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Submissions of papers in all areas of economic theory are invited. We especially encourage submissions from young researchers, including graduating PhD students. Submissions of experimental and/or behavioural papers are also welcome as long as they have a significant theoretical component.
Conference Themes: Alliances, Teams & Networks; Corporate Entrepreneurship; Economies of Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial Cognition; Entrepreneurial Growth & Performance; Entrepreneurial Strategy; Entrepreneurship Education & Training; Family Business; Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship; High...
The meeting promotes active interaction among researchers in experimental economics, behavioural economics and related areas. We also encourage theoretical contributions. A list of potential topics/sessions includes, but is not limited to, behavioural economics and game theory, including social...
The conference brings together economists and political scientists to address political economy issues related to international organizations such as the World Trade Organization, United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and European Union, and others. We also consider...
The organisers welcome proposals for contributions on the conference theme: “Decline and Rise: Asia since the Industrial Revolution” from any aspect in economic history. While submissions for papers or panels on the conference topic will be given preference, submissions to all topics in...
You are invited to submit papers on any topic in financial economics for the 2019 UWFC.
We welcome participation in all forms, including attendance, submission of an abstract or poster, offers to organise a special session, or to lead a policy initiative forum or a forum on developments in regional practice. We warmly welcome papers on any aspect of regional studies or regional...
The goal of this year’s conference is to discuss how the dynamics and uncertainty of the institutional environment may change international business and how multinational enterprises (MNEs) might respond to such challenges in different institutional contexts. The rules of the game are...
The conference theme is Global Work, Quality Work? This theme invites us to consider the dilemmas arising from growing disparities in the quality of jobs and from fragmentation of employment, especially in the context of the rapidly changing landscape of global capitalism, labour regulation,...
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