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The 51st Annual Conference Conference of the Canadian Economics Association, Friday June 2 - Sunday June 4, 2017, St Francis Xavier University, under two hours by conference shuttle from Halifax International Airport. Conference highlights include a gala lobster banquet, and keynotes addresses by Rafael Di Tella (Harvard), Hilary Hoynes (UC Berkeley), and Nathan Nunn (Harvard). For a full list of invited speakers, click here.
Submissions in all areas of economics are welcome. The paper submission deadline is February 10, 2017. For more information, please visit here

 

WEHIA 2017 - 22nd Annual Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents June 12-14, 2017, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan
The Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA) is the annual conference of the Society for Economic Studies with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents. WEHIA 2017 represents a unique opportunity to present discuss the latest research on various aspects of the economy as a complex system made up of heterogeneous interacting agents. Research from different domains – economics, psychology, sociology, computer sciences, engineering, physics – can prove useful in developing new insightful approaches to key issues such as the origin, development and mitigation of financial crises, unemployment and poverty, income and wealth inequality and many others.
Topics
- Agent Based Models (ABMs): theory and computation, calibration and estimation
- Macroeconomic ABMs: emergence of financially driven business fluctuations and crises, growth and technical change,sustainable development and climate change
- DSGE models with heterogeneous agents
- Economic and financial networks
- Econophysics: application of statistical physics methods and percolation theory to economic issues
- Experimental economics
- Bounded rationality and learning
Submissions
Contributions should be submitted in the form of extended abstracts (max 2 pages) as PDF files to:
wehia2017milan@gmail.com
The corresponding author has to specify the authors’ affiliations and, at least, three keywords.
Website www.wehia2017.com

 

The 31st Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE), June 14-17, 2017, the Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.
The local organiser is Professor Robert E. Wright. Professor Michèle Belot (University of Edinburgh) will serve as the program chair. The keynote speakers will be Professor Janet Currie (Princeton University) and Dr. Wilbert van der Klaauw (Federal Reserve Bank of New York). The presidential address will be given by Professor Marco Francesconi (University of Essex).
Papers must be submitted on-line at http://editorialexpress.com/conference/espe2017
The submission deadline is February 1, 2017. Acceptance decisions will be announced by April 1, 2017. Accepted papers will only be included in the final programme if presenting authors have registered by May 1, 2017. Each participant may present at most one paper but can co-author more than one paper in the program. Graduate students have a reduced registration fee, provided that his/her advisor confirms their student status.
More details are available at the conference web page: www.especonferences.org

 

Workshop: Economics Of Taxation "Inequality in a Globalized World: A Challenge For Taxation", Barcelona, 13-14 June 2017
Rising levels of income and wealth inequality are a challenge for tax design. At the same time, greater mobility of capital, but also of individuals, undermines the capacity of the public sector to collect taxes. Inequality and globalization reinforce each other, which inevitably calls for the adoption of a broader approach to tax design, including tax enforcement policies. In this regard, globalization might require further efforts between countries to harmonize statutory tax parameters or to fight the negative effects of avoidance practices like physical mobility and profit shifting by multinationals, among others. Needless to say, though, there is still room for the analysis of public policies within a country, for example, regarding the design and level of unemployment benefits, the pros and cons of regional tax decentralization, or the relevance and effects of tax avoidance and evasion practices, among others.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together scholars currently working on these topics either from an analytical or from an empirical perspective. The workshop will run for 1.5 days and will include 12 papers.
Topics of interest:
Evaluation of tax reforms; Optimal taxation; Profit Shifting; Tax competition; Corporate income taxation; Wealth Taxation; Behavioural models of taxation; Tax enforcement; Tax compliance; Tax harmonization; Tax Heavens; Unemployment Benefits
Keynote speakers:
Michael Devereux (University of Oxford) and Camille Landais (London School of Economics)
Deadlines:
Submission of papers: April 7, 2017
Acceptance of papers: April 21, 2017
Registration: April 24 to June 9, 2017
Registration and further information: Manuscripts must be submitted by email (ieb.workshop@ub.edu) in PDF format indicating in the subject the name of the workshop (‘Taxation’). We will provide accommodation, coffee breaks and lunches for presenters.
Registration is required to attend the workshop. We will open the seats once the program is done.

