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The conference promotes scientific research using enterprise microdata on a variety of topics and from different (and inter) disciplinary approaches. The conference is a unique meeting point for producers and users of these data, including as statisticians, survey methodologists, economists and...
The biennial Conference on Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM) provides a venue for leading academics from around the world to share, discuss and support research in all areas of marketing history and the history of marketing thought. Research includes such areas as...
The aim of this meeting is to encourage frontier academic research in macroeconomics, broadly defined in terms of topics but rigorously grounded in economic theory and measurement.
The conference aims to bring together high-quality research that is at the intersection of labor economics and macroeconomics. We invite researchers to submit empirical and theoretical contributions related to the labor market on topics such as business cycle dynamics, labor market frictions,...
The conference is devoted to the incentives for economic growth. Effective incentives including business incentives, financial or non-financial benefits, state and local tax incentives etc. can help to stimulate sustainable economic growth of economy. The objective of the conference is to...
Researchers who are specialized in regional/urban economics and international trade come together in order to share their ideas and comment on each other’s research papers. The meetings encourage interaction and discussion between the researchers, so that new ideas and joint projects can be...
Topics: Antitrust and Competition – Artificial Intelligence and Law – Bankruptcy – Behavioral Law and Economics – Law and Economics of Big Data – Corporate Law and Corporate Governance – Contract Theory and Contract Law – Crimes and Criminal Law – Environmental Law and Economics...
The topic areas are: - Administrative Law; Legislation; Statutory. - Antitrust; Regulated Industries (excluding financial institutions). - Bankruptcy; Secured Credit; Creditor’s Rights; Consumer Finance. - Behavioral and Experimental Law and Economics. - Civil and Criminal Procedure; Evidence;...
The Ronald Coase Institute encourages careful, useful analysis of the institutions that govern real economies and affect transaction costs. Who is eligible? Social scientists early in their academic/professional careers and advanced graduate students, in economics, political science, law, and...
The seminar will explore consumption behavior and food chain dynamics as the result of the capabilities, strategies and environment of stakeholders in the food chain, including consumers. Consumption dynamics mostly refer to food transition with a rising intake of meat, sugar, fats and processed...
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