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The 82nd Annual Conference of the JSHET

 
 

The 82nd Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought (JSHET) will be held on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3, June 2018 at the University of Tokyo, Hongo-Campus, Japan.

The Conference Organizing Committee invites proposals for individual papers (in English or in Japanese) on all aspects of the history of economic thought.

Applications should be sent to:
https://www.secure-cloud.jp/sf/1505007925vqPYpJbt

Each applicant is invited to send an abstract of about 600 words in English (or 2,000 letters in Japanese) for a paper, containing the title of the paper, his/her name, affiliation, email address, and key words (up to five).

The deadline for application is 2 November 2017.

The result of your application will be notified from the Conference Organizing Committee by 1 December 2017.

A complete list of accepted presentations and a provisional program will be available by the end of December 2017.

An outline (up to 2,000 words in English or 8,000 letters in Japanese) of the paper should be submitted by 4 March 2018. Failing to submit it by that deadline, your application will be automatically cancelled. The compiled outlines will be printed and mailed to all JSHET members one month before the conference.

You can also ask the committee that your full paper should be downloaded from its website. Otherwise, you can distribute your paper or handouts to the conference on the day of your presentation.

The fee for non-members of JSHET to present a paper at the conference is 6,000 JPY.

Further information of JSHET and of the conference may be found on the website:
http://jshet.net/modules/english/

For additional information, please send your queries to the following email address.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you in Japan next year.

 

Local Committee

Shinji NOHARA (The University of Tokyo) <nohara[atmark]e.u-tokyo.ac.jp >

Conference Organizing Committee

Tsutomu HASHIMOTO (Hokkaido University) <hasimoto[atmark]econ.hokudai.ac.jp >

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