October 15, 2007
Call For Papers: American Economics Association
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
The American Economics Association has put out a Call for Papers or Sessions for the January 2009 American Economic Association Annual Meeting. Given the number of interesting ideas in IO and competition economics, hopefully there will be a number of papers submitted in these areas.
Members wishing to give papers or organize complete sessions for the program for the meetings to be held in San Francisco, CA, January 3-5, 2009, are invited to submit their proposals to Professor Angus Deaton, American Economic Association, only electronically (click either Individual Paper Form or Session Form). To be considered, abstracts should contain only one Journal of Economic Literature bibliographic code and must be received by February 1, 2008. At least one author of each paper must be an AEA member*. Proposals for complete sessions have a much higher probability of inclusion than papers submitted individually. (Non-economist authors of papers on a complete session proposal organized by a member must join the AEA only if the session is selected for the Program.) Proposals for a complete session should be submitted only by the session organizer. Sessions normally do not contain more than four papers.
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