From: gerald_a_levy (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 20 2002 - 16:06:50 EST
----- Original Message ----- From: "Alan Freeman" <a.freeman@GREENWICH.AC.UK> Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 1:40 PM Subject: Reminder: 10th Value Theory Conference at the EEA, Feb 21-23, Manhattan This is to remind you of the upcoming IWGVT value theory conference at the EEA in New York next year. We can accept abstracts up to the end of November at which time we must provide the EEA organisers with a list of our sessions. Cordially Alan Freeman Andrew Kliman CALL FOR PAPERS 10th ANNUAL MINI-CONFERENCE ON VALUE THEORY Crowne Plaza Manhattan Hotel, February 21-23, 2003 This year we celebrate an important milestone -- the tenth annual mini-conference of the International Working Group on Value Theory (IWGVT). In the face of an increasingly hostile intellectual and political environment during the last decade, the IWGVT has established itself as a force for academic freedom and critical pluralism within economics, including within radical economics. We invite you to participate. The mini-conference will take place within the Eastern Economic Association (EEA) conference, at the Crowne Plaza Manhattan Hotel, 1605 Broadway, New York City, from February 21 to 23, 2003. The mini-conference will have three main foci: * We celebrate our 10th year. * We strongly encourage graduate students to present papers and participate. * In light of the recent global plunge in share prices, we especially welcome papers that assess the current state and possible future trajectories of the world economy. Other papers consonant with the IWGVT's aims and policies are also welcome. To foster pluralistic and critical dialogue, papers should conform to the IWGVT scholarship guidelines. Our aims, and full instructions on paper submissions including our scholarship guidelines, are discussed in the full version of the Call (attached as a Word document). Abstracts of individual papers are welcome from September 10th onwards. The final deadline for abstracts is November 1, 2002. The final deadline for completed papers is January 20, 2003. Final acceptance is conditional on papers being provided by this deadline. To contact us: For further information, e-mail us (Andrew_Kliman@msn.com or firstname.lastname@example.org), or consult our website at www.greenwich.ac.uk/~fa03/iwgvt , which also contains past papers.
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