The Society of Economic Measurement’s (SEM) 2019 conference will be held at Goethe University in Frankfurt with cosponsorship by the European Central Bank (ECB) on August 16-18, 2019.
The Call for Papers deadline for submissions is April 1, 2019.
- Richard Blundell, University College London
- Erwin Diewert, University of British Columbia
- Arthur Lewbel, Boston College
- Helmut Lütkepohl, Free University of Berlin
- Kjetil Storesletten, University of Oslo
- Apostolos Serletis, University of Calgary, Presidential Address
Local Organizing Committee:
- Michael Kosfeld, Goethe University Frankfurt (Chair)
- Ester Faia, Goethe University Frankfurt
- Francis Gross, European Central Bank
- Florian Hett, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
- Loriana Pelizzon, Goethe University Frankfurt
- Stephen Spear, Carnegie Mellon University
- Apostolos Serletis, University of Calgary
Conference Maker is now ready to accept submissions. You can find the Conference Maker site for the Frankfurt conference here:
The deadline for submission of invited and contributed papers is April 1 (no extension), with decisions to be announced by May 1.
Invited Sessions: If you are organizer of an invited session, the information on the four papers invited for your session must be entered into Conference Maker before the April 1 deadline. There are three ways you can do that:
(a) You can enter the information about the four speakers and their papers into Conference Maker yourself.
(b) You can have your four authors enter the information into Conference Maker themselves.
(c) You can provide the information by email to Kristin Scheyer and request her to enter it into Conference Maker for you. Kristen’s email address is: SEMconferences@outlook.com
Contributed Sessions: If you would like to submit a contributed paper, please submit to Conference Maker and choose a Contributed Session Organizer whose area of expertise is a good match for the topic of your paper.
With best wishes to the new SEM President – Apostolos Serletis – and congratulations to William A. Barnett for his leadership in founding the SEM and serving as the Society’s first President.