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The International Atlantic Economic Society was organized in 1973 for the purpose of providing an educational and scientific forum for the global community of economists and others in related disciplines. By offering a variety of venues for communication, the opportunity is enhanced for the exchange of scholarly ideas and scientific research worldwide. Members are welcomed from all areas of educational and scientific specialization without regard to methodological or political preferences.
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As our February 2020 member of the month, the Society is happy to welcome Professor Miao Wang. Dr. Wang is a Professor o...
02/03/2020

As our February 2020 member of the month, the Society is happy to welcome Professor Miao Wang. Dr. Wang is a Professor of Economics at the College of Business Administration at Marquette University. Her specialty is international trade and foreign direct investment. Read further about Professor Wang in the following link: http://www.iaes.org/february-2020-member-of-the-month/

In the November 2019 IAER issue, read Professor Luis Gonzalez and Professor Brandon C. Koford’s paper "Impact of Parenta...
01/10/2020

In the November 2019 IAER issue, read Professor Luis Gonzalez and Professor Brandon C. Koford’s paper "Impact of Parental Resources on Student Outcomes Using Elementary School Data". The paper “examines the use of parental volunteer hours in elementary schools in the state of Kentucky and assesses whether they improve student learning in math, reading, writing, science, and social studies.” continue reading in the link below:

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09759-y

In the November 2019 IAER issue, read Professor Joshua D. Hall's paper "Measuring the Diffusion of Technologies Through ...
01/09/2020

In the November 2019 IAER issue, read Professor Joshua D. Hall's paper "Measuring the Diffusion of Technologies Through International Trade". The paper “develop[s] a unique measure of technological diffusion through imports by focusing on industry level, bilateral trade data. The higher the skill factor content of imports, the more a country receives access to new technologies.” continue reading in the link below:

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09759-y

In the November 2019 IAER issue, read Professor Hrishikesh D. Vinod and Professor P. M. Rao's paper "Externalities from ...
01/08/2020

In the November 2019 IAER issue, read Professor Hrishikesh D. Vinod and Professor P. M. Rao's paper "Externalities from Intra-Firm Trade by U.S. Multinationals". The paper “used a unique 9-year 34-country panel data to study the economic relationships between U.S. multinationals and their overseas subsidiaries along with some data on national characteristics of host countries, including per capita real GDP and a happiness index”. continue reading in the link below:

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09758-z

As our January 2020 member of the month, the Society is happy to welcome Professor Amelie F. Constant. Professor Constan...
01/08/2020

As our January 2020 member of the month, the Society is happy to welcome Professor Amelie F. Constant. Professor Constant is a Visiting Research Scholar at Princeton University, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the Office of Population Research (OPR). Read further about Professor Constant in the following link: http://www.iaes.org/january-2020-member-of-the-month/

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12/18/2019
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The Society is happy to welcome Professor Beth Wheaton as our December 2019 Member of the Month. Professor Wheaton’s foc...
12/02/2019

The Society is happy to welcome Professor Beth Wheaton as our December 2019 Member of the Month.

Professor Wheaton’s focus has been on social issues such as Child Labor and Human Trafficking and their ties to Economics. She is also the CEO of Equip the Saints, which provides consultation to help nonprofit organizations evaluate their strengths, weaknesses, and sustainability and equips them to further the goals of their own personal missions worldwide.

Learn more about Professor Wheaton by clicking on the following link: http://www.iaes.org/december-2019-member-of-the-month/

In the September 2019 AEJ issue, read Professor Joseph McGarrity's paper "Pressure and the ability to randomize decision...
11/08/2019
Pressure and the ability to randomize decision-making: The case of the pickoff play in Major League Baseball

In the September 2019 AEJ issue, read Professor Joseph McGarrity's paper "Pressure and the ability to randomize decision-making: The case of the pickoff play in Major League Baseball". Professor McGarrity explains how "In mixed strategy games, the ability to randomize decisions is a critical strategic necessity, yet studies show that such rational behavior is sometimes elusive. This paper examines mixed strategy play in a natural setting, by looking at a pitcher’s decision to throw the ball to home plate or to throw it to first base in a pickoff play." Continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11293-019-09631-8
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In mixed strategy games, the ability to randomize decisions is a critical strategic necessity, yet studies show that such rational behavior is sometimes elusive. This paper examines mixed strategy...

