7 - 8 December 2016 / Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA / Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Stanford University

We will be running a two-day conference on empirical management, focused on exploring recent empirical research on measuring and exploring management and organisational practices. 

The conference takes place at MIT on December 7-8, 2016.

Attendees are expected to attend the full conference. If for any reason you cannot attend the full conference please note this in your submission.

Please send papers to Emily Manning ([email protected]) by September 1, 2016. Accepted papers will be notified by end of September.

13 - 14 December 2016 / European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, Germany / Centre for Ecomomic Policy Research (CEPR) and the European Central Bank (ECB)

The 12th Joint ECB/CEPR Labour Market Workshop focuses on how the crisis has affected wage dynamics, how wage adjustments have varied with underlying structural differences, and how the wage dynamics have shaped macroeconomic outcomes.


Those with a CEPR profile are requested to submit their papers by 6 p.m. Friday, 9 September 2016 here: http://dev3.cepr.org/accounts/login.asp?NewURL=/accounts/config/accountconfig.asp.If you have any difficulties in submitting your paper, please send this to Amanda Vincent-Rous in the CEPR Events team, at [email protected]


15 - 16 December 2016 / London / Bank of England, Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis, CEPR and Centre for Macroeconomics

The global financial crisis has had a profound impact on output and productivity in advanced and emerging economies. In response, policymakers around the world have acted boldly with monetary policy, macro-prudential policy and regulation.

Is productivity being held back by financial factors - such as the lack of long term finance for long term investment - or is productivity being held back by real economy factors, such as globalisation and demographics? The recent crisis has also spurred a reassessment of the relationship between the level (and type) of finance and growth. Could weak productivity growth owe in part to wasteful investment spending or an undersupply of financial services? How does the mix of early and late stage financing drive investment and productivity? This conference aims to bring together perspectives on these big questions, as they will provide important guidance for future policy actions.

2 - 3 March 2017 / Brussels / Vrije Universiteit Brussel, INFER

This workshop aims at bringing together experts in the analysis of news, forecasting, uncertainty and the role of expectations in fiscal policy. The main purpose is to debate issues in the theoretical and empirical analysis of expectations in fiscal policy, and what new insights the latest analysis can deliver to policymakers.

Changes in the behaviour of fiscal and monetary policy influence beliefs about the way debt will be stabilized. Time consistent policies that are bound by rules are just one of the possible regimes. There have been large shifts in the policy mix in economic history. Exiting from current strategies might be complicated and not time-consistent anymore. If policies become locked in, and economic agents start to believe future changes are unlikely, the effects of fiscal and monetary policy may change.

31 March - 1 April 2017 / German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) and Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany / Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW)

The conference focuses on all aspects of firm level decisions and firm level developments as they impact upon labor market outcomes in industrialized countries.
We invite empirical and theoretical contributions on this topic from all areas of economics, management research, and sociology.

Keynote speakers: Sandra Black (University of Texas at Austin), Roberto Fernandez (MIT) and Michael Waldman (Cornell University)

Participation: Please submit full papers (or preliminary versions) in PDF to Arne Jonas Warnke via e-mail: [email protected] Travel and accommodation costs will be reimbursed for speakers.

Deadline for paper submission: December 4, 2016

The conference is sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG, as part of the Priority Programme SPP 1764), by the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), Berlin, and by the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn.

19 - 22 April 2017 / Budapest, Hungary / Central European University

The 2017 Meeting of the European Public Choice Society will be held from April 19 – 22, 2017 at the Central European University’s School of Public Policy in Budapest, Hungary. The European Public Choice Society promotes scientific research on the economics and politics of public and non-market decision-making, political economy and the economics of institutions. About 250 researchers from different fields such as economics, political science and other social sciences meet annually to discuss the current issues in all fields of Public Choice. Submissions will be accepted from September 1 until November 29, 2016.

15 - 15 May 2017 / University of Lille / University of Lille

The aim of the conference is to reflect on the limits of current data used to study migration and to connect producers and academic users of migration data. The organizing committee invites the submission of high-quality academic papers that use different datasets (administrative, survey, experimental). A roundtable will be organized with stake-holders that facilitate data collection and dissemination (DGEF, IAB, INED, OECD).

Key note speaker: Herbert BRÜCKER (University of Bamberg, IAB, IZA) “Causes and consequences of refugee migration: new evidence from the German refugee survey”

If you would like to submit a paper please send an email to [email protected]. In the case of multiple-authored papers, indicate who will present and whether or not the presenter would also be willing to act as a discussant. Authors will be notified about the acceptance of papers and the conference programme by the end of March, 2017.


15 - 16 June 2017 / London / EBRD and Bank of England

The sixth edition of the MoFiR workshop on banking will be held in London on June 15-16, 2017. It is organized by the Money and Finance Research group (MoFiR) together with the Bank of England and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and sponsored by the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis (Imperial College Business School); the Department of Economics and Social Sciences of the Università Politecnica delle Marche; and the Review of Finance.

The organizing committee of this small informal workshop invites submissions of high-quality theoretical and empirical research on financial intermediation in both advanced economies and emerging markets.

The keynote speakers will be Mariassunta Giannetti (Stockholm School of Economics) and Anil Kashyap (University of Chicago Booth School of Business).

A special issue of the Review of Finance will be published under the editorship of Andrew Ellul.

29 - 30 June 2017 / Rua Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200-464 Porto PORTUGAL / School of Economics and Management, University of Porto (FEP)

The 3rd International Conference on Energy & Environment: bringing together Economics and Engineering is organized by FEP (School of Economics and Management, University of Porto) and the School of Engineering, University of Minho. It will take place at FEP, in Porto, on the 29 and 30 of June 2017.