For over 50 years, the European Winter Meetings of the Econometric Society have fostered interaction among young scholars and a group of more senior academics representing different regions and fields of specialisation.
Many of today’s leading European economists kick-started their careers at one of these meetings. At the turn of the century, the meetings began to focus on PhD students close to finishing their thesis.
In the light of continuing uncertainty over the COVID situation, the Meeting will be held virtually and hosted by the University of Barcelona School of Economics. There are also new dates for the Meeting which will now take place from December 13-15, 2021. These earlier dates will allow job market candidates to present at the Meeting and to attend virtual interviews at the European Job Market for Economists.
You can access the EWMES 2021 scientific programme via https://eventpilotadmin.com/web/planner.php?id=EWMES21
All participants must register for the EWMES 2021. Economists and scholars in the Social Sciences are welcome to attend the conference.
You can register as presenter (if you are presenting a paper at the conference) or as attendee only (to have access to all scientific sessions).
Registration is open from 20 October 2021. Deadlines:
Please visit the Conference Maker website at https://editorialexpress.com/conference/EWMES21 to register for the conference. If you are a presenter, use the email with which you submitted your paper. Go to the upper lefthand corner. Under the yellow wording “Meeting Registration” click on the text and follow the registration instructions.
The registration fee is $80 USD for presenters. There is no charge for non-presenters but registration is required in order to receive details of how to attend.
Sarah Smith, Univeristy of Bristol
PROGRAMME COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Luigi Butera, Copenhagen Business School
Terri Kneeland, University College London
Christina Gravert, University of Copenhagen
Hande Karabiyik, Vreie Universitat
Julia Shaumburg, Vreie Universitat
Martin Weidner, University of Oxford
Michael Callen, London School of Economics
Stefano Caria, University of Warwick
Lucie Gadenne, University of Warwick
Pauline Rossi, University of Amsterdam
Christine Valente, University of Bristol
Julien Sauvagnat, Bocconi University
Victoria Vanasco, CREI
Ansgar Walther, Imperial College London
Industrial Organisation, Personnel
Rosa Ferrer, Pompeu Fabra University
Andrew Rhodes, Toulouse School of Economics
Dana Sisak, Erasmus University
Swati Dhingra, London School of Economics
Kalina Manova, University College London
Labour / Applied Micro
Ines Helm, Stockholm University
Atila Lindner, University College London
Camille Terrier, HEC Lausanne
Uta Schoenberg, University College London
Inga Deiman, Arizona State University
Battal Dogan, University of Bristol
Andrew Ellis, London School of Economics
Antonio Penta, Pompeu Fabra University
Silvia Sonderegger, University of Nottingham
Alessandra Bonfiglioli, Queen Mary University London
Basile Grassi, Bocconi University
Stephen Hansen, Imperial College London
Maria Vukotic, University of Warwick
Yu Zheng, Queen Mary University London
Public Economics and Political Economy
Enriqueta Aragonès, Institute for Economic Analysis
Gianmarco Leon, Pompeu Fabra University
Urban and Regional Economics
Guy Michaels, London School of Economics
Yanos Zylberberg, University of Bristol
LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE:
Nezih Guner, CEMFI (Chair)
Joan Llull, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Xavier Raurich, University of Barcelona
Raul Ramos, University of Barcelona
Jordi Roca, University of Barcelona (Manager)