The Spanish Association of Labour Economics (AEET, Asociación Española de Economía del Trabajo) holds the 14th Labour Economics Meeting, which will be taking place online using UNIR, the Online University, webinar Platform on June 30 and July 1-2, 2021, online.
The conferences strive to be a forum for debate about key issues related to the functioning and results of the labour market and economic policies designed for it. Since they were first held in 1995, the Labour Economics Meeting has become the most important gathering for economists specialised in the study of the labour market. Their goals are to promote and disseminate studies about the labour market, to train experts in this subject and to promote networking among different persons and institutions in a national and international context.
Please find all the relevant information here: http://www.xivjel.com/
30th June: Econometrics course about “Experimental Approach in Labor and Development Economics”, focused on Policy Evaluation. Instructor: Mónica Martínez Bravo (CEMFI).
1st July: keynote speakers.
Almudena Sevilla (University College London): special session on Gender Economics
Lídia Farré (Universitat de Barcelona) and Sonia Oreffice (University of Exeter): COVID-19 effects, with special attention to gender inequalities.
2nd July: round table (in Spanish) on: “COVID-19 impact on employment and inequality: actions taken from public policies” with Olga Cantó (UAH), Ignacio Álvarez (State Secretary for Social Rights/ UAM), Daniel Pérez del Prado (UC3M) and Israel Arroyo (State Secretary for Social Security and Pensions). Moderator: Inmaculada Cebrián (UAH).
Extended abstracts on the Labour Economics meeting areas (please find them at the conference web) in either Spanish or English, will be admitted via Conference Maker (deadline: April 19, 2021): https://editorialexpress.com/conference/JEL2021/
Special fees for non-presenters and PhD candidates!