Workshop on the Use of Surveys for Economic Policy

EEA
Presenter(s) Type Length Chair Room Number Add to calendar
Julie Delanote Dominik Boddin Dimitris Georgarakos Geert Langenus Lunch Sessions, Panel & Workshop 28/08 09:30 CEST
90
mins
Laurent Maurin
40.012
Add to Calendar 2023-08-28 09:30:00 2024-06-13 01:15:30 EEA-ESEM 2023: Workshop on the Use of Surveys for Economic Policy. Room: 40.012 The workshop will discuss the use of surveys in for economic research and policy. Central banks, policy institutions and academia are regularly using insights from survey data to inform policy decisions. For example, surveys on households, firms and financial institutions can supplement information from “hard” economic data and provide timely insights on the impact of sudden and unexpected events on the economy, such as the COVID-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine. In this workshop, leading researchers will discuss recent empirical research using survey data. The sessions will give practical examples based on different types of surveys and discuss the advantages and limitation of using survey data for economic research and policy. The workshop will discuss the use of surveys in for economic research and policy. Central banks, policy institutions and academia are regularly using insights from survey data to inform policy decisions. For example, surveys on households, firms and financial institutions can supplement information from “hard” economic data and provide timely insights on the impact of sudden and unexpected events on the economy, such as the COVID-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine. In this workshop, leading researchers will discuss recent empirical research using survey data. The sessions will give practical examples based on different types of surveys and discuss the advantages and limitation of using survey data for economic research and policy. EEA-ESEM 2023 congress@eeassoc.org Europe/Rome public

The workshop will discuss the use of surveys in for economic research and policy. Central banks, policy institutions and academia are regularly using insights from survey data to inform policy decisions. For example, surveys on households, firms and financial institutions can supplement information from “hard” economic data and provide timely insights on the impact of sudden and unexpected events on the economy, such as the COVID-19 crisis and the war in Ukraine. In this workshop, leading researchers will discuss recent empirical research using survey data. The sessions will give practical examples based on different types of surveys and discuss the advantages and limitation of using survey data for economic research and policy.