Call For Papers: Money on the Left – Word, Image, & Praxis

Location: University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida) Date: March 9, 2018 Hosts: Scott Ferguson & William Saas Sponsors: Modern Money Network: Humanities Division Co-Sponsors: Modern Money Network, Department of Humanities & Cultural Studies (University of South Florida), Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity Submit proposals (250-word abstract, brief bio, and CV) to sferguson@usf.edu by January 15, … More Call For Papers: Money on the Left – Word, Image, & Praxis

Call For Papers: ESHET Conference on Entrepreneurship, Knowledge and Employment

  The 22nd Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET) will take place in Madrid, at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 7-9 June 2018. Proposals for papers or sessions on all aspects of the history of economic thought are welcome. Note that: a) published papers are not eligible for submission; … More Call For Papers: ESHET Conference on Entrepreneurship, Knowledge and Employment

Call for Papers: Socialism and Labor – Theory and Praxis

Socialism and Labor: Theory and Praxis Special Issue of Labor Studies Journal In conjunction with the 2018 United Association for Labor Education Annual Conference April 4-7, 2018 Seattle, Washington Many people believe that socialism as a viable economic system became unfeasible with the historical and political collapse of “actually existing socialism” in the Soviet Union … More Call for Papers: Socialism and Labor – Theory and Praxis

RRPE Call for Papers: Special Issue on Precarious and Informal Work

Special Issue Collective: Ronaldo Munck, Tamar Diana Wilson, Ipsita Chatterjee, Ron Baiman, Lucia Pradella, Carlos Salas Deadline for submissions: 30 November 2018  The concept of precarious work and employment has received much attention by scholars and organizations, such as the International Labour Organization especially after the global economic crisis of 2007–09, as the informal labor … More RRPE Call for Papers: Special Issue on Precarious and Informal Work