Conference Diary

The full Conference Diary listing can be found in the print version of the current RES Newsletter.  Please send details of conferences/workshops which may be of interest to our members to the RES Office.

The following list is divided into two parts. The first contains events with 'live' calls for papers. The secondpart contains details of all events of which we have been notified, including also those with calls for papers.

CALLS FOR PAPERS

2017


28-29 September                         Oxford
Call for papers
We invite submissions to 3rd Oxford - Federal Reserve Bank of New York Monetary Economics Conference We will consider papers relating to all areas of monetary economics. Presenters will be offered accommodation and meals for the duration of the conference at Exeter College, Oxford. All participants are expected to cover their own travelling costs. At this stage, participation has been confirmed by Frank Schorfheide (University of Pennsylvania), Roger Farmer (Warwick University), Pierpaolo Benigno (LUISS) and Mirko Wiederholt (Goethe University Frankfurt). The deadline for submissions is May 15th, 2017. Please email your paper to ox.nyf.2017@gmail.com. Decisions will be announced by the end of May.

Further information: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~exet2581/OxNYFed-3rd-call-for-papers.pdf

5-8 October                             Montreal, Canada
Call for papers
The 84th International Atlantic Economic Conference
will be held in Montréal, Canada, in the Autumn of 2017. The mission of the conference is to create a platform where economists and financial experts from academe, government, and the private sector can present their research results, exchange ideas and network in a collegial environment. Meetings also provide opportunities for participants to renew acquaintances and to forge new ones.

Further information: http://IAES.org

19-21 October                             Budapest, Hungary
Call for papers
The 29th EAEPE Annual Conference will take place at Corvinus University. The conference theme, ‘the role of the State in Economic Development.’, is inspired by the most recent history of political and economic transition in Central- and Eastern-Europe.

Further information: EAEPE.org


27-29 October                          Birmingham
Call for papers
2017 7th International Conference on Business and Economics Research (ICBER 2017). Papers are invited in a wide range of topics (see website) by 10 June 2017.

Further information (and paper submission): icber@iedrc.org

CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS

2017


April


20-21 April                             Darwin, Australia

The Seventeenth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, will be held at Charles Darwin University.

We invite proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, colloquia, Virtual Posters, or Virtual Lightning Talks. The conference features research addressing the annual themes and the 2017 Special Focus: ‘Succeeding and Achieving in Diverse Communities and Organizations.’

Further information: http://organization-studies.com/2017-conference

21-22 April                          Lucerne, Switzerland

The eleventh History of Recent Economics Conference (HISRECO) will be held at the University of Lucerne. Since 2007 HISRECO has brought together researchers from various backgrounds to study the history of economics in the postwar period. It is the organizers’ belief that this period, during which economics became one of the dominant discourses in contemporary society, is worth studying for its own sake. In particular, this area of research offers good opportunities to young scholars who are interested in interdisciplinary approaches to the history of economics.

Further information: http://www.hisreco.org.


24-26 April                         Perth, Scotland

The 2017 annual conference of the Scottish Economy Society will take place at the Mercure Perth Hotel, Perth, Scotland.

Further information: http://www.scotecon.org/conference.html

27-28 April                     Prague, Hungary

20th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development, to discuss the themes Globalization and Challenges of the Modern World Enterprise in Turbulent Environment Entrepreneurship Caught Between Creativity and Bureaucracy. Deadline for paper submissions: Mar 25, 2017

Further information: http://www.esd-.com/index.php?page=conference&id=21


4-5 May                                  Dublin, Ireland

The 31st Annual Irish Economic Association Conference will be held in the Institute of Banking in Dublin. The ESR lecture will be given by Deirdre McCloskey (University of Illinois at Chicago) and The Edgeworth Lecture by Professor John Muellbauer (University of Oxford).

Further information: https://inomics.com/irish-economic-association-annual-conference-2017-dublin

22-23 May                      Brussels,         Belgium

The FINANCE research group of Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) is pleased to announce a workshop on recent developments in dependence modelling with applications in finance and insurance. The event will take place on the the island of Aegina (Greece). Academic researchers, practitioners, and students in the field of risk management, dependence modeling and actuarial mathematics are most welcome.

Further information: http://www.vub.ac.be/en/events/2017/recent-developments-in-dependence-modelling-with-applications-in-finance-and-insurance


22-23 May                                      Southampton

3rd Workshop on the Economics of Migration. The 3rd Workshop on the Economics of Migration is organized by the University of Southampton and the ESRC Centre for Population Change in order to give PhD students and early-stage researchers (post-docs and junior professors with less than 5 years of experience) an opportunity to share their work in a constructive environment, as well as to exchange the results of recent research in different fields of migration economics.

Keynote speakers: Simone Bertoli, CERDI-University of Clermont Auvergne; Sylvie Démurger, University of Lyon; Giovanni Facchini, University of Nottingham

Further information: http://sites.google.com/site/econmigr

23-24 May                             London

A Conference on Financial Services Indices, Liquidity and Economic Activity
In honour of Oswald Distinguished Professor William A. Barnett will be co - hosted by the Bank of England and the Financial Resilience Research Centre, University of Birmingham. It is
sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, USA, Centre for Financial Stability, New York, USA and the Money, Macro, Finance Research Group, UK at the Bank of England, 23 – 24 May 2017.

