MAER-Net Colloquium; Another Huge
to everyone who travelled from all over the world, the US and Arkansas to share
their research and who joined our dynamic and engaging discussions of
meta-research. More than 40 superb presentations by leading scholars
and students. Program
spite of two full days of pushing the bounds of what we know about economics,
business and psychology and discussing the limitations of modern research, much
fun was had by all over dinner, drinks, lunch and coffee.
look forward to seeing all of our old friends and welcoming the best and
brightest young scholars next October at DeLMAR, Deakin
University, Melbourne, Australia. More information about the exact dates
and details of next year’s Colloquium will be posted here and at DeLMAR and sent to
you early in 2018.
Thanks Again for making the Hendrix Colloquium a huge success—and fun too!
Like the City, the
2015 Prague Colloquium was fantastic!
Prague is truly a magical and beautiful city with a long and rich cultural
history, and the beer is good too! The 2015 Colloquium was yet another
great success! Sincere thanks to Charles University, the Czech National Bank, and
especially to our good friends and gracious hosts: Tomáš Havránek,
Diana Žigraiová, and Roman Horváth, who made it
possible and memorable.
world-class research was presented that has important implications for many
practical policy questions and areas of research, including: international development, monetary policy, labor market programs, climate change,
innovation intervention, trade, deregulation, income inequality intervention,
as well the methods and practice of economics research and meta-analysis—see program . As in previous MAER-Net colloquia, new friends were made, new
collaborations formed, new insights gained and new lines of productive research
inquiry were revealed.
Then there was
the exquisite Czech food and the tours of the beautiful city and its
river. Did I mention that Czech beer is great? For more pictures
and information, see the conference website.
The party continued at
Hendrix College, USA, Sept 15-17, 2016. Did we see you there?
Greece (Sept 11-13, 2014)
What can you say about the 2014 MAER-Net
Colloquium? Interesting research, informative and entertaining discussions,
great food, new members, beautiful surroundings, old friends and rich culture;
all set next to Athens ancient Acropolis. Wow, best sums it up. Program
We are very grateful for the hard
work and sincere Greek hospitality of George Magonis, George Chortareas, and
the Athens University. Thank you! The Athens University Museum, our
venue, is nestled under the Acropolis with views of the Parthenon and sunsets
over the Aegean.
Thanks to everyone who attended! Although impossible to beat, the Prague
Colloquium met the high mark that Athens set.
2013 Greenwich Colloquium Huge Success!
In the tradition
of Sir Christopher Wren and his Royal Society, the colloquium engendered
congenial discussions on important questions of scientific methods and practice
with applications to the practical affairs of man. Then there was the
perfect weather (yes, in the UK), the beautiful buildings, the
well-organized meetings, and the fun, informative and inspiring sessions!
All happening at an important World Heritage Site. . .
incurred a large debt to Professor Mehmet Ugur and the University of
Greenwich's conference team. I cannot think how we can ever repay such a
large debt, but then neither can Greece! So let's all just meet
next year in Athens to retire old debts and to make new
ones. Thanks also to all of the presenters and participants who made this
a very rewarding and special colloquium. It is only through the goodwill
and brilliance of our members that keeps MAER-Net and meta-regression
analysis advancing. Links to the program.
2012 Perth MAER-Net Colloquium
At a yacht club on the
Indian Ocean, the 2012 MAER-Net Colloquium was all truly wonderful!
Thanks Again to Dr. Margaret Giles and to everyone who made the long, but
2011 Cambridge MAER-Net Colloquium
35 presenters came from all continents to Wolfson
College, University of Cambridge, UK, Sept 16-18—see program.
2010 Hendrix MAER-Net Colloquium
Thanks to all of the participants, Hendrix College, Bill and Connie Bowen and to the many Hendrix students who participated and made it possible.
2009 Oregon State University MAER-Net Colloquium
October 1-3, 2009
Dr. Randy Rosenberger earned our everlasting gratitude for his generous and meticulous hospitality at the 2009 MAER-Net Colloquium at Oregon State University. Judging by the smiles, fruitful discussions and laughter, the Oregon State University MAER-Net Colloquium was another big success. Highlights include the sighting of a bobcat in front of the Boy Scout lodge where the banquet was held, and the beautiful sunset over the coastal range seen by all at dinner. A special note of thanks goes to US EPA for their funding of the workshop.
Workshop international sur la méta-analyse en économie et en sciences de gestion
Université Nancy 2
October 17-18, 2008
Professor Patrice Laroche of Nancy-Université generously and graciously hosted our second annual MAER-Net International Colloquium in beautiful Nancy, France. The culture, the food, the ambiance, and the collegiality were truly wonderful.
Workshop on Meta-Analysis in Economics and Commerce
November 28, 2009
Deakin University's School of Accounting, Economics and Finance hosted a Workshop on Meta-Analysis in Economics and Commerce, in Melbourne, Australia on November 28, 2008. Fifty professionals from all across the continent came to present and to learn about meta-regression analysis.
Aarhus Colloquium of Meta-Analysis in Economics
In 2007, we had a very successful Colloquium at Sønderborg, Denmark, graciously hosted by Martin Paldam of Aarhus University.
High-quality papers stimulated lively and congenial discussions, both during the seminars and over drinks in the evening. Then, there were the beautiful surroundings, the 18th century Sandbjerg Manor next to the sea and the cognac in the library for evening discussions. Oh the leisure of the theory class!
MASTER-point Colloquium of Meta-Analysis in Economics
University of Amsterdam
Our series of international colloquia on meta-analysis in economics was inaugurated by the 2002 International Colloquium on Meta-Analysis in Economics in Amsterdam. The colloquium was generously hosted by the MASTER-point research group of the Department of Spatial Economics of VU University Amsterdam and organized by Raymond Florax, Angèle Janse and Peter Nijkamp. The MASTER-point colloquium set a very high standard of intellectual and collegial interactions, which solidified a core of international scholars interested in meta-analysis in economics.