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Nov 13 to Nov 15, 2018
Workshop on The Frontiers of Research in Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries
This workshop will bring together leading researchers, PhD candidates from top institutions in US/Europe, and excellent scholars from low-income countries of interest for presentations and discussion on the frontiers in our understanding of, and the open questions most in need of attention in, private enterprise development in the global south.
Jan 18 to Jan 20, 2019
The Working Group in African Political Economy (WGAPE) meetings are held in four regional sub-groups each fall and in a national meeting each spring. Participants are advanced graduate students and faculty studying political economy in Africa. The meeting is co-organized by the national WGAPE.
This will be the fourth WGAPE meeting hosted by NYU Abu Dhabi.
Jan 21 to Jan 23, 2019
Please check the following link for announcements concerning WESSI Workshops in 2019-20.
Jan 24 to Jan 26, 2019
Asia Pacific Economic Conference
For registration and important dates, please follow the link at http://esa2019nyuad.org.
Feb 16 to Feb 18, 2019
Association for Analytic Learning about Islam and Muslim Societies (AALIMS-NYUAD)
AALIMS is an organization of scholars aimed at promoting “analytic research of Muslim societies, with a focus on the roles of culture and religion in social, economic, and political trends in both the past and the present.” Previous workshop venues include Duke (2010), Harvard (2011), Stanford (2012, 2016), Rice (2013), Princeton (2014, 2015, 2018), Oxford (2015), and Pomona (2017).
NYUAD will join this group of elite academic institutions to provide a forum for the discussion and critical evaluation of research in political economy on Islam and Muslim societies that uses advanced descriptive, theoretical, and empirical methods of the modern social sciences.
Feb 20 to Feb 21, 2018
Macroeconomic fluctuations with frictional labor and goods markets: Theory and Data
The focus will be on the general equilibrium interaction between goods market and labor markets, in a way reminiscent to the Keynesian mechanisms but in the most modern quantitative economic analysis and with a particular focus on policy multipliers (fiscal multipliers, financial multipliers) and the process of data collection based on consumer surveys, bar-codes, and the new analysis of job creation and destruction pioneered by Davis and Haltiwanger.
Mar 15 to Mar 15, 2019
Internal Symposium in Experimental Economics (iSEE)
More details to come.
Apr 6 to Apr 8, 2019
Workshop on The Frontiers of Network Science (WTFNS)
To learn more, please visit the site at https://sites.google.com/nyu.edu/rgns/home?authuser=0