Call for papers: The Mark Blaug Prize in Philosophy and Economics
March 21, 2011
Mark D. White
Courtesy of the indispensable Heterodox Economics Newsletter (no. 113):
The Mark Blaug Prize in Philosophy and Economics
The Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (EJPE) is proud to announce a new prize intended to promote and reward the work of Young Scholars in philosophy and economics.
The prize is named in honour of Professor Mark Blaug, a founder of the field of philosophy and economics who has made a tremendous scholarly contribution to many areas of the history and philosophy of economics. Mark Blaug's generosity and commitment to Young Scholars starting out in this field is recognized by all who know him.
The prize includes a cash sum of 500 Euros.
- To qualify for the Mark Blaug Prize the author has to be a Young Scholar, defined as someone fulfilling one of the following conditions as of January 1st 2011:
-received a doctoral degree in the preceding 12 months
Entrants should submit a single-authored article for publication in EJPE before the end of December 2011, and mention that you would like to be considered for the prize. Co-authored papers where all authors are Young Scholars are also eligible. Prize submissions may not include articles previously published or under consideration elsewhere. For information about submissions, see EJPE’s Call for Papers: http://ejpe.org/call-for-papers/
Articles that pass peer-review and are accepted for publication will be considered by a committee of experts and the winner will be announced in April 2012.
For more information, visit http://ejpe.org/mark-blaug-prize/.
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