Panel organizer and chair
Virginie Pérotin (Leeds University Business School)
The aim of the session is to present recent empirical research on the effect of worker participation on firm-level outcomes. The included studies cover a wide range of participatory arrangements (worker cooperatives, board-level employee representation, shop-floor employee representation), countries (France, Nordic countries, Europe-UK) and outcomes (productivity, employment and working time flexibility, innovation).
- Aleksandra Gregorič (Copenhagen Business School), Thomas Poulsen: Understanding employee board representation: Empirical analysis using Danish linked employer-employee data
- Gabriel Burdin (Leeds University Business School, IZA and Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay), Virginie Pérotin: Employee representation and working time flexibility: identification through a size-contingent EU Directive
- Filippo Belloc (University “G. d’Annunzio” Pescara): What does deter labor-controlled firm creation? Evidence from Italian manufacturing sectors
- Virginie Pérotin (Leeds University Business School): Are more democratic firms more productive?
Mariusz Prochniak (Warsaw School of Economics)
- Sanjaya Acharya (Oxford Policy Management, Tribhuvan University): Efficiency and long-term growth potential of value added tax system in developing world: the case of Nepal
- Jaan Masso (University of Tartu), Priit Vahter: Knowledge transfer from multinationals through labour mobility: Learning from export experience
- Mariusz Prochniak (Warsaw School of Economics): The impact of product market competition on economic growth in the EU countries: Does the model of capitalism matter?
Nina Schönfelder (FernUniversität in Hagen)
- Sheila Anne Chapman (Lumsa University), Valentina Meliciani: Regional disparities and structural change in Central and East Europe
- Milorad Filipovic (University of Belgrade), Miroljub Nikolic: Economic development of Serbia – Need for structural changes
- Nina Schönfelder (FernUniversität in Hagen): The impact of euro area membership on structural reforms in product market and business Regulation
Mao Zhang (University of Sheffield)
- Olga Demidova (National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow), Tatiana Danilenko, Marcello Signorelli: Unemployment Clubs in Russian regions: spatial-econometric analysis
- Keiko Suganuma (Nihon University): The strategy of Japanese companies on Russia business: Focusing on human resource management
- Mao Zhang (University of Sheffield), Oleksandr Talavera, Shuxing Yin: Managing diversity: board age diversity, directors‘ personal values, and bank performance
Dragos Radu (IOS Regensburg)
- Anna Fedyunina (National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow), Sergey Kadochnikov: Determinants of fast-growing firms and high-skilled interregional migration in Russia
- Kazuhiro Kumo (Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Economic Research): Factors determining inter-regional migration patterns in Russia revisited: Analysis on origin-to-destination matrix, 1990-2013
- Xinxin Ma (Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Economic Resaerch), : Industrial segregation and wage gaps between migrants
- Dragos Radu (IOS Regensburg), Bogdan Voicu: Emigration and political development: Evidence from Eastern Europe