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AFEE-ASE at ASSA 2015

 

January 3-5, 2015 | Boston, MA

 

AFEE (Association for Evolutionary Economics) and ASE (Association for Social Economics) are having a joint panel at the ASSA annual meeting in 2015. Fred Lee will be coordinating it for AFEE and working very closely with the ASE program chair for the ASSA, Ellen Mutari.  We welcome individual proposal or an entire panel proposal on “The Impact of Commodification on the Social Provisioning Process”. The joint AFEE/ASE panel is allocated to AFEE. Please note that anyone who presents a paper must be a member of AFEE or ASE at the time of submission of the paper or panel proposal. Preference will be given to presenters who are members of both organizations.

 

Proposals for papers or panels must be electronically submitted as a pdf or word file to the AFEE Program Chair, Frederic Lee and to the ASE Program Chair, Ellen Mutari, by April 22, 2014. The following information must be submitted for each paper:

 

a.       Name(s) of author(s);

b.      Professional affiliation(s);

c.       E-mail address of corresponding author (ideally, for all authors involved);

d.      Mailing address of corresponding author (ideally, for all authors involved);

e.       Title of proposed paper;

f.        Abstract of no more than 250 words;

 

For all authors, we will also need name, institutional affiliation, phone, email, and membership status in AFEE and ASE.

 

Please be send your paper proposal and all requested information to:

 

Frederic Lee (AFEE Program Chair)                Ellen Mutari (ASE Program Chair)

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For AFEE membership information, please, visit www.afee.net or contact [log in to unmask].

 

For ASE membership, information can be found at  http://socialeconomics.org/

 

We will confirm membership prior to accepting proposals.

Authors will be informed whether their abstracts/panel has been accepted by the end of May 2014.

 

You are expected to have paper prepared and provided to members of your panel in mid-December.

 

For the general AFEE and ASE Call for Papers, go the following links:

 

AFEE CFP:  http://www.afee.net/

 

ASE CFP:   http://www.socialeconomics.org/?page=conferences&side=assa&sub=call_for_papers