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Christmas Meeting of German Economists Abroad (GEA)
This two day conference takes place every year right before Christmas
and gives a forum for German Economists to meet each other.
The conference is hosted every year by a different German institution.
December 21.-22, 2016, Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Berlin, local organizer: Christoph Raiser (DIW Berlin), Program
Stephan Heblich (Bristol)
Berthold Herrendorf (ASU)
Theresa Kuchler (NYU)
Ralph Ossa (Chicago)
Carolin Pflueger (UBC)
Holger Sieg (UPenn)
Johannes Stroebel (NYU)
Programs of the last meetings:
December 2015, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, local organizer: Florian Englmaier, Program
December 2014, University of Kiel and Institute for Global Economy, local organizer: Eckhardt Bode, Program
December 2013, University of Konstanz, local organizer: Leo Kaas, Program
December 2012, University of Cologne, local organizer: Felix Bierbrauer, Program
December 2011, European School of Management and Technology in Berlin, local organizer: Paul Heidhues, Program
December 2010, Goethe University in Frankfurt, local organizer: Guido Friebel, Program
December 2009, University of Heidelberg, local organizer: Andreas Roider, Program
December 2008, University of Bonn, local organizer: Urs Schweizer, Program
December 2007, University of Mannheim and ZEW, local organizer: Konrad Stahl, Program
December 2006, University of Munich and CES Ifo, local organizer: Klaus Schmidt, Program
December 2005, Humboldt University in Berlin, local organizer: Harald Uhlig, Program
December 2004, University of Bielefeld, local organizers: Walter Trockel and Ralf Koenig, Program
German Economits Abroad (GEA) was founded in 2004 by Berthold Herrendorf, Walter Trockel & Michèle Tertilt
and established at the inaugural meeting in Bielefeld.
Its goal is to offer a platform for the intellectual exchange
between german economists who work abroad with those who do research in Germany.
Former program committee members are Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim)& Karl Schmedders (University of Zuerich)