New South Wales

The 2019 History of Economic Thought Society of Australia Conference

Date

From: Wednesday October 2, 2019, 5:30 pm

To: Friday October 4, 2019, 6:00 pm

The 32nd HETSA Conference will be held at the University of Sydney.

CALL FOR PAPERS. Proposals for presentations of research papers on any topics in the history of economics are invited, for submission by Tuesday 2 April 2019 — by email to the Convenor —  with an abstract of not more than 300 words. Notice of acceptance or otherwise of submissions for presentations will be provided by Tuesday 30 April 2019.

FULL PAPERS are to be provided by Wednesday 4 September, by email to the Convenor.

REGISTRATION for the Conference is required by Friday 2 August 2019 (AU$220.00; fulltime students AU$150.00; Conference dinner AU$90.00).

The KEYNOTE SPEAKER for the Conference is Professor Fabio Petri, University of Siena: ‘Capital Theory, 1874–2019, and the State of Macroeconomics’.

Website: https://sites.google.com/site/fabiopetripapers/home

Live from 8 March 2019, the website for registration, for the provision of conference-related information, and for access to the Conference papers (after 18 September) is:

https://fass.e-newsletter.com.au/hetsa-2019

NOTE: On Sunday 6 October a major football Final will be taking place in Sydney. Therefore, Conference participants— particularly if planning to stay in Sydney into the weekend following the Conference should consider booking accommodation and flights as early as possible. (This applies more to domestic flights than international flights.) Monday 7 October is also a public holiday in Sydney (Labour Day).

The Conference gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in the University of Sydney and the School of Economics in the University of Sydney.

The Convenor of the Conference is Professor Tony Aspromourgos, School of Economics, University of Sydney, Sydney NSW 2006, Australia. E: tony.aspromourgos@sydney.edu.au

Venue

University of Sydney

Sydney, Sydney NSW 2000


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