Economic Policy in Times of Crisis
The 24th Annual EAEPE Conference 2012 will be held at the Kraków University of Economics, Kraków, Poland, from 18 to 21 October 2012.
Chair of local organising committee: Lukasz MamicaEAEPE’s annual conference 2012 will be devoted to challenges in current economic policy connected with economical and financial crisis. Unstable situation at financial markets, increasing public debts and limited economic growth require new solutions in economic policy. Many traditional tools of growth recovery do not bring positive results and show that both background of current crises and expected policy recommendations are much different than in the past. The conference will be a platform for exchange ideas and results of both theoretical and empirical research connected with possible ways of economic recovery.
The conference invites all scholars to submit their contribution on the conference theme of this year, or on usual topics covered by EAEPE’s research areas. Special sessions will be dedicated to the scientific heritage of the great Polish economist Michal Kalecki.
Keynote speakers: Dani Rodrik (Harvard) and Marek Belka (National Bank of Poland)
Hardy Hanappi, Jerzy Hausner, Geoffrey Hodgson, Oliver Kessler, Georgis Liagouras, Maria Lissowska, Uskali Mäki, Lukasz Mamica, Klaus Nielsen, Paolo Ramazzotti, Bernhard Rengs, Pasquale Tridico, Caroline Vincensini.
Abstracts for papers and final papers to be presented can be submitted electronically at the conference website http://eaepe.org/conferences.
Each submission should specify either one of EAEPE’s research areas or indicate that it contributes to the conference theme. Abstracts should have a length of at least 300 words (minimum) and 750 words (maximum), and should provide name, email and (if possible) affiliation(s) of the author(s), along with the closest name and code of the EAEPE’s Research Areas.
Authors are also invited to propose special sessions (4 abstracts).
PhD special sessions will also be organized. PhD students will not have to pay conference fee.
Abstract submission deadline: 30th April 2012
Extended abstract submission deadline: 20th May 2012
Notification of Acceptance: 10th June 2012
Full Paper submission deadline: 17th September 2012
Early registration fee (before 15 August 2012): 190€
Late registration fee (after 15 August 2012): 240€
Scholars from Central and Eestern Europe may apply for a reduced conferece fee of 100€ (before 15 August 2012)
Registration fee for poster sessions: 100€
Conference dinner fee (which includes a visit to a historical salt mine): 40€
Please note that to present a paper or a poster you need to be a paid-up EAEPE member. To renew your membership please visit the EAEPE registration page.
Please download the attachement below. Papers can be downloaded here.
Please download the instructions and map below.
Information regarding accomodation in Kraków can be found here.
For any information on the conference, please contact the local organizer, Lukasz Mamica (Conference Chair) at email@example.com.
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