Young Economists' Meeting in Brno
June 10-11, 2019

YEM 2019

The Young Economists' Meeting in Brno takes place on June 10-11, 2019. Join us for a friendly research conference, come to discuss your work with Ph.D. students, postdocs, and senior researchers. Extend your visit and explore Brno, as a trending urban destination. 

We invite submissions of papers and extended abstracts on applied empirical topics, labor economics, experimental economics and behavioral theory. Submission deadline is March 22, 2019. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by email no later than April 12. 

Prize: Young economists below the age of 35 may submit their papers for the Best Paper Award (prize EUR 200).

Expenses: There is no registration fee for speakers or participants. Dinner and refreshments on both days will be provided for participants. Conference participants are expected to cover all other associated costs, such as travel and accommodation.

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Keynote speakers

Eyal Winter

Eyal Winter is the Andrews and Elizabeth Brunner Professor of Economics at Lancaster University and the Silverzweig Professor of Economics at the Center of the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University, specializing in Game Theory, Behavioral Economics, Decision Making. He was awarded the Humboldt Prize for excellence in research in 2011. He is an elected council member of the International Game Theory Society, and an elected fellow of the Economic Theory Society. He held senior positions at Washington University, the University of Manchester and the European University Institute, and was invited to present his research works at numerous universities.

Keynote Lecture Title: "Feeling Smart: Why our Emotions are More Rational Than We Think"

Catia Nicodemo is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Health Service Economics & Organisation, Department of Economics, University of Oxford. She works on research projects related to health economics, immigration, and work-related health risk.

Keynote Lecture Title: "Migration, Health, and Well-Being"


Local organizers are Martin Guzi, Miloš Fišar, Ondřej Krčál Tommaso ReggianiRosťa Staněk, and Katarína Čellárová


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