16th World Congress of Social Economics

Will be Held at Colorado State University
 Fort Collins, Colorado
June 11-13, 2018

Conference Theme: Putting the Social Back Into Economics

Keynote Speaker: Edward Barbier, Colorado State University  

Keynote Speaker: Robert Frank, Cornell University

Fort Collins is 60 miles from Denver & from Estes Park, the base of the Rocky Mountains

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A Social Economics Summer School will be held right before the conference, on June 9-10.

Social economics studies the ethical and social causes, as well as the ethical and social consequences, of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. The 16th World Congress in Social Economics will focus on how economics can be broadened by including ideas and analyses from social economics; however, all papers with a social or ethical theme are welcome.

Registration fees:

US$195 for the conference, for ASE members (includes coffee breaks and most meals)
US$35 for the conference dinner at The Mayor (http://themayorofoldtown.com/), which has an excellent selections of micro-brews in the area (the dinner fee does NOT include alcohol).

Click here to Register.
 
Travel:
 
Denver International Airport (DEN) is the best place to fly into. It is a hub for several airlines, and fares are typically reasonable. There is direct service into DEN from London, Paris and Amsterdam, as well as most large North American cities. From the airport, Greenride will bring you to the CSU campus in around an hour and a half. You can make reservations by calling (970) 226-5533 or visiting their website https://greenrideco.com/.

Accommodations:
Inexpensive dorm rooms have been reserved for conference attendees. The rooms are decent, relatively inexpensive, and are close to the dining facility and the building where the conference will take place. Rates run from around $40/night to $80/night, depending on what you want, and includes parking.

For those not wanting to stay in a dormitory, there are several hotels near campus. Three good places are;

You can reserve a dorm room for yourself when registering. If you wish alternative accommodations, you will need to contact one of the hotels and book it yourself.   
 
Tourism Link: https://www.visitftcollins.com/

If you have questions or want further information, please contact, Steven Pressman (pressman@monmouth.edu) and/or (pressman@colostate.edu).