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CESifo Venice Summer Institute in European Studies


The CESifo Venice Summer Institute, held every year in July, focuses on themes of current interest in European and global economic policy. The Institute brings together international economists working on economic policy topics for workshops, panel meetings and discussion. The conference venue is Venice International University on San Servolo, a tiny island across the water from San Marco in the bay of Venice.

CESifo's twelfth Venice Summer Institute will be held from 18 to 23 July 2011, with six workshops dealing with the following topics:

Online submission for the CESifo Venice Summer Institute is now open

  • China and the Global Economy Post Crisis

    Organisers: John Whalley and Peter Egger
    Keynote Speaker: Mary E. Lovely, Syracuse University
    Date: 18 - 19 July
    See call for papers
    Submit a paper
  • Globalisation, Trade, FDI and the Multinational Firm

    Organisers: Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Steven Brakman, Hans van Ees and Harry Garretsen
    Keynote Speakers: Alan Rugman, University of Reading
    Gianmarco Ottaviano, Bocconi University
    Bruce Blonigen, University of Oregon
    Date: 18 - 19 July
    See call for papers
    Submit a paper
  • Malnutrition in South Asia

    Organiser: Rohini Pande
    Date: 20 - 21 July
    By invitation only
  • The Economics of Conflict - Theory and Policy Lessons

    Organisers: Karl Wärneryd
    Keynote Speakers: Paul Collier, University of Oxford
    Kai Konrad, Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance
    Date: 20 - 21 July
    See call for papers
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  • Global Interdependence, Decoupling, and Recoupling

    Organisers: Yin-Wong Cheung and Frank Westermann
    Keynote Speakers: Michael P. Dooley, UC Santa Cruz
    Linda Goldberg, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
    Date: 22 - 23 July
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  • Lessons from the Economics of Crime: What Works in Reducing Offending?

    Organisers: Philip Cook, Stephen Machin, Olivier Marie and Giovanni Mastrobuoni
    Keynote Speakers: Jens Ludwig, University of Chicago
    Stephen Machin, University College London
    John Donohue, Stanford Law School
    Date: 22 - 23 July
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