In the September 2019 AEJ issue, read Professor Jair N. Ojeda-Joya's paper "The Interdependence Between Commodity-Price ...
11/07/2019
The Interdependence Between Commodity-Price and GDP Cycles: A Frequency-Domain Approach

In the September 2019 AEJ issue, read Professor Jair N. Ojeda-Joya's paper "The Interdependence Between Commodity-Price and GDP Cycles: A Frequency-Domain Approach". Professor Ojeda-Joya explains how "the interdependence between aggregate commodity prices and world gross domestic product (GDP) is studied by performing two empirical exercises with long-run data that starts in the nineteenth century." Continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11293-019-09635-4
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In this paper, the interdependence between aggregate commodity prices and world gross domestic product (GDP) is studied by performing two empirical exercises with long-run data that starts in the...

In the September 2019 AEJ issue, please read Professor Robert Gmeiner's paper "Innovation, Theft, and Market Structure"....
11/06/2019

In the September 2019 AEJ issue, please read Professor Robert Gmeiner's paper "Innovation, Theft, and Market Structure". Professor Gmeiner explains how "Innovation is the source of product differentiation and is protected by intellectual property rights such as patents and trade secrets. This innovation is a target of theft. Naturally, theft decreases incentives for innovation, which harm consumer utility. This paper addresses the link between innovation, theft and market structure." continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11293-019-09636-3
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Join us in Rome on 25-28 March 2020. Experience the thrill of this historic city. Click on the link below for more infor...
10/01/2019
89th International Atlantic Economic Conference: Rome - International Atlantic Economic Society

Join us in Rome on 25-28 March 2020. Experience the thrill of this historic city. Click on the link below for more information on registration and abstract submission! See you there!

http://www.iaes.org/89th-international-atlantic-economic-conference-rome/

The 89th International Atlantic Economic Conference will be held in Rome, Italy, 25-28 March 2020. Rome’s history spans 28 centuries and is the fourth most populous city within the European Union.   Join us in Rome, Italy, a world–renowned locale where old-world charm intertwines with the cit...

In the August 2019 IAER issue read Professor Reinhard Neck and Professor Klaus Weyerstrass paper "Macroeconomic Effects ...
08/26/2019

In the August 2019 IAER issue read Professor Reinhard Neck and Professor Klaus Weyerstrass paper "Macroeconomic Effects of Serbia’s Integration in the EU and the Euro Area". The paper explains how "in 2009, Serbia officially applied for European Union (EU) membership. In 2014, membership negotiations began. After joining the EU, Serbia will have to adopt the euro as legal tender as soon as it fulfils the relevant Maastricht criteria." continue reading in the link below:
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09748-1

In the August 2019 IAER issue read Professor Chonlakan Benjasak and Professor Keshab Bhattarai's paper "General Equilibr...
08/22/2019

In the August 2019 IAER issue read Professor Chonlakan Benjasak and Professor Keshab Bhattarai's paper "General Equilibrium Impacts of VAT and Corporate Income Tax in Thailand". The paper explains how "a computable general equilibrium model of Thailand is constructed in order to assess economy-wide impacts of reforms in the value added tax (VAT) and corporate income tax (CIT) on welfare and reallocation of resources across production sectors in the Thai economy" continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09742-7

In the August 2019 IAER issue read Professor Yuta Saito's paper "Political Representation and Legislative Bargaining ove...
08/21/2019

In the August 2019 IAER issue read Professor Yuta Saito's paper "Political Representation and Legislative Bargaining over Redistribution". Professor Saito explains how the "theories of dynamic legislative bargaining have supposed that the distribution of legislators are constant across periods" continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09749-0

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08/20/2019
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The Society is happy and honored to have Clark University Emeritus Research Professor Attiat F. Ott as its July 2019 Mem...
07/19/2019

The Society is happy and honored to have Clark University Emeritus Research Professor Attiat F. Ott as its July 2019 Member of the Month. Read all about Professor Ott's trajectory from Cairo University to Clark University in the link below:
http://www.iaes.org/july-2019-member-of-the-month/

In the June 2019 AEJ issue read Professor Gylfi Zoega's paper "Greece and the Western Financial Crisis". Professor Zoega...
07/03/2019

In the June 2019 AEJ issue read Professor Gylfi Zoega's paper "Greece and the Western Financial Crisis". Professor Zoega explains how "Greece and the other crisis nations of the Western financial crisis are, to a large extent, victims of a dysfunctional international monetary system that has caused multiple financial crises since the collapse of the Bretton Woods system in 1973" continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11293-019-09614-9

