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Research themes: - global development and governance, - sustainability and corporate social responsibility, - reporting and regulations, - corporate governance, - auditing, fraud and corruption, - managerial controls, - islamic finance, micro-finance and SMEs, - culture, religion, ethnicity and...
We seek to bring together researchers from the field of Economics and Psychology who collect and analyze subjective expectations and subjective probabilities in applied work. Potential topics include issues related to measurement, expectations formation, use of expectations in econometric models...
The 50th Essex Summer School takes place between 10 July and 18 August 2017. The Summer School consists of three two-week sessions. Each session offers a variety of post graduate level courses. Courses usually run for two weeks, infrequent exceptions run for one week only. Courses cover various...
Topics: - Banking and Finance - Empirical corporate finance - Empirical industrial organization - Experimental economics and finance - Labour economics - International economics - Economics of development - Political economy - Public economics and finance
This workshop will bring together policymakers and academics with an interest in the implications of ambiguity in financial and macroeconomic contexts. Submissions of theoretical and empirical papers on the following issues are welcome. - Aspects of ambiguity, inattention, information frictions,...
We welcome empirical papers about any aspect of inequality in economic outcomes (household income, consumption, wealth, earnings, employment) in developed societies, and papers that assess how welfare states are responding, or might respond.
The 2014 conference will critically examine established thinking and bring together a range of new perspectives on identifying future directions for macroeconomics and policy. Developments from at least three new branches of economics, agent-based computational, complexity and behavioural...
Conference Theme: People, Opportunities and Technologies The 4th Leuphana Conference on Entrepreneurship will explore the interaction between three critical dimensions of entrepreneurship and innovation - people, the opportunitiy, and technology. Entrepreneurship emerges as an outcome of the...
The workshop has the aim of bringing together high quality papers that deal with wage dispersion and inequality over the business cycle; worker reallocation and mismatch unemployment; and firm dynamics, job creation and job destruction.
Conference Theme - Entrepreneurship and Society: Creating Social, Economic, Cultural and Personal Value The conference theme covers a range of issues critical to societies and economies in changing times and to the development of entrepreneurship as a major catalyst for social and economic change.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)