The POLECON group will organise 2-3 conferences annually, one of which will coincide with the Public Economics Annual Symposium. All these events will be listed in the CEPR events calendar.
PLEASE NOTE: The spread of the coronavirus has resulted in many events around the world being cancelled, postponed or reformatted to allow for remote participation. Please note that CEPR is monitoring developments very carefully and liaising with all conference organisers regarding the best course of action to take for each event. If you are applying for or scheduled to attend one of our events, please look out for direct communications regarding your event from each organiser. If you have not yet received any specific advice we recommend that you hold off making any travel arrangements until further information has been given.
Other Upcoming events:
CEPR Conference The Politics of Regulation and Central Banking, 12 February 2021, Rotterdam School of Management. The call for papers can be found here. To register your attendance, please visit https://portal.cepr.org/cepr-conference-politics-regulation-and-central-banking. Joining instructions will be circulated closer to the time. The programme is available here.
Max Planck Summer School on the Political Economy of Conflict and Redistribution 2021, 2-8 August 2021, Berlin, Germany. The call for applications can be found here and applications are open between 1 December 2020-31 March 2021.
First London Political Finance (POLFIN) Workshop, 26-27 June 2020, Cass Business School. Further information can be found here.
CEPR Public Economics Annual Symposium, 8-9 June 2020, Stockholm. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
The annual Symposium of the Public Economics programme area will feature dedicated POLECON sessions to highlight the synergies between the two fields. For more information please see the event page and Call for Papers announcement.
Inaugural Conference, 2-3 July 2020, Rome THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
We will kick off our activities with an inaugural conference which will take place at EIEF in Rome and will include a keynote address by Thomas Piketty entitled "Capital and Ideology". The conference builds on the previous 7 successful annual meetings held in Venice between 2013-2019; it has become the leading annual political economy conference in Europe and it is organised jointly with Warwick University, Princeton University and the Unversity of Utah. More details of the conference can be found on event page.
Max Planck Summer School on 'Political Economy of Conflict and Redistribution', August 3-7 2020, Berlin. The call for applicants is now open, please consult the following link for further information.