The ninth Vietnam Economists Annual Meeting
on 11th – 12th August 2016 in Da Nang City, Vietnam.
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The ninth Vietnam Economists Annual Meeting

VEAM 2016

The Vietnam Economists Annual Meeting (VEAM) is an annual meeting organized for economists and social researchers around the world to present their scholarly studies and works. This year, Da Nang University of Economics, the Development and Policies Research Center (DEPOCEN), the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), and Foreign Trade University (FTU) will host the Ninth Vietnam Economists Annual Meeting (VEAM 2016).

VEAM 2016 will take place on 11th – 12th August 2015 in Da Nang City, Vietnam.

VEAM brings together economists, social scientists and PhD students from Vietnam and all over the world to exchange their ideas on economics, finance and management. The meeting provides an opportunity to nurture a worldwide network of Vietnamese economists and other social scientists, expand and consolidate cooperation in scientific researches. It is an opportunity for Vietnamese universities, economics, finance and management schools, governmental agencies and companies to learn and experience high quality scholarly research. The meeting will include a variety of other activities, including informal discussions between junior and senior researchers, presentations by leading international economists, and distinguished guests.

The four keynote speakers for VEAM 2016 are:

1. Markus Brueckner (Queensland University).

2. Duc-Tho Nguyen (Griffith University).

3. Makoto Tawada (Aichi Gakuin University).

4. Wei Zhou (Paris Business School).

The conference is now open to registration and calling for papers (see Workshop Program, Call for Papers and Registration page for details). Registration is free for presenters of accepted papers. Financial support for domestic travel (economy class) and accommodations are available on a limited and first come first served basis. Priority is given to PhD students and early career researchers.

Newspaper and television reporters are welcome to register for an official seat at the two-day meeting (see Registration page for details)