Call for Papers – CINTIA Workshop - 2019
Call for Papers – CINTIA Workshop on
Expectations and Risks affecting Households and Firms: Microdata Studies
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice -- Department of Economics
24-25 May, 2019
Risk and uncertainty play an important role in economic decisions taken by households and firms. The workshop will provide a platform to discuss empirical and applied works based on micro-data and focusing on topics related to expectations and risks affecting households and firms.
We solicit papers on the following topics, but other related areas may also be considered:
Firms’ expectations, risks and decisions;
Households’ expectations, risks and choices;
Insurance models with applications to microdata;
Risk measures in new micro datasets becoming available and new methods for dealing with them (administrative archives, real time data, etc.);
Intergenerational risks and risk sharing.
The workshop is designed to bring together junior economists to present and discuss their ongoing research on related topics, and to stimulate the interaction between senior and junior economists. and young researchers.
A selection of papers from junior researchers (around the time of PhD completion or holding a PhD after 2015) will be discussed by more senior economists. Also, six junior researcher will be selected for a poster session that will run in parallel with the plenary sessions.
A first keynote lecture will be delivered by Fabiano Schivardi (Luiss University). A second keynote lecture will be announced in due course on the CINTIA website www.cintia-italy.it
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice -- Department of Economics -- San Giobbe
Travel and Accommodation:
Travel and Accommodation will be arranged by the CINTIA organization for the call for paper winners.
A reimbursement will be provided for travel expenses for the authors of the top six papers selected by the Scientific Committee.
M. Arellano (CEMFI), A. Brugiavini (Ca’ Foscari, Venezia) , T. Jappelli (Napoli Federico II), L. Guiso (EIEF), A. Rosolia (Banca d’Italia) , A. Sembenelli (Torino), S. Trucchi (Ca’ Foscari, Venezia), G. Weber (Padova) .