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The Forum encourages multi- and interdisciplinary research. In addition to general economic topics we welcome papers on topics in the fields of accounting, Asian economies, behavioral economics, demography, economic philosophy, economic psychology, economic sociology, environmental economics,...
The scope of ISAR is intended to be broad and includes research papers and panels that deal with all aspects of auditing, attestation and assurance. Papers that utilize any of a broad range of research methodologies will be considered.
The IAEE International Conference is a four-day conference on energy business, markets and policy. Over 500 international particpants are expected to attend from all over the world. Conference participants include policy makers, consultants, representatives from energy businesses and academia.
As part of the 2018 EURA Conference in Tilburg, the Tilburg Center for Regional Law and Governance (TiREG) organizes a one-day pre-conference PhD Workshop on June 20th, 2018. In addition to discussing the state-of-the-art in urban and regional research and methods, the workshop will focus on...
This summer, the 13th Tinbergen Institute Conference will be held on International Trade and Development at the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam. The TI conference is held every year but on different topics.
The topic of the conference is: "Reconciling urban and regional strengths of the past with developments in the future" Tracks: - Citizenship in city and region; changing patterns of civic attachment? - Multi-level governance capacity: new dilemmas in regional settings, - Managing Urban and...
This conference aims to bring together leading economists from central banks, academia, and other research institutions to consider what we have learned in the ten years since the onset of the global financial crisis about ensuring financial stability, what open questions remain, and what policy...
Theme: Reinventing Capitalism – Business Ethics and its contribution to the "Doux Commmerce" Topics: - A capitalist critique on the new economy. - Labor market consequences of the new economy. - Individual and societal consequences of new forms of labor (including work-life balance). -...
This course will arm you with tools to measure health inequality. It will also make you familiar with models developed to explain socioeconomic disparities in health and competent in empirical methods used to estimate socioeconomic determinants of health. The course is targeted at economists...
Topics: relevant to social network analysis, including theory, methods, and applications of social network analysis.
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