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February 3 2015

Call for Papers: 2015 EEA Annual Congress



The European Economic Association (EEA) and the Programme Chair, Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim), invite you to submit a paper to the contributed sessions at the ‘30th Congress of the European Economic Association’ that will take place at the University of Mannheim, Germany, from Monday August 24 to Thursday August 27 2015.

Submitting a Paper
Submissions of papers are invited from academic, government and business economists in ANY field of economics and econometrics. Submissions are now open so please visit the EEA Congress website here for instructions on how to submit papers and for full information on EEA Mannheim 2015. Please note that the submitting author must be a member of the EEA in order to submit a paper. Details on how to become a member of the EEA can be found here.

Submitting a Paper to Sessions Sponsored by the European Central Bank (ECB)
In order to promote research on topics of strong policy relevance for central banks, researchers are encouraged to submit papers on:

• Unconventional monetary policies and their empirical effectiveness
• Interactions between monetary policy, fiscal policy and macro-prudential policies

The papers must be submitted in the same way as all other papers for the EEA congress (see above), and will be subject to the same review process. The programme committee member who will be handling these submissions is Klaus Adam so please make sure that you choose him when you submit your paper. The programme committee will liaise with the ECB to form contributed sessions from accepted papers on these topics.

Submitting a Poster
When submitting a paper, PhD students have the option of indicating their interest in presenting their paper in a poster session. Posters will be set up in a central area of the congress site to attract the attention and interest of participants.

The deadline for all submissions is midnight (GMT) February 15, 2015.


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