Events

13 - 13 March 2020 / London / The UK Network for Environmental Economists (UKNEE)

The UK’s Network of Environmental Economists (UKNEE) will hold its annual envecon: Applied Environmental Economics conference on Friday 13th March 2020 at the Royal Society in London. This one day conference, now in its 18th year, envecon brings together environmental economists from public and private sectors, academia and consultancy to share results of recent research and to discuss issues relevant to the practical application of environmental economics in the UK, Europe and elsewhere.

To view the Agenda in full: https://www.uknee.org.uk/agenda

To register on-line: https://www.uknee.org.uk/envecon2020-registration

20 - 20 March 2020 / University of Paris Nanterre / EconomiX-CNRS and the Doctoral School EOS (Université Paris Ouest - Nanterre La Défense), CeReFiM (University of Namur), LFIN (Université Catholique de Louvain-Louvain School of Management) and LEO (Université d'Orléans)

EconomiX-CNRS and the Doctoral School EOS (Université Paris Ouest - Nanterre La Défense), CeReFiM (University of Namur), LFIN (Université Catholique de Louvain-Louvain School of Management) and LEO (Université d'Orléans) are co-organizing the 9th PhD Student Conference in International Macroeconomics and Financial Econometrics. The conference will be held on March 20, 2020 in Nanterre, France.
Sessions and covered topics:

International macroeconomics:

Exchange rates, exchange-rate regimes, international monetary system;
Economic growth, business cycles and economic policies;
Banking economics and central banking; systemic risk, microprudential and macroprudential supervisions;
International macroeconomics: other topics.

Financial econometrics:

Asset prices and market volatility, asset allocation;
Systemic risk, financial network, interbank network;
Interactions between financial markets and energy markets;
Survey data, asset prices expectations and earnings forecasts;
Credit risk, stress tests and default probabilities estimations; Sovereign wealth funds, institutional investors;
Yield curve modeling, stocks-bonds nexus, etc…;
M&A, corporate governance, etc…;
Financial econometrics: other topics.

Priority will be given to papers with original contributions and empirical applications that address a relevant economic question within the aforementioned topics and have no senior co-authors.

Important dates and submission procedure:
Submission deadline: January 10, 2020
Acceptance decision: Mid-February 2020
Presenting Authors Registration: End of February 2020
Conference: March 20, 2020

Submission of papers is open until January 10, 2020. Papers must necessarily include the author's and co-authors names and institutional affiliations, together with email addresses for correspondence.

The program will include several sessions covering the main areas of International Macroeconomics and Financial Econometrics.

Anyone wishing to present a paper needs to submit it to a specific session. Please submit a full paper in English at the conference webpage (Submit a paper) in the appropriate session and topic.
Organizing Committee:

Denisa Banulescu-Radu (Université d'Orléans),
Hamza Bennani (Université Paris Nanterre),
Sophie Béreau (Université catholique de Louvain and University of Namur),
Christophe Blot (OFCE and Université Paris Nanterre)
Cécile Couharde (Université Paris Nanterre),
Jean-Yves Gnabo (University of Namur),
Antonia Lopez Villavicencio (Université Paris Nanterre),
Daria Onori (Université d'Orléans)

25 - 26 March 2020 / London, United Kingdom / Bank of England, CEPR and Imperial College

In collaboration with CEPR and the Brevan Howard Centre, Imperial College, the Bank of England is hosting a research conference on “the impact of machine learning and AI on the UK economy.” The purpose of the conference is to stimulate academic research and public debate on how machine learning and AI will impact issues that matter to the Bank of England’s policy objectives.

27 - 27 March 2020 / San Francisco / Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is hosting its annual one-day conference on macroeconomics and monetary policy in San Francisco on Friday, March 27, 2020. The conference aims to attract top researchers by bringing together academic and central bank economists, financial market practitioners, and policymakers. Our objective is to assemble a program of the highest quality and interest. We invite you and your colleagues to submit macroeconomics research that is approximately at the working paper stage. In addition to macroeconomics broadly defined, submissions may involve related fields including finance, labor economics, international economics, applied microeconomics, public finance, and others, but with a preference toward topics that are relevant for monetary policy. Both empirical and theoretical submissions are encouraged.

