27-29 June 2024
University of Limerick - Limerick, Ireland

2024 – Limerick

For Dignified and Sustainable Economic Lives: Disrupting the Emotions, Politics, and Technologies of Neoliberalism

       

Conference Theme Overview

In the wake of multiple social transformations, ruptures, and crises around the globe, the theme for the 2024 Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) Annual Meeting emphasizes sources of hope, dignity, and sustainability in economic lives. It starts by envisioning the interplay of economy and society as entangled, in that economic systems and economic lives are both constrained and creatively engendered by social structures, power, culture, and also, crucially, by emotions and technologies. How can we use research on entangled economies to envision and enact a better world and improved lives?

We look for inspiration from a diverse group of researchers who are deeply engaged with, and understandably concerned about, the state of the world today. We invite you to join us for the SASE meeting in Limerick, Ireland, 27-29 June 2024, to offer visions and propose solutions that disrupt the emotions, politics, and technologies of neoliberalism, with a goal to foster greater dignity and sustainability in local and global communities.

We welcome research that widely spans the levels of analysis within socio-economics. We take pride in the strongly established traditions at SASE in macro political economy, institutional analysis, and development. Additionally, we look for scholarship to shed light on the meso organizational contexts and, especially, the micro level of everyday economic lives, which deserves to be featured more prominently at convenings on socio-economics. 

At the broadest scale, we welcome submissions on trends in contemporary and historical political economy, financialization, and racial capitalism to address urgent questions of wealth inequality, global poverty, climate change, and the pitfalls of emotional capitalization and digital economies. Proposals are encouraged to think ambitiously about alternatives to neoliberalism and policy reforms to realize them.

At the meso level, studying corporations, non-profits, governmental organizations, social movements, and community initiatives helps us to delineate economic contexts that entrench exploitation, racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, LGBTQIA+ bigotry, and other sources of exclusion and emotional despair, but also to identify conditions for greater economic dignity and equity, and organizational designs and experimentation to sustain these.

At the micro scale, we invite scholarship and debate on the everyday processes of economic interaction in marketplaces, in online spaces, as well as within households and circuits of care. We want to understand the consequences of the social and emotional meaning of money and work, and how relational work can lead to improved economic lives. 

The SASE conference to be held in Limerick, Ireland, 27-29 June 2024, will feature papers on all issues of concern for socio-economics. This year, we especially welcome contributions that offer visions and propose solutions related to contemporary economic chasms (climate change, pandemics, economic inequality, global poverty, military conflict, surveillance, AI, and others) and how to harness emotions, politics, and technologies for greater dignity and sustainability in economic lives. As such, we are eager to showcase how social movements for economic justice, democratization of work, innovative approaches to cash relief, mutual aid, resistance to grind culture, reinvention of economic paradigms, and other efforts alternative to neoliberalism bring about better lives.

SASE’s current members are uniquely positioned to offer a broad range of disciplinary and methodological perspectives on these themes, but we also hope to attract new scholars to join our conversation. Participants are encouraged to submit their work to one of the 20 vibrant networks, or to submit proposals to this year’s thematic mini-conferences.

SASE provides a platform for creative empirical and theoretical research on key social problems. We are committed to supporting a diverse international membership encouraging lively intellectual and interdisciplinary debates on multiple perspectives. So, whether you are new to SASE or a seasoned aficionado, we invite you – with a limerick—to join us in Limerick!

We’ll hold a SASE meeting, you see, 

To change economic decree, 

Neoliberalism aside, 

’twill be a wild ride, 

To make a more just economy.

President: Nina Bandelj (nbandelj@uci.edu)

 

 

Mini-conferences consist of a minimum of 3 panels, maximum 5, which are featured as a separate stream in the program. Submissions are open to all scholars on the basis of an extended abstract (1000 words). If your abstract is accepted, all mini-conferences recommend that accepted participants submit full papers by 10 June 2024. If a paper proposal cannot be accommodated within a mini-conference, organizers will forward it to the most appropriate research network as a regular submission. To submit you abstract to a mini-conference, follow the regular process detailed here.

