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2009 UTAH WINTER BUSINESS * Call For Papers

ECONOMICS CONFERENCE

 

4TH DYNARE CONFERENCE * Call For Papers

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON * Call For Papers

APPLIED BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

 

TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY * Pears Post-Doctoral

Fellowship in

International Development

 

NERA ECONOMIC CONSULTING * Consultants and

Senior Consultants

 

EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE * Chair in Microeconomics

 

MASSEY UNIVERSITY * Position in

Agricultural Economics

 

UNIVERSITY OF BERN * Professorship in

Microeconomics

 

UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG * Assistant (PhD Student)

in Economics, Applied

Econometrics

 

UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG * Assistant (PhD Student)

in International Economics

 

UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG * Assistant (PhD Student)

in Economics, Applied

Economics

 

UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG * Assistant (PhD Student)

in Economics

 

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ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

 

2009 UTAH WINTER BUSINESS ECONOMICS CONFERENCE

 

February 26 - 28, 2009

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

 

OVERVIEW:

 

Now in its fourth year, the Utah Winter Business Economics

Conference brings together top scholars in business-related

fields of economics. The conference aims to offer both a

high-quality program and ample opportunity for informal

interaction.

 

The 2009 event is scheduled for February 26 through 28 in

Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

 

PAPER SUBMISSIONS:

 

We invite submissions of high-quality, unpublished research

on any topic of interest to business economists.

 

To submit a paper, please visit the Utah Winter Business

Economics Conference website at:

 

www.utah-wbec.org/2009/submission.html

 

and upload your paper in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word

format. The submission deadline is Friday, October 31,

2008. All submissions will be reviewed by members of the

program committee, and we expect to announce the final

program by mid-November. Invitations to attend the

conference will be issued in December, 2008.

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

General information about the conference, including past

programs and an FAQ, is available at the conference

website:

 

www.utah-wbec.org

 

Questions can be directed to:

 

CONTACT: Professor Scott Schaefer

University of Utah

Email: MAILTO:scott.schaefer@utah.edu

 

 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

 

Scott Schaefer (Chair), University of Utah

Ricardo Alonso, University of Southern California

Ken Corts, University of Toronto

Matt Gentzkow, University of Chicago

Jon Guryan, University of Chicago

Tom Hubbard, Northwestern University

Niko Matouschek, Northwestern University

Mike Mazzeo, Northwestern University

Paul Oyer, Stanford University

Fiona Scott Morton, Yale University

Holger Sieg, Carnegie-Mellon University

Alan Sorensen, Stanford University

Jeroen Swinkels, Washington University

Jan Zabojnik, Queen's University

 

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

4TH DYNARE CONFERENCE

 

September 4-5, 2008

Boston

 

 

The 4th annual DYNARE conference -

www.cepremap.cnrs.fr/dynare - will be held

September 4-5, 2008, in Boston, thanks to the hospitality

of the Boston Federal Reserve Bank.

 

The DYNARE meeting will feature the work of the leading

scholars in monetary policy, DSGE models and related

fields, and will provide an excellent opportunity to

present your own research results.

 

 

SPEAKERS:

 

Jesper Linde (Riksbank) and Frank Schorfheide (U. Penn.)

will be plenary speakers.

 

 

TOPICS:

 

All papers dealing with monetary policy, DSGE modeling, and

computational methods are welcome. Submissions of papers

using other software tools than DYNARE or theoretical

contributions are strongly encouraged.

 

 

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:

 

Full papers or detailed abstracts should be sent in PDF

file to:

 

Email: MAILTO:michel.juillard@ens.fr

and to

Email: MAILTO:Scott.Schuff@bos.frb.org

 

Deadline for submissions is July 10, 2008. You can expect

to be informed about whether your submission was accepted

by July 31, 2008.

