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The 2017 Royal Economic Society Annual Conference will be held at the University of Bristol on 10-12 April 2017

Please note: Registration has now Closed

For urgent conference enquiries please contact the following people:
Programme Issues, Nirusha Vigi - n.vigi@ucl.ac.uk
Local Organisation - Leandro.DeMagalhaes@bristol.ac.uk or Senay.Sokullu@bristol.ac.uk
Urgent queries should be made to operations@res.org.uk

Keynote Lectures

Keynote lectures will be given by:

  • Hilary Hoynes (Berkeley) Economic Journal lecture
  • Gita Gopinath (Harvard) Hahn Lecture
  • James Stock (Harvard) Sargan Lecture

In addition there will be two plenary sessions:

  • A past President's plenary will feature 2016 Nobel Prize winner, Oliver Hart
  • A policy plenary will discuss Post-Brexit Economics with Diane Coyle (chair), Jagjit Chadha, Paul Johnson, Swati Dhingra and Simon Wren-Lewis


The  programme for can be viewed here:


Conference App

At RES17 we are very excited to announce that the Conference will be supported with it's very own app.

The app will give you all the information and the tools you need to enjoy the Conference to the fullest, including:

- Conference Programme and abstracts for all of the sessions at the Conference
- Submit your questions to keynote speakers
- Get the latest information on the social events taking place at the Conference
- Look at Exhibitors profiles
- Create your own delegate profile and network with other attendees

For the Web app follow this link: www.res17.com

To download the Conference App to your device, follow this link: https://www.crowdcomms.com/app/rec2017/


The RES is pleased to announce the following Exhibitors will be attending the 2017 Annual Conference: 

The Economics Network www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk

Harvard University Press  http://www.hup.harvard.edu/

Institute for Fiscal Studies www.ifs.org.uk

John Wiley and Sons www.wiley.com

The MIT Press https://mitpress.mit.edu/

Oxford University Press www.oup.com

Palgrave MacMillan http://www.palgrave.com/

Princeton University Press www.press.princeton.edu

Pro Bono http://www.probonoeconomics.com/

Royal Economic Society http://www.res.org.uk

Taylor and Francis Group http://taylorandfrancis.com/

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