Keynote: Trends in Econometrics

18 11 2011

Image of red starSpeaker: David Hendry, University of Oxford

Full title: Current & Future Trends in Econometrics

Image of David HendryTo watch Prof. Hendry’s keynote lecture, click on the “play” button below.

A virtual issue of journal articles has been released to coincide with Prof. Hendry’s keynote; the virtual issue on econometrics is available now.

We are also publishing two invited commentaries in response to the keynote, by Neil Ericsson, Federal Reserve, and Katarina Juselius, University of Copenhagen. Read the rest of this entry »





Keynote: Trends in Meta-Analysis

17 11 2011

Image of red starSpeaker: Tom Stanley, Hendrix College

Full title: Current & Future Trends in Meta-Analysis

Image of Tom Stanley

You can watch Prof. Stanley’s keynote now below.

Alongside this keynote lecture, we are also releasing a virtual issue of journal articles on the subject of meta-analysis. You can access the free papers on meta-analysis here. One more virtual issue will be published on Friday.

We are also very pleased to be publishing an invited commentary that responds to Prof. Stanley’s keynote, by Randall S. Rosenberger, Oregon State University, USA. Take a look at the commentary for an initial response to the keynote. Read the rest of this entry »





Keynote: Laboratory Experiments

16 11 2011

Image of red starSpeaker: Charles Noussair, Tilburg University

Full title: Trends in Academic Publishing in Experimental Economics

Image of Charles NoussairYou can watch Prof. Noussair’s keynote now below.

Alongside this keynote lecture, we are also releasing a virtual issue of journal articles on the subject of experimental economics. You can access the free papers on experimental economics here. Two more virtual issues will be published, one each on Thursday and on Friday.

We are also very pleased to be publishing two invited commentaries that respond to Prof. Noussair’s keynote, by Ananish Chaudhuri, The University of Auckland, and Nick Feltovich, University of Aberdeen. Take a look at their commentaries for an initial response to the keynote. Read the rest of this entry »