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URPE Sessions: - Sraffa, Austrian Capital Theory, and Policy Analysis - Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise: Place-based Analyses of Racial-ethic Inequality in Wealth and Health - Class, Power, Gender, and Poverty, - Income Distribution, Low-Income Borrowing, and Housing Exclusion, - Radical Political...
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...
Theme of the Conference: Financial Market and Policy & Financial and Economic Policy for ASEAN Countries. Topics: Issues of TPP; Corporate Governance; Financial Engineering; Executive Compensation Schemes; Venture Capital; Market Microstructure; Financial Reform after Financial Crisis; Options &...
The conference is intended to discuss ongoing research on survey and micro data and its role and usage in macroeconomics. Papers, theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented, are actively solicited on issues like: - methodology of business surveys - uncertainty modelling - survey data and the...
The workshop provides a platform to discuss new developments in the field of empirical and applied macroeconomic modelling and aims at bringing together academic researchers and practitioners. We invite applied and theoretical papers dealing with time series, business cycles, mixed frequency...
The Workshop is intended to bring together academics and practitioners to discuss recent developments in macroeconomics. We encourage contributions in all areas of macroeconomics, particularly those relevant to an open economy such as Australia.
Papers from all areas of behavioral finance and economics will be considered. Researchers from other related disciplines such as experimental finance and neuro-finance are encouraged to submit a paper.
URPE Sessions: - Macroeconomic Studies of Labor Market, - Stabilizing an Unstable International Monetary System- Current and Historical Perspectives, - Empirical and Theoretical Developments in Marxian Political Economy, - Topics in economic development: explorations and evidence from...
The organizers are especially interested in contributions discussing challenges brought forward by emerging issues in macro and finance after the financial crisis and their implications for policymakers and macro modelers.
The aim of this two-day workshop is to bring together researchers working on topics in Empirical Macroeconomics to present and discuss their ongoing research. We invite contributions on issues related to Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Business Cycle Analysis or International Macroeconomics.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)