IAAE Annual Conference 2023

Welcome to the 9th Annual Conference of the International Association for Applied Econometrics (IAAE). The conference is organised and will be hosted by the BI Norwegian Business School at its premises in Oslo from 27 June – 30 June, 2023.

Registration opens 19 April via Conferencemaker. Please note that presenters must register by May 15 at the latest; your place in the program will only be confirmed if we receive your registration before this date. Early bird registration at a discount rate will close by April 30. A draft conference program is available here.

The conference Program Chairs are Monica Costa-Dias (University of Bristol) and Michael McCracken (Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis). Confirmed keynote speakers so far are Tim Bollerslev (IAAE lecture, Duke University), Lars Peter Hansen (JAE lecture, University of Chicago), Hilde Bjornland (BI Norwegian Business School), Todd Clark (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland), Ana Maria Herrera (University of Kentucky) and Magne Mogstad (University of Chicago).

The deadline for submitting papers is February 15. All papers are to be submitted via Conference Maker here.

The mission of the IAAE is to advance knowledge of econometrics, as well as its application in economics. The annual conference brings together leading researchers in the field to discuss and debate all aspects of econometrics, covering both its theoretical development and applied uses.

The BI Norwegian Business School is an independent, not-for-profit foundation and the main provider of research-based knowledge on business, economics and management disciplines in Norway. Since its establishment in 1943, BI has grown to become Europe’s second largest business school with around 20,000 students and 900 employees. In addition to Campus Oslo in Nydalen, BI has regional campuses in Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger. The Bi Norwegian Business School is looking forward to welcoming researchers in applied econometrics from all over the world, and to providing the platform for academic debate, discussion and feedback.