About IPDC

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The aim of the conference is to bring together economists, econometricians, statisticians and social scientists using panel data for their applied and/or theoretical research. We will welcome submissions related to all aspects of panel data, including factor models, dynamic models, non-linear models, models of network formation, spatial models, and applications to forecasting, finance, innovation, productivity, climate changes, health, labour, income inequality, and others. The conference provides an active forum for researchers to discuss their findings from theoretical or empirical viewpoints, seek feedback, exchange ideas for future research and promote active collaboration in all areas of panel data analysis. The International Panel Data Conference started in 1977.

Overview

TitleThe 26th International Panel Data Conference
Date30 June-3 July 2021
ThemeEmpirical and Theoretical Research on Panel Data
VenueUniversity Residential Centre of Bertinoro, Italy
Official LanguageEnglish (no interpretation provided)
Hosted & Organized byUniversity of Bologna
University of Bergamo
University of Ferrara
University Residential Centre of Bertinoro
Centre for Econometric Analysis
Supported byDepartment of Economics, University of Bologna
The Bank of Italy
Seeds – Sustainability, Environmental Economics and Dynamics Studies
Stata
Important Dates

Start Date of Paper SubmissionNovember 15, 2020
Paper Submission DeadlineMarch 15, 2021
Decision Notification DeadlineApril 15, 2021
Early Bird Registration DeadlineMay 15, 2021
Registration DeadlineMay 30, 2021
Preliminary Program AnnouncementEarly June, 2021
Conference Days30 June-3 July 2021

Maria Elena Bontempi

University of Bologna


Roberto Golinelli

University of Bologna


Antonio Musolesi

University of Ferrara


Giovanni Urga

Cass Business School and Bergamo University


Manuel ArellanoCEMFI
Jushan BaiColumbia University
Badi BaltagiSyracuse University
Jorg BreitungUniversity of Cologne
Stephane BonhommeUniversity of Chicago
Maurice BunUniversity of Amsterdam
Felix ChanCurtin University of Technology
Ivan Fernandez-ValBoston University
William GreeneNYU Stern
Jinyong HahnUniversity of California, Los Angeles
Mark N. HarrisCurtin University of Technology
Jerry HausmanMIT
Almas HeshmatiJönköping University
Bo HonorePrinceton University
Cheng HsiaoUniversity of Southern California
Arturas JuodisUniversity of Groningen
Koen JochmansCambridge University
George KapetaniosKing’s College London
Lynda KhalafCarleton University
Yukinobu KitamuraHitotsubashi University
Jan KivietUniversity of Amsterdam
Jaya KrishnakumarUniversity of Geneva
Michael LechnerUniversity of St. Gallen
Esfandiar MaasoumiEmory University
Jacques MairesseCREST-INSEE
Laszlo MatyasCentral European University
Marc NerloveUniversity of Maryland
Hashem PesaranUniversity of Cambridge and University of Southern California
Vasilis SarafidisMonash University
Peter SchmidtMichigan State University
Patrick SevestreUniversity of Aix-Marseille – AMSE
Robin SicklesRice University
Noriyuki TakayamaRIPPA and Hitotsubashi University
Alain TrognonCREST-INSEE
Giovanni UrgaCass Business School and Bergamo University
Marcel-Cristian VoiaLaboratoire d’Économie d’Orléans
Tom WansbeekUniversity of Groningen, Scientific Committee Coordinator
Jeffrey WooldridgeMichigan State University

University Residential Centre of Bertinoro, Italy

The history of the Fortress begins at the end of the X Century. Thanks to its strategic location the Fortress was not only used for military purposes. From the late XV Century, the Malatesta family and the bishops of Bertinoro turned the Fortress into a cultural hub. Domenico Novello Malatesta moved here part of what then became the world-famous San Francesco library (currently in Cesena). Subsequently the bishops, according to the decisions made during the Council of Trent, used the Fortress as a place to promote education and culture.

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