2022 Young Academics ON Real Options (YARO) Workshop
in YORK/UK, 19-20 December 2022

University of York


The Young Academics on Real Options (YARO) group is proud to announce its 2022 YARO workshop.


19-20 December 2022 At the University of York/UK

The YARO workshop is a 2 day event and provides an opportunity for PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and other young academics to share their research and debate approaches as well as network with like-minded fellow researchers.

We welcome real options papers from any field, e.g., competition and strategy, R&D, entrepreneurship and innovation, new product development, capabilities, infrastructure and network investments, valuation of natural resources, commodities and power investments, growth options, corporate valuation and IPOs, investments involving learning, agency issues and incentives, environmental protection and public policy.




Information At A Glance

Important Dates

  • 10-10-2022 : Deadline for abstract submission
  • 17-10-2022 : Notification of acceptance
  • 07-11-2022 : Registration deadline
  • 14-11-2022 : Release of programme


The 2022 edition of the workshop is held on December 19-20 and takes place at the University of York, UK. The university is located at YO10 5DD, near the York city center.

York is regularly named one of the best places to live and visit in the UK. With a population of 200,000, it’s big enough to feel lively but small enough to feel like home.

Fees and Expenses

  • Submitting your abstract: Free of charge
  • Registration for the workshop: GBP 75 (includes drinks and meals during the workshop, but does not include the dinner on 19 December)

Submit your Paper or Abstract

    Our Academic Board

    Together with the workshop’s organizers, our Academic Board is going to carefully review your submitted work to provide feedback and to decide on the workshop’s program schedule.

    Kuno Huisman

    Full Professor of Decision Making under Uncertainty
    at Tilburg University

    Verena Hagspiel

    Professor of Investment and Finance
    at Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    Program Details

    Program Schedule

    Coming soon…

    About The Workshop Format

    Each participant is offered 30 minutes to present the paper in depth
    For the next 10 minutes a discussant summarizes the paper, asks questions and gives recommendations
    Another 10 minutes is allocated to Q&A between the presenter and the audience


    Nick Huberts

    Assistant Professor/Lecturer at University of York (UK)
    Maximilian Schreiter

    Assistant Professor at HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management