Mark D. White
It's that time of year again: it is my pleasure to invite you to submit abstracts and/or session proposals for the Association for Social Economics sessions at the 2012 Eastern Economic Association meetings, to be held at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel in Boston, MA, March 9-11, 2012.
I welcome any proposals dealing with the concerns of social economics, whether theoretical or practical, methodological or policy-oriented, or anything in between. As always, I am particularly interested in papers exploring the intersection of economics and ethics (which fits under the social economics umbrella), as well as economics and philosophy in general.
You do not have to be a member of ASE to participate in the EEA sessions, though if you are not a member, I do encourage you to visit the website and consider joining. (In fact, even if you choose not to participate in the meetings, it's a good idea to visit the website and consider joining!)
Please send me your abstracts or session ideas by Monday, October 17, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, feel free to ask me about possible topics or themes, or about the meetings in general. The Eastern Economic Association meetings have always been very open to alternative approaches and viewpoints, as well as a wonderful forum for innovative ideas.