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The conference will review the current financial architecture and analyze recent developments. It will also try to estimate how the financial system is likely to evolve in the near future and to consider the relevant measures policymakers should take in response to the current...
This workshop provides a forum for theoretical and applied research and focuses on the interaction between household heterogeneity and macroeconomic developments. The organisers encourage submissions in the following broad areas: - household heterogeneity and the monetary transmission...
The International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) invites members to submit panel proposals, session proposals, and individual paper submissions on any area of feminist inquiry into economic issues, including: - Gender and the business cycle - Feminist approaches to institutional...
Recent developments have propelled discussions on what firms, governments and private individuals are doing with data on consumers’ clicks, mouse scrolls, downloads, movements, and purchases. These discussions are happening simultaneously in several parliaments, courts, boardrooms and homes....
The workshop will focus on labor market research. Within this field, theoretical and empirical contributions from both the micro- and macro-perspective are welcome. Topics: Labour Supply, Labour Demand and Unemployment; Social Inequality and Discrimination; Gender and Family; Evaluation of...
Netspar stimulates innovative academic research in all disciplines in the social sciences related to aging and retirement. Topics of interest related to aging and retirement are: - Wellbeing and Welfare of Older People, - Communication and choice, - Work, Retirement, Housing, and Healthcare, -...
Topics: Fertility; Families and Households; Health, Mortality and Epidemics; Intergenerational Relations and Ageing; Human Capital, Education and Labour Market; Methods, Models, and Innovative Data; Migration, Mobility, and Ethnicity; Development, Environment and History; Inequality and Demography.
lp-Pop brings together scholars interested in population issues across several disciplines, including demography, economics, epidemiology, political science, sociology and psychology. The conference emphasizes empirical rigor and innovation over a given topic or geographical area, and meets the...
The aim of the workshop is to unite researchers to integrate new insights from behavioral economics into the toolkit used to address food consumption issues. The focus is on heuristics and choice processes in food decision making.
The seminar addresses these questions by an exchange of current ideas and knowledge related to the effect of human personal characteristics, values, rationality, attitudes, emotions, goals, cognition etc. on production and consumption decisions. Such insights are important for the advancement of...
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