Venice Summer Institute 2017: New Evidence on Consumption, Household Behaviour, and Inequality
Date: Jun 12/13, 2017
Venue: San Servolo, Venice, Italy
Thomas Crossley, University of Essex
Hamish Low, University of Cambridge
Joachim Winter, LMU Munich
Description: Household-level data on consumption expenditure underpin key policy questions, both microeconomic and macroeconomic, including monetary policy, tax policy, social security, and their relation to consumption, savings, and inequality. While the measurement of consumer expenditures at the household level poses difficult challenges, the last few years have seen much innovation in how such data can be collected and analyzed. This workshop will bring together international expert to consider these innovations as well as the application of new and improved sources of data to key areas of policy and research. The workshop wil stress the close interaction between economnis theory, measurement, and econometric methods.
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The deadline for submissions is December 19, 2016. Authors of papers that are accepted for
presentation at the workshop will be notified by the end of February 2017.
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papers presented at the workshop can be revised after the workshop to include comments.
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accepted papers. All CESifo Research Network members are invited to participate, but are expected to
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