Centrum Analiz Ekonomicznych

Ce2 Workshop 2017

(Ce)2 workshop is a joint initiative of CenEA and CeMMAP.
The fourth edition will be organised
in Warsaw on 3-4 July 2017.



[Ce2 Schedule 2017]




(Ce)Workshop 2017 - SCHEDULE

(published on 26/06/2017)

[Ce2 Information 2017]

(Ce)Workshop 2017 - helpful information & logistics

(published on 26/06/2017)




The 2017 edition of the workshop aims at covering topics in microeconomic theory and microeconomic applications, in particular in the following fields:

Microeconomic applications:

Microeconomic theory:
- Taxes, transfers and household behavior - Optimal tax and public choice
- Sin taxes, nudges and nutrition - Mechanism design and information
- Microeconomic implications of globalization - Communication and networks
- Technological change and inequality - Games and experimental economics
[Ce2 Call for papers 2017]



The call for papers for regular presentations and posters is closed. 



Call for Posters


In this edition of the Workshop in addition to regular presentations a Poster Session is organized. Topics listed above will be given priority. The total number of posters will not exceed 12. The posters' authors will have ample opportunity to discuss their research with other workshop participants. Authors are expected to be present during both days and participate in the remaining activities of the workshop.


Procedures: There is no conference fee but participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs. Authors will also prepare and print their own posters, size A1 maximum. Online submission of full papers or extended abstracts describing the research via ce2@cenea.org.pl closes on 31 May 2017.





In 2012 CenEA initiated the Keynote Lecture Series in Honour of Leonid Hurwicz as part of the WIEM Conference.

The 2017 lecture will be given by
prof. Rachel Griffith
(University of Manchester and Institute for Fiscal Studies).
The 2017 Hurwicz keynote address will be held in the afternoon of 4th July and will also be a concluding event of the (Ce)2 Workshop.

See more details on the Keynote Lecture Series in Honour of Leonid Hurwicz.