Papers in all areas of economics and related disciplines - including accounting, Asian economies, behavioral economics, demography, economic philosophy, economic psychology, economic sociology, environmental economics, European Union, finance, health economics, law & economics, management, monetary economics, political sciences, public administration, public policy, transition economics, etc. - are eligible for presentation.
The abstract must include 1) title, 2) objectives, 3) data/methods, and 4) conclusions or (expected) results.
The cover sheet must include: 1) name, 2) academic rank or title, 3) affiliation, 4) e-mail addresses of authors, 5) category number of topic (see listing in the Journal of Economic Literature).
All submissions are subject to peer review.
Manuscripts in the fields of public finance and management will be eligible for submission to Public Finance and Management (PFM). Click here to see a ranking of 31 public economics journals. PFM ranks #16.
Participants may or may not present a paper. Discussants will be assigned to all accepted papers. The discussant process aims at further enhancing the quality of the papers.
The submission deadline for abstracts is November 15, 2016. (Late submissions are possible on a space available basis.)
The submission deadline for full-length papers is November 30, 2016.
Please note that you must register by November 15, 2016 to have your name and paper title included in the program.