MC01: Working Time Reduction: Toward a more balanced, just and sustainable economic life
detailed info
Organizers
Agnieszka Piasna
Juliet Schor
Orla Kelly
David Frayne
Daiga Kamerāde
Jean-Yves Boulin
Brendan Burchell
MC02: The "New" Political Economy
detailed info
Organizers
Neil Fligstein
Steven Vogel
MC03: Insecurity: Its neoliberal drivers, embodied experiences and political effects
detailed info
Organizers
Lorenza Antonucci
Elena Ayala-Hurtado
Albena Azmanova
MC04: Towards sustainable work in the digital care economy
detailed info
Organizers
Ivana Pais
Caroline Murphy
Anna Ilsøe
MC05: Failures and Dilemmas: Exploiting Disruptive Interventions in Neoliberalism
detailed info
Organizers
Gary Herrigel Gary Herrigel
Adriana Mica
Ann Mische
MC06: Connecting Global Capitalism and National Capitalisms
detailed info
Organizers
Fulya Apaydin
Arie Krampf
Andreas Nölke
Merve Sancak
MC07: Elites and power structures
detailed info
Organizers
Christoph Houman Ellersgaard
Elisa Reis
Thierry Rossier
Elisa Klüger
Bruno Cousin
André Vereta-Nahoum
Kevin Young
Robyn Klingler-Vidra
MC08: Online Advertisement Economies: Ad Tech, Platforms, and Stack Economization
detailed info
Organizers
Koray Caliskan
Annmarie Ryan
Addie McGowan
MC09: Global and Local Formations of Race and Capital
detailed info
Organizers
Mishal Khan
Nabila Islam
Mo Torres
Ross Goodman-Brown
MC10: Welfare States and Gender Inequality: Regional and Global Perspectives
detailed info
Organizers
Ieva Zumbyte
Dorota Szelewa
MC11: Digital Work Eco-systems, Connected Workers and Fractious Connections
detailed info
Organizers
Jacqueline O’Reilly
Mark Stuart
Esme Terry
Rachel Verdin
Steve Rolf
MC12: Interfaces, technology and power in illegal markets
detailed info
Organizers
Matías Dewey
Gabriel Feltran
MC13: Intellectual property rights contested: control over vs. access to knowledge
detailed info
Organizers
Sigrid Quack
Antoine Dolcerocca
Christian Bessy
Konstantin Hondros

Important dates

 

Important dates leading up to the 2024 conference:

22 September 2023: Deadline for mini-conference theme submissions

20 October 2023: Regular submissions open for the 2024 conference

19 January 2024: Hard submissions deadline (for conference and Early Career Workshop)

1 March 2024: Decisions announced

Mid-March 2024: Decisions announced on Early Career Workshop applications

30 March: Deadline for David Marsden best paper award submissions (details here)

1 April 2024: Preliminary conference program published

15 April 2024: Early bird registration deadline

2 May 2024: Deadline for travel grant applications (details here)

31 May 2024: Registration deadline

10 June 2024: Full paper deadline (optional, but recommended for the following theme tracks: Networks D, E, H, I, J, L, N, P, and all mini-conferences)

18, 20, 21 June 2024: Virtual sessions

26 June 2024: Early Career Workshop

27-29 June 2024: Conference

2024 SASE-Digit Early Career Workshop

The SASE Early Career Workshop (ECW) is a one-day workshop that provides an opportunity for a longer and deeper discussion of applicants’ conference papers. It takes place the day before the start of the annual conference (the next edition is 26 June 2024 in Limerick). The 2024 Early Career Workshop – like the 2022 Workshop – will be hosted in partnership with the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre (Digit), with senior SASE and Digit professors.

