The (Ce)² workshop is a joint initiative of the Centre for Economic Analysis (CenEA, Poland) and the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (CeMMAP, UK). The seventh edition of the workshop will take place in Warsaw on 27-28 June 2022.
The 2022 keynote lectures in the Lecture Series in Honour of Leonid Hurwicz will be given by:
- Professor Anna Aizer (Brown University)
- Professor Daniel Hamermesh (the University of Texas at Austin and IZA Bonn).
In light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its consequences, we issue a modified Call for Papers. The workshop will feature sessions on forced migration which will be organised in cooperation with migration experts from the University of Warsaw. We extend the list of fields from which we welcome studies to the following:
- Human capital development
- Intergenerational mobility
- Poverty alleviation
- Discrimination and inequality
- Domestic violence
- Forced migration
- Internal displacement
The preliminary programme can be found here. There is no conference fee but participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs.
Only full papers will be considered (early versions are welcome). Authors will have 50 minutes for their presentation and they will be expected to discuss another paper presented at the workshop. The total number of presentations will not exceed 20.
The call for the poster session is now open for submissions.
The call for papers issued for the workshop can be found here.
Participants of the (Ce)2 Workshop are also encouraged to take part in the XVII Warsaw International Economic Meeting (WIEM) on 28-30 June 2022, as presenters or audience members. The Hurwicz keynote lectures, held on the afternoon of June 28, will also serve as the opening event for WIEM.
The 2022 (Ce)² Workshop is organised as an initiative of the FREE Network and is supported by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).
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