Call for Papers &

Conferences

1st International European Modern Monetary Theory conference

January 31, 2019

Modern Monetary Theory is transforming the social sciences. It has entered economics, law, history, finance, banking, public policy, and philosophy. Join us and explore the state-of-the-art of modern economic thinking!

Submissions are welcome on any aspect of Modern Monetary Theory, such as the Euro, fiscal policy, monetary policy, economic development, employment policy, the framing and marketing of MMT, taxation, inflation, and reforming the financial system. Submissions from scholars outside the economics discipline are especially welcome. Please send your individual abstract (200 words maximum) or panel submission with a short description to info@mmtconference.eu. Please also include name, city of residence, current status (student/PhD/Post-Doc/Prof/other) and affiliation. 

Accounting, Economics, and Law - SASE Research Network Conference

June 26, 2019

The journal Accounting, Economics, and Law: A Convivium (CONVIVIUM) and its editors are proud to announce the call for submissions for their research network No. P included in the SASE 2019 Annual Meeting, to be held in New York (USA), next June 27 – 29.

 

SASE is an international, inter-disciplinary organization with members in over fifty countries on five continents. The academic disciplines represented in SASE include economics, sociology, political science, organization studies, management, accounting, psychology, law, history, and philosophy. The membership of SASE also includes business people and policy makers in governments and international organizations.

 

 

For more information, see the call for submissions below. Don't miss this opportunity!

Young scholars seminar ‘Bridging the gaps in EU financial regulation’

November 16, 2018

EURO-CEFG is organising, together with the Centre for European Economic Law and Governance (Universities of Wrocław and Warsaw), a joint conference on ‘EU Financial Markets: East Meets West’ on 16-17 November 2018 in Warsaw, Poland. As part of the conference, the Young Researcher Group of the European Banking Institute will co-organise with both centres a young scholars seminar on ‘Bridging the gaps in EU financial regulation’. The seminar is open to PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers in law, economics and related disciplines.

Should you be interested in participating in the seminar, please read the call for papers available in the link below. 

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