11th Annual Conference in Political Economy

Call for Papers and Activist Proposals

Beyond Neoliberalism and Populism: On the Political Economy of our Societies and Economies

September 9-11, 2020

 Ferrara, Italy

Submit a Proposal

IIPPE calls for submissions to the 2020 annual Conference. We particularly welcome papers directly related to the core themes of “moving beyond neoliberalism and populism”, and “building progressive policies and alliances for our societies and economies”. As always, presentations on all aspects of political economy are also welcome. New participants committed to political economy, interdisciplinarity, history of economic thought, critique of mainstream economics, and/or their application to policy analysis and activism are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract.

Submissions may be made as:

(a) proposals for individual papers (which IIPPE will group into panels),

(b) proposals for panels,

(c) proposals for streams of panels,

(d) proposals on activism.

To submit a proposal, please go to the following Electronic Proposal Form (EPF), and carefully follow the instructions there:

Submit a Proposal

The deadline for proposals is March 15, 2020. All other deadlines are included on the EPF.

For general information about IIPPE, the working groups and the Conference, click: http://iippe.org/wp/

We are looking forward to an outstanding conference in Ferrara.

The Conference Committee                  

Alfredo SAAD FILHO, Satoshi MIYAMURA, Niels HAHN, Ourania DIMAKOU, Al CAMBPELL, Sara STEVANO                                         

The Local Conference Committee

Marco R. DI TOMMASO, Lauretta RUBINI, Mattia TASSINARI, Chiara POLLIO, Andrea FERRANNINI, Elena CONTI PRODI

Elisa BARBIERI, Mario BIGGERI, Giancarlo CORO’, Emanuele FELICE, Pietro MASINA, Francesca SPIGARELLI, Francesco PROTA.

The Conference is hosted in the city of Ferrara by c.MET05 (National University Centre on Applied Economic Studies), It is promoted under the auspices of the University of Ferrara, EmiliaLab (The network of Economic Studies departments of Emilia-Romagna universities) and the Emilia-Romagna International School of Policy Project.