2020 Australasian Economic Theory Workshop (AETW)
- Date: Thu, 13, 9:00 am - Fri, 14 Feb 2020, 6:00 pm
- Location: University of Adelaide
- Contact: Duygu Yengin email@example.com
The School of Economics at the University of Adelaide will host the 38th Australasian Economic Theory Workshop (AETW 2020) on the 13th -14th February 2020.
The plenary talks will be given by Hulya Eraslan (Rice University) and Simon Grant (ANU). Looking forward to seeing you at University of Adelaide in February 2020.
- Duygu Yengin (Uni Adelaide, committee chair)
- Virginie Masson (Uni Adelaide)
- Yaping Shan (Uni Adelaide)
- Metin Uyanik (UQ)
- Acelya Altuntas (Deakin)
- Ching-Jen Sun (Deakin)
The Australasian Economic Theory Workshop is an annual conference of Economic Theorists in Australasia that is hosted by a different university in the region each year.
- ETW 2019 University Technology of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
- AETW 2018 Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
- AETW 2017 Auckland University of Technology and the University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
- AETW 2016 Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
- AETW 2015 Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
- AETW 2014 Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
- AETW 2013 University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Call for papers
Submissions of papers in all areas of economic theory are now invited. The deadline for submission is on November 24, 2019. Each person may submit and present only one paper, but may be the co-author of several submissions. Acceptance decisions will be sent by December 10, 2019. Looking forward to seeing you at University of Adelaide in February 2020.
PS: Please note the change of date of submission deadline. To expedite hotel bookings upon acceptance, the deadline is November 24, 2019.
Submission and registration
You can submit a full paper for presentation at the meeting by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions are open until November 24, 2019. Acceptance decisions will be sent by December 10, 2019.
Accepted papers are considered registered. If you are unable to attend, please email email@example.com.
There is no registration fee for the workshop but participants are expected to cover their travel and accommodation costs. Upon acceptance, you will be asked to book your travel and accommodation independently. Please book your hotels and plane tickets quickly upon acceptance. Due to Fringe festival in Adelaide starting on 15-16 February hotels may be crowded. For overseas participants, visa invitation letters will be provided for presenters of accepted papers.
Hülya Eraslan is the Ralph O’Connor Professor of Economics at Rice University. Her research program focuses on bargaining and voting with applications to political economy and corporate finance, both theoretically and empirically.
Simon Grant is the John C. Harsanyi Chair of Economics at the Research School of Economics, ANU. His research interests include modelling boundedly rational decision makers with limited awareness in the presence of uncertainty, and applying these models to economic settings involving strategic interactions and social choice
There is much to see in Adelaide and why not spend the weekend of 14-15 February for visiting wineries, beaches, or Adelaide Fringe Festival.
- Welcome to Adelaide (Lonely Planet)
- Adelaide wineries and cellar doors
- Adelaide beaches
- Adelaide Fringe
- Information and timetables for public transportation
- Local taxis can be ordered at the participant’s own expense by calling: 13 22 11