Dec 14 - 16, 2020
2020 European Winter Meetings of the Econometric Society
CALL FOR PAPERS
Dec. 14-16, 2020
Virtual, hosted by the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham.
Paper Submissions: http://editorialexpress.com/conference/ESWM20/
The Econometric Society is now accepting papers for the 2020 European Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society to be held virtually on December 14-16, 2020 hosted virtually by the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham.
The submission process is open through September 8, 2020. Papers can only be submitted electronically in pdf format through the Conference Maker website at http://editorialexpress.com/conference/ESWM20/. Each person may submit and present only one paper; however, each person is allowed to be a co-author of several papers submitted to the conference. When submitting your paper through Conference Maker, please choose from the drop-down menu the appropriate program committee member associated with your paper topic.
At least one of the authors must be a member of the Econometric Society. Authors may join the Society at http://www.econometricsociety.org/.
All participants must register for the conference. Registration for the ES European Winter Meeting will open October 1 and close November 30, using the online registration and payment procedure of the Conference Maker platform. Registration gives you access to all scientific sessions, meeting information, coffee breaks, lunches and social events.
The Winter Meeting will take place at the same time as the European Job Market for Economists, launched by the European Economic Association (EEA) website needed. Candidates attending ESWM are welcome to stay on for interviews by recruiting teams during the job market.
The plenary speakers will be Dirk Bergemann (Yale University), Guido Imbens (Stanford University) and Veronica Guerrieri (University of Chicago Booth). The Programme Chair is Sanjeev Goyal (University of Cambridge) and the Local Organizing Committee Chair is Lorenzo Trapani (University of Nottingham).
Chair: Sanjeev Goyal, University of Cambridge
Gabriel Ahlfeldt, LSE
Toke Aidt, University of Cambridge
Michael Carlos Best, Columbia University
Alessandra Bonfiglioli, Queen Mary University of London
Debopam Bhattacharya, University of Cambridge
Yann Bramoulle, Marseille University
Lorenzo Casaburi, University of Zurich
Meredith Crowley, University of Cambridge
Erika Deserranno, Northwestern University
Swati Dhingra, LSE
Mirko Draca, Warwick University
Matthew Elliott, University of Cambridge
Basile Grassi, Bocconi University
Jeanne Hagenbach, Sciences Po
Cars Hommes, University of Amsterdam
Maarten Janssen, University of Vienna
Rajshri Jayaraman, University of Toronto and ESMT Berlin
Anders Jensen, Harvard University
Frank Kleibergen, University of Amsterdam
Matthew Lindquist, Stockholm University
Rocco Macchiavello, LSE
Koen Jochmans, University of Cambridge
Friederike Mengel, Essex University
Jose Luis Moraga, Vrije Universitiet Amsterdam
Ameet Morjaria, Northwestern University
Rosemarie Nagel, ICREA - Universitat Pompeu Fabra - BGSE
Christopher Rauh, University of Cambridge
Pontus Rendalh, University of Cambridge
Stephanie Rosenkranz, Utrecht University
Julien Sauvagnat, Bocconi University
Edouard Schaal, CREI/UPF
Petr Sedlacek, Oxford
Coen Teulings, Utrecht University
Jean-Pierre Zigrand, LSE
Lorenzo Trapani, University of Nottingham