The International Choice Modelling Conference (ICMC) steering committee is pleased to bring the conference to Reykjavik, Iceland, from 23 to 25 May 2022. The 2022 conference will be co-chaired by Stephane Hess and Erlend Dancke Sandorf. We are aiming for an in person conference but will consider options for online attendance where required.
For details on past conferences in the ICMC series, please visit the main ICMC site.
The deadline for submitting abstracts is 30 November 2021. Submissions are handled via easychair.
Papers for presentation at the conference will be selected on the basis of extended abstracts (800-1000 words). Abstracts should be detailed enough to provide adequate information on the motivation, the uniqueness of the work, the data and analysis methods, application potential and policy relevance, and obtained or anticipated results.
Only a single presentation per speaker will be permitted. Multiple submissions involving the same authors are allowed, but at the decision stage, authors will be asked to confirm speaker details.
In line with ICMC tradition, we welcome both theoretical and applied contributions, where for both, the emphasis is on novelty. In addition, given the cross-disciplinary nature of ICMC, authors are invited to highlight any cross-cutting appeal of their contribution.
In addition to the above long-standing topics, contributions are especially welcome on:
Details on conference registrations will be announced soon. Registration fees will be in line with previous ICMC conferences.
The conference programme is not yet available
Professor Emily Lancsar is Head of the Department of Health Services Research and Policy and Associate Dean (Policy and Practice) in the College of Health and Medicine at the ANU. She is an economist with particular interests in understanding and modelling choice, preferences and behaviour of key decision makers in the health sector, priority setting in the health system, economic evaluation and policy analysis.
Emily holds a number of current and past ARC, MRFF, NHMRC, MRC, ESRC, NIHR and EU funded grants and fellowships. She is a member of a number of government advisory committees including the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC), the Economic Sub-Committee of MSAC and the Economic Sub-Committee of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee. She is an Associate Editor of Health Economics and a past Vice President of the Australian Health Economics Society.
Professor Vic Aadamowicz is Professor and Vice Dean at the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences at teh University of Alberta. He is an economist who works in the areas of environmental economics, natural resource economics, applied econometrics, forest economics, and consumer demand and behavior. Prof. Adamowicz is a participant in the Land Reclamation International Graduate School (LRIGS) program sponsored by NSERC CREATE.
Harpa is one of Reykjavík’s most striking landmarks and a centre of cultural and social life in the very heart of the city. Harpa is a tourist destination and an award-winning work of art that has been visited by millions of people since opening in 2011.
The conference dinner will take place at the Whale Museum in Reykjavik.