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The SABE/IAREP Conference is an event jointly organized by the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE) and the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP). Both associations provide a meeting point of scholars who are interested in the intersection of...
The broader objective of this series of events is to provide advanced training for young researchers from all over Europe and beyond on important disciplines of economics and econometrics. The topic of the 13th Advanced Summer School is on "Nonparametric Methods for Practitioners: Theory with...
The key objective of the VBER2018 is to bring together academics, practitioners and policymakers to discuss ongoing research on a wide range of theoretical and empirical issues related to financial development, economic growth, poverty and inequality in the emerging markets. Papers from PhD...
The 2nd summer school in Psychological Game Theory is meant to provide graduate students with all necessary tools to start independently new game-theoretic works modeling belief-dependent emotions, and run related experimental tests, using an interdisciplinary approach. In particular, students...
The Congress theme of “Employment for a Sustainable Society: What is to Be Done?” highlights the fact that employment relations have been changed and there are many challenges to tackle for a sustainable society. On that note, we encourage submissions of works with multiple disciplinary...
The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in all areas of finance, economics and banking.
We welcome all papers on the topics of Economics and Finance to be presented at APEF 2018.
We particularly encourage submissions of papers that provide good theory or empirical evidence on the following topics: - Technical progress over the long run and its labor market effects - Uneven adoption of ITC technologies across the OECD countries, and the impact on growth and labor...
The aim of the 3rd Workshop on Psychological Game Theory would be bringing together psychologists and game theorists, so as for the former to provide the latter with hints about how to model new belief-dependent emotions (new with respect to those already studied in behavioral game theory, e.g.,...
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