3rd Workshop of the Swiss Network on Public Economics (SNoPE), March 18, 2022


  3rd Workshop of the

Swiss Network on Public Economics (SNoPE)



Main information

The 3rd workshop of the Swiss Network on Public Economics will be organised by KOF Swiss Economic Institute and the Chair of Public Economics at the University of Fribourg,
on Friday, 18 March 2022.  

Event page

Call for Papers  

Submission deadline for presentation: 31 January 2022

Deadline for registration: 28 February 2022


Format of the workshop

In the morning and early afternoon, we will host academic sessions. In the afternoon, we host again two Applied Economic Policy sessions:

  • “The OECD/G20-Global Minimum Taxation for Multinational Enterprises: Policy Options for Switzerland” organized by the Federal Department of Finance
  • “Die Steuerdatenerhebung als Pilotprojekt des Programms Nationale Datenbewirtschaftung (NaDB)” by the Federal Office for Statistics and the Federal Social Insurance Office

The plenary discussion in the third part is on “Mindestlöhne in der Schweiz”:

  • Introduction by Ursina Jud (SECO, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs),
  • Keynote (in English) by Attila Lindner (University College London), and
  • Presentation by Conny Wunsch (University of Basel).


Submit your research for presentation or Register as participant without presentation

We invite academics and practitioners working on questions broadly related to Swiss Public Economics to submit their planned, ongoing, or recently finished research for presentation at the workshop. To submit, please fill in this form and send an email with a PDF version describing your research (full paper or extended abstract) to SwissPublicEcon@kof.ethz.ch. We will notify your acceptance by mid-February.

 Attending the event is possible without presentation, but registration is required. Please register here. The organizers at KOF will confirm your participation by the end of May at the latest.


Participation in the workshop is free.

Workshop organizers

Vera Eichenauer (KOF ETHZ), Mark Schelker (University of Fribourg), and Jan Egbert Sturm (KOF ETHZ)



 We are very much looking forward to discussing with you in March 2022!