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Call for participants
Association for Heterodox Economics
Funded post graduate workshop on advanced research methods
10th-11th January 2019
Leeds University Business School
To apply directly online, please complete the form here:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19xuxnlGWZmjSPdXP2G4Q9J-2zLchC-ikdgPKYbjXVf0/

 

STOP PRESS!

Sadly, Jayati Ghosh informed us at the weekend that she is unable to attend, due to a family illness. Revised plenary arrangements have been made, details via the Full Programme link below.

AHE 2018 Full Programme

The quality of ALL papers for this year's Early Career Prizes has been excellent. Congratulations go to the following five winners, who will each receive £150 (see terms and conditions):

Julia Callegari; Guiseppe Maio; Karmen Naidoo; Thi Ngo; Elke Pirgmaier

The following Early Career academics, who have registered for the conference, will receive a £100 bursary (see terms and conditions):

Valeria Andreoni, Alexandra Arnsten, Julia Callegari, Alexandre Gomes, Elena Hofferberth, Regina Kolbe, Lilia Garcia Manrique, Mariana Fernández Massi, Guilio Mattioli, Monika Meireles, Karmen Naidoo, Jaime Nieto, Elke Pirgmaier, Julio Castro Alves de Lima E Silva, Beth Stratford, Jalal Qanas

Thanks to everyone who is supporting the 2018 conference, and who makes these prizes and bursaries possible.

Fred Lee's key note speech at the 2014 AHE conference

Useful resources for teaching Heterodox Economics

Current, and past, Management Committees

2019 - joint conference with AFEP, IIPE, EAEPE

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Call for Participants

Association for Heterodox Economics

Funded post graduate workshop on advanced research methods

10th-11th January 2019

Leeds University Business School

 

There are funded places available for registered Ph.D. students to cover UK travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses for the above event. The workshop covers topics in research not typically covered in economics training. It will be held for the second time at the University of Leeds, which has a continuing tradition of doing economics in open, critical ways. The workshop is open to any Ph.D. students, but UK-registered Ph.D. students have priority. Funding priority will be given to UK-registered students. Students who have previously attended are not eligible for funding.

Workshop topics include:

  • Reorienting economics to match method with social material
  • Quantitative analysis applicable to open economic systems
  • Qualitative methods
  • Social network theory in Economics
  • Mixing quantitative and qualitative data
  • Publishing work which uses non-standard methodologies
Session leaders:  
Professor Andrew Brown Leeds University
Professor Bruce Cronin University of Greenwich
Professor Paul Downward Loughborough University
Dr. Annina Kaltenbrunner Leeds University
Professor Wendy Olsen University of Manchester

The final deadline for applications is 17th November, 2018.

To apply directly online, please complete the form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19xuxnlGWZmjSPdXP2G4Q9J-2zLchC-ikdgPKYbjXVf0/

For further information, please contact Dr. Andrew Mearman on A.J.Mearman@leeds.ac.uk