Date(s) - Tuesday, September 8, 2020 - Wednesday, September 9, 2020
09:00 - 17:00
Categories No Categories
The Cambridge Journal of Economics conference will now be held 8 and 9 September 2021 (see: http://www.cpes.org.uk/events/cje2021/), it will still be held at Newnham College, Cambridge. The conference will provide a forum for the presentation of work that advances heterodox economics.
The conference was due to be held on 8 and 9 September 2020 but due to the global Covid-19 pandemic the decision has been made to postpone the event until 2021. Submissions of abstracts were welcomed in any area of heterodox economics and related social science disciplines. The conference looks to cover a broad range of topics including the following themes:
- Industrial Organisation, Strategy & Development
- Philosophy & Methodology
- Social Ontology
- Methods for Investigating Phenomena generated in Open Social Systems
- International / Comparative Political Economy
- Economic Growth and Development
- Inequality / Poverty
- Economic History
- History of Economic Thought
- Gender, Employment & Job Quality
- Feminist Economics
- Monetary Theory & Institutions
- Financialisation and de-financialisation
- The Futures of Capitalism and of Globalization
- Keynes for Today
- Post-Keynesian Macroeconomics
- Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development
- The Place of Digital Information Technologies in the Economy
- The Future of Economics Teaching
CALL FOR PAPERS SUBMISSIONS
The Call for Papers is now closed.
The details for the Call for Papers are available to download HERE.
All conference attendees must register for the conference beforehand. The conference is being sponsored by the The Cambridge Journal of Economics and so the registration fees are subsidised. Please register by booking a delegate place, the booking section will be opened shortly. Please note that accommodation is not included in the delegate fees and should be booked separately, see ACCOMMODATION below.
The conference will take place in Newnham College, Cambridge CB3 9DF. Please note that there is limited parking onsite see the Parking in Cambridge web page and the Finding the College webpage for further directions to the College.
Please note that accommodation in Cambridge at this time of year is very limited and we would suggest that you book your accommodation as soon as you register your delegate place. There is limited accommodation available in the conference venue, which should be booked directly with Newnham College via email@example.com. Alternative accommodation suggestions include:
- Other University College rooms (www.universityrooms.com )
- Doubletree Hotel (www.doubletreecambridge.com)
- Hotel du Vin (www.hotelduvin.com/locations/cambridge/)
- Royal Cambridge Hotel (www.theroyalcambridgehotel.co.uk)
- Hilton Cambridge City Centre (www3.hilton.com)
CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
The Cambridge Journal of Economics was first published in March 1977. The journal publishes papers from across the full range of heterodox perspectives, providing a forum for theoretical, applied, policy relevant, interdisciplinary, history of thought and methodological work. It has a strong emphasis on the promotion of realistic analysis, the development of critical perspectives, the deployment of innovative empirical methods and the construction of policy.
CONFERENCE SUPPORTERS INCLUDE:
Any enquiries regarding the conference should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org