Stanford Economics is proud to host its annual Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE) conference from July 31 to September 16, 2023, on the Stanford campus with sessions on a broad range of economic topics – bringing together established and emerging scholars to present leading-edge economic research, to educate, and to collaborate.
- Schedule of conference sessions are listed below.
- Register to attend a SITE session – no fee required. Confirmation and details will be sent to registrants 1 week prior to session start date.
- A certificate of attendance is available upon request. Contact Charles Chau at siteworkshop [at] stanford.edu (siteworkshop[at]stanford[dot]edu) for more details or if you have any other questions.
- Session 1: Global Capital Allocation (July 31-August 1, 2023)
- Session 2: Market Design (August 3-August 4, 2023)
- Session 3: Dynamic Games, Contracts, and Markets (August 7-August 9, 2023)
- Session 4: Psychology and Economics (August 8-August 9, 2023)
- Session 5: Experimental Economics (August 10-August 11, 2023)
- Session 6: Political Economic Theory (August 10-August 11, 2023)
- Session 7: Politically Feasible Environmental and Energy Policy (August 14-August 15, 2023)
- Session 8: Climate Finance, Innovation, and Challenges for Policy (August 16-August 17, 2023)
- Session 9: Fiscal Sustainability (August 21-August 22, 2023)
- Session 10: Financial Regulation (August 28-August 30, 2023)
- Session 11: IO of Healthcare and Credit Markets (August 30-August 31, 2023)
- Session 12: The Macroeconomics of Uncertainty and Volatility (September 6-September 8, 2023)
- Session 13: New Frontiers in Asset Pricing (September 6-September 8, 2023)
- Session 14: The Micro and Macro of Labor Markets (September 7-September 8, 2023)
- Session 15: Frontiers of Macroeconomic Research (September 11-September 13, 2023)
- Session 16: Labor Markets and Policies (September 14-September 16, 2023)
- Session 17: Gender (September 15-September 16, 2023)
This session is on international macroeconomics and finance, focusing on global capital allocations, the role of the dollar, the emergence of China, and tax havens.
This session seeks to bring together researchers in economics, computer science, and operations research working on market design. We’re aiming for a roughly even split between theory…
This session brings together microeconomic theorists working on dynamic games and contracts with more applied theorists working in finance, industrial organization, personnel economics, and…
This session brings together researchers working on issues at the intersection of psychology and economics.
This session will be dedicated to advances in experimental economics combining laboratory and field-experimental methodologies with theoretical and psychological insights on decision-making…
This session will bring together researchers from political science and economics who apply economic theory to the study of politics.
This session will feature empirical papers evaluating environmental and…
The session would bring together research on how to best finance companies that innovate on green technologies, the pricing of climate risks in financial markets, banks' exposures to climate…
As governments emerge from the pandemic, they are dealing with major challenges in regard to fiscal sustainability.
This session discusses the latest advances in theoretical and empirical issues related to financial regulation, defined broadly.
This session will bring together researchers working on the IO of healthcare and credit markets.
The session will cover recent work on the causes and effects of changes in volatility and uncertainty.
This session is for asset pricing papers on the frontier of the discipline. Particular areas of focus are macrofinance, computation, machine learning, and climate finance.
The idea of this session is to bring together labor economists and macroeconomists with interests in labor markets with two goals.
The goal of the session is to bring together researchers working in macroeconomics, broadly defined.
Saturday: Stanford Graduate School of Business, M104 (McClelland Building), 655 Knight Way, Stanford, CA 94305
This session offers a forum for scholars interested in the use of general equilibrium models disciplined by micro data to carefully analyze important labor market issues and reforms to…
This session will be dedicated to understanding how gender influences economic outcomes and decision-making.
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.