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[BK21+] Call for Papers: The 7th Annual PhD Student Conference (28 May 2015, London)   2015-01-30



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Call for papers

Post Keynesian Economics Study Group (PKSG) is organizing its 7th Annual PhD Student Conference on 28 May 2015, 9am-7pm. The presenters will be PhD students, 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 the students to present a draft paper out of their PhD dissertation, and receive feedback from the senior researchers as well as other students. 


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 referee (who could be your PhD supervisor) by email to phdconference.econ@greenwich.ac.uk. The deadline for submissions is 2 March 2015. Applicants will be informed by end-March.


The PhD Student Conference will be followed on 29 May 2015 by the Annual Workshop of the PKSG. All students are welcome to attend. See http://www.postkeynesian.net/index.html for the previous Workshops. A further attraction is the lectures by Dr. Maria Nikolaidi and Dr. Yiannis Dafermos of the PKSG on “Post-Keynesian stock-flow consistent modelling: theory and methodology” and “Building a stock-flow consistent model in practice (lab session)” as part of an advanced PhD level series of lectures at the University of Greenwich on 27 May. For more details see http://werugreenwich.wordpress.com/2015/01/11/phd-lecture-series-in-advanced-macroeconomics-in-post-keynesian-institutionalist-and-marxian-political-economy/.

 

Location

University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Building Room QA38, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9LS


Accommodation

We are unable to make arrangements for accommodation. Ibis Hotel Greenwich is the closest accommodation; please arrange your own booking at http://www.ibis.com/gb/booking/hotels-list.shtml.

 

Hardship funding

PKSG has set aside a fixed sum of hardship funding to assist with the accommodation and UK travel costs of students selected to present a paper at the conference (please note this does not include the costs of travel to the UK). If you are accepted and are unable to secure funding elsewhere, you are warmly encouraged to apply to the PKSG Secretary (Mark Hayes m.g.hayes@durham.ac.uk) by email in the first instance, indicating your total UK travel expenses and the amount that you need to find from your own pocket. Applications should be made no later than 30 June 2015 and will then be considered as a group. If the requirement exceeds the fund available, the fund will be allocated pro-rata at the discretion of PKSG. If you are made an award, you will then need to present receipts before payment will be made, by bank transfer to a UK bank account, or otherwise by PayPal. Please note that there is no participation fee.

 

Organizing Committee

Prof. Ozlem Onaran, University of Greenwich

Prof. Gary Dymski, Leeds University

Thomas Obst, PhD Student, University of Greenwich

Daniele Tori, PhD Student, University of Greenwich

 

Post Keynesian Economics Study Group (PKSG)

PKSG was founded in 1988 by Philip Arestis and Victoria Chick with the support of the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The purpose of the Study Group is to encourage collaboration among scholars and students of Post Keynesian economics, defined broadly as a theoretical approach that draws upon the work of Keynes, Kalecki, Joan Robinson, Kaldor, Kahn and Sraffa. This approach is distinguished by the central role of the principle of effective demand (that demand matters in the long run) and an insistence that history, social structure and institutional practice be embodied in its theory and reflected in its policy recommendations. These aims broadly correspond to those of Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Review of Political Economy and Intervention: European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies. http://www.postkeynesian.net/index.html