Inaugural International Conference on Applied Economics and Policy (ICAEP) 2017, Kuala Lumpur, August 21-22, 2017
The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is organizing a special GLO session on labor market and human capital related issues in South and South-East Asia as part of the inaugural International Conference on Applied Economics and Policy (ICAEP) 2017. It’ll be organized by the Faculty of Economics and Administration (FEA) at the University of Malaya, the oldest economics faculty in Malaysia. The conference is expected to attract a large number of academics, researchers and policy makers from ASEAN countries. The conference venue, the University of Malaya, is located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The special session will be chaired by GLO Fellow, Professor Niaz Asadullah of the University of Malaya (contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Interested contributors are requested to submit the title and abstract (400 words) of their paper with full contact details of all authors. Full paper is also welcome, if available. The submission deadline is 30th April 2017. Please select “GLO session” if submitting proposals directly through the conference site. In total, 4 papers will be selected for the GLO session. In case of a large number of high quality submissions, an additional session may be planned. For further details on the conference, please visit http://umconference.um.edu.my/icaep2017. The final GLO session can be found here.
The Experimental Economics Lab presents the 1st International Scientific Conference on Economics in a Changing World. In the past decade, we have witnessed how different sets of events can trigger global economic changes. From the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis to today’s increasing number of political and conflict-related shocks, no nation’s economy has proven resistant to these changes. The complexity of interactions between economic and political factors has increased and these elements ought to be incorporated into future policies. A new development agenda should carry forward the spirit of active response to changes, seeking an answer to the questions of what should and can be done to anticipate changes and transform economies for the better. Practical focus of the conference is highlighting the agenda of challenges, topics of migrations, national security, poverty, education, economic growth and healthcare to fulfil our vision of promoting sustainable development worldwide.
International Conference “People Matter: Quality of Life and Population Wellbeing in Post-Transition Economies” organized by the Kyiv School of Economics and VoxUkraine on September 14-15, 2017 in Kyiv in Ukraine. It is supported by the Global Labor Organization (GLO).
This is the first conference in the region which will bring together researchers from around the world who have been studying population well-being and its various aspects in post-socialist countries during the transition period and beyond. It will provide an opportunity for extended dialogue among academic and policy researchers, government officials and policy makers to promote use of evidence and analytics in the decision making at all levels. In particular, the panel discussions will focus on such the wellbeing implications of such matters as youth labor market exclusion and forced migration, as well as health reform, pension reform and land reform in the context of Ukraine. The aim of the conference is three-fold: (i) to promote existing research on various aspects of population wellbeing, (ii) to facilitate the dialogue between researchers, policy makers and civil society, and (iii) to promote use of existing data and discuss possibilities for new data collection for the generation of evidence needed for policy making.
The organizing committee of the conference includes GLO Fellow Olena Nizalova (University of Kent), Yuri Gorodnichenko (University of California, Berkley), Tymofiy Mylovanov (Kyiv School of Economics and University of Pittsburgh), Mariya Aleksynska (ILO), and Olga Kupets (Kyiv School of Economics).
Klaus F. Zimmermann (UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University and President of GLO) will provide a keynote lecture on “Migration and Well-being” on September 14. He will also chair a policy panel on “Migration caused by conflicts: Wellbeing of refugees and internally displaced people”. Available: full program of the conference.
The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is organizing a special GLO session at the 32nd annual Conference of the Italian Association of Labour Economists, hosted by the Department of Economics, Statistics and Finance “Giovanni Anania” at the University of Calabria in the Arcavacata Campus in Rende (Cosenza), on the 14th-15th September 2017. The theme for this year’s conference “Gender Gaps in Educational Choices” is the analysis of the factors determining different educational choices and labour market outcomes across gender. This year the AIEL keynote lecture will be delivered by Victor Lavy (Hebrew University of Jerusalem and University of Warwick) on “Why There Are Fewer Female Engineers: The Role of Teachers”. There will be a special invited plenary session on Retirement and Reform of the Pension System. The policy issues are the financial sustainability of the pension system and the effect the institutional setup on welfare and health of retired workers. Full program with the GLO session (see the session outline also here).
You are cordially invited to submit your abstracts or papers for presentation consideration at the 23rd EBES Conference that will take place on September 27-29, 2017 at the Faculty of Economics and Business at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain.
