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Dear AFEEfolks,

After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, ICAPE will once again resume
its tradition of running a conference immediately after the ASSA
conference. AFEE has a long history of strong participation in the ICAPE
conference, and we hope that will once again be the case. Note that the
ICAPE conference has substantial flexibility, and we are open to workshops,
roundtable discussions, and other types of innovative session structures.
Graduate student submissions are also encouraged. As a unique gathering
featuring economists from the major U.S. heterodox associations, the ICAPE
conference is typically an engaging and collegial affair.

We hope you can join us.

Best regards,
Geoff Schneider
ICAPE Executive Director

 *ICAPE 2022 Conference**Call for Papers*

January 9-10, 2022
Simmons University, Boston, Mass.

*Conference theme: Pluralist Economics in a Post-Pandemic World*

The global economy is being buffeted by a series of crises. First, we have
the Coronavirus pandemic and recession which is wreaking widespread
devastation around the world in the face of inadequate public health
systems. Second, in the U.S., we have the crisis of racial stratification
and policing. The nationwide explosion of unrest following the murder of
George Floyd was only the latest indicator of the dissatisfaction with
racialized policing and ongoing racial inequities. Third, we have the
broader crisis of increasing inequality, and the myriad problems that
accompany an economic system structured to benefit the 1%. Fourth, we have
the global climate crisis, and the possibility of major disruptions to the
provision of food, water and other necessities coupled with increasingly
frequent and devastating natural disasters.

Heterodox and pluralistic mainstream economists are particularly
well-suited to analyze crises given their focus on real-world phenomena and
the forces behind deprivation and change. This conference is open to
papers, presentations, roundtables, and workshops that explore any issues
in a heterodox or pluralistic fashion. We are particularly interested in
papers that explore the following topics:

   - The root causes and possible solutions to the myriad crisis facing
   contemporary capitalism;
   - Theoretical or applied work exploring any heterodox tradition, the
   intersections and differences between heterodox traditions, and/or the
   intersections and differences between mainstream and heterodox economics;
   - The best methods and materials to use to teach pluralistically in the
   current environment.

ICAPE, the International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in
Economics, is committed to a broad, pluralistic approach to economics.
Founding member associations include the International Association For
Feminist Economics (IAFFE), the Union for Radical Political Economics
(URPE), the Association For Evolutionary Economics (AFEE), the Association
For Institutional Thought (AFIT), and the Association for Social Economics
(ASE). Submissions from members of these organizations are particularly
welcome, as are submissions from any economist committed to a pluralistic
approach to the discipline.

We welcome work from all strands of heterodox economic theory, including
evolutionary, ecological, complexity, institutional, feminist, Austrian,
Marxian, Sraffian, Post-Keynesian, behavioral/psychological, social,
radical political, critical realism, agent-based modeling, and general
heterodox economics. We are interested in research from *any* of the
perspectives listed above, and research by mainstream economists open to
incorporating a pluralistic approach. We are also particularly interested
in material from graduate students, sessions on pluralistic teaching, and
material on the state of pluralism in economics.

Submissions are due by Friday, September 10, 2022.

The ASSA/AEA conference takes place from January 7-9, 2022. ICAPE’s
conference will occur immediately *after* the ASSA meetings, beginning in
the late afternoon on January 9th and continuing for a half day on January
10th. ICAPE sessions will be held at Simmons University, just 1.4 miles
 away from ASSA conference hotels. ICAPE sessions will begin at 3:45 PM on
January 9 and end at around 12:00 PM on January 10th.

All papers must be submitted via the Google Forms below.
Individual papers can be submitted here: 
Panels can be submitted here: 

Conference registration fee: $140 regular registration, or $70 low income.

Some scholarships may be available to graduate students who are not
currently employed full time and who are a member of one of the founding
ICAPE associations (AFEE, AFIT, ASE, IAFFE, URPE).

ICAPE does not arrange for housing. Instead, participants are encouraged to
use ASSA conference housing, which is heavily discounted, or to make their
own arrangements.

All papers presented at the ICAPE conference will be considered for the
ICAPE proceedings issue of the *American Review of Political Economy*.

Tentative schedule:

January 9th, 3:00 PM: ASSA conference ends
Breakout session 1: 3:45-4:15 PM
Breakout session 2: 4:30-6:00 PM
Plenary dinner: 6:15-8:00 PM
ICAPE Board meeting: 8-9 PM
Monday, January 10
Breakout session 3: 8:15-10:00 AM
Breakout session 4: 10:15-12:00 PM
Conference ends at 12:00 PM on January 10th

For additional information, visit , or contact
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