Solicitud de trabajos - Asociación Española de Economía del Trabajo

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 1-3 Julio de 2015
The Asociación Española de Economía del Trabajo (AEET) celebrates the XI Jornadas de Economía Laboral in
Bellaterra, in July 01-03 2015, organized by the Departament d’Economia Aplicada at the Universitat
Autònoma de Barcelona.
The conference is intended to be a discussion forum on key labor market issues, both related to its operation
and performance, and the associated labor market policies. Since its first edition, in 1995, the Jornadas de
Economía Laboral has become the main meeting point for economists from different universities and research
centers in Spain interested in the study of the labor market. The aim of the conference is, first, to promote and
disseminate studies in labor economics and, second, to help train and develop experts in this field, and promote
academic and professional contacts and exchanges, confronting the work and research on key labor market
issues among national and international researchers and institutions interested in this field. The official
languages of the conference are Spanish and English. Detailed information is available here:
Call for papers
The organization of the Conference calls for the submission of papers, both theoretical and empirical, related to
any field of labour economics. These papers can be submitted in PDF digital format by filling the submission
form available here: To help us with the organization of the
presentations, the name of the submitted file should start with the surname of the author responsible for the
presentation of the paper (“Surname_*.Pdf”).
Apart from completed papers, long abstracts are also accepted. These long abstracts should be sufficiently
extensive to allow the evaluation of the paper’s contribution by the scientific committee, and thus facilitate the
selection process of proposals. Therefore, it should have a minimum length of 1,000 words, and include a clear
presentation of the objectives, methodology, data, and preliminary results, together with the name(s) of the
author(s), affiliation, address and contact, and up to 5 keywords, together with the corresponding JEL codes. In
the relevant section of the submission form, the closest area to the topic of the paper needs to be selected from
the following list:
1. Human capital
2. Returns to education
3. Educational mismatch
4. Employment (micro)
5. Employment (macro)
6. Job search
7. Wage distribution
8. Wage inequality
9. Wages (macro)
10. Productivity (micro)
11. Productivity (macro)
12. Gender discrimination
13. Job satisfaction
14. Job segregation
15. Contracts and labour relations
16. Labour market reforms
17. Job quality
18. Health and the labour market
19. Unemployment (micro)
20. Unemployment (macro)
21. Regional labour market
22. Migration
23. Others
Departament d’Economia Aplicada de la UAB
Asociación Española de Economía del Trabajo
Important dates
 March 29: Deadline for submission of proposals.
 April 19: Acceptance decisions notified for submitted proposals.
 May 17: Deadline for submission of complete manuscripts.
 April 19 to May 17: Early registration at reduced fees (requires completing the registration form, and
thus uploading pdfs of the bank transfer receipt —or cash payment—, and the completed paper).
Compulsary for presenting authors.
 May 18 to July 03: Late registration at standard fees (requires completing the registration form, and
uploading the pdf of the bank transfer receipt —or cash payment).
 July 01: Econometrics course.
 02 y 03 de julio: Conference.
Scientific committee (Governing Board of the AEET):
Ms. Begoña Cueto Iglesias (Universidad de Oviedo)
Ms. Mª Ángeles Davia Rodríguez (Universidad de Castilla La Mancha)
Ms. Raquel Llorente Heras (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Mr. Alfonso Moral de Blas (Universidad de Valladolid)
Ms. Gloria Moreno Raymundo (Universidad de Alcalá)
Ms. Elisabet Motellón Corral (Universitat de Barcelona)
Mr. Raúl Ramos Lobo (Universitat de Barcelona)
Mr. César Rodríguez Gutiérrez (Universidad de Oviedo)
Mr. Hector Sala Lorda (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)