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Annual Congress 2020 in Zurich Call for Papers

The SSES Annual Congress and the General Assembly 2020 will be held at the University of Zurich on 18-19 June 2020. The organizers invite submissions both for the meeting's thematic sessions on Digital Transformation and for the meeting's general sessions (on any topic relevant to all fields of economics and statistics).

Call for Papers

New co-editors

The board of the Swiss Society of Economics and Statistics has elected Conny Wunsch (https://wwz.unibas.ch/en/wunsch/) and Stefan Bühler (http://www.stefan-buehler.net/) as new co-editors starting in January 2020. They will replace Martin Brown and Volker Grossmann. Martin and Volker have served on the editorial board since 2015. We thank them very much for their contribution to improve the quality and reach of the journal. Martin will retire from the editorial board by the end of 2019, Volker will retire by the end of 2020.

Annual Congress 2019 in Geneva - Thank you!

Thank you for joining us at our Annual Congress 2019 in Geneva

Congratulations to our Award winner:

  • Katharina Erhardt for the paper "Born to be an Entrepreneur? How Cultural Origin Affects Entrepreneurship"


Annual Congress 2019 in Geneva

The program is online now.

You can find the overview on the congress homepage or download it here

The full program is located on this page or can be download form here


Annual Congress 2019 in Geneva

The SSES Annual Congress and the General Assembly 2019 will be held at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva on 13-14 June 2019. Please save the date! Graduate Institute

Call for papers

Annual Congress 2018 in St. Gallen - Thank you!

Thank you for joining us at our Annual Congress 2018 in St.Gallen

Congratulations to our Award winners:

  • Andrea Camilli for the paper "Labor market institutions and homeownership"
  • Helge Liebert and Beatrice Mäder for the paper "Health care supply and infant mortality: Semiparametric evidence from Germany, 1928-1936"
Annual Congress 2017 in Lausanne - Plenary sessions on YouTube

Plenary session I: Marion Fourcade (UC Berkley - Department of Sociology) 
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Plenary session II: James Robinson (University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy)

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Aymo Brunetti's article at NZZ: Link

Annual Congress 2016 in Lugano - Plenary sessions on YouTube

Plenary session I: Torsten Persson (IIES)
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Plenary session II: Henrik Kleven (LSE)

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Plenary session III: Kurt Schmidheiny (University of Basel)
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