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Managing asymmetric information in the Roman world - 18-19/10/2018, Sevilla (Spain)


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 18-19/10/2018

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla (Sevilla, Madrid)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Cristina Rosillo-López (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

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18 octubre


9.00: Inauguración/Opening


9.10-11.10. Moderador/Chair: Koen Verboven (Universiteit Gent)


Pablo Revilla (Universidad Pablo de Olavide) Economics and Information: asymmetries, uncertainties and risks


Miko Flohr (Universiteit Leiden) Imperfect information in economic life on urban landscapes: the case of the Forum Romanum


Nicolas Tran (ANHIMA, CNRS, Paris) Dans quelle mesure, et pourquoi, les collèges professionnels romains favorisaient-ils, ou non, la diffusion de l’information économique?


11.00-11.30: Café/coffee break


11.30-13.30. Moderador/Chair: Marta García Morcillo (University of Roehampton)


François Lerouxel (Université Paris-Sorbonne) Roman prefects of Egypt and asymmetric information problem on real estate market (sales and mortgages)


Cristina Rosillo-López (Universidad Pablo de Olavide) Real estate market and information asymmetry in the Roman world


14.00-16.00: Almuerzo/lunch break


16.00-18.00. Moderador/Chair: Claire Holleran (University of Exeter)


Saskia Roselaar (Rhein Universität Bochum) Asymmetric information and the ager publicus


Neville Morley (University of Exeter) Managing uncertainty and risk in the Roman agronomists


Marta García Morcillo (University of Roehampton) Knowledge Management and Price Competition at Roman Auctions


20.30: Cena/Conference dinner


19 octubre


9.00-10.30. Moderador/Chair: Francisco Pina Polo (Universidad de Zaragoza)


Claire Holleran (University of Exeter) Information asymmetry and the Roman labour market

Myles Lavan (University of St. Andrews) Asymmetric information and Roman slavery


10.30-11.00: Café/coffee break


11.00-14.00. Moderador/Chair: Jean Andreau (EHSS, Paris)


Koen Verboven (Universiteit Gent) Roman Information Governance Systems and the Role of Financial Intermediaries


Dario Nappo (Università degli Studi di Napoli) Planned asymmetry of information? The case of the customs in the Egyptian Eastern desert


Peter Bang (Københavns Universitet) From Connectivity to Friction: asymmetric information, the Roman economy and the economic theory of Akerlof


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