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The SABE/IAREP Conference is an event jointly organized by the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics (SABE) and the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology (IAREP). Both associations provide a meeting point of scholars who are interested in the intersection of...
This workshop will assemble a diverse but selective program of talks within the areas covered by its scope. Participation will be by invitation or acceptance of a submitted paper, and will be capped to allow for greater interaction.
The symposium is an academic research conference in the area of macroeconomics, primarily aimed at promoting frontier contributions by junior macroeconomic researchers. The symposium allows the junior researchers to present and discuss their research and to receive advice and constructive...
The financial crisis and the subsequent economic recovery were associated with spectacular price movements in a number asset markets. Understanding these fluctuations and their interactions with the macro economy remains challenging. The conference seeks to bring together innovative work...
The workshop aims at creating a network of researchers working in closely related fields, and is primarily targeted at junior macroeconomists active in Belgium (i.e. junior Faculty members, postdocs or advanced PhD students). Of course, non-Belgian researchers are welcome to participate as well....
Contributions from any academic discipline or theoretical approach that address the challenges and dynamics of the economic, political, legal and social institutions of our time are welcome. Submissions on other aspects of institutional research are also welcome, with preference to those that...
Conference Programm: - "Concerted Efforts? Monetary Policy and Macro-Prudential Tools" Andrea Ferrero (Oxford University), Richard Harrison (Bank of England), Benjamin Nelson (Centre for Macroeconomics); - "Employment, Wages and Optimal Monetary Policy" Martin Bodenstein (Federal Reserve Board),...
The conference will focus on the role of microdata for macroeconomics. Microdata for the purposes of EM3C is broadly defined and includes (but is not limited to) survey data, administrative data, experimental data, expectations data, etc. Work with new, previously unexplored microdata is...
All CESifo Research Network members and all CRC members are invited to submit their papers, which may deal with any topic within the broad domain of behavioural and experimental economics and applications to other fields.
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; Input-Output Modelling.
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