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CEP Annual Conference 2010


Monday 10 May 2010 18:00 - 20:00

Venue to be Confirmed,

CEP Annual Conference 2010 @ Park Inn Hotel, Brighton

Date: Monday 10th - Tuesday11th May 2009

Venue: Park Inn Brighton, Lansdowne Place, Brighton BN3 1HQ.
Telephone: 01273 736 266

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN EVENT FOR CEP STAFF AND STUDENTS ONLY

PROGRAMME (PDF) - please note we won't be bringing copies of papers to the conference this year. Please download and print any papers you are interested in when as they become available.

MAP - to walk to the hotel from the station, the simplest route is to head straight down Queen's Road and West Street to the seafront and turn right onto King's Road. Head west along the seafront and turn right onto Lansdowne Place. Taxis leave from outside the station and take 5-10 minutes to get to hotel.

NOTES FOR SPEAKERS:

  • Programme Directors are allocated 10 minutes at the start of their session to make a brief introduction – you are also responsible for keeping your session running to time as best you can.
  • Speakers are allocated a maximum of 25 minutes to present their paper, therefore please make your presentations clear and succinct.
  • Guest presenters are allocated 30 minutes to repsent followed by an additional 5 minutes for discussion.

There are 5 minutes after each paper for discussion. Time is very tight in the programme and any overruns will be made up for from break times.


TRAVEL

The conference begins at 11.15am on Monday and finishes at 16.00 on Tuesday

If you are driving to the conference, there is limited parking at the hotel at the cost of around £15 per day, just let reception know when you arrive so they can book you in as it is not possible to book a space in advance.

GROUP TRAIN TRAVEL

Outbound train – leaves Victoria Station at 09.06am
Return train - leaves Brighton Station at 16.49

Please aim to be at the station in plenty of time. I'm afraid if you miss your train, you will have to buy ticket another at your own expense. I won't be travelling with the group so you MUST pick up your ticket in advance. I have left tickets in CEP pigeon-holes - if you can't make it to CEP to collect the tickets, please nominate someone else to collect for you.

If you are travelling separately from the group, train times to/from London Bridge and London Victoria can be downloaded from this PDF


MEALS & ACCOMMODATION

All meals will be provided, and there will be a group dinner in the hotel restaurant on Monday evening at 8.00pm. Menu as follows:

Starter
-Warm goat cheese tart with honey dressing (v)
Main
-Grilled breast of chicken, potato puree, glazed root vegetables with fine beans and fresh herb cream sauce
-Penne pasta with wild mushrooms, truffle oil and parmesan shavings (v)
Dessert
-Apple tart with cinnamon ice cream


PAPERS

Brian Bell: Bankers' pay and extreme wage inequality in the UK

Henry Overman: The evolution of area wage disparities in Britain

Ferdinand Rauch: Trade as an engine of creative destruction

Giuseppe Berlingieri: Variety growth, welfare gains and the fall of the iron curtain

Alan Manning: Wage Volatility: Baby, Bathwater or Dishwater.

Ralf Martin: Productivity spreads, market power spreads and trade

Luis Garicano: Bounded rationality and organization

Stephan Seiler: The effect of patient choice - evidence from recent NHS reforms

Ethan Ilzetzki: How big (small?) are fiscal multipliers?

Albrecht Ritschl: Depression econometrics - a FAVAR model of monetary policy during the Great Depression

Monique Ebell: The labor wedge - mountains and mesetas

Victor Lavy: What makes an effective teacher? Quasi-experimental evidence

Yona Rubenstein: "Be Heedful the Children of the Poor for From Them Torah Goeth Forth": The Returns to Schooling and Family Income

Olmo Silva: Neighbourhood quality and educational achievement

Richard Layard: Altruism and the economic system

Amy Challen: Building resilience and preventing depression amongst English schoolchildren

 

 

This event will take place in Venue to be Confirmed, .