Past Conferences

The IFN Stockholm Conference on
Innovation, Ownership and Competition

Vaxholm (Sweden), June 7–8, 2005

Hosted by IUI (The Research Institute of Industrial Economics) and CEPR (Centre for Economic Policy Research) with financial support from the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation

Organizers: Mattias Ganslandt, Lars Persson and Yves Zenou

 

Program (PDF-file)

 

List of participants

Philippe Aghion
Harvard University

Stephan Arping
University of Amsterdam

Antonio Cabrales
Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Pascal Courty
European University Institute, Florence

Anita Du Rietz
Ministry of Industry, Employment and Communications, Sweden

Simona Fabrizi
Bilbao University

Chaim Ferstman
Tel Aviv University

Sven-Olof Fridolfsson
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Mattias Ganslandt
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Gaëlle Garnier
European Commission, DG ECFIN E-2

Ulf Jakobsson
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Jos Jansen
WZB Berlin and Humboldt University

Dalida Kadyrzhanova
Columbia University

Mikhail Klimenko
Georgia Institute of Technology

Tobias Lindqvist
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Steffen Lippert
Toulouse and Mannheim University

Søren Bo Nielsen
Copenhagen Business School

Pehr-Johan Norbäck
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Lars Persson
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Manju Puri
Duke University

Pierre Regibeau
University of Essex

Moreno Roma
European Central Bank, Directorate Economic Developments

Giancarlo Spagnolo
Consip Research Unit and Stockholm School of Economics

Helena Svaleryd
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Jonas Vlachos
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Yves Zenou
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

Fabrizio Zilibotti
IIES (Institute for International Economic Studies), Stockholm University

David Zimmermann
The Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Sweden

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