Barcelona GSE Summer Forum – Call for Papers

The Barcelona GSE Summer Forum workshops will take place in Barcelona on June 9-27, 2014.

The Barcelona GSE Summer Forum is a series of independent workshops and policy events that cover the main fields of Economics. The objective of the Summer Forum is to bring top research leaders and young promising economists from around the globe to Barcelona to debate the present and future of the frontier of knowledge in Economics.

The 2014 Barcelona GSE Summer Forum will contain 22 workshops covering a wide range of topics:

Week 1 (June 9-13)

Bounded Rationality in Choice (June 9-10)
Organizers: Larbi Alaoui, Jose Apesteguía and Miguel-Angel Ballester.
Firms in the Global Economy (June 9-10)
Organizers: Julian di Giovanni, Christian Fons-Rosen and Carolina Villegas-Sánchez.
International Capital Flows (June 9-10)
Organizers: Fernando Broner, Alberto Martin, Andrés Neumeyer and Guido Sandleris.
Theoretical and Experimental Macroeconomics (June 9-10)
Organizers: John Duffy, Frank Heinemann, Rosemarie Nagel and Shyam Sunder.
Financial Intermediation, Risk and Liquidity (June 10-11)
Organizers: Xavier Freixas and José-Luis Peydró,
Advances in Micro Development Economics (June 11-12)
Organizers: Giacomo De Giorgi, Gianmarco León, Stephan Litschig, Rohini Pande and Alessandro Tarozzi.
Trade, Growth and Income Distribution (June 11-12)
Organizers: Alessandra Bonfiglioli, Gino Gancia and Giacomo Ponzetto.
Applied Industrial Organization (June 12-13)
Organizers: Susanna Esteban, Rosa Ferrer, Christian Michel, Helena Perrone and Carlos J. Serrano.
Asset Prices and the Business Cycle (June 12-13)
Organizers: Andrea Caggese, Alberto Martín, Ander Pérez Orive and Jaume Ventura.
Sorting: Theory and Estimation (June 12-13)
Organizers: Jan Eeckhout and Phillip Kircher.

Week 2 (June 16-20)

The Economic Analysis of Electoral Politics (June 16)
Organizers: Gianmarco León, Maria Petrova and Giacomo Ponzetto.
Information and Market Frictions (June 16-17)
Organizers: Christian Hellwig, Alessandro Pavan and Xavier Vives.
Migration (June 16-17)
Organizers: Lídia Farré, Jesús Fernández-Huertas, Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell, Joan Llull and Francesc Ortega.
Towards Sustained Economic Growth: Geography, Demography and Institutions (June 16-17)
Organizers: Omar Licandro, Luigi Pascali and Yanos Zylberberg.
Children’s Health, Well-being, and Human Capital (June 17-18)
Organizers: Gabrielle Fack and Libertad González.
Economics of Science and Innovation (June 17-18)
Organizers: Albert Banal-Estañol, Inés Macho-Stadler and David Pérez-Castrillo.
Political Institutions (June 17-18)
Organizers: Carles Boix, Ruben Enikolopov, Patricia Funk and Stephan Litschig.
Understanding Civil Conflict (June 18-19)
Organizers: Laia Balcells, Joan-Maria Esteban, Laura Mayoral, Hannes Mueller and Debraj Ray.
Macro and Micro Perspectives on Taxation (June 19-20)
Organizers: Nezih Guner and Gustavo Ventura.
Learning in Macroeconomics and Finance (June 19-20)
Organizers: George Evans, Roger Guesnerie, Juan F. Jimeno, Albert Marcet, Ramon Marimon and Ho-Mou Wu.
Time Series Analysis in Macro and Finance (June 19-20)
Organizers: Majid Al-Sadoon, Christian Brownlees and Barbara Rossi.

Week 3 (June 23-27)

Statistics, Jump Processes and Malliavin Calculus: Recent Applications (June 25-27)
Organizers: Eulàlia Nualart

You can find more about each workshop (topics, dates, the call for papers etc.) at the Summer Forum’s Webpage.

To submit a paper, please use this Form The deadline for submissions is February 16 or February 26, 2014, depending on the workshop.


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