Econometric Institute International PhD Conference
The PhD conference is part of a series of events taking place at the Econometric Institute in the first week of June 2019. On June 5-6, the Tinbergen Econometrics Lectures are hosted (take a look at previous lectures). This year, the keynote speaker is Serena Ng. On June 7, a workshop is organized on a theme related to the topic of the Tinbergen Lectures.
Submit your paper
Papers should be submitted by Friday, 12 April 2019. High-profile projects that are in an advanced phase are also welcome. The papers will be evaluated by a scientific committee consisting of faculty members of the Econometric Institute.
The presenters should prepare a talk of 40 minutes which will be followed by a 10-15 minutes discussion by invited faculty members specializing in Econometrics, from universities in the Netherlands. Successful applicants are eligible for partial/full funding of transportation costs. Accommodation will be arranged by the Econometric Institute (including the days of the Tinbergen lectures and/or workshop).
Submit your paper below: The registration for submissions is closed.
About the Econometric Institute
The Econometric Institute at Erasmus University Rotterdam has a strong research tradition in econometrics, statistics, data science and operations research. It is the first research institute in the field of econometrics in the world. Jan Tinbergen (first Nobel Prize winner in Economics), and Henri Theil founded the Institute in 1956, and “marked the beginning of undergraduate programmes in econometrics at universities in the Netherlands”. “With the leading role of Rotterdam, universities in Amsterdam, Groningen, Tilburg and Maastricht followed and established their programs in econometrics”, (Journal of Econometrics, Vol:138, Issue:1 (2007), Guest Editorial).
Today, the Econometric Institute offers several Bachelor and Master programmes in econometrics and a substantial number of well-known econometricians have their roots in Rotterdam. The Econometric Institute is part of an active research community within Erasmus School of Economics - one of the largest and most successful economics schools in Europe. The Econometric Institute is also part of the research networks and graduate programmes: Tinbergen Institute and ERIM.