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3rd Workshop MAD (Macro/microeconomics of Agriculture and Development)

22 novembre 2017
Paris Campus Jourdan
Date limite de soumission : 30 septembre 2017

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Structural change, innovation, competitiveness and regional development in a Service Economy

22 janvier 2018
Villeneuve d'ascq
Date limite de soumission : 30 octobre 2017

1st ERSA Winter School ERSA (Lille, January 22-26th 2018) Structural change, innovation, competitiveness and regional development in a Service Economy

More information : https://ersa.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/2018-ersa-winter-school/ersaws2018
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Invitation au séminaire Nasse - Algorithmes et concurrence - 6 juin 2017

6 juin 2017
Centre de conférences Pierre Mendès France, Ministère de l’Économie et des Finances (139, rue de Ber

Madame, Monsieur,
La prochaine séance du séminaire Philippe Nasse aura lieu le mardi 6 juin 2017 de 10h à 12h30 et sera consacrée au thème « Algorithmes et concurrence ».
L’abondance des contenus, des offres et des informations disponibles en ligne a rendu courante l’utilisation d’algorithmes automatiques afin de classer et comparer des contenus, d’ajuster les prix en temps réel, ou encore de mieux cibler la publicité. Si ce contexte peut augmenter la concurrence, grâce à une comparaison plus efficace des offres par exemple, les algorithmes peuvent également réduire l’intensité concurrentielle.
En matière d’abus de position dominante, des plateformes de recherche en ligne peuvent par exemple favoriser leurs propres offres ou services en programmant leur algorithme pour qu’il les mette en avant. Ce type de pratique fait notamment l’objet d’une investigation de la Commission européenne vis-à-vis de Google. De même, les algorithmes peuvent favoriser la collusion, par exemple en étant programmés pour s’aligner sur les hausses de prix des concurrents, ou bien en convergeant d’eux-mêmes vers un équilibre collusif via, par exemple, des méthodes d’apprentissage. Ces pratiques pourraient être difficiles à mettre en exergue et, le cas échéant, à poursuivre pour les autorités de concurrence. En outre, certains algorithmes qui conduisent à des offres très personnalisées peuvent interroger sur la définition du marché à analyser.
Dans ce contexte, la loi pour une République numérique a notamment mis en œuvre certaines obligations de transparence concernant les plateformes numériques.
Interviendront :
-Serge Abiteboul
, directeur de recherche à l'Institut national de recherche en informatique et automatique (Inria), ENS Paris, membre de l’Académie des sciences
-Thierry Pénard, professeur d'économie à l'Université de Rennes 1 et chercheur au CREM (CNRS)
-Jérôme Philippe
, économiste, avocat associé chez Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Le débat sera animé par Emmanuel Combe, Vice-Président de l’Autorité de la concurrence.
Cette séance se tiendra au Ministère de l’Économie et des Finances (139, rue de Bercy – 75012 Paris), au centre de conférences Pierre Mendès France (plan d’accès en pièce jointe).
Le séminaire Philippe Nasse est co-organisé par la Direction générale du Trésor et l’Autorité de la concurrence.
Merci de confirmer votre présence au séminaire
Philippe Nasse (Seminaire.NASSE@dgtresor.gouv.fr). Compte tenu de la capacité limitée de la salle, les organisateurs donneront priorité aux premières réponses.
Le secrétariat du séminaire Philippe Nasse

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"Public Policies, Cities and Regions" workshop

14 décembre 2017
Lyon
Date limite de soumission : 15 septembre 2017

GATE Lyon Saint-Etienne is organizing a workshop on "Public Policies, Cities and Regions", on December 14-15, 2017 at GATE Lyon (Ecully).

Topics: Public policies are often closely related to urban and regional issues. Place-based policies such as enterprise zone or industrial cluster policies, but also local public policies, are by nature spatially differentiated. Moreover, many national public policies related to the housing market (e.g. tax incentives for rental investment), land use (e.g. zoning policies) and environment (e.g. protected areas) use delineation rules to target specific types of locations or agents.
The workshop will gather original research papers shedding light on the issues raised by these public policies for urban and regional economies.
Submissions of theoretical and empirical contributions are welcome.