About Digit

Digit (the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre) aims to advance our understanding of how digital technologies are reshaping work, impacting on employers, employees, job seekers and governments. It is co-led by the University of Sussex Business School and Leeds University Business School, with partners from Aberdeen, Cambridge, Manchester and Monash Universities. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

 

 

The SASE/Digit Early Career Workshop will be held on the 26th of June 2024, at the University of Limerick. 15-20 competitively allocated spots are available for early career researchers – travel and accommodations, as well as SASE registration and membership, are paid for participants in the Workshop. Please see below for instructions on how to apply (submissions closed on January 19th ,2024).


Applicants to the Workshop must be PhD students or researchers having obtained their PhD within 3 years of the annual SASE meeting. Independent scholars are also welcome to apply. In order to apply for the Workshop, your paper abstract must be submitted and accepted to the main conference through the normal process.

Applicants must also submit the following materials in English before the deadline of 19 January 2024:

  • full paper

  • two-page CV

  • one-page case for support – a letter detailing why you wish to attend the workshop and what financial support you require from SASE (approximate cost of travel, whether you need housing during the conference, and what support you have from your home institution)

All of this must be submitted via the submissions system before the submissions deadline passes (Jan. 19, 2024)Any application without all of these elements will not be considered for inclusion in the Workshop.

While two papers may be submitted to the SASE conference, applicants may submit only one paper to be considered for the ECW. Only those papers accepted to the main conference will be considered for inclusion in the Workshop.

Conference registration and membership fees are waived for ECW participants. Full conference accommodation will also be provided, including the additional night of accommodation for the Workshop. Travel costs will be covered based on need and available funds. Participants not requiring support for travel or accommodations should state this in their one-page letter.

Participants will receive a certificate of participation. In the case of co-authored papers, please note that only one author may participate in the Workshop for a given paper.

There will be approximately 15-20 competitively allocated spots in the Workshop. Notification of acceptance will be made in March 2024. These spots will be awarded on the basis of the quality of the paper submitted to the SASE main conference, as assessed by the ECW Committee and Faculty. Additional criteria for ranking papers receiving the same quality assessment include PhD status, academic status, and co-authorship. In particular, priority will be given to:

  1. PhD students closer to their defense;

  2. Researchers who have just received their PhD;

  3. Applicants without a tenured position;

  4. Single-author papers;

  5. Applicants without tenured co-authors.

Throughout the selection process, the ECW Committee and Faculty are committed to ensuring gender and geographical balance at equal paper quality levels.

Previous Workshop participants are not eligible to participate a second time.

 

2024 Early Career Workshop Committee members:

Zsuzsanna Vargha [chair] (ESCP Business School)

Caroline Arnold (Brooklyn College, City University of New York)

Chiara Benassi (King’s College London)

Katherine Chen (City College of New York and the Graduate Center, CUNY)

Roberto Pedersini (University of Milan)

Elizabeth Thurbon (UNSW Sydney)

Natascha van der Zwan (Leiden University)

Local organizing committee

2024 Limerick organizing committee

Prof. Tony Dundon (chair)

Dr. Tish Gibbons

Prof. Noreen Heraty

Dr. Jonathan Lavelle

Dr. Caroline Murphy

Dr. Michelle O’Sullivan

Prof. Aidan Regan (School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe), University College Dublin)

Dr. Lorraine Ryan

Dr. Majka Ryan

All members, unless otherwise noted, are in the Work & Employment Studies Department, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick.

Virtual sessions

 

Virtual sessions for the 2024 conference will be held the week before the on-site conference in Limerick, on June 18, 20, and 21, time slots (in CET): 10-11:30, 14:00-15:30, 16:00-17:30, and 18:00-19:30.

Networks A, B, E, H, I, L, M, O, P, Q, R, S, T, and U plan to organize 2 virtual sessions each, and Mini-conferences (with the exception of MC-01) plan to organize 1 virtual session each.

