Dr. Mark Wilson (affiliated PPOL Faculty, History) sends the following call for papers:
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|1.||Call for Papers: NYU-CESS Experimental Political Science Conference, February 19 & 20th 2016|
he 2015 SAPOR Conference is just around the corner!!! We hope to see you
on October 1st & 2nd, at The City Club Raleigh in downtown Raleigh, North
Carolina. Online conference registration will begin soon!
Attached is the latest Call for Participation. Please note that we have
extended the abstract submittal deadline to August 15th, 2015. We
strongly encourage you to submit an abstract if you have not done so
A special feature for this year’s conference will be keynote speaker Brian
Southwell, host of “The Measure of Everyday Life: Stories from Social
Science” on WNCU-FM, a radio show that focuses on people, perceptions, and
human behavior. You can learn more about Brian’s show at
https://www.facebook.com/MeasureRadio. As part of the conference
activities, Brian will be taping interviews on site with SAPOR attendees
of all levels of experience for broadcast on his show.
This year’s conference is an excellent opportunity for those in your
research area to increase their scientific stature, interact with
representatives from a number of survey research organizations, and be
exposed to the latest developments in survey research all in a very
comfortable, encouraging atmosphere. In addition, we will again offer a
$250 award for the winner of the James W. Prothro student paper
competition and the winner will also have the opportunity to be
interviewed on Brian Southwell’s show. See attached Call for
Participation for more information.
For additional information about the conference, please see our website:
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in a couple months!
2015 SAPOR Conference Chair
Colleagues, Students: This was posted to the Public Policy Section of the American Political Science Association:
You are invited to the first of a series of annual meetings aimed at connecting population health scientists from diverse disciplines. These conferences were developed with recognition that fostering a Culture of Health in the U.S. and improving population health in the U.S. will take innovative partnerships between researchers and stakeholders in different institutional settings from multiple disciplinary backgrounds. The field of population health science continues to grow, but until now there has been no shared professional space to cultivate innovative exchange among diverse researchers. Connecting researchers from disparate disciplines to better understand the multiple determinants of health and health disparities can generate new knowledge to advance population health.
The inaugural meeting, Building Bridges to Improve Population Health, will bring together a wide array of population health experts who will discuss several important issues in the field including:
Opportunities to bridge upstream and downstream determinants of health to improve population health and reduce health disparities
The type of research agenda that is needed to improve population health from the perspective of researchers, funders and practitioners
Innovative technologies for population health researchers and practitioners
Whether and how legislation can and cannot lead to changes in health risk behaviors.
And much more!
Agenda, Registration and Additional Information:http://www.cvent.com/events/population-health-conference-2015/event-summary-3ca06ad8b4fe478da86378e0c8bd7a78.aspx”>http://www.cvent.com/events/population-health-conference-2015/event-summary-3ca06ad8b4fe478da86378e0c8bd7a78.aspx”>http://www.cvent.com/events/population-health-conference-2015/event-summary-3ca06ad8b4fe478da86378e0c8bd7a78.aspx
Registration for the 11th International Conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics is now open. The early bird deadline for registration is 20 March. The conference will take place at the University of Leeds, UK, from 30 June – 3 July 2015. The overarching theme is “Transformations”, and the conference topics include:
For more information or to submit your abstract please see the conference website at: http://www.esee2015.org
Join Us for Happy Hour!
APPAM Student Happy Hour
Tuesday, March 24th, 2015
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
2036 G St. NW Washington, DC 20036
Closest Metro Station: Foggy Bottom
Come join us for a post spring break happy hour to connect with current policy members and learn how
APPAM membership has benefited them both as students and after graduation.
Policy students of all levels are invited to join APPAM members and staff for complementary cocktails and appetizers Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 at Tonic Restaurant for a student happy hour.
The happy hour will provide great opportunities to:
Network with fellow policy students in the DC area
Learn how to utilize the many policy tools and resources APPAM has to offer
Connect and get involved with the APPAM community
APPAM is dedicated to improving public policy and management by fostering excellence in research, analysis, and education. Because we take a multi-disciplinary approach to public policy, we attract the involvement of policymakers, practitioners, scholars, and students alike. We invite you to learn more about APPAM and how you can benefit from a Student Membership that is available to all students enrolled in a policy related program at a higher education institution.
As a bonus, all students that initiate a new APPAM Student Membership on-site will receive a promotional code for $10 off their membership!
While this event is free to attend, space is limited. Please RSVP to Meghan Grenda, firstname.lastname@example.org, by Friday, March 20th if you would like to attend.
Discover more information about APPAM, its events, and membership by visiting APPAM.org or by contacting Meghan Grenda, email@example.com, or 202-496-0130, ext. 23.
LERA 67th Annual Meeting, May 28-31, 2015, Pittsburgh, PA
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
“Evolving Workplace Relations:
Connecting Research to Best Practices”
Martin Mulloy, LERA President and Program Chair
Deadline: November 15, 2015
The LERA Program Committee has issued a call for session and paper proposals for stimulating, creative, and controversial symposia related to this theme as well as other proposals that deal with topics of current interest and the mission of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA).
We encourage submissions from the perspectives of multiple disciplines – including but not limited to economics, sociology, political science, labor and employment law, industrial relations, and human resource studies – and the perspectives of multiple stakeholders, including investors, managers, workers and unions. Session proposals for only academic symposia will be considered.
* To access online submission forms – http://leraweb.org/2015-call-for-proposals
* To download call for proposals flyer – http://leraweb.org/assets/docs/meetings/call-for-proposals-2015.pdf
* To download call for papers/posters flyer – http://leraweb.org/assets/docs/meetings/meetingscalls-am2015.pdf
Those wishing to submit single papers rather than sessions are welcome to submit those as well, and details can be found online at the page listed above.
Proposals must be submitted or reach the LERA Office no later than November 15, 2014. Contact LERAoffice@illinois.edu if you have any questions.
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
June 23-24, 2015
Social economics is the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. Social economists engage in many types of research, from explorations of the history and philosophy of economics to quantitative and qualitative examinations of contemporary economic life; and from historical studies of economic activity and institutions to recommendations for policy agendas. The practice and meaning of social economics is continuously defined and redefined by these diverse research agendas. The 15th World Congress in Social Economics will afford us the opportunity to take stock of who we are as social economists and how our work advances our values and principles.
We welcome proposals for individual papers and complete sessions-conceptual, applied, and empirical-related to the theme of the conference as well as all areas of social economics. Some topics for discussion might include:
* What makes research in social economics distinct?
* How do social economists practice their craft?
* What key concepts and/or theoretical constructs mark research by social economists?
* How do social economists engage with economic life and economic policy?
* How do social economists provide insights on aspects of the economy that are often neglected by other economists?
* What social economic principles should guide the construction of economic institutions and social practices?
* How does the history of social economics inform current work in the field?
* What are the different meanings of the terms “social economy” and “social economics” in North America, Europe, and elsewhere?
* What concepts, perspectives, and methodologies do social economists share with other schools of economic, philosophical, and political thought? Is social economics pluralist? Should it be?
* What kinds of methodologies do social economists employ in their research?
The deadline for submission is Friday, February 20, 2015. You will be notified by March 20, 205.
To submit a proposal, please visit the Association for Social Economics web site at http://www.socialeconomics.org/and upload an abstract of approximately 400 words. The submission site will become available in November 2014. Please include the title of the session or paper, the authors’ names and institutional affiliations, and contact information in the form of an email address for the corresponding author. At least one author of each paper presented at the World Congress must be a member of the Association for Social Economics. To join, please visit this link.
Summer School in Social Economics
The Association for Social Economics announces an exciting Summer School workshop for graduate students and recent Ph.D.s. to be held in conjunction with the World Congress of Social Economics. Between 12-18 fellows will be selected to attend the Summer School as guests of ASE. The Summer School begins the evening of June 21 and continues on June 22, 2015. Fellows accepted to the Summer School will receive complementary room and meals for the Summer School and the World Congress, complementary registration to the World Congress, plus all Summer School materials.
Fellow Obligations: Accepted fellows must become members of ASE and submit a Summer School refundable deposit of $100 (that will be returned upon completion of the World Congress). All fellows must commit to participating in all sessions of the Summer School and to staying for the entire World Congress.
Elba Brown-Collier Best Student Paper Award
This award, sponsored by the Association for Social Economics (ASE), is presented at the World Congress for Social Economics to the author of the best paper by a graduate student on a topic in social economics, also demonstrating strong promise for future scholarly contributions. Professors (or others who have completed their graduate degrees) cannot be coauthors.
To be eligible for the award, the student author must register for the conference and present his/her paper. Please submit your paper proposal through the regular submission process described above, indicating that you wish it to be considered for the prize. Following notification of acceptance in March, the full paper should be submitted for consideration by May 20, 2015. The status of each author must be clearly stipulated (MA student, PhD student, etc.) For consideration, the paper should be no longer than 8,000 words.
The Elba Brown-Collier Award Committee, composed of members of the Association for Social Economics, will adjudicate the submitted papers. The winner of the Elba Brown-Collier Best Student Paper Award for 2015 receives:
* $400 USD
* One year’s membership in ASE which includes subscriptions to Review of Social Economy and Forum for Social Economics.