• Submission Deadline: August 31
• Decisions Released: September 30
• Registration Opens: October 10
42nd Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society
Local: Online transmission via the Zoom
Date: December 08,09,10 and 11, 2020.
Call for papers
42ºnd Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society
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The 42nd Meeting of the Brazilian Econometric Society will be held online, via Zoom meeting platform, from December 08th to December 11th, 2020.
We welcome submissions in the following areas: Applied Microeconomics, Applied Macroeconomics, Business, 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 Submitted papers must be unpublished and cannot have been submitted to the 49th ANPEC meeting.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.
SBE provides housing subsidy to students with accepted papers.
Submissions open on July 10. The submission fee must be paid by August 31, otherwise the paper will be withdrawn from considerationa.
Students (Undergraduate, Masters' or Ph)| R$ 60,00
Professionals | R$ 170,00
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Eduardo Faingold • Insper
Marcelo Rodrigues dos Santos • Insper
Andre Luduvice • University of Pennsylvania
Bernardo Guimarães • FGV EESP
Henrique S. Basso • Bank of Spain - DG Economics
João Galindo da Fonseca • University of Montreal
Marcelo Pedroni • University of Amsterdam
Miguel Bandeira • London School of Economics
Bruno Barsanetti • FGV EPGE
Daniel Chaves • Western University
Gustavo Gonzaga • PUC-Rio
Gustavo Joaquim • Boston Fed
Leonardo Rosa • Stanford University
Nathaly M. Rivera • University of Alaska Anchorage
Pedro Forquesato • FEA USP
Rodrigo Moita • FEA USP
Eduardo Fonseca Mendes • FGV EMAP
Hugo Jales • Syracuse University
Ricardo Masini • FGV EESP
Andrei S. Gonçalves • University of North Carolina
Caio Almeida • Princeton University
Julia Fonseca • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ruy Ribeiro • Insper
Henrique Oliveira • The Pennsylvania State University
Leandro Gorno • FGV EPGE
Pedro Vaissman Guinsburg • FEA USP
Paulo Arvate • FGV EAESP
Sandro Cabral • Insper