IMA organises a series of events promoting the application and the research of microsimulation


9th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association

08 - 10 January 2024 at University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

The Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) is pleased to host the 9th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association (IMA). We are happy to be able to meet in person again. The event will take place in historic state rooms of the University of Vienna on 8-10 January 2024.

Celebrating tax-benefit modeling: 50 years with LOTTE

15 - 16 June 2023 at Radisson RED Oslo Økern, Oslo, Norway

The tax-benefit model LOTTE-Skatt is a key tool of Norwegian tax policy decision-making. To mark its 50th anniversary Statistics Norway and the Norwegian Ministry of Finance invite to a conference in Oslo 15-16 June 2023.

European Meeting of the International Microsimulation Association 2022

18 - 20 July 2022 at Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg, Germany

The conference is open to all areas of microsimulation, including static and dynamic microsimulation, agent-based models, behavioural models, and all applied and methodological contributions related to microsimulation. Moreover, there will also be thematic streams during the conference (organised together with partners in brackets):

8th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association

01 - 03 December 2021 at Online

The International Microsimulation Association is pleased to announce its 8th World Congress, which will be held on December 1-3, 2021. In light of the health safety recommendations and uncertainty pertaining to international travel, the conference will be online. The objective of the congress is to bring together leading researchers in the field of microsimulation and agent-based modelling to discuss their most recent research.

Online summer school on dynamic microsimulation by LISER

05 - 09 July 2021 at Online

Online Summer School - First steps in the Elaboration of a Dynamic Microsimulation Model: from Research Questions to Outcomes