ORGANISED BY THE KONRAD-ADENAUER-FOUNDATION IN COOPERATION- WITH THE EUROPEAN BUSINESS CIRCLE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
While the success of the Social Market Economy as Germany’s distinguished ‘Third Way’ of regulatory policy between centralist socialism and unbridled capi- talism has received general praise, some confusion remains about the forma- tion, definition, implementation and potential of the economic and socio-political concept. In particular in English academic research and writing, the Social Mar- ket Economy and its constitutive forces behind the political and economic re- construction of post-war Germany have received considerably little attention. Due to this year’s 60th anniversary of the German constitution, which built the framework for the post-war economic model, it is the intention of this interna- tional bilingual conference to recall and communicate the historical origins and basic principals of the Social Market Economy. Furthermore, the transforma- tions of the concept over time shall be both traced back and potential future developments be presented to the audience and readership respectively. More- over, the role and potential of the Social Market Economy in times of an in- creasing European Union and an intensifying global economic, political and so- cietal crisis shall be examined.
The conference will be held in German and English with translation available.
(Post)Doctoral students and faculty are invited to submit abstracts and papers of original research for consideration and publication. These contributions shall relate to one of the following thematic areas of the conference:
- Formation and Implementation of the Social Market Economy
- Definition and Transformation of the Social Market Economy
- Potential and Perspectives of the Social Market Economy in the context of Europeanisation and Globalisation
FULL PAPER SUBMISSION
A MS Word or PDF file of your full paper should be submitted by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23 October 2009. If you are planning to submit a paper please give a short reply. Submissions can be made in English or Ger- man. Full papers with a brief abstract (250 words) are required. Papers should be a maximum of 20 pages (incl. bibliography and appendix). The title pages should include the paper title, author(s), institution, e-mail address(es), postal address(es), and telephone number(s). If multiple authors are involved, one should be designated to receive correspondence regarding the paper. Only ab- stracts won ́t be accepted. Please type your manuscript 1,5-spaced for both text and footnotes as well as the bibliography. Use Arial, 12-point.
The conference welcomes contributions from young researchers of a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds – including political science, economics and sociol- ogy. If you want to participate without presenting a paper please apply until 23 October 2009. There is no registration fee.
The Programme Committee will examine the submitted papers and decide whether they will be accepted or not. Papers will be judged on clarity, quality, content, originality, and relevance to track and conference theme. Selected par- ticipants will be notified by November 9th 2009. The conference will take place in St. Augustin/Bonn 30th of November 2009. Further information (schedule, venue) will promptly disclosed on www.kas.de/soziale- marktwirtschaft. Presenters are asked to prepare a 20 minute talk and allow 10 minutes for questions from the audience. Speakers of the accepted paper will be expected to play the role of discussant of other papers and/or Session Chair. Selected (reviewed) papers will be published in a Special Volume. An Award will be given to the best paper presented by young researchers.
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