May 22, 2013
Aula Giorgio Prodi, Piazza San Giovanni in Monte 2
The CEPR/JIE School on Applied Industrial Organization is for attendance by pre- or post-doc students and precedes the three-day conference.
To attend the School, students must have a completed paper that (s)he will present. Students will attend the Applied IO Conference (23-25 May 2013) as part of the School.
School programme can be found here.
May 23-25, 2013
Aula Giorgio Prodi, Piazza San Giovanni in Monte 2
The conference series aims to contribute to an analytical understanding of the issues raised by competition and investment, develop empirical protocols and tests of economic models, promote the exchange and the dissemination of results at the forefront of research, and finally, evaluate current competition and regulation policies. It will cover the state of the art in applied and empirical industrial organization.
Glenn Ellison (MIT), Ali Hortacsu (University of Chicago), and Frank Verboven (KU Leuven) have confirmed their participation as keynote speakers.
The conference will be preceded by the 10th CEPR School in Applied Industrial Organization, which will take place on the 22nd of May 2013. The aim of the annual School is to provide a forum for intellectual exchange between PhD students and more experienced researchers in the field of industrial organization. More senior researchers are invited to encourage their students to apply to the School. A separate invitation will be sent for the School in the following weeks.
Papers will be selected by a committee formed by the organisers and the members of the steering committee of the Applied IO Programme.
The steering committee includes Sofronis Clerides (University of Cyprus and CEPR), Peter Davis (Compass Lexecon), Neil Gandal (Tel Aviv University and CEPR), David Genesove (Hebrew University of Jerusalem and CEPR), Margaret Kyle (Toulouse School of Economics and CEPR), Eugenio Miravete (University of Texas at Austin and CEPR), Martin Peitz (University of Toulouse and CEPR), Andrea Prat (LSE and CEPR), Katharine Rockett (University of Essex and CEPR), Frode Steen (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and CEPR), Otto Toivanen (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and CEPR), Frank Verboven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and CEPR) and Nikolaos Vettas (Athens University of Economics & Business and CEPR).
Conference programme can be found here.
Other details are available from the CEPR conference website.
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List of Participants (to follow)
About the Conference Venue
In the heart of the Monumental Complex of San Giovanni in Monte, is located the prestigious Giorgio Prodi lecture hall.
Place of extraordinary beauty and historical art value, the area offers the opportunity to host cultural and educational activities in a unique and smart environment. In what was once the dining-hall of the nunnery of the Lateran Canons, against the backdrop of the beautiful sixteenth-century fresco by Bartolomeo Cesi, it is now possible to organize conferences, workshops and meetings.
For additional nights or guests: FULLY BOOKED
We have arranged for special prices with Bologna Art Hotels, though the available rooms are limited. Booking can be made directly through the hotel website.
Maps and Travel Directions
Directions from the Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport:
By bus (approximately 20 minutes, 6 EUR one way):
From the airport, take the Aerobus – BLQ Shuttle Service going to the city center. Get off the “via Ugo Bassi” stop. Walking directions to the hotels and conference venue are found here:
Hotel Roma: http://goo.gl/maps/lxMbG
Hotel Corona d’Oro: http://goo.gl/maps/0DXzF
Hotel dei Commercianti: http://goo.gl/maps/w1Maf
Hotel Orologio: http://goo.gl/maps/2REYi
Hotel Novecento: http://goo.gl/maps/b9TI6
Or, from “via Ugo Bassi,” take Bus No. 13 (Direction ‘Pavese’) or Bus No. 30 (Direction ‘San Michele in Bosco’) and get off at bus stop Piazza Minghetti. From the Bus stop, take Via Farini (direction Santo Stefano) and then turn right to Piazza San Giovanni in Monte.
A taxi queue is available just outside the airport, which takes passengers directly to the city center (approximately 15 minutes, 15-20 EUR).
Directions from Bologna Central Train Station:
Take either Bus 21 (Marconi), 30 (Marconi), or 36 (Lame) which takes passengers to the area of via Ugo Bassi. From there, follow the directions above. Tickets can be bought on board (check for a green sign at the window by the bus door) and costs 1.50 EUR, or from the Tabaccheria.
To go directly to Piazza San Giovanni in Monte,
Bus Nr. 11 – Direction ‘Rotonda Corelli’ or ‘San Lazzaro di Savena’. Bus stop: Piazza Mighetti. From the Bus stop, take Via Farini (direction Santo Stefano) and then turn right to Piazza San Giovanni in Monte
Bus Nr. 30 – Direction ‘San Michele in Bosco’. Bus stop: Piazza Mighetti. From the Bus stop, take Via Farini (direction Santo Stefano) and then turn right into Via Castiglione and then left in Vicolo Monticelli. Go straight to Piazza San Giovanni in Monte.
Location Map of Airport, Train Station, Airport Bus Stop (in city center), Hotels, Conference Venue, Landmarks:
General Information on the City: http://www.bolognawelcome.com//en
Moving around in Bologna made easier via Smartphone: http://mimuovo.comune.bologna.it/
Note: Bologna has “T-Days” over the weekend (from 08:00 of Saturday to 22:00 of Sunday), wherein via Rizzoli, via Indipendenza, and via Ugo Bassi are open solely for pedestrians and bicycles. Buses that pass through these streets are re-routed. See link (http://www.tper.it/notizia/t-days-cosa-cambia-i-bus-al-sabato-domenica-e-festivi-0#.UTqmnBxTCXc) for details.
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