2019 European Summer Meeting

Aug 26 - 30, 2019

Manchester, England

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February 15, 2019

We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Econometric Society European Meeting (ESEM2019) will be held in Manchester, UK, from August 26, 2019 to August 30, 2019.

Keynote speakers include Stephen Morris (Princeton), Victor Chernozhukov (MIT),  and Francoise Forges (Paris Dauphine).

The deadline for full paper submission is February 15, 2019. For more information about the conference as well as submission instructions, please visit http://www.eea-esem-congresses.org/. You can also email us at esem19manchester@gmail.com with any queries regarding the conference.

The organizing committee is: Ralf Becker (Chair), Janet Adnams, James Lincoln and Raffaele Rossi.

The ESEM conference will run concurrently with the European Economic Association (EEA) Meeting that will be held in the same location.

Submitting Entire Sessions: From EEA-ESEM 2019, the ESEM will accept the submission of entire sessions. Full information on how to do this can be found on the Submit a Paper page on the EEA-ESEM Congress website.

Women In Economics (WinE) Mentoring Retreat: Following on from the very successful WinE mentoring retreats held annually from 2013 to 2018, the WinE Committee is pleased to announce the seventh retreat will be held in connection with EEA-ESEM Manchester 2019. The Econometric Society will once again be joining forces with the WinE Committee of the European Economic Association in the organisation of this mentoring retreat.

The Retreat is open to early career female economists with positions (post-doctoral fellows, lecturers, researchers) at academic and research institutions and who obtained their PhDs between 2014-2019. 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 is available on the EEA-ESEM Congress website.

Looking forward to seeing you in Manchester!

Raffaella Giacomini and Zvika Neeman
ESEM-2019 Programme Committee