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Royal Economic Society 2013 Annual Conference

Posted on 11/09/2012
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Royal Holloway

Royal Holloway is proud to host The Royal Economic Society 2013 Annual Conference.

The Annual Conference aims to bring together economists from government, industry, higher education, the financial sector and journalism. It is open to all those interested in analytical economics and policy problems; members of the Society are able to attend at reduced rates. The conference takes place from 3rd April to 5th April.

A selection of the papers presented at the conference forms the May issue of The Economic Journal in the following year. In addition, there are a number of special lectures during the conference as well as sessions devoted entirely to policy issues, and special sessions for young economicsts to present the results of their research and exchange ideas with their peers. In recent years, displays of computer equipment and software have also been introduced.

Keynote lectures will be given by:

Raquel Fernandez - New York University (EJ Lecture)

Matthew Jackson - Stanford (Hahn Lecture)

Charles Manski - Northwestern (Sargan Lecture)

Richard Blundell - UCL (Presidential Address)

The conference website can be found at  http://www.res.org.uk/view/conference.html.

Online registration is now closed.  Delegate travel information has been emailed to all participants.

An online conference programme can be viewed at http://www.webmeets.com/RES/2013/, with hard copies available at the conference.



   
 
 
 

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