EAEPE Symposium 2018 is organized by Roberto Iacono and Jonathan Moses from Norwegian University of Science and Technology. It is jointly funded by the Institute for New Economic Thinking. It will be held from 14th to 15th June 2018. Abstract submission to firstname.lastname@example.org before 20.2.2018. More details here!
EAEPE has agreed to curate the Economics channel of New Books Network, an amazing repository of interviews on several disciplines run by academics and based at Amherst College. We have just published our first interview with Carlo D'Ippoliti. This will be followed shortly by the interviews with the winners of the 2017 Myrdal prize. You can follow our series of podcasts on iTunes or on the website of the network. We will also publish them on Twitter and Facebook.
Hereby we would like to congratulate the 2017 prize winners for their outstanding submissions for the EAEPE 2017 William Kapp Award (ex aequo for) Franklin Obeng-Odoom and Toru Yamamori, the EAEPE 2017 Herbert Simon Young Scholar Award going to Pedro Mendes Loureiro and the EAEPE 2017 Gunnar Myrdal Award (ex aequo) going to Marc Lavoie and Wolfram Elsner, Torsten Heinrich, Henning Schwardt.
We are happy to announce the Conference Programme for the 29th Annual EAEPE Conference, held at Corvinus University of Budapest, 19-21 October 2017. Download the Conference Programme!
Two excellent Keynotes this year at EAEPE2017, Corvinus University of Budapest. Mariana Mazzucato will give her Keynote Speech on: Mission Oriented Innovation: Rethinking the DIRECTION of Economic Growth. Thomas Palley will give his Keynote Speech on The Political Economy of the Neoliberal War on the Welfare State. More information on the Speakers here.
The Routledge Handbook of Heterodox Economics has just arrived, edited by Tae-Hee Jo, Lynne Chester, Carlo D'Ippoliti. "The Routledge Handbook of Heterodox Economics" is a collection of essays written by authors representing a wide range of theoretical perspectives within heterodox economics—that is, Marxian-radical political economics, Post Keynesian-Sraffian economics, institutionalist-evolutionary economics, feminist economics, social economics, Régulation theory, the Social Structure of Accumulation approach, ecological economics, and combinations of these traditions. More information here and a 20% discount with this flyer.
Prior to the annual EAEPE conference in Budapest in October 2017, young researchers and students are welcome to attend seminars and workshops in a series of pre conference workshops. The workshops will last between three and six hours and will be held over a period of two half days. Participants will be assigned a few reading materials prior to the pre-conference to facilitate the workshops and to help sustain the network. Download the CfP!
The general theme of this year's EAEPE Summer School is: STRUCTURAL CHANGE, INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. The EAEPE Summer School is open to PhD students and early-career researchers working in particular in the field of institutional and evolutionary analysis. Please download the Summer School programme here! Apply online for the Summer School here!
The online submission system for the 29th Annual EAEPE conference, to be held at Corvinus University of Budapest, 19-21 October 2017, is open now. Please submit your Abstract here!
The Eaepe Council supports the petition of Academics for Peace in solidarity with Turkish colleagues and academicians, for academic freedom in Turkey. Please have a look into the following documents, here and here!
Upcoming EAEPE Events
EAEPE and YSI-INET Symposium
Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Trondheim, NO: 14-15 June 2018
The 30th Annual EAEPE ConferenceUniversity of Nice Sophia Antipolis, FR: 06-08 September 2018