ISNE (Irish Society of New Economists) conference at NUI Galway

Aug 19 2014 Posted: 12:50 IST

The J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics, National University of Ireland, Galway is delighted to host the 11th Irish Society of New Economists Conference from the 4th to 5th of September, 2014. The Irish Society for New Economists was formed to encourage research, information and social links among early career economists in Ireland and Europe.

The conference will feature more than 74 economists from 33 universities and research organizations throughout Ireland, the UK, continental Europe and the United States presenting their research. The topics covered will range from banking, financial markets, and economic growth to health economics, education, employment, crime and energy and marine economics. The research findings will be of considerable importance to assist in addressing public policy issues such as enhancing future regional growth, inequality, unemployment, energy systems and obesity related policy issues. Full details of the conference programme are available on our conference website link included below.

The conference will be opened by Professor Alan Ahearne, Head of Economics, NUI Galway “We are delighted to host the 11th Irish Society of New Economists Conference in Galway this year and look forward to hearing about the exciting research results of so many outstanding new economists from all around the world.”

There will be two distinguished keynote speakers: Professor Ciaran O’Neill (NUI Galway) and Professor John FitzGerald (ESRI). A unique feature of the conference consists of a networking session between some of the sponsors and the presenters. The Local Organizing Committee of this year’s conference in NUI Galway are Michelle Queally, Aine Roddy, Patricia Carney and Aoife Callan.

The conference is sponsored by the IDA, National Treasury Management Agency, McNamara Economic Research, SSIS, Hays Recruitment, Teagasc, Department of Economics at NUI Galway, Whitaker Research Institute at NUI Galway, the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at NUI Galway, the Irish Economic Association, Bluebird Care, AbbiVie, Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service, Allergan, PMCA Economic Consulting.