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The main purpose of this workshop is to produce high quality debates to learn from past experience and draw some perspectives for a better future in the Eurozone. We invite paper submission on various topics; both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome. Topics: − Monetary policy, optimal...
The aim of the conference, organised every year since 1974, is to bring together scientists who work in the field of econometric modelling in order to facilitate the exchange of views and experience. Within the scope of interest are issues such as the problems of estimation, simulation,...
The aim of the conference is to discuss the possibilities of including biodiversity as part of natural capital in the company's management accounting, including valuation options for these purposes. Furthermore, from the point of view of reporting, the use of natural capital accounting,...
The Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group solicits applications in all areas of macroeconomics to be presented at its 33rd annual meeting. The conference will consist of 14-16 papers along with discussants. The conference is open to all with a general interest in macroeconomics.
The workshop provides a platform to discuss new developments in the field of empirical and applied macroeconomic modelling and aims at bringing together academic researchers and practitioners. We invite applied and theoretical papers dealing with time series and broad macroeconomic topics....
Submission of papers in all areas of macroeconomics is encouraged. The selected papers to be presented will, however, reflect the interest of the organizers and participants.
The conference will bring together leading researchers in real-time analysis of economic data and will cover topics such as real-time macro- and financial econometrics, forecasting, and macroeconomic policy analysis, among others. Topics: - Nowcasting, forecasting, and real-time monitoring of...
Contributions from any academic discipline or theoretical approach that address the challenges and dynamics of the economic, political, legal and social institutions of our time are welcome.
Professor Wouter den Haan and Dr Pontus Rendahl will teach the course. It is primarily aimed at participants in the Euro Area Business Cycle Network but applications will also be considered from doctoral students, post-doctoral researchers and economists working in central banks and government...
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