13-16 October 2016
We invite you to join us in Washington D.C. in Autumn of 2016 for our 82nd International Atlantic Economic Conference. This year we will be hosting a special workshop regarding the Consumer Expenditure Survey, so don’t miss out! You can view the Online Program HERE.
Exchange Rate, Capital Flow, and Output: Developed versus Developing Economies, Gil Kim, California State University, Fresno, Lian An, University of North Florida, and Yoonbai Kim, University of Kentucky.
Responding to Capital Flows in a Very Small Economy, Gylfi Zoega, University of Iceland.
The Current Account Version of the Triffin Dilemma , Michael Bordo, Rutgers University, and Robert McCauley, Bank for International Settlements.
A Lego Approach to International Monetary Reform , Robert Z. Aliber,University of Chicago.
The Global 2 % Inflation Standard – How Will it End?, Brendan Brown, Mitsubushi UFJ Securities International PLC
Inflation and the Exchange Rate: The Role of Aggregate Demand Elasticity,
Ben Kyer, Francis Marion University,
and Gary Maggs, St. John Fisher College
Measuring Efficiency in Higher Education: An Empirical Study Using a Bootstrapped Data Envelopment Analysis, Cristian Barra and Roberto Zotti, University of Salerno
Judging is currently underway! The 4 finalists will be notified, if selected, by 25 August 2016. The winner of the competition will be selected at the conference after giving a formal presentation of their research. All finalists will receive a prize of $100, the opportunity to publish a 800 word summary of their work, and a commemorative plaque; while the winner will receive a prize of $500 and the opportunity to publish their full paper in the Atlantic Economic Journal. For submission instructions follow the link….HERE