When: Thursday, October 20, 2022 - Friday, October 21, 2022, 8:45 AM - 2:45 PMWhere: Online
The macroeconomic instability of the 2020s continues to fuel economic, social, and political turmoil worldwide and to recast our understanding of law and macroeconomics. The ongoing crisis has opened up new and vitally important research opportunities. As we press on towards pandemic recovery and confront new challenges, the Fifth Conference on Law and Macroeconomics will focus on the law’s role in shaping a sustainable and resilient macroeconomy and on the role of macroeconomic policy in national, regional, and global governance.
Please note: the times of the event are to be confirmed.
We welcome submissions for an online virtual conference on 20-21 October 2022, that will continue to explore connections between law and macroeconomics. Papers may address the following topics, among others:
We hope to attract submissions from all relevant disciplines, including but not limited to law, macroeconomics, history, political science, sociology, and more. Submissions from students and others not in tenure-track positions are welcome. We also encourage submissions from all perspectives that may help illuminate the intersection between law and macroeconomics and inform action to mitigate the pain and uncertainty caused by the current economic downturn. We will announce our distinguished keynote speaker/s in September.
Papers for consideration should be submitted on or before 15 September 2022.
Learn more about the conference. Papers can be submitted via Conference Maker.