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Third World Conference EALE - SOLE 2010

The European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) and the Society of Labor Economists (SOLE) are proud to announce their 3rd joint meeting. The event will take place during 17-19 June 2010 at University College London, which is based in the heart of London.

The aim of the conference is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and research results in the field of labour economics. You are invited to submit papers for this conference according to the list of themes below. A scientific committee will evaluate all submitted papers.

Invited lectures:
Adam Smith lecture: John van Reenen
Albert Rees lecture: Rob Shimer
Presidential Address SOLE: Richard Blundell
Presidential Address EALE: Stephen Machin

Local organising committee:
Richard Blundell, Stephen Machin, Christian Dustmann, Jean-Marc Robin, Jeremy Lise, Sami Berlinski, Pedro Carneiro, Uta Schoenberg, Katie Canada, Nirusha Vigi, Emma Tominey, Brendon McConnell.

Scientific programme committee:
Sascha Becker, Michael Burda, Ana Rute Cardoso, Nabanita Datta Gupta, Thomas  Dohmen, Christian Dustmann, Raul Eamets, Tor Eriksson, Peter Fredriksson, Simon Gaechter, Colin Green, Maria Guadalupe, Maia Güell, David Jaeger, Stepan Jurajda, Gabor Kezdi, Melanie Khamis, Francis Kramarz, Maarten Lindeboom, Matthew Lindquist, Jeremy Lise,  Steve Machin, Laurence Rioux, Åsa Rosén, Kjell Salvanes, Alexandra Spitz-Oener,  Christian Thoeni, Ott Toomet, Bas van der Klaauw, Ian Walker, Rudolf Winter-Ebmer

Instructions paper submission
The electronic submission form is now open for your paper contribution and will close after the deadline of January 31st, 2010
at 23:59 Central European time. The link below will lead you automatically through the electronic process of the paper submission. To each paper an abstract must be added. Both your abstract and complete paper can be submitted during the electronic submission process. Only complete (draft) papers will be considered. Please complete all the required fields and enclose your complete paper as one pdf file (no tables, figures, etc. as separate files). You will receive a confirmation e-mail message after your submission has been completed. If you are not receiving this message or you receive an empty message then please contact us at eale-sbe@maastrichtuniversity.nl

SOLE members may submit their papers, by going to the JOLE manuscript submission page at http://www.editorialmanager.com/jole/ and selecting “SOLE 2010” from the “article type” menu. Submissions will be closed on January 31, 2010.

You can either submit through SOLE or EALE but note that no more than one submission by the same author will be considered.

Acceptance decisions will be communicated by the 1st of March 2010. The conference registration site will be open from the 1st of March, 2010 as well. The accepted papers will be made available for downloading from the conference site. Your paper revisions can be uploaded anytime and should be sent to the EALE secretariat before May 1, 2010.

Special conference issue Labour Economics
Authors of an accepted paper for this conference will be invited shortly after the conference to submit their accepted and presented paper again for publication in the annual Conference Volume of the journal Labour Economics. This issue will be edited by David Jaeger.

EALE Young Economist Award
The EALE grants an award of € 500 for an outstanding paper selected by a Scientific Committee, to researchers who have completed their Ph.D. fewer than 3 years before the end of June 2010. Only single-authored papers are eligible for the award. If you meet the eligibility conditions and wish to be considered for the award, please tick the corresponding box on the EALE submission form.

For questions, please contact us at eale-sbe@maastrichtuniversity.nl

Submit paper and abstract here  

List of Themes and JEL-Codes:


Family, Marriage and work (D13, J12, J13, J16)


Labour Market Discrimination (J7, J15, J16, J42)


Retirement (J14, J26)


Program and Policy evaluation (C21, J18, J38)


Labour supply (H2, J21, J22)


Labour demand (J21, J23)


Occupational choice and Intergenerational Mobility (J24, J44, J62)


Education, Training and Human Capital (J24, J31, I2)


Health (I1)


Job and Life Satisfaction (J28)


Wage Inequality and Mobility (J31)


Personnel Economics (J32, J33, M5, M12)


Trade Unions and Bargaining (J5)


Unemployment (J6)


Migration and Regional Labour Markets (F22, J43, J61, R23, R58)


Labour Markets in Transition Economies (P2, P3)


Welfare, Income Distribution and Poverty (D3, I3)


Labour Markets and Crime (K4)


UCL London 17 - 19 June

Artwork by Eddie Farrell, Michael Wedgewood, Corinna Till and Emma Hart (The Slade School of Fine Art)

University College London



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