Keynote speakers: Nathaniel Baum-Snow (University of Toronto) and Kurt Schmidheiny (University of Basel)

Scientific committee: Pierre-Philippe Combes (GATE, CNRS), Nelly Exbrayat (GATE, UJM), Laurent Gobillon (Paris School of Economics), Florence Goffette-Nagot (GATE, CNRS), Florian Mayneris (Univ. of Louvain-la-Neuve), Sonia Paty (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2), Frédéric Robert-Nicoud (Univ. of Lausanne), Elisabet Viladecans (Univ. of Barcelona)

Organizing committee: Sylvie Charlot (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2), Pierre-Philippe Combes (GATE, CNRS), Sylvie Démurger (GATE, CNRS), Nelly Exbrayat (GATE, UJM), Florence Goffette-Nagot (GATE, CNRS), Sonia Paty (GATE, Univ. Lyon 2)

Deadline for submissions is September 15, 2017.

You can find more information at:
https://www.gate.cnrs.fr/ppcr

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5th Bordeaux Workshop in International Economics and Finance

8 décembre 2017
Pôle Juridique et Judiciaire, Place Pey Berland, Bordeaux
Date limite de soumission : 18 septembre 2017

Emerging countries’ economic and financial vulnerabilities 10 years after the Subprime crisis

Friday, december 8, 2017 9h-18h

Keynote speakers
Jean-Joseph BOILLOT- CEPII
Ramon MORENO- BIS

Over the last decade, research programs about the economic achievements of emerging countries have highlighted the growing impact of these countries in global exchanges, in particular those belonging to the BRICS. Indeed, the latter are not only industrial and commercial giants but also major actors in the energy sector in such a way that the world balances are disturbed. Yet, further to the Subprime crisis and the world demand decline, the vulnerabilities of emerging countries to external shocks have increased, notably to the US monetary policy. These long term vulnerabilities emphasize the limits of the outward-oriented development strategies and, due to economic and financial interdependences, leading to fears of a global crisis.Thus, emerging countries are standing at a crossroads : their problems of growth (China), of inflation (Brazil, India), their financial (China), demographic (China) and social concerns (China, Brazil), and also the political instability of some of them (Brazil, Egypt, Tunisia)... are challenges they have to overcome to transform their economy. This workshop has the ambition to question the vulnerabilities of these countries under their commercial, monetary and financial aspects. Finally, the range of the issues covered by this workshop can conduct to a vast research program. Papers can in particular address the following issues :
a. How do these countries, which are developing ones, fit in these lower growth periods ?
b. How do they modify their growth model ? How do they deepen their structural change ?
c. How do they manage financial instability ?
d. Is there a global financial cycle that may have pro-cyclical effects on emerging countries ?
e. Are emerging markets’ difficulties, in particular in China, a potential source of global/regional financial crisis ?
f. How do the financial problems in China disrupt the internationalization of its currency and its recent inclusion into the SRD composition ?
g. Is the regular reduction of some emerging countries’ international reserves a case of concern ? ...

Submission details
The workshop welcomes submissions by academics, practitioners and regulators. Papers (theoretical, empirical or historical) must be complete and written in English. The front page should clearly indicate the name of co-authors, their electronic address and their affiliation. Papers should be submitted by email to the following electronic addresses : delphine.lahet@u-bordeaux.fr and dalila.chenaf-nicet@u-bordeaux.fr

More infomation : http://lare-efi.u-bordeaux4.fr/spip.php?article297&var_mode=calcul
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CALL FOR PAPERS - 2nd ERMEES Macroeconomics Workshop : “Heterogeneities in the EU: strength or weakness?”

13 octobre 2017
Strasbourg
Date limite de soumission : 15 mai 2017

The University of Strasbourg, the Bureau for Economic Theory and Applications and the ERMEES research team are delighted to announce a one-day macroeconomics workshop to be held on Friday October 13, 2017 in Strasbourg. This workshop aims at providing some perspectives on the macroeconomic issues raised by heterogeneities in the EU, with a special focus on structure, cost and management of these heterogeneities. The main purpose of this workshop is to produce high quality debates and to draw some perspectives on the future of the European project. We invite the submission of papers on various topics related to heterogeneities or asymmetries in the EU; both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome. All presentations and discussions will be in English.

Keynote speakers: Iain Begg (European Institute, London School of Economics), Paul de Grauwe (European Institute, London School of Economics), Cinzia Alcidi (Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), Brussels). 

