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AASLE 2021CONFERENCE

BEIJING, CHINA

9 - 11 DECEMBER, PEKING UNIVERSITY, ONLINE EVENT

Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding this event.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

We are proud to announce that AASLE 2021 will be hosted by PKU in Beijing, China on 9-11 December 2021. Given the ongoing global uncertainty, the AASLE Executive Board has made the difficult decision to move this year's event fully online. 

This year's event is also hosting job market sessions. If you are an emloyer interested in attending, please have a look at our job market candidates and email us for more information!

The paper submission is now closed but the registration for attendance is still open! The programme for the event is also published!

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

The AASLE 2021 conference fee includes the AASLE membership fee for December 2021-November 2022. Furthermore authors of accepted papers will also have the opportunity to submit their paper for consideration for a special conference issue of Labour Economics.

Conference fees

Full registration for presenter (early): US$120.00

Graduate student registration (early): US$60

Attendee registration (early): US$60

*PhD students are requested to provide a letter certifying their student status after their registration.

All presenters are asked to register before the registration deadline of the 19 September 2021. Please note that your paper will only be scheduled on the conference programme if both your registration and payment have been received by this date.

Please note there is no cancellation policy; fees will not be reimbursed.

KEY DATES

Dates
Tasks
19 April 2021
Paper Submission Opens
18 July 2021
Deadline for Paper Submission
6 September 2021
Notification to Authors
19 September 2021
Early Registration Closes
18 October 2021
Draft Programme Released
31 October 2021
Late Registration Closes
9-11 December 2021
Conference
31 January 2022
Deadline for Submission to Special Conference Issue

ORGANISING COMITTEE

  • Zhiyong Dong (PKU)

  • Christian Dustmann (UCL)

  • Maria Lambrianidou (UCL)

  • Gordon Liu (PKU)

  • Xuezheng Qin (PKU)

  • Mathias Sinning (ANU)

  • Yang Yao (PKU)

  • Dandan Zhang (PKU)

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