2023 Alumni Conference: Scenes
Attendees gather in THE FLAG West M. Hotel, Frankfurt, to hear and discuss new ideas and projects of Coase Institute alumni.
Jan Vogler investigates the differing consequences of interruptions in local self-government, depending on duration and scope.
Paulo Furquim de Azevedo discusses directions for research on judicial behavior in corruption cases.
Bo Yang examines how corporations address conflicts that arise with political parties they have long supported.
Marcos Salgado measures the structure of relationships in the political network of the Spanish Empire.
Danila Raskov investigates trust and monetary innovations in early modern warfare.
During breaks, attendees discuss ideas informally and enjoy moments with old and new friends.
Cesar Huaroto examines cultural agricultural knowledge in the Andes and the associated adaptations to climate change.
Wentian Diao, Bo Yang, Kate Savchenko, Joonhwi Joo, and Chicheng Ma enjoy lively conversation over dinner.
Georgy Egorov chats with Alexandra Benham, Ann and Gary Libecap, Thrainn Eggertson, Jordan Adamson, and Lee Benham before receiving the alumni prize.