Social Economics: Exploring our Heterodoxy

San Francisco, CA
January 3-5, 2025

The Association for Social Economics (ASE) is accepting proposals for papers/sessions at the 2025 ASSA Meetings to be held January 3-5, 2025 in San Francisco, CA.

This year’s call intends to center our gathering on our spirit of heterodoxy and encourages researchers to submit proposals that focus on the goals of ASE summarized below:

  • the reciprocal relationship between economics and broader questions of human dignity, ethical values, and social philosophy.
  • exploring the ethical presuppositions and implications of economic analysis.
  • the personal and social dimensions of economic problems
  • formulating economic policies consistent with a concern for ethical values in a pluralistic community and the demands of personal dignity.

In the case of individual papers, sessions will be assembled around synergies between ideas and/or methods and may include counterpoints to encourage discussion of what social economics means for ASE. Members are also encouraged to submit panels. Graduate students are welcome to submit as well.  Every effort will be made to balance individual papers with panels.

Papers accepted for ASE sessions will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Forum for Social Economics. Nonmembers may submit a proposal. All proposals selected for ASE/ASSA 2025 must be members in good standing by the time of the meetings.

Please use the following link to submit your proposals on or before April 30, 2024

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