Publication opportunities: The participants of the workshop are invited to submit their works to a special issue of Applied Economics Quarterly.

Submission Procedure: Full papers should be submitted by email to ermees@unistra.fr before may 15, 2017. Papers should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number. Authors should specify whether they intend to submit their paper to the special issue. 

For additional information: http://ermees.fr/fr/category/workshop/

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4th International Workshop on Economic Analysis of Litigation - June 22-23 2017 - University Paris Nanterre

22 juin 2017
Nanterre
Date limite de soumission : 15 avril 2017

After Catania 2014, Torino 2015, and Montpellier 2016, the 4th International Workshop on Economic Analysis of Litigation will be hosted by EconomiX - CNRS & University Paris Nanterre, on next June 22-23 2017.

Objectives of the workshop: the aim of this meeting is to bring together economists and lawyers to discuss the problems of justice, courts' functioning and the litigation process. This year, we would like to put particular emphasis on the role of constitutional justice and judicial independence and their interplay with society and economic activity.

Topics – the organizing committee encourages submissions of both theoretical and empirical works, especially in the following topics: Constitutional Courts, Judicial Independence, Judicial Institutions and the Economy, Judicial Performance, Courts' Organization, Judicial Decision-Making, Litigation Process, Comparative Judicial Systems. A keynote address will be given by Stefan Voigt (Hamburg University).

Papers with a clear focus on constitutional economics will be considered for publication on a special issue on Constitutional Political Economy.  The papers not entering the topic above can still be directed to the European Journal of Law and Economics.

Scientific Committee
: Andreea Cosnita, Katrin Deckert, Giuseppe Di Vita, Eric Langlais, Alessandro Melcarne, Giovanni B. Ramello, Saïd Souam.

Local Organizers
: Andreea Cosnita, Eric Langlais, Alessandro Melcarne.

For submission information contact: Alessandro Melcarne alessandro.melcarne@u-paris10.fr)

Attendance and Fee: € 150 per person (regular fee); € 100 per person (PhD students)

Important Dates
Submission deadline: April 15, 2017
Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2017
Registration deadline: June 1, 2017 

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VIII Workshop on Institution, Individual Behavior and Economic Outcomes

12 juin 2017
Corte
Date limite de soumission : 31 mars 2017

The VIII  Workshop on Institution, Individual Behavior and Economic Outcomes, is organized by CRENoS, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Aziendali, University of Sassari and University of Cagliari, and the University of Corsica Pasquali Paoli.

The scope of the event is to give participants the opportunity to present their work in progress to an audience of interested peers and get valuable feedback for improving their ongoing research.

Both the format and the location of the workshop have been chosen to provide an ideal setting for promoting knowledge sharing and social interactions conducive to collaborative research networks.

This year the event will be held in two different venues according to the following schedule:

Corte, Corsica 12th-14th June

   - Regional Sustainable Development and Policies (12th June)
   - Economics of Innovation, Technology and Globalization (13th June)
   - Law and Economics (14th June)

Alghero, Sardinia 16th-21th June

   - Banking and Macroeconomics with Financial frictions (16th June)
   - Real Macroeconomics (17th June)
   - Information Acquisition (18th June)
   - Political Economy (19-20th June)
   - Media Economics (20th-21st June)

For more information and to submit your application click here (http://www.lebaf.uniss.it/workshop/Home.html).

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DIAL Conference on Development Economics

29 juin 2017
Paris, Université Paris-Dauphine
Date limite de soumission : 31 janvier 2017

L’Université Paris-Dauphine et l’Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD) organisent conjointement leur quatrième colloque international en économie internationale et du développement les 29 et 30 juin 2017.
Ce colloque qui se tiendra à Paris fournira un espace de discussion des innovations théoriques et empiriques dans ces domaines. Les chercheurs intéressés sont invités à envoyer des articles portant sur l’économie internationale et du développement.

Conférenciers invités :
Guillaume Daudin, Université Paris-Dauphine
Eliana La Ferrara, Université Bocconi
Rohini Somanathan, Delhi School of Economics

Les articles soumis peuvent être en version préliminaire. Les résumés seuls ne seront pas acceptés.
Merci de soumettre les contributions en format PDF avec mots-clés et résumé (150 mots) au plus tard le 31 Janvier 2017, sur le site web de la conférence http://colloque-dial.dauphine.fr/fr.html.

