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43º Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society

The 43rd Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society will be held online, from December 07 to 10, 2021.
We welcome submissions in the following areas: Applied Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Finance, and Theory.

We accept submissions in English or Portuguese. Papers must be submitted electronically in a single PDF file. Submitted papers must be unpublished and cannot have been submitted to the 49th ANPEC meeting. Only one submission per person is allowed.

Authors must specify the area of their submission during the submission stage. Authors have the option of declaring whether they wish to have their paper considered for publication at the Brazilian Review of Econometrics.
Submissions open on July 14. The submission fee must be paid by August 3, otherwise the paper will be withdrawn from consideration.

Submission Fees:
Students* (Undergraduate, Masters’ or Ph.D.): R$ 60,00
Professionals: R$ 170,00
*We require proof of enrollment in an accredited undergraduate or academic (stricto sensu) graduate program.

Program Chairs: Eduardo Faingold and Marcelo Santos • Insper

Scientific Committee

Applied Microeconomics

Ricardo Dahis • PUC-Rio
João Granja • University College London
Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner • University of Surrey
Fernanda Lopez de Leon • University of Kent
Luis Meloni • FEA USP
Rodrigo Moreno-Serra • University of York
Pablo Muñoz Henríquez • FGV EPGE
Jaqueline Oliveira • Rhodes College
Roberto Pinheiro • Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland


Gregório Caetano •University of Georgia
Carlos Cinelli • UCLA
Cristine Pinto • FGV EESP

Economic Theory

Kazuhiro Hara • FGV EPGE
Paula Onuchic • Oxford University
João Ramos • Queen Mary University of London


Gustavo Araújo • BCB
Hector Calvo-Pardo • University of Southampton
Felipe Correia • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Igor Cunha • University of Kentucky


Danilo Cascaldi-Garcia • Federal Reserve Board
Marcos Marcolino • Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Juliana Salomão • University of Minnesota
Daniel Sanches • Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Gustavo de Souza • Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Bruno Sultanum • Federal Reserve Bank de Richmond


Invited Session  Theory

Chair: Daniel Gottlieb • London School of Economics

Philipp Strack  • Yale University e Mohammad Akbarpour • Stanford University


Invited Session Econometrics • Synthetic Controls 

Chair: Bruno Ferman • FGV EESP

Avi Feller • UC Berkeley e Dmitry Arkhangelsky • CEMFI