11th Annual International Conference on Global Studies: Business, Economic, Political, Social and Cultural Aspects.
Dates: 18th – 21st December 2017
Dates: 18th – 21st December 2017
Submissions are invited for the Symposium of Junior Researchers 2016 of the Royal Economic Society, taking place on Thursday 24 March 2016 at the University of Sussex, Brighton.
We invite submissions of papers from PhD students and early career researchers in any field of economics. The details for submissions are as follows:
Deadline for the submission of papers: 15 January 2016. Submission of papers must be done via the link available on the conference webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/resjunsym/submissions
Notification of acceptance will be by 1 February 2016.
The keynote lecture will be given by Professor Stefan Dercon (University of Oxford).
This event is a one-day conference for junior researchers that will follow the RES annual conference. The main objective of the Symposium is to bring together young economists at different stages of their research and to foster discussion and dissemination in all areas of economics.
In addition to parallel sessions with discussion, there will be time and space for poster presentations.
Authors of papers accepted for presentation at the Symposium will have the chance to win an award for the best paper of £100 and have the opportunity to present her/his paper in a plenary session.
Further information about the conference, including details of financial assistance for PhD students, is available on the conference webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/resjunsym/home
Please do not hesitate to email the local organizing committee at email@example.com if you have any questions relating to the conference.
written by Anastasia Sharova
The annual American Economic Association Meeting is a well-known event bringing together some of the brightest minds in economics and probably counting as one of the largest gatherings of young academics in one place. Here at INOMICS we are delighted to have been a part of this annual gathering for the second year in a row, as besides attendance of exceptional academic sessions, it is also a rare opportunity to meet and greet our users and readers personally.
Traditionally, every year we post interesting materials from and about ASSA meetings. With the extreme weather conditions making attendance difficult this year for many, we hope that this collection of materials will prove even more popular!
So, what was happening at ASSA? Here is our list of blogs, papers and videos to check out:
1. A good overview of what was happening at ASSA 2014 was published on Economic Principals by David Warsh and in the post ASSA 2014 Highlights by Parag Waknis, Professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
2. The Economist’s interpretation of the discussions in Philadelphia in This Time is Worse.
3. Jon Hinselrath gathered a more than curious collection of “papers with conclusions that were intriguing, offbeat, counterintuitive, head-scratching and sometimes downright kooky”.
4. Vox launched several new columns written by PhD Candidates about their Job Market Papers.
6. On a humor note, check out a Bingo game for Job Market Candidates.
7. In Job Flexibility Seen as Key to Equal Pay Brenda Cronin presents suggestions how to narrow the gender gap by Harvard Professor Claudia Goldin.
8. Employment Outcomes for Economics PhDs since 1997 in a study conducted by Wendy Stock, Professor at Montana State University, and John Siegfried, Professor at Vanderbilt University.
9. A list of presented papers on behavioral economics, mostly with a preview available for download.
10. A summary of a session on research transparency held by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences.
11. Five Takeaways from the American Economic Association Meeting on WSJ Blogs by Brenda Cronin can be a useful guide for those planning to attend future events.
12. Selected Webcasts of the ASSA 2014 are also available now online.
If you know more articles and materials to share, please do so in the comments!
Photo Credit: Peter Miller
“Alternative Futures for Global Banking: Competition, Regulation and Reform”
The IFABS 2014 is jointly organized by the ISCTE Business School, ISCTE-IUL Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, University of Leicester School of Management, Cass Business School, City University and University of Molise in the beautiful city of Lisbon, Portugal, on 18-20 June, 2014.
IFABS is one of the world’s leading organisations dedicated to the promotion of research and understanding of banking and finance. Established in the UK its purpose is to raise awareness of the importance of banking and finance for economic development and the wellbeing of members of society. It achieves this by providing a forum for discussion and critical analysis of the major financial and banking challenges and networking amongst academics, policy-makers, research students and practitioners.
The conference organizers would like to invite the submission of papers relating to all aspects of banking and finance. Both theoretical and empirical papers are encouraged in areas which include, but are not limited to:
The deadline for submission of completed papers or extended abstracts using the Conftool system at the Conference website is 1st March 2014.
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