24 February 2020 - 25 February 2020
The increasing availability of high-quality (administrative) data for economic research has triggered a shift in the way economists approach questions on the impacts of economic policies and led to substantial advances in the methodological toolbox for identifying causal effects of economic policies in all virtually all sub-disciplines of economics. The annual conference of the Austrian Economic Association aims at discussing recent results and new findings on the effects of economic policies putting a specific but not exclusive focus on Austria. Furthermore, the conference also provides a forum for a discussion on how empirical evidence can better and more effectively inform actual economic policy making.
Organized by the Department of Economics at the University of Economics and Business this event will take place from 24-25 February 2020 in Vienna. IIASA researcher Jesus Crespo Cuaresma is one of the organizers at this event. Crespo and Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz are also members of the program committee. Researchers form the World Population will also give presentations at this event.
For more information please see the event website.
Monday, 24th February 2020
Session 1.1: Health Economics and Public Health (9:00am-11:00am)
Health misperception and healthcare utilisation of older Europeans - Sonja Spitzer, Mujaheed Shaikh
Session 1.2: Migration
Keynote Lecture 1 (11:30am-1:00pm)
Chair: Jesus Crespo Cuaresma
Tuesday, 25th February 2020
Session 5.5: Economic Policy Analysis
The impact of introducing a pension sustainability factor on inequality and growth - Miguel Sanchez-Romero, Philip Schuster, Alexia Prskawetz
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Research at the World Population Program
Chen, S., Fang, K., Dhakal, S., Kharrazi, A. , Tong, K., & Ramaswami, A. (2021). Reshaping urban infrastructure for a carbon-neutral and sustainable future. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 174, e105765. 10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105765.
Iakubovskii, D., Krupenev, D., Komendantova, N. , & Boyarkin, D. (2021). A model for power shortage minimization in electric power systems given constraints on controlled sections. Energy Reports 7, 4577-4586. 10.1016/j.egyr.2021.07.022.
Chen, S., Prettner, K., Kuhn, M., & Bloom, D.E. (2021). The economic burden of COVID-19 in the United States: Estimates and projections under an infection-based herd immunity approach. The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 20, e100328. 10.1016/j.jeoa.2021.100328.
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