CALL FOR PAPERS
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ECONOMIC THOUGHT
“Theory, History, Sociology, Philosophy, Methodology, Policy”
22-23 May 2021
On behalf of Organizing Committee is a great pleasure to formally and cordially invite you to INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ECONOMIC THOUGHT (ISET) “Theory, History, Sociology, Philosophy, Methodology, Policy” which will be held on 22-23 May 2021 (Virtual Symposium) by The Research Platform on Economic Thought (RePEcT).
ISET is intended to be a forum for academicians to present and discuss ECONOMIC THOUGHT through Theory, History, Sociology, Philosophy, Methodology, Policy. This symposium aims to present the background of economics comparatively and to discuss Economic Thought in line with the theory, history, sociology, philosophy, methodology, and politics of economics. For this reason, the presentations in this symposium will explore the effect of Economic Thought on the formation of economic theories, its applicability to economic policies, the importance of its philosophy and sociology, including its methodology and place in history from past to present. We would be honored if you take part in the symposium with your valuable study.
Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
With my best and sincere regards,
Sema YILMAZ GENÇ
Associate Professor of Economic Thought
Chair of ISET Organizing Committee
Abstract Submission Deadline: 10 May 2020
Notification of Acceptance: 14 May 2021
Symposium Programme Announce: 15 May 2021
Full Paper Submission Deadline: 30 June 2021
There is no fee for the registration
All abstracts will be published electronically in the ISET Abstracts Book with the ISBN number as PDF. In addition, all full text papers will be published electronically in the ISET Proceedings Book with the ISBN number as PDF.
Book Projects and Journals will be announced soon.
All participants should record a 15-20 min. presentation video and send to firstname.lastname@example.org mail address. Recorded video presentations will be used only in case of a connection problem with the author at the session.