One of the CESifo Group’s main activities is the organisation of academic conferences and events. The Ifo Institute holds the largest number of annual conferences in economics in Germany.
The conferences hosted by CESifo GmbH can be divided into two categories: annual area conferences relating to the individual areas of the CESifo Research Network, and conferences initiated and supported by network members that deal with topical issues in the field of economic research. These events include the CESifo Venice Summer Institute. The Ifo Institute and Ifo Dresden also organise annual workshops for junior economists.
- 27.11.2015, 01:00 PM - 28.11.2015, 02:30 PM
- CESifo Conference
- Ifo Institute, Dresden Branch, Einsteinstraße 3, 01069 Dresden
CESifo, the Center of Public Economics at TU Dresden and the Ifo Institute for Economic Research Dresden will jointly organize a workshop on Political Economy. In the tradition of the previous workshops, the conference will take place in Saxony´s capital Dresden. The two-day workshop will serve as a forum to present current research results in political economy and will give researchers the opportunity to network. The keynote speakers will be Geoffrey Brennan (UNC-Chapel Hill & Duke University) and Kai Konrad (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance). Details
5. Energiepolitischer Workshop "Im Lichte der COP – Wirksamkeit internationaler und nationaler Klimapolitik“
- 30.11.2015, 10:00 AM - 05:15 PM
- Ifo Workshop
- Ifo Institute, Poschingerstr. 5, 81679 Munich
- 04.12.2015, 09:00 AM - 05.12.2015, 04:00 PM
- Ifo Conference
- CESifo Conference Centre, Poschingerstr. 5, 81679 Munich
On December 04-05, 2015, the Business Cycle Analysis and Survey Department of Ifo in association with Rüdiger Bachmann (University of Notre Dame) and Eric Sims (University of Notre Dame) will organize a conference in Munich on “Macroeconomics and Survey Data”. The conference is intended to discuss ongoing research on survey and micro data and its role and usage in macroeconomics. Papers, theoretical, empirical and policy oriented, are actively solicited on issues like (the list below is not exhaustive): methodology of business surveys; uncertainty modelling, survey data and the business cycle, transmission of cyclical fluctuations, forecasting performance of survey data in business-cycle research, usage of micro-data in macroeconomics. Details