North American Winter Meeting

Jan 5 - 7, 2007

Chicago, Illinois

The 2007 joint meeting with the American Economic Association will be held in Chicago, Illinois, January 5-7, 2007, as part of the Allied Social Science Association Meeting. The program will consist primarily of contributed papers. The program committee will be co-chaired by Timothy Kehoe of the University of Minnesota and Antonio Merlo of the University of Pennsylvania.

Prospective contributors are invited to submit titles and abstracts of their papers before April 28, 2006. All abstracts are required to be submitted electronically as plain text at the conference website: http://www.econometricsociety.org/conference/NAWM2007.

At least one co-author must be a member of the Society or must join prior to submission.  This can be done at www.econometricsociety.org.

Submitted abstracts should not be over 300 words in length. Each person may submit only one paper, or be a co-author on multiple submissions provided that if all such papers were accepted, no person would present more than one paper. Abstracts should represent original manuscripts not previously presented to any Econometric Society regional meeting or submitted to other professional organizations for presentation at these same meetings. The following information should also be provided electronically at the time of submission: the authors' names, affiliations, complete addresses, telephone and fax numbers; both the email addresses and web sites (if any) of the submitters; the JEL primary field name and number; and the paper title.

Program Committee  

Timothy J. Kehoe, University of Minnesota, Co-chair

Antonio Merlo, University of Pennsylvania, Co-chair

Caroline M. Betts, University of Southern California, international trade, international finance

Russell W. Cooper, University of Texas at Austin, applied macroeconomics, public economics

Robert C. Feenstra, University of California Davis, international trade

Andrew Foster, Brown University, economic development, environmental economics

Philip Haile, Yale University, industrial organization, applied econometrics

Thomas J. Holmes, University of Minnesota, industrial organization, urban economics

Patrick J. Kehoe, University of Minnesota, international macroeconomics

Yuichi Kitamura, Yale University, econometrics

Nobu Kiyotaki, Princeton University, monetary economics

Robert E. Lucas, Jr., University of Chicago, macroeconomics

Erzo G. J. Luttmer, University of Minnesota, finance, time series econometrics

George J. Mailath, University of Pennsylvania, game theory, economic theory

Ellen R. McGrattan, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, macroeconomics, applied general equilibrium

Enrique G. Mendoza, University of Maryland, international macroeconomics, international finance

Stephen Morris, Princeton University, game theory, finance

Thomas R. Palfrey, Princeton University, political economy, experimental economics

Fabrizio Perri, New York University, international macroeconomics, general equilibrium theory

José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, University of Pennsylvania, macroeconomics, population economics

Jean-Marc Robin, Université de Paris I and University College London, labor economics, applied econometrics

Richard Rogerson, Arizona State University, macroeconomics, labor economics

John Rust, University of Maryland, applied microeconomics

Petra Todd, University of Pennsylvania, labor economics, development economics    


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