Pliskin and Jones Participate in IAFEP World Congress

Jeff Pliskin
Jeff Pliskin
Associate Professor of Economics Jeffrey Pliskin and Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, attended the 15th World Congress of the International Association for the Economics of Participation (IAFEP) July 8-10, in Paris.

In addition to presiding over the meetings, Pliskin helped organize the conference program, chaired a session and presented a paper titled “The Effects of Ownership on Bank Performance: Evidence for the U.S. and Canada” with Jones.

Jones was also a co-presenter on two other papers: “Human Management Practices and Firm Performance: Evidence from Finland” (with Panu Kalmi, Mikko Makinen and Takao Kato) and “Productive Efficiency in the Mondragon Co-operatives: Evidence from an Econometric Case Study” (with Saiao Arando, Monica Gago and Takao Kato).

IAFEP conferences are held every two years and “provide an international forum for the presentation and debate of current research and scholarship on the economics of participation.”
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