a) LEEDS CONFERENCES Call for Participants The International Network for Economic Method (INEM) Conference will be held at the University of Leeds from 2-3 September 2003. INEM seeks to promote links among economic methodologists, economists in all fields, and scholars in cognate disciplines. Building on last year’s successful conference at the University of Stirling, this year’s conference at the University of Leeds brings together exciting new work in economic methodology from new and established contributors, including Rojhat Berdan Avsar, Maurizio Caserta, Vicky Chick, John Davis, Andy Denis, Jean Deflacelière, Sheila Dow, Paul Downward, Bill Gerrard, Geoff Harcourt, Céline Jullien, Matthias Klaes, Edith Kuiper, Tony Lawson, Paul Lewis, Andrew Mearman, Mark Peacock, Steve Pratten, Julian Reiss, Alla Sheptun, Carine Staropoli and Jack Vromen. All those interested in recent innovations and developments in the field of economic methodology are encouraged to attend. Registration is from 1pm on 2nd Sept. Conference sessions start at 2pm, and there will be an evening meal. The conference ends after lunch on 3rd September. The Annual History of Economic Thought conference sessions then start at 2pm. Further details can be found on the conference web page at http://lubswww.leeds.ac.uk/INEM/, or the INEM homepage at http://www.econmethodology.org/inem/. Accommodation bookings prior to 11 August will get special reduced rates. The Annual History of Economic Thought (HET) Conference will be held at the University of Leeds from 3-5 September 2003. The Conference Venue is Weetwood Hall, Conference Centre and Hotel. Information on Weetwood Hall can be obtained from the web site www.weetwood.co.uk. Further details including the full programme of the conference and an electronic copy of the booking form can be found on the conference web page at: http://lubswww.leeds.ac.uk/UKHET/ Please note that accommodation bookings prior to 11 August will get special reduced rates. The cost of the conference including 2 (two) nights accommodation, full board and conference dinner will be £240. The non- residents rate is £94.
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