The first European conference on the macroeconomic modelling of research and innovation will take place online this September. Economic literature including quantitative macro and micro-economic and qualitiative studies recognise R&II as being key tools for long-term growth and prosperity. Yet the macroeconomic models used in R&I policymaking appear to be falling short in their estimates and evidence.
The conference will contribute to the further enhancement of these tools to support public policymaking in scientific, technological and economic development.
The event, which takes place across two afternoons, is open to scholars in relevant fields, economists, central banks, national and regional governments and policy-makers.
For the agenda and the live stream link, click here.