Mainz Workshop in Labour Economics

Mainz Workshop in Labour Economics is designed to provide a platform for discussion of new research avenues and recent theoretical and empirical advances in labour economics. Particular emphasis in this communication is placed at (but not limited to) search and matching theory and structural econometrics. It is being held at the University of Mainz at a rate of about two workshops per year. For the schedule of past and future workshops see the table below.

Mainz Workshop in Labour Economics is also a part of the European Search and Matching Network. Our workshops are public and open to all.

Past and Future Workshops

Date     Title     Keynote Speaker(s) 
Jun 21
  Search and Matching Theory
  Susan Vroman (Georgetown University)
2015 Oct 1
Workers and Firms
Jean-Marc Robin (SciencesPo / UCL)
Oct 9
Labour Market Policy
  Pierre Cahuc (Ecole Polytechnique / CREST)
2013 May 15-17
3rd Annual Conference of the European Search and Matching Network (SaM)
  Gianluca Violante (New York Univeristy)
Claudio Michelacci (CEMFI, Madrid)
Juan Dolado (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Jun 13
  The Future of Trade Unions
  John Pencavel (Stanford University)
Apr 30
  Search, Matching and Unemployment   Melvyn Coles (University of Essex)
2011 May 9
  New Developments in the Theory of a Frictional Labour Market   Philipp Kircher (University of Pennsylvania / LSE)
  Apr 4-5
  Theory and Empirics of an Imperfect Labour Market   Fabien Postel-Vinay (University of Bristol)
  Feb 18   Migration, Discrimination, Inequality and Poverty   Daniel Hamermesh (University of Texas at Austin)
Jun 8
  Economics and Econometrics of a Labour Market   Robert Sauer (University of Bristol)
Bart Cockx (University of Gent)