Room Room 326 Professor Stuart Hall Building, University of London, SE14 6NW
30 May 2018 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Goldsmiths, University of London
Call for papers
The Post Keynesian Economics Society (PKES) is calling for participants to its 10th Annual PhD Student Conference on 30 May 2018, 9am-7pm. Presenters will be PhD students in their second and third year who are currently enrolled in a PhD programme, and are working on topics relevant to Post Keynesian economics and political economy. The aim is to give an opportunity to students to present a draft paper out of their PhD dissertation and receive feedback from senior researchers, as well as other students.
We invite submission of novel contributions at the stage of pre-publication. Thus, we expect completed dissertation chapters or papers for submission rather than literature reviews. Note that we usually do not accept dissertation outlines or papers based on Master theses for presentation.
Please submit an abstract of a paper (about 250 words) and a brief cover letter describing your research interests, dissertation and the name and email address of a potential referee (who could be your PhD supervisor) by email to email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is 20 March 2018. Applicants will be informed by mid-April. Please also note that we will ask for full papers by 2 May, so please submit an abstract only if you can meet the deadline for the full paper.
The PhD Student Conference will be followed by the Annual PKES Workshop at Goldsmiths on 1 June 2018. All students are welcome to attend. The programme of the Annual Workshop will be available on http://www.postkeynesian.net/ index.html in due course.
Please note that there is no participation fee.
Dr Giorgos Galanis, Goldsmiths, University of London
Dr Isabella Weber, Goldsmiths, University of London
Prof. Ozlem Onaran, University of Greenwich
Prof. Gary Dymski, Leeds University
Dr Christina Wolf, Kingston University
Achilleas Mantes, PhD Student, University of Greenwich
Karsten Kohler, PhD Student, Kingston University
Giorgos Gouzoulis, PhD Student, Kingston University
Collin Constantine, PhD Student, Kingston University