[CFP] Conference 2020 – Teaching PE Working Group

IIPPE Conference 2020 – Call for papers and panel proposals 

Teaching Political Economy working group

Deadline for Submissions of Abstracts:  March 15, 2020


Kevin Deane k.deane@qmul.ac.uk
Lorena Lombardozzi lorena.lombardozzi@open.ac.uk 
Elisa van Waeyenberge ew23@soas.ac.uk 

The Teaching Political Economy working group welcomes proposals for individual research papers, panels and other presentations. Whilst the need for a more pluralist economics curriculum has been articulated by both academics and student movements alike, there are still a  wide range of issues and experience that will contribute to an under-represented but vitally important aspect of our international community; teaching the next generation of economists. 

Topics of interest could include, but are not limited to:

  • Integrating political economy perspectives into standard modules such as Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • Student perspectives on curriculum reform and academics experiences of involving students in curriculum reform
  • Experiences from the classroom with respect to teaching political economy
  • Experiences of teaching political economy in predominantly mainstream economics departments
  • Reflections on external and institutional pressures regarding teaching

We welcome panel proposals and single paper proposals. If you are proposing a panel, all papers need to be submitted individually via the Electronic Proposal Form, which you can access through the website http://iippe.org/wp/ . In addition, please send an email indicating which papers (with their authors) you would like to be grouped into a panel (give title). This should go to [add name?] on the Conference Committee, and please copy in Kevin, Lorena and Elisa.

The deadline for proposals is 15 March 2020 All other deadline dates are stated in the Electronic Proposal Form instructions. For general information about IIPPE, its Working Groups, and the Conference, visit http://iippe.org/.

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