The Econometrics Journal at the Society’s 2021 Annual Conference


[This post has been edited to reflect that all times are in BST (current UK time), not GMT]

The Econometrics Journal is looking forward to welcoming you at the Society’s 2021 Annual Conference, which is held online from 12-14 April. The journal is involved in two events that highlight recent developments in econometrics.

On Tuesday 13 April from 17.15-18.30 BST, Guido Imbens (Stanford) will present the Sargan lecture. The editors will also award the 2019 Denis Sargan Econometrics Prize to Art?ras Juodis (University of Amsterdam) and celebrate last year’s award of the 2018 prize to Matt Goldman (Facebook) and David Kaplan (University of Missouri).

On Wednesday 14 April from 15.30-17:00 BST, the journal will organize a Special Session on Econometrics of Dynamic Discrete Choice, with two presentations:

  • Victor Aguirregabiria (Toronto): “Fixed effects methods for the estimation of structural dynamic discrete choice models”
  • Martin Pesendorfer (LSE): “Estimation of (static or dynamic) games under equilibrium multiplicity” (joint with Taisuke Otsu, Yuya Sasaki, and Yuya Takahashi)