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Econometrics Conferences 2014

written by Olga Maslovskaya

conferences 014Econometrics is a thorough discipline that demands time and effort to be mastered. For many people who want to pursue a degree in economics it serves as an obstacle, but as we’ve shown before, there are many resources you can use to your advantage to become proficient in it: blogs and podcasts can introduce you to the topic and give practical advice, free online courses will incentivize you to learn systematically and increase your ability to perform a research using different econometrics and statistical software like “R” or “Stata”, and YouTube channels can greatly support your studies by giving access to lectures and tutorials of great professors at any time convenient for you.

For those of you who already feel comfortable enough with at least basic econometrics and see the discipline as a vital tool for any research project and an indispensable part of any empirical study, participating in a conference might be the next step. To help you to take a decision which event to attend, we collected a number of econometrics conferences and workshops worldwide published on INOMICS, where researchers and econometricians gather to exchange experiences and discuss advances in the field (in chronological order): Read more

 

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Top Conferences in Business Economics 2013

written by Olga Maslovskaya

Business Economics is a rather broad area of economics covering everything from business organization, management and marketing to the role of entrepreneurs and impact of the government on corporations. It is also assumed to be one of the most applicable research branches within economics: where today’s academic research might result in tomorrow’s industry implementations.

Here is the list of some of the most interesting conferences related to business economics taking place in the second half of 2013 around the world (ordered by date). Read more

 

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What is Inequality? Links and Resources

written by Olga Maslovskaya

There exist two sides to every argument; in this one we have on one side a utopian world where everyone is equal and on the other a world where inhabitants don’t want to share what they’ve earned (presumably) by persistence and hard work with others and keep it for themselves. Herein lie the issues of inequality and the question of welfare and income redistribution. There are debates at every level of society, government and especially amongst economists as to where this problem comes from and how to tackle it.

Here is a list of links to economics blogs that are useful for understanding the concept of inequality and economists’ ideas on the topic; as well as a short list of conferences in the field Read more

 

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The Current Crisis And Recovery: Conferences And Blogs

written by Olga Maslovskaya

For the last couple of years we have been hearing repeated, if sporadic ‘rumours’ about the soon-to-be recovery. Different economists have different views on this, and below you can find a list of up-to-date comments about the prospects for the near future, and conferences which are open for registration if you have ideas on this topic to tell the world about.

Blogs:

1. A series of financial shocks have jolted the economy in recent decades, but the experts are not much closer to understanding how such problems develop. The New-York times about a recent IMF conference: ‘Economists Agree: Solutions Are Elusive’

2. Macroeconomist Gavyn Davies about the ‘Great Recession and Not-So-Great Recovery’ in the Financial Times

3. Defining who is the one to blame for the crisis is a pretty tough task. Reasons  for and against blaming the Fed can be found at: ‘Is the Federal Reserve Breeding the Next Financial Crisis?’

4. Quite optimistic comments of Tim Duy about how resilient the current economy is: ‘The Recovery is Real’

5. Jeffrey Sachs on the Crisis, the Recovery and the Future (a podcast).

Conferences:

1. The Conference ‘Supervising Banks in Complex Financial Systems’ on financial institutions, financial stability, complexity, and linkages to the real economy will be held in Frankfurt, Germany.

2. The joint conference by The European Centre for Corporate Engagement (ECCE) at the Maastricht University and the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) ‘Financial Globalisation and Sustainable Finance: Implications for Policy and Practice’ will be held in Cape Town, South Africa.

3. The International Conference on Applied Business and Economics (ICABE) 2013 has the theme “The Role of Financial Accountability and Transperency in Economic Activities” and is aiming to “address the issues that arise from financial speculation and limited disclosure to the build up of a Financial and Economic crisis”. It will take place in New York, USA.

 

 

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Conferences & Prizes for Young Economists

written by Christopher Nash

After our post last summer about the trend for conferences and prizes aimed at young economists, several further events are coming up this year, which could be of interest to PhD students and young researchers. Some of these are specifically for students or junior academics whilst others offer financial support or prizes to those attending or presenting papers at the meeting.

