The EWACE workshop is over! Many thanks for coming. It was a great success. The EWACE received 50 percent more submissions compared the previous workshop. Acceptance rate was about 60-70 percent. No late withdrawls.
Workshop ended with guided tour in the Belvedere museum. The english guide was 40 min late. Enough time to make some fotos. Late arrival was more than compensated by a "virtuoso performance, upstaging even the paintings of Klimt!" (O'Hagan). See a foto of selected participants of the guided tour in the Belvedere museum Sep 5
Looking forward to organise the next workshop in 2016.
The local organiser
7th European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics
September 4-5, 2015
Austrian Institute of Economic Research
Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) is organising the 7th European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics.
Location: WIFO (Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung), Arsenal, Objekt 20, 1030-Vienna, Austria
Dates: 2015 September 4-5
Workshop will start with an informal get-together on September 3, 18:30
location WIFO terrace
The submission deadline for extended abstracts is expired (deadline was May 31, 2015)
The workshop will consist of about 30 papers and the number of participants will be limited to around 50. Each presentation will be allocated 30 minutes including comment from a nominated discussant and a general discussion. Each presenter is willing to serve as a discussant.
Selection of abstract: Interested researchers should send a one page abstract of their paper written in English by email attachment to Antonello Eugenio Scorcu [email@example.com] by May 31, 2015.
Deadline for submission of abstracts – May 31, 2015
Notification of provisional paper acceptance – June 15, 2015
Provisional programme – July 13, 2015
Full papers to be submitted – August 19, 2015
Final registration deadline – August 19, 2015
Papers sent to discussant – August 21, 2015
Please note that the registration fee is €40 for ACEI-members and €140 for non-members (used to cover conference dinner, lunch etc). It is possible to attend the workshop without presenting a paper. PhD students are very welcome to attend as listeners or to present research ideas (poster presentation on Saturday). PhD students do not have to pay the conference fee (limited number). Participants must cover fully their own travel expenses.
40€ for ACEI-members
140€ for non-members
0€ for PhD students in cultural economics (dinner not included).
registration form see here (in PDF)
registration form see here (in DOC)
You have the possibility of becoming a member of Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) for only EUR 90 per year and benefit of the membership (including reduced workshop fees in ACEI workshops). For further details on the ACEI membership please have a look at the homepage
European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics (EWACE)
The European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics (EWACE) was founded in 1990 and is intended to provide a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of quantitative methods in cultural economics, as well as cultural-related applications of mathematical economics, experimental economics and other quantitative approaches (e.g. applied micro and macroeconometric approaches). Possible topics include aspects of industrial organization of cultural products and services (e.g. pricing, trade), labour market issues of artists (e.g. wages, cultural participation), spillovers and externalities of firms in the cultural setor (agglomeration) and studies on demand elasticities. Participation of interested researchers and policy makers from all countries is welcome.
Series organizers and Scientific Committee
Karol J. Borowiecki, University of Southern Denmark
John W. O’Hagan, Professor of Economics Trinity College, University of Dublin
A. E. Scorcu, Professor of Economic Policy, University of Bologna
R. Zanola, Professor of Public Finance, University of Eastern Piedmont
6th European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics 2013
University of Ljubljana, September 5-7, 2013 for papers see here
5th European Workshop on Applied Cultural Economics 2011, Dublin Trinity college
Martin Falk, Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO)