Hamburg Lectures in L&E
The Hamburg Lectures in Law and Economics are a lecture series that takes place at the University of Hamburg every Wednesday evening (6:15 - 7:45 p.m.) during the semester. The lectures, held by internationally renowned researchers from Germany and abroad, deal with current research results in the field of economic analysis of law and address a broad audience through their interdisciplinary approach.
Winter Term 2020/2021
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, all lectures will be held via zoom until further notice. Please send an email to email@example.com( justyn.brockmeyer"AT"ile-hamburg.de) to register for the lectures.
All lectures will take place on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. We are looking forward to seeing you.
Political Geography and Pre-Industrial Development: A Theory and Evidence for Europe 1000-1850
Land Property Rights, Cadasters and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Panel 1000—2015 CE
Rule by Data: The End of Markets?
Economic Lawfare: The Geopolitics of Corporate Justice
As long as they are cheap: Experimental evidence on the demand for migrant workers.
The return of Pachamama: Coca, politics and empowerment in Bolivia
Walking the Talk: How Illiberal Parties Erode Democracy
Roma and Bureaucrats: A Correspondence Experiment in the Czech Republic
Flexibility for Electricity Networks: Economic and Legal Aspects
Discrimination within the Judiciary
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