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History of Economics Review

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History of Economic Thought Society of Australia Annual Conference

Abstract deadline
25 August 2024

Manuscript deadline
18 August 2024

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Paul Oslington, Alphacrucis University College
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History of Economic Thought Society of Australia Annual Conference

The 2024 HETSA Conference will be held at Alphacrucis University College, Cowper St Parramatta, Sydney, Australia from 26-27 September 2024.  This year we are welcoming colleagues from the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought to a joint conference.

Keynote speakers will be Professor Ryan Walter from University of Queensland and Professor Tatsuya Sakamoto from Keio University.

Registration will be $200, or $50 for students.   The conference dinner will be at a local restaurant on the evening of 26 September.  Cost additional to registration.  There will be a pre-conference reception at 4pm on 25 September.

Submission Instructions

If you would like to present a paper please email an abstract including references to the organiser Professor Paul Oslington at [email protected].  A full paper can also be provided, and this is preferred for students and junior scholars without a record of publication in the field.  All papers should be in English.  Contributions are especially welcome from students, and we are very open to contributions from scholars whose primary discipline is not the history of economics (such as history of science, history of philosophy, political economy) whose work is relevant to issues in our field.

Early submission will help us greatly and decisions will be made on a rolling basis up to finalisation of the program one month before the conference.

The HETSA website is currently not functioning, so in the interim, enquiries about the conference can be addressed to the conference organiser, Paul Oslington.

Please pass on the details to any colleagues or students who might be interested in attending the conference.

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