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Proposals for paper presentation and session chairs are invited from all areas of Business and Behavioral Sciences.
The MEA invites papers and organized sessions in all areas of economics — theoretical, quantitative, institutional, or policy oriented.
The University of North Carolina is organizing its twentieth annual symposium designed to bring together leading tax scholars from economics, accounting, finance, law, political science, and related fields. The goal is to bring together scholars from different areas who share a common interest...
This year there are seven sessions devoted to frontier topics that are jointly selected by the IOS Board and a company or foundation working on issues related to the field of Industrial Organization. All conference submissions related to these topics will be considered for inclusion in these...
APEE’s annual meeting explores topics related to private enterprise in an atmosphere that respects free-market approaches. Presentations reflect the latest research in fields such as regulation, public choice, microeconomics, and Austrian economics, as well as development of innovative...
We warmly welcome presentations on any topic, period, and geographical area in Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Social Work, Women’s and Gender Studies, International Studies, Anthropology, and Psychology. Our general theme for 2017, “Social Sciences and Social Change,”...
From the depths of the Great Recession, economic growth in the US and many other countries has been persistent but slow. Economists offer three 1. Consumers. Aggregate demand growth has been insufficient and demandstimulus has been severely limited; 2. Producers. There is less dynamism; (...
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