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Tampa, FL, November 23-25, 2013 (Saturday - Monday)
The annual conference of the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics will be held during the Southern Economics Association meetings in Tampa, Florida, at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina.
Members interested in presenting papers, serving as chairs/discussants, or proposing entire panels should submit proposals by Monday, March 25, 2013. With all submissions, please include the following information for each participant, including non-attending co-authors:
2. Affiliation (Title and institution)
3. E-mail address
4. Telephone number
5. Title of paper(s)
6. Abstract(s) of no more than 100 words
Any attachments must be either Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) or Word (.doc or .docx) format.
If you are proposing a paper for presentation, we assume that you will serve as a chair or discussant (if needed) for at least one other conference session. If you are proposing an entire panel (including a roundtable or debate), please have all the contact information for all the participants when you send the materials. If you wish only to serve as a chair or discussant, please indicate so in your submission. Note that each session during the SEA meetings lasts one hour and forty-five minutes and typically has four or more participants.
Please note that the conference organizers have to be free to place your paper or panel on any of the conference days.
SDAE members who are current in their annual membership dues are given priority for SDAE panels. If you wish to renew your membership, you can do so online at: http://it.stlawu.edu/sdae/apply.htm
Please send your submissions by email only to SDAE President-Elect Chris Coyne at firstname.lastname@example.org (with “SDAE 2013” in the subject line of the e-mail).
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SDAE Listserv Information
The Society is happy to announce the creation of a scholarly listserv devoted to the Austrian school of economics. The "AustrianEcon" listserv is devoted to the ideas of the Austrian school of economics and related contributions to the understanding of human action and its consequences. We aim for as broad a discussion as possible across any disciplines or schools of thought that relate to Austrian economics. It must be emphasized that the listserv is not a forum for political discussion except to the degree that such issues have a direct connection to the scholarly contributions of the Austrian school both past and present.
Membership in the list is subject to the approval of the list manager. Membership will be limited to those affiliated with universities, think-tanks, or other scholarly/intellectual organizations. Exceptions for those not so affiliated will be granted on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the list manager. SDAE members are automatically eligible for membership. You can request to join the list by emailing the list manager Steve Horwitz at email@example.com .
We strongly encourage members to use the list as a vehicle for the dissemination of their current scholarship. In particular, discussion of working papers is a very valuable use of the listserv. Any members wishing to make a paper available for discussion should contact the list manager and the paper will be posed at the SDAE website for list members to access. Austrian analyses of current contributions to the mainstream economics literature are also strongly encouraged as is discussion of current work in related disciplines (e.g., evolutionary psychology, political science, history, etc.) or traditions in economics (e.g., constitutional political economy, public choice, or various heterodox schools etc.) of which members might be less aware.
AustrianEcon is a moderated listserv. All messages require approval of the list manager.
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