NZAE Conference 2022: Final call for papers

The New Zealand Association of Economists is announcing the Final Call for Papers for its 62nd Annual Conference.

Please submit an abstract of not more than 250 words of your paper for either an oral presentation or the poster session. Full papers are not required at this stage, but for a  paper to be considered eligible for the Statistics New Zealand, New Zealand Economic Policy, Seamus Hogan, David Teece or Stata prizes, a full paper must be submitted
by Wednesday 6th June.

Abstracts can be submitted here.

You are welcome to submit up to three papers. If we are only able to accept one of the submissions, we will contact you to ask which paper you prefer to present. This limit applies to the number of papers presented by any one person, and not to the number of papers on which he or she is a co-author.

Please see the for 2022 Final Call for Papers notice more information and key dates. 

Please address all conference enquiries to:

John Saunders
NZAE Conference Committee
john.saunders@lincoln.ac.nz 

Shelley Haring
Conference Organiser
shelley@on-cue.co.nz

NZAE Conference 2022: First call for papers

The New Zealand Association of Economists is pleased to announce the First Call for Papers for its 62nd Annual Conference.

Please submit an abstract of not more than 250 words of your paper for either an oral presentation or the poster session. Full papers are not required at this stage, but for a  paper to be considered eligible for the Statistics New Zealand, New Zealand Economic Policy, Seamus Hogan, David Teece or Stata prizes, a full paper must be submitted
by Wednesday 6th June.

Abstracts can be submitted here.

You are welcome to submit up to three papers. If we are only able to accept one of the submissions, we will contact you to ask which paper you prefer to present. This limit applies to the number of papers presented by any one person, and not to the number of papers on which he or she is a co-author.

Please see the 2022 First Call for Papers notice for more information and key dates. 

Please address all conference enquiries to:

John Saunders
NZAE Conference Committee
john.saunders@lincoln.ac.nz 

Shelley Haring
Conference Organiser
shelley@on-cue.co.nz

NZAE Conference 2022: Key dates

The 62nd New Zealand Association of Economists Annual Conference will be held at, and with the generous support of, Victoria University of Wellington on 29 June – 1 July 2022.

Key dates:

  • 21 February – First notice of conference sent out
  • 21 February – Portal for abstract submissions opens
  • 23 March – Final notice of conference sent out
  • 28 March – Conference registration opens
  • 4 April – Abstracts due
  • By 22 April – Notification of acceptances
  • 13 May – Registration deadline for presenters
  • 13 May – Deadline for early-bird registration
  • 6 June – Full papers due for entries to prizes
  • 29 June – Conference day 1
  • 30 June – Conference day 2
  • 1 July – Conference end

Aug 2021 AI (#71) includes obituary of Professor Fraser Jackson

Asymmetric Information Issue No. 71

Contents

  • Editorial
  • In Open Seas. Part I: On the Seashore: (1943-1970) (By Brian Easton)
  • Obituary – Professor Fraser Jackson (By John Yeabsley)
  • The Five-Minute Interview with …Vhari Mcwha Associate Commissioner at the Commerce Commission
  • John Creedy – Citation for NZAE Distinguished Fellow Award
  • Professor John Creedy – Acceptance Speech NZAE Distinguished Fellow Award 2021
  • Congratulations to New Royal Society Fellow: Distinguished Professor Caroline Saunders (by Paul Dalziel)
  • Recipients of Prizes Associated with NZAE Conference 2021
  • A personal reflection on Not in Narrow Seas (by Shamubeel Eaqub, CFA)
  • Delinking the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme from the Kyoto Protocol: Comparing Theory with Practice (by Dominic White)
  • 2B RED
  • BLOGWATCH
  • Research in the Department of Economics and Finance at the University of Canterbury
  • New Members

2021 NZAE Virtual PhD Workshop

This initiative continues the tradition started with the Inaugural NZ Virtual PhD Workshop that was held in Sept 2020, when repeated lockdowns and disruptions to travel persisted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are proud to offer another virtual edition of this PhD workshop, this time to take place in late Oct 2021. We look forward to lots of discussions around research, to high-quality presentations, and to welcoming guest speakers and panellists once more. Please join us for this event and do submit your work for inclusion in the program. We welcome participants interested in all facets of economics, from academia, public and private sectors alike.

This event is endorsed by the New Zealand Association of Economists (NZAE) and the Best Paper and the Best Presentation Prizes are generously sponsored by the NZAE Education Trust (*).

(*) Prizes for the best paper and the best presentation can only be granted to PhD students based in New Zealand.

For further information, please see here.