XXIX Edition

June 21-22, 2017

Young Economist Session
XXIX Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar
Tor Vergata Economics Foundation

Getting Globalization Right. Sustainability and “Responsible Nationalism” in the post Brexit Age
June 21 – 22, 2017

In the past editions the seminar has provided an exceptional opportunity for young researchers to discuss the most debated issues in economic research. The upcoming edition of the seminar will focus on “Getting Globalization Right. Sustainability and “Responsible Nationalism” in the post Brexit Age”. The Young Economist Session is open to the contribution of young researchers (applicants currently doing a PhD, Post Doc candidates or researchers having completed a PhD after June 2012) regarding any of the following topics:

1. The Robustness of Globalization Theory. Trade Liberalization and its Benefits

2. Globalization, Inequality and Social Inclusion

3. The United States and the Protectionist option: a New Trade Deal?

4. How Scary is Disruptive Technology? Perspectives on Employment

5. The Upcoming Brexit. Deal and its Consequences

6. Globalization, Employment and Skill Polarization

7. Euro, Dollar and the Risk of Currency Wars

8. Climate Change Policies in trouble?

9. Redesigning US Medcare and European Welfare State?

10. Immigration Crisis: the Short and the Long Run Policy. The role of Demography

11. Fiscal Rules and Public Debt in EU and USA in an Age of Change

12. The Role of Science and Innovation to Foster Sustainable Growth

13. Putting Globalization to work for Democracy. Is the "Responsible Nationalism" the answer?

14. Redistributive Policies or Rewriting the Rules for a Sustainable Growth?

15. Beyond GDP: Wellbeing and Sustainability

Paper Selection:
The scientific committee composed of professors Luisa Corrado, Giovanni Piersanti, and Pasquale Scaramozzino will evaluate all the submitted papers and will select a limited number of them for presentation during the Conference. Among the papers selected for presentation, all the papers will be awarded with a certificate of attendance, that will be presented at the end of the conference.

Deadline for submission: June 8th, 2017.

Instructions to Authors
Papers must be submitted through the website of the Conference only in PDF format including tables and figures. The paper must contain name(s) of author(s) with the name of the paper presenter in capitals, institution of author(s), email address, title of the paper, keywords, JEL classification code and an abstract no more longer than 250 words. Each paper should be no longer than 25 pages.

For any other enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the Organizing Committee at:

Tor Vergata Economic Foundation
c/o University of Rome Tor Vergata
Via Columbia, 2
00133 Rome – Italy
Phone: +39 06 72595533/5520