Remember, tomorrow, 15 June 2019 is the DEADLINE to submit your paper to the Best Undergraduate Paper Award competition....
06/14/2019

Remember, tomorrow, 15 June 2019 is the DEADLINE to submit your paper to the Best Undergraduate Paper Award competition. For more information and to submit your paper visit: http://www.iaes.org/how-to-apply/

In the May 2019 IAER issue read Professor Marc H. Vatter's paper "OPEC’s Risk Premia and Volatility in Oil Prices". Prof...
06/05/2019

In the May 2019 IAER issue read Professor Marc H. Vatter's paper "OPEC’s Risk Premia and Volatility in Oil Prices". Professor Vatter explains how the "the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (OPEC’s) revenues are positively correlated with macroeconomic activity" continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09734-7

In the May 2019 IAER issue read Professor Robert G. Murphy's paper "Can the Phillips Curve Explain Inflation over the Pa...
06/03/2019

In the May 2019 IAER issue read Professor Robert G. Murphy's paper "Can the Phillips Curve Explain Inflation over the Past Half-Century?". Professor Murphy explains how the "Standard Phillips curve models of price inflation suggest that the United States should have experienced an episode of deflation during the Great Recession and the subsequent sluggish recovery" continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-019-09730-x

19 days and counting. Submit your paper to BUPA by 15 June 2019. The submission deadline is near. For more information a...
05/28/2019
How To Apply for 2019 - International Atlantic Economic Society

19 days and counting. Submit your paper to BUPA by 15 June 2019. The submission deadline is near. For more information and to submit your paper visit the following link: http://www.iaes.org/how-to-apply/

Guidelines for Submission To be considered for the Best Undergraduate Paper competition, all entries must follow the guidelines below: The paper must conform to AEJ manuscript style instructions, be 10 – 20 pages in length including tables, and be submitted in MS Word format. Papers not followin...

15 June 2019. Mark your calendar as this is the deadline to submit your paper for consideration at the 15th annual Best ...
05/21/2019
How To Apply for 2019 - International Atlantic Economic Society

15 June 2019. Mark your calendar as this is the deadline to submit your paper for consideration at the 15th annual Best Undergraduate Paper Award competition. Four lucky finalists will have the opportunity to present their paper in front of a panel of judges at the 88th International Atlantic Economic Conference in Miami, Florida on 19 October 2019. Click on the following link for detailed instructions on how to submit your paper: http://www.iaes.org/how-to-apply/

Guidelines for Submission To be considered for the Best Undergraduate Paper competition, all entries must follow the guidelines below: The paper must conform to AEJ manuscript style instructions, be 10 – 20 pages in length including tables, and be submitted in MS Word format. Papers not followin...

The Society is happy to welcome Assistant Professor Heather Tierney as our May 2019 Member of the Month. Read all about ...
05/16/2019

The Society is happy to welcome Assistant Professor Heather Tierney as our May 2019 Member of the Month. Read all about the types of projects/research she is working on and more in the following link: http://www.iaes.org/may-2019-member-of-the-month/

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05/10/2019

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Submit your paper to the Best Undergraduate Paper Award competition today! Potentially, you and three lucky finalists wi...
05/09/2019
Best Undergraduate Paper Award - International Atlantic Economic Society

Submit your paper to the Best Undergraduate Paper Award competition today! Potentially, you and three lucky finalists will have the opportunity to present your paper in Miami Florida at the 88th International Atlantic Economic Conference 17-20 October 2019. The Society welcomes you to learn more about BUPA 2019 in the following link: http://www.iaes.org/best-undergraduate-paper-award/

Best Undergraduate Paper AwardNovember 22, 2011by smartguysTo encourage undergraduate interest in economic issues, Cecilia Elena Rouse, President and  Andrew W. Lo, Vice President of the International Atlantic Economic Society cordially invite students to compete in the IAES annual Best Undergradua...

