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All papers that present an alternative economic perspective on the conference theme 'Can the EU still be saved? The implications of a multi-speed Europe' are welcomed. In particular, we encourage submissions specific to one of the following topics on which the workshops will be based. Topics: -...
The conference will focus on recent challenges for macroeconomic policies and structural reform design, with an emphasis on micro-macro linkages. Issues of particular interest include the links between international trade and competitiveness, the implications of dispersed productivity growth,...
The Program Committee invites submissions for about 15 presentations from academic researchers doing program evaluation research on policy issues related to the labor market. Papers that include innovative approaches or methodological contributions are of particular interest. Topics: -...
Sub-­themes: 1. Socially and economically just alternatives, 2. Global supply chains and implications for labour, 3. Changing technology and the world of work, 4. Building Movements against Neoliberalism and Neo-­nationalism.
The aim of the conference is to bring the discussion on recent trends in inequalities in the spotlight of the debate among political circles and policy makers. Topics will provide wider scope to the conference, ranging from the concept of inequality to the potential policies. Specific attention...
Confrence main theme: "Deregulation and Stable Growth Policy to Overcome the Deceleration of the World Economy" Plenary Session 1: Energy Reform and Economic Growth Policy Plenary Session 2: Politics and Economics of the TPP and Other Free Trade Agreements Theme-related papers will be welcomed.
The workshop will bring together leading economists from central banks and academic institutions to consider critical issues related to policy coordination between instruments and between countries. The financial crisis and the ensuing slow recovery brought to the forefront policy coordination...
Amid today’s formidable challenges, well-designed and effective structural reforms are key to shaping Europe’s future and facilitating its return to balanced growth and convergence. The CEEI 2017 will revisit the profound market reforms carried out in Central, Eastern and Southeastern...
The two-day workshop will serve as a forum to present current research results in political economy and will give researchers the opportunity to network. Both theoretical and empirical studies are welcome.
The themes for the 59th ISLE Annual Conference are: - Informality, Labour Market and Employment - Macro-Economic Policies and Employment - Technological Change and Employment
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