Le résultat du processus de sélection sera annoncé le 2 Avril 2017 au plus tard

Comité scientifique
Florence Arestoff (Université Paris-Dauphine), Olivier Bargain (Université Aix-Marseille), Rémi Bazillier (Université Paris 1), Tanguy Bernard (Université de Bordeaux), Simone Bertoli (Université d’Auvergne), Eve Caroli (Université Paris-Dauphine), Fatou Cissé (CRES), Mouna Cherkaoui (Université Mohammed V), Anda David (AFD), Ashwini Deshpande (Delhi School of Economics), Marta dos Reis Castilho (UFRJ), Hélène Ehrhart (Agence Française de Développement), Paul Glewwe (University of Minnesota), Catherine Guirkinger (Université de Namur), Tarun Jain (Indian School of Business), Sylvie Lambert (INRA, PSE), Emmanuelle Lavallée (Université Paris--Dauphine), Pierre-Guillaume Méon (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Araceli Ortega (ITSEM-EGAP), François Roubaud (IRD), Vincent Vicard (Banque de France).

Comité d’organisation
Zied Chaker (Université Paris-Dauphine), Lisa Chauvet (IRD), Isabelle Chort (Université Paris-Dauphine), Raphaël Cottin (Université Paris-Dauphine), Esther Delesalle (Université Cergy-Pontoise, PSE), Véronique Gille (IRD), Hélène Lenoble (Université Paris-Dauphine), Arnold Njike (Université Paris-Dauphine), Linda Rua (Université Paris-Dauphine).

Financement
Certains chercheurs vivant et travaillant dans un pays en développement pourront bénéficier d’un financement couvrant les frais de voyage et d’inscription à la conférence.
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4th International Meeting in Law & Economics

1 juin 2017
Université Paris Est-Créteil FSEG - Mail des Mèches - Créteil
Date limite de soumission : 16 janvier 2017

EconomiX (CNRS and Paris Nanterre), Paris Center for Law & Economics (Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas), the Laboratoire d’Economie Dionysien (Paris 8 Vincennes-St Denis), ERUDITE (Paris Est-Créteil), and the Center for Economics of Paris Nord (CNRS and Paris 13 Villetaneuse) will jointly organize the: 4th International Meeting in Law & Economics. The workshop in 2017 will be hosted by ERUDITE Paris Est-Créteil, on June 1-2.

The organization of this international conference dedicated to Law & Economics aims at establishing an annual meeting in order to attract top Law & Economics scholars on a regular basis in Ile-de-France, and to promote sustained interactions with the French scholars also interested in these topics. The workshop consists in 8 thematic sessions of 2 papers; this allows each speaker to have 45 minutes in all, and enables longer discussions with the audience than what is nowadays possible during the international conferences in the field.  

Submissions must be sent before January 16, 2017 in a pdf format to
arnold.vialfont@u-pec.fr or Eric.Langlais@u-paris10.fr. Papers (completed, or at least in preliminary draft) using various methodologies (theoretical, empirical, or experimental works) and related to any topics of Law & Economics are welcome, including : Economics of Procedures, Economics of Litigations, Law Finance and Entrepreneurship, Economics of Competition Law, Tort Law and Liability Rules, Law Enforcement and Economics of Crime, Constitutional Law and Political Economics, Intellectual Property and Innovation, Contracts and Law.  

Important dates

Call for papers : October 28, 2017
Deadline for submissions : January 16, 2017
Selection of papers : February 17, 2017
Registration and payment of fees : before March 24, 2017 (upcoming link)

Participation fees Students (Master, PhD) : 40 euros. Academics : 70 euros. Institutions and Non Academics : 100 euros  

Organizing Committee :
Béatrice Dumont (CEPN, CNRS & Paris 13), Eric Langlais (EconomiX, CNRS & Nanterre), Marie Obidzinski (CRED, Paris 2), Jacques Pelletan (LED Paris 8), Arnold Vialfont (ERUDITE, Paris Est-Créteil).

