Workshop

X Workshop on Structural Transformation and Macroeconomic Dynamics

at 09:00 CEST, Cagliari

The Tenth Workshop on Structural Transformation and Macroeconomic Dynamics, part funded by STEG, will be held this year in Cagliari, Italy on 30 and 31 May.

The workshop on Structural Transformation and Macroeconomic Dynamics was created in 2012 with the idea of bringing together experts in the field of structural change who, at the time, did not have a dedicated conference at which to meet. Since then, the field has expanded substantially, and the workshop has been organised regularly on an almost annual basis, gathering many of the leading experts in the field. Most of the editions have been organised in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, with three notable exceptions: Surrey (UK), 2012, Paris (France), 2014 and Kent (UK) 2016. This year, the workshop reaches its tenth edition and is held at the University of Cagliari on 30 and 31 May 2024. 


Programme

The Tenth Workshop on Structural Transformation and Macroeconomic Dynamics will run from 30 to 31 May 2024 as a virtual event. Over the two days, 10 presentations will be held. The programme can be found here.

If you have any questions or are having trouble accessing any of the resources, please contact the STEG Team at [email protected].


How to Attend

Online attendees can join this event by registering here. This event will also be livestreamed on CEPR's Youtube channel, available here for 30 May (Day 1) and here for 31 May (Day 2).  


Funding Bodies

The workshop is funded by STEG, the Department of Economics and Business at the University of Cagliari, the PRIN 2022 Next Generation EU, Fondazione di Sardegna, and the Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance at UCSB. 

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