The meetings provide opportunities for interviews between job market candidates and recruiting institutions, as well as research presentations and plenary sessions on aspects of academic life including ‘How to Get your Work Published’.
Over the two days, there are:
See clip below for feedback from previous delegates and Sir Richard Blundell, CBE, FBA.
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Date: 3rd - 4th January 2017
Venue: Westminster Business School
REGISTRATION: Registration opens on 1 September 2016. Please use the following link to register your attendance: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/royal-economics-society-phd-meetings-2017-tickets-25544248535
RES Student Membership - Your RES membership number is required to register for this event. If you are not yet a member of the Society please note that Membership numbers can take 24 hours to generate before you can register for this meeting. Join the Royal Economic Society.
Please Note: If you require an invitation letter for the purposes of obtaining a VISA, please contact email@example.com once you have received confirmation that your paper has been accepted. The deadline for this is 20 December 2016.
A key aim of the meetings is to allow European recruiters to interview job market candidates nearer to home. Recruiters use the meetings in addition to or as well as the AEA meetings to meet with candidates. Students should note that attending the meetings does not guarantee them interviews, most institutions arrange these in advance.
Students can present their work in a presentation or poster session. Please note that Poster submissions are not accepted separately. You will have to submit a paper and these will go through the same referee process where they may be selected as poster presentations. Many recruiters are doing interviews not attending sessions, but students can perfect their (job market) presentation skills and get feedback from peers. This may be particularly helpful for students who are planning to go on the job market. Posters are set up in the refreshment area, so do tend to attract a lot of interest.
The meetings are open both to current job market candidates and to PhD students who are planning to go on the job market. There is no charge for attending, but students must be members of the Royal Economic Society. To attend you must be an RES Member and complete the registration form.
Employers will be provided with private booths or stands where they can conduct job market interviews or advertise their institutions and organisations. To book space please click here.
Recruiting organisations can also apply for space here through the RES Events Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Below is a list of Institutions that will be attending the RES 2017 JobMarket. This list will be regularly updated.
Please note: Recruits will contact the individual candidates selected for interview. Students should note that attending the meetings does not guarantee them interviews, most institutions arrange these in advance.
Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen
Imperial College Business School
Lancaster University - Department of Economics
Royal Holloway, University of London
School of Economics, University of East Anglia
Job Listings available here:
Submit applications to the following address:
The Swedish Institute for Social Research
Trinity College Dublin
Universitat de Barcelona
University of Bristol
University of Essex, Economics Department
University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School
University of Manchester
University of Sussex
University of Westminster
Candidates with expertise in microeconometric evaluation techniques should contact us if they are interested in Research Fellow/Associate positions - preferably in the area of Labour Economics, but related areas also welcomed.
Interested candidates should contact Prof. Peter Urwin, Director, Centre for Employment Research: email@example.com
Professor Martin Cripps
Martin Cripps is Professor of Economics at UCL. Martin specialises in Game Theory: Repeated and Dynamic Games, Experimentation and Dynamic games of asymmetric information.
Professor Cripps will be discussing “How to Get your Work Published".
Professor Alan Manning
Alan Manning is professor of economics at LSE and director of the Labour Markets Programme in CEP. He is a leading labour economist and an expert on low wage and female labour markets, unemployment, minimum wages, and monopsony in labour markets.
Professor Manning will be looking at "How to Negotiate the Job Market".
The 2016 RES PhD Meetings were held on 8-9 January at the Westminster Business School Marylebone Campus in central London. The Meeting provided opportunities for interviews between job market candidates and recruiting institutions, as well as research presentations and plenary sessions on key aspects of academic life including sessions from Prof. Daniel Hamermesh on negotiating the job market and from Prof. Frederic Vermeulen (Editor of The Economic Journal) on How to get published. A networking reception was sponsored by the Bank of England.
The 2015 RES PhD Meetings & JobMarket took place on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th January 2015 at University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT.
Keynotes: RES President, former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Professor Sir Charles Bean (LSE) and Professor Sir Richard Blundell (UCL & IFS)
Plenary sessions including 'How to Get Published' (click link to view slides), 'Negotiating the Job Market', and 'Teaching Economics' (click links to view slides). 200+ PhD students from the UK, rest of Europe and the US presented their papers over the weekend and were available for formal and informal interviews, booked through EconJobMarket.
Programme Chair: Martin Cripps, UCL. UCL Organiser: Nirusha Vigi.
The 2014 RES Postgraduate Presentation Meeting & Job Market took place on 10-11 January 2014 at University College London.
Keynote: Professor Imran Rasul (UCL),followed by a drinks reception attended by the Government Economic Service, the Bank of England, the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, and Frontier Economics. 100+ PhD students from the UK, rest of Europe and the US presented their papers over the weekend and were available for formal and informal interviews. 2014 PhD Conference Programme
2013 RES PhD Presentation Meeting Programme at Queen Mary, University of London.