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All sessions will take place at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.
The hotel offers a host of premium amenities and spacious hotel rooms and suites as well as waterfront views of the bustling Seaport District.
The Renaissance Hotel is also one of the
premier event destination in the area, with over 20,000 square feet of versatile venue space and an incomparable waterfront location.
The hotel's fantastic placement in the Seaport District locates you near many renowned landmarks, such as the Innovation District, the Seaport World Trade Center,
and the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Boston, first incorporated as a town in 1630, and as a city in 1822, is one of America's oldest cities, with a rich economic and
social history. What began as a homesteading community eventually evolved into a center for social and political change. Boston has since become the economic and cultural hub of New England. As the region's hub, Boston is home to over 617,000 residents, many institutions of higher education, some of the world's finest inpatient hospitals, and numerous cultural and professional sports organizations. Boston-based jobs, primarily within the finance, health care, educational, and service areas, numbered nearly 660,000 in 2002.
Millions of people visit Boston to take in its historic neighborhoods, attend cultural or sporting events, and conduct business.
Steven Berry is the David Swensen Professor of Economics and the former Director of the Division of Social Sciences at Yale University.
He specializes in econometrics and industrial organization. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and a winner of the Frisch Medal.
In April 2014, he was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
He is most famous for Berry Levinsohn Pakes (BLP) and other approaches to demand estimation.
He received his B.A. from Northwestern University in 1980 and an M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1985 and 1989.
Conference Administrator: Kathy Downey,
Industrial Organization Society
c/o Kathy Downey
Department of Economics
301 Lake Hall
Boston, MA 02115-5000
Phone Number: 617-373-2887
Fax Number: 617-373-3640