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The Austin Robinson Memorial Prize - Royal Economic Society

The Austin Robinson Memorial Prize - Royal Economic Society

2012 a n n u a l c o n f

2012 a n n u a l c o n f e r e n c e John Maynard Keynes John Hicks* James Mirrlees the Faculty of economics at the University of Cambridge The Faculty of Economics at Cambridge has been internationally renowned for teaching and research for over a century. Its three-year undergraduate programme is widely recognised as one of the most advanced and rigorous training grounds in economics for keen young minds across the world. The Faculty also offers a highly valued MPhil course and a successful PhD programme, both of which attract the brightest and best students from around the world. The presence of the Faculty at the forefront of academic research for over 100 years is demonstrated by the fundamental contributions made by members of the Faculty to economic theory, econometrics, applied economics and economic policy. Leaders in economic thought have included Thomas Malthus, Alfred Marshall, AC Pigou and John Maynard Keynes, and, more recently, five Nobel laureates in economics - John Hicks, James Meade, Richard Stone, James Mirrlees and Amartya Sen. * Photograph used with the kind permission of the Warden and Fellows of All Souls College, Oxford James Meade Richard Stone Amartya Sen 6

events 2012 courses Microsimulation | Discrete Choice Modelling | Econometric Estimation of Frontier Functions and Economic Efficiency | Survival Analysis: Modelling Time-to-Event Data | Panel/Longitudinal Data Analysis | Panel Time Series | An Introduction to Programme Evaluation for Decision Makers | Policy Evaluation Methods workshops and symposia 20 April A cemmap workshop: New Developments in the Use of Random Sets in Economics Location: IFS, London Organised by: Adam Rosen (UCL) Speakers include: Arie Beresteanu (Pittsburgh); Larry Epstein (Boston); Hiroaki Kaido (Boston); Toru Kitagawa (UCL); Francesca Molinari (Cornell); Adam Rosen (UCL); Kyoungwon Seo (Northwestern, Kellogg) 12 and 13 November Gorman Lectures 2012 Location: London Organised by: UCL and Princeton University Press and supported by cemmap, IFS and ESRC Speaker: Thomas Sargent (NYU) PEPA cemmap hosts PEPA, a new research node dedicated to Programme Evaluation for Policy Analysis and funded by the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM). This year, cemmap and PEPA are co-organising five training courses and we anticipate many more events to come. To book a place at any of these events please go to booking/index.php?user=PEPA email: 7 An ESRC Research Centre masterclasses 18–19 April Ilya Molchanov (Bern) Random Sets in Economics Location: UCL, London 10–11 May Xiaohong Chen (Yale) Estimation and Inference in Semi-Nonparametric Models Location: UCL, London 10–11 October Susanne Schennach (Brown) Measurement Error: Models, Identification and Inference Location: London 8–9 November Thomas Sargent (NYU) Dynamic Programming Squared Location: London 14–15 June A Workshop on Applied Policy Evaluation, with a Focus on Dynamic Issues and Duration Modelling Location: IFS, London Jointly organised by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), the Swedish Institute for Labour Market Policy Evaluation (IFAU) and the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) Organising committee: Mike Brewer (Essex and Institute for Fiscal Studies); Peter Haan (DIW, Berlin); John Ham (Maryland); Per Johansson (Uppsala and IFAU) 21–22 June Using Multiple-Spell, Multiple-State Event History Models for Policy Evaluation Location: IFS, London Organised by: Mike Brewer (Essex and Institute for Fiscal Studies) Speakers: John Ham (Maryland); Xianghong Li (York, Canada) 27–29 June Control Functions in Policy Evaluation Location: UCL, London Organised by: Richard Blundell (UCL and IFS); Adam Rosen (UCL) Speaker: Jeffrey M. Wooldridge (University Distinguished Professor, Michigan State) For additional events and breaking news see

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