Those interested in presenting research at this conference should send a PDF of their paper or a detailed abstract to [email protected] by October 18, 2019. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by November 8, 2019. Conference organizers will cover reasonable travel expenses for authors of accepted papers and for discussants. Electronic copies of the conference papers will be made available at http://www.frbsf.org/economic-research/events/, but a conference volume will not be published.

Please address any questions to [email protected].

Please feel free to circulate this call for papers with your colleagues. We look forward to your participation.

Sincerely,
Vasco Cúrdia, Andrew Foerster, and Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau
 

1 - 2 April 2020 / University of Orléans (France) / LEO CNRS - University of Orléans (France)

The conference is organized by LEO (Laboratoire d'Economie d'Orléans) CNRS, within the framework of the Labex VOLTAIRE research program (http://labex-voltaire.prod.lamp.cnrs.fr/home-page/). The event is also supported by INFER (International Network for Economic Research). It will take place at the University of Orléans (France) on April 1-2, 2020.
Keynote Speakers:
Lucas Bretschger (ETH Zurich)
Richard Tol (University of Sussex)
Anastasios Xepapadeas (Athens University of Economics and Business and University of Bologna)
Submission of papers:
Only full papers may be submitted to: [email protected]
Deadline for paper submission is February 15, 2020.
Special sessions proposals need to be submitted by February 15, 2020. Each proposal should include three full papers that are linked to the same topic.
Notification of acceptance will be sent to authors by March 1, 2020.
There are no registration fees.
For further information, please visit the website of the conference: https://sites.google.com/view/eenr2020/home

22 - 23 April 2020 / Ankara, Turkey / The Trade Policy Research Network, CEPR, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUI, Florence and TEDU-TRC

We invite submissions of papers and expressions of interest in attending the Fourth Empirical Investigations in Services Trade (EIST) conference. The meeting will take place on 22-23 June in Ankara, Turkey, hosted by TEDU-TRC. The theme of the conference is economic analysis of trade and investment in services. We welcome submissions related to any aspect of international trade and investment in services, including empirical analyses of sectoral policy and regulation, trade and investment agreements, labour market adjustment and trade or investment in services, the role of services in value chains and offshoring and analysis using firm-level data.

23 - 24 April 2020 / Bratislava, Slovakia / National Bank of Slovakia in cooperation with CompNet

Globalization and the wide acceptance of the free market paradigm followed by the expansion of the global value chains and foreign investments have supported capital-embedded technological change and knowledge transfer across transition and recently advanced economies. Deregulation and promotion of competition have increased those countries productivity tremendously. However, rising trade barriers and the fall back to nationalist thoughts might represent huge obstacles for their future growth. Moreover, while the expansion of global production networks initially helped transition countries to grow and prosper, some of these economies now may find themselves locked in the downstream part of the value chain, depleted from the most creative activities such as R&D. This may hamper the efficient labour allocation within the host economy and prevent a proper reaction to new challenges at both, micro and macro level. Also, competition among countries that have recently grown to an advanced economy status is fierce and few have any permanent competitive advantage.
At the same time, wide ranging “sustainability” concerns have become more urgent, thus defeating the traditional measures aimed to promote economic growth and help countries to escape the middle-income trap. Switch to low-carbon economies is an example of new additional challenges influencing the competitiveness of firms, industries and countries. Another concern is the increasing inequality not only among consumers, but also among firms in terms of efficiency and costs of capital, which implies that while high growth is limited to a narrow number of firms, aggregate productivity of the economy increases only slowly.
As a result, to create the new “tigers” of the future, policies need to encompass a much more complex set of issues, which may contrast with the sole objective of improving productivity.
The Competitiveness Research Network (CompNet) and the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS) are jointly calling for papers addressing one or more of the topics mentioned above from both, micro and macro level perspectives.
We are particularly interested in academic work with strong policy relevance on the following topics:
• Competitiveness policies in small open economies
• Structural transformation and distributional consequences
• Inequality and political populism
• Transition to low-carbon economies
• The interaction between monetary and competitiveness policies
• Factor reallocation and growth
• Sustainable development and middle-income trap
• New drivers of firm performance
The deadline for submission is 15 January 2020. Papers should be emailed to [email protected].

