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The conference aims to explore the determinants of structural transformation and the impact of various policies on it. It will bring together researchers who offer a range of perspectives on the structural transformation underway in rural Africa, and will especially emphasize micro-scale...
The NBER-NSF Conference is part of the Conference on Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (CEME) funded by the NSF and administered by the NBER. The objective is to foster the exchange of ideas between economists and statisticians with interests in analyzing economic time series.
Topics: Asset Pricing; Corporate Finance; Development Economics; Development of the American Economy; Economic Fluctuations and Growth; Economics of Aging; Economics of Children; Economics of Crime; Economics of Education; Economics of Intellectual Property; Economics of IT and Digitization;...
The conference will focus on positive and normative studies of social insurance programmes including unemployment insurance, disability insurance, social security, and medical insurance. A large and increasing fraction of government budgets are allocated to these programmes. Their design varies...
The conference brings together the NBER macroeconomic community to hear, evaluate, and debate six papers covering a range of topics within macroeconomics. We are particularly interested in papers with a strong empirical content and policy relevance, as well as papers that can provide a basis for...
Program NBER/NSF Time Series Conference 2015: - Session 1: Structural Time Series Models - Session 2: VAR Models - Session 3: Dynamic Factor Models - Session 4: Further Issues in Time Series Modeling - Session 5: Network Modeling and Connectedness - Session 6: Special Time Series Models -...
Topics: Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance, Development Economics, Development of the American Economy, Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Economics of Aging, Economics of Children, Economics of Crime, Economics of Education, Economics of Intellectual Property, Economics of IT and Digitization,...
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