Deadline Extended to October 18, 2015
Association for Social Economics
Midwest Economics Association
April 1-3, 2016
Hotel Hilton Orrington
Theme: Human Development after the Economics of Growth
REGISTRATION FOR THE ASSA MEETINGS IN SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 2-5, 2016 BEGINS SEPTEMBER 16th.
Please remember the ASE Plenary Session the evening of January 2nd.
Click here to see the ASE program.
All of the ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL ECONOMICS Sessions and events will be held in the Marriott Marquis.
Register as early as you can to be sure you can get lodging in that hotel.
To register after September 16th or to get more information, go to http://www.aeaweb.org/Annual_Meeting/index.php.
ASE at ASSA Plenary
The Association for Social Economics will once again sponsor an opening plenary session at the 2016 Allied Social Sciences Association Annual Meetings in San Francisco, CA. Please note this session is on the evening of January 2nd before the official start of the ASSA meetings on January 3rd. Our speaker this year will be:
Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, USA; Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia;
and University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
He will speak on
The Global Financial Crisis: What Have We Learned?
Saturday, January 2, 2016
6:30 p.m., Yerba Buena Salon 8
Reception Immediately Following
2015 Membership Renewal is Now Due
HAVE YOU RENEWED YOUR MEMBERSHIP in the Association for Social Economics. Please log on to your account to check your membership status and to renew your membership NOW! If you are not a member, please join us. Click here for more information about ASE membership.
Membership includes subscriptions to our two journals - The Review of Social Economy and The Forum for Social Economics. On-line links are provided to members to back issues of these journals and specific articles can be downloaded with no charge. To support our aim of promoting high quality research, the Association for Social Economics sponsors the World Congress for Social Economics which meets every other year. We welcome your participation!
PLEASE RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP TO HELP SUPPORT THE AIMS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR SOCIAL ECONOMICS!
ASE Blog and Listserv
Please visit and contribute to the ASE Blog which is under the direction of Professor Mark D. White. Click on the Typepad Blog icon found in the site banner under "Follow Us" for access. Mark is also in charge of the twitter account for ASE which can also be accessed by clicking on the twitter icon found in the site banner under "Follow Us".
Professor John B. Davis manages a listserv for ASE. The goals of this listserv are to increase communication, knowledge of research and activities, and opportunities for interaction between individuals within the social economics community. Any member of the list can send postings to the list by sending them to the list manager, and they will be posted if they fall within the range of the listserv functions above. Place your posting in the body of your message, and send to: firstname.lastname@example.org. For the subject heading use: ASE listserv
Welcome to the Association for Social Economics
The Association for Social Economics was founded in 1941 seeking to promote high quality research in the broadly defined area of social economics. Social economics is the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. The fields of research promoted by ASE include the mutual relationships among ethics, social values, concepts of social justice, and the social dimensions of economic life. Social Economics investigates the relationships between the economy and society. Social economists address such questions as: what economic conditions are requisite for a good society and how can they be achieved; how do social and moral values influence economic behavior; how does social interaction affect economic outcomes; what are the ethical implications of economic theory and policy; and how do different social institutions contribute to a sustainable, just, and efficient economy. The ASE welcomes academics and practitioners who regard human behavior to be the result of complex social interactions with ethical consequences.