Участие в 30-м Конгрессе Европейской Экономической Ассоциации
The European Economic Association (EEA)
and the Programme Chair, Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim), invite you to submit a paper to the contributed sessions at the ‘30th Congress of the European Economic Association’ that will take place at the University of Mannheim, Germany, from Monday August 24 to Thursday August 27 2015.
Submitting a Paper Submissions of papers are invited from academic, government and business economists in ANY field of economics and econometrics. Submissions are now open so please visit the EEA website – www.eeassoc.org - for instructions on how to submit papers and for full information on EEA Mannheim 2015. Please note that the submitting author must be a member of the EEA in order to submit a paper. Details on how to become a member of the EEA can be found on the EEA website.
Submitting a Poster
When submitting a paper, PhD students have the option of indicating their interest in presenting their paper in a poster session. Posters will be set up in a central area of the congress site to attract the attention and interest of conference participants.
The deadline for all submissions is February 15, 2015.
The EEA Congress is the main European one that covers all aspects of economics, with a scientific program reflecting the very best work in the profession.
The following lectures will be delivered:
• Marshall Lecture: Raj Chetty (Harvard University)
• Schumpeter Lecture: Giancarlo Corsetti (University of Cambridge) • Presidential Address: Rachel Griffith (University of Manchester and IFS)
The programme will also include numerous other panels, invited and contributed sessions. In addition to the main Congress programme, there will be a reception on the Monday evening, while the Congress Party will take place on the Thursday evening.
The Local Arrangements Committee (LAC), chaired by Jochen Streb, will ensure that the Congress runs smoothly and are looking forward to welcoming you to Mannheim. Mannheim is a cultural and economic centre of the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region (2.3 million inhabitants). Mannheim is conveniently located at an ICE/TGV junction and just 30 minutes from Frankfurt International Airport. Nearby attractions are the romantic old town of Heidelberg, the largest Romanesque Cathedral of Europe in Speyer (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Castle of Hambach, cradle of the German democracy, and the renowned wine region Palatinate where vineyard tours and wine tastings are offered.
Women In Economics (WinE) Mentoring Retreat
Following on from the very successful WinE mentoring retreats held in 2013 and 2014, the WinE Committee is pleased to announce the third Retreat will be held in connection with EEA Mannheim 2015.
The Retreat will be once again open to early career female economists with positions (postdoctoral fellows, lecturers, researchers) at academic and research institutions and who obtained their PhDs in 2010-2015. The attendees will participate in a series of innovative discussions organized as panels and as smaller groups run by senior mentors.
The discussions will cover topics such as publishing, writing successful grant applications, networking and career planning, with attention paid to the unique challenges that women may face at different stages of their careers. A number of attendees will also take part in the small group sessions, which will focus on participants’ research papers and provide an opportunity for detailed comment and feed-back from senior mentors in their field. There will also be many opportunities for the attendees to socialise with each other and their mentors during this event.
Full information on the event and on how to apply for it, will be available from January 1, 2015 on the EEA website.
Further information about the Congress, including details of financial assistance for PhD students, is available on the EEA website - www.eeassoc.org.
4 Декабря 2014