Mar 8 – Mar 9 all-day

Alrov Institute for Real Estate Research at Tel Aviv University, ESCP Europe Business School, and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate are jointly organizing a second conference on issues of low-income housing supply, related financing tools, and housing affordability.  The selection committee is interested in economics and policy research on topics including housing affordability, inequality, house price and rent dynamics, rent control, low-income housing supply and demand, private-public partnerships including (but not limited to) the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) programs, mortgage and housing finance system design and performance to support affordable housing, land use regulation and entitlements, demographic factors, homelessness, urban stratification, population mobility and immigration, and policy at all levels of government.  The conference will be held at Tel Aviv University (Israel) on June 8-9, 2020.  A day-trip to major historic sites in the Old City of Jerusalem is planned for June 10, 2020.  A follow-up academic meeting will take place at UCLA in June 2021.

Those interested in presenting a research paper at the Tel Aviv conference should send a PDF of their paper or a detailed abstract to by March 1, 2020.  Authors of accepted papers will be notified by April 1, 2020.  The conference sponsors will pay up to 3-day lodging expenses for one author of each accepted paper.  Electronic copies of the conference papers will be made available at the conference website.  The Call for Papers for the next conference at UCLA will be circulated shortly after the conclusion of the Tel Aviv conference.




Organizing Committee:
Danny Ben-Shahar
, Tel Aviv University
Stuart A. Gabriel, UCLA
Jaime P. Luque, ESCP Europe Business School

Conference Scientific Committee:
Oscar Arce, Bank of Spain

Itai Ater, Tel Aviv University

Nate Baum Snow, University of Toronto

Danny Ben-Shahar, Tel Aviv University

Jan Breuckner, University of California at Irvine

Jeffry Cohen, University of Connecticut

Joao Cocco, London Business School

Tom Davidoff, University of British Columbia

Morris Davis, Rutgers University

Anthony DeFusco, Northwestern University

Jorge de la Roca, University of Southern California

Yongheng Deng, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Yuming Fu, National University of Singapore

Stuart A. Gabriel, University of California at Los Angeles

Mark Garmaise, University of California at Los Angeles

David Genesove, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Ed Glaeser, Harvard University

Ingrid Gould Ellen, New York University

Lu Han, University of Toronto

Diana Hancock, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Barney Hartman-Glaser, University of California at Los Angeles

Christian Hilber, London School of Economics

Eduard Kung, California State University, Northridge

Jaime P. Luque, ESCP Europe Business School

Gianluca Marcato, University of Reading

Daniel McMillen, University of Illinois at Chicago

Tim McQuade, Stanford University

Antonio Mello, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Stani Milcheva, University College London

Kiyohiko Nishimura, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

Stephen Oliner, American Enterprise Institute

Katherine O’Regan, New York University

Gary Painter, University of Southern California

Wayne Passmore, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Tarun Ramadorai, Imperial College London

Stuart Rosenthal, Syracuse University

Tsur Somerville, University of British Columbia

Michel Strawczynski, Bank of Israel

Jiro Yoshida, Penn State University and University of Tokyo

110 Westwood Plaza B100

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481

(310) 794-2022

Research Seminar, ReFi – Mark Bradshaw – Boston College
Mar 13 @ 12 h 00 min – 13 h 30 min



Organized by Prof. Gunther Capelle-Blancard (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Labex ReFi) and Prof. Christophe Moussu (ESCP Europe, Labex ReFi).

Mark Bradshaw,

Boston College,

(cv & bio)


79 avenue de la République 75011 Paris
Friday, march 13, 2020

12:00am  to  13:30pm, Room 4310

For security reason, please register before the deadline.
Deadline:  march 12, 2019

NB. If you are prevented from coming, we would be obliged if you could inform us as soon as possible at
Workshop, FinTech – Blockchain and Risk Management
Mar 19 all-day

Dans le cadre du projet Fin-Tech H-2020 auquel participe l’Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne en
collaboration avec les régulateurs et les fintechs, nous organisons le 19 mars 2020, un workshop sur
« Blockchain and Risks ».. Celui-ci a pour but de permettre aux acteurs des fintechs, aux régulateurs et aux
chercheurs de discuter afin d’identifier les risques (et les opportunités) associés à ce nouvel environnement.

Blockchain and Risk Management

19 march 2020

ACPR – 4 Place de Budapest,

75009 Paris

9:30 a.m. -7:00 p.m

09.30 – 09.45


09.45 – 10.30


-Introduction by ACPR
-«Openings on blockchain» (C. Hénot, University Paris1)

11.00 – 12.30

Session “Evolution des protocols”

“Crypto-monnaies: quelle preuve?” (“Cryptocurrencies: Proof-of-
What?”), Louis Abraham (Polytechnique et ETHZ)

-“Tezos: une Blockchain mondiale aux racines Françaises”(“Tezos a
global blockchain with French roots”) Hadrien Zerah et Sajida Zouarhi
-“Lightning Network et sidechains, quelles perspectives pour Bitcoin ?”
(“Lightning Network et sidechains, what are the perspectives for
Bitcoin?”) Cyril Grunspan (ESILV)
-“Développement de LnMarkets, une application financière sur le
lightning network : difficultés, risques et enjeux” (“Development of
LnMarkets, a financial application on the lightning network: challenges,
risks and opportunities” ) Romain Rouphaël (ITŌ).
– “Blockchains sans backdoors, quels enjeux? » (« Blockchains without
backdoors, what challenges ? ») Jean Baptiste Baraton (BdF)

12.30 – 13.15


13.45 – 15.15

Session “Les gouvernances”

-“De la gouvernance des crypto-monnaies : pour un cadre d’analyse
multidimensionnel” (“Governance of cryptocurrencies: for a
multidimensional analysis framework”), Mael Rolland (EHESS)”
-“Responsabilité et Gouvernance” (“Responsibility and governance”)
Hubert de Vauplane (Kramer Levin Avocats)
-“Kleros: Utilisation de la théorie des jeux et des incitations
économiques pour résoudre les conflits dans les plateformes
décentralisées “ (“Kleros: Using game theory and economic incentives
to solve disputes in decentralized platforms”), Clément Lesaege (Kleros)
–“Decentralized Finance, DApps and DAO” Stéphane Blemus (Paris1
Kelexius Law Firm)

15.30 – 16.45

Session “Risks and regulation”

-“Cadre réglementaire des crypto actifs – loi pacte » (« Regulatory
framework for crypto assets – Pacte law) Louis Charpentier, (AMF)
-“Les risques de LCB-FT dans l’activité des crypto-actifs” (« The risks of
LCB-FT in the activity of crypto-assets”) Laurent Camus (ACPR)
– « Analyse de la blockchain pour la conformité, la réglementation et
plus encore? Risques et opportunités « (« Blockchain analytics for
compliance, regulation and more? Risks and opportunities.”) Pierre
Gérard (ScoreChain)
-To complete

17.00 – 18.00

Débat: “comment auditer une blockchain ouverte ou permissionnée?”

Discussion between Researchers, Fintechs, Banks and Regulators (AMF

18.00 – 19.00

Cocktail & networking

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program
under grant agreement No 825215 (Topic: ICT-35-2018 Type of action: CSA)
All material presented here reflects only the authors’ view. The European Commission is not
responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains


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