Call for Papers
Australian Economic Theory Workshop will be held Thursday 12 February - Friday 13 February 2015
Keynote speakers :
Professor Hector Chade
(Arizona State University)
Professor Andy McLennan
(University of Queensland)
Professor Utku Unver
5 December 2014
The School of Accounting, Economics and Finance at the Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University, will host the 33rd Australasian Economic Theory Workshop on 12 and 13 (Thursday and Friday) February 2015
at Deakin University's Melbourne City Centre at 550 Bourke Street.
We cordially invite you to participate in this workshop. Please send an extended abstract or mimeo/working paper in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org
. We especially encourage submissions from young researchers, including graduating PhD students. Again, the deadline for submissions is Friday, 5 December 2014
You may choose to indicate which one of the following Program Committee
members would be most suitable to evaluate your submission:
Nejat Anbarci (Deakin University)
Nick Feltovich (Monash University)
Pedro Gomis-Porqueras (Deakin University)
Andy McLennan (University of Queensland)
Claudio Mezzetti (University of Melbourne)
19 December 2014 (Announcement)
there is no registration fee to participate in the workshop. However, all participants have to register. Registration deadline is 16 January 2015. Instructions will be posted on the workshop's website deakin.edu.au//business/economics/
by 19 December 2014.
At the time of the registration, we will require the authors of accepted papers to upload at least a preliminary version of their paper so that papers can be allocated to discussants. We expect all presenters to be willing to act as discussants.
Travel and accommodation
: upon acceptance, the participants are asked to book their travel to Melbourne and accommodation independently.
We look forward to seeing you in Melbourne!
Ching-jen Sun (Deakin University) - Chair
Hao Jia (Deakin University)
Randy Silvers (Deakin University)
Xueli Tang (Deakin University)
Samarth Vaidya (Deakin University)