The AEA, in conjunction with 64 associations in related disciplines known as the Allied Social Science Associations (ASSA), holds a three-day meeting each January to present papers on general economics topics.
4th IZA Conference on Labor Market Effects of Environmental Policies
February 2022Munich, Germany
The purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers from a broad range of economic fields to discuss ongoing research on the future of work. Papers investigating skill requirements in the digital age and how (re-)training may help workers to adapt to changing work environments and new skill demand are of particular interest.Vienna, Austria
The main objective of the conference is to provide a platform for economists working in the field of ‘International Economics’ to present recent research. The broad topic of the conference is ‘International Economics’. This includes, inter alia, International Trade, International Factor Movements, Economic Integration, Trade Policy, International Trade Organizations, Economic Growth of Open Economies, Multinational Firms, Global Value Chains, International Macroeconomics and other related fields.
March 2022Munich, Germany
The scope of relevant topics for this conference is broad, ranging from climate mitigation and adaptation to the study of energy and resource markets as well as environmental market failures more broadly. The aim of the Energy and Climate Economics Area is to bring leading researchers from both sides of the Atlantic together to facilitate and discuss new and innovative theoretical and empirical research.Dresden, Germany
The Dresden Branch of the ifo Institute and the Technische Universität Dresden, invite you to submit your (preliminary) paper and preference will be given to contributions on the following topics: immigrants' residential choice and skill distribution, health policies and health of the work force, early childhood interventions and skill formation.
April 2022Trier, Germany
Solicited contributions from a range of topics and perspectives are welcome, including but not restricted to: labour and personnel economics, human resources, well-being, migration, inequality, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 2022Minneapolis, USA
The Society of Labor Economists will hold its Twenty-Seventh Annual Meetings May 6–7,2022, at the Radisson Blu in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.Orleans, France
The goal of the conference is to promote the exchange of ideas and experience among young economists conducting research in all fields of economics.Buch/Ammersee, Germany
The objective of the Summer School is to bring together PhD students and senior lecturers to study topics in labor economics. Students have the opportunity to present their work and discuss ideas with established researchers in a relaxed and open atmosphere.
June 2022Ottawa, Ontario
The conference is hosted by Carleton University. Professor David Green of the University of British Columbia is the program chair, and Professor Frances Woolley of Carleton University is the local organizer.Naples, Italy
All papers and workshops in the broad fields of International, Climate and Green finance, welcoming in particular their interactions with each other and how they can aid the sustainable growth of economies, corporations and organizations are welcome.Rimini, Italy
The Conference activities include keynote speeches and policy panels, the David Pearce Lectures, paper presentations, discussions and round tables, a book exhibition involving the most well-known publishers of environmental economic issues and a job market where universities, public and private institutes and corporations may interview the best young environmental economists for employment.
July 2022Bilbao, Spain
You are cordially invited to (re-)submit proposals for the 7th ISBEE World Congress in Bilbao, Spain, to participate in the discourse on how we may re-invent globalization, the role of local communities, virtues and values, and the power of purpose.
Many industrialized countries have implemented environmental policies in order to reduce emissions that are harmful to the environment and global climate. While the benefits of such policies accrue in form of increased health, worker productivity, and quality of life, the costs of environmental regulations are mostly borne through potential impacts on industrial activity and labor market outcomes. Thus successful policy development requires detailed information on the connection between environmental regulations and labor markets as well as industrial activity.
The aim of the 2016 workshop of IZA’s “Environment and Employment” program area is to bring together researchers analyzing wider labor market impacts of environmental policies. We particularly encourage submissions of papers that provide credible empirical evidence on the following issues:
- Effects on sectoral energy prices, industrial output and employment;
- Effects on individual productivity, human capital acquisition and well-being;
- Labor market effects of structural transitions towards renewable energy sources;
- Design of optimal public policies, such as taxation of energy consumption, with regard to their distributional impacts.