[OPE] CFP, SHE Conference on December 8- 9 2008

From: Gerald Levy <jerry_levy@verizon.net>
Date: Thu Sep 11 2008 - 05:32:46 EDT

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From: Peter Kriesler
Subject: Re: CALL FOR PAPERS 7th Society of Heterodox Economists Conference on 8 & 9 2008

The University of New South Wales will host the 7th Society of Heterodox Economists Conference on December 8 and 9, 2008

This year's conference will have both refereed and non-refereed papers. The deadline for submission of abstracts of refereed papers is Friday October 24, and for papers is Friday 7 November. The deadline for submission of abstracts of non-refereed papers is Friday November 7, with papers due Friday 21 November.
Further details will be available from the Conference website.
In addition, we have arranged with the editors of the Economics and Labour Relations Review to have a Symposium Issue of selected papers from the conference.

The following symposia and calls for papers are being organised for the SHE Conference, in addition to the general sessions. If you would like to contribute in any way to any of these sessions, please get in touch with the designated contact person. To contribute papers to general sessions, please send abstracts to: p.kriesler@unsw.edu.au

Symposium on Australia's Energy Future'
Please send proposals to Lynne Chester: L.Chester@curtin.edu.au

Symposium on Innovation and Skills
Please send proposals to Jerry Courvisanos: j.courvisanos@ballarat.edu.au

Symposium on Questions for Sraffa and the Sraffians'
Please send proposals to Neil Hart: n.hart@uws.edu.au

Symposium on the Political Economy of Development in Theory and Practice
Please send proposals to Michael Johnson: michael.johnson@unsw.edu.au

Symposium on Social Inclusion in Australia
Please send proposals to Ilan Katz: ilan.katz@unsw.edu.au

Symposium on Heterodox Economic Policy for the 21st Century
Please send proposals to Peter Kriesler: p.kriesler@unsw.edu.au

A number of International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) sessions will be coordinated by Women in Social and Economic Research (WiSER), based at Curtin University in Western Australia. The aim of these sessions is to provide an opportunity for feminist economists in the Australia/Pacific region to get together and discuss research priorities and needs.
 Abstracts for papers are invited and can be submitted to Siobhan Austen at WiSER:
 E-mail: siobhan.austen@cbs.curtin.edu.au

SHE Website: http://she.web.unsw.edu.au/

Peter Kriesler
School of Economics
University of NSW
Sydney NSW 2052

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