- Session 1: Negotiation (CANCELLED) (July 6-July 7, 2020)
- Session 3: Asset Pricing, Macro Finance, and Computation (July 15-July 17, 2020)
- Session 4: Causal Inference and Machine Learning (CANCELLED) (July 20-July 21, 2020)
- Session 5: Political Economic Theory (July 30-July 31, 2020)
- Session 6: Dynamic Games, Contracts and Markets (August 3-August 5, 2020)
- Session 7: Experimental Economics (August 10-August 11, 2020)
- Session 8: Psychology and Economics (CANCELLED) (August 12-August 14, 2020)
- Session 9: The Macroeconomics of Uncertainty and Volatility (CANCELLED) (August 19-August 21, 2020)
- Session 10: Financial Regulation (August 24-August 28, 2020)
- Session 11: Advances in International Macroeconomics and Finance (CANCELLED) (August 26-August 28, 2020)
- Session 12: The Micro and Macro of Labor Markets (August 28-August 28, 2020)
- Session 13: Macroeconomics and Inequality (CANCELLED) (September 2-September 4, 2020)
- Session 14: Banks and Financial Frictions (CANCELLED) (September 8-September 9, 2020)
- Session 15: Development Economics (CANCELLED) (September 10-September 11, 2020)
Bargaining/negotiation is one of the oldest and most common forms of transaction and interaction; at the same time, it is a complex, multi-faceted situation raising many theoretical and empirical…
The papers for this session are invited from the fields of empirical Industrial Organization (IO), Labor Economics, Public Finance, and Health Economics, Environmental and Energy Economics, and…
This session focuses on recent advances in asset pricing and macro finance as well as the use of computational techniques in these areas.
In recent years economists have started adopting and adapting machine learning methods that are revolutionizing data science for empirical analyses in economics.
This session will bring together researchers from political science and economics who apply economic theory to the study of politics.
This session brings together microeconomic theorists working on dynamic games and contracts with more applied theorists working in macro, finance, organizational economics, and other fields.
This workshop will be dedicated to advances in experimental economics combining laboratory and field-experimental methodologies with theoretical and psychological insights on decision-making,…
This SITE workshop brings together researchers working on issues at the intersection of psychology and economics.
The session will cover recent work on the causes and effects of changes in volatility and uncertainty in the aggregate economy, which is incredibly topical given the ongoing Brexit turmoil and US…
The conference covers research that relates to connections of regulation for intermediaries, households, firms and policymakers.…
We are interested in papers at the frontier of international macroeconomics and finance.
The idea of this session is to bring together labor economists and macroeconomists with interests in labor markets with two goals.
Macroeconomics increasingly emphasizes inequality.
This segment will feature post-crisis research on the central role of banks in the economy, their incentives for risk- taking, developments in fintech, the role of banks for financial stability…
The workshop aims to bring together researchers working on both theoretical and empirical analyses of economic development, with an emphasis on “networks,” interpreted broadly.
SITE is funded by grants from the National Science Foundation with additional support from the Stanford School of Humanities & Sciences Department of Economics, the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.