Below is an overview of some of the most interesting events currently listed on INOMICS. If you know of other conferences for young economists, please feel free to mention them in the comments below. Read more

 

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AEA 2013 Annual Meeting: Links and Resources

written by Anastasia Sharova

Two weeks having passed since ASSA 2013 we have put together a list of links from economics blogs, which highlight some of the sessions, papers and thoughts triggered by the discussions. If you  have found more interesting resources share them with us in the comments! Read more

 

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Top Finance Conferences 2013

written by Helen Burbank

 

In today’s global world, the transfer of information is crucial to success. Since the start of the recession in 2008 financial issues have increasingly been among the hottest discussion topics around the world – in particular the balancing of books and budgets, whether in supranational financial unions like the EU, individual countries, businesses or households. From the academic perspective, there is still much to be explored in the world of finance.

Below is our list of the top finance conferences around the world, tackling a range of tough financial topics – both academic and otherwise (ordered by date): Read more

 

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Economics Conferences in China, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand

written by Anastasia Sharova

Following our earlier post from November about Economics Conferences in 2013, we have now published a (chronological) list of Conferences in Economics and Statistics taking place in the Asia-Pacific Region. If you know of other interesting, economics-related events in the region, please share these with us in the comments at the end of this post.

 

1. Asia-Pacific Meeting of the Economic Science Association
February 16-18, Tokyo, Japan

The conference welcomes researchers who use experimental methods to learn about economic behavior, including not only economists, but also scholars in psychology, neuroscience and other related disciplines. It is organized by the Economic Science Association and hosted by the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo.  Limited travel funds are available.

2. 10th Biennial Pacific Rim Conference
 March 14-17, Tokyo, Japan

This prominent conference is organized by the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) and hosted by Keio University, the Tokyo Center for Economic Research, and the Keio-Kyoto Joint Global CEO Program. Topics will include economic activity in Asia and the Pacific, the world economy, financial fragility and reform and many others. The keynote address will be given by the 2003 Nobel Laureate in Economics, Robert Engle. Read more

 

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Economics Conferences 2013

written by Anastasia Sharova

With the end of the year and budget (as well as papers) submission deadlines approaching, it is high time to plan your scientific conference attendance for the next year. The number of events, which cover all possible research topics in economics, are overwhelming: currently there are about 300 conferences from all over the world on INOMICS alone. Following up on our post about Top Economics Conferences 2012 we decided to draft a new list for the year 2013.

In the list below you will mostly find interdisciplinary events, which welcome contributions from different fields of specialization and focus on research, providing opportunities for papers to be published. Read more

 

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Academizing During Your First Academic Conference

What to expect at your first academic conference and how to prepare for it: first-hand experience

written by Christian Ruiz (Guest Blogger)

There was a certain naiveté in the air when I went to my first academic conference. I thought that all I would have to do is to write a decent paper and to present it to the public. In retrospect this could have ended badly and I wish someone had intercepted me on the way to the airport and given me some key-warnings to know in advance. Thus, after this multifaceted experience, I thought to write the following points in a humble and only half-serious manner.

An academic conference is where scientists and other mostly sun-deprived* human beings dare to get out of their heavily neglected* workspaces in order to academize (*Regressions for these claims will soon be presented by Ruiz et al. under α<0.05 statistical significance). The goal is primarily to present your scientific results to a broad audience – beyond the usual four suspects, who will read your paper anyway – and to know the latest state of research: it wouldn’t be very funny if you invest a lot of time in writing a paper just to find out that someone just published the same thing, right?

A: Preparation before the Conference

  • Know your Discussant

The panels usually consist of a few panelists (you?), a moderator, a discussant and a cheering audience. The discussant is supposed to have read all the presented papers and comments on all of the academic contributions after the presentations. Read more

 

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