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This annual central bank workshop gives researchers, policy-makers and practitioners the opportunity to discuss theoretical work, empirical findings and policy implications related to the microstructure of financial markets. Studies in all areas of market microstructure are welcome and the...
The workshop will explore costs and benefits of different forms of shareholder activism with the objective of understanding how different mechanisms complement each other.
The program seeks to engage questions of economics, religion and culture across the social sciences.
Contributions from any academic discipline or theoretical approach that address the challenges and dynamics of the economic, political, legal and social institutions of our time are welcome.
List of Themes and JEL-Codes: - Fertility, Family, Marriage and Work (D13, J1) - Labour Market Discrimination (J7, J15, J16) - Retirement (J14, J26, J32) - Labour Supply and Taxation (H2, J22) - Labour Force and Employment (J21) - Labour Demand (J23) - Occupational Choice and Intergenerational...
Topics: - Monetary, fiscal and macro prudential policies in open economies. - Trade and financial links between economies. - Cross-border spillovers and policy coordination. - The neutral rate of interest in open economies. - Exchange rate determination. - Relevance of Dominant, Produce and...
The 17th annual ESPAnet conference in Stockholm will increase the interest to bridge research on migration, social protection and European welfare states, thus creating a solid foundation for evidence-based policymaking, not only in Sweden but also internationally. Topics: European refugee...
The Ratio Institute hereby invites young scholars in economics, business administration, political science, sociology and economic history to submit paper proposals for a cross disciplinary symposium in Stockholm, Sweden. The aim of this colloquium is to bring together researchers in different...
The aim of this conference is to examine the flow of information between firms and financial markets. The flow of information happens in both directions, as managers respond to asset prices and changes in valuations while investors adapt their investment decisions in response to information...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)