The Dublin Economics Workshop will hold its annual economic policy conference in Limerick on October 18-20. Stephen Kinsella is helping with local arrangements.
Proposals for papers in any area of economic policy are invited and a brief summary should be forwarded, before August 20, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booking details and programme will be posted on this site in due course.
The Dublin Economics Workshop is kindly sponsored this year by Dublin Chamber of Commerce.
2 replies on “DEW Economic Policy Conference 2013: Call for Papers”
Blind Biddy is working up an abstract on those ‘savings on the promissory notes’ (sic). As this is to be an empirical paper .. facts an all dat … I expect it to be a very short paper – more of a reseach note – due to the apparent lack of evidence on the existance of such ‘savings’ (sic).
‘No Names’ – absolutely ‘No Names’ will be observed due to the nEU_norm of the ‘anonimous for upper_echelon guarantee’. No referece to the poltroon of 8 AGs will be included in the main text – a footnote is as much as they deserve!