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Meetings for 2022
|13/01/2022||15th Digital Economics Conference, Toulouse|
Date and location:
Toulouse, January 13-14, 2022.
We plan to hold the conference in person, but will adjust depending on the health situation. Presenters should plan to travel to Toulouse.
Background and objective:
The objective of the conference, organised by the TSE Digital Center at the Toulouse School of Economics, with the help of the CEPR, is to discuss recent contributions to the understanding of the digital economy and its consequences for modern societies.
Keeping the spirit of previous years, the conference will feature contributions in economics, theoretical, econometric, experimental and policy oriented, as well as contributions from other social sciences and computer and data science.
Petra Moser (New York University and CEPR), John Van Reenen (London School of Economics and CEPR).
Alexandre de Cornière, Jacques Crémer and Daniel Ershov.
To pre-register and submit your abstract or paper, click here.
Papers should be received by October 3, 2021 (abstracts will be considered, but papers are more likely to be accepted). Notification of acceptance will be given by October 15.
For any further information, please send an email to: [email protected]
07/04/2022||Economic Policy Panel Discussion: Covid, School Closures and Children?s Futures Long-term Distributional Effects of Lost Learning in Germany and the US, Online Seminar||Join us on 7 April at 17:15 (CET) for an Economic Policy panel discussion of a new research report by Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln.
As the Covid-19 pandemic swept across the world in the spring of 2020, schools were closed and millions of children faced major learning losses while their parents struggled to combine work, childcare and home education. A new study of the likely long-term impact of those closures on children?s future livelihoods and wellbeing will be launched at an online panel discussion hosted by Europe?s leading economic policy journal on Thursday 7 April 2022.
Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln of Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR will present comparative empirical evidence on the considerable heterogeneity of school closures in Germany and the US ? related to school type, pupil age and local income levels. She will examine likely variations in long-term effects across the income and wealth distribution. And she will consider policies that may address some of the educational damage to the most disadvantaged children from the missed opportunities caused by the pandemic and lockdowns.
Her presentation will be followed by a discussion with Monica Costa-Dias and Andreas Schleicher, moderated by Andrew Jack, Global Education Editor for the Financial Times.
16/09/2022||Corporate Finance Theory Symposium 2022, Cambridge|
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