Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data (CAED) by alextt

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									An International Research Conference
Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data (CAED)
Budapest, Hungary                                                                       May 22-24, 2008

                                        Call for Papers
  CAED invites submissions of extended abstracts and        Paper abstracts should be 400-600 words, including
  sessions for its 8th conference on research using         a description of the data used in the analysis.
  enterprise micro data. Topics of interest include,        Session proposals should be short summaries of the
  but are not limited to, reallocation, productivity,       topic, data, and authors. Submission indicates that
  ICT, R&D, competition, transition, development,           the presenter of an accepted paper will be willing
  labor, adjustment costs, environment, corporate           to serve as a discussant. Preference will be given
  governance, trade, and linked employer-employee           to papers using data from multiple countries and
  analysis. The conference will include keynotes,           to sessions that consider the same topic in different
  plenaries, and parallel and poster sessions.              countries.
  It will be held at the Central European University           Submissions:
  ( in downtown Budapest.                              Deadline: December 15, 2007

  • W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research • Central European University • U.S. Census Bureau
  • Hungarian National Bank • IAB • Hungarian Competition Authority • NORC • OECD

  Registration Fee and Financial Support
  Registration deadline is April 1. The registration fee of €150 (except for members of sponsoring organizations)
  is due April 1, or €250 thereafter, and covers all materials, opening reception, lunches, and Danube River
  dinner cruise. Subject to the availability of funds, financial assistance may be available for graduate
  students and junior researchers. Please write when submitting if you would like to
  apply for support.

         Keynotes and Plenaries
         Tim Bresnahan, Bill Megginson (keynotes); Eric Bartelsman, Stefan Bender, Nick Greenia,
         John Haltiwanger, Ron Jarmin, Francis Kramarz, Seppo Laaksonen, Julia Lane, Felix Ritchie

  Additional information:                                  Questions:

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