Showing 1 - 10 of 118
We welcome submissions on topics related to capital flows, monetary and macro-prudential policies, exchange rates, sovereign debt, and other topics in international macroeconomics.
An efficient and reliable energy system is fundamental to economic growth and wellbeing in New Zealand. The purpose of the Summer School is to outline some of the key issues facing New Zealand, including: - Dependence on imported liquid fuel - Developing and integrating renewable sources of...
We invite submissions from those wishing to present a paper, which can be in any field of econometrics, theoretical or applied, including empirical analyses of issues in any field of economics or finance.
We welcome participation in all forms, including attendance, submission of an abstract or poster, offers to organise a special session, or to lead a policy initiative forum or a forum on developments in regional practice. We warmly welcome papers on any aspect of regional studies or regional...
The focus of the conference is broad and includes all areas of finance.
We invite authors to submit papers with a macro-finance theme. Topics: - Common/fundamental drivers of financial market and macroeconomic data, - Identification of monetary policy shocks from financial market data, - Influences of time-varying risk premiums and precautionary savings on financial...
The theme for this year’s conference is Ethics and Sustainability in the Age of Disruption. A range of technological and organisational changes in recent years have significantly disrupted, and continue to disrupt existing ways of doing business around the world. While it could be argued that...
At the ABEN Doctoral Workshop you will get the opportunity to: - present your research summaries to ABEN mentors who are long-standing experts in the field, and discuss avenues and strategies for your work, - hear from a panel of experienced ABEN members about research matters, publishing,...
The theme for this year’s Conference is Managing the Many Faces of Sustainable Work. The demands from stakeholders for work and organisational forms that are financially, environmentally and socially sustainable are unlikely to diminish.
We invite submissions from those wishing to present a paper, which can be in any field of macroeconomics, theoretical or applied. We particularly welcome submissions from young economists.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)