Input-Output Workshop 2022
The aim of the workshop is to bring together scientists and practitioners in the field of input-output research and to provide a platform for sharing experiences and research methods in the area of input-output analysis. Topics to be discussed during the workshop could encompass the production of (inter)national and regional input-output tables, the development of input-output models or applications of input-output analysis to specific fields of interest.
The programme of the workshop can be downloaded here.
Call to Join
The Call for papers can be downloaded here.
Online via Big Blue Button
• Submission of abstract until January 1st, 2022
• Confirmation of participation by beginning of February 2022
• Workshop programme: mid February 2022
Conference languages are German and English.
Workshop contribution: –
For questions please refer to Anke Mönnig, phone: +49 541 40933‑210
The I-O-Workshop is jointly organised by:
- Anke Mönnig (GWS)
- Prof. Dr. Tobias Kronenberg (Bochum University of Applied Sciences)
- Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther (University Bremen)
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