2016"
Rustam Rakhmetov (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany) & Thomas Herzfeld (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany), "Comparing meat market institutions across transition economies: a new regulatory/business environment index"
P4.4 – Changing Institutional Regulatory Regimes
Chair: Nadia von Jacobi
Samuel Medina-Claros (University of Malaga, Spain), Elena Bárcena-Martín (University of Malaga, Spain) & Salvador Pérez-Moreno (University of Malaga, Spain), "Economic regulation and opportunity-motivated entrepreneurship: an institutional approach"
Carolyn Sissoko (independent researcher), "The dismantling of the economy’s legal infrastructure"
Alexandre Ferreira (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil), "Institutional transformation and the law-finance paradox: a case study on Fintech credit regulation in Brazil"
Jana Demoustier (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany) & Thomas Herzfeld (Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies, Germany), "The relative role of special farm group interests and general public attitudes in intergovernmental negotiations over the distribution of the EU budget and EU agricultural support"
P4.5 – Institutional Design
Chair: Dan Seligson
Marco Giraudo (University of Turin, Italy) & Stefano Dughera (University of Turin, Italy), "Narratives competition in the regulation of the data- driven economy. An evolutionary approach"
Salvatore Spagano (University of Catania, Italy) & Maurizio Caserta (University of Catania, Italy), "Sortition versus factionalism"
Karoly Mike (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary), "Systematic practical knowledge and institutional design"
Maria Lissowska (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), "Institutional policy – chance or challenge for the quality of institutions?"
P4.6 – Deploying Key Institutional Concepts
Chair: Elodie Douarin
Room: Micro (ground floor)
Jutta Buergi (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Ursula Renold (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) & Katherine Caves (ETH Zurich & KOF Swiss Economic Institute, Switzerland), "A theoretical framework of social institutions of technical vocational education and training (TVET)"
Francesca Gagliardi (University of Hertfordshire, UK), "Institutional complementarity: a buzzword or a useful tool for institutional research and policy making?"
Luda Svystunova (Loughborough University London, UK), Gerhard Schnyder (Loughborough University London, UK), Olivier Butzbach (University of Campania, Italy) & Douglas B. Fuller (Zhejiang University, China), "State-owned enterprises as actors: an institutional work framework"
Per Bylund (Oklahoma State University, USA), "Entrepreneurship, uncertainty and institutions: a model for understanding the uncertainty borne by entrepreneurs"
P4.7 – Contracts, Enforcement & Trust
Chair: Sascha Klocke
Albrecht Soellner (Europa-Universitaet Viadrina, Germany), Elena Weikum (Universtity of Stuttgart, Germany) & Lukas Waife (Europa-Universitaet Viadrina, Germany), "Conceptualizing enforcement capability: the Enforcement Embeddedness Index (EEI)"
Nikhilesh Sinha (Hult International Business School, UK), "Makaandars and kirayadars: the nature of transactions between landlords and tenants in informal settlements"
Christopher Hartwell (Kozminski University, Poland) & Mateusz Urban (Duke University, USA), "Can legal institutions protect the rule of law? Evidence from Poland and Estonia"
Ayca Akarcay (Galatasaray University, Turkey) & Sezgin Polat (Galatasaray University, Turkey), "Subnational variation in access to justice in Turkey"
16:15–17:30 Keynote lecture 2
John J. Wallis (Univeristy of Maryland, USA), "Inclusion, identity and impersonality: institutions as agreed upon rules"
Saturday 21 September
Venue: Elite Hotel Ideon (Scheelevägen 27, Lund)
09:00–10:30 Parallel sessions 5
5 sessions with 22-minute presentations
S5 – Institutions & Inequality in the Global South in an Era of Globalization, 1800-1940
Chair: Pim de Zwart
David Chilosi (University of Groningen, Netherlands), "The effects of market integration during the first globalization: a multi-market approach"
Marc Badia-Miró (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain), "Trade complexity in the Andean countries during the first globalization"
Federico Tadei (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain), "Colonizer identity and trade structure in Africa: were the British more favorable to free trade?"
S6 – Transition in Governance Norms: A Historical & Comparative Inquiry into Selected Asian & European Cases
Chair: Örjan Sjöberg
Chenyu Wang (Utrecht University, Netherlands), "The evolution of sovereignty in West Europe and Imperial China"
Cong-rui Qiao (Free University Amsterdam, Netherlands), "Incorporating administrative justice in contemporary mainland China and Taiwan"
Chao Jing (Utrecht University, Netherlands), "The impact of China’s national security law on human rights"
S7 – Innovation & Inequality in Emerging Market Economies: Institutions & Elites in Brazil & India
Chair: Moises Villamil Balestro
Michael Schedelik (Goethe University, Germany) & Christian May (Goethe University, Germany), "Upgrading regimes: towards an integrated framework for the analysis of industrial innovation in emerging economies"
Felipe Pateo (Goethe University, Germany), Antonio Botelho (Candido Mendes University, Brazil), Roque Tumolo (Goethe University, Germany) & Moises Villamil Balestro (Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil), "Paths to knowledge economy transitions in Brazil and India: industrial structure, labor markets and skill regulations"
Wellington Almeida (Universidade de Brasília, Brazil), "Science, technology and innovation systems: approaching the roles and challenges of state research support agencies in Brazil"
S8 – Before the Welfare State: The Organization of Elderly Care in Pre-Modern Europe
Chair: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Kim Overlaet (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands), "Is it safe taking shelter under the family tree? The support networks of the elderly in early modern Mechelen and Leiden (1500-1700)"
Ludwig Pelzl (European University Institute, Italy), "Personal and social determinants of corrody prices in Regensburg, 1649-1809"
Anke Verbeke (Free University Brussels, Belgium), "'How sad a fate to be old, stiff and poor': deservingness in alms house application letters by impoverished Brussels elderly c. 1750-1800"
P5.1 – Property Rights & Their Effects on Economic Performance
Chair: Emelie Till
Dmitry Veselov (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia), "Crony capitalism as an electoral outcome"
Elodie Douarin (UCL, UK), "Economic shocks and tolerance for wrong-doing: exploring the Iimpact of the Great Recession in Europe"
Martin Monsalve Zanatti (Universidad del Pacifico, Peru), "Globalization and technology in Latin America: the development of Peru’s first patent system, 1890-1930"
11:00–13:00 Parallel sessions 6
6 sessions with 22-minute presentations
S9 – Power & Inclusiveness in an Age of Contract
Chair: T.T. Arvind
T.T. Arvind (University of York, UK) & Aisling McMahon (Maynooth University, Ireland), "Contractualisation, commodification and the human body"
Anna Chadwick (University of Glasgow, UK), "Contracts that tontrol: commodity derivatives, agriculture and food insecurity"
Mathias Siems (European University Institute, Italy) & Daithí Mac Síthigh (Queen's University Belfast, UK), "The Chinese social credit system as a form of contractualised governance: a mdel for other countries?"
