Venue, Travel, Accommodation & Logistics
The conference will take place at Luiss University, Viale Romania, 32, 00197, Rome, which is situated in the lively Parioli neighbourhood.
Travel within Rome to LUISS University
Rome has an integrated public transport network that includes metro, bus, tram and urban railway service. However, 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 Rome, 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.
There are 3 metro lines: A, B and C. They circulate from 5:30am to 11:30pm. On Friday and Saturday, the service is extended until 1:30am. Single tickets, valid for 100 minutes, cost € 1.50.
You can purchase ROMA48H (€ 12.50) or ROMA72H (€ 18.00) tickets, valid respectively 48 and 72 hours from first validation and for unlimited journeys in the territory of Rome.
Tickets must be bought before boarding the bus, metro or tram, and must be validated at the beginning of the journey. Passengers found without a valid ticket will have to pay a fine between € 50 and € 100.
You can plan your journey on the ATAC network planner here. When planning your journey, please enter “Viale Romania” as point of arrival / departure.
If you wish to rent a e-bike / scooters to get around, there are a number of e-bike / scooters sharing companies operating in Rome.
To book a Taxi, call (+39) 06.3570. It is uncommon to hail a cab in the street. Instead, you generally need to wait at a designated taxi rank or book it in advance. Taxi Apps are also available, such as Free Now, it Taxi, Wetaxi (and many others). These can sometimes be quicker and easier to use than the phone lines. It is strongly recommended to specify if you want to pay by credit card, either while reserving the pick-up service or while getting into a taxi.
Please ensure you use a licensed taxi. These are painted white, have “taxi” lights on the roof, and have Comune di Roma decals (with the taxi’s license number) on the doors.
Coming directly to LUISS from arrival points outside Rome?
From Roma Termini Train Station:
- By taxi: Estimated taxi fare €12
- By bus: n. 360, “Muse” direction, 12 stops
- By metro + tram: Metro MEB1 (Jonio) until Policlinico station, then tram 3L or 19 from V.Le Regina Margherita/Morgagni to Liegi/Ungheria
- By car: Roma is located in the Parioli area, in the northern part of the city. There are no traffic limitations in this area. Parking at Luiss is not permitted.
HOW TO GET TO AND FROM THE AIRPORT
- By Bus Shuttle Services Several bus shuttle services leaving from Termini station to both Fiumicino and Ciampino airports are also available. The main companies are listed below:
All shuttle companies offer connections every 30 minutes Monday to Sunday. Travel time is approximately 50 minutes. Tickets can be bought on board and online.
At Venue – Registration and Session Rooms
On arrival at LUISS, you will be asked to identify yourselves at the entrance. To speed up the process for all, please bring some form of ID with our name on it. Registration for the conference will take place in the Aula Chiesa. Your name badge will be given to you in the Aula Chiesa. It must be worn at all times and you can only access LUISS with this name badge on. Please note that this name badge also serves as your entry to the Conference Dinner too.
Registration will be open from 10:00:00 on Thursday, August 24. It will remain open until 18:30 on day 1 and will then open from 08:30 to 17:00 on days 2 and 3.
The conference will take place in 3 buildings on the campus of LUISS – Main Building, Aula Chiesa, The Dome. Map here. All lunch, invited and parallel sessions take place in the Main Building. Registration takes place in Aula Chiesa. All keynote addresses and the plenary panel take place in The Dome.
Explanation of room numbers in Main building: The first number of room refers to the floor.
Water points are available on the LUISS campus. Please bring your own water bottle to fill up.
Thursday 24 August, 18:15-19:00
Room TDE (Luiss Campus, Viale Romania 32).
Join us for a welcome reception on Luiss premises to kick off EARIE 50th Annual Conference! We look forward to welcoming you all.
Friday 25 August, 20:00-22:30
Palazzo Brancaccio, Via del Monte Oppio, 7, Rome (https://www.palazzobrancaccio.net/)
Your name badge will act as your entrance ticket so please make sure you bring it
EARIE thanks Booking.com and Compass Lexecon for its funding, which contributes to the Welcome Reception and Conference dinner
Technical Information for Presenters
You are asked to go to the classroom 10 minutes before your session starts. A member of the organisation will be at hand to do the technical checks with you. Please bring your presentations on a USB key in pdf format.
We suggest each presentation should be around 25 minutes, with 5 minutes for questions and answers. Questions and answers will follow each individual presentation.
If you have been assigned to chair your session, please make sure you go to the room 10 minutes prior to the start of the session.
The responsibilities of the Chairs are to introduce briefly the session and the presenters, make sure that the time available is divided equally over the papers to be presented, and chair the brief time for discussion following the presentations. In case the scheduled Chair does not attend, the general rule is that the presenter of the session’s actual last paper is expected to take the role of Chair, but feel free to some to an alternative agreement on the Chair; as long as you are clear before the session starts. If your session has fewer presentations than expected due to last minute cancellations, you can be a bit more flexible with the time, but bear in mind that the audience might be interested in attending other sessions too.
Presenting in a 4-paper session?
There are a number of 4-paper sessions on the programme. If your paper is assigned to a 4-paper session, the presentation time is reduced to 20 minutes, allowing around 3 mins for Q&A.
There are NO discussants at the EARIE annual conferences.
Sessions will not be recorded
The 50th Best Paper Award will be presented before the keynote address on Thursday, August 24.
The Young Economists’ Essay Awards will be presented to the winners before the keynote address on Saturday, August 26.
There will be no printed programme distributed. This website is the only means of full conference information and is updated in live time.
The campus has Eduroam WIFI and a Guest WIFI.
Network – LUISSEventi
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Certificate of Attendance / Presentation
Anybody requiring a certificate of attendance or presentation are requested to write to email@example.com
EARIE and Luiss are working to make the conference as sustainable as possible. There will not be a printed programme. All information, including the scientific programme, can be found on this website.
Moreover, to help us reach our goals, bring along a reusable water bottle to refill at the water dispensers on site.
Participants are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements.
Rome offers a wide range of accommodation options, both in terms of standards and rates. It is, however, advised to make the reservations prior to arrival.
There are a number of short-let apartments too, especially in August, so we enjoy participants to look on sites that offer such rental reservations.
We have secured discounted rates at a selection of hotels in Rome nearby Luiss. You could benefit of convenient and affordable options for your trip to Rome to attend the EARIE Conference 2023. Full information and how to book these hotels can be found here – EARIE conference 2023 – Hotels with discounts
There is also a discount available at The Hoxton Rome. For information on how to make the booking with the discount, please view here.
For a complete list of hotels nearby Luiss, please visit here and select “Alberghi e strutture ricettive”.
If you do not find what you are looking for above, here are some more LUISS recommended hotels within walking distance:
Do I need a Visa?
Are you a non-EU national? Read more here to find out about entry requirements to Italy.
All requests for letters of invitations must be received before the closure of registration on Friday, July 28. We cannot reply to requests after that date as offices will be closed.