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Royal Economic Society Conference 2016​, University of Sussex, 21 to 23 March 2016
Submissions are invited for the 2016 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society, taking place from Monday 21 March to Wednesday 23 March 2016 at the University of Sussex, Brighton.
Full information on the conference, including details of financial assistance for PhD students, is available here.

 

4th Annual PhD Workshop - Experimental Development Economics: Lab in the Field, 3 April 2016
Applications are now being taken for this annual PhD workshop run by Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Sciences at the University of East Anglia and The Choice Lab at the Norwegian School of Economics. This year’s workshop focuses on group and household decision making. The workshop is for current and prospective PhD students who are using or planning to use lab in the field experiments in developing countries. There will also be an opportunity for selected students to present their research and receive feedback. There is NO FEE for the workshop - to apply please email dev.general@uea.ac.uk with your name, university, year of study, research topic and whether or not you would like to present your work.
Please see here for further information, including the full schedule.

 

RCEA Macro-Money-Finance Workshop "Advances in Macroeconomics and Finance ", Rimini Palacongressi, May 19-20, 2016
Keynote speakers are Steven Ambler (Université du Québec à Montréal, C.D. Howe Institute and RCEA), Gary Koop (University of Strathclyde and RCEA) and Marco Pagano (University of Naples Federico II, EIEF and CSEF). Organizing Committee: Jurek Konieczny (Wilfrid Laurier University and RCEA) and Gianluigi Pelloni (University of Bologna and Wilfrid Laurier University and RCEA)

 

10th Annual RCEA Bayesian Econometric Workshop, Rimini Palacongressi, May 19-20, 2016
The Workshop “Advances in Macroeconomics and Finance”  will be running simultaneously with the 10th Rimini Bayesian Econometric Workshop with invited speakers Mark Jensen (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) and Simon Potter (Federal Reserve Bank of New York).
There are no submission fees.
Information about past workshops and RCEA activities can be found at www.rcfea.org
For additional information about paper submission, accommodation and registration contact the RCEA secretary at secretary@rcfea.org

 

30th ESPE Conference, June 15 - 18, 2016, Berlin, Germany
The 30th Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE) will take place on June 15-18, 2016, organized by the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) and the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) at the Harnack House, in Berlin.
The aim of the Conference is to facilitate the exchange of research ideas and results across a range of fields, including the economics of the household, labour economics, public economics, demography, and health economics.
Paper submission opens on November 1, 2015. 
For more details, please visit the conference web page: www.especonferences.org

 

4th Time Series Econometrics Workshop,  Rimini on June 18 – 19, 2016
Keynote speakers are Peter C.B. Phillips (Yale University, University of Auckland, University of Southampton, Singapore Management University) and A.M. Robert Taylor (University of Essex). Organizing Committee Karim M. Abadir (Imperial College London and RCEA)
 and Gianluigi Pelloni (University of Bologna, Wilfrid Laurier University and RCEA)
There are no submission fees.
Information about past workshops and RCEA activities can be found at www.rcfea.org
For additional information about paper submission, accommodation and registration contact the RCEA secretary at secretary@rcfea.org

 

7th International Workshop on Applied Economics of Education (IWAEE), Catanzaro Italy, June 19 -21, 2016.
The conference programme will include invited lectures, contributed sessions and poster sessions. The keynote speakers are Lance Lochner (University of Western Ontario), Eric Plug (University of Amsterdam) and Jacob Vigdor (University of Washington). Full papers or extended abstracts are submitted through the workshop website www.iwaee.org by midnight March 1 2016. Contributions across all applied areas of education economics will be considered. Preference will be given to full papers for contributed sessions. Registration fees will be €380 and €280 for doctoral students. The conference is organised jointly by the Department S.G.S.E.S, Magna Graecia University and the Economics Department, Lancaster University. For further details please contact info@iwaee.org

 

Chinese Economic Association Annual Conference, September 1 to September 3 2016, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany
In recent years, China has quickly developed into a new engine for global economic growth and has become a new ascendant power in the international system. In search of well-founded answers to the micro and macro issues concerning the economics, finance, and politics of China’s development, and especially the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative, the main theme of the 27th Annual Conference of CEA (UK) and the 8th CEA (Europe) Conference concerns China’s new way of integration with the world whilst exploring the opportunities of the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative for the global economic system.
More information and download of Call for Papers here

 

33rd CIRET Conference: “Economic Tendency Surveys and Economic Policy”, Copenhagen, September 14 – 16, 2016.
The overall aim of CIRET (Centre of International Research on Economic Tendency Surveys) conferences is to encourage and improve communication, exchange and co-operation between academics and practitioners who conduct economic surveys, analyse survey data and develop or make use of cyclical indicators. The 33rd edition of the CIRET conference will be held from September 14 until September 16 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Topics discussed will include: [1] Short-term economic surveys and indicators, [2] Surveys related to structural aspects of the economy and [3] Nowcasting.
The call for papers is already published and submission (including an abstract) will be possible starting at the end of January 2016 through the CIRET website. The deadline for submissions is on April 15, 2016.  The call for papers invites papers related to a broad range of topics to be investigated based on several types of surveys (business tendency surveys, consumer surveys, investment and innovation surveys, etc.). Further, papers based on the development and use of cyclical indicators with survey data, including methodological aspects are invited. Within this framework, all types of contributions are welcome.
For more information on the conference, contact information as well as the official call for papers, please visit here

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