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Home page > News & Events > Upcoming events > Berlin 2006

International Conference

Open Macroeconomics and Development

Université de la Méditerranée (Aix-Marseille II)

Aix en Provence, France
April 27th – 28th, 2006


The objective of the conference is to gather academics, policy makers and young researchers/PhDs for discussing recent contributions in Open Macroeconomics and Development. The conference will include invited speakers (economists from international financial institutions and academics) and contributed sessions.

Call for papers

All papers dealing with Open Macroeconomics and Development are welcome. This year, the workshop will focus more specifically on the following topics:

• Monetary Policy in the Euro area
• Open Macroeconomics Dynamics and Exchange Rate
• Productivity and Potential Output Performances, and Impact of Structural Reforms
• Current Account Adjustment
• Economic Growth and Convergence

The deadline for submitting a paper is January 31st, 2006.

Procedures for submitting papers

Full papers should be sent to:

M. Martelli
14, av. Jules Ferry
13621 Aix en Provence
You can also email a Pdf file to martelli@univ-aix.fr

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Please visit the Conference's official web site to learn further and updated details.


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SPES Development Studies Research Centre
University of Rome La Sapienza, Faculty of Economics
Via del Castro Laurenziano 9, 00161, Rome, Italy
Director: Claudio Cecchi