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The 32nd Annual NBER Summer Institute will be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts from July 11 to August 4, 2011. Workshops will focus on a number of different topics including:

American Economic History Entrepreneurship
Asset Pricing Financial Markets
Corporate Finance Health Care
Economic Fluctuation and Growth Health Economics
Economics of Aging Industrial Organization
Economics of Children and Family Innovation Policy and the Economy
Economics of Crime Intellectual Property Policy and Innovation
Economics of Education International Finance
Economics of Household Savings International Trade and Investment
Economics of National Security Labor Economics
Economics of Real Estate and Local Law and Economics
Public Finance Monetary Economics
Economics of Social Security Political Economy
Environmental & Energy Economics Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

The NBER provides continental breakfast and lunch each day, as well as limited support services. Those whose papers are selected for presentation and who are invited to attend any of the workshops must pay for their own transportation and lodging. The NBER can provide assistance with housing arrangements.

Economists at the assistant professor level or above who are interested in participating in the 2011 Summer Institute should submit a curriculum vitae and a complete manuscript (one-page abstracts will be accepted as well) by February 15, 2011. If you would like your work to be considered by any of the Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance, Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Energy and Environmental Economics, Law and Economics, Monetary Economics, or Political Economy programs, please submit a curriculum vitae and a complete manuscript rather than an abstract. Questions can be sent to Rob Shannon

Submissions can be uploaded here.

 
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