The AASLE 2022 Conference will be hosted by The University of Tokyo, Japan on December 8-10, 2022. At this point, we are intending to host an in person event but will adjust according to global COVID-19 guidelines. We will notify participants immediately upon any changes that might occur.
The three-day conference will include parallel sessions, panels and talks by keynote and invited speakers:
Barbara Petrongolo (University of Oxford)
Josef Zweimüller (University of Zurich)
Chao Fu (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Attila Lindner (University College London)
Katrine Vellesen Løken (Norwegian School of Economics)
Albert Francis Park (Asian Development Bank)
We invite submissions on any topic related to labour and applied economics. Submissions for presentation should include an abstract (max. 250 words) and a full paper. Contributors are invited to submit papers for consideration here by 17 July 2022.
Authors of accepted papers will also have the opportunity to submit their paper for consideration for a special conference issue of Labour Economics.
Job Market Session
In this year's conference in Tokyo, a job market session will be dedicated to young researchers who are planning to join the job market in 2022/2023. The AASLE 2022 job market will include presentation sessions from a diverse group of potential employers. We will also organize a dedicated session to student networking so that students can meet with senior academic staff to discuss their work and learn from their experiences. This will provide an opportunity for potential employers and students to meet and exchange views.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please provide a letter of support from your supervisor. Letters of support can either be uploaded during the paper submission process or sent separately via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply has now been extended to the 31 July 2022. As with all other submissions, registration is required for conference attendance in case the paper is accepted.
18 April 2022
Paper Submission Opens
17 July 2022
Deadline for Paper Submission
4 September 2022
Notification to Authors
25 September 2022
Early Regitration Closes
23 October 2022
Draft Programme Released
31 October 2022
Late Registration Closes
8-10 December 2022
Jungmin Lee (Seoul National University)
Maria Lambrianidou (AASLE)
Stacey Chen (UTokyo)
Drew Griffen (UTokyo)
Daiji Kawaguchi (UTokyo)
Keisuke Kawata (UTokyo)
Ayako Kondo (UTokyo)
Suk Joon Son (UTokyo)
Ryuichi Tanaka (UTokyo)
Shintaro Yamaguchi (UTokyo)