ADRES - 21 & 22 January 2011 - Call for papers

The organizing committee has the pleasure of inviting you to the 2011 Annual Doctoral Conference of the Association for the Development of Research in Economics and Statistics (ADRES). This year the event will take place at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris, on January 21st and 22nd.
The Conference aims to stimulate exchanges between PhD students, young doctors, postdoc and experienced researchers to discuss scientific results, start collaboration and get in touch for future academic positions. The conference will include plenary sessions with two keynote speakers and (approx 75) contributed paper sessions.

The invited speakers are:

  • Alan P. Kirman (Université d’Aix- Marseille III and EHESS)
  • David Martimort (Paris School of Economics and EHESS)


  • 15/11/2010 Dead line for papers submission
  • 01/12/2010 Selection
  • 21/01/2011 - 22/01/2011 Conference at the MSE, Paris 13ème Metro “Campo-Formio” Ligne 5

Local Organizing Committee

> Lorenzo Cassi (CES, University Paris 1)
> Eleni Iliopulos (Paris School of Economics, University Paris 1)
> Nicolas Jacquemet (Paris School of Economics, University Paris 1)
> Jean-Marc Tallon (Paris School of Economics, University Paris 1)
> Community Manager : Tonia Lastapis (Paris School of Economics, CES, CNRS)

Call for papers: 15/11/2010

Both theoretical and applied papers on all topics in economics are encouraged. Participation at this conference will be subject to a selection process on criteria such as the quality of submitted papers. The Doctoral Conference is intended primarily for PhD students or young doctors in economics who plan to apply soon for an academic position at a University or in a Research Institute in France or more broadly
in Europe. Priority will be given to applicants who have recently either obtained the French certification (“qualification”) for the academic system or have applied to obtain it. Papers, presentations and all conference materials are allowed to be both in English and French.


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