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The theme of the 2018 conference will be “Challenges to International Business Practice, Theory and Research in an Anti-globalisation Era” reflecting the unexpected recent political challenges to globalisation and international business generally.
The Australasian Economic Theory Workshop is an annual meeting of economic theorists in the Australasian region. The workshop traditionally provides a forum to present and discuss research in economic theory, and to foster collaborations. Submission of papers in all areas of economic theory is...
The Local Organising Committee for the 2018 Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES) now invites Selected Paper, Contributed Paper and Poster contributions highlighting the latest economic research and policy innovations in the areas of agriculture, environment, food,...
The 2018 APESA conference (8-9 February) will be preceded by a one day workshop on neuroeconomics (7th February). The workshop is designed to offer the opportunity to graduate students (and interested academics) to get an introduction to this area. Following the ESA conference, there is the...
The meeting follows a conference of the Economic Science Association (ESA) in the same location and will start with a dinner on Friday (9 February) and a full day of sessions on Saturday (10 February). Anyone interested in experimental finance is strongly urged to submit a paper for presentation...
This workshop aims to be a signature forum that deepens and widens our knowledge of how accounting operates in organizations and societies. Accounting is a calculative practice that penetrates the contemporary world in a myriad of diverse ways – from public rankings calling schools and...
The conference under the topic of History from Below: Ordinary lives in historical and comparative perspective will bring together researchers in Business, Economic and Social History and feature new and exciting research from a variety of perspectives covering historical developments in...
This workshop provides a forum for the development and dissemination of applications of econometrics and other quantitative approaches in health economics. Presentations by doctoral students and junior researchers are encouraged.
The Symposium theme for 2018 is Entrepreneurship and Global Supply Chain Management Driving Sustainability and Social Innovation. This Symposium has long been known to provide a venue where academics, research students and practitioners have an opportunity to share their research, knowledge and...
For the contributed paper sessions, submission of papers (in English) on any aspect relevant to cultural economics will be considered. Submissions are also welcome from different disciplinary perspectives that share an interest in empirically motivated data driven research involving aspects of...
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