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The Econometrics Journal Newsletter 9: Impact and Submissions Up

  • Published Date: 15 September 2018

The Econometrics Journal received 93% more submissions from January to August this year than in the same months last year. The Editors have handled... Read more

Sir James Mirrlees: A tribute to a former RES President

  • Published Date: 04 September 2018

Former President of the Royal Economic Society (1989-1992) Professor Sir James Mirrlees passed away on 29 August 2018 at the age of 82. Jim Mirrlees... Read more

Editorial Board changes at The Economic Journal

  • Published Date: 30 August 2018

Three managing editors, Martin Cripps, Andrea Galeotti, and Kjell Salvanes have, or will finish their second 3-year term as Joint Managing Editors of... Read more

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Statistics in finance and economics

  • Event Period: 11 October 2018
  • Event Venue: The Royal Statistical Society

 RES Secretary-General Denise Osborn will chair a discussion on a proposal to form a new Special Interest Group (SIG) with the Royal Statistical... Read more

Ten Years after the Global Financial Crisis: what have we learned and what did we forget?

  • Event Period: 18 October 2018
  • Event Venue: LSE Old Building, Houghton St, London WC2A 2AE

This event explores the causes of the 2008 global financial crash and the responses of the major advanced economies, which drew on the lessons of the... Read more

Bristol Festival of Economics (Does Economics Care About the Future?)

  • Event Period: 07 November 2018
  • Event Venue: We The Curious (At-Bristol)

Keynes famously said we’re all dead in the long run. We face major intergenerational problems, a housing crisis, automation of many traditional jobs,... Read more

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