Contributions in various domains of applied and theoretical economics are welcome, as well as quantitative social psychology and political sciences. Possible topics include the following ideas related to shocks and events (but are not restricted to them, and more general research on wellbeing, behaviors, markets and policies are welcome):
Submission guideline: A full paper or an abstract must be sent before February 28, 2023 to email@example.com (the name of the pdf file should begin with the corresponding author’s last name). We also encourage submission of complete sessions (3 or 4 papers): all papers or abstracts of the session must be sent in one email and with indication of the name of the corresponding chairperson.
Download the call for paper – WAP2023.
Alpaslan Akay (Gothenburg Univ.), Olivier Bargain (Bordeaux School of Economics), Tanguy Bernard (Bordeaux School of Economics), Isabelle Chort (UPPA), Andrew Clark (Paris School of Economics), Mathieu Couttenier (ENS Lyon), Olivier Donni (Cergy-Pontoise Univ.), Koen Decancq (Antwerp Univ.), Marc Fleurbaey (Paris School of Economics), Elise Huillery (Dauphine Univ.), Xavier H. Jara (London School of Economics), Clément Joubert (World Bank), Florence Jusot (Dauphine Univ.), Patricia Justino (UNU-WIDER), François Maniquet (UCLouvain), Michał Myck (CenEA, Szczecin), Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics), Erik Schokkaert (Leuven Univ.), Claudia Senik (Paris School of Economics), Sandy Tubeuf (UCLouvain), Frederic Vermeulen (Leuven Univ.), Jérôme Wittwer (Bordeaux Univ.), Roberta Ziparo (Aix-Marseille Univ.).