 

Workshop: Political Economy and Fiscal Federalism “Economic Shocks, Government Quality and Political Disintegration”, Barcelona, 15-16 June 2017
The workshop will focus on the interplay between economic shocks, government quality and the vertical structure of government. Papers on the causes and consequences of government quality, the political economy of secessionism and political unions, and the political economy of federalism and local government in general are also welcome.
Topics of interest:
Political fragmentation & polarization; Selection of politicians; Political norms and institutional legitimacy; Accountability v. state capacity; Secessionism and political unions; Federalism and local government
Keynote speakers:
Massimo Morelli (Bocconi University) and Ernesto Dal Bó (University of California, Berkeley)
Deadlines:
Submission of papers: April 7, 2017
Acceptance of papers: April 21, 2017
Registration: April 24 to June 9
Registration and further information: Manuscripts must be submitted by email (ieb.workshop@ub.edu) in PDF format indicating in the subject the name of the workshop (‘Political Economy & Fiscal Federalism’). We will provide accommodation, coffee breaks and lunches for presenters. Registration is required to attend the workshop. We will open the seats once the program is done.

 

XXII Workshop on Dynamic Macroeconomics, Castle of Soutomaior (Pontevedra, Spain), July 4 to July 6, 2017 (organized by the Research Group in Economic Analysis, Universidade de Vigo)
The aim of the Workshop is to offer young researchers interested in macroeconomic issues a forum for the presentation and discussion of research papers representing current advances in macroeconomics. Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome.
Interested scholars should send a copy of the paper they wish to submit and an abstract, in electronic form as pdf file, no later than APRIL 9, 2017 to Jaime Alonso-Carrera (jalonso@uvigo.es and workshop@uvigo.es)
The front page of the paper should clearly indicate: the precise title of the paper, names and affiliations of the authors, the name of the author to whom any information concerning the meeting should be sent, contact address, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail address.
For further information, please visit http://webs.uvigo.es/workshop/

 

12th European Historical Economics Society (EHES) Congress, University of Tübingen, Germany, September 1 and 2, 2017
Submission Deadline – Midnight (GMT), Monday February 20, 2017.
The Conference Programme Committee invites proposals for individual papers on any aspect of European or global economic history covering. a wide range of periods, countries and regions.
The Society encourages submissions from young scholars. There will be at least 15 bursaries of € 300-400 each to help PhD students cover the costs of travel and accommodation. Further details are soon available on the EHES website.
Submission:
For each proposed paper, an abstract not exceeding 500 words together with the institutional affiliation, the Email addresses of the authors and keywords about the period, country/region and topic should be uploaded by February 20th, 2017 via the Society’s website here. All submissions will be acknowledged. Notices of acceptance will be sent to corresponding authors by 10 April, 2017.
For further information, please email wisoge@uni-tuebingen.de with the subject line EHES2017

 

VIII Workshop on Economics of Education, Barcelona, September 7-8, 2017
The intended aim of this workshop is double: on the one hand, to establish and share the theoretical and methodological knowledge frontier of economics of education. On the other hand, to have access to a diversity of applied studies in which different methodologies are used. Both macro and micro-economic topics are of interest. The Workshop especially welcomes research that applies advanced econometric techniques. Although the Workshop focuses on empirical papers, theoretical studies are also welcome. The accepted papers (10) will be presented in plenary sessions that will complement the two keynote speakers’ presentations.
Keynote speakers: 
Sandra McNally (University of Surrey, CEP, CVER, LSE) and Torberg Falch (Norwegian University of Science & Technology)
Topics of interest:
Policy Evaluation; Education inequalities; Benefits of Education; Disabilities; Gender; Competence acquisition; Lifelong learning; Training; Skills formation; PISA, PIRLS, TIMSS, PIAAC; School Autonomy; Teacher’s quality; Scholarships & Loans; University Financing; University Access
Deadlines:
Submission of papers: June 12, 2017
Acceptance of papers: June 29, 2017
Early registration: June 1 to July 27, 2017
Late registration: July 28 to September 6, 2017
Registration and further information: The registration fee covers documentation, coffee breaks, working lunches and the dinner of September 7th. Participants whose papers have been accepted are exempt from this payment. Free accommodation will also be provided for them. Papers should be sent to ieb.workshop@ub.edu. Only papers presented in PDF format will be considered and no longer than 30 pages. Further information on the workshop will soon be available at the workshop webpage, which can be accessed through the IEB website: www.ieb.ub.edu

 

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