James Davey (Southampton University, UK), "On the ceometry of mandatory insurance relationships"
S10 – Incentives, Institutions & Behaviour: An Application to Road Safety Policies
Chair: Sophia du Plessis
Sophia du Plessis (Stellenbosch University, South Africa), Ada Jansen (Stellenbosch University, South Africa) & Krige Siebrits (Stellenbosch University, South Africa), "The limits of laws: the road safety situation in South Africa through the lens of New Institutional Economics"
Sophia du Plessis (Stellenbosch University, South Africa), "Improving traffic law enforcement – an experimental approach"
Ada Jansen (Stellenbosch University, South Africa), "Improving traffic law enforcement in South Africa – improving knowledge with a survey"
Krige Siebrits (Stellenbosch University, South Africa), "Enforcement, informal institutions and the effectiveness of formal institutions: evidence from road safety frameworks"
P6.1 – Organisations, Institutions & Rules
Chair: Kerényi Ádám
Marek Hudik (University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic), "Endogenous instability of conventions"
Andreas Jansson (Linnaeus University, Sweden) & Anna Alexandersson (Linnaeus University, Sweden), "Institutional entrepreneurship, digitalisation and competitive dynamism: the transformation of small-business accounting"
Luca Andriani (Birkbeck University of London, UK), Andrea Filippetti (Institute for the Study of Regionalism, Federalism and Self-Government, Italy) & Pier Paolo Angelini (Institute for Economics and Social Research, Ital), "Civic engagement and urban space: is socio-economic homogeneity bad?"
Astrid Hedin (Malmö University, Sweden), "Before the breakdown of the Saltsjöbaden Spirit of Labour Market Cooperation – the Swedish Employers’ Confederation and workplace democracy in the 1960"
P6.2 – Corruption, Trust & Comparative Institutional Analysis
Chair: Anne Mcants
George Melios (Swansea University, UK), "Corruption and political trust in Europe in the era of austerity"
Stefano Solari (University of Padua, Italy) & Marcelo Resico (UCA, Argentina), "Rentier capitalism as structural corruption and its impact on development and inequality: an ordo-liberal approach"
Jan Falkowski (University of Warsaw, Poland) & Przemysław Kurek (University of Warsaw, Poland), "Cultural capital, religiosity and civic engagement"
Eelke de Jong (Radboud University, Netherlands), "Do national financial institutions still reflect national values? The case of the US, Germany and France"
P6.3 – Theoretical Approaches to Institutional Change
Chair: Igor Martins
Nadia von Jacobi (University of Pavia, Italy) & Alex Nicholls (University of Oxford, UK), "Institutional externalities: structural arrangements and their distributive effects"
Paula Pavarina (Sao Paulo State University, Brazil) & Daltro Cella (Sao Paulo Technology College, Brazil), "Economic development and institutions in Latin America"
Martin Andersson (Lund University, Sweden) & Montserrat López Jerez (University of St Andrews, UK), "The economic phoenix of Asia: growth and shrinking in Vietnam"
Heikki Patomaki (University of Helsinki, Finland), "Alternative approaches to structural reform"
P6.4 – Contemporary Institutional Challenges
Chair: Ruzica Simic Banovic
Ruzica Simic Banovic (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Mirela Alpeza (Strossmayer University, Croatia) & Jan Brzozowski (VCracow University of Economics, Poland), "Immigrant entrepreneurship in Croatia: exploring its potential, (rising) barriers and integration patterns"
Faycal Mokhtari (University of Mascara, Algeria), Zoulikha Bessedar (University of Mascara, Algeria) & Mohamed Hadj Ahmed (University of Mascara, Algeria), "Is institutional change possible in the Arab world?"
Luis Bernardo (University of Lisbon, Portugal), "Responding to refugees: the Emergency Relocation Scheme in Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Spain (2015-2017)"
Ari Baghdassar Tatian (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium), "Democratization as a requisite for gender political inclusion in Arab states"
13:45–15:00 Keynote lecture 3
Bo Rothstein (Gothenburg University), "What Is Institutional Quality and Why Is It So Difficult to Achieve?"
15:30–17:00 Concluding Panel
Chair: Christer Gunnarsson