CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2017

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CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2017

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CESifo GmbH

Type

Workshops

Location

Country: Italy

City: Venice

 

The CESifo Venice Summer Institute, held annually in co-operation with Venice International University, focuses on themes of current interest in European and global economic policy. The eighteenth CESifo Venice Summer Institute will be held from 12 – 17 June 2017 on the island of San Servolo, in the bay of Venice, and will comprise 5 workshops. The respective call for papers for each of the five workshops can be   downloaded from the CESifo Venice Summer Institute webpage (www.ifo.de/w/4KNcpFBmh).  

Online submissions only are accepted. Should you have any (technical) difficulties with the online submission procedure, please contact office@cesifo.de for assistance.

The deadline for submissions is December 19, 2016. Authors of papers that are accepted for presentation at a workshop will be notified by the end of February 2017.

The workshops are as follows:

12 -13 June 2017:

·NEW EVIDENCE ON CONSUMPTION, HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOUR, AND INEQUALITY
Organisers: Thomas Crossley, Hamish Low, and Joachim Winter
Keynote speakers: Erik Hurst, University of Chicago, and Luigi Pistaferri, Stanford University
 
·EXCHANGE RATE ADJUSTMENT IN THE EURO AREA
Organisers: Zeno Enders and Gernot Müller
Keynote Speakers: Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley, and Charles Engel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
14-15 June 2017:
 
·DYNAMICS OF CONFLICT – RESULTS FROM THEORY AND EXPERIMENTS
Organisers: Toke Aidt, Kai Konrad, and Dan Kovenock
Keynote Speakers: Dominic Rohner, University of Lausanne, and James D. Fearon, Stanford University
 
·PLACE-BASED POLICIES
Organisers: Tobias Seidel, Jens Suedekum, Maximilian von Ehrlich
Keynote Speakers: Patrick Kline, University of California, Berkeley, and Henry Overman, London School of Economics
 
16-17 June 2017:

·FISCAL COMPETITION AND MOBILITY: THEORY AND EMPIRICS

Organisers: David R. Agrawal, and William H. Hoyt
Keynote Speakers: Andreas Haufler, University of Munich, and Henrik Kleven, London School of Economics