ESA-announce Call for papers: Experimental session at ASREC 2013

Posted on 2012/10/17. Filed under: 綜合 |

Dear Colleagues,

I am organizing a session on experimental economics at the Association for the Study of Religion, Economics and Culture annual conference in from April 11-14 in Washington, DC. I’d like to include both lab and field experiments in the session if possible. Anyone interested can send me an abstract by October 12, since sessions proposals are due October 18. ASREC serves as a great opportunity to bring together social scientists with an interest in the application of scientific methods to the study of religion, & we would welcome your participation.

I’ve pasted the full call for papers with more detailed conference information below.

Best regards,
Wafa Orman.

The 2013 ASREC Annual Conference,

April 11-14, Washington DC

The Association for the Study of Religion, Economics and Culture will hold its 2013 Annual Conference from 11-14 April 2013 in Washington DC. We are looking forward to an exciting program and you are invited very kindly to contribute to it by submitting a paper for the conference. We are seeking papers that engage with questions of economics, religion and culture across the social sciences, bringing together a wide variety of academics, as well as journalists, policy specialists, and government officials.

This meeting is being held at the Hyatt Regency, Crystal City (Washington DC). The conference location is close to Reagan National Airport as well as Washington’s monuments, museums, parks, and institutions. The meeting takes place during the Cherry Blossom Festival when the city is at its most beautiful.

Our Keynote Speakers for the conference are Carmel Chiswick and Barry Chiswick (George Washington University)

Proposal Submission: The program committee will consider proposals for (1) complete sessions, typically of three papers, but also debates, round tables, and book reviews; and (2) individual papers.

For every paper submitted, please include the title and an abstract of no more than 200 words. For every author on a paper, please supply their name, institutional affiliation, e-mail, phone number, and mailing address.

Sessions: Proposals due October 18, 2012

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