These sessions will be open to the public free of charge; presenters in virtual sessions will be asked to pay membership dues (but not conference registration) in order to be included on the program.

Practical information

CONFERENCE LOCATION

University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.

Registration will be in the atrium of the concert hall, pinned on this map: University Concert Hall, Limerick – Google Maps

Click here to download a pdf map of the University Campus.

Accommodations:

You can book accommodations through the following link: https://ulevents.eventsair.com/sase-2024/sase2024accom

Please note: you will need to create a user profile to navigate the booking system.

On-campus and off-campus options are available, in addition to affordable student housing. 

For questions about accommodations, please contact: Conference and Events Office, University of Limerick, Limerick, E-mail: SASE2024@ul.ie Tel: +353 61 234178  

Getting there:

For general instructions on traveling to the University of Limerick campus by plane, train, car, bicycle, horse-drawn carriage, etc., go here: Travel & Transport | University of Limerick (ul.ie)

The University of Limerick is located 31km from Shannon International Airport. The cost of hiring a taxi from Shannon Airport to University of Limerick is approximately €45 – €60. 

From Shannon you can also travel by bus to Limerick Train Station. Journey time from Shannon to Limerick, a distance of 24km, is about forty minutes on the bus (operates from 06.45 – midnight) while the journey time from Limerick to the University is about twenty minutes on the bus. The adult bus fare from Shannon Airport to Limerick City is approximately €10.00 one-way and €20.00 return. From the train station you have two choices; you may take a taxi to the University at a cost of €12.00 – €20.00, or you may walk 5 minutes to catch the bus from William Street in Limerick City to the University.  There is a regular bus service between the campus and the city center. A bus ticket costs €2.00 each way. From the bus stop near the Centra shop on William St., take the bus for the University or Plassey (usually an Eireann Bus, N.304).  

If you are driving to the campus, please note that parking outside of designated car parks will result in clamping. There is a charge of € 25.00 to have the clamp removed. There are sufficient signed public parking places on campus near the conference venue, some are free of charge, and some have barriers and are pay car parking.

There are also commercial coaches going directly from Dublin Airport to University of Limerick (bus stop is called UL Campus Stables). The journey time is approximately 3 hours and there are 8 buses each day. Please see the following link for further information: www.jjkavanagh.ie

In addition, www.dublincoach.ie offer services from Dublin Airport to the University of Limerick. Coaches depart the airport every hour on the half hour with a stop at the Red Cow Luas Stop to change coach for the M7 Express Service to the University of Limerick. Prices start from €20 per person one way. Please see the following link for further information: www.dublincoach.ie. 

Eireagle offers 8 coaches daily from Dublin Airport to Limerick City. Please see the following link for further information: www.eireagle.com. 

Please note that these coaches either drop at the Stables bus stop (No. 16 on your map) or the flag poles (No. 1 on your map) at the entrance to the University of Limerick.

Local taxi and bus service 

The taxi and bus service are convenient to use within and around Limerick. Local taxi companies include Castletroy Cabs. 

We recommend using the FreeNow Taxi App, which you can find here: https://www.free-now.com/ie/  
Local bus service information can be found here: https://www.transportforireland.ie/getting-around/network-maps/limerick-city-bus-services/  

 

MEMBERSHIP AND REGISTRATION

To pay membership dues or to register for the conference, please go here. Please note that you must be a SASE member to attend the conference, and that the registration deadline for the 2024 conference is May 31st 2024.

Discounted early-bird registration closes April 15th.

 

VISAS

Click here for information on visa requirements and applications to enter Ireland.

If you need an invitation letter for a visa application, please contact SASE Executive Director Annelies Fryberger directly: saseexecutive@sase.org

For the visa application, please use the following address for the local contact: University of Limerick Conference and Sports Campus, Campus Life Services, Limerick, Ireland. Contact person: Megan Tuite, +353 61 234178, Megan.Tuite@ul.ie.

