UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND OTHER INITIATIVES
Call for Papers – Closed
Event date- 4 - 5 November 2021, Frankfurt, Germany
The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the European Central Bank (ECB) are inviting submissions for their 2021 conference “WE_ARE_IN Macroeconomics and Finance”.
The conference aims to bring together female experts to present and discuss new research on macroeconomics and finance of particular interest to central banks. We welcome both empirical and theoretical contributions, on topics including, but not limited to, monetary policy, financial stability and international finance. The conference will foster interaction among junior and senior female economists across academia and policy institutions.
A policy panel on “Rebuilding after COVID: central banking in support of society and a new social contract” will take place on the first day of the conference, moderated by Stephanie Flanders (Bloomberg) and with the following panellists confirmed:
Isabel Schnabel (ECB and CEPR)
Dame Minouche Shafik (LSE and CEPR)
Call for Papers – Closed
Event date - 13-14 September 2021, Genewa, Switzerland
The conference aims to promote a meaningful discussion among economists of diverse backgrounds, with a focus on fairly representing all voices of our community. We wish to provide a space where selected high-quality research presentations from all fields will be met with a challenging and benevolent audience.
Prof. Emmanuelle Auriol (Toulouse School of Economics)
Prof. Estefania Santacreu-Vasut (ESSEC business school)
We invite Ph.D. students in their third year or later and post-docs working in ALL FIELDS to submit a full paper by May 27, 2021.
Call for Papers – Closed
Event date- 9-10 September 2021, Cologne, Germany
We invite submissions to the inaugural Micro- & Applied Microeconomics workshop, under the CEPR’s Women in Economics initiative. This workshop will be a collaboration between CEPR and the University of Cologne, with the support of the ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy Cluster of Excellence.
For this inaugural workshop, we particularly invite submissions by female researchers in the following areas, but other related areas may also be considered:
Crime and risky behaviours
Inequality, discrimination and equal opportunity
Friday, 5 March 2021
Centre for Economic Policy Research, CEPR, and UBS bring you Women in Economics, a podcast series that shines a light on the economists who are making waves in a male-dominated world. Hear about the new perspectives their research offers and learn more about the importance of economics in our everyday lives.
2021 New Year's Honour for Rachel Griffith and Carol Propper
Many congratulations to Carol Propper, who has been made a Dame in the New Year's honours list.
Many congratulations to Rachel Griffith, who has been made a Dame in the New Year's honours list.
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Congratulations to Stefanie Stantcheva, recipient of the 2020 Elaine Bennett Research Prize.
The Elaine Bennett Research Prize is awarded every other year to recognize, support and encourage outstanding contributions by young women in the economics profession. Professor Stantcheva is recognized for her remarkable contributions to our understanding of optimal taxation, the relationship between innovation and taxation, and social preferences about redistribution. Click here for the full announcement.
"Stefanie Stantcheva is one of the world’s leading young economists...she has pushed forward the frontier of knowledge about the impact and role of taxation, a fundamental question of public economics." Shelly Lundberg, Chair of CSWEP
Stefanie is a Research Fellow at CEPR, Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and Research Associate at the NBER. Stefanie's work focuses on public economics, but also makes contributions to labour economics, macroeconomics, and industrial organization.
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Congratulations to Eliana La Ferrara for being awarded the 2020 Birgit Grodal Award for a European-Based Female Economist. The award, given every two years by the Council of the European Economic Association (EEA), recognises a European-based female economist who has made a significant contribution to the economics profession. The prize was awarded in recognition of Eliana La Ferrara’s significant contributions in studying the role of trust, norm enforcement and identity in economics.
Eliana La Ferrara is a Research Fellow in CEPR’s Development Economics and Public Economics programmes. She holds the Fondazione Romeo ed Enrica Invernizzi Chair in Development Economics at Bocconi University.
Eliana is a long-standing contributor to CEPR and VoxEU, and has recently featured on the CEPR & UBS Women in Economics series.
Monday, October 14, 2019
This year’s Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel has been awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer, for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.
All three are longstanding and highly active CEPR Fellows. Abhijit and Michael both joined the Development Economics Programme when it was established by CEPR in 2006. Esther, together with Robin Burgess, was the first DE Programme Director between 2006 and 2015, and is also a Fellow of the Public Economics Programme.
Esther was the second economist featured in our Women in Economics series, which shines a light on high quality research and policymaking from female leaders in their field.
The work that they have done in the field of experimental-based research into problems affecting some of the poorest sections of the world’s population is genuinely life-changing and life-saving and they richly deserve the recognition they have received.
Goethe University, Frankfurt
This project originated from the Women in Economics - WinE Committee - (WinE) of the European Economic Association (EEA), in accordance with its objective to collect data on the status of women in the economics profession in Europe. The data collection was taken further, with financial support from EEA, by WinE Committee member, Guido Friebel, Goethe University Frankfurt, and Sascha Wilhelm, Goethe University Frankfurt. To increase the transparency about the quantitative representation of female researchers in European Economics, Friebel and Wilhelm gathered information from all institutions known to them. They have developed an algorithm that repeatedly collects the data that are publicly available on the institutions' websites.