Location of Conference
The workshop „The development of critical economic thinking in a global cultural paradigm”
is jointly organized by West University of Timisoara Foundation The Journal of Heterodox Economics
and ECREB (East-European Center for Research in Economics and Business)
The present period of structural, functional and institutional instability has generated a series of innovative approaches (under the form of alternative public policies susceptible to offer sustainable solutions to the economic crises and to enhance the economic and human sustainable development). Also, a series of doctrines have been reevaluated, promoting alternative approaches to understanding the economy as a socio-cultural process. Unfortunately, in the practice of teaching and research, these new approaches are not very well known or debated.
The workshop aims to offer, in a holistic and synergic vision, the framework for stimulating students’ and researchers’ ideas in respect to the contemporary economic processes. It provides the possibility of multidisciplinary, critic and innovative debate of these processes.
The workshop is meant to become the center of an international network, launching a debate forum in the context of heterodox economics, of the alternative approaches in respect to what is considered to be the mainstream of economic theory.
Who can participate?
We invite master and PhD students as well as young researchers to submit working papers, full articles or discussion papers.
Topics to be discussed during the workshop might include (but are not limited to):
Quantitative Methods for Economics;
Health, Education, and Welfare;
Labour and Demographic Economics;
Culture, Society and Economy.
Contributions shall be submitted to the following email address: email@example.com. These must follow the guidelines for authors specified at: http://www.jheec.com/assets/files/InstructionsforEditingthePaper.pdf
Selected papers alongside the abstracts will be published in the volume of the event (with ISBN number). The authors have the opportunity to publish their work in The Journal of Heterodox Economics, subject to a peer-review process.
The workshop is free of change for participants.
Deadline for paper submission: 31st of May 2014