 

BADGES

Badges can be picked up at registration, in the atrium of the concert hall: University Concert Hall, Limerick – Google Maps

Registration will open on the day before the conference, Wednesday June 26, from 2-7pm, and then every day of the conference, starting at 7:30am.

If you don’t manage to pick up your badge before your first session, don’t worry! Come see us when you can. 

 

PRESENTATIONS

You will need to upload your presentation to the university system in the speaker’s room. You may do so via email prior to the conference – an email address will be provided for this.

Please note that you are not allowed to plug a USB key into the university computers – you need to either upload your presentation in advance in the speaker’s room, or bring your laptop to project your powerpoint.

Plan to arrive 15 minutes early to your session to make sure everything is ready and to test your presentation.

Generally speaking, if you have 4 presenters in your session, aim for a presentation of 12-15 minutes to leave time for discussion; with 5 presenters, aim for 8-10 minutes. For more specific instructions, best is to contact the organizers of your network/mini-conference, and/or the moderator of your session.

 

TECH & A/V

  • Be sure to upload your presentation in the speaker’s room! The technicians there will be able to answer many of your questions.
  • For charging your equipment, bring an adapter (information on power plugs in Ireland here).
  • If you have a mac, bring an adapter.
  • Desktop computers will be available in every room, which will have the presentations uploaded in the speaker’s room on them. No USB keys!
  • There will be wifi available throughout the conference venue.

Wifi – Please go here to register for 7-day guest Wifi access on campus: https://www.ul.ie/itd/student-it-services/campus-wifi/guest-connection

 

PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Please note: in order to make program design feasible, we ask that participants agree to no more than 4 active appearances in the program – an active appearance is anything that requires your presence at a specific session (acting as moderator/discussant, presenting, chairing, etc.). 

SASE preliminary Limerick Schedule (subject to change!)
TIME SLOT June 27 June 28 June 29
07:30-17:15 Registration Registration Registration
08:30-10:00 Sessions Sessions Sessions
10:00-10:30 Break Break Break
10:30-12:00
Sessions Sessions Sessions
Featured panel/speaker
Featured panel/speaker
Featured panel/speaker
WAG General Assembly
12:00-13:15
Lunch
Lunch – provided by SASE
Lunch
Digit workshop on academic blogging WAG-sponsored session on book publishing, with Bristol University Press
13:15-14:45
Sessions Sessions Sessions
Featured panel/speaker Featured panels/speakers Featured panels/speakers
14:45-15:15 Break Break Break
15:15-16:45
Presidential Address and Awards Ceremony
Sessions Sessions
Featured panel/speaker
Featured panel/speaker
SS4RW
16:45-17:15 Break Break Break
17:15-18:45
Sessions Sessions Sessions
Featured panel/speaker Featured panel/speaker SS4RW
18:45-19:45 Welcome Reception Break  
19:45-22:00  
Conference Dinner
 
     

 

CATERING

Lunches

Lunch for June 27 and June 29 can be purchased when you register (registration is here). This will be a simple bagged lunch, and will cost $12.50 per day. The University of Limerick is not located in the city of Limerick, and there are only limited self-catering options on campus (see below).

On June 28th, lunch is free and available to all participants.

PICK-UP LOCATIONS: TBD

Dining on Campus 

Please see www.eastroom.ie for fine dining at the Plassey House on campus (reservations required).   

There are many informal dining options (depending on existing group bookings):

  • Stables bar open for meals each day until 9pm
  • Pavilion Bar open for meals daily until 8.30pm
  • The Terrace open for meals until 6pm 

Welcome reception

Time: 6:45-7:45pm, Thursday June 27.

Location: University Concert Hall (where registration is located)

The welcome reception is open to all participants.

 

Conference dinner

Start time: 7:45pm, Friday June 28.

