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International Institute of Public Finance

2016 IIPF Annual Congress

The 72nd Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance will be held in Lake Tahoe, USA, from August 9 through 11, 2016.

Its Local Organizing Committee is chaired by Mehmet Tosun (University of Nevada at Reno). The University of Nevada at Reno will also be the hosting university.

The Scientific Committee is chaired by Katherine Cuff (McMaster University, Canada) and Alfons Weichenrieder (University of Frankfurt, Germany).

The theme of the keynote speeches and panels will be “Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Public Policy". Contributed papers on any topic within the field of Public Economics and related disciplines will be considered, as is traditional at IIPF congresses. Both practitioners and academics are invited to participate. The deadline for the submission of papers is February 15, 2016.

 

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Pre-announcement: 2017 IIPF Annual Congress

The 73rd Annual Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance will be held in Tokyo, Japan, from August 18 through 20, 2017.

Its Local Organizing Committee is chaired by Motohiro Sato (Hitotsubashi University, Japan).

The Scientific Committee is chaired by Wojciech Kopczuk (Columbia University, USA) and Andreas Peichl (ZEW Mannheim, Germany).

The theme of the keynote speeches and panels will be “Fiscal Reform". Contributed papers on any topic within the field of Public Economics and related disciplines will be considered, as is traditional at IIPF congresses. Both practitioners and academics are invited to participate. More information to follow.

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