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The conference welcomes academics, as well as corporate or government economists. The conference theme: Global Economy after 2020: Emerging Economies, Growth and Population. - Plenary Session 1: " Emerging Economies " - Plenary Session 2: " Growth and Population in Emerging and Advanced Economies "
Topics: - Innovative methods for policy evaluation (e.g. field experiments) - Labor market policies for low-skilled, youth and other disadvantaged unemployed groups/welfare recipients - Policies to integrate refugees and migrants into the labor market - Relationship between labor market policies...
The JSPE annual conference this year intends to develop our understanding of various economic problems in recent years which show how economic “deadlocks” signal the limit of capitalism. Capitalism, historically, has been driven by prospects of economic growth and profit maximization on a...
Theme: Effective and Efficient Strategies for the Financial Stability, Sustainability and Development of Asian Emerging Markets. Topics: Asset Pricing; Financial Crises; Auditing; Financial Education; Banking and Financial intermediaries; Financial Inclusion; Behavioral Finance; Financial...
Internationale Arbeitsteilung, Digitalisierung und technologischer Fortschritt stellen Unternehmen vor komplexe, zukunftsentscheidende Fragen, können ganze Wirtschaftszweige bedrohen und viele Arbeitsplätze kosten. Gleichzeitig ergeben sich durch strukturellen Wandel und die damit...
The world is changing fast and policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic face a wide range of challenges; be it pushing at bay the spectra of secular stagnation, lowering inequality, defining frameworks to manage new technologies or tackling climate change and migration. In this fourth edition...
Topics: 1. Multi‐level finance and public budgeting; fiscal federalism. 2. Public choice, political economy; voting. 3. Theoretical and empirical analyses of taxation and income redistribution; welfare economics; inequality. 4. Asymmetric and private information; mechanism design; games and...
The Ratio Institute hereby invites young scholars in economics, business administration, political science, sociology and economic history to submit paper proposals for a cross disciplinary symposium in Stockholm, Sweden. The aim of this colloquium is to bring together researchers in different...
The summer school aims at providing an introduction to Keynesian macroeconomics and to the problems of European economic policies to interested graduate students (MA and PhD) and junior researchers. Topics: History and Fundamentals of Post-Keynesian Macroeconomics; Money and Macroeconomics;...
Researchers with an interest in political economy (the interface between economics and politics) are invited to submit papers for the 2019 Silvaplana workshop. Papers can be theoretical and/or empirical. The primary criterion is that papers be judged interesting by the program committee. The...
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