Location of Conference
A joint initiative of DIEES-AUEB and CESifo
CESifo and the Department of International and European Economic Studies (DIEES) of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) invite the submission of papers or extended abstracts (300-500 words) on the question of
“The Economics of Firm Exporting”
for the CESifo–Delphi Conference 2013 which will take place in Munich, April 26 - 27, 2013.
Relevant topics include issues such as:
- heterogeneity of firms and exporting behaviour,
- the impact of crises, credit rationing and liquidity constraints on exporters,
- the effects of trade liberalizations, currency unions, and other forms of globalization on firm exporting,
- public and private sector reforms and the performance of exporters,
- financial constraints and firm behaviour (e.g. the impact of financial constraints on firm size, profits and investment),
- exchange rate behavior and its implications for firm exporting
Both theoretical and empirical work is welcome.
For submission, please visit www.cesifo.org. Go to the “Conferences”- page, click on the link “Academic Conferences”, then on the link “Forthcoming Conferences”, then on the conference name and finally on the “Submit a paper”- link below the conference description. Only online submissions are accepted. Should you have any (technical) difficulties with the online submission procedure, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. The deadline for the submission of papers is 15 January 2013.
A decision on accepted papers for presentation atthe conference will be announced by February 15, 2013. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to give presentations at the conference in Munich. CESifo will provide accommodation, and reimburse economy travel costs for those with accepted papers. Those without accepted papers are also welcome to attend, but are expected to provide their own funding for travel and accommodation.
All papers presented at the conference will appear in the CESifo Working Paper Series.
In addition, selected papers from the conference will be published as a special issue of the journal The World Economy. There will be external refereeing of papers after both stages.
Please do not hesitate to contact the scientific organizers should you have any questions:
Peter Egger (ETH Zurich): email@example.com
Margarita Katsimi (AUEB): firstname.lastname@example.org