The Special Conference Issue of Labour Economics from Papers that were presented during AASLE 2019 is now out!
We would like to thank the editors of this Special Issue, Daiji Kawaguchi and Yves Zenou, for their great job.
The Asian and Australasian Society of Labour Economics (AASLE) promotes research and cooperation in labour and applied economics across Asia and Australasia. The third conference was hosted by the National University of Singapore.
INFO FOR ALL PRESENTERS
Please bring your presentation to your session, which needs to be saved in pdf format on a USB flash drive. Each presenter is allocated 30 minutes for their presentation, which includes a 5 minutes discussion time. The session schedules are tight. It would be useful if you can arrive 5 minutes before the session start time to upload your presentation.
If you are presenting in a regular session, the last person scheduled for the parallel session will chair the presentations in that session, including their own. Session chairs should ensure that all speakers receive their allotted time and that the audience has an opportunity for questions and comments. If you are the chair of a session and would like someone to chair your presentation then please ask the first presenter.
For the job market sessions, a senior academic staff will chair each session and ensure that all presenters adhere to the presentation schedule.
Authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to submit their paper for consideration for a special conference issue of Labour Economics. The submission deadline for the revised manuscript is 31 January 2020. We will convey more information on the review and selection process for publishing in this special issue as soon as we have more information.
Christian Dustmann (UCL)
Maria Lambrianidou (UCL)
Jessica Pan (NUS)
Jie Gong (NUS Business School)
Rais Kamis (NUS)
Zhi Hao Lim (NUS)
Nina Guyon (NUS)
Kelvin Seah (NUS)
Xing Xia (Yale-NUS College)