The Augustin Cournot Doctoral Days (ACDD) is an international event dedicated to the promotion of excellence in doctoral research. The conference aims to offer Ph.D. candidates an academic environment to present their latest work, discuss with senior researchers and share ideas with other international colleagues in the cosmopolitan European capital of Strasbourg.
We invite you to submit preliminary papers to www.acdd-conference.org until February 15th, 2019. Selected papers will be notified by March 15th, 2019.
Topics of interest
Papers are accepted in the following fields: economics, management, finance, science & technology studies, epistemology, history of economic thought.
Yann Bramoullé and Christian Gollier
The ACDD includes parallel and plenary sessions. Accepted papers will be presented in parallel sessions. Each presentation is limited to 20 minutes, followed by a 10-minute discussion with a senior discussant. Plenary sessions are scheduled during the two days with participation from invited keynote speakers.
Awards for best papers
Three "ACDD Best Paper Awards" will be granted during the ceremony at the Strasbourg’s historical city hall on the final evening. The prize selection will be entrusted to members of the scientific advisory committee. We will consider only complete papers that are submitted within the deadline and that have not been published in any academic journal. Please note that nominees must be currently enrolled as Ph.D. students.
The registration fee is 80 Euros. This sum covers all-day refreshments, lunches, dinner, cocktail and other activities.
We look forward to seeing you in Strasbourg! The steering committee
Benoît Dicharry, Youssef Zaiter, Marie Stadge, Laurianne Schmitt, Marie Blum,
Kristin Limbach, Marion Payen, Arnaud Wolff, Maho Nakagawa, Tiet-Tong Tuye