DEW is Ireland's longest standing and premier forum for economic policy debate. Founded in 1977, the annual economic policy conference is attended by policymakers, academics and practitioners with a focus on evidence-based policymaking. For 32 years, the conference was held in Kenmare, County Kerry. The 'Kenmare Conference' as it became known, was a unique economic conference where civil servants, academics, professional economists, politicians, and journalists all met to discuss economic theory and policy. The 2019 conference will take place in Clayton Whites Hotel, Wexford on 13/14 September and will cover topics including the labour market, housing, the economics of health, small open economies and the 20th anniversary of the euro. The full line-up can be found on our events page. There is an excellent line up of speakers including Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe T.D.
Call for papers – Closing date – Monday 22nd April
The 42nd DEW Annual Economic Policy Conference will take place on 13/14 September 2019 in Clayton Whites Hotel, County Wexford. DEW is Ireland’s longest standing and premier forum for economic policy debate. Founded in 1977, the annual economic policy conference is attended by policymakers, academics and practitioners with a focus on evidence-based policymaking. We are now in the process of assembling speakers for this year’s event and would like to invite a call for papers in the following areas:
- The economics of health
- Sustainability & climate change
- Small, open economies
- Labour market
- 20th Anniversary of the Euro
All submissions will be treated fairly but cannot be guaranteed to be accepted for inclusion in the conference. Please send a short abstract of what you would like to present to firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday 22 April 2019.
The Dublin Economics Workshop is kindly sponsored this year by Dublin Chamber of Commerce.