Seminars

Emilson Caputo Delfino Silva
44. “Overlapping International Green R&D Agreements,” Departamento de Economia, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil, October 2, 2014 (with C. Yamaguchi).
43. “Correlated Transboundary Pollutants, Free Trade and Transfers: On the Efficiency and Stability of
International Environmental Agreements,
” (with Xie Zhu), Department of Economics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, March 12, 2010 
42. “Correlated Transboundary Pollutants, Free Trade and Transfers: On the Efficiency and Stability of International Environmental Agreements,” (with Xie Zhu), Departmento de Economia, Universidade de Brasília, Brazil, December 4, 2009.
41. “Mudança Climática e Chuva Ácida: Acordos Internacionais Eficientes e Estáveis,” (with Xie Zhu), Mestrado em Economia, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, João Pessoa, Brazil, November 26, 2009.
40. “Chains of International Environmental Agreements to Mitigate Correlated Transboundary Pollutants,” (with Xie Zhu), Department of Economics, University of Calgary, Canada, July 8, 2009.
39. “Pivotal Players in Continental and Global Environmental Protocols: The Case of Canada,” (with Xie Zhu), Department of Economics, Georgia State University, Atlanta, April 8, 2009.
38. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (with Xie Zhu), Department of Economics, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, September 8, 2008.
37. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” (with Naoto Aoyama), Economics Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Australia, August 22, 2008.
36. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” (with Naoto Aoyama), School of Economics, University of Queensland, Australia, August 15, 2008.

35. “Equitable and Efficient Federal Structures with Interregional Redistribution, Interregional Spillovers and Regional Attachment of Heterogeneous Labor,” (with Naoto Aoyama), Department of Economics, Georgia State University, January 10, 2008.
34. “Emissions Trading of Global and Local Pollutants, Pollution Havens and Free Riding,” (with Xie Zhu), Department of Economics, Georgia State University, February 14, 2007.
33. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in China and Japan: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (with Yoko Nagase),
Department of Economics, University of Alabama, November 18, 2005, Tuscaloosa, AL.
32. “Global Trading of Carbon Dioxide Permits with Noncompliant Polluters,” (with Xie Zhu), Department of Economics, Georgia State University, March 4, 2005, Atlanta, GA.
31. “Interregional Competition, Spillovers and Attachment in a Federation,” (with Chikara Yamaguchi), Department of Economics, Universidade de Brasilia, November 28, 2003, Brasilia, DF, Brazil.
30. “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?,” (with Charles M. Kahn), Department of Economics, Universidade de Brasilia, June 27, 2003, Brasilia, DF, Brazil.
29. “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?,” (with Charles M. Kahn), Department of Economics, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, May, 29, 2003, Recife, PE, Brazil.
28. “An ‘Ideal Kyoto Protocol’: Redistributive Transfers, Emissions Trading and Global Participation,” (with Arthur J. Caplan and Richard C. Cornes), Department of Economics, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, February 7, 2003, Recife, PE, Brazil.
27. “An ‘Ideal Kyoto Protocol’: Redistributive Transfers, Emissions Trading and Global Participation,” (with Arthur J. Caplan and Richard C. Cornes), Department of Economics, Universidade de São Paulo, December 9, 2002, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.
26. “Public Good Mix in a Federation with Incomplete Information,” (with Richard C. Cornes), Department of Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, July 17, 2002, Kobe, Japan.
25. “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?” (with Charles M. Kahn), Universidade Católica de Brasília, June 28, 2002, Brasília, D.F., Brazil.
24. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (with Yoko Nagase), Department of Economics, University of Tennessee, September 21, 2001, Knoxville, TN.
23. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (with Yoko Nagase), School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University, July 19, 2001, Hyogo, Japan.
22. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in Japan and China: A Game-Theoretic Analysis,” (with Yoko Nagase), Department of Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, July 18, 2001, Kobe, Japan.
21. “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Universidade de Brasília, October 11, 2000, Brasília, D.F., Brazil.
20. “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (with Arthur .J. Caplan and Richard C. Cornes), Universidade Católica de Brasília, October 10, 2000, Brasília, D.F., Brazil.
19. “Equitable and Efficient International Schemes to Control Carbon Dioxide Emissions,” (with Arthur J. Caplan), University of Mississippi, September 15, 2000, University, MS.
18. “How Effective and Efficient Can the Kyoto Protocol Be in Controlling Global Carbon Emissions?,” (with Arthur .J. Caplan and Richard C. Cornes), and “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University, June 23, 2000, Hyogo, Japan.
17. “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Department of Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, June 9, 2000, Kobe, Japan.
16. “Incentive Effects of Performance-Based Rewards in Tax Administration,” Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University, June 7, 2000, Osaka, Japan.
15. “Incentive Compatible Performance Indicators for Tax and Customs Administrations,” The World Bank, July 21, 1999, Washington, DC.
14. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (with Yoko Nagase), Graduate School of Economics and Management, Aomori Public College, June 25, 1999, Aomori, Japan.
13. “Optimal Control of Acid Rain in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Private Information,” (with Yoko Nagase), Department of Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, June 9, 1999, Kobe, Japan.
12. “Pure Public Goods and Income Redistribution in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” (with Arthur J. Caplan and Richard C. Cornes). Department of Economics, Tulane University, December 12, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana.
11. “Public Good Mix in a Federation with Incomplete Information,” (with Richard C. Cornes). Department of Economics, Oregon State University, November 21, 1998, Corvallis, Oregon.
10. “Pure Public Goods and Income Redistribution in a Federation with Decentralized Leadership and Imperfect Labor Mobility,” (with Arthur J. Caplan and Richard C. Cornes), Department of Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, August 25, 1998, Kobe, Japan.
9. “Recipes for Turnovers: Rotten Contributors Become Good Samaritans,” (with Richard C. Cornes),
Department of Economics, Iowa State University, March 5, 1998, Ames, Iowa.
8. “Crime and Punishment, and Corruption: Who Needs ‘Untouchables’?” (with Charles M. Kahn). Department of Economics, University of Illinois, March 2, 1998, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
7. “Rotten Kids, Purity and Perfection,” (with Richard C. Cornes), Universidade de Brasília, July 1997, Brasília, Brazil.
6. “Optimal Provision of Rivalrous Public Goods with Costly Exclusion, Corruption and Endogenous Fines,” (with Charles M. Kahn), Department of Economics, University of Kent, April 30, 1996, Kent, UK.
5. “Optimal Provision of Rivalrous Public Goods with Costly Exclusion, Corruption and Endogenous Fines,” (with Charles M. Kahn), Department of Economics, University of Dundee, April 26, 1996, UK.
4. “Transboundary Pollution and Migration in Federal Systems,” Department of Economics, Australian National University, July 20, 1995, Canberra, Australia.
3. “Preemption and Demand Coordination in the Competitive Provision of Local Bus Services,” (with Chris J. Ellis), Department of Economics, Australian National University, September 1, 1994, Canberra, Australia.
2. “Intergovernmental Externalities and Moral Hazard,” at the Economic Modelling and Intergovernmental Relations Workshop, Federalism Research Centre, Australian National University, July 22, 1994, Canberra, Australia.
1. “À-la-Carte or Smorgasbord: How Should We Provide Multiple Public Goods Under Costly Monitoring?” Oregon State University, April 1994, Corvallis, Oregon.