The RCEA Colloquium 2010

Second Workshop on Dynamic Games in Economics

 

The Rimini Center for Economic Analysis, Rimini, Italy

 

December 13-14, 2010

 
 
 

Organizers:
Luca Lambertini, Università di Bologna, Italy and RCEA, Italy
Georges Zaccour, GERAD, HEC Montréal, Canada and RCEA, Italy

Invited speakers and topics:

Clean Technologies and Climate Change: A Differential Game Approach
Hassan Benchekroun, McGill University, Canada

Dynamic Investment Games
Engelbert Dockner, Vienna university of Economics and Business, Austria

Dynamic Models of International Environmental Agreements: A Differential Game Approach
Santiago J. Rubio, University of Valencia, Spain

 


II WORKSHOP ON BANKING AND FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION

 

SMEs, Growth and Banking

Organized by Paola Brighi, Giuseppe Torluccio and Simona Zambelli

 

September 27-28, 2010
 
The workshop will be held at the Rimini-Campus of the University of Bologna
Complesso Alberti – Via Quintino Sella – RIMINI
 
Keynote speaker:

STEVEN ONGENA
Tilburg University, CEPR  and European Banking Center

 

 

 

Employin Loan Application in Empirical Work

 

and  

 

PHIL MOLYNEUX
Bangor University

Competition and Stability in European Banking: A Regional Analysis

 

 


 

3rd GLUNLAB Workshop

Rimini, 10th June 2010


 
“The Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance” – RCEF(formerly labelled “Small Open Economies in a Globalized World”SOEGW) conference is a biennial international meeting assembling a group of leading economists to present and discuss their work at the cutting edge of economic research.
The previous two editions, still under the label SOEGW, were held in Rimini (Italy) in 2006
(www2.dse.unibo.it/soegw/)and Waterloo (Canada) in 2008 (www.soegw.org/index.php)and focused on issues concerning small open economies in the fast-changing globalized world. The 2010 conference will
focus on lessons learned from the Canadian economic performance and management over the last fifteen years and its response to the recent global crisis. Thus, drawing from the Canadian experience of sustained long-run growth and an effective response to a large shock, the conference will deal with general issues in growth and business cycles analysis, international trade, international finance, monetary and fiscal policies,
public economics, public finance, finance and banking, general equilibrium, game theory, economic geography, regional development, economics of tourism, environmental economics, industrial organization, labour economics, health economics, econometrics and quantitative methods.
The third edition of the workshop “Geographical Localisation, Intersectoral Reallocation of Labour and Unemployment Differentials” (GLUNLAB3)will be held within the framework of the RCEF.
 
We expect 200 high quality presentations.
 
Conference Website: www.rcef.it 
 
Plenary Speakers
Costas Azariadis (Washington University in St. Louis)
Paul Beaudry (University of British Columbia and Oxford  University)
Thomas Lemieux (University of British Columbia and Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis)
Peter Nijkamp (VU University Amsterdam and Rimini Centre for EconomicAnalysis)
Arnold Zellner (University of Chicago and Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis)