Every summer, Stanford Economics hosts a series of workshop sessions in economic theory and mathematical economics. This program is known as the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE).
Each SITE session combines leading senior researchers in the topic area with economists newer to the field who would benefit from attending. We make a special effort to identify those economists and offer assistance to attend. Overseen by SITE Director Avner Greif, sessions are organized in a decentralized fashion by small groups of economists and other SITE associates, along with selected senior collaborators from outside Stanford.
See session descriptions and call for papers deadlines listed below.
Presenting at a session
If you wish to present at a session, please submit your paper for consideration.
Attending a session
Sessions are open to all, but pre-registration is required: please complete the pre-registration form.
(Confirmed presenters do not need to register unless attending additional sessions.)