We are pleased to announce that the Center for EUropean Studies (CEUS) is hosting the 17th CEUS Workshop on European Economic Integration on May 15 - 16, 2023. Founded in 2004, CEUS is an academic center that offers both research and educational programs on European economic integration.
Information on the 16th CEUS CEUS Workshop on European Economic Integration:
Each year, researchers present their research findings or simply participate in the workshop, promoting understanding of current European economic developments among participants from universities, financial institutions, and politics. We will do our best to once again create a fertile environment to eager economists to share their work with an international audience and enrich the discussions with their in-depth knowledge. In addition, we will take all possible protective measures to minimize the risk of infection with COVID-19 for the respective participants. Therefore, we will adhere to the highest hygiene standards possible.
Experience has shown that our workshop provides an opportunity to develop new ideas for future research and to receive honest feedback from participants working in similar areas. As in previous years when the CEUS workshop was held, we will again provide a pleasant and open-minded atmosphere that will offer the opportunity to make new contacts and benefit from academic diversity. We would like to invite you to the 17th CEUS Workshop, which will take place on May 15 and 16, 2023, at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar.
For more information on the 17th CEUS Workshop, please visit our website (see the button "More Information" below) and download the available document "Call for Papers". Please feel feel free to post it on your faculty bulletin board or forward it to interested colleagues. Furthermore, please keep in mind that it is also possible to simply attend the workshop without presenting a paper.
Information - Call for Papers:
CEUS welcomes the submission of papers on various topics in economics related to the research fields listed below. Papers can have an empirical, theoretical, and/or policy orientation. Topics include (but are not limited to):
- Economic effects of migration
- Barriers to the flow of goods and labor
- Production and labor in the informal economy
- International institutions and agreements, e.g., Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
- European economies and globalization
- Economic warfare and cyber security
- Intellectual property rights
- E-commerce and trade in services
- Trade effects of regional integration
- Macroeconomic aspects of EU developments
- International lending & debt problems
- Exchange rate issues
- Financial developments in the EU
- Issues in international financial markets
- Financial issues of economic integration
- All other fields related to international trade, labor markets and monetary policy in Europe
Please submit an extended abstract of the paper (approx. 800 words) or the complete paper along with a cover letter including paper title, name(s) of the author(s), as well as the email address of the presenting author to email@example.com (preferably in pdf format).
Submission deadline for the extended abstract of the paper is April 21, 2023. CEUS will notify authors about the acceptance of the submitted papers for presentation by April 28, 2022. Submission deadline for the complete paper is May 5, 2023. Registration for participation in the workshop for non-presenting attendees is possible until May 5, 2023. After registration a tentative program and detailed information on hotels and transportation will be available. A participation fee of € 95 will be charged and will be due at the time of registration. It includes workshop material, beverages during the workshop, luncheons, and a dinner. Furthermore, please keep in mind that it is possible just to attend the workshop without presenting a paper.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Haiko Stefan (firstname.lastname@example.org).