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Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series

The Carnegie-Rochester Conference on Public Policy was initiated in the early 1970s by the Bradley Policy Research Center at the William E. Simon School of Business Administration at the University of Rochester and the Center for the Study of Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. New York University's Stern School of Business later joined as a conference host institution. The principal objectives of the semi-annual conferences are to stimulate policy relevance and empirical research in economic science, to facilitate the exchange of scientific ideas among analysts with different perspectives and approaches, and to generate greater understanding by academic economists of practitioners' environments. Each conference has a particular theme with papers prepared by leading scholars with relevant expertise. Participants are united by their interest in the issues discussed and by their conviction that analysis, evidence, and informed discussion have lasting effects on the public and its institutions. The conference receives financial support from the National Science Foundation and from its host institutions.

dHealth Executive Summit 2019

The d.health Summit, held annually since 2015, has brought together hundreds of leaders from the health, technology, finance, and policy fields to discuss the challenges and opportunities in serving America’s aging population. Speakers and attendees exchange ideas in a setting aimed at fostering new relationships and encouraging disruptive technological and process innovations to revolutionize the lives of seniors in the United States and beyond.  Please visit www.dhealthsummit.org for more information.

Journal of Accounting and Economics Conference

The Journal of Accounting and Economics is a premier academic journal that encourages the application of economic theory to the explanation of accounting phenomena. It provides a forum for the publication of the highest quality manuscripts which employ economic analyses of accounting problems. The JAE was founded at the University of Rochester in 1979. In recent decades, the JAE has been holding annual conferences that rotate among several JAE-affiliated schools, including the Simon Business School, MIT, and the Wharton School. Each conference draws over 150 leading scholars from around the country and around the world. Speakers and attendees exchange ideas and participate in stimulating discussions to foster innovative and economics-based accounting research.  

IT Teaching Workshop 2020

The IT Teaching Workshop is the primary mechanism by which the Information Systems community shares teaching innovations and materials and is regularly attended by 40 – 50 of the top people in the Information Systems community. Roy Jones and Avi Seidmann of the Simon School have co-chaired the conferences the last three years with colleagues from the University of Pennsylvania (2019), Boston University (2018), and University of California Irvine (2017). In addition, the Simon School has hosted the conference website each of these years, handling registration and sharing of materials including videos of the talks.

 
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