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We invite contributions from both senior and junior researchers. Although submissions in all areas of gender and family economics are welcome, there is a particular interest in papers that focus on: - Fertility, parental leave and child care policies, - Investment in children, - Gender equality...
We invite papers, special sessions and roundtables that address (but are not limited to) the following themes: - Methodological innovation in interpretive consumer research; - Theoretical approaches that provide new or alternative ways of understanding consumers, consumption and consumer culture...
The conference chairs invite academics and practitioners to participate and discuss empirical and theoretical research that investigates retail investor products and services, the impact of technology on retail investors, investors’ decision-making, investor protection schemes, and market...
This workshop explores life-course influences on the different aspects of retirement. Example topics are: - how working careers influence retirement age and pensions, - how childhood living conditions influence health and well-being after retirement, - how cumulative (dis)advantages shape social...
In which ways do labour market flexibilisation and subsequent life-course effects challenge pension provision and how do pension systems respond to such challenges? The one-day conference, organized by the Finnish Centre for Pensions, will bring together top researchers and professionals to...
All CESifo Research Network members are invited to submit their papers, which may deal with any topic within the domains of employment and social protection. The area has a wide scope of relevant research. It covers positive and normative research questions that are usually pursued in economic...
There is renewed interest in stochastic choice models, with recent key theoretical and empirical contributions. This involves developments in decision theory, behavioral economics, neuroeconomics, and macroeconomics. The purpose of the workshop is to bring key, diverse scholars that are...
Household-level data on consumption expenditure underpin key policy questions, both microeconomic and macroeconomic, including monetary policy, tax policy, social security, and their relation to consumption, savings, and inequality. While the measurement of consumer expenditures at the household...
The goal of this workshop is to discuss recent developments in the study of the interaction between asset prices, finance and macroeconomics. We encourage submissions of theoretical and empirical papers addressing issues including (but not limited to): - Sources of asset price fluctuations:...
The aim of the Conference is to facilitate the exchange of research ideas and results across a range of fields, including the economics of the household, labour economics, public economics, demography, and health economics.
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