Announcements
News item Economics is now publishing replication studies in a systematic way
News item Call for papers: Conference and Special Issue on Recent Developments in Applied Economics
Co-Editors: Máximo Camacho, University of Murcia, Spain; Carmen Díaz-Mora, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
News item Revised version of the paper “The Simple Analytics of Helicopter Money: Why It Works — Always” by Willem H. Buiter published
In this blog post Willem H. Buiter explains why and how he revised his paper https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/simple-economics-helicopter-money-why-works-always-revisited?trk=prof-post
News item Impact Factor: 0.644 (JCR Social Sciences Edition 2014)
News item Deadline extended for special issue on Radical Uncertainty and Its Implications for Economics
Editor: Paul Ormerod, University College London and Volterra Partners, London, UK, and David Tuckett, University College London, UK
More announcements…
Cooperation in Conferences
New Developments in the Macroeconomics of Labor Markets Conference
September 8-9, 2016, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
PEGNet Conference 2016 on Regional Integration for Africa’s Economic Transformation – Challenges and Opportunities
September 15-16, 2016, Kigali, Rwanda
The eighth NERI annual meeting
University of Roma Tre (Italy) on 4th and 5th February 2016
2016 CEUS Workshop on International Trade, Labor Markets and Finance in Europe
May 19–20, 2016, Vallendar/Koblenz, Germany
Privatization, Corporatization and Performance of the Service Sector
August 11–12, 2016, Jönköping, Sweden
More…
Advisory Board
  • George A. Akerlof
  • Jagdish N. Bhagwati
  • Willem H. Buiter
  • Lawrence Christiano
  • Alan Deardorff
  • Avinash Dixit
  • Robert Feenstra
  • Richard B. Freeman
  • James J. Heckman
  • Edward Leamer
  • Assar Lindbeck
  • Eric Maskin
  • Robert Mundell
  • Maurice Obstfeld
  • Amartya Sen
  • A. Michael Spence
  • Guido Tabellini
  • Jeffrey G. Williamson
 

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