 

 

REGISTRATION FEE:

 

US$100.00

 

 

ORGANIZERS:

 

Jeff Fuhrer (Boston Fed), Schott Schuh (Boston Fed), Michel

Juillard (CEPREMAP)

 

 

SUPPORTED BY:

 

Boston Fed, DSGE-net, Dynare project at CEPREMAP

 

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED BUSINESS

AND ECONOMICS (ICABE)

 

www.icabe.gr

 

October 2nd - October 4th, 2008

Thessaloniki, Greece

 

 

ICABE 2008, International Conference on Applied Business

and Economics will be held from Thursday, October 2nd to

Saturday, October 4th, 2008 at the Aristotle University of

Thessaloniki, Greece. The ICABE 2008 will be the gathering

place for academics and professionals from related fields

from all over the world.

 

The main goal of the ICABE 2008 is to provide an

opportunity for academics and professionals from a variety

of fields to meet and exchange ideas and expertise. An

additional goal of the ICABE is to provide a place for

academics and professionals with inter-disciplinary

interests related to business-economics to interact with

members within and outside their own particular

disciplines.

 

The ICABE 2008 organizers invite anyone who wishes to

present a paper to submit an abstract in English by

September 25, 2008 through the online submission form.

 

Selected papers will be published in the European Research

Studies Journal - www.ersj.eu - and in the

International Review of Applied Economic Research.

 

 

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:

 

The abstract should be about 200-300 words. All fields of

specialization within business and economics will be taken

into consideration. You will receive a notification by e-

mail once your paper is accepted (or rejected). By

submitting an abstract, you also agree to contribute to the

discussions and/or to their session Chair and discussants

within your area of specialization. The web form provides

an opportunity to identify your areas of specialization. A

participant may not present more than two papers.

Consequently, you cannot register for more than two papers

for presentation unless a third paper is presented by a co-

author who is also registered to participate in the

conference.

 

Besides the abstract registration, full-length papers can

be submitted either by providing a web link to a

corresponding PDF file on the registration form, or by

uploading a PDF file to the ICABE server by following the

link on the bottom of the registration confirmation page.

Paper/hard copy submissions will not be accepted. In all

cases, presenters are required to provide to their session

Chair and discussant a copy of their paper (preferably

electronically) at least 2 weeks prior to the conference.

 

Please note that in order to attend or present a paper, you

must register for the conference. Registration is made

online through the conference website or by a bank deposit.

We strongly encourage those contributing papers to become

members of the International Strategic Management

Association. You may join the ISMA and register after you

find out whether your paper is accepted for presentation.

In any case, do not delay too long since late registration

involves a higher fee.

 

 

REGISTRATION/SUBMISSIONS:

 

See:

www.icabe.gr

 

 

PRESENTING A PAPER:

 

Paper sessions will consist of three to four presentations

in a 90 minute session divided equally among the

presenters. Panel sessions will last 90 minutes and it is

to the presenters' choice how that time will be split among

panellists.

 

 

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TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY

Israel

 

School of Government and Policy

 

Pears Post-Doctoral Fellowship in International Development

 

 

The Hartog School of Government and Policy is seeking a

Post-Doctoral Fellow in the field of International

Development. The Fellowship starts October 2008, and lasts

for two years.

 

In addition to conducting original research, the Pears

Post-Doctoral Fellow will be in charge of research projects

conducted by the school and policy-oriented activities

focusing on Israel policies in the area of International

Development.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. degree in the field of

International Development, International Relations,

Developmental Economics or any other relevant field.

 

Experience working with development organizations and/or

international development agencies is a plus.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Candidates should send a detailed CV, a short personal

statement, and a list of publications to:

 

CONTACT: Dr. Sarit Bensimhon-Peleg

Director of Research at the

Hartog School

Email: MAILTO:saritbs@tau.ac.il

 

Additionally, please have two letters of recommendation

sent to the same email.

