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4th Junior Spatial Economics Conference

Call for papers - Deadline: June 20th !

The Department is pleased to be hosting the 1st European edition of the Junior Spatial Economics Conference, with the support of the Centre for Economics Policy Research (CEPR).


As in the previous USA editions (Chicago and Princeton), the workshop aims to bring together a small group of junior researchers to discuss topics in spatial and urban economics broadly defined in an informal setting. In this edition we particularly aim to connect scholars working on different sides of the Atlantic.

When ? Thursday, December 19th and Friday, December 20th, 2024
Where ? Department of Economics, Sciences Po - 28, rue des Saints Pères, 75007 Paris, France.

We are now calling for papers ! We explicitly encourage the submission of early-stage projects and advanced abstracts.

Submission deadline : Thursday, June 20th, 2024.
Your paper or extended abstract may be submitted throught the CEPR hub (go to login). You may register online for a CEPR hub profile if you don't already have one. 

Read online call for papers for full details

Participation and discussants : To maintain the informal nature of the conference there will be a limited number of participants. If you wish to participate without presenting a paper you can register your interest on the CEPR hub. Please also indicate whether you would be willing to act as a discussant.

NB There is no conference fee, and we are able to cover travel and accommodation costs upon request. It is appreciated if you are able to use your own research funds for attendance.

Organising committee : Milena Almagro (Chicago), Jan David Bakker (Bocconi), Allan Hsiao (Princeton), Morgane Richard (Stanford SIEPR, Sciences Po), Clara Santamaria (Sciences Po and CEPR)

Scientific committee : Bruno Conte (UPF), Amrita Kulka (Warwick), Ana Moreno-Maldonado (Mannheim), Niclas Moneke (Oxford), Marta Santamaria (Warwick and CEPR)

Our partners

Institutional partnerships for research and innovation

  • CNRS
  • Banque de France
  • The CORE Project 
  • The Kellen Foundation

Other research centres

  • LEPI
  • OFCE