The year of 2014 marks the 70th anniversary of the publication of 'The Great Transformation' and 50 years since the death of Karl Polanyi in 1964. The Karl Polanyi Institute of Political Economy at Concordia University organizes an International Conference: The Enduring Legacy of Karl Polanyi.
The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) and EAEPE will jointly host two sessions in agreement with the local organizer and Scientific Committee. The specific Call for Papers can get downloaded here.
Special session at the 26th Annual EAEPE Conference on "Fallacies of Efficiency and Secure Property Rights: Institutional Credibility and Function"
The proposed session will bring together leading, international scholars as well as young students of development and institutional change. The specific Call for Papers can get downloaded here.
A new EAEPE Research [Z] was created on 'Co-Operative Economy and Collective Ownership'. This research area welcomes scholars interested in the co-operative sector, an important component of the economy in Europe, in the Americas and in the Asia Pacific, and of developing significance in Africa.
A new EAEPE Research [R] was created on 'Classical Theory and Policy Analysis'. This research area aims to reconstruct economic theory and policy analysis along the lines of the classical or surplus approach brought to light again and revived by Piero Sraffa.
We are pleased to announce the invitation to the valedictory lecture by Prof. John Groenewegen at TU Delft, during the 17th International Conference 'Economcis of Infrastructure': Understanding and Designing Next Generation Infrastructures; on Mono-, Multi- and Interdisciplinarity. Prof. Groenewegen has been General Secretary of EAEPE for 10 years and has done outstanding work for the association.
We are pleased to announce the 1st call for papers for the 26th Annual EAEPE Conference 2014 on ‘Unemployment and Austerity in Mediterranean European Countries’ to be held at University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus from 6-8 November 2014.
Selected contributions, edited by Łukasz Mamica and Pasquale Tridico, of the Annual Conference 2012 in Krakow have now been published in the Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy series as Economic Policy and the Financial Crisis (London: Routledge)
The Journal of Institutional Economics (JOIE) celebrates its 10-year anniversay in 2014. Online access to the entire full text archive is now available at no extra charge to all EAEPE members! Log into your account to read the latest articles.
The 26th Annual EAEPE Conference will be held at the University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, from 6 to 8 November 2014.
Browse the programme by session to download abstracts and full papers.
The lectures given at the 2011 and 2012 editions of the EAEPE Summer School have been published in the Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy series as Financial Crises, Labour Markets and Institutions (London: Routledge) and Institutions and Development after the Financial Crisis (London: Routledge).
EAEPE sponsors the Journal of Institutional Economics (JOIE), a journal devoted to the study of the nature, role and evolution of institutions in the economy. JOIE is delivered free of charge to all EAEPE members at least until 2015.