More information is available on the conference website. Interesting statistics about the submitted papers and the final participants can be found here.
EAYE Workshop Bids (Deadline: 15 September 2019) We accept bids for organizing and hosting an EAYE Workshop on a specific topic within economics on an ongoing basis. The goal of the EAYE Workshops is to facilitate the interaction between young non-tenured researchers with senior experts in their specific field. We welcome submissions for all types of workshops: interactive workshop concepts, job market trainings, or intense feedback rounds with one to two experienced researchers.
Please be in touch and ask for more information and a short skype call before considering a potential bid: email@example.com
"How to Survive the Economics Job Market - Strategies and Advice for Young Economists" The European Association of Young Economists (EAYE) has organized a panel discussion at this year's EEA-ESEM in Cologne. The aim of this panel has been to provide different insights on the academic job market offered by experienced senior economists form the preparation and hiring side and from recent job market candidates.
The shared experiences and given advices by the panelists are available here.
Moderators: Anna Maria Koukal (Zurich) and Alessandro Saia (Lausanne) Speakers: Pietro Biroli (Zurich), Kalina Manova (UCL), Marco Ottaviani (Bocconi) and Donghai Zhang (Bonn)
Spring Meeting of Young Economists 2018 in Palma (Spain)