 

Closing date for application: July 30, 2008

 

The Harold Hartog School of Government and Policy is a

policy oriented research institute in the Gershon H. Gordon

Faculty of Social Sciences at Tel Aviv University, Israel's

largest university. For further information about the

Hartog School please visit:

 

spirit.tau.ac.il/government/

 

 

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NERA ECONOMIC CONSULTING

 

Consultants

 

 

NERA Economic Consulting is an international firm of

economists who understand how markets work. We provide

economic analysis and advice to corporations, governments,

law firms, regulatory agencies, trade associations, and

international agencies. Our global team of more than 600

professionals operates in over 20 offices across North and

South America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. To learn more

about us, visit our website at:

 

www.nera.com

 

NERA's experts work in the areas of antitrust and

competition policy, securities and finance, mass torts,

intellectual property, transfer pricing, auctions and game

theory, labor, health, pharmaceuticals, energy, and

communications.

 

We have openings in our Boston, New York, White Plains, DC,

San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Madrid,

Frankfurt, Rome, Sydney and Tokyo offices at the Consultant

level. This is an exciting opportunity to join a global

firm that uses quantitative methods to apply finance and

economics to important current litigation, business, and

policy issues.

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Consultants and Senior Consultants are responsible for

executing projects, managing junior economists, and dealing

with clients; creating quantitative analysis and performing

quantitative assessments; applying knowledge of specific

markets to solve complex business problems; preparing

client memos and expert reports, and presenting results in

a clear and articulate manner to clients and team members.

They often present oral and written testimony, perform

applied research for government and business clients,

execute complex analyses, formulate creative research and

approaches to problem solving.

 

The qualified candidate will work independently within a

team environment on client advisory projects and litigation

casework related to quantitative financial and economic

analysis across several industries and markets.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

As a qualified candidate, you should have a Masters or

Ph.D. in economics, accounting, finance, mathematics,

statistics, or a scientific or related field, with a strong

academic record. You must be detail-oriented and have the

ability to think analytically and critically.

 

Demonstrate excellent writing and presentation skills and

be fluent in English. Be highly efficient using desktop

tools such as Microsoft Office applications including Word,

Excel, Access and PowerPoint and adept at online research.

Have capabilities with analytical software environments

such as SAS, STATA, Visual Basic, and C/C++.

 

NERA offers a challenging and rewarding work environment,

competitive compensation and benefits, and skills

enhancement training.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to:

 

CONTACT: Frederick C. Dunbar

NERA

1166 Avenue of the Americas

New York, NY 10036

 

or complete a profile and upload the requested materials on

the Careers section of:

 

www.nera.com

 

NERA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

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EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE

 

Chair in Microeconomics (ECO4)

 

 

The European University Institute for research and

postgraduate training in the social sciences and humanities

is looking for candidates with a distinguished record of

scholarly publications and experience in postgraduate

teaching and doctoral supervision, to fill a Chair in

Microeconomics (ECO4).

 

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 

The Department of Economics invites applications for a

Chair in Microeconomics which will be vacant in September

2009. To fulfill the needs of the Department's structured

PhD programme, candidates must have experience in graduate-

level formal instruction and doctoral supervision as well

as a strong academic publication record.

 

Candidates should have an excellent research record in

applied microeconomics. The successful candidate will teach

in the microeconomics sequence of the Department.

 

Contracts are for five years, renewable for further three

years. The Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Interested applicants should contact:

 

CONTACT: Dr. Andreas Frijdal

Head of the Academic Service

Tel: +39-055-4685.332

Fax: +39-055-4685.444

Email: MAILTO:applypro@eui.eu

Internet: www.eui.eu

Address: European University Institute

Via dei Roccettini 9

I-50014 San Domenico di Fiesole

ITALY

 

in order to receive an application and information pack.

 

Deadline for receipt of applications: 15 September 2008

 

 

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MASSEY UNIVERSITY

Palmerston North

 

Department of Economics and Finance

 

Associate Professor/Professor in Agricultural Economics

 

 

The Department of Economics and Finance at Massey

University seeks an Agricultural Economist at the Associate

Professor or Professor level.

 

Massey University is internationally recognised for its

teaching and research expertise in agricultural and food

disciplines.

