The European Winter Meetings of the Econometric Society (EWMES) foster close interaction between young scholars and more established academics. Many of today’s leading European economists kick-started their careers at one of these meetings. Students on the job market, advanced PhD students and early career researchers in all fields of economics are encouraged to apply.
The European Winter Meeting 2022 will be hosted by the Berlin School of Economics (BSE) at the Humboldt University Berlin, School of Business and Economics, Spandauer Straße 1, 10178 Berlin. The meeting takes place from December 16-18, 2022. The call for papers can be found here.
More information on the Econometric Society can be found on their website and in their introduction video. The Econometric Society thanks its sponsors Amazon Science, Fundación BBVA, Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, D. E. Shaw & Co, Google and Two Sigma for their continuous support.
Friday 16th December, 11:30-12:30
Jan Eeckhout is ICREA professor of Economics at UPF Barcelona. He studies the macroeconomic implications of market power, and the economics of work. He has published numerous articles in economics journals and is the author of the book ‘The Profit Paradox’. His research has featured in the media, including The Economist, WSJ, FT, NYT and Bloomberg. He has been tenured professor at the UPenn and UCL and has been the Louis Simpson Visiting Professor at Princeton. He is fellow of the Econometric Society, the European Economic Association (EEA) and the Academia Europaea. He received his PhD from LSE.
Saturday 17th December, 11:30-12:30
Christian Dustmann is Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL) and the founding Director of the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM). He is a labour economist working in areas such as migration, the economics of education, the economics of crime, social networks, technology, income mobility, wage dynamics and inequality. He was the President of the Asian and Australasian Society of Labour Economics (AASLE) (2017-2021) which he helped founding. He has also been President of the European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) and the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE). Professor Dustmann is an elected Fellow of the British Academy (FBA), the German National Academy of Sciences (Leopoldina), the Academia Europaea, the Econometric Society, and the Society of Labor Economists (SOLE). In 2020 he was awarded the 2020 Carl-Friedrich-von-Weizsäcker-Prize by the German National Academy of Sciences. He regularly advises government bodies, international organizations, and the media on current policy issues.
Sunday 18th December, 11:30-12:30
Ekaterina Zhuravskaya is a Professor of Economics at the Paris School of Economics (EHESS). Her primary field of interest is political economics with applications to media, ethnic conflict, culture, corruption, and economic history. She is the recipient of the 2018 Birgit Grodal Award, given by the European Economic Association every two years to a European-based female economist who has made a significant contribution to the Economics profession, and the 2019 CNRS Silver Medal. She is a Fellow of the Econometric Society and a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). She received her PhD at Harvard University in 1999. She has published extensively in leading academic journals and is a joint managing coeditor of the Economic Journal.
Saturday 17th December, 17:45-18:45
For up-and-coming scholars aspiring to a tenured post, having enough time for research and publishing in high-ranking journals is crucial. At the same time, teaching obligations are part of the job and courses need to be designed, prepared, and held. How can you as academics balance these two demands? How can you offer effective teaching and ensure satisfied students while optimizing your preparation time? What are the most useful tools and media available and what tips and tricks can you get from more experienced scholars to help you achieve this? In this session, short presentations will be given by Antonio Cabrales Goitia, Thomas Siedler and Barbara Biasi on the subject of efficient teaching at universities and business schools. They will give you pointers gathered over many years of teaching to help you along your career path.
Thursday 15th December, 18:00-20:30
The panel will discuss the implications of the future of labor on inequality. How is the future of labor affected by long-term trends, such as demographic change, digitalization and the climate crisis? What is the effect of the war in Ukraine and the new geopolitical situation? How will these trends affect inequality? What are the main challenges and potentials? Can public policy address the challenges and if yes how? The panel discussion is followed by a welcome reception. Further information