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Topics: - Fiscal implications of alternative retirement income policy designs - Fiscal implications of alternative health policy designs - Implications of retirement age adjustment - Health policy and labour force participation - Life cycle analysis focused on health, ageing and retirement -...
The theme for FMCG 2019 is Capital Markets, Sustainability and Disruptive Technologies, and you are invited to submit papers for presentation at either the conference or the PhD symposium related to all areas which include (but are not limited to): Asset Pricing, Banking, Behavioural Finance,...
This workshop provides a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of econometrics and other quantitative approaches in health economics. Presentations by doctoral students and junior researchers are encouraged. The number of participants is limited to 40.
We invite colleagues in this field (JEL-Classification F0 to F2) to submit papers for presentation at the workshop.
We welcome papers in asset pricing, corporate finance, and all other areas of finance. The conference selection committee includes eminent scholars in every facet of finance.
The 2008-09 global financial crisis is seen as the most cataclysmic macroeconomic event since The Great Depression. Although it affected economies worldwide, it most harmed advanced economies which subsequently endured sub-optimal economic growth, record low interest rates, weak private...
Each year, AARES organises an annual conference which is normally held in February. The aim of these events is to promote the profession of agricultural and resource economics in Australia and other countries, and to foster – in all sections of the economy – interest in and understanding of...
AGEW2019 will provide a forum for researchers and policy analysts to come together to share their insights across a spectrum of topics related to gender equality, and to converse with policymakers about how to translate this knowledge into action. The AGEW2019 program will also feature a Policy...
The conference theme is Global Work, Quality Work? This theme invites us to consider the dilemmas arising from growing disparities in the quality of jobs and from fragmentation of employment, especially in the context of the rapidly changing landscape of global capitalism, labour regulation,...
The goal of this year’s conference is to discuss how the dynamics and uncertainty of the institutional environment may change international business and how multinational enterprises (MNEs) might respond to such challenges in different institutional contexts. The rules of the game are...
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