Arranged around the theme of “Economics in the Age of Algorithms, A.I., and Experimentation,” TEC2021 will bring together hundreds of economists, data scientists, and business leaders to discuss and demonstrate how applications of A.I.-based computing, machine learning, A/B testing, behavioral economics and other tools are impacting businesses by improving customer experiences, enhancing efficiencies, and driving profitability. Economists from industry, academia, and policy will elaborate on the emerging and future data science needs in economic research and practice. Now in its fifth year, TEC2021 is cohosted by Founding Partners Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.
Last year, over 1,000 attendees joined the virtual TEC conference.
TEC2021 will also include the NABE Industry Job Fair.
Susan Athey, Economics of Technology Professor, Stanford University
Pat Bajari, VP Core AI and Chief Economist, Amazon
Mary Daly, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Hal Varian, Chief Economist, Google
...and many more!
Attending TEC2021? Prep with reading material: Economists (and Economics) in Tech Companies by Susan Athey and Michael Luca
NABE thanks the Founding Partners and Sponsors of the 2021 Tech Economics Conference:
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NABE Member Registration: $200
U.S. Government Employees: $250
Non-Member Registration (Incl. one-year membership): $350
NABE Student Member**: $50
Student Non-Member** (incl. one-year membership dues): $80
FREE TEC2021 Registration for Graduate Student Job Candidates
Open to full time economics grad students seeking a job before June 2022 only.
Questions? Contact [email protected]