Evènements

14 décembre 2018

7th HEC Paris Workshop on Entrepreneurship

  • The 7th HEC Paris Workshop on Entrepreneurship will take place in December 14 & 15, 2018 in MBA Building, Rooms S218.
  • Date : 14/12/2018 - 15/12/2018
  • Lieu : Building S
  • Intervenants : see the program below
  • Nous contacter : lestradeSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
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The workshop has been very appreciated in the past, typically with equal attendance from North America and Europe. This year, the sessions will cover all the selected papers as listed in the program as below. The organizers are: Jean-Noel Barrot &  Johan Hombert.


 

Friday: December 14, 2018



12.00

Lunch at Best Western Restaurant


 

13.25

Welcome by Jean-Noël Barrot & Johan Hombert, HEC Paris



Financing frictions



13.30

Miguel Ferreira*, Nova


Entrepreneurship and Economic Conditions: Evidence from Regional Windfall Gains


Discussant: Martin SchmalzUniversity of Michigan



14.20

Robert Seamans*, NYU


Debtor Protection and Business Dynamism


Discussant: Thorsten Martin, Bocconi



15.10

Danielle Li*, MIT


Developing Novel Drugs


Discussant: Adrien MatrayPrinceton



16.00

Coffee break 



Technological change



16.20

Erik Loualiche*, Minnesota


Efficient Bubbles?


Discussant: Bruno BiaisHEC Paris



17.10

Jan Bena*, UBC


Shielding firm value: Employment protection and process innovation


Discussant: Julien SauvagnatBocconi



18.30

Bus leaves from Best Western hotel



19.00

Dinner at Restaurant la Table des Blot



22.00

Bus returns from Restaurant la Table des Blot  to Best Western Hotel



 

Saturday: December 15, 2018



8.30

Morning Coffee



Education and training



9.00

Fabiano Schivardi*, Luiss University


Are They All Like Bill, Mark, and Steve? The Education Premium for Entrepreneurs


Discussant: Isaac HacamoIndiana



9.50

Bilal Zia*, World Bank


Shocking Business Aspirations: Experimental Evidence from Small-scale Entrepreneurs in a Developing Economy


Discussant: Tom AstebroHEC Paris



10.40

Coffee break 



Taxation



11.00

John Grigsby*, Chicago


Taxation and Innovation in the 20th Century


Discussant: Sylvain Catherine, Wharton



11.50

Marco Da Rin*, Tilburg


Corporate Income Taxation, Leverage at Entry, and the Growth of Entrepreneurial Companies


Discussant: Laurent BachESSEC



12.40

Lunch (lunch boxes)



Private equity and venture capital



13.50

Constantine Yannelis*, Booth


When Investor Incentives and Consumer Interests Diverge: Private Equity in Higher Education


Discussant: Daniel Metzger, Stockholm School of Economics



14.40

Karthik Krishnan*, Northeastern


The Impact of Student Debt on High Value Entrepreneurship and Venture Success: Evidence from No-Loans Financial Aid Policies


Discussant: Ulrich HegeToulouse



15.30

End of the workshop



Presentation and discussion guidelines

  • Each 50-minute session is divided into a 30-minute presentation by one of the authors, a 10-minute analysis by the discussant and 5-10 minutes for Q&A
  • Please bring your presentation on a USB-stick in PowerPoint or PDF format
  • Please provide critical but constructive feedback during the sessions

Extra-curricular activities

  • For more information about la Table de Blotclick here

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