Keynote speakers:
William A Barnett
Oswald Distinguished Professor University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas
USA

Lawrence Goodman
President, Centre for Financial Stability Inc.,
1120 Avenue of the Americas,
4th floor, New York, NY 10036

Further information:
stakeholderrelations@bankofengland.co.uk (travel and hotels)
H.Coursey@bham.ac.uk (registration)

June

1-3 June                                     Glasgow

The 7th International Conference will be hosted by Strathclyde Business School (http://febs2017.eventsadmin.com/) and the Centre for Financial Regulation and Innovation (CFRI). The conference will be under the auspices of the Financial Engineering & Banking Society (http://febsociety.org), a non-profit research society, aiming towards the promotion of decision making approaches in the fields of finance, financial engineering and banking. The conference theme is “Financial Markets, Innovation and Regulation”.

Guest speakers:
- Jonathan Crook, Professor of Business Economics and Director of Research at the University of Edinburgh Business School.
- Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School

Further information: Conference Website   


2-4 June                                     Antigonish, Canada

The 2017 Canadian Economics Association (CEA) Annual Conference will be held at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

Further information: cea.conference@gmail.com

11-13 June                          York

The 8th of the series of York Annual Symposium on Game Theory, will be held at the Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, UK. The four keynote speakers of the Symposium (11-12 June 2017) are: Christopher Chambers (UCSD); Kai Konrad (MPI); Alessandro Pavan (Northwestern); Hamid Sabourian (Cambridge).

After the Symposium, on 13 June, there will be two mini-courses given by Professor Alessandro Pavan and Professor Hamid Sabourian, respectively. We now call for participation in the symposium and mini-courses that are open to all academics, PhD students and early career researchers.

Further information: www.york.ac.uk/economics/

14-16 June                             York  

The Tenth Conference on Economic Design

The Tenth Conference on Economic Design will be hosted by the Economics Department, University of York. Keynote speakers will be:
Sanjeev Goyal (Cambridge)
Parag Pathak (MIT)
Philip Reny (Chicago)

Conference organisers are
Zaifu Yang (Chair)
Yuan Ju (Co-chair)
Paul Schweinzer (Co-chair)

Further information: www.conf-econ-design-york17.org


15-16 June                              Aarhus, Denmark

The XIIIth Danish International Economics Workshop to be held in Aarhus, Denmark, June 15th-16th, 2017. The workshop will be hosted by The Tuborg Research Centre for Globalisation and Firms, www.tgf.au.dk.
Keynote speaker: Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, Princeton University.

Further Information

15-17 June                 St Petersburg, Russia

The Second World Congress of Comparative Economics will be held at National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE University, St. Petersburg, Russia).
The Congress will include plenary sessions, workshops, as well as the editors’ panel and special events. There will also be a small exhibition area which will give participants the opportunity to meet with vendors who specialize in providing e-resources.

Keynote Speakers
• Gerard Roland (University of California, Berkeley, USA);
• Alexander Auzan (Moscow State University, Russia).

Further Information: https://spb.hse.ru/en/compecon/


15-18 June                                  St Louis, USA

The Econometric Society 2017 North American Summer Meeting will be held June 15-18 at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.

Keynote speakers: Walras-Bowley Lecture by Paul Klemperer (Oxford University), the Cowles Lecture by Yuliy Sannikov (Princeton University), the North Lecture by Robert Townsend (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), the Weidenbaum Lecture by Susanne Schennach (Brown University), the Sargan Lectures by Victor Chernozhukov (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Further information: http://cowles.yale.edu/news/econometric-society-2017-north-american-summer-meeting

19-21 June                                 Nice, France

The 66th Annual Meeting of the French Economic Association (AFSE) is the main one organized in France that covers all aspects of economics relevant for theoretical, empirical, policy-oriented analyses, and for practitioners. The following Keynote lectures will be delivered: • Inaugural Lecture: Rachel Griffith (University of Manchester and IFS) ; • Jean-Jacque Laffont Lecture: Emmanuel Farhi (Harvard University); • Presidential Lecture: Philippe Aghion (College de France).

Further information: https://afse2017.sciencesconf.org/

19-23 June                      Santa Fe, Mexico

IEA World Congress, Globalization, Growth and Sustainability                 

The International Economic Association (IEA) is pleased to announce its Eighteenth World Congress to be held in Santa Fe, Mexico City between Monday 19 and Friday 23 June 2017.The congress is jointly organized with the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, CIDE, Mexico. The theme of the congress is Globalization, Growth and Sustainability.

The world congress is a global event, it is the sole world meeting embracing all fields of economics, including all areas and all approaches, from theory to empirics. Because of its broadness, it attracts not only scholars but also distinguished economists from non-academic institutions such as central banks and other public institutions from a very wide range of countries, permitting a rich exchange of views.

The upcoming congress will feature research presentations by leading economists from across the globe. More than 500 economists are expected to attend and over 400 papers will be presented in parallel academic sessions. There will also be a number of policy sessions and keynote lectures.

