XXVIII Edition

June 23-24, 2016


During the past twenty-seven years, the Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar has provided an important opportunity to meet and discuss the most current topics in economic research. The quality of the Scientific contributions and ensuing debates has consistently been outstanding owing to the participation of leading experts.
A selection of contributions will be published by Springer.

 

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Registration Fees Conference include:
Access to plenary and parallel sessions; the conference material and the overall organization; coffee breaks; - lunch breaks.
The conference registration fees are as follows: € 200 per person, PhD Students
€ 50 per person.

Please attach a copy of a valid student id-card.

Tor Vergata's students (undergraduated, post-graduated and PhDs) can partecipate for free

To registrer to the Conference, please fill this form by pressing here

 

 

 

For any other inquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the Organizing Committee at:
mondragone@economia.uniroma2.it

Tor Vergata Economics Foundation
c/o University of Rome Tor Vergata
Faculty of Economics
Via Columbia, 2
00133 Rome – Italy
Tel: +39 0672595533
www.fondazionetorvergataeconomia.it

Paper Submission Deadline: April 30th, 2016

Conference Registration Deadline: June 15th, 2016

 

Please submit electronic versions of paper not later than April 30th, 2016 to
vm2016papers@gmail.com

To that purpose we invite the submission of papers in the following fields:

 

1. The Eurozone Crises. The Lackluster Growth and the Stagnation Hypothesis;

2. Rebooting Eurozone, Creating a Common Fiscal Space and Ensuring Euro’s Survival;

3. The Competitiveness Challenge: Deepening and Relaunching Single Market;

4. Unemployment and the Growing Intergenerational Divide;

5. Mitigating Cyclical Unemployment: An Unemployment Insurance Scheme?;

6. Inequality and Social Inclusion: less Inequality versus more Growth;

7. Redesigning European Welfare State?;

8. Immigration Crisis: the Short and the Long Run Policy. The role of EU Demography;

9. The Economics of Brexit Risk. The Economic Consequences of Britain Leaving the EU;

10. The North/South, East/West EU Growth’s Divergence;

11. EU Capital Market Union and Sustainability;

12. EU Fiscal Rules and Public Debt Sustainability;

13. The Role of Science and Innovation to Foster Sustainable Growth;

14. The Cop21: Toward a Workable Climate Regime;

15. Better Climate, Better Growth: Seizing the Opportunity for Sustainability.