Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the yearly international conferences our
efficiency and productivity researchers have been attending for several
decades have been mostly postponed for 2020 and 2021.
One exception was the highly successful virtual NAPW (vNAPW XI) hosted by Christopher Parmeter and the University of Miami, June 8-12
We anticipate that during a similar period in 2021 a virtual ISEaPA conference will be again be hosted by Christopher Parmeter and the University of Miami, filling the spaces of the in-person international conferences that we would normally be hosting in the 2020 and 2021.
Our current plans are to reengage with in-person conferences beginning in late 2021 and mid-year 2022. The tentative schedule for ISEaPA-sponsored conferences and their local organizer(s) are:
International Association of Agricultural Economists/Productivity Conference of the Americas (IAAE/PCA)-November 8, 2021, Moteveado, Uruguay (Boris Bravo-Ureta and Frederico García)
European Workshop on Efficiency and Productivity Analysis (EWEPA)-June 22-24, 2022, Porto, Portugal (Maria Conceição Portela Silva)
International Association of Agricultural Economists/Productivity Conference of the Americas (IAAE/PCA)-November, 2022, Moteveado, Uruguay (Boris Bravo-Ureta and Frederico García)
North American Productivity Workshop (NAPW)-June, 2023, Coral Gables, Florida (Christopher Parmeter)
Asia-Pacific Productivity Conference (APPC) July 1-4, 2023, Taipei (Hung-Jen Wang)
From: Jun 08, 2020 through Jun 12, 2020The virtual North American Productivity Workshop XI will be hosted by the Miami Herbert Business School and the University of Miami from June 8-12, 2020, with 6 keynote speakers, 25 parallel sessions and over 190 academics from all six continents.
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