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The Economic Science Association (ESA) is a professional organization devoted to economics as an observational science, using controlled experiments to learn about economic behavior. The ESA welcomes participation by economists interested in the results of such experiments, as well as scholars...
The Economic Science Association (ESA) is a professional organization devoted to economics as an observational science, using controlled experiments to learn about economic behavior. The ESA welcomes participation by economists interested in the results of such experiments, as well as scholars...
Topic: Banking and financial services This year’s conference devotes specific attention to the international role of the euro. Other sessions will focus on the challenges to EU banking and capital markets in the digital age.
Topics of interest: - Unconventional monetary policies and normalization of the monetary policy and: the pricing of financial assets, the risk taking by banks, the spillover effects to other developed and emerging markets, the financial market liquidity. - Basel III capital and liquidity ratio...
The goal of the workshop is to bring together China experts from central banks, other policy institutions and the private sector to discuss the foremost questions confronting the Chinese economy and their implications for the global economy, with a special interest towards policy-related topics...
The aim of the workshop is to exchange views and share experiences related to the emerging concept of macroprudential stance, i.e. the approaches used by policymakers to formulate the macroprudential actions they take to achieve financial stability. The focus will be on the European Union and...
This is the North American Conference is held outside of the United States, and the first time the ESA hosts a conference in Latin America. Prior to the Conference, Ian Krajbich (The Ohio State University) and Charles Noussair (University of Arizona) are organizing an NSF-funded Workshop...
The 3rd Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders is a platform for discussing statistics methodology, results, challenges and best practices between researchers, producers, and users of European Statistics and enabling the exchange of thoughts and experiences on the broad overarching theme...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)