Event Series

Since the pandemic in 2020, CEPR has run a number of online seminar series and webinars. Many of these continue to have weekly, bi-weekly or monthly sessions during term time, and where possible they are recorded or livestreamed.

CEPR also runs many annual conferences and symposia. Although some of these were organised online during the pandemic, most have now returned to their face-to-face format and are listed below.

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Macroeconomics and Growth Annual Meeting

The annual programme symposium, inaugurated in 2016, is one of the programme’s two regular events, covering long-run macroeconomic issues including economic growth, inequality, political economy, and structural change.

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The Annual Conference on Urban and Regional Economics (CURE)

CURE brings together circa 30 urban and regional economists from across the world. Alternating across the Atlantic, CURE is held in the USA on even years and hosted by the Wharton School (formerly Princeton University) and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. The European editions take place on odd years and is organised through the ITRE programme in different locations such as Madrid, Basel, Paris and Milan.

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The CEPR Virtual IO Seminar

The CEPR Virtual IO Seminar (VIOS) was created to provide an alternative to IO seminars cancelled due to travel restrictions brought on by the Coronavirus. The long-run goal, however, is to turn it into a permanent platform for sharing the benefits of regular IO seminars. Seminars are balanced between both theoretical and empirical approaches to IO.