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mraddant's picturemraddant said on 03 November 2016
We have the pleasure to announce the second ‘Policy Clinic’ of the FP-7 project

FinMaP

-Financial Distortions and Macroeconomic Performance: Expectations, Constraints and Interaction of Agents -

taking place
Tuesday, 29th of November 2016, Rome

SEE THE ATTACHED PDF

Participation is free of charge but restricted on confirmed registration. If you would like to participate as a
guest, you can register with Maren Brechtefeld until 15 November 2016 via email
brechtefeld@economics.uni-kiel.de. As the room capacity is limited, early registration is recommended.
We will inform you in due time about your acceptance.

mraddant's picturemraddant said on 05 January 2016

Important Dates
Deadline for extended abstracts:       March 20
Notification of acceptance:                 April 15
Deadline for registration:                    May 15
Deadline for final paper:                     May 31
Workshop:                                            June 22-24

For further information, please check the web page of the conference
catedrabde.uji.es/wehia/index.html
or contact the following email address
wehia2016@gmail.com

Hope to see you in Castellón next June.
WEHIA2016 Organizing Committee

mraddant's picturemraddant said on 27 January 2014

The German Network for New Economic Dynamics (http://www.gened.de) brings together a group of economists who work on the development and application of computational models of economic dynamics based on interacting heterogeneous agents.
We invite you to register for the workshop using the form shown below. At the workshop you will be given the opportunity to present and discuss research and research ideas; the event is framed by 3 short lectures.

Topics for contributed talks include, but are not limited to: Financial/economic/social networks; Agent-based Models; Market structure and its Emergence; General Equilibrium Model with Heterogeneous Agents; Policy and Estimation with Agent/Network- based Models.
We also encourage you to contribute to our Ideas-Fair session, where planned research can be presented and discussed with of a diverse audience.

Speakers
Katharina Zweig, TU Kaiserslautern:
Connecting the dots: network analysis and the analysis of complex systems
Michael Neugart, TU Darmstadt:
Policy evaluation in agent-based macroeconomic models
Thomas Lux, CAU Kiel:
Emergence of Core-Periphery Structure in a Simple Dynamic Model of the
Interbank Market

Important Dates
Registration Deadline: 2 March
Notification of Acceptance: 6 March*
Workshop Dates: 28-29 April 2014**
**we suggest scheduling your arrival for Sunday evening, since we will start with invited talks at 10 a.m. on Monday *in the unlikely event of more registrations than room capacity allows, GENED members and early registrations will be given priority

Organizational Details
There is no fee for the workshop. However, participants have to cover the costs for accommodation and travel. The workshop will be held at the Kiel Institute, Hindenburgufer 66, 24105 Kiel. The workshop is organized by Matthias Raddant and Philipp Kolberg, with support from Thomas Lux and the group at the CAU Kiel.