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pdf Call for papers: 6th Linked employer-employee data workshop 2019

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3-4 October 2019, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal

Researchers using LEED are encouraged to submit a paper to the Workshop. There are no restrictions on the topics covered. Following past editions of the workshop, we aim to promote the discussion of both theoretical and empirical work and improve the role of LEED in shaping new research paths for economic and policy analysis.

The keynote speaker is David Card (University of California, Berkeley).

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pdf Call for papers: Dondena workshop 2019 Popular

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19-20 DECEMBER 2019, Bocconi University, Milano

This two-day workshop provides an opportunity for presentations and discussions about research on the design and impact of public policy on economic and social phenomena in an informal and highly interactive environment. This year we especially encourage submission of papers that examine how public policy affects wellbeing and inequalities.

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5-7 February 2020, Brisbane, Australia

The third edition of the Australian Gender Economics Workshop (AGEW) will take place in Brisbane at the Queensland University of Technology. The aim of AGEW is to foster a community of economic researchers who can collectively contribute to the evidence base needed to guide the pursuit of more gender equitable outcomes in society. AGEW will include a program of research presentations and posters and a policy symposium session. We are glad to announce Professor Shoshana Grossbard will be one of our two international keynote speakers (the second to be confirmed soon) while Professor Gigi Foster will be our Australia-based keynote speaker.

Submissions of both applied and theoretical work on any topic of gender economics are invited. The scope of topics can include (but is not limited to) labour and workplace organisation, behavioural insights, education and human capital, family and care responsibilities, household and interpersonal dynamics, mental and physical health and safety, economic growth, poverty and economic development, measures of inequality, housing, superannuation and retirement, tax and transfer settings, and the evaluation of policy interventions.

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