2012 Beijing Workshop: Titles

WORKSHOP ON INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS
MAY 20–26, 2012
BEIJING, CHINA

TITLES

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Responding to Incentives: Does the Lack of Criminal Responsibility among Filipino Juveniles Increase Recidivism Rates?

Rosa Mia L. ARAO
University of the Philippines



Foreign Players in Local Markets: Getting Development Right by FDI Enterprises - An Institutional Analysis of Hong Kong Real Estate Developers in China's Urban Land Market

Steven Xingguang CHEN
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited/Hong Kong Polytechnic University



Games Political Dynasties Play: Province Creation in the Philippines

Prince Christian R. CRUZ
University of the Philippines



Institutions Promoting Fiscal Discipline:
Evidence from Swedish Municipalities

Jens DIETRICHSON and Lina Maria Ellegård
Lund University



Kinship Networks and Firm Performance:
Evidence from Chinese Manufacturing Firms

Hanwei HUANG
Tsinghua University



The Structure of Financial Supervision: Consolidation or Fragmentation
for Financial Regulators? A Game Theoretical Perspective

Hadar JABOTINSKY
European Doctorate in Law and Economics



Loss Aversion in the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods:
Why Cannot We Achieve the Best Level?
Experimental Evidence from China

Lin JING and Roland Cheo
Shandong University



Does Proxy Access Increase Shareholder Wealth?
Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Torsten JOCHEM
University of Pittsburgh



Why Do Brazilian Voters Punish Corrupt Politicians?

Ivan Chaves JUCÁ
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
Data from Lucio Rennó Proprieties Limited, Universidade de Brasília



Surplus Labor Test in China Using Micro Data under Sen's Formulation and Extension Version: Some Implications for Dual Economy System

Jing LI
Peking University



A Study to the Sequential Withdrawing Process of Government
from Economic Sectors in China

Pucheng LIU
Peking University



Can Information Disclosure Really Ease the Lemon Problem?
Measuring Lemons in Housing Market Under Change in Inflation Institution

Soei Yuen Tung MA
Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited/Hong Kong Polytechnic University



Social Congestion: Evidence from the USA

Alexei MAKAR'IN
National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow



The Role of Formal Contracts in Long-term 'Hybrid' Relationships
Evidence from Service Contracting by Municipalities

Károly MIKE
Corvinus University of Budapest



Will Incomplete Property Rights Distort Land Development?
Evidence from Urban Villages in China

Zhigang NIE
University of Hong Kong



Planting Houses in Shenzhen: Market Prospers without Legal Titles

Shitong QIAO
Yale University and Peking University



Repressive Capacity vs. the Rule of Law: Theory and Evidence from Russia

Michael ROCHLITZ
Institute for Advanced Studies - IMT Lucca



Opinions Matter: Evidence from the Czechoslovak Transition

Dalibor ROHAC
King's College and Legatum Institute



The RHH Framework and the Great Divergence Between New Zealand
and Uruguay After 1930

Andre SCHLUETER
University of Vienna



Urban Land Development with Incomplete Property Rights:
Theory and Evidence from China

Jianfu SHEN
University of Hong Kong



Razing San Francisco: The 1906 Disaster and the Legacy of Urban Land Use

Jim SIODLA
University of California, Irvine



What Explains China's Housing Boom?

Xin WANG and Yi Wen
Tsinghua University



Cronyism and Hierarchical Efficiency

Zhihao XU
Peking University



Does Land-leasing Reduce Income Inequality in Rural China?

Linyi ZHANG and Yang Yao
Peking University



Some Topics in Forecasting Financial Asset Returns with Macroeconomic Variables

Yang ZHANG
Xiamen University



Social Security Coverage and Household Consumption in China:
Evidence from a Nationally Representative Survey

Jing ZHOU and Yang Yao
Peking University