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Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE) invite paper submissions on the relationships between finance and labor …
Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE) invite paper submissions on the relationships between finance and labor …
We would like to invite papers analyzing the implications of heterogeneity for macroeconomics. This would ideally combine both a theoretical/methodological contribution with some empirical work. The focus will be on three areas in particular: firm level heterogeneity in terms of productivity,...
This session will focus on the role that families, and modeling households in more detail than what is standard in macroeconomics, play in determining aggregate outcomes. This includes, but is not limited to, issues related to fertility, marriage and divorce, female labor supply, home...
We will focus on work looking at the organization of firms – for example issues such as the distribution of decision making authority within firms, the hierarchical structure of firms, information flows with firms, management systems, ownership structure of firms or any other organizational...
This session will bring together scholars undertaking theory-based empirical research in all fields of microeconomics - Labor Economics, Industrial Organization (IO), Public Finance, Environmental Economics and Urban Economics. Recent advances in econometric techniques and increases in...
The purpose of this SITE workshop is to bring together researchers studying the joint determination of dynamic investment and financial policies. Research questions include how optimal investment policy changes today if financing frictions may prevent firms from investing at the first-best level...
The workshop focuses on econometric theory and empirical issues related to high frequency data. We encourage submissions that address the link of high frequency based quantities to economic fundamentals and economic news. Topics such as estimation and forecasting with high frequency data are...
This SITE workshop seeks to bring together researchers collecting innovative types of data, typically in a developing country context, and researchers working on methodology and theory more generally. The aim is to examine the links between these new methods of data collection and economic theory.
The field of "psychology and economics" focuses on systematic deviations from the standard economic model and asks how they affect important economic decisions such as savings, investment, labor supply, or purchase decisions. To do this, "behavioral economics" builds upon insights from a variety...
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