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PhD Workshop on Labour and Family Economics

PhD Workshop on Labour and Family Economics

  • Date 14 May 2019
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  • Category Conference

The workshop aims to facilitate the networking of young researchers and to promote the exchange of research ideas and results across a range of topics.

Papers: Both theoretical and empirically oriented contributions are highly welcome. Each paper will be allocated up to 30 minutes, to be divided between the presentation and time for discussants. We will also hold a poster session where faculty members and PhD students will be assigned as discussants.

Deadline: Please submit electronic versions of extended abstracts or full papers no later than March 29, 2019 to the following: Notications about acceptance for presentation will be sent in early April 2019.

Keynote Speaker: Olivier Marie will be the Keynote Speaker for our Workshop. Olivier is the Endowed Professor of Labour Economics at the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam and at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market at Maastricht University.

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Centre for Household Interaction and Economics (CHINE)

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