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Calendario
Lugar: Universidad de los Andes
Fecha: De 19 de Octubre de 2012 hasta 20 de Octubre de 2012
Hora: De 8:00 am hasta 5:00 pm

Friday

Electoral Politics @ the Time of Broadband
Francesco Sobbrio (European University Institute), Filipe Campante and Ruben Durante
Discussant: Adriana Camacho (Universidad de los Andes)

Durante

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Camacho

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The Unintended Consequences of Internet Diffusion: Evidence from Malaysia
Luke Miner (New Economic School)
Discussant: Juan Vargas (Universidad del Rosario)

Miner

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Vargas

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Politicization of Intelligence Reporting: Evidence from the Cold War
Oliver Latham (University of Cambridge)
Discussant: Ruben Enikolopov (New Economic School)

Latham

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Enikolopov

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Market segmentation in two-sided markets: TV rights for Premier League
Lars Sørgard (Norwegian School of Economics) and Hans Jarle Kind
Discussant: Amedeo Piolatto (Barcelona Institute of Economics)

Sørgard

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Piolatto

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Competition for Advertisers in Media Markets
Simon Anderson (University of Virginia) and Martin Peitz
Discussant: Lars Sørgard (Norwegian School of Economics)

Anderson

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Sørgard

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Media effects in Nazi Germany
Ruben Enikolopov (New Economic School), Maja Adena, Maria Petrova, Veronica Santarosa and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya
Discussant: Luke Miner (New Economic School)

Enikolopov

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Miner

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Agenda-setting About Wasteful Public Spending: Germany
Matthias Heinz (Goethe University Frankfurt)
Discussant: Rodrigo Taborda (Universidad del Rosario)

Heinz

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Taborda

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Media Bias and Central Bank Response. Evidence from the Nominal Exchange Rate Behavior in Colombia
Rodrigo Taborda (Universidad del Rosario)
Discussant: Vincent Bignon (Banque de France)

Taborda

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Bignon

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Do Bloggers Have any Real Influence? Event Study of Blog Postings by a Russian Activist Shareholder and Blog Service DDoS Attacks
Maria Petrova (New Economic School), Ruben Enikolopov and Konstantin Sonin
Discussant: Lisa George (Hunter College-CUNY)

Petrova

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George

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Saturday

Telecracy: Testing for Channels of Persuasion
Francesco D'Acunto (University of California, Berkeley), Guglielmo Barone and Gaia Narciso
Discussant: Matthias Heinz (Goethe University Frankfurt)

D'Acunto

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Heinz

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Words versus Bullets: Media and Democracy with Coercion
Leopoldo Fergusson (Universidad de los Andes), Juan Vargas and Mauricio Vela
Discussant: Ruben Durante (Sciences Po Paris)

Fergusson

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Durante

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Influence for Sale: Evidence from the Italian Advertising Market
Ruben Durante (Sciences Po Paris), Stefano DellaVigna, Brian Knight and Eliana La Ferrara
Discussant: Oliver Latham (University of Cambridge)

Durante

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Latham

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Newspaper Market Structure and Behavior: Partisan Coverage of Political Scandals 1870-1910
Angela Fonseca (Harvard University) James M. Snyder, Jr. and B.K.Song
Discussant: Maria Petrova (New Economic School)

Fonseca

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Petrova

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The Price of Media Capture and the Looting of Newspapers in Interwar France
Vincent Bignon (Banque de France) and Marc Flandreau
Discussant: Francesco D'Acunto (University of California, Berkeley)

Bignon

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D'Acunto

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News Aggregators and Competition Among Newspapers in the Internet
Doh-Shin Jeon (Toulouse School of Economics-TSE) and Nikrooz Nasr Esfahani
Discussant: Joaquin Coleff (Universidad del Rosario)

Jeon

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Coleff

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Intermediation and Localism in the Market for Online News
Lisa George (Hunter College-CUNY)
Discussant: David Bardey (Universidad de los Andes)

George

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Bardey

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Ethical Voters and the Demand for Political News
Amedeo Piolatto (Barcelona Institute of Economics) and Florian Schuett
Discussant: Doh-Shin Jeon (Toulouse School of Economics-TSE)

Piolatto

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Jeon

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