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The Conference provides a forum for dissemination of modern research in economic growth and development broadly defined. Papers with an India focus are especially welcome.
The workshop will focus on labour supply, education and wages during the recovery, with an emphasis on micro/macro linkages. We welcome both theoretical and empirical contributions. Research topics of particular relevance to the conference include the following: - the determinants of labour...
Topic: Sustainable Infrastructure Infrastructure - understood to include water supply and sanitation, flood protection, roads and transport, and energy and telecommunications - has major implications at the household level (health, education, and social mobility), at the firm level...
Papers are invited in the following theme areas: - National Accounts; - Productivity; - Poverty and Inequality; - Human Capital and Education; - Regional Integration and Global Value Chains; - Well-being, including Health, Food Security and Hunger; - Labour market, Skills and Jobs; - Structural...
Theme of the Forum: “Growth and Inclusive Prosperity”
Confrence main theme: "Deregulation and Stable Growth Policy to Overcome the Deceleration of the World Economy" Plenary Session 1: Energy Reform and Economic Growth Policy Plenary Session 2: Politics and Economics of the TPP and Other Free Trade Agreements Theme-related papers will be welcomed.
Conference Themes: - Biophysical Limits, - Equity, Social Justice and the Commons, - Alternative Movements and Discourses, - Finance, Markets and Ecological Macroeconomics, - Pathways to Change: Tools and Strategies.
The organizing committee invites abstract/extended abstract submission from researchers and practitioners in the fields of economics, international trade, finance and development.
Original papers subject to high academic standards and preferably with important policy or practical implications are invited, for example, on the following topics, though not restricted to them: - The growth an business cycle effects of shifting demographics - Demographics and the financial...
The Kieler Konjunkturgespräche (KKG) is the Kiel Institute’s flagship conference on international business cycle analysis. Here we share our research work and discuss global macroeconomic issues with other forecasters, policy-makers, and business leaders.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)