To understand economics means to be equipped with the intellectual tools allowing us to appreciate the dynamic and complex nature of the capitalist markets. This understanding can be better acquired through engaging on the importance of pluralism in economic education, and reviewing critical economic issues from alternative perspectives.
The Center for Market Education invites to submit abstracts for the 1st Colloquium on Economics Education which will be held at The Saujana Hotel (www.saujanahotels.com) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 10-12 December 2019.
The theme of the conference is Issues in Contemporary Economics Education. Abstracts can deal with the following topics:
- issues deriving from a standardized economics education and in particular with the unique predominance of the neoclassical paradigm after World War II;
- the enrichment for students and the academic community that can derive from a pluralistic approach in general and from the contributions that can be delivered by specifics heterodox schools;
- the importance of economic history and history of economic thought for a sound economic analysis;
- the importance of epistemological foundations and multidisciplinarity.
The event is planned as a colloquium and not as a traditional academic conference. Abstracts and/or papers will be distributed in advance in order to facilitate an interactive discussion during the colloquium.
Ten papers will be selected for presentation on the basis of the abstracts. Conference participation is free of charge and the Center for Market Education will cover accommodation (two nights) and meal expenses, while the travel expenses are covered by the participants.
The papers can be submitted after the conference for publication on MarketEdu, the official journal promoted by the Center for Market Education (www.marketedu.ideas.org.my) that is an academic and educational initiative supported by the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS).
The Colloquium is peculiarly designed for: academicians in the field of economics and related social sciences and post-graduate students.
Abstracts can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org before 1 November 2019.