The 43rd Annual NBER Summer Institute

Call for Papers
The 43rd Annual NBER Summer Institute
Cambridge, MA
July 6 to July 25, 2020

The National Bureau of Economic Research will host the 43rd Summer Institute meeting on July 6-24, 2020 in Cambridge, MA. The Summer Institute consists of nearly fifty distinct meetings, each focused on a sub-field or broad topic within economics. The detailed meeting calendar may be found here. There will be workshops on each of the following topics:

Asset Pricing Health Care
Big Data and High-Performance Computing Health Economics
Conference on Research in Income and Wealth Household Finance
Corporate Finance Industrial Organization
Development Economics International Finance
Development of the American Economy International Trade and Investment
Economic Fluctuations and Growth Labor Economics
Economics of Aging Law and Economics
Economics of Children Monetary Economics
Economics of Crime Personnel Economics
Economics of Education Political Economy
Economics of Innovation Productivity and Entrepreneurship
Economics of IT and Digitization Public Economics
Economics of National Security Risk of Financial Institutions
Economics of Real Estate Science of Science Funding
Environmental and Energy Economics Social Security
Gender in the Economy Urban Economics

To be considered for presentation, papers (or abstracts) must be submitted by the extended deadline of 5pm (EDT) on April 2, 2020. The following workshops require the submission of completed papers (no abstracts): Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance, Development Economics, Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Energy and Environmental Economics, Gender in the Economy, Health Economics, Law and Economics, Monetary Economics, and Political Economy.

Submissions of both empirical and theoretical research, from scholars who are early in their careers, from researchers with and without NBER affiliations, and from scholars who are members of groups that are under-represented in the economics profession are welcome. Submissions can be uploaded here.

NBER cannot cover the travel expenses or lodging costs of authors who are invited to present papers, but it does provide continental breakfast and lunch each day for participants.

Please address any questions Rob Shannon in the NBER Conference Department.