This workshop, which is part of the Conference on Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (CEME) series, has the express purpose of providing an informal venue for interaction between advanced junior and young senior Econometricians.
The 2019 conference is hosted by the UCLA Department of Economics with support of the National Science Foundation. It is being organized by Professor Andres Santos (UCLA) and Professor Federico Bugni (Duke).
Since 1970, the Conference on Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (CEME) has received support from the National Science Foundation to hold a series of meetings on research issues in economic theory and methodology. Currently, CEME is supported by NSF grant SES-1757139 to the National Bureau of Economic Research, under Principal Investigators Edward Vytlacil (Yale University) and Chris Shannon (University of California, Berkeley).
There are eight active seminars (five in econometrics, three in mathematical economics). Each seminar holds one meeting per calendar year, in rotating venues. (NBER)