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The workshop will focus on the broad economic implications of commodity markets. We invite researchers to submit papers on any aspect of the economics of commodities (including energy, metals, and agricultural products) and their interaction with the broader economy.
The conference is open for submissions within any sub-field of behavioural and experimental economics. PhD students are encouraged to submit papers and to participate in the conference. This will be an excellent opportunity for economists working on these issues to share their ongoing research...
The goal of this workshop is to bring together European applied macroeconomists to discuss current frontier research on a regular basis. Applications from economists from all French and European institutions are welcomed in all fields of applied macroeconomics and applied econometrics including...
Submission of papers in all areas of macroeconomics is encouraged.
The conference aims to bring together high-quality research that is at the intersection of labor economics and macroeconomics. We invite researchers to submit related empirical and theoretical contributions. Papers using microeconomic data are especially welcome. Among the areas of interest...
Conference Themes: - Biophysical Limits, - Equity, Social Justice and the Commons, - Alternative Movements and Discourses, - Finance, Markets and Ecological Macroeconomics, - Pathways to Change: Tools and Strategies.
The purpose of the conference (which will take place in Munich) is to bring together CESifo and CRC members to present and discuss their ongoing research, and to stimulate interaction and co-operation between them. All CESifo research network members and all CRC members are invited to submit...
Program: Session 1: Business Cycles, Session 2: Complementarities, Session 3: Keynote Speaker: Paul Beaudry, University of British Columbia What Should Business Cycle Theory be Aiming to Explain? Session 4: Labour, Session 5: Bank of Canada Session on International Macroeconomics, Session 6:...
Conference topics: - National Economy Models - Modelling Economies in Transition - Forecasting and Evaluation of Forecasts - EU and EMU Enlargement Issues - Modelling Inflation and Unemployment - Modelling Foreign Trade - Financial Econometrics - Control Theory and Economic Modelling -...
Papers are invited in the following theme areas: - National Accounts; - Productivity; - Poverty and Inequality; - Human Capital and Education; - Regional Integration and Global Value Chains; - Well-being, including Health, Food Security and Hunger; - Labour market, Skills and Jobs; - Structural...
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