|Date:||00:00 25 May 2017 - 00:00 26 May 2017|
|Venue:||UCL, Roberts Bulding|
The Department of Economics at University College London (UCL) will host the 5th European Conference on Networks. This conference aims to bring together economic researchers on networks in economics and related topics. The conference will be held at UCL, 25-26 May 2017. The program committee invites applied, econometrics and theoretical work on the topic.
Confirmed speakers include: Jennifer La’O (Columbia University), Robin Lee (Harvard University), Aureo de Paula (University College London), Luigi Pistaferri (Stanford University), Dominic Rohner (University of Lausanne), Marzena Rostek (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Elie Tamer (Harvard University).
We primarily invite submissions of completed papers, but will also consider submissions of substantial abstracts (2 pages). Prospective contributors are invited to submit papers and abstracts by 17 March 2017 at firstname.lastname@example.org
All papers submitted by the deadline will be reviewed prior to acceptance for presentation. The scientific committee aim to complete the review process by early April 2017 and will notify applicants by email. Following the review process, a final program will be compiled and posted on the conference webpage(see below).
The call for papers, conference program, further details and news will be posted on the conference webpage.
Travel and accommodation
While some financial support may be available, participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs. Arrangements for preferential rates at a range of hotels will be posted on the conference webpage.
Yann Bramoulle, Aix-Marseille University
Vasco Carvalho, Cambridge University
Andrea Galeotti, European University Institute and Essex University
Sanjeev Goyal, Cambridge University
Aureo de Paula, University College London
Adam Szeidl, Central European University
This conference has been financially supported by the European Research Council (Econometric Analysis of Interaction Models starting grant no. 338187) and the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap).