2nd CFP for INEM Rotterdam 2013
XI. Conference of the International Network for Economic Method
June 13-15, 2013 Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The eleventh INEM conference will be hosted by the Erasmus Institute for Economics and Philosophy (EIPE) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Keynote speakers Itzhak Gilboa, HEC Paris and Tel Aviv University Deirdre McCloskey, University of Illinois at Chicago and Gothenburg University Mary Morgan, London School of Economics Ruth Grant, Duke University
Panel Discussion ‘The Future of Philosophy of Economics’ The conference will also feature a panel discussion on the future of philosophy of economics, with an opening statement by Jack Vromen (Erasmus University Rotterdam). The participants of this panel discussion will be announced later.
Call for papers Proposals for contributed papers as well as symposia (of three papers each) are welcome in all areas of philosophy of economics, including methodology of economics, ethical aspects of economics and the foundations of rational choice theory. Submissions that combine different areas of philosophy of economics with each other are particularly welcome. We especially encourage submissions from graduate students and members of underrepresented groups.
Abstract submission Please submit an abstract (1,000-1,500 words) to INEMRotterdam@gmail.com. Please prepare your abstract for anonymous review and submit it as an attachment (*.pdf). Please include the contact details of the author (name, affiliation, email address) in the email. The deadline for submissions is 31 January, 2013. Acceptance will be communicated by 30 March, 2013.
Symposia proposal submission Please submit a description of a symposium (1,500-3,000 words) to INEMRotterdam@gmail.com. The description should contain both a clear explanation of the topic as well as three short abstracts of the papers. Please prepare the description for anonymous review and submit it as an attachment (*.pdf). Please include the contact details of the symposium chair and all authors (name, affiliation, email address) in the email. The deadline for submissions is 31 January, 2013. Acceptance will be communicated by 30 March, 2013.
Scientific committee Roger Backhouse Constanze Binder Marcel Boumans Francois Claveau Conrad Heilmann Geoffrey Hodgson Kevin Hoover Caterina Marchionni Deirdre McCloskey Julian Reiss Ingrid Robeyns Jack Vromen
Organising committee Constanze Binder, Marcel Boumans, Conrad Heilmann, Julian Reiss, Ingrid Robeyns, Jack Vromen
X Conference of the International Network for Economic Methodology
Wednesday 16 May 2012 St. Petersburg, Russia
The tenth INEM conference will be hosted by the Center for Study of Economic Culture, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences of St. Petersburg State University, and held at the Bobrinsky Palace (Galernaia ulitza 58-60). The one-day conference will be relatively small. There is room for up to 36 paper presentations in total.
The conference will precede the 2012 European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET) Conference, 17 – 19 May in St. Petersburg (see : http://eshet2012.ru/ )
Proposals for contributed papers as well as symposia (of three papers each) are welcome in all areas of economic methodology and cognate disciplines.
Keynote speaker (INEM’s Chair Address) Jack Vromen
Call for papers Please send an abstract of 500-1500 words (for symposia 1500-3000 words) to Conrad Heilmann (firstname.lastname@example.org). Attach contact details of the author (name, affiliation, email address) on a separate page. The deadline for submissions is 15 December, 2011. Acceptance will be communicated by 1 February, 2012.
Scientific committee John Davis Wade Hands Caterina Marchionni Ricardo Crespo Jack Vromen
Local organising committee Danila Raskov Denis Kadochnikov
For information, please contact (email@example.com)
Institutional support Center for Study of Economic Culture, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, St. Petersburg State University
Please note that visitors from most countries will need a visa to Russia.
It cannot be obtained at the border; therefore you should apply for a Russian visa prior to travelling. The process of receiving a Russian visa in some cases takes more than a month so we recommend applying as soon as possible. To obtain your visa, follow the steps outlined on this website: http://eshet2012.ru/content9
(We are happy we can use facilities of ESHET here. If you do not attend ESHET, please fill out the form ”Application for Visa Invitation” and mention INEM in the title of the email message you send to firstname.lastname@example.org.) Please contact email@example.com for hotel suggestions. You can use the same email address also to ask for visa support – free of charge – from this tourist agency.
10:00 – 11:00 Registration 11:00 – 12:30 Parallel Sessions I
14:00 – 16:00 Parallel Sessions II
16:15 – 18:15 Parallel Sessions III 18:35 – 18:45 Plenary Announcements
18:45 – 19:45 INEM Presidential Address by Professor Jack Vromen
Parallel Sessions I, 11:00 – 12.30
Causation, Explanation, Pluralism
Reflections on Current Economics
|Chair: Ricardo CrespoRoom:||Chair: Wade HandsRoom:|
|11.00 – 11.30||John B. Davis (Marquette University and University of Amsterdam) Warren J. Samuels as a Methodological Pluralist||Matthieu Ballandonne (University of Angers and University of Québec in Montréal) Links between Economics of Science and Endogenous Growth Theory from 1958 to 1962: the Birth of an Arrovian Tradition?|
|11.30 – 12.00||Luis Mireles-Flores (Erasmus University Rotterdam) Types of evidence and their role in economic policy making||Silvia Lerner (University of Buenos Aires) A Non-Monotonic Framework for Preference Reversal|
|12.00 – 12.30||Ricardo Crespo (Universidad Austral) Aristotle on Causation, Explanation and Social Events||Wade Hands (University of Puget Sound) Foundations of Contemporary Revealed Preference|
Parallel Session II, 14.00 – 16.00
Interdisciplinarity and Economics Imperialism
|Chair: Oleg AnanyinRoom:||Chair: Uskali MäkiRoom:|
|14.00 – 14.30||Ekaterina Svetlova (Karlshochschule International University), Radical uncertainty in economics and finance: State of the Art and new ways||Andrey Orekhov (Russian Academy of Sciences) Three Models of Interdisciplinary Synthesis in Economics and the Perspectives of the Development of Economic Knowledge|
|14.30 – 15.00||Fredrik Hansen (Lund University) and Carl Hampus Lyttkens (Lund University) Is Health Economics in an Unhealthy State?||Andrei Shastitko (Moscow Lomonossov State University) Meeting blindly?|
|15.00 – 15.30||Ivan A. Boldyrev (Higher School of Economics Moscow and Humboldt University Berlin) and Carsten Herrmann-Pillath (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management) Hegel’s ‘Objective Spirit’ as a Theory of Institutions and Its Contemporary Relevance||Florian Fougy (University of Angers) The Emergences of Economic Intelligence|
|15.30 – 16.00||Oleg Ananyin (National Research University Moscow) and Olga Koshovetz (Institute of Economy Moscow) Economic Methodology: Positive, not just descriptive||Uskali Mäki (Department of Political and Economic Studies / Philosophy, University of Helsinki) Conceptual market imperialism|
Parallel Sessions III, 16.15 – 18.15
Methodological Aspects of Institutionalism
|Chair: Julian ReissRoom:||Chair: Danila RaskiovRoom:|
|16.15 – 16.45||Stefan Mendritzki (Eindhoven University of Technology), To stylize or not to stylize, Is it a fact then?||Tetyana V Gaidai (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) Methodological foundations of original institutional economics as research program|
|16.45 – 17.15||Andreas Rainer (University of Graz) Economic methodology revisited: fallacies and prospects||Tiziana Foresti (Bocconi University) and Alessio Moneta (Max Planck Institute of Economics Jena) Causal explanation in evolutionary economics: a critical reappraisal of Veblen’s view|
|17.15 – 17.45||Don Ross (University of Cape Town and Georgia State University) The role of background theory in econometric estimation: defending structuralism||Jonathan Perraton (University of Sheffield) The Nature of Institutional Explanation|
|17.45 – 18.15||Julian Reiss (Erasmus University Rotterdam) Idealisation and the Aims of Economics: Three Cheers for Instrumentalism||Denis Kadochnikov (St. Petersburg State University) Methodological Aspects of Applied Institutional Analysis|
INEM Helsinki 2011 [conference website]
IX Conference of the International Network for Economic Methodology
Thursday-Saturday 1-3 September 2011 Helsinki, Finland
The ninth INEM conference will be hosted by TINT at the University of Helsinki. Proposals for contributed papers as well as symposia are welcome in all areas of economic methodology and cognate disciplines. Please send an abstract of 500-1500 words (for symposia 1500-3000 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach contact details of the author (name, affiliation, email address) on a separate page. The deadline for submissions is 1 April, 2011. Acceptance will be communicated by 15 May, 2011. Local organising committee:
Uskali Mäki Till Grüne-Yanoff Aki Lehtinen Caterina Marchionni Jaakko Kuorikoski
John Davis, chair Francesco Guala Chrysostomos Mantzavinos Alain Marciano Don Ross Ana Santos Margaret Schabas Aris Spanos
Keynote speakers include
Daniel Hausman: Some Misconceptions about Preferences Alan Kirman: The Crisis in Economic Theory
November 12-14th at the University of Alabama at Birmingham
Program committee members are Harold Kincaid, Kevin Hoover, Wade Hands, Caterina Marchionni, and Ricardo Crespo. There will be no registration fee. Accommodations will be provided for graduate students and postdocs. These meetings will be held the weekend after the Philosophy of Science Association meetings in Montreal Nov. 4-6 and so should allow for members to combine the two into one trip if interested.
2-4 July 2009, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Mexico
22-23 June 2006, Grinnell College, IA, USA
19-21 August 2004, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2-3 September 2003, University of Leeds, UK
1-2 September 2002 University of Stirling, Scotland, UK
30 June 2000, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
New Orleans, 4-5 January 2008
Meetings in New Orleans
Chicago, IL, 5-7 January 2007
Boston, MA, 6-8 January 2006
Philadelphia, PA, 7-9 January 2005
Meetings in Philadelphia, PA
San Diego, California, 3-5 January 2004
Meetings in San Diego, CA.
Washington, DC, January 2003
Meetings in Washington, DC.
Atlanta, Georgia, January 2002
Meetings in Atlanta.
New Orleans, Louisiana, January 2001
Meetings in New Orleans.