CEPR/QMUL Annual Symposium in Labour Economics (ESSLE)
8-9 June 2023
Hosted by Queen Mary University of London.


The keynote speakers are David Deming (Harvard University) and Paola Giuliano (UCLA and CEPR).

The goal of the symposium is to bring together leading economists working in any area of labour economics. To foster the desired interaction, we ask that participants stay for the entire duration of the conference. The programme will start on Thursday morning (8th) and end on Friday afternoon (9th).

Funding:
Travel and accommodation expenses will be covered according to CEPR Travel guidelines found here. Meals taken during the conference will be covered for all participants. 

How to apply:

Authors who already have a CEPR HUB profile can upload their submission by:

  1. Going to https://hub.cepr.org/ and logging in
  2. After you have logged in, go to https://hub.cepr.org/event/3770
  3. Click on "Step 1: Apply"
  4. Under "Apply to Attend" click "Yes"
  5. Tick the boxes that apply to you 
  6. Tick "Would you like to submit a paper?", upload your paper and supply the requested information.
  7. Click "Submit form" to make the submission.

Authors who do not have a CEPR HUB profile can upload their submission by:

  1. Creating a new profile here https://hub.cepr.org/user/register
  2. After you have logged in, go to https://hub.cepr.org/event/3770
  3. Click on "Step 1: Apply"
  4. Under "Apply to Attend" click "Yes"
  5. Tick the boxes that apply to you 
  6. Tick "Would you like to submit a paper?", upload your paper and supply the requested information.
  7. Click "Submit form" to make the submission.

The deadline for submissions is 6 pm (GMT), Friday 17 February 2023. We aim to notify successful applicants by early March 2023.
 
If you have any difficulties registering for this meeting, please contact Lydia Williams, Events Officer at [email protected] quoting "ID:3770 -  Annual Symposium in Labour Economics 2023" in the subject line.

Organisers:

Marco Manacorda (Queen Mary University of London, CEP-LSE and CEPR)
Barbara Petrongolo (Oxford University, CEP-LSE and CEPR)