Harold Demsetz (1930-2019), a long-time professor at UCLA, was a pioneer in the development and use of microeconomic theory to analyze questions of how property rights and institutional arrangements affect competitive behavior of firms and individuals and market outcomes. His former colleagues, students, and friends are hosting this conference in his honor and to encourage new research related to Demsetz’s work.
The conference is organized by the UCLA Economics Department, chaired by Dora Costa, along with the organizing committee, which includes John Asker (UCLA), Harry DeAngelo (University of Southern California), Thomas Hubbard (Northwestern University), Joseph Kalt (Harvard University), Jonathan Karpoff (University of Washington), Kenneth Lehn (University of Pittsburgh), Harold Mulherin (University of Georgia), Sam Peltzman (University of Chicago), Robert Topel (University of Chicago), and Kam-Ming Wan (Hanken School of Economics ).
Friday, May 27th, 2022
6pm Remembrance Dinner and Banquet
The Harold Demsetz Conference will secure a discounted room block at the UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center. Details will be posted in the next month.
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