ACE2017 - Call for Papers
From: Saturday October 1, 2016, 12:00 am
To: Friday March 31, 2017, 12:00 am
Call for Papers
The annual conference of the Economic Society of Australia, hosted in 2017 by the NSW Branch at the Sofitel Hotel in Sydney, provides a forum for academic, government and business economists to consider issues such as inequality and poverty, financial regulation, taxation reform, education reform, mental health, regional trade agreements, international migration flows, and overseas aid.
Leo Pasvolsky Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and College Park Professor at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.
W. Kip Viscusi
Vanderbilt's first University Distinguished Professor, with tenured appointments in the Department of Economics and the Owen Graduate School of Management as well as in the Law School.
Submissions of high quality academic papers and policy papers from all areas of economics are invited. We particularly welcome papers from PhD students. A full paper has a greater chance of acceptance, but we will consider abstracts where the author has an established publication track record. Proposals for a session of 3-4 papers on a topic, with a session chair are particularly welcome. ACE sessions do not include discussants, but we allow ample time for questions from attendees.
Please submit, via the conference website www.ace2017.org.au. We will be refereeing and notifying decisions on papers as they are submitted, until the submission deadline of Friday 31 March. All decisions will be communicated by Friday 19 May at the latest. Presenters must be registered by Friday 2 June which is when we will be preparing the draft program.
Papers and sessions must be submitted at the online portal www.ace2017.org.au. Enquiries about the paper submissions process, program and registrations may be directed to Emily at Leishman Associates on 03 6234 7844 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACE 2017 organising committee welcomes the wider circulation of the Call for Papers to colleagues and PhD students.
Chair of the ACE2017 organising committee
Professor of Economics and Dean of Business,
Alphacrucis College, Sydney, Australia
61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW 2000