Reminder: Book Discount

18 11 2011

Image of book coverDelegates will receive a 20% discount code on books available at http://www.wiley.com in the post-conference email. To receive the email (and discount code), please register with the conference, if you haven’t done so already.

Wiley publishes an extensive programme of economics and econometrics books, which you can browse on our economics pages; titles include A Companion to Economic Forecasting, co-edited by today’s keynote lecturer, Prof. David Hendry.





Reminder: Register for Certificate of Attendance

18 11 2011

Image of checked boxIt’s still not too late to register “officially” for the conference, even if you’ve already been taking part in the conference. If you register and take part in next week’s post-conference survey, you will receive an electronic Certificate of Attendance. If you have not yet registered, we encourage you to sign up here.





Reminder: Book Discount

17 11 2011

Book coverRemember, delegates receive a 20% discount code on books available at http://www.wiley.com in the post-conference email. To receive the email (and discount code), please register with the conference, if you haven’t done so already.

For instance, you may be intersted in the Surveys of Recent Research in Economics series, which we publish in association with the Journal of Economic Surveys. Many more titles are available to browse on the Wiley economics pages.





Online economics conference starts this week

14 11 2011

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We are very pleased to announce that the 3-day Wiley Economics Online Conference starts this week – on Wednesday 16 November 2011!

To get the most out of the conference, we encourage you to register and sign up for email alerts, check out the conference programme (PDF), spread the word on facebook and twitter (#joes2011), read the book of abstracts and, if you’re unsure about the commenting feature, take a look at our participants’ guide – we’re awarding a daily “best comment” award throughout the conference.

We hope you’ll be able to join us for the three days. The conference is free, available to all, and can, of course, be accessed at any time of day. Feedback is welcome, so if you do have any questions, please contact us on twitter or leave a comment below.





Out now – conference programme, participants’ guide and book of abstracts

9 11 2011

There’s just over a week to go until the online conference begins next week! In the meantime, we are pleased to release the final version of the conference programme, a participants’ guide and a complete book of abstracts.

Schedule of events buttonCommunications with Economists: Current and Future Trends

16-18 November 2011

You can still register for free on the site, allowing you take advantage of:

If everything’s working, you should be able to see the book of abstracts at the foot of this post (click on “expand” to read and navigate) – if not, you can also find the booklet here.

We’d be very grateful for any feedback – let us know what you think in the comments below – and, if there’s anyone you know who might be intersted but hasn’t signed up yet, please spread the word by sharing via email, twitter (hashtag #joes2011) or facebook (see the handy “share this” buttons below). We have more than 1,500 registered delegates to date, but the more participants, the more engaging we hope the discussions will be.





Thank you for registering!

23 09 2011

More than 1,014 people from 121 countries have already registered for this online conference!  Thank you for registering, and please encourage your colleagues to do the same.





How to register for the conference

16 05 2011

WelcomeRegister for “Communications with Economists” by going to the registration page, where you can quickly sign up to join the conference. Click on the About tab above for more information.

To subscribe to the conference blog and receive notifications of new posts by email, please enter your email address on this page (under the EMAIL SUBSCRIPTION heading to the right).

Follow @WileyEconomics on twitter to keep up with new posts and any other relevant economics news.

Any questions? Contact us on twitter or leave a comment on this post.