The congress will be hybrid: all presenters have to be in person at Bocconi University, Milan, while non-presenting participants can join the sessions virtually.
Joining Virtual Sessions as a virtual participant
All sessions on the programme will be available to watch on Zoom for virtual participants. To join any session, you need to be logged into this platform (log in area at the top right side of platform / email is your registration email).
Once you are logged in, please go to the session you wish to view and to enter the ZOOM, you need to click the JOIN ROOM button (with the video camera icon).
There is a waiting room for virtual participants so the room assistant will let all virtual participants in just before the session starts. Please do join a few minutes before the START of the session to ensure no delay. All virtual participants will be set to mute so if you wish to interact during the session, please use the "hands up" function and the Chair or room assistant will unmute you.
FURTHER INDICATIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS JOINING IN PERSON :
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The conference will take place at Bocconi University, Milan. As your entry point, please use Via Röntgen 1 entrance. All EEA-ESEM sessions and networking will take place in the Via Röntgen building, Piazza Sraffa building, and Sarfatti 10 (New Bocconi Campus) . Click here for an overview these buildings (numbers 1, 6 & 8 on map).
Via Röntgen building - Registration point, Aula Magna and coffee and lunch stations
Piazza Sraffa building - Session rooms N20 - N39
Sarfatti 10 (New Bocconi Campus) - Coffee stations and session rooms starting with "E"
Note that the first number in the session rooms list refers to the floor number
The conference will take place at Bocconi University, Milan, which is located around 15-minutes walk from Piazza del Duomo (considered the central point of Milan) and around 10-minutes from the famous Navigli district.
Travel within Milan to Bocconi University
August is a very big holiday period in Italy and lots of cities close up and head to the sea or mountains. This means that whilst there is less traffic in Milan, lots of public transportation services run on a reduced timetable. Please plan your daily journey in advance to ensure that you arrive at your sessions in time. You can plan your journey on the ATM network planner here. When planning your journey, please enter "Università Bocconi, Milano" as point of arrival / departure. If you wish to rent a bike to get around, please click here for the public bike-sharing service within Milan.
NOTE: FFP2 masks are needed to travel on public transport in Italy.
Coming directly to Bocconi from arrival points outside Milan? Click here for more info.
Technical Information for Presenters.
The registration desk is located on the ground floor in the Via Röntgen building, the entry point of EEA-ESEM 2022 (it will be signposted) and will open at 10:00 on Monday, August 22. It will remain open until 17:30 on day 1 and will then open from 08:30 to 17:30 on days 2, 3 and 4 of congress and from 08:30 to 12:30 on day 5.
Your name badge
Your name badge can be picked up from the registration point. It must be worn at all times and you can only access the buildings with this name badge on. On your name badge, there is room to insert 3 stickers which indicate your research fields. The codes are:
App - Applied Microeconomics
B&E - Behavioural & Experimental
Dev - Development
Met - Econometrics
Th - Theory
Emp - Empirical
EE - Environmental Economics
Fin - Finance
IO - Industrial Organisation
Int - International
Lab - Labour
Mac - Macroeconomics
PE - Political Economy
Pub - Public Economics
Coffee stations, lunches and water distributors
Coffee stations will be located on floor -1 in the Via Röntgen building and in the study areas on floors 1 and 2 in the Sarfatti 10 (New Bocconi Campus) building. The coffee stations will be open from 9:00 to 17:30 on days 1 to 4 of the congress. On day 5, it will be open from 09:00 to end of last session. Lunches will be served on floor -1 in the Via Röntgen building. There will be various water distributors around the Bocconi campus where you can fill up your water bottles, which will be provided to all participants on arrival.
If you have requested on the registration form for a gluten free or vegan menu, please go to floor -1 in the Via Röntgen building and speak to one of the catering staff. They will provide you with the correct box.
As mentioned in all email communications, there will be no printed programme distributed. This platform is the only means of full congress information and is updated in live time. It is important to note that if you are using it on your mobile phone, please keep the hamburger menu (the 3 white lines under the logo) open to view the full programme, presenters and all information on logistics.
If you wish, a pdf version of programme can be accessed here. It will not be updated in real time.
WiFi will be available throughout the venue.
Network: EEA-ESEM CONGRESS
If you are on the Eduroam network, you are encouraged to use this.
There will be a number of activities connected to field and interest networking happening during the official coffee breaks and lunches of the congress. Please keep an eye on the FORUM area of the platform or on the FLASH BANNERS that will appear on the site to find out where and when they will happen.
Coronavirus Protocols (including face coverings)
The Covid-19 situation in Italy is much improved since the height of the pandemic and life has almost returned to full normality. Nevertheless, Covid has not gone away and so we are asking you to take sensible precautions during EEA-ESEM 2022. Sanitisers will be available in the venue and you are advised to use them. During sessions, we would ask you to wear a face mask and during coffee breaks and networking events to keep some distance if possible. By exercising a little caution, we can hope for a safe event for everyone.
For more information on Bocconi University’s health and safety measures on campus, please visit here.
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Want To Write A Media Briefing For EEA-ESEM 2022?
Do you want your paper presented at EEA-ESEM 22 to be a success in terms of press coverage? One way to achieve this is by drafting a good non-technical summary of the paper. The summary should help make the research accessible to a wider public, setting out why the work is important and what you hope it shows. It should not be the abstract of your paper!
With the help of the EEA media consultant, Romesh Vaitilingam, and the team at Communicating Economics, we encourage you to read their tips here to prepare your own media briefing. Your media briefing will become public under your profile page and all journalists will be able to filter through the presenters who have written media briefings. We will actively engage with journalists during the course of the congress.
If you'd like to see some examples of press releases, you can visit here
Certificate of Attendance / Presentation
Anybody requiring a certificate of attendance or presentation are requested to go to registration point during the congress.