CESifo Venice Summer Institute 2023

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CESifo, in cooperation with Venice International University, will once again host its Summer Institute in Venice, Italy, bringing together international economists working on economic policy topics. The conference venue is San Servolo, an island just off San Marco in the bay of Venice, that offers an ideal setting for an intensive exchange of ideas in a relaxed atmosphere.

Venice Summer Institute Workshops offered:

The Economic Analysis of Critical Junctures
19 - 20 June 2022

Critical junctures – such as revolutions and democratic transitions – allow researchers to observe contexts in which key fundamental drivers of institutional change are varying β€œin real time”. This conference will bring together scholars from political economy, development economics, and economic history studying such junctures through experimental and field work.

Scientific Organizers: Michael Callen (LSE), Davide Cantoni (LMU Munich), David Y. Yang (Harvard University), and Noam Yuchtman (LSE).

Submit a paper: https://ifo-cesifo-events.org/frontend/index.php?sub=146

 

The 70's Are Back:  Determinants and Implications of High Inflation
19 - 20 June 2022

Inflation is back, at levels not seen since the 1970s. Unlike in the 1970s, the rich microeconomic data available today provide a unique setting to test existing theories and develop new ones. The goal of this workshop is to discuss current work on micro-level price adjustment behavior and inflation expectations, their implications for inflation and economic activity, and the policy recommendations following from this research.

Scientific Organizers:  Raphael Schoenle (Brandeis University) and Peter Zorn (LMU Munich)

Submit a paper: https://ifo-cesifo-events.org/frontend/index.php?sub=147  

 

Decision Making in Firms - Big Data and Management Practices 
21 - 22 June 2022

What data firms collect, how they use them, and whether they have tools in place that facilitate data driven decision making, including machine learning and AI based methods, is at the core of modern productivity studies. As is the question of what facilitates or hinders adoption of these modern methods. With this workshop we want to bring together researchers to discuss the state of affairs and push the frontier of knowledge on these extremely important questions.

Scientific Organizers: Nicholas Bloom (Stanford University) and Florian Englmaier (LMU Munich)

Submit a paper: https://ifo-cesifo-events.org/frontend/index.php?sub=142

 

Technological Change and the Future of Work: Combining Disciplinary Approaches
21 - 22 June 2022

Is this time really different? Artificial intelligence, robots and other forms of automation could exert such a massive impact on labor markets in the years to come that pundits keep warning that this time is indeed different. Thus, just in case it is so, CESifo and SPRU are bringing representatives of many different disciplines to explore how to join forces to cope with the impending disruption.

Scientific Organizers: Maria Savona (SPRU, University of Sussex and DEF, LUISS), Oliver Falck (CESifo & ifo Institute)

Submit a paper: https://ifo-cesifo-events.org/frontend/index.php?sub=149

 

Firm-Level Responses to Trade Shocks
23 - 24 June 2022

Globalization takes place primarily through firms, and a myriad of factors affect their internationalization choices. Among those factors, trade shocks play a key role. This workshop will feature theoretical and empirical contributions that help us understand how firms react to these shocks and the general equilibrium and welfare effects of these adjustments.

Scientific Organizers: Carsten Eckel (LMU Munich), Lisandra Flach (LMU Munich and ifo Institute), Emanuel Ornelas (Sao Paolo School of Business - FGV)

Submit a paper: https://ifo-cesifo-events.org/frontend/index.php?sub=148

 

People's Understanding and Support for Economic Policies 
23 - 24 June 2022

Economists need not only to have a clear idea of which instruments are most efficient and how their impacts can be evaluated ex post. Economists also need to understand why policymakers and voters sometimes oppose the use of such instruments. This is the focus of the CESifo Workshop on People’s Understanding and Support for Economic Policies. The workshop will discuss papers that explore the public understanding of how certain economic policy instruments work, what determines their popularity, and how to make good economic policies politically acceptable.

Scientific Organizers: Stefano Carattini (Georgia State University), Klaus Schmidt (LMU Munich)

Submit a paper: https://ifo-cesifo-events.org/frontend/index.php?sub=139

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