8 - 9 May 2020 / Princeton, NJ / International Economics Section at the Department of Economics of Princeton University

The Quantitative Spatial Economics Junior Workshop aims to bring together early-career researchers interested in quantitative work on the spatial economy.
We welcome submissions on a wide range of topics related to the workshop's theme. Examples of potential topics include, but are not limited to:

• The effects, benefits, and costs of large transportation infrastructure projects in the developed or developing world.
• Interregional trade and migration and its effects on economic geography, inequality, and the organization of production.
• The importance of regions for local human capital production and neighborhood effects.
• The growth and internal structure of cities, the spatial diffusion of ideas.

The workshop aims to foster a supportive community among young researchers interested in these topics and facilitate the sharing of quantitative approaches and toolkits.
The official workshop program will start at noon on May 8 at 11 AM and end on May 9 at 3 PM. The official workshop program includes a conference dinner on May 8 in Princeton. Attendees are expected to stay for the entire duration of the official workshop program.
The workshop is hosted in the International Economics Section at the Department of Economics of Princeton University. We provide up to two nights of hotel accommodation in Princeton and meals during the official workshop program for all presenters and discussants. We can also cover economy-class flights, train, and taxi tickets of up to a total of $400.
We will consider papers from Assistant Professors and Postdocs up to 4 years after the completion of their PhD and PhD students who are on the academic job market in January 2020, i.e., who will obtain their PhDs in the summer of 2020. Submissions co-authored with more senior colleagues are welcome.
To submit a paper or extended abstract, please send a PDF with the subject line "Quantitative Spatial Economics JW Submission" to qse[at]fpeckert.me. In the email, please also indicate if you are willing to serve as a discussant in the event we are unable to include your paper on the program. Papers should not yet be published. The submission deadline is February 29th, 2020. Authors will be notified of the outcome by March 15th, 2020.
The workshop is organized by Clare Balboni (cbalboni[at]mit.edu) and Fabian Eckert (feckert[at]princeton.edu). We gratefully acknowledge generous support by the spatial economics initiative of the Woodrow Wilson School and the Princeton Economics IES Section.

4 - 7 June 2020 / Chania, Crete, Greece / Co-organized by the Financial Engineering Laboratory of the Technical University of Crete, the Department of Economics of the University of Crete, and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania

The 10th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (FEBS) is co-organized by the Financial Engineering Laboratory of the Technical University of Crete, the Department of Economics of the University of Crete, and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania during 4-7 June 2020. The conference theme is “Stability and Risk in Banking and Financial Markets”. Keynote speakers are Rama Cont (Oxford), Luigi Guiso (Einaudi Institute for Monetary, Banking and Financial Studies), Jean-Charles Rochet (Geneva School of Management and Economics). Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Financial Stability.

4 - 5 June 2020 / Zurich / KOF Swiss Economic Institute and NADEL Center for Development and Coopoeration (ETH Zurich)

 

Conference on Education and Decent Work for Youth
(LELAM2020)
4th-5th June 2020, ETH Zürich

Extended deadline: Feb. 14, 2020

Organizers: KOF Swiss Economic Institute &
NADEL Center for Development and Cooperation

Keynote speakers: 

  • Jamie McCasland (Assistant Professor of Economics, Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Colombia, Canada)
  • Jochen Kluve (Professor of Economics at the School of Business and Economics, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Head of the Evaluation Unit at KfW Development Bank, Germany)
  • Pierre Dillenbourg (Professor in Learning Technologies, School of Computer & Communication Sciences, EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland)

While primary school completion rates in low- and middle-income countries are now nearing 100%, lower-secondary school completion rates are still at only 40% in low-income countries. Alarmingly, drop-out rates from secondary school have been rising in recent years, leaving many young people worldwide in low-productivity jobs. In addition to a lack of schooling, the generally low quality of education combined with stagnant job creation have led to a precarious youth labor market situation in many countries.

