Tuesday Oct. 18th 4pm E-530 Dealy Please join us as Yale Professor Michael Peters examines the development impacts of one of the 20th Century’s largest population transfers. A preliminary draft of this paper is available here. After WWII more than 8 million Germans were were transferred to Western Germany from the Eastern provinces. Data from the 1960s and 70s shows that East German refugees experienced substantial reallocation into unskilled occupations. This illustrates how firms respond to large changes in labor supply. “In the short-run, falling wages induce firms to substitute towards the abundant factor. In the long-run however, firms’ labor demand will depend on their technological adoption decisions. If firms’ technological choices are affected by the labor supply they face, labor supply shifts will induce movements in aggregate labor demand… this reasoning is at the heart of the literature on endogenous technological bias (Acemoglu, 2007).” This paper exploits a large labor supply shock to test for this sort of endogenous technological change…
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Ernst & Young Americas, NYC office is looking for resumes from well rounded Fordham graduate level students who are keen to work in international transfer pricing at EY.
How to Apply:
Send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org before this Thursday. (Oct 13th) 9 AM ET
Transfer pricing falls under international tax services – we model, document and defend international tax structures and practices for the inter-company transactions of large multinationals. This includes transfer pricing planning and documentation, IP modeling, and tax controversy services. For more information please see:http://www.ey.com/us/en/services/tax/transfer-pricing-and-operating-model-effectiveness
A good candidate will have a good work ethic, excellent writing skills, an understanding of economics (perhaps finance) and a willingness to work on international projects that require multidisciplinary thinking.
Students with a background in law/tech/pharma/tax/retail consumer goods/accounting are also encouraged to send resumes – no previous experience in transfer pricing is required. International and American students are encouraged to apply for this competitive position.
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CES invites both members and non-members to submit papers and/or to propose organized sessions at the 2017 North America Conference.This conference also encourages student participation by offering the best paper award and valuable opportunities for students to network with experienced scholars.
All fields of specialization within Economics will be considered, but papers focusing on the Chinese economy will be given preference. The abstract submission deadline is December 15, 2016.
INDIVIDUAL PRESENTERS Persons interested in presenting a paper at the conference are asked to submit abstract of no more than 400 words with title, author name(s), JEL code(s), and keywords via the CES website
About the Conference:
Call for Papers of the CES North America Conference, to be held at the University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL, US) during March 10-11, 2017. The conference provides one of the biggest venue in North America to promote exchanges of academic ideas related to the Chinese Economy. The CES holds two conferences annually, one in March (North America) and one in June (China). In the past few years, the conferences have attracted researchers and participants from more than 100 institutional all over the world to present their works.
The local host for the conference is the University of Alabama, and the conference is co-hosted by Henan University. The theme of the conference is “New Normal of the Chinese Economy: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Implications”. The conference includes invited keynote speakers, round table forums, and parallel sessions. Arrival and registration of participants will start in the afternoon of March 9. All speeches and sessions will be held on March 10 and 11. Confirmed keynote speakers include:
- Professor Kevin HUANG of Vanderbilt University
- Professor Yiping HUANG of Peking University
- Professor Yang YAO of Peking University
This conference will promote exchanges of academic ideas related to the Chinese economy in a North American venue. It also provides professional opportunities for Ph.D. candidates in North America who do China-related research and/or are interested in China-based employments. This conference will offer a focus-group panel session and other extended activities for these candidates. We encourage Chinese universities to recruit at the conference for new faculty and pursue visiting opportunities in North America for their faculty members.
You will be notified by e-mail by December 31, 2016, as to whether your paper has been accepted for presentation. ORGANIZED SESSIONS If you would like to organize one or more sessions on a specific topic and have speakers/presenters lined up, please submit your proposal to Professor Jun MA, CES President, for approval at email@example.com by November 30th, 2016. Each organized session should consist of 4 individual papers. Proposal should contain a tentative name of the session, titles of papers along with their abstracts, as well as names of session presenters and discussants with their e-mails. Please note that papers included in a session must still go through the regular paper submission process through the CES website to be included into the program. Please make reference in the “Comments” section of the form to the organized session (e.g. “This paper is part of a session on urbanization organized by Prof. Wang”).
The submission deadline of individual papers in proposed organized sessions is also December 15th, 2016. Important Dates
- November 30, 2016 Organized session proposal submission deadline (submit proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- December 15, 2016 Abstract submission deadline for both individual presenters and presenters of proposed organized sessions (submit via the CES website at http://chinaces.org/Conferences/ConferenceDefault.aspx?ID=45)
- December 31, 2016 Notification of decision GREGORY CHOW BEST PAPER AWARD We will select an outstanding paper presented at the 2017 CES North America conference by a junior scholar for the Gregory Chow Best Paper Award. To be eligible for consideration for this prestigious award, the primary author of the paper must be a graduate student or a junior scholar who received his/her PhD within the last five years (no earlier than May 2012). The award winner will receive a certificate and a US $1,000 prize. Persons interested in being considered for the award must provide information confirming eligibility at the time of submission. Graduate students’ electronic submissions should be followed up by a letter on official university stationary from a professor certifying that the submitter is a graduate student in good standing. An electronic version of this letter should be emailed by the professor to the CES President Jun Ma at email@example.com by February 12, 2017.
The CES plans to select a group of high quality papers presented at the conference for special issues at journals such as China Economic Review. Papers submitted for consideration of the special issue still need to go through regular review process of the CER. Details about these publication opportunities will be provided later.
All presenters and conference attendees must register for the Conference. Registration should be made online through the conference page at www.china-ces.org under “Conferences”.
You may wait to register until you find out whether your paper is accepted. Please note that registration fees are non-refundable.
You can join the CES and become a member here: http://www.chinaces.org/AboutCES/Default.aspx?title=Join%20CES.
- Regular membership is $40 per year while student membership is $15 per year.
Registration Fee Schedule Before or on Jan. 25th, 2017 After Jan. 25th, 2017
- Regular CES member US $80 US $120
- Non-CES member US $125 US $180
- Student CES member US $40 US $120
- Student Non-CES member US $60 US $180
CONTACT INFORMATION Inquiries should be sent to:
- for academic matters: Dr. Jun MA at firstname.lastname@example.org
- for general inquiries: Dr. Zijun LUO at CES2017NA@gmail.com or email@example.com