The All-California Labor Economics Conference (ACLEC) brings together the top labor economists in California annually to present recent research. This year’s conference will be hosted by USC on Thursday, October 4th and Friday, October 5th. Silvia Helena Barcellos (CESR), Sandra Rozo (Marshall) and Arie Kapteyn (CESR) are co-organizing.
Prior conferences have been hosted by Stanford, UCSD, UC Davis, UCLA, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, UC Berkeley, RAND and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Similar to previous conferences, there will be 8-10 papers presented at the conference, starting Thursday afternoon and ending early afternoon on Friday. There will also be a graduate student poster session, reception and dinner on Thursday evening.
The conference will cover meals, as well as hotel on Thursday night, for registered participants. (Graduate students will be asked to share rooms.) Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements. Conditional on available resources, travel expenses for graduate students may be covered.
Registration will open in early August.
Call for Papers
We invite submissions to present at the 12th annual All-California Labor Economics Conference. The conference will be held on Thursday, October 4, and Friday, October 5, at the University of Southern California in downtown Los Angeles. As in years past, we plan to select 8-10 papers to be presented by faculty from early afternoon on Thursday until late afternoon Friday. We will also host a graduate student poster session on Thursday evening.
Submissions should be emailed to Maribel Estrada at email@example.com by June 15, 2018. Faculty members interested in presenting a paper should submit an extended abstract or a complete paper (max of one submission per person). Presenters will be notified by the end of July.
Call for Posters
We invite submissions to present a poster at the 12th annual All-California Labor Economics Conference. The conference will be held on Thursday, October 4, and Friday, October 5, at the University of Southern California. The graduate student poster session will be on Thursday evening.
Graduate students interested in presenting a poster should submit an abstract (no longer than one page) to Maribel Estrada at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2018.
Please indicate that you are a graduate student submitting for the poster session, and provide the following information:
- Your institution and department
- Your year in the program
- Your main advisor
An organizing committee will select the papers and posters. Presenters will be notified by early August. Students presenting a poster will have priority for funding to attend the conference.
Sponsors of the 2018 ACLEC include: