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Photogallery 2012

EARIE 2012 Conference Photogallery is now available

Keynote speakers slides

The slides of the presentations of the keynote speakers Liran Einav (Stanford University) and Michael Katz (Haas School of Business, Berkeley) are now available. To see them, click on "Keynote sessions slides" above.
 

Invited sessions slides

The slides of the presentations of the speakers of the invited session on Internet, online advertising and Ecommerce - S Athey (Harvard and Microsoft), P McAfee (Google) and H Varian (UC Berkeley and Google) - are now available. To see them, click on "Invited sessions slides" above.

Session Instructions

Conference Rooms

All rooms are equipped with a PC with USB ports, Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Reader, a projector and a screen (beware! these computers do not have an internet connection). Our default assumption is that presenters and discussants will use these for their presentations, which they can bring along on a USB memory device. To avoid loss of time, hooking up of personal lap-tops is discouraged.

Presenters and discussants are invited to the rooms 10 minutes prior to the start of the session, so that presentations can be uploaded to the PC before the session starts. Please avoid the use of names “earie” and “2012” or similar, as this may overlap with other colleagues’ presentations.

Duration

To ensure that the conference is running smoothly we would like to make sure that sessions start and end on time. Also, to ensure that each paper is given sufficient time for presentation and discussion, please stick to the following time rules:

Sessions of 90 or 120 minutes where the chair is not discussing all papers
Each paper has 20 minutes, each discussant has 7 minutes and then there are 3 minutes for general discussion.
Sessions of 90 minutes where the chair is discussing all papers
Each paper has 22 minutes, the chair has 17 minutes and then there are 7 minutes for a general discussion.
Sessions of 120 minutes where the chair is discussing all papers
Each paper has 22 minutes, the chair has 22 minutes at the end of the session and then there are 10 minutes for a general discussion.

Chairs

Chairs are invited to come to the room 10 minutes prior to the start of the session. They introduce the session and the speakers, make sure that the time rules are followed, and guide the general discussion following the presentation. The conference programme identifies the chairs for each session: in case the scheduled chair does not show up, the presenter of the session’s final paper is expected to take over the role of chair.