Location: The Stables (on the University of Limerick campus)

Please note: This is a ticketed event – you will be able purchase a ticket when you register for the conference (registration is here). Tickets are $60 (full rate) and $30 (reduced rate for non-OECD participants, students, and emeriti). Ticket includes a plated dinner and one drink.

 

Dining off Campus  

The Hurlers Pub   
Located on the Dublin Road, Castletroy.    
Fifteen Minute walk from UL Campus.   

Kilmurry Lodge Hotel   
Located in Castletroy, Limerick.   
Fifteen Minute walk from UL Campus.    

The Locke Burger   
Burger restaurant located in Castletroy, Limerick.    
Fifteen Minute walk from UL Campus.    

Convenience Store, Pharmacies and Local Supermarket:

We have a Spar convenience supermarket on campus, which is open from Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm.  This is in the Student Centre: https://goo.gl/maps/SGHxsct6zf9SnpF77    

Aldi:   
Located on the Dublin Road.
Twenty-six-minute walk from UL Campus.    
By bus: 304.Depart from Stables bus stop (Courtyard UL), Arrival: Supermac’s, opposite to Aldi (two-minute walk).    

Supervalu:   
Located on the Dublin Road.  
Twenty Minute walk from UL Campus.    

Castletroy Park Total Health Pharmacy   
Located in Castletroy, Limerick.    
Ten-minute walk from the UL Campus.    

Castletroy Pharmacy:     
Located in Castletroy, Limerick.    
Fifteen-Minute walk from the UL Campus.    

 

CONFERENCE HOURS (excluding special events)

June 27: 8:30am – 6:45pm
June 28: 8:30am – 6:45pm
June 29: 8:30am – 6:45pm

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter: @SASE_meeting

Conference hashtag: #SASE2024

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SASEMeeting/

 

HELP

You can talk to the conference staff (they will be wearing SASE T-shirts) or come to registration at any time if you need assistance. We can also be reached via email at help@sase.org.

 

WEATHER LIMERICK – JUNE

Ireland has a temperate climate, resulting in relatively cool summers. The mean daily temperature in June is 11 – 18°C. It is generally quite dry in June, but you may experience some rain, so come prepared with a rain coat and appropriate shoes! 

 

OTHER IMPORTANT POINTS

  • There is no bank located on campus. ATM machines are located in the student center on campus and at the UL Sports Arena. Generally, banking hours in Limerick City are 10.00 -16.00.
  • Credit cards are widely used in Ireland and all leading credit cards are accepted.
  • No smoking on campus. Please note that the campus at the University of Limerick is strictly non-smoking and non-vaping.  This includes both inside and outside buildings and extends to the limits of the campus boundaries. 

 

Questions? Email Annelies Fryberger at saseexecutive@sase.org.

Hotels

You can book accommodations through the following link: https://ulevents.eventsair.com/sase-2024/sase2024accom

Please note: you will need to create a user profile to navigate the booking system.

On-campus and off-campus options are available, in addition to affordable student housing. 

For questions about accommodations, please contact: Conference and Events Office, University of Limerick, Limerick 

E-mail: SASE2024@ul.ie Tel: +353 61 234178  

Limerick contest

Yes, you’ve read it right… you are invited to participate in the 2024 SASE Limerick poetry contest! Winning limericks will be read at the award ceremony at the 2024 conference, and prizes are to be had.

First of all – what is a limerick?

Contest details

Eligibility: your limerick should have a connection to SASE or socio-economics generally, and be appropriate enough to be read aloud to a diverse audience.

Send your limericks to saseexecutive@sase.org.

Deadline: 31 May 2024

Judging: will be 100% objective.

Travel grants

Please take careful note of the following:

 
Travel grants are available to individuals presenting on-site at the 2024 SASE conference in Limerick, Ireland, 27-29 June 2024. 
 
