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Non-selfish behavior has been documented in many experiments. However, our understanding of many facets of pro- as well as anti-social behavior is still incomplete. We invite exciting new contributions on social behavior from fields like economics, psychology, political sciences, anthropology or...
The aim of the workshop is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of various themes concerning social norms in multi-ethnic societies. Social norms attract wide interest in many fields of social sciences, and appear to be highly relevant in societies that include groups having...
The workshop has the aim of bringing together high quality papers that deal with (i) wage dispersion and inequality; (ii) worker heterogeneity and mismatch unemployment; (iii) labor market policy. Both theoretical and empirical contributions are welcome.
Group identity shapes the behavior of people. It can foster both cooperation within the group and competition with outsiders. However, we also observe conflicts within groups and cooperation between groups. Various group characteristics and institutions moderate these effects. For this workshop...
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.
The purpose of the workshop is to stimulate research in the search and matching literature and to bring together high-profile researchers with younger colleagues. The work presented at the workshop should cover theoretical as well as empirical contributions to the search literature. Given the...
The aim of the workshop is to offer a stimulating environment where PhD students and young researchers can exchange ideas about their work with experienced researchers. We welcome contributions from all areas of dynamic macroeconomics. Topics of interest include in particular: - Dynamic...
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together young and established researchers with an interest in new political economy and public choice. Papers are invited from all branches of the subject and can be theoretical and/or empirical.
This conference is the final conference within the Research and Training Network (RTN) “Microstructure of Financial Markets in Europe ” financed by the European Union. We invite researchers to submit papers on all disciplines in the field of high frequency finance, financial economics,...
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