Fourteenth WAPE Forum: ’Class, State and Nation in the 21st Century’

19-21 July 2019, Winnipeg, Canada Hosted by the Geopolitical Economy Research Group, University of Manitoba, Canada Abstracts Due: March 31, 2019 Keynote Speakers: Utsa Patnaik, Maria Paez Victor, Cheng Enfu, Michael Hudson The 14th annual Forum of the World Association for Political Economy, on ‘Class, State and Nation in the Twenty-First Century’ will be held … More Fourteenth WAPE Forum: ’Class, State and Nation in the 21st Century’

The 2019 Rhonda Williams Prize: Call for Applications

Sponsored by Routledge/Taylor and Francis, publisher of Feminist Economics In memory of Rhonda Williams, associate editor of Feminist Economics from 1994 to 1998, the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) has established a prize to help scholars from underrepresented groups in IAFFE, whose work reflects Rhonda Williams’s legacy of scholarship and activism, attend the annual … More The 2019 Rhonda Williams Prize: Call for Applications

CFP: Special Issue of Fast Capitalism on NAFTA and Brexit

Fast Capitalism is seeking critical essays for possible inclusion in a special issue onNAFTA and Brexit. The goal is to gather both scholarly essays and political commentariesin time to present careful critical studies of the links between neoliberal trade practicesnegotiated by nation-states, large corporations, international organizations and the populist opposition to such global initiatives in … More CFP: Special Issue of Fast Capitalism on NAFTA and Brexit

ICAPE Call For Papers: Gender, Race, Class and Crises – Pluralistic Approaches to Economic Issues of our Time

International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics (ICAPE) Call for Papers, Panels and Workshops Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA January 3, 2019, 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM ICAPE was founded 25 years ago (in 1993) by a group of heterodox economists committed to the idea of pluralism in economics. ICAPE’s founding occurred in the … More ICAPE Call For Papers: Gender, Race, Class and Crises – Pluralistic Approaches to Economic Issues of our Time