THE ARMENIAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION will hold its 2011 Conference at the Armenian State University of Economics (ASUE), in Yerevan, Armenia, on October 24-26, 2011.
Scholars, graduate students, and researchers are invited to present their research in all areas of economics. Papers may address the aftermath of the global financial crisis, regional trade patterns, or any other topic. The language of the conference is Armenian and English, and sessions will be organized by language and JEL fields below:
➢ Mathematical and Quantitative Methods
➢ Microeconomics; Industry Studies
➢ Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics
➢ International Economics
➢ Financial Economics
➢ Public Economics
➢ Labor and Demographic Economics, Health, Education, and Welfare
➢ Growth, Economic Development, and Transition Economics
➢ Agricultural, Natural Resources, and Environmental Economics
➢ Urban, Rural, and Regional Economics
Please send an abstract of less than 500 words to email@example.com by June 25, 2011, addressed to Zareh Asatryan or Nune Hovhannisyan. Abstracts should include: title of paper, name(s) of author(s), affiliation, current position, an email address, and at least one keyword. In the abstract, please identify the research question, methods, and outcomes (obtained or expected) of the research. Authors will be informed of the acceptance of their proposals by July 10, 2011.
The final draft is required by October 15, in time to post online before the conference. Best student papers (in English) will be considered for publication in the Armenian Journal of Economics (AJE) subject to peer review. The papers must meet the following requirements: file format - Microsoft Word, fonts – Arial Unicode for the Armenian text and Times New Roman for the English text, font size – 12, line spacing – 1.5, left and right margins – 3cm and 1.5cm, respectively, top and bottom margins – 2cm.
The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars, researchers and students to promote the exchange of ideas and advance economics scholarship.
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