The EEA will launch the first European Job Market, on Thursday December 6 and Friday December 7 2018, in Naples, Italy. The Job Market will take place immediately after the Econometric Society Winter Meetings. Please view this video to see what it is about.
22 June 2018
De la Vega prize awarded to CSEF Fellow Sarah Draus
On 22 June Sarah Draus was awarded the De la Vega prize by the Federation of European Stock Exchanges (FESE) for the research paper “Market power on exchanges: linking price impact to trading fees”. The prize was awarded during a gala dinner in Vienna, which preceded the annual convention of FESE. Below several links with the official press release:
FESE press release: http://www.fese.eu/press-room/191-sarah-drauss-wins-the-de-la-vega-prize-2018
FESE announcement with picture: http://www.fese.eu/de-la-vega-prize
The objective is to present state-of-the-art empirical and theoretical research on household financial behaviour and on how it is influenced by other choices, government policies, and the overall economic environment.
The organisers particularly encourage submissions from PhD students in household finance planning to go on the job market in Winter 2019. Students must apply online stating that they are a PhD student. Top student submissions will be included in the regular workshop programme. The best student paper will be awarded the CEPR Network Prize on Household Finance, sponsored by TFI.
Deadline for submissions: 25 June 2018 - Download the Call for papers
16 March 2018
Call for submissions to the 2018 Etta Chiuri Prize