European Job Market for Economics PhDs, Rotterdam, December 18-19, 2019

After the large success in the previous year, the European Economic Association will launch the second pan-European Job Market for Economics PhD students in Rotterdam on December 18-19, 2019. The steady improvement of academic programs in Europe and the supply of high quality PhD’s have reached a level that suggests that there is scope for a Pan-European job market that would work as a complement to the existing markets. The aim is to generate a thicker and better functioning market for PhD students in economics. This year, also the Spanish and the British job markets have joined the European job market. Registration for employers for the 2019 edition is already open.

More information is available at

Please note that meeting rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, so early registration by central banks wanting to interview in meeting rooms (as opposed to regular hotel rooms) is advisable. While CEBRA is not involved in this initiative operationally or formally, we are happy to spread the news and encourage everyone to consider participating.

Invitation to the public high-level panels of CEBRA’s 2019 Annual Meetings, July 19, Columbia University, New York

The 2019 Annual Meeting of the Central Bank Research Association (CEBRA) will take place at the Columbia SIPA on July 19-20. There are two options to attend this meeting: 

  • It is possible to attend the entire two-day CEBRA Annual Meetings taking place on July 19-20. To register for the full meeting, register here (a registration fee applies; registration closes June 15th). 
  • In additional, Columbia SIPA and the Central Bank Research Association (CEBRA) have the pleasure to invite you to the public high-level panels. Admission to the public high-level panels is free. To register for the public high-level panels, which take place alongside the 2019 Annual Meetings, register here

Access the invitation (pdf) here.

Invitation Public Panel Discussion