The Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis (RCEA) is a private, international non-profit organization dedicated to independent research in Applied Economics, Theoretical Economics and related fields. It was originally located in Rimini, Italy, where some of the founding trustees and scholars have special ties. Between 2007 and 2015 RCEA had a branch in Canada, and between 2017 and 2020 RCEA had a branch in Poland. The RCEA headquarters were in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada from 2016 to 2019 with RCEA-Italy operating in Rimini. The RCEA headquarters is now in the United States.
Marcelle Chauvet (University of California – Riverside) is the director of the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis. Claudio Morana (University of Milano-Bicocca) is the Director of RCEA-Italy. The Scientific Committee is the governing body of the Centre.
The fundamental goal of RCEA is to further advanced research in Economics, Econometrics and related fields and to promote contact between economists, econometricians and scientists from other fields all over the world. Through this activity the RCEA can contribute to the progress of highest quality scientific research and draw analyses and policy recommendations on the full range of economic and related issues. Research at RCEA is conducted to enlighten scientific and public debate on economic issues, and not to advance any economic, political or social agenda.
RCEA is the outcome of collaboration between economists from around the world and a group of eminent trustees from academia, banking, government and industry. There are now over 200 RCEA Fellows. RCEA fellows have experience in academia and/or government and may hold different points of view on economic, political and social issues.
RCEA organizes conferences, workshops as well as a biennial conference which has alternated every two years between Canada and Italy, and publishes working papers.
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