Annual Financial Econometrics conference: 11-12 May 2012
TSE is holding its annual financial econometrics conference on 11-12 May in Toulouse. The TSE specialists on the subject will be joined by internationally-renowned peers to present and discuss recent work and developments.
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The Economics of Energy Markets: June 15-16, 2011
This conference will focus on academic topics such as “smart grids”, renewables,retail competition, carbon market, incentive regulation, ...A round-table will also present the UK energy market reform.
Toulouse Lectures in Economics
30 March - 1 April 2011
Randall Wright, Professeur à l'université du Wisconsin-Madison, présentera les 8èmes Toulouse Lectures in Economics les 30, 31 mars 2011 et 1er avril 2011 - Amphi Colloque de 17H00 à 18H30
Risk Management after the crisis
April 6-7, 2011
This conference, sponsored by the European Research Council and the SCOR, will bring together academics (from HEC, INSEAD, TSE, Oxford, MIT, CEMFI, Maryland, UCLA, Wisconsin, Zürich, ...) and practitioners (from ECB, SCOR, Rio Tinto, Banque de France, ...) to discuss issues related to risk-management, risk-taking, financing, liquidity and crisis. The goal is to analyze the economic driving forces underlying these phenomena, and to discuss private and public policy responses.
The Economics of Intellectual Property, Software and the Internet
January, 13-14 2011
The objective of this 6th bi-annual conference, co-sponsored by the Institut D’Economie Industrielle and the Toulouse School of Economics, is to discuss recent academic contributions to the economics of Intellectual Property, and of the Software and Internet Industries, whether theoretical, econometric, experimental or policy oriented.
Information frictions and price adjustments
- Macroeconomics Workshop - December 3, 2010, Toulouse, 08:30-18:00, room MF 323.
Organized by Christian Hellwig (TSE-GREMAQ).
This workshop presents recent research on the topic of information frictions and price adjustments.
EC2 Conference: 17-18 December 2010
Annual international conference on research in quantitative economics and econometrics
The 21st (EC)2 Conference will be held in Toulouse, France, December 17-18 2010. (EC)2 is a series of annual international conferences on research in quantitative economics and econometrics. The first conference in the series was organized in 1990. The acronym (EC)2 stands for Conferences of the Econometrics Community.
The main aim of these conferences is to provide a convenient forum for both senior and junior European researchers in quantitative economics and econometrics to discuss their research results.The theme of the conference for 2010 is Identification in Econometrics, Theory and Applications. The Program Chair is Elie Tamer from Northwestern University.
Firms, environment and natural resources
14-16 June 2010
This workshop deals with the working and regulation of markets for polluting products and natural resources, as well as the emergence of the so-called “eco-industry”.
The presentations address various issues such as:
- asymmetric information between the government or an environmental agency and the polluting industry or the supplier of an exhaustible resource ;
- the role played by the government both in setting a market for tradeable emissions permits and designing environmental taxation ;
- government’s commitment to reduce polluting emissions and provide firms with credible incentives to invest in R&D ;
- the regulation of polluting activities, risky activities and the encouragement of carbon offsets such a forestation ;
- the emergence of an eco-industry due to the growing concern for the environment ;
- the difficulty of international cooperation for the environment.
Industrial Organization and the Food Processing Industry
June 10-11, 2010
Topics to be covered include food and health (obesity, public policy, …), marketing in food retailing, market conduct and market power in the food processing industry, contractual relationships in theagro-food chain, cooperatives and contracts, product quality, information, and food safety, intellectual property rights and biotechnology, GMO, performance and productivity analysis of the agro-food sector.
CEPR conference on Applied Industrial Organization
The CEPR Applied IO conference series aims to contribute to an analytical understanding of the issues raised by competition and investment, develop empirical protocols and tests of economic models, promote the exchange and the dissemination of results at the forefront of research, and finally, evaluate current competition and regulation policies.
It covers the state of the art in applied and empirical industrial organization. Pinelopi Goldberg (Princeton University), Roman Inderst (University of Frankfurt and CEPR) and Jonathan Levin (Stanford University) have confirmed their participation as keynote speakers.
The conference is preceded by the Seventh CEPR School in Applied Industrial Organisation. The aim of the annual School is to provide a forum for intellectual exchanges between PhD students and more experienced researchers in the field of industrial organisation.