We welcome proposals for contributed papers and symposia in all areas of the philosophy and methodology of economics. We particularly encourage submissions that combine philosophy and methodology of economics with other perspectives on studying economics offered, for instance, by history and sociology of economics, ethics, political philosophy, as well as by feminist approaches and social ontology.
CONTRIBUTED PAPERS: Abstracts for contributed papers should be 700–1,000 words (extended abstracts).
SYMPOSIA: A symposium is composed of three or four papers (in both cases the allotted time is 90 minutes) that address a shared theme. Symposium proposals should contain a short summary of the topic and motivation of the symposium (250–300 words) accompanied by abstracts of the symposium papers (500–900 words each). Book symposiums will also be considered.
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: please prepare your submission for anonymous review, and submit it through Sciencesconf.org: https://inem2023.sciencesconf.org.
If you are a Young Scholar (a PhD candidate or a scholar who have obtained the PhD after January 1, 2020), and want your submission to be considered for the INEM Young Scholars Award, please select "Paper - Young scholar" when submitting at https://inem2023.sciencesconf.org. Young scholars willing to be considered for the award must submit the full paper prior to the conference. Papers should be sent by 3 April 2023 (CET) to INEMyoungscholars@gmail.com with the title: ‘YS submission’.
The deadline for the submissionsof both papers and symposia is January 20, 2023.
Decisionswill be communicated by February 15, 2023.
Conference registration: February 16 – May 15, 2023.