The 2021 International Panel Data Conference (IPDC) is "location-free" and it will take place fully online during the period July 1-2.
We welcome submissions related to all aspects of panel data, including model specification and testing, partial identification, non-parametric estimation, dynamic models, non-linear models, quantile regression, factor structures, models for spatial interactions and networks, as well as applications to climate change and environment, development, health, labor, productivity, inequality and poverty, empirical IO, forecasting, banking and finance, applied macroeconomics, among others.
Due to the fact that the conference is virtual, we aim at a small scale meeting that will maximise personal interactions, and thus facilitate an active forum for researchers to discuss their findings from theoretical or empirical viewpoints, seek feedback, exchange ideas for future research and promote active collaboration in all areas of panel data analysis.
The keynote speakers are Stéphane Bonhomme (University of Chicago), Antonio Galvao (University of Arizona), Stefanie Schurer (University of Sydney) and Martin Weidner (University of Oxford).
The conference organisers are Almas Heshmati (Jönköping University), Artūras Juodis (University of Amsterdam), Vasilis Sarafidis (BI Norwegian Business School) and Marcel-Cristian Voia (Laboratoire d’Économie d’Orléans).
The deadline for submissions of papers is Friday, April 30. To submit a paper, please click here. The number of paper submissions for each individual presenter is limited to 1. We may choose to have a small fee for conference participants, which will be waived for PhD students whose paper is accepted for presentation.