V International Economics Congress: Labor Markets, Public Investment and Quantitative Economy

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Figure 1. Call for Papers.

The International Economics Congress is the main academic event in the economics field in Ecuador. This event is attended by prestigious domestic and international researchers who present work related to predetermined topics. The three first editions of the International Economics Congress were hosted by Escuela Politécnica Nacional in Quito, and the fourth edition was hosted by Universidad de Cuenca in 2016. The fifth edition of the Congress will take place in Guayaquil and will be hosted by the Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Humanísticas (FCSH) at Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL) on July 26-28, 2017. Students, professors, and researchers are invited to submit abstracts, papers, and applications for organizing special sessions. Completed papers will be eligible for publication in the Compendium Journal of the Faculty of Science and Humanities at ESPOL, indexed in Latinindex and Dialnet. In this edition the main focus of the Congress will be devoted to labor markets, public investment, and quantitative economics. Nevertheless, submissions on other topics in economics are welcome. Participants and Presenters will receive certificates.  The V International Congress of Economics will hold keynote addresses, special conferences, parallel sessions and seminars with specific themes.

Keynote Lecture

Cristina Arellano, Ph.D.

Cristina Arellano is a Monetary Advisor with the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota. She also serves as a faculty research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research and is on the editorial boards of the Review of Economic Dynamics and the Journal of Economic Literature. Her research focuses on international macroeconomics, sovereign debt, and financial crises. Cristina received her B.S. in economics from Indiana University and earned a Ph.D. in economics from Duke University. Cristina’s work has appeared in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, the Journal of Monetary Economics, and the Journal of Economic Theory, among others.

Scientific Committee

Gonzalo Sánchez Lima, PhD ESPOL, Ecuador
Mikel Álvarez Mozos, PhD Universidad de Barcelona, Spain
Rafael Burbano Rodriguez, PhD EPN, Ecuador
Paul Carrillo, PhD George Washington University, USA
José Gabriel Castillo, PhD ESPOL, Ecuador
Juan Manuel Domínguez, PhD INIAP-ESPAE, Ecuador
Alexandra M. Espinosa, PhD EPN, Ecuador
Mario Fernández, PhD Auckland Council, New Zealand
Santiago García, PhD Universidad Central Del Ecuador
Leopoldo Gómez Ramírez, PhD Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Manuel González Astudillo, PhD Federal Reserve, USA
Diego Grijalva, PhD USFQ, Ecuador
Pablo Guerrón, PhD Boston College, USA
Priscila Hermida, PhD PUCE, Ecuador
David Jacho, PhD Emory University, USA
Pablo Jiménez, PhD UDLA, Ecuador
Yolanda Jubeto, PhD Universidad del País Vasco, Spain
Jose Luis Lima, PhD Universidad de Chile
Priscilla Massa, PhD UTPL, Ecuador
Rodrigo Mendieta Muñoz, PhD U. Cuenca, Ecuador
Wilson Pérez, PhD Flacso, Ecuador
Samuel Pienknagura, PhD World Bank
Leonardo Sánchez Aragón, PhD ESPOL, Ecuador
Gustavo Solórzano, PhD ESPOL, Ecuador
Fabián Vilema, Msc Universidad de Guayaquil, Ecuador


Contact

Email: economiagye@espol.edu.ec
Web:   http://cie.fcsh.espol.edu.ec/en

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