Call for Papers: Public Policy Lessons conference - 3rd conference in the After the pandemic Series

Conference dates

12 Nov 2021 - 13 Nov 2021

Location

Online

Description

The International Centre for Economic Analysis (ICEA) invites papers to be considered for a virtual conference PUBLIC POLICY LESSONS. This is the third conference in our AFTER THE PANDEMIC conference series (see below).

Public policy faced serious challenges during the pandemic. The conference will focus on the effectiveness of public policy measures, and on lessons for designing better policies to meet the public health challenges in the post-pandemic era. These involve, among others, improving the measurement of economic costs and benefits of various public health approaches, designing effective vaccination campaigns, optimizing lockdown policies, developing consistent communication and countering disinformation.

The conference is planned as interdisciplinary. We invite papers related to the general theme of the conference, in all fields, including economics, psychology, sociology, political science, business, management and medical fields.

The conference is open to both presenters and non-presenters, and there are no fees, but registration is required.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Judith A. Chevalier (Yale University School of Management and NBER)

PAPER SUBMISSION: to submit a paper go to https://form.jotform.com/212395298588271, or to our website, https://ICEAnet.org

IMPORTANT DATES:
Submission deadline: October 22, 2021
Acceptance decision: October 29, 2021
Registration (required): by November 5, 2021
Conference dates: November 12-13, 2021

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: additional information can be found on our website, https://ICEAnet.org. It contains the call for papers, submission and registration links, as well as information on other conferences in the series.
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ABOUT THE AFTER THE PANDEMIC CONFERENCE SERIES
The Covid-19 Pandemic has been a singular event that affected health, economic situation and social cohesion around the world. The conference series is devoted to analyzing various aspects of the pandemic and their long-term consequences.

The conference schedule for the Fall of 2021 (with keynote speakers and dates in brackets):

HAPPINESS AND AGE (David Blanchflower, Dartmouth College; Oct 29-30)
INEQUALITY (Wojciech Kopczuk, Columbia University; Nov 5-6)
PUBLIC POLICY LESSONS (Judith A. Chevalier, Yale University; Nov 12-13)
WORKING FROM HOME (Nicholas Bloom, Stanford University; Nov 17-18)
PUBLIC HEALTH (Alan Whiteside, Wilfrid Laurier University: Dec 3-4)
GENDER INEQUALITY (Stefania Albanesi, University of Pittsburgh: Dec 10-11)

The preliminary conference schedule for Winter 2022 (with keynote speakers and dates in brackets):

INFLATION (Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Berkeley; January 29-30)
TAXATION (Stefanie Stantcheva, Harvard; February 5-6)
FUTURE OF WORK (David Autor, MIT; TBA)
THE RESILIENT SOCIETY (Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton University; TBA)
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ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS:
The International Centre for Economic Analysis (ICEA), is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the advancement of research in economics and other social sciences, with chapters in Canada, at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario; in Poland, at the University of Warsaw and in Italy, at the University of Siena. The centre was called the Research Centre for Economic Analysis until September 2021.

ICEA envisions to become a network of academics and policymakers who collaborate to apply cutting-edge theoretical and empirical research relevant to economic policy. The centre welcomes diverse views on how to realize this goal. ICEA sponsors high quality research linkages in both interdisciplinary and international dimensions. We encourage long-term affiliation with the centre, and we especially encourage the participation of graduate students and recent PhDs.

ICEA is directed by the Board. Members of the Board have extensive experience with organizing conferences, both in person and online. Past speakers at these conferences included, among others, Philippe Aghion, Larry Ball, Steve Cecchetti, Steven Davis, Janice Eberly, Emmanuel Farhi, Jordi Gali, John Haltiwanger, Elhanan Helpman, Peter Howitt, Charles Jones, Larry Karp, Josh Lerner, Enrique Mendoza, Emi Nakamura, James Robinson, Barbara Rossi, Rick van der Ploeg, John Van Reenen and Joseph Zeira.

Information about ICEA can be found at https://iceanet.org/

PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY
Review of Economic Analysis (REA, http://rofea.org), the official journal of ICEA, is planning to publish special issue(s) from the series. The journal is open access, ABDC-ranked, peer-reviewed quarterly publication. ICEA aims to promote its further development as a top open access, general interest journal in the profession. REA is in its 13th year and is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The papers submitted to the special issue will go through the usual refereeing process. REA charges no submission or publication fees.

CONTACT
Conference; paper submission, registration: secretary@ICEAnet.org
Review of Economic Analysis: editor@RofEA.org

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Jerzy (Jurek) Konieczny, Chair (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada), Elettra Agliardi (University of Bologna, Italy), Thomas Barbiero (Ryerson University, Canada), Wing Chan (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada), Ciro Gennaro Corvese (University of Sienna), Livio DiMatteo (Lakehead University, Canada), Jan MichaƂek (University of Warsaw, Poland), Stephen Snudden (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada), Thanasis Stengos (University of Guelph, Canada), Dimitrios Thomakos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece): Joanna Tyrowicz (University of Warsaw, Poland), Wendy Wu (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada).