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The conference will provide a robust but relaxed forum for researchers and policy makers to come together and discuss issues related to the design, financing, delivery and impact of social security. Topics. - Child Poverty and Public Policy in Anglo-Saxon Countries: - Intra-Household Allocation...
The conference brings together researchers in choice theory, experimental economics and behavioral economics who are interested in how bounds on rationality play out in individual decisions and interactive situations.
Expectations play a key role in any economic model of decision-making under uncertainty. This workshop aims to bring together researchers from different fields of economics to better understand how individuals form expectations, how they update their expectations after receiving new information,...
The workshop hosts both empirical and theoretical papers in this growing research area. Particular recent topics of interest include: - Pricing and consumer search in online markets - The role of search engines and other forms of intermediation in the markets with search frictions - Consumer...
The special theme of the meeting will be “Household Finance”. However, as usual at SSES meetings, contributed papers across a wide range of topics will be welcome, including: macroeconomics, microeconomics, finance, economic policy, regulation, public economics, economic history, political...
There is renewed interest in stochastic choice behavior, with recent key theoretical and empirical contributions. The purpose of this workshop is to bring scholars currently working on stochastic choice, from various perspectives, including decision theory, experimental economics,...
ACR’s mission is to advance consumer research and facilitate the exchange of scholarly information among members of academia, industry, and government worldwide. One of the key functions of ACR is to facilitate the growth and advancement of the field of consumer research.
This conference will explore two particular issues. First, it will study social policies in relation to demographic dynamics and address social policy as a response to and at the same time attempt to manage demographic challenges. How do social policies in East and Southeast Europe respond to...
ESPE is Europe’s leading research society in population economics and fosters academic exchange around important socio-economic issues such as: (1) drivers of social inequality, (2) children’s outcomes, (3) integration of immigrants in the labour market, (4) well-being and health, (5)...
Conference program: Session A 1: Culture and Gender, Session A 2: Education and Training in Developing Economies, Session A 3: Educational Outcomes, Session A 4: Employment Protection, Session A 5: Female Labor Force Participation, Session A 6: Health and Labor, Session A 7: Inequality and...
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