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Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers. Papers will be evaluated and selected by the committee members in their specific area and association.
The XXIII Annual Conference ALACDE central theme will research the economic analysis of law and innovation. ALACDE Annual Conference is an academic high level where recent developments and contemporary ideas related to Economic Analysis of Law, in thematic and plenary sessions are presented. The...
General themes: - How does transdisciplinarity respond to different socio-ecological contexts?: Integrating diverse fields of inquiry. - Ecological Economics as a paradigm to support grassroots alternatives: agroecology, solidarity economies, and markets, alternative currencies, workers’...
The Society for Economics Dynamics is a scientific society with the purpose of encouraging and supporting economic research.
Thematic areas: - Construction and balancing of input-output tables. - Methodological aspects of input-output analysis. - Social Accounting Matrices. - Applied General Equilibrium Models. - Analysis of physical and monetary flows. - Ecological and environmental economics. International trade and...
The International Economic Association (IEA) is the association of the economic associations from around the world, and is the unique international organization that brings together economists from developed and developing countries across a broad range of fields. The Congress will feature...
Topics and Themes: 1. The Economics of Fisheries Management, 2. Aquaculture Economics, 3. Fisheries and Climate Change, 4. Seafood Trade & Markets, 5. Fisheries Industry and Business, 6. Fisheries Subsidies.
NBES is a multi-disciplinary academic association which focuses on promoting interdisciplinary research of both a theoretical and practical nature. It includes scholars from the fields of Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Management, Information Systems, Operations Research, Economics, Public...
We seek strong papers from scholars in all fields of finance. The selection criteria includes the nature of the research problem, implications of the proposed research, the quality of the research design, and the expected contribution of the research to the literature.
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