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XXXVIIèmes journées de l'AES

7 septembre 2017
Paris 8, Saint-Denis
Date limite de soumission : 21 novembre 2016

Appel à communications pour les XXXVIIèmes journées de l'AES :
« Économie sociale et économie politique : regards croisés sur l’histoire et sur les enjeux contemporains » organisées à St-Denis les 7 et 8 septembre 2017, par le Laboratoire d’économie dionysien, Université Paris 8. Cet appel à communications est ouvert à différentes disciplines (économie, sociologie, science politique, histoire, sciences de gestion...) et à leur croisement (approche interdisciplinaire).

La date limite de soumission des propositions de communication est fixée au 21 novembre 2016. Ces propositions sont à adresser à : aes2017@univ-paris8.fr Vous retrouverez l'appel à communications ainsi que toutes les informations du colloque sur le site dédié : http://aes2017.sciencesconf.org

Call for papers
Social Economy and Political Economy: Crossed Viewpoints on History and Contemporary Issues" to be held in Paris8-Saint-Denis University, France, on the 6, 7 and 8 of September 2017. Organized by the LED (Laboratoire d'Economie dionysien (EA3391)    Deadline for communication’s abstract: 21 of November, 2016, to be submitted to the following address: aes2017@univ-paris8.fr.
More information : aes2017.sciencesconf.org

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4ème journée MAGECO

9 décembre 2016
UPMC site Jussieu
Date limite de soumission : 6 novembre 0000

Appel à communication jusqu'au 6 Novembre pour cette journée consacréee aux modèles à base d'agents en économie (Agent based models).La journée vise à présenter et discuter des travaux français en cours ou récents utilisant cette méthodologie de plus en plus utlisée, mais encore mal connue.Elle permet notamment d'analyser les conséquences agrégées des interactions d'agents autonomes hétérogènes et pouvant apprendre.Les méthodes de calibration et estimation de ces modèles font partie de nos axes de recherche.L'inscription est gratuite.

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10e atelier français commun de macro-économie

9 décembre 2016
Banque de France
Date limite de soumission : 2 octobre 2016

La Fondation Banque de France organise, conjointement avec plusieurs centres de recherche (CREST/Polytechnique, PSE, Sciences Po, TSE), le 10e atelier français commun de macro-économie qui aura lieu le 9 décembre 2016 à la Banque de France.

Les chercheurs intéressés peuvent soumettre leurs papiers avant le 2 octobre 2016 à l’adresse suivante : fondation.rech@banque-france.fr

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4th Workshop JEAM

12 octobre 2016
MSH Paris Nord
Date limite de soumission : 2 septembre 2016

The Labex MME-DII, together with the universities listed below, is organizing its 4th workshop in applied macro-econometrics on October 12th in Paris (France).

The goal of this workshop is to bring together European applied macroeconomists to discuss current frontier research on a regular basis.  Applications from economists from all French and European institutions are welcomed in all fields of applied macroeconomics and applied econometrics including financial, international, monetary, fiscal and non-linear econometrics. Empirical contributions are welcome. 

A special session on spatial econometrics applied to macroeconomics will be organized.

The workshop is a one day workshop, which will take place in Paris at MSH Paris Nord.

Submission of papers 
  Interested authors submit a draft of their paper in electronic form (PDF format) at JEAMLabexMMEDII@gmail.com by September 2d.
The authors of accepted papers will be notified at the latest by September 12th 

Scientific and organizing committee:
 Frédérique Bec, University of Cergy-Pontoise 
Melika Ben-Salem, University of Paris Est 
Joel Oudinet, University of Paris Nord 
Francisco Serranito, University of Orléans

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Call for papers - Workshop on Empirical Monetary Economics 2016

12 décembre 2016
Sciences Po, 13 rue de l'Université - 75007 Paris
Date limite de soumission : 30 septembre 2016

Call for Papers
Workshop on Empirical Monetary Economics 2016
December 12-13 2016
Sciences Po
Paris, France

Objective

The purpose of this workshop is to provide the opportunity to discuss and promote topical empirical research related to all areas of monetary economics. Some particularly relevant topics are:

- The domestic and international transmission channels and macroeconomic effects of both conventional and unconventional monetary policies
- Policy implementation, communication strategies, the role of expectations and forward guidance
- Risks associated to the normalization of monetary policy
- Central bank design, goals, monetary policy tools, accountability and interaction with fiscal policy
- Financial stability, the interaction between monetary policy, macro- and micro-prudential tools
- Market structures, regulation and the conduct of monetary policy
- Central banking and long-term challenges (digital currencies, secular stagnation, inequality)

Keynote speakers
- Michael Ehrmann (Bank of Canada)
- José-Luis Peydró (Universitat Pompeu Fabra & CEPR)

Submissions
Please submit a full paper in PDF format to eme.workshop@sciencespo.fr. The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2016. Decisions will be notified before end of October 2016.

