Partially Online (some attendance required)
The Annual Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research, hosted by the Bank of Lithuania, will take place on 28 December 2022. We are happy to announce that, following the 2020 and 2021 editions being held online, the conference will be held in person with a limited number of hybrid presentations for those speakers who are unable to travel to Lithuania. This one-day conference takes place every year right after Christmas and gives a forum for Lithuanian Economists and their friends to meet each other.
Call for Papers
We are happy to invite paper submissions for the 11th Annual Lithuanian Conference on Economic Research hosted by the Bank of Lithuania that will take place on December 28, 2022, in Vilnius, Lithuania. The meeting will be held in person and due to technical constraints we would be able to entertain only a limited number of hybrid presentations for those speakers who are unable to travel to Lithuania. This one-day conference takes place every year right after Christmas and gives a forum for Lithuanian economists and their friends to meet each other.
This year the winter meeting will also host a special session on “Global shocks and micro adjustments”, part of the pan-Baltic research project “Micro-level responses to socio-economic challenges in face of global uncertainties” financed by the Baltic Research Programme.
We are looking for well-defined research ideas that could benefit from the interactions in a collegial setting. We especially welcome the submissions by PhD students and post-doctoral fellows. The conference will cover a broad range of topics in theoretical and empirical economics, including but not restricted to macroeconomics, microeconomics, financial economics, labour economics, political economy.
Please submit full papers or extended abstracts to email@example.com. Please indicate with your submissions if you intend to present your paper remotely. The deadline for paper submissions is November 30, 2022. The submitting authors will be notified by December 8, 2022.
The conference will be held mostly in person with a limited number of hybrid presentations for those speakers who are unable to travel to Lithuania. The working language of the meeting is English. The conference is also open to researchers who do not plan to present a paper.
Jūratė Jaraitė-Kažukauskė (Vilnius University), Eglė Karmazienė (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Povilas Lastauskas (Queen Mary University of London), Aurelija Proškutė (Bank of Lithuania), Linas Tarasonis (Bank of Lithuania), Alminas Žaldokas (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
More information available at https://meeting2022.econ.lt/