SI 2022 Economics of National Security

Eli Berman, Organizer

July 25, 2022

University Room BC

FORMAT: Presenters should speak for 35 minutes in order to leave 10 minutes for discussion.

Conference Code of Conduct

Monday, July 25
10:00 am
Convene and Introductions
10:15 am
Alex Armand, Nova School of Business and Economics
Myriam Marending, Copenhagen Business School
Galina Vysotskaya, Nova School of Business and Economics

Windows of Peace: the Effect of Ceasefires on Economic Well-being (slides)
11:00 am
Vasily Korovkin, CERGE-EI
Alexey Makarin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Production Networks and War
11:45 am
1:00 pm
Peter B. Vining, Naval Postgraduate School
Cyrus Samii, New York University
Michael J. Gilligan, New York University

Standing Up to Extremism: Evidence from a Tolerance and Bystander-Intervention Training Experiment in Bangladesh
1:45 pm
Sabrina T. Howell, New York University and NBER
Jason Rathje, U.S. Air Force
John Van Reenen, London School of Economics and NBER
Jun Wong, University of Chicago

Opening up Military Innovation: Causal Effects of Reforms to U.S. Defense Research
2:30 pm
2:45 pm
Jesse M. Bruhn, Brown University
Kyle Greenberg, United States Military Academy at West Point
Matthew Gudgeon, United States Military Academy
Evan K. Rose, University of Chicago and NBER
Yotam Shem-Tov, University of California at Los Angeles

Fog of War? The Role of Combat, Selection, and Policy in Veterans' Long-Run Outcomes (slides)
3:30 pm
3:45 pm
Austin L. Wright, University of Chicago

The Logic and Impacts of Rebel Public Services Provision: Evidence from Taliban Courts in Afghanistan
4:30 pm
Antonella Bandiera, ITAM

Rebel Governance and Development: The Long Term Effects of Guerrilla's in El Salvador
5:15 pm