The conference aims to bring together many distinguished researchers from all over the world. Participants will find opportunities for presenting new research, exchanging information, and discussing current issues. Although we focus on Europe and Asia, all papers from major economics, finance, and business fields – theoretical or empirical – are highly encouraged. Submission deadline: June 30, 2017
3rd International Conference on Social Protection – Migration, Development and Social Welfare: Implications and New Insights, Kuala Lumpur, October 10-11, 2017
The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is organizing a special session on labor and migration issues in South and South-East Asia as part of the “3rd International Conference on Social Protection – Migration, Development and Social Welfare: Implications and New Insights“. The conference is scheduled to take place from 10th – 11th October 2017 in Kuala Lumpur and will be organised by the Social Security Research Centre (SSRC), Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya. The special session will be chaired by GLO Fellow, Professor Niaz Asadullah of the University of Malaya (contact email: email@example.com). Interested contributors are requested to email the title and abstract (400 words) of their paper with full contact details of all authors to Professor Asadullah. Full paper is also welcome, if available. In total, 4 papers will be selected for the GLO session. In case of a large number of high quality submissions, an additional session may be planned. For further details on the conference, please visit http://ssrc.um.edu.my/conference/#sthash.nQYYbUtX.dpuf
Ensuring Economic and Employment Stability (EES) Network Conference “Labor Markets and Macroeconomics”, Nuremberg, October 13–14, 2017
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, the Institute for Employment Research, and the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, as part of the Ensuring Economic and Employment Stability (EES) network, are organizing a conference, which will be held in Nuremberg on October 13–14, 2017. The conference aims to bring together high-quality research that is at the intersection of labor economics and macroeconomics. We invite researchers to submit related empirical and theoretical contributions. Papers using microeconomic data are especially welcome. Submissions of papers or extended Abstracts are welcome by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, the submission deadline is May 15.
Economics Conference on “An Urgency for Evidence and Transparency in Economic Analysis and Policy”, St. Charles, Missouri, October 13–14, 2017
Hosted by Center for Economics and the Environment, Hammond Institute, Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Lindenwood University and organized by Midwest office of the Association for Integrity and Responsible Leadership in Economics and Associated Professions (AIRLEAP). The AIRLEAP Midwest office invites abstract submissions (of no more than 300 words) for papers presented at the conference. Complete session proposals are also welcome. Any paper or entire session related to the conference title, or to integrity, ethics, or leadership in economics will be considered. The Deadline for submitting a paper or proposing an organized session is July 15, 2017.
ISEG 2017: Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Growth. Challenges, Measures and Solutions, Transilvania University of Brasov, October 19-21, 2017
The Faculty of Economic Sciences and Business Administration within Transilvania University of Brasov, in collaboration with the Institute for Economic Forecasting within the National Institute for Economic Research “Costin C. Kiritescu” of the Romanian Academy cordially invites you to submit research papers for presentation and discussions at the third edition of the International Conference „Inclusive and sustainable economic growth. Challenges, measures and solutions” (ISEG 2017).
The conference will be hosted by Transilvania University of Brasov and will be held 19-21 October 2017 in the Transilvania University Hall, Street Iuliu Maniu no. 47A, Brasov.
The meeting will be an excellent opportunity for academics, researchers and doctoral students to present new research results and to discuss challenging issues on the topics of conference. The aim of this new series of conferences is to gather research interests and to stimulate collaborative research around actual macro- and microeconomic Topics.
Deadline for abstract submission is May 15, 2017, and for full paper submission is September 12017. See also Call for Papers. See: GLO Session of papers.
Asian and Australasian Society of Labour Economics (AASLE) Inaugural Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, December 7-9, 2017
The Asian and Australasian Society of Labour Economics (AASLE) is being founded to promote research and cooperation in Labour and Applied Economics across Asia and Australasia. The inaugural conference of the AASLE aims to bring together researchers from around the world and will be hosted by the Australian National University Research School of Economics in Canberra, Australia, from 7-9 December 2017. The Executive Board invites submissions on any topics related to Labour and Applied Economics. Submissions for presentation should include an abstract (max. 250 words) and a full paper. Contributors are invited to submit papers and abstracts by 30 June 2017 at www.aasle2017.org/call-for-papers.
The 59th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics (ISLE) will be held during 16-18 December 2017 in the premises of Gulati Institute of Finance and Taxation (GIFT), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The conference is organized for ISLE by GIFT in collaboration with the Department of Economics, Kerala University, and the Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram.
Submission of Papers: Papers along with a summary of about 500 to 750 words should be submitted online at www.isleijle.org/59isleconference or emailed to email@example.com. Selected papers are considered for publication in the Indian Journal of Labour Economics after peer reviewing. Submission deadline is 30 September 2017.
The GLO will organize a special GLO session at this conference. Those GLO members interested to contribute to such a session are invited to contact GLO President Klaus F. Zimmermann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES) invites researchers to present their work at the 24th EBES Conference in Bangkok/Thailand on January 10-12, 2018. The event is jointly organized with the Faculty of Business Administration of Kasetsart University. See the detailed Call for Contributions.
Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) conference on “Fighting Inequality for Better Growth”, Jakarta, August 10 and 11,2017
GLO Fellow Dr Maliki is inviting papers for presentations in the Indonesia Development Forum (IDF) conference on “Fighting Inequality for Better Growth“. The Indonesia Development Forum (IDF), initiated by Ministry of National Planning Agency/ BAPPENAS, is a platform for government, private sector, academia, and other members of society to collaborate for shaping development agendas. The event will take place in Jakarta on 10-11 August 2017. Submission deadline is June 26th, 2017. For further details,visit http://www.indonesiadevelopmentforum.com/
APPAM International Conference “Public Policy and Governance Beyond Borders”, Brussels, July 13 and 14, 2017
GLO Director Alessio J.G. Brown organized and will chair a GLO Session on “Labor Market and Health Impacts of Refugees and Asylum Seekers ” on Friday, July 14 at the international conference of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), which will take place in Brussels on 13-14 July 2017, under the theme ‘Public Policy & Governance Beyond Borders’. Submissions from academics, policymakers and practitioners for individual paper presentations, round table or panel sessions are possible until 31 January 2017. The event is co-hosted by MGSoG/UNU-MERIT (Maastricht University, NL) and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (Syracuse University, USA). Speakers and papers of the session.
Society of Government Economists Annual Conference, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington DC, May 11, 2017
The Global Labor Organization (GLO) is organizing a special GLO session on “STEM Degrees, Foreign Students, and Latino Migration” at the Society of Government Economists 2017 Annual Conference. held Thursday, May 11, 2017, 8:30am-4:30pm, at the Janet Norwood Conference and Training Center U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The Society of Government Economists Annual Conference includes papers and sessions on topics that affect government programs or public policy at local, national and international levels, topics related to improvements in government surveys, data, and measures, and research on microeconomic and macroeconomic trends and issues that inform policy makers. SGE supports research and networking opportunities for government economists and those who are interested in the intersection of public policy and economics. The SGE 2017 Program.
Session 3D: STEM Degrees, Foreign Students, and Latino Migration
Chair and Discussant: Sonia Plaza, World Bank and GLO
Once Again into the Eye of the Storm: Demand and STEM Degrees: Lindsay Lowell, Georgetown University and GLO
Where do Foreign Students Work after They Graduate?: Neil Ruiz, Pew Research Center and GLO
Trends and Patterns of Latino Migration in the Northeast: Amelie Constant, Princeton University and GLO (Co-author: Douglas S. Massey, Princeton University and GLO)
Recent Advances in Economic and Social Research, Institute for Economic Foresting Bucharest, May 11 and 12, 2017
The 3rd International Conference Recent Advances in Economic and Social Research will take place on May 11-12, 2017 in the Institute for Economic Foresting in Bucharest organized by members of the Institute.
Deadline for abstract submissions is April 8, 2017.
David K Smith ‘42 Economics Symposium at Middlebury College
“Economics of Remittances”
Saturday, April 29th, 2017 [Robert A. Jones ’59 House Conference Room]
Welcome Remarks: 9:00 to 9:15 AM President Laurie L. Patton [Middlebury College]
I. AM Session 9:20 AM to 11:20 AM Remittances, Crime, and Racial Wealth Gap
–Stephen Brito [International Monetary Fund]
“Remittances and the Impact on Crime in Mexico”
–Darrick Hamilton [New School of Social Research]
“The Racial Wealth Gap: the roles of Remittance, Inheritance, Incarceration and Education”
Coffee Break 11:25 AM to 11:40 AM
II. Keynote Address: 11:45 AM to 12:55 PM Dilip Ratha [World Bank and GLO]
“The Global Agenda on Remittances”
Lunch 1:00 PM to 1:55 PM
III. PM Session: 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM Remittances, Income Inequality, and Well-being
– James Bang [St. Ambrose University], Aniruddha Mitra [Bard College], and Phanindra V.
Wunnava [Middlebury College and GLO]
“Hollowing out the Middle? Remittances and Income Inequality in Nigeria”
–Klaus F. Zimmermann [Princeton University, Bonn University, UNU-MERIT and GLO]
“Remittances and Well-being”
Closing Remarks: Phanindra V. Wunnava [Middlebury College]
Following the successful launch of the 1st and 2nd CAR-Symposium in Shanghai and Beijing, the 3rd CAR-Symposium and the debut of the CAR-connects recruiting fair in China takes place in Shanghai on April 20, 2017. The CAR-Symposium in China follows the German edition, which is one of the most important annual congress events in Germany with a 17 years Tradition. In 2015, University Duisburg-Essen and CAR Center Automotive Research started its CAR-Symposium in China. Read the Program and more updates will be available on chinese.car-symposium.com.
The first annual meetings of the Society of Economics of the Household (SEHO) will be held in San Diego, California, on June 25 and 26, 2017, and is organized by Shoshana Grossbard, editor of the Review of Economics of the Household (REHO).
Submission of an extended abstract (max 1000 words) before 15 February 2017.