The Società Italiana di Economia Pubblica (SIEP), together with the AIEL, CHILD and CSEF, announces the twelfth edition of the prize in memory of Maria Concetta Chiuri.
The prize will be awarded during the XXXIV SIEP Annual Meeting, to be held at the University of L’Aquila on 15 and 16 September 2022.
The call is available at the following link:...
The AIEL-Italian Association of Labour Economics and the PhD in Economics and Political Economy of the University of Genoa announce a two-day workshop on Labour Market Institutions that will take place on the 26th and 27th May 2022. The workshop will bring together leading international speakers working on the topics of labour market institutions with researchers interested in the topic and young scholars. With this aim, there will be a special poster session for PhD students. Prize for Best Poster of 500 Euros will be awarded. The selection will be made by the members of the Scientific Committee. The winner will be announced on the second day, before closing the workshop.
Bijorn Brugemann (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Claudio Lucifora (Università Cattolica di Milano)
Pedro Martins (Nova School of Business and Economics)
Giovanni Pica (Università della Svizzera Italiana)
Alexandra Spitz-Oener (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Bruno Van der Linden (UCLouvain)
Jan Van Ours (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
The Italian Association of Labor Economics (AIEL) was established in 1985 by a group of academics, the Profs. Carlo Dell''Aringa, Renato Brunetta, Marina Schenkel, Paolo Garonna, Enrico Pugliese, Paola Villa, Fabio Neri. The Statutory Board of Directors included them all, together with the Profs. Sebastiano Brusco and Michele Salvati. The Board of Auditors comprised the Profs. Luigi Frey, Gino Faustini and Pier Angelo Mori. Prof. Carlo Dell'Aringa was the first president.
AIEL is a non-profit Association open to all the lecturers, research fellows and scholars interested in Labor Economics. It has the aim of promoting the activities of study, teaching and theoretical and applied research in Labor Economics. The Association pursues these objectives driving the knowledge and discussion among its members and scholars of linked subjects, stimulating researches, disseminating the results and encouraging the publication of scie...
To join AIEL you need to register and pay the membership fee of 55 euros which covers one calendar year. In order to attend the annual AIEL conference, it is necessary to become member.
Payments must be made through bank transfer to the following account:
Bank account n.: 3976499
In name of: Associazione Italiana Economisti del Lavoro
Bank: UniCredit Banca - Agenzia di Novara (Cavour)
IBAN: IT 28 G 02008 10100 000003976499
Bank account n.: 3976499
The AIEL membership includes:
a) a personal profile on the AIEL website
b) participation to the AIEL Annual Meeting (members need to be up to date with the last two years' payments)
c) receiving the volumes published with Springer-Verlag in the special “AIEL series” (which are usually...