The Prof. Dr. Marijan Hanžeković Trust invites entries for the annual award of the Prof. Dr. Marijan Hanžeković Prize. Croatian and foreign nationals have the right to submit works in the regular prize category.
For the student prize, students in post-graduate courses at home and abroad may enter. Only original and unpublished works can be entered. Co-authorship is permitted, in which case the prize will be divided.
The competition is open, and works are submitted under a pseudonym. The authors have to write the pseudonym and the category of prize being competed for (i.e., the regular or the student prize), and alongside the text submit a sealed envelope in which are the pseudonym, the completed application form, and the curriculum vitae of the author. The deadline for submission is June 1, 2015.
For detailed information please visit the IJF link.
The Faculty of Economics, University of Split is organising its 11th International Conference “Challenges of Europe: Growth, Competitiveness and Inequality” on the island of Hvar, Croatia from Wednesday 27th to Friday 29th May 2015. The keynote speakers will be Joseph E. Stiglitz and Peter Nijkamp. The submission process for conference papers is still open until the end of March 2015. For more information please follow the EFST conference link.
The GDN Next Horizons Essay Contest is being held in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on the theme of the future of development assistance. The contest invites fresh thinking related to the future of aid that can inform the ongoing discourse on development assistance and to make this thinking available to policymakers and key stakeholders.
Essays of up to 5000 words are being invited in English, French or Spanish. The essays must explore innovative ways of making aid more effective and to shape the development assistance system of the future. Up to 20 winning entries will receive up to USD 20,000 each and some of the winning essays will be promoted by GDN and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The closing date is 15 September, 2014.
Detailed information on the contest, the theme and on how to apply is available on www.gdn.int/nexthorizons.
The Oesterreichische Nationalbank has a long tradition of supporting science and academic research. In this spirit, the OeNB introduced the Olga Radzyner Award, which is bestowed on excellent young economists from Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe and which commemorates Olga Radzyner, former Head of the OeNB’s Foreign Research Division. This year, the award is to be conferred for the 15th time at the Conference on European Economic Integration (CEEI), which will take place in Vienna from November 24 to 25, 2014, and will focus on “The Rebalancing Challenge in Europe – Perspectives for CESEE.”
The submitted work should be in the form of a working paper or a scientific article and should focus on European economic integration. Four applicants younger than 35 are to receive a single payment of EUR 3,000 each.
For more details please follow the OeNB link.