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European Society for Population Economics (ESPE)

The European Society for Population Economics was founded in 1986 to facilitate the communication and exchange of ideas between researchers from European and other countries around the globe. Equal emphasis is given to theoretical and applied research across a wide range of fields, all related to population economics. Research interests of members of the Society include: Education, Health, Labor market topics (human capital, employment, unemployment, wages, firm behavior), Demographics (marriage, fertility, ageing, retirement, mortality, immigration), Income (poverty, inequality), Housing and household issues, Inter-generational mobility, Crime, Discrimination, Institutions, and Policy evaluation.

2nd Dondena workshop on Public Policy: call for papers

The Welfare State and Taxation Unit of the Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policy is pleased to announce the Second Dondena workshop on Public Policy.

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2017 ESPE Annual Conference

The 31st Annual Conference of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE) will take place on June 14-17, 2017 at the Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland. The local organiser is Professor Robert E. Wright. Professor Michèle Belot (University of Edinburgh) will serve as the program chair. The keynote speakers will be Professor Janet Currie (Princeton University) and Dr. Wilbert van der Klaauw (Federal Reserve Bank of New York). The presidential address will be given by Professor Marco Francesconi (University of Essex).

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