Individuals from countries classified as low income, low-middle income, and upper-middle income (see here for a map) are eligible to apply. Please note that you need to be based in one of these countries to apply. If, for example, you are originally from Argentina but are currently studying at the University of California in the US, you would not be eligible.
Priority will be given to individuals from countries historically underrepresented at SASE conferences.
 
To apply, please complete this form.
Application deadline: 2 May 2024.
 
20 grants in the amount of $500 each will be distributed. Grantees will be required to sign a form confirming their participation on-site in Limerick, and the grant will be disbursed immediately thereafter.
 
Applications will be evaluated based on need.
 
We will communicate grant decisions by the 20th of May, such that you will still have time to register before the registration deadline of May 31st. 
 
More information about the SASE conference: https://sase.org/event/2024-limerick/#general
 
If you have questions, please email Annelies at saseexecutive@sase.org. 

Registration

To join SASE or renew your membership, or to register for the 2024 conference, please visit our membership and registration portal:

Membership and registration portal

Registration deadline for the 2024 conference: 31 May 2024, Early bird registration until April 15th.

SASE membership confers all of the advantages of access to a vibrant, diverse intellectual community. In addition to participating in an active network of scholars exploring issues in socio-economics from a variety of different angles, you will receive a subscription to our flagship journal, the Socio-Economic Review. Membership is also required to attend our Annual Meeting. 

2024 SASE membership and conference fees:

Category*

Regular Rate

Early-bird rate (register before 15 April 2024)

 

OECD Regular

$500

$480

OECD Emeritus

$470

$450

OECD Student registration

$280

$260

Non-OECD Regular

$250

$230

Non-OECD Emeritus

$140

$120

Non-OECD Student

$110

$100

Community-sponsored reduced fee

$100

$100

Auditor registration

Membership only (see below for rates)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Faculty and staff from host institution (University of Limerick)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Virtual participation

Membership only (see below for rates)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Lunch (grab and go bagged lunches, served on campus)

$12.50 (each for Thursday and Saturday, Friday is free for all participants)

 

Conference dinner (June 28) – ticket includes plated dinner and one drink, on-campus location.

$60 (full rate)/$30 (reduced rate for non-OECD participants, students, and emeriti)

 

 

*All rates are in USD, and include membership dues (required to participate in the conference) and conference registration fees, as well as all coffee breaks and the welcome reception.

Cancellation policy: SASE shall retain $50 of the registration fee in the event of a member cancelling conference participation within 30 days of the conference start date. Membership dues are non-refundable, except in the case of an unsuccessful visa application. 

Membership dues (do not include conference registration)

Category

Rate

OECD Regular

$180 ($340 for 2 years)

OECD Emeritus

$150

OECD Student

$130

Non-OECD

$50

Please note: fees for 2024 are indeed higher than they were for 2023. Multiple SASE conferences of late have operated at a loss (2018, 2019 was positive by a hair’s breadth, 2020, and 2023), and thus the fees needed to be revised for the sustainability of the organization. Details can be found in our financial reports. The Executive Council is actively working to make the conference more accessible, notably to members from the Global South.

Questions? Email Annelies Fryberger at saseexecutive@sase.org.

Program

The preliminary program is now online: https://virtual.oxfordabstracts.com/#/event/4988/program

A few important points:

  • This is a preliminary program! There will likely be some shifts between now and the 1st of June.
  • When viewing the program, note the “calendar view” and “list view” buttons on the top right – the list view is much easier to navigate.
  • Note the “Track” menu item on top – this allows you to filter the program by theme track, so you can just see events for your network, for example.
  • Note that sessions are currently not in order by theme track – once we have all sessions finalized, the order will make more sense!
  • If you sign in (top right corner), you can bookmark events you would like to attend to create your own custom schedule.
  • You can download a pdf of the program. You can set the filters at the top (track and bookmarks) so this pdf file will only show the sessions you have chosen.
  • A full pdf program will be available here in the first week of June.