Submit your abstract by midnight TODAY (30 April). Why pay more when you can payless, save $15 on your abstract submissi...
04/30/2019

Submit your abstract by midnight TODAY (30 April). Why pay more when you can payless, save $15 on your abstract submission. To submit your abstract to the Miami 2019 conference visit: https://iaes.confex.com/iaes/88am/cfp.cgi

In the March 2019 AEJ issue read Professor Hamid Raza's co-authored paper "Capital Flows and the Real Economy". Professo...
04/26/2019

In the March 2019 AEJ issue read Professor Hamid Raza's co-authored paper "Capital Flows and the Real Economy". Professor Raza explains how "the effects of capital inflows on the real exchange rate and the growth of output, consumption and investment were explored using data from Iceland from the first quarter of 1997 to the last quarter of 2018." Continue reading in the link below:
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11293-019-09605-w

The Society's Best Undergraduate Paper Competition 2019 submission deadline of 15 June is fast approaching. We look forw...
04/26/2019
Best Undergraduate Paper Award - International Atlantic Economic Society

The Society's Best Undergraduate Paper Competition 2019 submission deadline of 15 June is fast approaching. We look forward to reviewing your submission. For more information about the competition including submission instructions visti: http://www.iaes.org/best-undergraduate-paper-award/

Best Undergraduate Paper AwardNovember 22, 2011by smartguysTo encourage undergraduate interest in economic issues, Cecilia Elena Rouse, President and  Andrew W. Lo, Vice President of the International Atlantic Economic Society cordially invite students to compete in the IAES annual Best Undergradua...

In the March 2019 AEJ issue read Professor Robert Z. Aliber's paper "Financial Crises and Bank Capital". Professor Alibe...
04/25/2019

In the March 2019 AEJ issue read Professor Robert Z. Aliber's paper "Financial Crises and Bank Capital". Professor Aliber explains how "initiatives to promote increased financial regulation after the 2008 global meltdown muddied related symptoms, including the surge in bank loans to sub-prime borrowers caused by the sharp increase in the supply of credit" continue reading in the link below.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11293-019-09610-z

The Society is excited to announce that our next European conference will take place in Rome, Italy on 25-28 March 2020....
04/23/2019
89th International Atlantic Economic Conference: Rome - International Atlantic Economic Society

The Society is excited to announce that our next European conference will take place in Rome, Italy on 25-28 March 2020. For more information visit the following link: http://www.iaes.org/89th-international-atlantic-economic-conference-rome/

The 89th International Atlantic Economic Conference will be held in Rome, Italy, 28-28 March 2020. Rome’s history spans 28 centuries and is the fourth most populous city within the European Union.   Join us in Rome, Italy, a world–renowned locale where old-world charm intertwines with the cit...

Why pay more when you can pay less! Submit your abstract early to the Miami 17-20 October 2019 conference. Click on the ...
04/18/2019

Why pay more when you can pay less! Submit your abstract early to the Miami 17-20 October 2019 conference. Click on the following link to submit your abstract: https://iaes.confex.com/iaes/88am/cfp.cgi

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PUBLICATIONS The IAES publishes two refereed, peer-reviewed journals that are disseminated to economists and the general public. Atlantic Economic Journal: Published quarterly, the AEJ has an international reputation for excellent articles in all interest areas, without regard to fields, methodological, or political preferences. For over 30 years, the AEJ has continuously published articles that traced some of the most critical economic changes and developments to occur on the global level. The journal's goal is to facilitate the synthesis and dissemination of economic research to the public. Contributors include some of the world's most respected economists. However, the AEJ also provides ample opportunity for lesser known but capable economists to publish their research. International Advances in Economic Research: Economic restructuring in a shrinking world demands close analysis and careful interpretation. IAER authors from around the globe look at these issues, coming together in an exchange of multinational ideas. The journal provides economists, financial specialists, and scholars in related disciplines with much-needed opportunities to share their insights with worldwide colleagues. IAER emphasizes the need for perfect freedom of opportunity to research and discuss global economic issues that impact the lives of citizens in all countries. Policy-oriented, empirical, and theoretical research papers in all economic and financial areas are welcome, without regard to methodological preferences, school of thought, or political point of view. CONFERENCES - EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN The International Atlantic Economic Society conducts two educational and scientific conferences each year. The spring conference takes place in Europe and the fall conference takes place in North America. The purpose of the conferences is to bring together educators and scientists interested in the field of economics to share research ideas and educate one another regarding cutting edge economic methodological approaches and theories. Through these conferences, economists have the opportunity to explore the latest worldwide economic issues and to become better acquainted with the work of international colleagues. The conferences provide a forum for discussion of economic issues that affect the general public. They provide a major teaching and learning medium to stimulate critical thinking and encourage research into issues impacting a large percentage of the general public. The goal is to foster freedom of intellectual development and encourage perfect freedom of economic research.

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