Investments in education and vocational skills training can increase the likelihood that youth find productive and gainful work - a key element of inclusive growth. However, increasing participation in or the quality of education will not lead to decent employment opportunities if the skills taught do not match those demanded by the labor market. Moreover, education systems cannot operate in a vacuum: policies and institutions must support the utilization of newly acquired skills.

The aim of the Education and Decent Work for Youth (LELAM2020) conference is to provide a platform for leading scholars, practitioners and policy-makers to reflect on and discuss the drivers of high quality education and training, as well as improved working conditions, for youth in developing countries. Over two days, the conference will feature three keynote speakers, academic parallel sessions, project presentations from practice, and multiple policy plenary sessions.

We invite contributions from economics, sociology and educational science that address the following (or closely related) topics for low- and middle-income countries:

  • Factors encouraging the participation of youth in education
  • Conditions enhancing decent work for youth
  • The role of firms in improving education and youth skills
  • Incentives of firms to provide decent work for youth
  • Policies that improve access to and quality of secondary and tertiary education and vocational skills training
  • Policies for improved youth working conditions
  • Policies linking education and labor markets
  • Institutions and governance related to education and working conditions
  • Success factors and barriers to education reform
  • Measuring skills of youth in low- and middle-income countries
  • Designing and implementing surveys measuring individual and firm outcomes

Submissions

Only submissions of full papers are accepted which should be submitted through this website. Therefore, please go on the tab "Conference submissions and registration as attendee".

Opening call for papers: November 15, 2019

Deadline for submissions:February 14, 2020

Notification of acceptance: March 15, 2020

5 - 5 June 2020 / NIESR, London / EUROFRAME

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its seventeenth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in London on 5 June 2020. The aim of this conference is to bring together academics, and policy-oriented economists by providing a forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.

The 17th Conference will focus on the challenges posed by climate change. Public opinion has changed and European policy-makers, businesses and the financial sector have started to recognise the importance of climate change and biodiversity on the lives of people and the economy. Climate action must stand at the core of long-term growth and infrastructure planning. How do policy-makers ensure that the costs and benefits of climate action are shared equitably at a time when multilateral frameworks have come under threat?

We seek both empirical and theoretical policy-relevant papers. Areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Economic impact of climate change at the macro and local level
  • Evaluating macroeconomic benefits of biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Climate change and the EU’s green deal
  • The role of climate change policy on innovation and infrastructure
  • The role of central banks, banks and the insurance sector
  • The fiscal implications of transition and physical risks

Keynote Speaker: Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge

Submission guidelines:

  • Papers (drafts or extended abstracts) should be submitted by e-mail by 17 February 2020 to [email protected] 
  • Abstracts should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number. Please indicate whether you are willing to act as a discussant.
  • Corresponding authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by end-March.
  • Full papers should be received by e-mail by 18 May 2020.
  • Selected papers will be published after a reviewing process in the NIESR Review.

Scientific Committee:
Christoph Badelt (WIFO), Marek Dabrowski and Grzegorz Poniatowski (CASE), Geraldine Dany-Knedlik (DIW), Lorenzo Forni (PROMETEIA Associazione), Klaus-Jürgen Gern (IfW), Amit Kara (NIESR), Tero Kuusi and Markku Lehmus (ETLA), Eloi Laurent and Henri Sterdyniak (OFCE), Kieran McQuinn (ESRI), Gerdien Meijerink (CPB), Catherine Mathieu (OFCE, Scientific Secretary)

Local Organising Committee (NIESR, London):
Garry Young: [email protected] 
Amit Kara: [email protected] 

Contact – Paper and Abstract Submissions:
Catherine Mathieu: [email protected], tel.: +33 (0)1 44 18 54 37

5 - 5 June 2020 / NIESR, London / EUROFRAME

The EUROFRAME group of research institutes (CASE, CPB, DIW, ESRI, ETLA, IfW, NIESR, OFCE, PROMETEIA, WIFO) will hold its seventeenth annual Conference on Economic Policy Issues in the European Union in London on 5 June 2020. The aim of this conference is to bring together academics, and policy-oriented economists by providing a forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context.

