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Call for Long-Run Dynamics in Economics - OLG Days 2023 | March 29 to 31

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We invite to submit papers to the Long-Run Dynamics in Economics Workshop 2023, organized by IESEG School of Management (ANR MALYNES), Aix Marseille School of Economics (AMSE), EconomiX (University Paris Nanterre), Laboratoire d’Économie Appliquée de Grenoble (GAEL) and University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne/Paris School of Economics. The workshop will take place in the University Paris Nanterre - Paris School of Economics - University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne from March 29th to 31st.


  • Growth and development
  • Population economics (longevity, health…)
  • Sustainable development and environmental policies
  • History economics
  • Fiscal policies and debt sustainability
  • Education, human capital and labour market


This workshop is organized in the long tradition of the the OLG Days intitiated by Philippe Michel. Submissions are not restricted to overlapping generation models, but broadly include papers in macroeconomic dynamics and quantitative theory. Working papers and works in progress are welcome.


There is no conference fee, the organization committee will cover costs related to food and accommodation (two nights). Participants will cover their travel expenses, except for PhD students. We strongly encourage participants to attend the whole workshop. Moreover, we encourage participation by both junior and senior people.
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Submissions should be sent to lordeconference2023 at The submission deadline is January, 15th 2023. Decisions will be sent by February, 10th 2023.

Scientific Commitee

  • Nicolas Abad (LERN, University of Rouen)
  • Thomas Baudin (IESEG)
  • David De La Croix (IRES, University of Louvain)
  • Giorgio Fabbri (CNRS, GAEL)
  • Natacha Raffin (CEPS, ENS-Paris-Saclay)
  • Thomas Seegmuller (CNRS, AMSE)
  • Bertrand Wigniolle (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris School of Economics)

Local Organizers

  • Mouez Fodha (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris School of Economics)
  • Paolo Melindi-Ghidi (EconomiX, University Paris-Nanterre)
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