The Annual IEA Conference took place at the Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick on 4-5 May 2022. Over 70 papers were presented in 21 sessions over the two days. Keynote speakers Sandra Black (Columbia) and Silvana Tenreyro (LSE and Bank of England) participated remotely. Many thanks to the local organisers, UL, and Dónal Palcic in particular, for the expert organisation of the event. The conference programme can be found here. Photo highlights of the conference are below.

 

Kickoff session at IEA 2022!

 

Congratulations to Irene Mosca and Anne Nolan on winning the 2022 Novartis prize for the Best Health Economics paper.

Congratulations to Eugenia Frezza (TCD) for winning the new ISWE Prize for Best Paper by a Woman Economist [Click here to read a summary of Eugenia’s award-winning paper]. 

Prof Silvana Tenreyro giving the Edgeworth lecture on climate change pledge.

Prof. Sandra Black giving the ESR lecture on “Where Does Wealth Come From?”

Simone Arrigoni (TCD) presenting at his first in-person conference.

Lucie Martin (UCD) presents on inequalities in admin burdens.

Vincent O’Sullivan (UL) presents on coal bans and lung disease.

Karina Doorley (ESRI) asks whether Covid-19 increased the gender wage gap.

Matthew Shannon (Northumberland University) presenting on intergenerational mobility and sexual orientation status.

The inaugural IEA-ISWE 5km run!

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