May 26–27, 2011, Brno, Czech Republic
The Department of Public Economics – Masaryk University is organizing the 8th PEARL conference. It will be held in the Czech Republic, on May 26 and 27, 2011 under the auspices of Governor of the South Moravian Region and chairman of Association of Regions of the Czech Republic – Mr. M. Hašek and the Mayor of the City of Brno – Mr. R. Onderka.
PEARL is a network of researchers and research institutions that operate in the field of applied public economics and public finance. Papers will focus mostly on the regional and local levels of government, which of course includes examining the relationships with local, state, federal (or supra-national) institutions, and the role and scope of government in general. The idea is to gather various kinds of expertise both from different countries (implying different objectives, economic and institutional constraints) and different fields of the economic analysis (public finance and public choice, local and regional economics, macroeconomics, law and economics, behavioural economics, experimental economics, econometrics). Some subjects of interest that the conference will focus on are listed below:
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