Young Economist Session
CALL FOR PAPER
In the past editions the seminar has provided an exceptional opportunity for young researcher to discuss the most debated issues in economic research. The upcoming edition of the seminar will focus on "Public debt, governance and economic dynamism" and will take place in June 26-28, 2012. The Young Economist Session is open to the contribution of young researchers (applicants currently doing a PhD, Post Doc candidates or researchers having completed a PhD after june 2008) regarding any of the following topics:
1. Productivity gap between Europe and United States
2. Public debt challenge: spending cuts and tax increases
3. Fragile banking system and sovereign debt crisis
4. Emerging countries, demography and economic growth
5. Eurozone debt crisis, ECB and Governance
6. Can uncertainty cause a double-dip recession?
7. How does excessive debt affect growth?
8. Innovation, creativity and dynamism
9. A new paradigm for economic dynamism: the Phelpsian “good economy”
10. What is holding Italy back?
11. Employment and social dimension in the context of economic growth
12. Fiscal consolidation, Governance ad Growth in EU
13. Financial Crisis and Sustainable development
14. Innovation, green economy and development
15. Global imbalances, exchange rates and trade
A scientific committee will evaluate all the submitted papers and will select a limited number of them for presentation during the Conference. Among the papers selected for presentation, the best paper will be awarded with a Certificate of Merit, that will be presented at the end of the conference. The submitted papers will be considered for publication to “Rivista di Politica Economica” and “CEIS working papers”. The best two papers will be published in the above mentioned research outlets according to the decision of the scientific committee.
YOUNG ECONOMIST SESSION:
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Young Economis Session of the XXIV Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar:
Alexander PLUM, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, “Low-Wage Jobs-Springboard to High-Paid Ones?”
Santo MILASI, University of Rome Tor Vergata, “Top Income Shares and Budget Deficits”
The papers will be published in "Rivista di Politica Economica" and in "Working Paper CEIS".
We look forward to receiving your submission next year.
Luigi Paganetto – Tor Vergata Foundation for Economic Studies
Gustavo Piga – Rivista di Politica Economica
Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo – Center for International and Economic Studies (Ceis)
Luisa Corrado – University of Rome Tor Vergata
Domenico Lombardi – Oxford Institute for Economic Policy and Brookings Institution
Jean Paul Fitoussi – Department of Economics SciencesPo and LUISS
Dominick Salvatore – Fordham, Peking, Pretoria and LUM Universities
For any other inquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the Organizing Committee at: email@example.com
Tor Vergata Foundation for Economic Studies c/o University of Rome Tor Vergata Faculty of Economics
Via Columbia, 2 00133 Rome – Italy
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