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11th PhD Student Conference in International Macroeconomics

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11th PhD Student Conference
on International Macroeconomics

 
April 1st, 2022

Building G « Maurice Allais », Conference room 614
Université Paris Nanterre

EconomiX-CNRS and the Doctoral School EOS (Université Paris Nanterre, France), CeReFiM (University of Namur, Belgium), LEO (Université d’Orléans, France), LEMNA (University of Nantes, France), Economics Department Jaume 1 University (Castellon, Spain) and Economics Department of Applied Economics II (Valencia, Spain) are co-organizing the 11th PhD Student Conference on International Macroeconomics. The conference will be held on April 1st, 2022 in Nanterre, France.

 

 

Important dates and submission procedure:

Submission deadline: January 10, 2022
Acceptance decision: Mid-February 2022
Presenting Authors Registration: End of February 2022
Conference: April 1st, 2022

 

Submission of papers is open until January 10, 2022. Papers must necessarily include the author’s and co-authors names and institutional affiliations, together with e-mail addresses for correspondence.

 

The program will include several sessions covering the main areas of International Macroeconomics. Anyone wishing to present a paper needs to submit it to a specific session. Please submit a full paper in English at the conference webpage:

(Submit a paper) in the appropriate session and topic 

Sessions and covered topics:

International macroeconomics and finance (JEL):

  • Exchange rates, exchange-rate regimes, international monetary system;
  • Economic growth, business cycles, inequalities and economic policies;
  • Banking economics and central banking; systemic risk, microprudential and macroprudential supervisions;
  • Political economy on international macroeconomics and finance;
  • Economic history on international macroeconomics and finance, cliometrics;
  • International macroeconomics: other topics.

Priority will be given to papers with original contributions and empirical applications that address a relevant economic question within the aforementioned topics and have no senior co-authors. 

Organizing Committee:

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