INFER annual conference

May, 29th - June, 1st 2013
Orléans - France
Château de Cheverny Loir-et-Cher France Photographie de Patrick GIRAUD
  Cheverny Castle - Place of the conference dinner 
       

 

Presentation

 

The final program (in pdf) is now available!


We are very pleased to welcome the following guest speakers:
 
Kristian Behrens (UQAM, CEPR),
Giuseppe Bertola (EDHEC, University of Turin, CEPR),
Alex Cukierman (Tel Aviv University, CEPR) ,
Jürgen von Hagen (University of Bonn, CEPR)
Jean Imbs (Paris School of Economics, CEPR)
Michael Stierle (European Commission)
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The complete list of special sessions is available here
and the call for papers here


Conference Objectives

The INFER Annual Conference is the main annual event of the International Network for Economic Research. The INFER Annual Conference provides a great opportunity for members and non-members of INFER alike to exchange ideas and is open to any field of research in economics. Researchers are invited to submit theoretical and applied papers across all areas of economics

Participants

The Annual Conference is open to anybody involved in economics issues, including both young and experienced researchers, post-doctoral students, and professionals from business, government and non-governmental institutions.

 

Organization

 

The conference is jointly organized by INFER (International Network for Economic Research) and LEO (Laboratoire d’Economie d’Orléans) CNRS UMR 7322.

 

INFER is a non-profit international scientific organization that stimulates research and research networking in all fields of economics through international workshops and conferences.

Website: www.infer-research.net

 

LEO (Laboratoire d’économie d’Orléans - Orleans Economics Laboratory) is a research center supported by CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - French National Center for Scientific Research) and the University of Orléans (France). It was established in 1996. There are about 40 permanent researchers (full professors and associate professors) and 60 PhD students. LEO is specialised in three research areas: (1) Macroeconomics and Finance, (2) Labour, Regional Development and Globalisation and (3) Econometrics. LEO is also the hosting center of the Regional Centre for Studies and Research on Labour Qualification (CEREQ).

Website: http://www.univ-orleans.fr/LEO/

 

 

                            

 
   
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