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Recent studies project populations reaching levels of 12-14 billion individuals by the end of the century. This raises a set of questions regarding food security, pandemic threats, and environmental crisis. These issues relate back to Thomas Malthus and the concerns he raised relating to...
The symposium covers all areas of theoretical corporate finance, including theory papers that combine corporate finance theory with a related area such as banking, market micro-structure, asset pricing, and financial accounting.
The Thirty-Sixth International Symposium on Economic Crime is the most extensive and ambitious programme that we have so far attempted to put together. The overarching theme is how we can better identify and render accountable unexplained and suspicious wealth. As we increasingly realise that...
Although papers on all areas of economics and economic policy are welcome (including teaching of economics), there will be one Special Sessions with Invited Speakers on the topic of “Inequality: Trends, Causes, Consequences, Relevant Policies”.
The Search and Matching Network (SaM) is a European network of academic economists working on search and matching models, including models of labour market search, consumer search, money search and housing search. It organizes an Annual Conference, aimed at bringing together prominent...
Topics include but are not limited to: 1. Household heterogeneity, debt accumulation, housing, and aggregate demand. 2. Firm heterogeneity, production networks, and supply contagion. 3. Financial intermediation, credit dry-ups, and macro-prudential policy. 4. Inequality as a source of imbalances.
The conference would be based around 3 themes: 1) Religious Networks 2) Religious Conflict and Extremism 3) Religion and Political Economy.
Although papers on all areas of economics are welcome (including teaching of economics), there will be one Special Sessions with Invited Speakers on the topic of “Economic Policies Since the Global Financial Crisis”.
The title of the Symposium is: Economic Crime - where does the buck stop? Who is responsible - facilitators, controllers and or their advisers? The thirty-fourth international symposium on economic crime has the most ambitious programme both in terms of objective and content that we have so far...
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