[OPE-L:4366] Call for Papers - Association of Heterodox Economics

From: A.B.Trigg@open.ac.uk
Date: Mon Oct 30 2000 - 06:56:37 EST


CALL FOR PAPERS

3rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF 
HETERODOX ECONOMICS

THE AIM OF THE CONFERENCE IS TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY 
IN ECONOMIC DISCUSSION AND TO ENCOURAGE 
CONSTRUCTIVE MULTIDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUE. 

Papers from Post Keynesians, Institutionalists, Marxists, 
Historians of thought theory and method, Educationalists, 
neoclassical economists are welcome. Philosophers, social 
theorists are also welcome.


7-8 JULY 2001                                                          
London, United Kingdom

Papers from a plurality of perspectives and topic areas are 
encouraged. 
Proposals for a session or a stream of two or three sessions are 
also welcomed if people are interested in joining the organising 
committee. 
Please send copies of a 250 word abstract for each proposed 
paper to:

Avis Lexton
Faculty of Social Sciences
The Open University
Walton Hall 
Milton Keynes
U.K.
MK7 6AA

Or email:  A.Lexton@open.ac.uk as the initial point of contact

Deadline for submission: Friday 22nd December 2000

Conference fee: 40 (and 15 for post-graduate students)

Format: The Conference will take place over the two-day weekend, 
with four parallel tracks and two plenary sessions.

The abstracts will be judged by a committee consisting of:

Andrew Trigg - co-ordinator (Open University)
Paul Downward  (Staffordshire University)
Alan Freeman (University of Greenwich)
Alfredo Saad Filho (SOAS)
Tidings Ndhlovu (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Wendy Olsen (University of Bradford)
Karl Petrick (Leeds Metropolitan University)
Judith Mehta (Open University)
Bruce Philp (Nottingham Trent University)
Geoff Tily (Office for National Statistics)
Jan Toporowski (South Bank University)



Further information: Dr Paul Downward 
(<P.M.Downward@staffs.ac.uk>), Reader in Economics
Staffordshire University, Leek Road, Stoke on Trent
ST4 2DF
Telephone 01782 294101 (direct line)



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