Call for Panelists

AFEE at the 2016 ASSA Annual Meetings

January 3–5, 2016. San Francisco, USA

Dear AFEEers,

We are trying to organize one (or two) session on the following topics:

*(1)  The Organizational History of Heterodox Economics *

*(2) The History of Economic Analysis (with a focus on “institutions”)*

The panel(s) aims to discuss the organizational history of heterodox
economics and/or the history of heterodox economic theories. The focal
point is to address the *co-development of various heterodox economics
traditions*, such as institutional economics, Marxian-radical political
economics, Post Keynesian economics, social economics, feminist economics,
and other heterodox approaches. More specifically, we are interested in
papers dealing with (i) the importance of the history of heterodox
associations and communities, (ii) heterodox economics movements, and (iii)
the historical analysis of “institutions” from various heterodox

There is a possibility that either or both of these sessions could be
organized as a joint session (AFEE-ASE, AFEE-IAFFE, or AFEE-URPE), if a
member of ASE, IAFEE, or URPE wishes to participate.

We encourage young heterodox economists to submit their paper proposals.
Also we encourage senior heterodox economists to participate in either of
the sessions as discussants.

If you are interested in either of the proposed themes (as a presenter or
discussant), please email us, *Tae-Hee Jo ([log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>) and Felipe Almeida ([log in to unmask]
<[log in to unmask]>)* by *March 13, 2015*, along with the author
information and a short abstract (50 words, for ASSA) and long abstract
(250 words for program chair).

For the details of the AFEE 2016 proposals, see the AFEE call for papers


Tae-Hee Jo and Felipe Almeida

Tae-Hee Jo, PhD
Associate Professor
Economics and Finance Department
SUNY Buffalo State
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222 USA
Tel:  (716) 878-6933, Fax: (716) 878-6907
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