The Royal Economic Society annual conference 2013 — as described by Professor Richard Blundell, President from 2010 to 2013.Video
The 2014 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society was held at The University of Manchester from Mon 7th April to Wed 9th April 2014. Full details here
Five months after the Royal Economic Society’s 2014 Annual Conference residents of Scotland will vote on the question “Should Scotland be an independent country?” Whatever the outcome, the economic and possibly constitutional arrangements between the nations of the UK are likely to change.
The governing body for European soccer (UEFA) has announced a set of FFP regulations on clubs that wish to qualify for its pan-European competitions (Champions League, Europa League); some individual leagues in the European spectrum have also decided to impose similar regulations on all their clubs.
Videos from last year’s annual conference:
A woman’s decision to work is heavily influenced by her culture, according to recent research by Professor Raquel Fernandez of New York University.
Professor Fernandez was giving the Economic Journal lecture at the Royal Economic Society annual conference in April 2013Video
Every year billions of dollars in aid go to the world’s poorest countries. But does it help these countries to grow out of poverty? The question is as old as foreign aid itself. Here Michael Clemens of the Centre for Global Development presents award-winning research that offers a new way of answering this question.
The research, co-authored with Steven Radelet, Rhikil Bhavnani and Samuel Bazzi, received the 2012 Royal Economic Society Prize for the best non-solicited paper published in The Economic Journal. More details
The award was presented at the Royal Economic Society annual conference in April 2013.Video
The size and location of cities follows a clear pattern — you just need to look at them from far enough away.
Wen-Tai Hsu of the National University of Singapore shows this with the help of economics. This research received the Austin Robinson Memorial Prize at the Royal Economic Society annual conference in April 2013. More detailsVideo
Professor Matthew Jackson of Stanford University explains that social networks are important even in developing countries.
Professor Jackson gave the Hahn lecture at the Royal Economic Society annual conference in April 2013.Video