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SESSION I Paper: « Democracy, Government Hiring, and Quality of Local Public Goods » SESSION II Paper: « Buyer Competence in Procurement: Evidence on Cooperation, Incentives and Skills » SESSION III Paper: « More Women in Tech? Evidence from a field experiment addressing social identity...
We encourage submissions related to any aspect of the entire spectrum of challenges and opportunities facing the bioeconomy related to the themes mentioned or other related topics such as: - Science and technology policies; - New approaches for financing inventions and innovations; - The role of...
To celebrate its 20th anniversary and to contribute to enhanced understanding and improved information about the impact and role of science in a modern economy, ICABR will convene a conference in Ravello in June 2016 on the theme Transforming the Bioeconomy: Behavior, Innovation and Science. We...
The 2016 SASE conference in Berkeley, California will seek contributions that explore the relationship between economy and morality from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives, reaching back to SASE's origins and moving forward into new territories.
Objectives: To gather scholars working on organizational economics issues with an empirical dimension, with a slight preference for young scholars.
We offer a three-day hands-on course in which you will learn the workings of the most misunderstood and controversial set of government actions that have ever impacted contemporary food commodity price and policy analysis. In assessing the broad spectrum of proclaimed policy goals, this course...
The Organizing Committee of the 19th ICABR Conference invites the submission of abstracts and session proposals addressing the theme of the impact of the Bioeconomy on agricultural sustainability, the environment and human health. Possible themes for individual presentations and panel sessions...
The one day conference on Behavioral Health Economics will include 6-8 presentations of ongoing or completed research at the nexus of behavioral economics and health, both in developing and developed countries. It will also feature a keynote address from Anna Fruttero, author of the World...
Conference Program: Session 1: Credit and Insurance Session 2: Public Service Delivery Session 3: Public Finance Session 4: Agriculture
The Organizing Committee of the 17th ICABR Conference invites the submission of abstracts, and session proposals addressing the theme: Innovation and Policy for the Bioeconomy. The European Commission has defined the bioeconomy as consisting of “…. the production of renewable biological...
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