NB. For the most recent ERMAS conference edition (in preparation, the 7th ed.) scroll down till "NEW! ERMAS 2020".
Information in English about the 1st edition (18-22 August 2014; UBB, Cluj-Napoca) of the Annual Scientific Conferences of Romanian Academic Economists from Abroad (ERMAS), the first and one of the major objectives of EconAcademia. See also the related Call for Papers in English (although in this first, 2014, edition only Romanian or Romanian-speaking economists could submit papers) or the associated 'continuing-education' type of Course offered. The translation of the conference program in English is also available: General Program Structure and respectively Detailed Sessions Program (with Last Minute Changes Annex)! The brochure of the ERMAS 2014 conference gathers most of these separate conference documents (without the last minute changes PDF from above), including also a list of participants to this first conference edition. Browse through a great photo gallery from the ERMAS 2014 edition of the conference. Finally, we have also compiled and continue to update the press coverage of ERMAS 2014 in a single PDF with links (all in Romanian or Hungarian...)-- including coverage of our winning in March 2015 the Foreign Policy Romania "Top 100: People and Ideas that Move Romania" Prize, category "Ideas/Projects", for initiating the ERMAS conference.
The 2nd ERMAS edition (29-31 July 2015; again in Cluj-Napoca) finished. Direct link to the Call for Papers in English. The final program in English is directly available in the following PDFs: General Structure ERMAS 2015 and respectively Detailed Program Sessions ERMAS 2015. A short and intensive Game Theory Course was also be offered in connection with the ERMAS 2015 conference, a day before (28th of July). Here's the list of the registered participants for this 2nd ERMAS edition. Browse also--but you will need to read some Romanian-- through the press coverage of the ERMAS 2015 event. Or watch pics from the fantastic ERMAS 2015 photo-gallery, where you do not necessarily need to know Romanian.
ERMAS 2017, the 4th ERMAS conference edition, took place at Babes-Bolyai University, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, between 26 and 28 July 2017. For full information on this conference edition, see the ERMAS 2017 conference website, including, for instance, the conference program: General Structure and respectively Detailed Structure. The Call for Papers had the deadline for submissions set for 15 April 2017, 23.59 Bucharest time. Check out also the minibiographies of our keynote speakers this year. Foreign participants in the conference audience could register here until the (extended) deadline of 20 July. The short and intensive free course associated with the ERMAS 2017 conference took place on the 25th of July (the day before the conference): "Topics in Empirical Industrial Organization"; those interested in the course could subscribe here, until the same July 20th deadline. You can consult the list of participants to ERMAS 2017 (those registered to the conference through the online registration system; NB. does not include, e.g., the keynote speakers) and you can browse through the list of ERMAS 2017 press exposure links (only in Romanian). Finally, you can visit the main ERMAS 2017 photo-gallery (and if you still have time, you can see further photos, from one of the social events).
ERMAS 2018, the 5th ERMAS edition, took place at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania, between 25 and 27 July 2018. Please see our ERMAS 2018 website that includes all the conference coordinates (and was constantly updated before and during the conference). Among others, here is the Call for Papers, with the paper submission deadline set for 15 April 2018 (exceptionally extended to 22 April 2018). You can consult a document containing the minibiographies of our keynote speakers this year, or the minibiography of the instructor for the intensive minicourse associated with the ERMAS 2018 conference; you can also register for the conference and/ or subscribe for the minicourse. The conference program is now available: ERMAS 2018 general structure and respectively ERMAS 2018 detailed program! Finally, you can browse through an archive with information about all the previous editions of the conference (here for English only). Stay tuned for news and updates, checking also our Econacademia twitter!
ERMAS 2019, the 6th ERMAS conference edition, will take place at Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, between July 29 - August 2, 2019. Please see our ERMAS 2019 website that includes all the conference coordinates.
The conference program is now available online. Here is the Call for Papers, with the paper submission deadline set for April 1st, 2019. Check out also the minibiographies of our keynote speakers this year. Foreign participants in the conference audience could register here until 20th of July. The short and intensive free course associated with the ERMAS 2019 conference will take place on the 30th of July (the day before the conference) and 31st of July: "Real Business Cycle models" (Cosmin Ilut, Duke University); those interested in the course could subscribe here, until the same July 20th deadline. Finally, you can browse through an archive with information about all the previous editions of the conference (here for English only). Stay tuned for news and updates, checking also our Econacademia twitter!
NEW! ERMAS 2020, the 7th ERMAS conference edition will take place at Lucian Blaga Univeristy of Sibiu, Romania, between 29-31 July 2020. Please see our ERMAS 2020 website that includes all the conference coordinates.
!!! Due to travel restrictions imposed by the current COVID19 situation, the 2020 edition of the ERMAS conference was cancelled!
Lucian Blaga University will host the 2021 edition (last week of July) with the same line-up of (already confirmed) keynotes!!!
Work in progress on this website. Latest update at 20-06-2019.