Practical information
This two-day workshop will take place at Sciences Po in Paris, France, on December 12-13, 2016. There is no registration fee and the workshop does not cover travel and accommodation costs.

Organizers
Christophe Blot (OFCE - Sciences Po) and Paul Hubert (OFCE - Sciences Po)

Scientific Committee
Philippe Andrade (Banque de France)
Refet Gürkaynak (Bilkent University)
Fabien Labondance (Université de Franche‐Comté)
Grégory Levieuge (Université d'Orléans)
Giovanni Ricco (University of Warwick)
Urszula Szczerbowicz (Banque de France)
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Appel à communications Bordeaux Workshop in International Economics and Finance

15 décembre 2016
University of Bordeaux
Date limite de soumission : 1 octobre 2016

4th Bordeaux Workshop in International Economics and Finance organized by LAREFI – University of Bordeaux
15-16 December 2016, Bordeaux (France)
Macro-stabilisation policies and bank risk-taking

The global financial crisis of 2007-2009 has highlighted the vulnerability of the banking system to adverse shocks, and the subsequent sovereign debt crisis in the Euro area has further weakened the European banks. The widespread distress and bankruptcies lead monetary and banking regulatory authorities to implement a new set of stabilization policies. [...]

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Call for papers 2nd Lille Workshop on political economy: “Frontiers of Political (Micro-)economics

6 octobre 2016
Faculté des Sciences Economiques et Sociales, Université de Lille, France
Date limite de soumission : 1 juin 2016

We invite submission of papers for the 2nd Lille Workshop on Political Economy (October 06 & 07, 2016). This year’sedition is devoted to the (Micro-)Economics of Political Economy. Papers may be theoretical and/orempirical but should be focused on the Microeconomics of Political issues. The aim of theworkshop is to offer a forum to discuss works in progress, not to present papers already acceptedfor publication.

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Workshop on Trade and Firm Labor Costs

29 juin 2016
SciencesPo CEVIPOF, 98 rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris
Date limite de soumission : 10 avril 2016

Call for paper

 Workshop on Trade and Firm Labor Costs
 Wednesday,June 29th 2016

While the sensitivity of trade to unit labor costs is relatively well documented at the macro-level,few studies address the issue at the firm-level, discarding the heterogeneous response of trading firms.The relation between labor costs and firm competitiveness is a dual one. If a high wage bill reducescost competitiveness, it may also signal the high qualification of the labour force. Disentangling thesetwo aspects of labor cost is a major question of empirical identification.
At a time where governments compete with each other to raise their national competitiveness, forinstance by lowering taxes on wages, new evidence are needed to guide the design of policies and makecompetitiveness policies well purposed.
To this end, this workshop intends to gather recent research on firm-level studies on trade andlabor costs. In particular, it aims at augmenting the evidence about the relation between firms’ wagepayroll and trade outcomes by exploiting the information from micro-level panel data.

Invited speakers:
Juan Carluccio (Banque de France)Trade, Wages, and Collective Bargaining: Evidence from France (with D. Foug`ere and E. Gautier)
Catherine Fuss (National Bank of Belgium)How do exporters react to changes in cost competitiveness? (with S. Decramer and J. Konings)

Submission:
To submit a paper, send a copy to laborcosts.workshop@sciencespo.fr before the 10th of April 2016. A selection commitee composed of S. Guillou, T. Mayer, L. Nesta, T. Treibich and R. Sampognarowill select papers. The decisions will be sent to the authors by the end of April 2016.

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15th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics

26 mai 2016
Orléans
Date limite de soumission : 15 mars 2016

The LEO (Department of Economics of Orléans - UMR CNRS 7322) and the University of Orléans will host the 15th International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics on May 26-27, 2016.

