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Institutions and social frictions (associated with inequalities, political conflicts, corruption, and cultural polarization) have emerged as central themes in development economics. This course takes stock of existing research and moves on to draw the outline of the current research frontier....
The conference participants will present and discuss new theoretical approaches and empirical insights into the structuring role of occupations on social stratification and inequality processes. We particularly invite papers dealing with one of the following questions: - How important are...
We invite scholars from economics and related disciplines to submit extended abstracts or full papers. Preference will be given to papers focusing on Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Topics include, but are not limited to: - family policy, fertility, mortality, household...
This residential conference at The University of St. Andrews is a gathering of academics, practitioners and researchers who focus on the teaching, research, theory and practice of social, environmental and sustainability accounting and reporting. The spirit of the conference is interdisciplinary...
This one-day workshop discusses future directions of social inequality research. It especially welcomes young scholars’ work in progress (graduate students and post-docs).
In 2017 program of the USCIA summer school is dedicated to the topic "Between Market, State and Religion: Economic Realities, Social Justice and Faith Traditions". The central aim of the UCSIA summer school 2017 is thus is to reflect upon the evolutions of economic markets interacting with...
The Conference aims to provide a forum for the discussion and promotion of research in social and environmental accounting. The Conference gives the opportunity to present emerging and advanced research papers and projects and to receive feedback from constructive discussions. This is a...
The conference will seek to provide answers to the following questions, amongst others: In particular, but not exclusively, we invite contributions (papers and presentations of projects) that provide solutions to the following challenges and questions: - What measures of inequality are more...
European countries have transformed. Fiscal consolidation, the 2008 financial collapse, demographic changes, the refugee crisis, social movements, unemployment, and new political forces are all a threat to social dialogue, solidarity and the European project. Social policy has played a key role...
Topics: - Public goods, externalities and pro-social behaviour, - Welfare economics without revealed preferences, - Taxation and behavioral economics, - Neo-utilitarianism and happiness research: measures and implications for public intervention, - Social preferences, moral behaviour and...
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