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The objective of the Experimental Economics program is to offer young scholars a crash course in empirical methods aimed at understanding economic behavior: how to design, implement and analyze an experiment so to answer a research question. The summer school is methodological in nature,...
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....
This program is designed to provide an overview of concepts and techniques essential for the analysis of health policies, at the frontier of health economics research. Instructors will develop the following topics, centered on health policies: economic preferences and behavior, demand and supply...
This programme addresses recent debates at the frontier of the field: the unbundling of production processes, the distributive effects of trade, the role of large firms in the global economy and finally the Ricardian revival: - Contemporary Ricardian Theory - Global Value Chains - Large firms in...
The conference will provide a forum to discuss innovative theoretical and empirical research in international and development economics.Interested researchers are invited to send a paper dealing with those topics.
SASE’s 29th conference, to be held in Lyon from 29 June to 1 July 2017, will explore the various impacts of these new forms of exchange and production on different sectors in a comparative way. It will inquire about the future of the collaborative (and disruptive) economy – will it really...
SING13 is the thirteenth in the series of Spain-Italy-Netherlands Meetings on Game Theory. The conference program will consist of a number of invited lectures and contributed papers. We welcome contributions from all areas of game theory, including, but not limited to: - Cooperative games and...
Standard economics has been the subject of many critiques. Mainstream economic models and analysis rely on a level of sophistication that is hard to justify from an introspective viewpoint but also considering the large body of experimental evidence. Recent years have witnessed a flurry of...
This program will consist of three main topics in Industrial Organization: Economics of Platforms, Competition Policy and new empirical aspects of industry dynamics and productivity. The program offers a blend of theory and empirics.
The World Congress is designed to provide extensive discussion of new and innovative research in economic history, with an expected 90-100 papers to be selected for presentation and discussion. We particularly encourage paper proposals from graduate students.
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