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Submissions exploring the inclusiveness of finance anywhere in the world are welcome. We welcome papers focusing on, but not limited to, the following themes: Theme 1: Unpacking digital utopianism and financial inclusion as development tools. Theme 2: Political Economy and Macroeconomic...
We invite submissions from a range of topics covering - Large granular structured or unstructured data sources (administrative data, web data, from the “digital exhaust”, text data), - Machine Learning for prediction and understanding the economy, - Methods (matching, filtering or cleaning...
Topics: - The impact of the financial crisis on arts organizations; - Human resource management in a new institutional context: threats, fears and opportunities; - Managing the heritage chain from archaeological discovery to museum access; - National variations and commonalities in managing arts...
The Finance and Society Network (FSN) is an interdisciplinary research network dedicated to fostering new perspectives on the social implications of contemporary finance. Ten years on from the global financial crisis, the settlement between finance and society remains ambiguous. Regulation has...
The workshop covers topics in research not typically covered in economics training. It will be held for the second time at the University of Leeds, which has a continuing tradition of doing economics in open, critical ways. The workshop is open to any Ph.D. students, but UK-registered Ph.D....
Conference papers address economic analysis of the broad issues relevant for economic development in Africa. Papers discussing countries other than those in Africa are welcome, providing they deal with issues central to African development.
The mission of AACSB International is to foster engagement, accelerate innovation, and amplify impact in business education. AACSB events cover the most relevant and timely issues in business education, enabling you to share best practices with your peers, locally and globally.
The Labour in History & Economics Conference will bring together labour historians, economic historians, and labour economists at Oxford from 15–16 April 2019. Our three organizing themes are migration, markets, and the work environment. Potential panels include: - Workers’ decision-making...
Submissions of papers are invited from the General Sessions from academic, government and business economists in any field of economics and econometrics.
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