Further details on IEA website.

June 25-28                             Cairns, Australia

International Symposium on Forecasting                                            
The International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF) is the premier forecasting conference, attracting the world's leading forecasting researchers, practitioners, and students. Through a combination of keynote speaker presentations, academic sessions, workshops, and social programs, the ISF provides many excellent opportunities for networking, learning, and fun.

Speakers
Kerrie Mengersen, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Dilek Onkel, Balken University, Turkey
Pierre Pinson, Technical University of Denmark
Brian Seaman, Walmart, USA
Stephen Sherwood, University of NSW, Australia
Allan Timmerman, University of California, San Diego, USA

Important Date:
Early Registration Ends: April 14 2017

ISF Website https://forecasters.org/isf/


25-29 June                                 San Diego, USA

The 92nd Western Economic Association International Conference will be held in San Diego. The Presidential Address will be delivered by Nobel Laureate Peter Diamond, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Join over 1000 economists from around the world for this marketplace of ideas! All areas of economics are welcome – for complete participation and registration information, visit www.weai.org.

Further information: http://www.weai.org/AC2017


July


15-17                         July Oxford

International Finance and Banking Society’s 2017 Conference will be held at the Said Business School. The theme is ‘Towards an Integrated View of Financial Regulation: Key Lessons from the Crisis and Future Challenges’.

Keynote speakers:
Nellie Liang, Director, Program Direction Section, Financial Stability, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Prof Paul Grout, Bank of England and University of Bristol

Further information: http://www.ifabs.org/conference/view/7//

27-28 July                         Sheffield

The annual Work, Pensions and Labour Economics (WPEG) conference will take place at “The Edge” at the University of Sheffield. Financial support for the 2017 and the 2018 annual conferences will be provided by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). The 2017 plenary address will be given by Professor Thomas Crossley (University of Essex and IFS).

Further information: wpeg@sheffield.ac.uk

August


31 August - 5 September                                         Maastricht, Netherland

44th Annual Conference of the European Association for Research in Industrial Economics (EARIE) will be held in Maastricht.

Further information: http://www.earie2017.org/


September


1-2 September                                 Paris

International Conference on Public Authority and Finance:
What is the Relevant Scale and Scope of Deregulation and Re-Regulation?


This conference seeks to contribute to the ongoing research into financial regulation, combining approaches by economists, legal experts, political scientists, geographers and historians. It aims to adopt an empirical approach from a comparative and historical perspective to characterize public authority and its relationship to the financial sector.

For further information, please contact Pierre-Charles Pradier (Pierre-Charles.Pradier@univ-paris1.fr) or Nicholas Sowels (Nicholas.Sowels@univ-paris1.fr).


6-8 September                      London

The 2017 Developments in Economics Education Conference will be held at University College London. Organised by the Economics Network, it will be run this year in collaboration with UCL's Centre for Teaching and Learning Economics (CTaLE).

Further information: www.economicsnetwork.ac.uk/dee2017

21-23 September                  St Gallen, Switzerland

29th Annual Conference of the European Association of Labour Economists will be held at the Swiss Institute for Empirical Economic Research, University of St. Gallen. Keynote speakers: Hillary Hoynes (University of California) and Josef Zweimüller (University of Zürich).

Further Information: EALE  

28-29 September                              Oxford
Call for papers
We invite submissions to 3rd Oxford - Federal Reserve Bank of  Monetary Economics Conference. We will consider papers relating to all areas of monetary economics. Presenters will be offered accommodation and meals for the duration of the conference at Exeter College, Oxford. All participants are expected to cover their own travelling costs. At this stage, participation has been confirmed by Frank Schorfheide (University of Pennsylvania), Roger Farmer (Warwick University), Pierpaolo Benigno (LUISS) and Mirko Wiederholt (Goethe University Frankfurt). The deadline for submissions is May 15th, 2017. Please email your paper to ox.nyf.2017@gmail.com. Decisions will be announced by the end of May.

Further information: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~exet2581/OxNYFed-3rd-call-for-papers.pdf

October


5-8 October             Montreal, Canada
Call for papers
The 84th International Atlantic Economic Conference will be held in Montréal, Canada, in the Autumn of 2017. The mission of the conference is to create a platform where economists and financial experts from academe, government, and the private sector can present their research results, exchange ideas and network in a collegial environment. Meetings also provide opportunities for participants to renew acquaintances and to forge new ones. That is why we are hoping to bring together distinguished delegates from around the world to present, discuss, and exchange valuable information in the fields of economics, business and finance.

Further Information: http://IAES.org   

19-21 October                  Budapest, Hungary
Call for papers
The 29th EAEPE Annual Conference will take place at Corvinus University. The conference theme, ‘the role of the State in Economic Development.’, is inspired by the most recent history of political and economic transition in Central- and Eastern-Europe.

Further information: EAEPE.org

27-29 October                 Birmingham
Call for papers
2017 7th International Conference on Business and Economics Research (ICBER 2017). Papers are invited in a wide range of topics (see website) by 10 June 2017.

Further information (and paper submission): icber@iedrc.org

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