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We seek to bring together researchers from the field of Economics and Psychology who collect and analyze subjective expectations and subjective probabilities in applied work. Potential topics include issues related to measurement, expectations formation, use of expectations in econometric models...
Expectations play a key role in any economic model of decision-making under uncertainty. This workshop aims to bring together researchers from different fields of economics to better understand how individuals form expectations, how they update their expectations after receiving new information,...
Topics: - The effects of minimum wages (e.g. on employment, wage inequality, profitability, exports, incidence of part-time work, undeclared labour, outsourcing, etc). -The effects resulting from the introduction of age-related sub-minimum wage rates. - How should minimum wages be determined,...
This workshop will bring together stakeholders involved in the generation or implementation of evidence-based policy advice. Participants will discuss the state of affairs in different countries (including the UK, the US, and Germany) and in different policy domains (including innovation,...
Recent developments have put international tax issues at the top of the global policy agenda. The US government has proposed a switch from worldwide taxation of corporate profits to territorial taxation while the US Congress is considering an even more fundamental reform of the corporate tax...
This workshop will bring together leading researchers working on the distributional consequences of gloablisation and its political repercussions, both in modern and in historic perspective. The aim is to also bring in important complementary perspectives on this topic drown from history,...
The decision of the UK to leave the EU has given rise to a fundamental debate about the future of political and economic integration in Europe. In this debate the concept of a multi-speed Europe is finding increasing support. But a multi-speed Europe suggests that all countries are heading in...
This 2-day international workshop (a joint initiative of CESifo Group Munich, Liege Competition and Innovation Institute, Telecom Paris Tech, and Toulouse School of Economics) will gather in Paris doctoral students involved in research in the field of the Economics of Digitalization with both...
The organisers invite the submission of papers from all fields of public finance. Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome. Preference will be given to papers from Norway and Germany, but a limited number of papers from other countries will also be accepted.
CESifo is pleased to announce that a new Research Area on the Economics of Digitization has been established within the CESifo Network. This area studies the societal and economic consequences of digitization. It has a wide scope of relevant research and its aim is to bring the leading...
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