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The main motivation for the workshop is to shed more light on insolvencies, which as the dark side of firm dynamics have so far received little scientific attention despite their important role for a functioning economy. The insolvency law should set the selection framework that liquidates...
The Research Center SAFE is organizing and hosting the 4th SAFE Asset Pricing Workshop to stimulate the discussion on current developments in the field. Papers in all areas of asset pricing are invited.
The aim of the workshop is to gather about 30 researchers working on the economics of education, in particular on the theme "Making schools work - better". Topics: - Easing school-to-work transition - Evaluation of schooling reforms - School financing - Technological change in the classroom -...
Die Digitalisierung erhält zunehmend Einzug in die Energiewirtschaft. Dies wird mit der Einführung intelligenter Messsysteme deutlich, die zu einer Vernetzung von Erzeugung, Verbrauch und Netzsituation beitragen sollen. Was aber sind die ökonomischen Chancen der Digitalisierung der...
The workshop aims at facilitating the networking of young scientists and at promoting the exchange of their latest research across the range of regional economics, persistency in regional inequality, regional structural change and place-based policies. Policy relevant contributions, both...
The ANICANET project aims at gaining empirically founded insights into strategies stimulating the revitalisation of livestock husbandry in the five Central Asian countries. It emphasises quantitative data collection across countries and the promotion of research capacity in Central Asia. The...
Instructors: Christoph Böhringer, Ed Balistreri and Volker Clausen This workshop provides a practical guideline to CGE modeling of open economies using data of the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) which includes detailed national accounts on production and consumption together with...
The workshop will focus on the broad economic implications of commodity markets. We invite researchers to submit papers on any aspect of the economics of commodities (including energy, metals, and agricultural products) and their interaction with the broader economy.
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 EBS Symposium is one of Europe’s largest and most prestigious student-run business conferences. With a history spanning 27 years, the EBS Symposium offers speeches, workshops, a recruiting and an innovation fair. This three-day event gathers about 1000 participants from the best...
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