60th Annual Conference of the
New Zealand Association of Economists 

Victoria University Wellington
3rd - 5th July 2019
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President's Invitation
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It is my pleasure to invite you to Wellington for the 60th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Association of Economists. It will be held at Rutherford House on Pipitea Campus at Victoria University, Wellington.

The conference committee for this event comprises Ian Duncan, Lydia Cheung (Auckland University of Technology), Peter Tait (Lincoln University), and Andrea Menclova (University of Canterbury). Their efforts, supported by On-Cue and Motu, are greatly appreciated.

I wish to acknowledge the financial support of our major sponsors. The support of Treasury, the Reserve Bank, and Statistics New Zealand enables us to host highly-regarded overseas speakers to provide keynote addresses.

Your contribution is valued. By coming to the conference, sharing your research and engaging with other economists, you are contributing to the success of the conference, the Association and the profession in New Zealand. I am sure that you will find it most enjoyable and worthwhile.

Mark Holmes
NZAE President

IMPORTANT DATES

Wednesday 20th February
Portal for abstract submissions opens

Monday 25th March
​Conference registration opens

Monday 1st April
Abstracts Due
Monday 6th May 
Notification of acceptances

Monday 20th May
Registration deadline for presenters

Monday 20th May
​Deadline for early-bird registration
Monday 10th June
Full papers due for entries to prizes

Wednesday 3rd July
Conference start

Friday 5th July
​Conference end
CONFERENCE VENUE
Rutherford House, Pipitea Campus, Victoria University, Wellington
Rutherford House, Pepitea Campus
23 Lambton Quay
Wellington 6011

NEW PRIZE OFFERED: The Stata Prize for Excellence in Graphics Communications


This prize will be awarded to the written paper that is deemed to make the best use of graphs for data visualization or communication of research findings using graphics. The papers will be judged by leading empirical researchers in economics. 
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