This is the last post from the conference team. We hope you’ve enjoyed the conference and found the keynotes, papers, commentaries and other materials useful and the discussions stimulating. Thank you for your participation.
If you had trouble viewing any of the videos, we’ve since added audio recordings (alongside the slides), which should be compatible with any computer. This is relevant to Prof. Hendry’s keynote, linked to below, and to Prof. Stanley’s keynote.
The best comment for Day 2 was awarded to Margaret Giles, for her comment on Prof. Viscui’s paper on Value of Statistical Life. Here’s a summary of what else happened on the last day of the conference:
- Keynote – Hendry, Econometrics
- Paper – Harris, Models of Regional Growth
- Workshop Paper – Farvaque & Hakim, What’s an Economics Semiar Worth?
- Workshop – Oxley, Bibliometrics / Rankometrics
- Workshop – Carpenter, Future of Publishing
- Virtual issue – Econometrics
A final and particular thank you to Prof. Les Oxley and Liz Duston of the Journal of Economic Surveys and to Charlotte Stone and Jess Huband of Wiley-Blackwell, who not only made this online conference possible, but ensured it would be such a resounding success.