 

Closing date: 19 September 2008

 

Reference number: A277-08B

 

 

APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

For further information and to apply online, visit:

 

jobs.massey.ac.nz

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF BERN

 

Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

 

Professorship in Microeconomics

 

 

The Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences of the

University of Bern invites applications for a full-time

Professorship (open rank) in Microeconomics with special

emphasis on environmental and climate economics Depending

on the qualification of the candidates, it can be filled at

the associate or assistant professor (tenure track) level.

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION/QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Candidates should possess outstanding academic

qualifications and should have research interest in micro-

economics in general and in environmental and climate

economics in particular. Close cooperation with the

Oeschger Centre of Climate Research (OCCR) is expected.

Duties involve teaching and research at the Department of

Economics as well as in the Graduate School of Climate

Science both at the graduate and executive level. The

language of instruction is English.

 

A doctoral degree in Economics is essential for this

position. A strong research profile, manifested in

publications in leading international journals is

required as well as the ability to acquire external

funds.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

The University of Bern is an equal opportunity employer.

Women are therefore strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications containing a detailed CV, as well as

information on publications, teaching experience, and

grants should be sent electronically to:

 

CONTACT: Prof. Robert E. Leu

Email: MAILTO:director1@vwi.unibe.ch

 

Closing date: August 15, 2008

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

 

Oeschger Center:

 

www.oeschger.unibe.ch

 

NCCR Climate:

 

www.nccrclimate.unibe.ch

 

 

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UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG

 

Assistant (PhD Student) in Economics, Applied Econometrics

(M/F)

 

Application deadline: July 15, 2008

 

 

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University

of Luxembourg has an opening for 1 Assistant (PhD student

in economics) (M/F) with a specialization in applied

econometrics Ref: F2-080019 (to be mentioned in all

correspondence) A 2-year fixed-term contract, renewable

once for another two-year period, 40h/week.

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

The assistant's main task will consist in preparing a

doctoral thesis in economics, with a focus on applied

econometrics tools. The thesis should be done at the

University of Luxembourg but can be part of a joint

supervision with another university.

 

The assistant will be part of the Research unit of the

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and is expected to

contribute to research projects in the field of

environmental economics, with an emphasis on development

issues.

 

 

TASKS:

 

- Prepare a doctoral thesis in empirical economics, with a

special focus on issues related to environmental and

development economics.

- Contribute to the education at the rate of one or three

hours of steered works or seminaries a week.

- Contribute to tutoring students.

 

 

PROFILE:

 

- Master's degree in economics.

- Basic knowledge in econometrics.

- Previous research and teaching experience will be

considered as an advantage.

- Fluency in English.

 

 

OFFER:

 

- Personal work space at the University (full-time contract

requires the individual to work on the University

premises).

- Attractive remuneration.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applications should be submitted in English and must include

the following:

 

- A project proposal for the intended doctoral thesis.

- A detailed curriculum vitae.

- Name, current position, and relationship to the

applicant, of one referee.

 

Applications must be sent by post as well as electronically

to the following address before July 15, 2008:

 

Email: MAILTO:luisito.bertinelli@uni.lu

CONTACT: Luisito Bertinelli

Assistant Professor in Economics

CREA, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

University of Luxembourg

162a, av. de la Faiencerie

L-1511 Luxembourg

 

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity

employer.

 

 

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UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG

 

Assistant (PhD Student) in International Economics (M/F)

 

Application deadline: June 30, 2008

 

 

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University

of Luxembourg has an opening for 1 Assistant (PhD student

in economics) (M/F) Specialized in international economics

with a particular interest for the analyses of empirical

and econometric types Ref: F2-080020 (to be mentioned in

all correspondence) A 2-year fixed-term contract, renewable

once for another two-year period, 40h/week.

 

The assistant will be part of the Economics Research unit

(CREA) of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and is

expected to contribute to research projects in the field of

international economics.

 

 

TASKS:

 

- Prepare a doctoral thesis in international economics

- Contribute to the education at the rate of one or three

hours of steered works or seminaries a week.

- Tutoring of students.

 

 

PROFILE:

 

- Master's degree in economics.

- Fluency in English and French.

 

 

OFFER:

 

- Personal work space at the University (full-time contract

requires the individual to work on the University

premises).