The 17th Conference will focus on the challenges posed by climate change. Public opinion has changed and European policy-makers, businesses and the financial sector have started to recognise the importance of climate change and biodiversity on the lives of people and the economy. Climate action must stand at the core of long-term growth and infrastructure planning. How do policy-makers ensure that the costs and benefits of climate action are shared equitably at a time when multilateral frameworks have come under threat?

We seek both empirical and theoretical policy-relevant papers. Areas of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Economic impact of climate change at the macro and local level
  • Evaluating macroeconomic benefits of biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Climate change and the EU’s green deal
  • The role of climate change policy on innovation and infrastructure
  • The role of central banks, banks and the insurance sector
  • The fiscal implications of transition and physical risks

Keynote Speaker: Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge

Submission guidelines:

  • Papers (drafts or extended abstracts) should be submitted by e-mail by 17 February 2020 to [email protected] 
  • Abstracts should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number. Please indicate whether you are willing to act as a discussant.
  • Corresponding authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee by end-March.
  • Full papers should be received by e-mail by 18 May 2020.
  • Selected papers will be published after a reviewing process in the NIESR Review.

Scientific Committee:
Christoph Badelt (WIFO), Marek Dabrowski and Grzegorz Poniatowski (CASE), Geraldine Dany-Knedlik (DIW), Lorenzo Forni (PROMETEIA Associazione), Klaus-Jürgen Gern (IfW), Amit Kara (NIESR), Tero Kuusi and Markku Lehmus (ETLA), Eloi Laurent and Henri Sterdyniak (OFCE), Kieran McQuinn (ESRI), Gerdien Meijerink (CPB), Catherine Mathieu (OFCE, Scientific Secretary)

Local Organising Committee (NIESR, London):
Garry Young: [email protected] 
Amit Kara: [email protected] 

Contact – Paper and Abstract Submissions:
Catherine Mathieu: [email protected], tel.: +33 (0)1 44 18 54 37

16 - 16 June 2020 / London / Plato Partnership

Plato Partnership are inviting paper submissions to the 2020 Plato Market Innovator (MI3) conference scheduled to take place in London on Tuesday, 16 June 2020. The conference will feature original work on the evolution of market structure in Europe and beyond, especially in light of MiFID II/MiFIR.

 

Empirical and theoretical papers are being sought in areas including, but not limited to:

 

  • Role and impact of different trading mechanisms
  • Liquidity fragmentation
  • Algorithms and liquidity
  • Venue performance metrics
  • Opening and closing auctions
  • Active vs passive trading
  • Best execution

 

The programme of the conference will include accepted and invited papers and panels with leading industry experts.

 

PLATO MI3 BEST PAPER AWARDS:

All submitted papers will automatically be considered for the Plato MI3 Best Paper Award, which will receive a prize of £2500. PhD Students and Assistant Professors who are fewer than three years post-PhD submitting papers will automatically be considered for the Plato MI3 Best Paper by a Young Researcher Award, which will receive a prize of £1500.

ORGANISER:

Plato Partnership is a not-for-profit company comprising asset managers and broker dealers who are collaborating to bring creative solutions and efficiencies to today’s complex equity market place. Integral to Plato Partnership’s vision is high quality academic research supported by its Market Innovator (MI3) initiative, and aimed at seeking out ways in which the Plato community can collaborate to build a better financial ecosystem. www.platopartnership.com/

PAPER SUBMISSION:

Please submit your paper in pdf format to [email protected]

Please send two pdf files: a title page with author details and a blind copy of the paper.

 
In the submission e-mail please state if travel/accommodation funding is required and if you’re willing to act as a discussant. Submissions are due by
midnight (UK time), January 22, 2020.