The aim of this International Workshop is to promote and develop scientific exchanges between economists, econometricians, statisticians and mathematicians on spatial econometrics and statistics and on their applications in several fields of economics. This International Workshop strongly encourages exchanges between senior and junior researchers as well as PhD students.

This 15th edition welcomes theoretical and empirical contributions on methodological advances in spatial econometrics and statistics. A particular emphasis will be given to econometrics of networks and peer-effects, in addition to contribution in applied economics, especially in the fields of urban and regional economics, agricultural economics, transport economics, labour economics, health economics and environmentals.

The invited speakers are:
- Professor Lung-fei LEE, Ohio State University, USA.
- Professor James LESAGE, Texas State University – San Marcos, USA.

More information : http://sew2016.sciencesconf.org/?lang=en
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152th EAAE SEMINAR : Emerging Technologies and the Development of Agriculture

30 août 2016
Novi Sad, Serbia
Date limite de soumission : 31 janvier 2016

Emerging Technologies and the Development of Agriculture
August 30th - September 1st 2016, Novi Sad, Serbia


Organisers: Serbian Association of Agricultural Economists (SAAE) & Faculty of Economics, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, University of Novi Sad


The website will be available soon! More information can be read in the (new) flyer.
New first deadline: submission of abstracts: January 31st, 2016. 

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International Workshop on Franchising & Distribution Networks in Emerging Countries

12 mai 2016
Saint-Etienne
Date limite de soumission : 15 février 2016

The aim of the workshop “Franchising & Distribution Networks in Emerging Countries” is to provide aforum for researchers and practitioners interested in the development of franchising and distribution networksin emerging countries. The theme of franchising and distribution networks is a fertile field of research whosedynamism is manifested globally through regular publications in the best refereed scientific journals ineconomics and management. This interdisciplinary workshop is foremost, but not exclusively, based oneconomics and management. While a wide literature exists on the different aspects of franchising in developedcountries, franchise and distribution networks are growing strongly in emerging economies. Statistics show aremarkable dynamism in Brazil, Mexico, China, Turkey, and in several African countries. This trend continues,despite the crises (social, economic, political, etc.) in emerging countries, and growing scientific work ispresently developing on this topic. The purpose of the workshop is to promote an open debate on the state ofthe art and encourage the development of international collaborative research projects on franchising anddistribution networks in emerging countries. We invite researchers in economics, management, or otherscientific fields, to submit both empirical and theoretical papers.

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15th session of the Institutionaland Organizational Economics Academy (ex-ESNIE)

16 mai 2016
Corsica (France)
Date limite de soumission : 15 février 2016

The 15th session of the Institutionaland Organizational Economics Academy (ex-ESNIE) will be held from the 16th to the 20th of May 2016 in Corsica (France).

More information : http://www.ioea.eu/ioea2016.html
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International Spillovers and Extensive Margins

3 décembre 2015
Rennes
Date limite de soumission : 27 novembre 2015

The Center of Research in Economics and Management (CREM) organizes the 2nd International MACroeconomics (IMAC) workshop (3-4 december) on international spillovers and extensive margins. The aim of this workshop is to discuss theoretical and empirical papers related to two growing branches of research in macroeconomics regarding the international adjustment of countries to asymmetric shocks: spillovers (either real or financial) and extensive margins (on activity or trade). 

http://crem.univ-rennes1.fr/spip.php?rubrique150
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CEUS Workshop 2016: International Trade, Labor Markets and Finance in Europe

19 mai 2016
Vallendar/Koblenz, Germany
Date limite de soumission : 28 février 2016

The Center for EUropean Studies (CEUS) at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar near Koblenz (Germany) is organizing a workshop on 'International Trade, Labor Markets and Finance in Europe' to be held on May 19 – 20, 2016. I would like to invite you to attend the workshop and, if possible, also to submit a paper. Furthermore I would be thankful if you could forward this email to your colleagues who might be interested in participating. For more information, please consult the attached Call for Papers

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4ème Joournée MAGECO

27 novembre 2015
EHESS 96 Bd Raspail Paris

Journée "Modèles basés agents en Economie"organisateurs: Antoine Mandel (Paris1 /PSE)Annick Vignes (ENPC/CAMS/EHESS)9h30-18hprésetnation et discussion de mocèles à base d'agents en économievoir programme en fichier

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