- Attractive remuneration.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applications should be submitted in English and must

include the following:

 

- A detailed curriculum vitae.

- A record of grades obtained for all the completed master

courses.

- Name, current position, and relationship to the

applicant, of one referee.

 

Applications must be sent by post as well as electronically

to the following address before June 30th, 2008:

 

Email: MAILTO:michel.beine@uni.lu

CONTACT: Michel Beine

Assistant Professor in Economics

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

University of Luxembourg

162a, av. de la Faiencerie

L-1511 Luxembourg

 

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity

employer.

 

 

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UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG

 

Assistant (PhD Student) in Economics, Applied Economics

(M/F)

 

Application deadline: September 15, 2008

 

 

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University

of Luxembourg has an opening for 1 Assistant (PhD student

in economics) (M/F) with a specialization in applied

economics Ref: F2-080021 (to be mentioned in all

correspondence) A 2-year fixed-term contract, renewable

once for another two-year period, 40h/week.

 

The assistant will be part of the Research unit of the

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and is expected to

contribute to research projects in the field of integration

and agglomeration economics.

 

 

TASKS:

 

- The assistant's main task will consist in preparing a

doctoral thesis in economics, with a focus on applied

economics. The thesis has to be done at the University of

Luxembourg but can be part of a joint supervision with

another university.

- Assist the professor in his teaching activities.

- Contribute to tutoring students.

 

 

PROFILE:

 

- Master's degree in economics.

- Basic knowledge in microeconomics and econometrics.

- Previous research and teaching experience will be

considered as an advantage.

- Fluency in French and English.

 

 

OFFER:

 

- Personal work space at the University (full-time contract

requires the individual to work on the University

premises).

- Attractive remuneration.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applications must include the following:

 

- A project proposal for the intended doctoral thesis.

- A detailed curriculum vitae.

- Name, current position, and relationship to the

applicant, of one referee.

 

Applications must be sent by post as well as electronically

to the following address before September 15, 2008:

 

Email: MAILTO:elisa.ferreira@uni.lu

Patrice Pieretti

Professor in Economics

CREA, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance

University of Luxembourg

162a, av. de la Faiencerie

L-1511 Luxembourg

 

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity

employer.

 

 

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UNIVERSITE DU LUXEMBOURG

 

Assistant (PhD Student) in Economics (M/F)

 

Application deadline: July 15, 2008

 

 

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University

of Luxembourg has an opening for 1 Assistant (PhD student

in economics) (M/F) with a quantitative background, a

specialization in applied microeconomics and a strong

interest in the economics of innovation and networks Ref:

F2-080022 (to be mentioned in all correspondence) A 2-year

fixed-term contract, renewable once for another two-year

period, 40h/week.

 

The assistant will be part of the Economics Research unit

(CREA) and of the Luxembourg Business Academy (LBA) of the

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance. The assistant is

expected to contribute to research projects in the area of

the economics of innovation and networks.

 

 

TASKS:

 

- Prepare a doctoral thesis in economics.

- Contribute to the education at the rate of one or three

hours of steered works or seminaries a week.

- Contribute to tutoring students.

 

 

PROFILE:

 

- Master's degree in economics.

- Interest in issues pertaining to innovation, networks,

dynamic and stochastic processes.

- Basic knowledge of programming.

- Fluency in English and French.

 

 

OFFER:

 

- Personal work space at the University (full-time contract

requires the assistant to work on the University

premises).

- Attractive remuneration.

 

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

 

Applications should be submitted in English or French and

must include the following:

 

- A cover letter.

- A project proposal for the intended doctoral thesis.

- A detailed curriculum vitae.

- The name, current position, and relationship to the

applicant, of one referee.

 

Applications must be sent by post as well as electronically

to the following address before July 15, 2008:

 

Email: MAILTO:nicolas.jonard@uni.lu

CONTACT: Nicolas JONARD

Universite du Luxembourg

LBA

4, rue Albert Borschette

L-1246 Luxembourg

 

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity

employer.

 

 

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