call for papers
Deadline: 31 Jan. – This hybrid conference organized at the University of Economics in Katowice aims to promote pluralism in science. All economists representing orthodox and heterodox research perspectives in economics, finance and management are welcome
Deadline: January 31, 2022
Guest editors: Dorottya Sallai, Glenn Morgan, Magnus Feldmann, Marcus Gomes, and Andrew Spicer
Deadline: 1 Feb. – The Center for the Small City at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is accepting proposals for “Building Infrastructure in Small Cities, Towns & Rural Areas: Current Needs and Future Designs”
Deadline: 15 Feb. – The De Gruyter Handbook of Degrowth: Propositions and Prospects, edited by Lauren Eastwood (KHK/Centre for Global Cooperation Research) and Kai Heron (University of London), has issued a call for contributions
Deadline: 25 Feb. – The ICCSS welcomes submissions on any topic in the field of computational social science, including (a) work that advances methods and approaches for computational social science, (b) data-driven work that describes and discovers social and cultural phenomena or explains and estimates relations between them and other things, and (c) theoretical work […]
Deadline: 1 Mar. – The Network for a New Political Economy at UC Berkeley is accepting applications for its 2-week summer workshop, which seeks to work to define what a new political economy might look like; to build an interdisciplinary community of scholars who wish to advance an interdisciplinary political economy; and to give students […]
Deadline: 3 Jun. – The aim of this conference is to challenge the classic narrative concerning the major economic changes that occurred during the last third of the 20th century by bringing together several disciplinary traditions. Its starting point will be France, which boasts a large body of literature, and the subsequent focus will be […]
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EHESS welcomes paper proposals for an academic conference on Social Finance and Impact Investing in Hamburg, Germany.