The European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics (EWACE) was founded in 1990. It is intended to provide a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of quantitative methods in cultural economics, including applications of mathematical economics, experimental economics and other quantitative approaches (e.g. applied micro and macroeconometric approaches). Authors are welcome to submit papers on applied cultural economics. The following list illustrates,but does not exhaust,possible topics:economic history of art and culture, industrial organization of cultural products and services (e.g. pricing, trade); labour market issues of artists (e.g. wages, migration cultural participation); spillovers and externalities of firms in the cultural sector (agglomeration); pricing of art items; studies on creativity. Participation of interested researchers and policy makers from all countries is welcome.
Each paper will be allocated 25-30 minutes, made up of a presentation by the authors, followed by a comment from a nominated discussant and a general discussion. Papers will be circulated in advance and taken as read.
The workshop will take place on the Copenhagen Business School campus in Copenhagen. The workshop will start with a welcoming event in the evening of the 5th of September followed by presentations and discussions on the two subsequent days.
Extended abstracts must be sent as e-mail attachments (pdf, word) to Luis César Herrero[email@example.com]. Please indicate “EWACE 2019” as subject in your email. Deadline for submitting extended abstracts: February 15th, 2019. Authors will be notified regarding a conditional acceptance or rejection by March 15th, 2019. The acceptance will be made conditional on the requirement for submitting completed draft papers by June 1st, 2019. Each presenter is intended to be available to serve as discussant.
The fee for participation in the workshop is €160 for ACEI members. The fee will include two lunches, four coffee breaks and an evening dinner as well as a walking tour of the city/a visit to a heritage site. PhD students may apply for a reduced fee. Accommodation and travel costs are not included in the conference fee and should be arranged individually.
For information on Copenhagen, accommodation and other organizational enquiries please contact: Andrea Baldin [firstname.lastname@example.org] or Caterina Mauri [email@example.com].
For information on the scientific matters regarding the workshop please contact: Karol Jan Borowiecki [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen , Denmark