FUNDING:
Accommodation expenses will be covered for participants on the programme. Participants are encouraged to fund their travel expenses from other sources, as only limited funding is available.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:

 

Sabrina Buti, Université Paris-Dauphine

Carole Comerton-Forde, UNSW Business School and CEPR

Thierry Foucault, HEC Paris

Björn Hagströmer, Stockholm Business School

Richard Payne, Cass Business School

Yazid Sharaiha, Norges Bank Investment Management and Plato Partnership

Erik Thiessen, University of Mannheim

Ingrid Werner, The Ohio State University

18 - 19 June 2020 / Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia / The South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre

The objective of the 2020 SEACEN Policy Summit is to understand and assess exchange rate market development and dynamics in the context of volatile capital inflows to the Asia-Pacific region. The SEACEN Centre is advertising a call for papers that will be presented during the Policy Summit. Submissions of empirical papers focusing on Asia-Pacific emerging economies with relation to capital flows and clear policy implications are invited. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

1) Evolution and dynamics of emerging Asia FX markets;
2) Onshore and offshore emerging Asia FX markets;
3) Exchange rate as a shock absorber or amplifier in emerging Asia economies;
4) FX intervention policies in emerging Asia economies;
5) Index-based (J.P. Morgan Global Aggregate Bond Index and MSCI Emerging
Markets Index) investing and ETFs transmission channels in emerging Asia
economies;
6) Global liquidity and financial cycle and their impact on emerging Asia
capital inflows and outflows; and
7) Nature of different market players (retail, institutional, leveraged money
and SWFs) and their impact on emerging Asia capital flows

7 - 8 July 2020 / Saint Petersburg, Russia / Bank of Russia

The Bank of Russia is hosting its third annual International Research Conference in Saint Petersburg on 7-8 July 2020 (Tuesday-Wednesday).

The scientific committee of the conference is comprised of the Research Advisory Board of the Bank of Russia.

Modern central banks perform multiple functions. They guarantee price and financial stability, carry out prudential regulation of financial sector trying to create the right stimulus for market players and enforce the rules of the game. A number of challenges appear regarding each of the policies as well as their interactions.

This conference will bring together researchers from academia, central banks, and policy institutions, who will present and discuss their theoretical and empirical research on challenges for these central banks’ policies and their interactions. The conference will also discuss rationale for changes to the ammunition of central banks to better address current and some future challenges.

17 - 18 August 2020 / Palais Coburg, Vienna, Austria / WU Vienna - Research Institute for Capital Markets

Research on risk premia, factors, and predictive regressions has traditionally focused on equity markets, while research on foreign exchange has been lagging despite its huge potential. Currently, the low yield environment, large international portfolio flows and unconventional monetary policy have made it crucial for asset managers to incorporate FX strategies and FX risk management. We therefore welcome papers on FX risk premia, FX strategies, FX valuation, FX and monetary policy, Emerging Market currencies, currency pegs, FX regimes, FX and business cycle, etc.

In addition to the above-mentioned research themes, we particularly encourage the submission of papers that deal with the interaction of FX and bond markets.

SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Deadline for submission of papers is March 1, 2020.
Submission form: https://www.wu.ac.at/isk/conferences/submission

9 2020 - 10 September 2019 / Roma Eventi, Congress Center, Pontificia Università Gregoriana Rome, Italy / European Center of Sustainable Development , CIT University

European Center of Sustainable Development in collaboration with Canadian Institute of Technology will organize the 8th ICSD 2020 International Conference on Sustainable Development, with particular focus on Environmental, Economic and Socio-Cultural Sustainability.

The Conference theme : "Creating a unified foundation for the Sustainable Development: research, practice and education".

Papers will be published in Open Access EJSD Journal (Thompson Reuters) and Proceedings.
For further information, please see the call for papers at https://ecsdev.org/publications

The 8th ICSD 2020 will be an excellent opportunity to share your ideas and research findings relevant to the Sustainability Science, through the European network of academics.

27 - 30 September 2020 / University of Cologne / Verein für Socialpolitik

The Annual Conference of the Verein fuer Socialpolitik consists of a core conference with invited lectures concerning “Gender Economics” and of an Open Meeting with mixed topics. Presentations and Organised Sessions for the Open Meeting may be submitted from all fields of economics.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March, 1 2020

Please submit your research paper from February 1 to March 1 at the online submission website at https://express.converia.de/frontend/index.php?sub=498.
After the submission deadline, the conference’s program committee evaluates all submissions by a peer-refereeing process and sends acceptance decisions by the end of May. Further details on the conference can be found here: https://www.socialpolitik.de/En/annual-meeting-2020.

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