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After the fall of the Soviet Bloc in 1991 a number of prominent researchers explored the diverse forms of capitalism and their evolution. Much of this literature countered both mainstream and orthodox Marxist views that capitalism would tend to gravitate towards one form, such as the Western...
The conference welcomes academics, as well as corporate or government economists. The conference theme: Global Economy after 2020: Emerging Economies, Growth and Population. - Plenary Session 1: " Emerging Economies " - Plenary Session 2: " Growth and Population in Emerging and Advanced Economies "
Topics: - Innovative methods for policy evaluation (e.g. field experiments) - Labor market policies for low-skilled, youth and other disadvantaged unemployed groups/welfare recipients - Policies to integrate refugees and migrants into the labor market - Relationship between labor market policies...
Theme: Effective and Efficient Strategies for the Financial Stability, Sustainability and Development of Asian Emerging Markets. Topics: Asset Pricing; Financial Crises; Auditing; Financial Education; Banking and Financial intermediaries; Financial Inclusion; Behavioral Finance; Financial...
Internationale Arbeitsteilung, Digitalisierung und technologischer Fortschritt stellen Unternehmen vor komplexe, zukunftsentscheidende Fragen, können ganze Wirtschaftszweige bedrohen und viele Arbeitsplätze kosten. Gleichzeitig ergeben sich durch strukturellen Wandel und die damit...
Topics: - Dynamics of unemployment: How does unemployment, and particularly long-run unemployment, adjust to a slowdown in economic activity? Is there symmetry between upturns and downturns? Have these adjustment mechanisms changed in the current crisis environment? What explains variations of...
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