The second edition of CEPR’s annual flagship symposium will again bring together leading voices in European and global economics to discuss the most pressing issues facing the global economy. Academic presentations as well as policy panels and keynote lectures will be organised across a 6-day programme with several parallel streams.

Each programme area and research and policy network under the auspices of CEPR will get the opportunity to present their latest research. Papers are being sought via thematic calls for papers with space for approximately 4-6 papers per programme area, with a deadline of 11th September 2023.

Open calls for papers:

- Asset Pricing

- Banking and Corporate Finance

- Central Bank Communication

- Development Economics

- Economic History

- Industrial Organization

- International Macroeconomics and Finance

- International Trade and Regional Economics

- Labour Economics

- Macroeconomics and Growth

- Monetary Economics and Fluctuations

- Organizational Economics

- Political Economy

- Public Economics

Poster sessions for young researchers will also be organised, as well as sessions on climate change and CEPR's various Research and Policy Networks. A draft programme and further information will become available in the coming months.