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The ASE is sponsoring (or co-sponsoring) eight paper sessions and an opening plenary session and Q&A session with Professor Darrick Hamilton (Henry Cohen Professor of Economics and Urban Policy and Director, Institute for the Study of Race, Stratification, and Political Economy, The New School)....
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Theme 2020: A Vision for Economics and Social-Political Economy. economics profession and to the larger social economy-- especially whether we are we moving towards greater equality, and what can be done to enhance diversity and equality in the future withWhile all paper and session proposals...
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For the ASE sessions at the 2019 ASSA meetings, we welcome proposals for papers/sessions on all aspects of social economics, but preference will be given to papers that explore the implications of questioning presumed mechanical “essences” and instead locating economies thoroughly within the...
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Theme: “Democratic Crisis and the Responsibility of Economics” For the ASE sessions at the 2018 ASSA meetings, we welcome proposals for papers/sessions on all aspects of social economics, but preference will be given to papers related to the contemporary democratic crisis, and the...
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THEME: Human Development and Poverty Reduction Researchers interested in social economics have traditionally worked on topics that matter for how vulnerable groups fare in society and are affected by public policy. Issues related to the eradication of extreme poverty and investments in human...
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The subject of this conference is "Human Development after the Economics of Growth". We invite papers from researchers and teachers that present case studies, empirical analyses, theoretical essays or pedagogical explorations that address these and other topics in social economics.
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For the ASE sessions at the 2016 ASSA meetings, we welcome proposals for papers on all aspects of social economics, especially those dealing with the nature and consequences of financialisation on our society and the natural environment. Possible topics include but are not limited to: -...
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The subject of this conference is "Doing Social Economics". Topics: - What makes research in social economics distinct? - How do social economists practice their craft? - What key concepts and/or theoretical constructs mark research by social economists? - How do social economists engage with...
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The theme of the conference is "Social Economics Perspecives on Income Inequality". We invite papers on all topics of relevance to social economics including case studies, empirical analyses, theoretical essays or pedagogical explorations. In addition, we also welcome proposals for papers that...
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THEME: Commodities, Commodification and Alternatives to Exchange For the ASE sessions at the 2015 ASSA meetings we welcome proposals for papers on all aspects of social economics, especially those dealing with the process of and limits to commodification. Possible topics include but are not...
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