Association for University
Business and Economic Research

A national association of regional
economic research centers

Boise 2024 Conference

Boise 2024 Conference News

Awards Deadline Aug. 1

Submit your entry for the Paul Polzin Prize for Best Paper, the Awards of Excellence in Publications (Print, Electronic, Website), and individual commendations (Fellow of AUBER). View guidelines.

All submissions/nominations must be sent by August 1, 2024. Award recipients will be announced at the fall conference.

REGISTER NOW for the Boise 2024 Conference!

Early bird pricing ends Aug. 31, 2024. Special rates available for students and honorary members. View details and registration options.

Hotel reservations are LIVE! Book your room now at The Grove at the special conference rate of $244/night+tax. Learn more about the conference hotel, as well as the complimentary shuttle and airport logistics.

  • Practitioners and students in the fields of regional economics, business forecasting, industry impact, financial markets, statistical modeling, output analysis, survey research, GIS mapping, data delivery, data visualization, and more.
  • Developers of statistical modeling software, data analysis and visualization tools, primary data libraries, and relevant applied research technologies.
  • Applied researchers employed by academia, government agencies, nonprofits, and private industry.
  • Established and aspiring economists, from graduate students and junior professionals to senior experts.
  • Participate in an exchange of ideas and strategies with researchers and practitioners from all corners of the country.
  • Advance the role of high-quality, data-rich research and analysis in informed policy recommendations and decision making.
  • Make meaningful connections across disciplines and all levels of expertise.
  • Younger practitioners and students benefit from the opportunity to present their work in a supportive environment and receive feedback and mentorship from seasoned professionals.
  • Senior practitioners tap into new developments in technology, integrated approaches, and diverse perspectives.
  • Specialists in technology and communication roles find a community that incorporates wisdom from computer science, big data, library science, journalism, and assorted fields.



Idaho Policy Inst., Boise State Univ.