Law & Economics

Seminar Series

@ HEC Paris

The Seminar series creates a forum for conversation between scholars interested in interdisciplinary research in law, economics, finance, and accounting.  The series is organized by  Vedran Capkun, Jean Edouard Colliard, Raphael Levy, and Armin Steinbach. It is is open to a wider community of scholars, practicioners and students interested in multidisciplinary exchange.

Most seminars will take place on campus at HEC Paris but will regularly also be accessible online after registration to the event. 


Place & Date & Time Speaker Topic & Presentation


HEC, March 8, 11.30am Thomas Lambert, Erasmus University (In)Dependent Central Banks

HEC, April 12, 2pm Barry Adler, NYU School of Law The Advantage of Auction  over Contract in Multiple Stage Investment projects

Online, June 7, 3pm Yair Listokin, Yale University Better Rules for Worse Economies: Efficient Legal Rules over the Business Cycle 

HEC, June 23, 2pm Regina Wittenberg-Moerman, USC Contracting in the Dark: The Rise of Public-Side Lenders in the Syndicated Loan Market

HEC, July 7, 5pm Helen Margetts, Oxford University AI for Public Policy: From Modernisation to Modelling 

HEC, Nov. 16, 2pm Katharina Pistor, Columbia University The Laws of Capitalism

HEC, Dec. 6, 2.15pm Massimo Morelli, Bocconi University The Common Determinants of Legislative and Regulatory Complexity


Paris-Assas, June 9, 9am Joint Conference "Law and Economics" (energy and environmental policy, law & geoeconomics, corporate finance)

HEC, April 4, 11am Fabian Waldinger, London School of Economics TBC

HEC, May 11, 10.30am Reuven Lehavy, University of Michigan TBC

HEC, June 13, 2.15pm Florian Ederer, Yale University TBC