YSI @ AHE 2022 Conference – Call for Papers

Dear YSI members,

The YSI Economic Development Working Group (EDWG) and the Gender and Economics Working Group (G&E) invite young scholars to submit papers for presentation at the YSI panel on "Re-framing economic crises: Towards a more radical approach" at the 24th Annual Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics (AHE).

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Conference theme
Crises in capitalism or crises of capitalism – Current issues and transformative solutions

Panel topic
Re-framing economic crises – Towards a more radical approach

In line with the main theme of the conference, this session aims at opening up the discussion about how to overcome the crises from different perspectives and schools of thought. To engage with these issues, we invited submission from the young scholars focusing on, albeit not limited to, the following topics:

  • Economic analyses of the care/reproduction crisis
  • Theoretical and empirical analysis of the consequences of the crises (Marxist, Post-Keynesian, Structuralist, Feminist, etc.)
  • How public policies differ in the Global South
  • The consequences of the crises to the informal labour market
  • The role of household and firms’ indebtedness

For consideration, please submit papers / work in progress around 5000-12,000 words-long, with an abstract of 300 words by 31st March 2022. Selected paper presenters will be notified by 15th April 2022.

Date and Location of the conference
6th – 8th of July. The conference is organized in a hybrid format. The in-person venue for the 2022 conference is SOAS University of London. YSI can cover flights and accommodation for selected participants if they wish and are able to travel.

Registration fees
Please note that in order to participate in this conference, it will be necessary to pay registration fees. Unfortunately, YSI cannot cover registration fees at this time. The exact fees are still being defined and will be updated on the conference page soon. There are different brackets for the fees based on what different people will have to pay based on whether they are student/fractional staff or hold an academic position, location, and whether their participation will be online or offline

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