Applied young economists
The applied young economists webinar, organized by Ashani Amarasinghe (SoDa Laboratories, Monash Business School) and co-hosted by Ivan Yotzov (Warwick University), provides an ideal platform for PhD candidates and Post-Doctoral researchers to connect, interact and engage with each other, while sharing their enthusiasm for the discipline of Economics.
We bring together young economists located in various geographies, conducting empirical research in various fields of Economics, to one virtual location where their high-quality research and ideas can be shared with a broad audience - including faculty members - that extends beyond their home universities.
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Call for papers 2021
The Applied Young Economist Webinar (AYEW), the highly successful virtual platform designed for early-career researchers in Economics, is seeking high-quality empirical research papers for presentation in 2021.
The webinar is open to early-career economists, including PhD candidates and Post-Doctoral Researchers, located across the world. Presentations take place across two major time zones - Australasia/ US West Coast and Europe/US East Coast. In 2020, the AYEW successfully held more than 50 webinars, attracting high-quality research from emerging scholars and a geographically-diverse audience. The AYEW is facilitated by Monash University’s SoDa Laboratories and the Monash Warwick Alliance. More information on the AYEW, including the past schedule, can be found below.
Preference will be given to empirical papers in the areas of political economy and economic development. We particularly encourage papers using alternative data in all shapes and forms, including satellite imagery, digitised textual sources, internet activity and latency, search terms and trends, social media, news, and more.
All submissions will be subjected to a selection process, and candidates will be notified of the outcome within a few weeks after submission.
If you are a Post-Doctoral Researcher or an advanced PhD Candidate
- located in Australasia, or the North American West Coast time zones, submit your paper by emailing Ashani Amarasinghe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- located in Europe, or the North American East Coast time zones, submit your paper by emailing Ivan Yotzov (I.Yotzov@warwick.ac.uk).
For any other inquiries, contact Ashani (email@example.com).