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This conference will be part of the Tinbergen Institute Annual Conference series. Topic: Bayesian and behavioral methods to elicit true answers from individuals and crowds: -Individuals (Scoring and incentives; Bayesian truth-serum and related mechanisms; Behavioral approaches to promote truth...
The aim is to analyze topics related to the institutional underpinning of fiscal policies. The workshop focused on research at the intersection of political economy, public finance, and macroeconomics. Topics of interest included: (i) the political determination of public policies (fiscal and...
Topics: all applied areas of education economics.
The aim of this meeting is to bring together economists and lawyers to discuss the problems of justice, courts' functioning and the litigation process. This year, we would like to put particular emphasis on the assessment of the Quality of Justice and its interaction with society and economic...
Topics: - Fiscal implications of alternative retirement income policy designs - Fiscal implications of alternative health policy designs - Implications of retirement age adjustment - Health policy and labour force participation - Life cycle analysis focused on health, ageing and retirement -...
AJBS will hold its 32nd Annual Meeting in cooperation with the Academy of International Business (AIB) in Copenhagen, Denmark. AJBS welcomes papers and panel proposals. Authors may submit papers to either or both conferences. Panels should be focused upon topics relevant to Japanese business....
Belgrade Young Economists Conference provides an efficient way for a small group of select advanced PhD students and recent PhD graduates in all fields of economics and finance to present their research and obtain in-depth feedback on their work through interaction with a group of distinguished...
Researchers, academics, practitioners, and students interested in any branch of Operational Research, mathematical modelling or economic analysis are invited to submit abstracts or organize sessions.
Papers dealing with any aspect of the history of economic thought are welcome, including work related to any period or any school of economic thought. Also welcome are papers that situate economics in wider intellectual and cultural contexts or relate it to other disciplines.
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