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The Food and Health Economics Workshop brings together researchers from around the world working in the field of Food and Health Economics. The workshop provides a forum that encourages the development, critical appraisal and dissemination of methodological research related to food and health...
There will be a poster session to which PhD students and post-docs are most welcome to submit application. The workshop is open to all.
The threat of climate change has increased the number of environmental regulations that might impact economic growth. This 1.5 day workshop is aimed at advancing the understanding and quantifying the impact of environmental regulation on firms’ choices and market outcomes. In particular, it...
Cofrence Progam: - Inference on the Tail Process with Application to Financial Time Series Modelling, - Testing the Eigenvalue Structure of Integrated Covariance with Applications, - A Factor Model for Systemic Risk Using Mutually Exciting Jumps, - Realized SemiCovariances: Looking for Signs of...
The conference aims to shed light on what are the characteristics of a resilient and growth promoting financial system, with a view on banking and financial markets integration in Europe. Research papers will analyze various issues such as the link between financial structure and growth, the...
All papers related to the economics of energy and/or climate change are welcome, in particular: - Energy and development, - Evolution of power industry structure, - Innovation, - Renewables, - Climate policy, - The future of nuclear, - Customer engagement.
(EC)2 is a series of annual international conferences on research in quantitative economics and econometrics. The first conference in the series was organized in 1990. The acronym (EC)2 stands for Conferences of the Econom[etr]ics Community. The main aim of these conferences is to provide a...
The organizers invite submissions of papers that deal with taxation theory. Papers may be either normative or positive (e.g., political economy). Empirical papers will be considered provided that the empirical analysis makes essential use of theoretical model.
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