Conference Fees: Payment at https://editorialexpress.com/conference/AFES2021
Early registration – before April 15, 2021:
Onsite participation: Regular fees: US$250 Students’ fees: US$150
Online participation: Presenters: Regular fees: US$150 Students’ fees: US$100 Non-presenter fees: US$50
Late registration – after April 15, 2021:
Onsite participation: Regular fees: US$300 Students’ fees: US$200
Online participation: Presenters: Regular fees: US$200 Students’ fees: US$150
Non-presenter fees: US$50
The deadline for submissions is February 5, 2021. Papers can only be submitted electronically in pdf format through Conference Maker website on https://editorialexpress.com/conference/AFES2021. At least one of the authors must be a member of the Econometric Society, and all participants must register for the conference. You may join the Society at http://www.econometricsociety.org/.
Prior to the Meeting, the 2021 Africa Summer School in Econometrics (ASSE) will be hosted by ENSEA from May 25, to June 2, 2021. This Summer School will feature the 2021 Marschak lecture that will take place on June 2, 2021 and delivered by Manuel Arellano (CEMFI, Madrid).
The 2021 ASSE includes the following topics: (i) Causal inference and policy evaluation for (Quasi) experimental data and Non-experimental data, (ii) New developments on Panel data analysis methods, (iii) Bootstrap Methods, (iv) Financial Econometrics, (v) Macroeconometrics: Time series.
Confirmed lecturers are (in alphabetical order): Manuel Arellano (CEMFI, Madrid), Matias Cattaneo (Princeton University), Firmin Doko Tchatoka (University of Adelaide), Pascaline Dupas (Stanford University), Christian Gouriéroux (CREST, University of Toronto), and Michael Jansson (University of California, Berkeley).
More information on the Summer School is available at https://www.africaeconometricsociety.com/
will be available to young researchers from Africa who wish to present papers during the conference. The allocation of the grants will be on a competitive basis. The grants will partially cover travel and accommodation expenses for onsite participants. Applications for grants should be sent to email@example.com by March 5, 2021 and should be accompanied by the applicant’s CV. Selected applicants will be informed by March 15, 2021.
Prosper Dovonon (Concordia University) and Ismael Mourifié (University of Toronto)
Local Organizing Committee:
Hugues Kouadio (ENSEA), Lewis Landry Gakpa (ENSEA), and Fe Doukoure (ENSEA).
- Atsu Amegashie (University of Guelph) Illenin Kondo (University of Notre Dame)
Yves Atchadé (Boston University) Romuald Méango (Max-Planck Institute)
Hafedh Bouakez (HEC, Montreal) Césaire Meh (Bank of Canada)
Louphou Coulibaly (University of Pittsburgh) Abdoulaye Ndiaye (New York University)
Habiba Djebbari (Aix-Marseille University) Pierre Nguimkeu (Georgia State Univ.)
Antoine Djogbenou (York University) Dozie Okoye (Dalhousie University)
Bruno Feunou (Bank of Canada) Sophie Osotimehin (UQAM)
Robert Garlick (Duke University) Roland Pongou (University of Ottawa)
Dalia Ghanem (University of California, Davis) Modibo Sidibé (Duke University)
Ian Heffernan (African School of Economics) Issouf Soumaré (Université Laval)
Désiré Kanga (Ensea, Abidjan) Abderrahim Taamouti (Durham Univ.)
Désiré Kédagni (Iowa State University) Roméo Tédongap (ESSEC, Paris)
Steve Koch (University of Pretoria) Georges Tsafack (Univ. of Rhode Island)
Marlene Koffi (University of Toronto