SASE Conference: States in Crisis

by Henry on January 2, 2013

I’m on the executive committee of SASE, the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, which means that I plug their annual conference every year around this time. This year, the conference theme is States in Crisis, and is taking place from June 27-June 29 in Milan, Italy. The conference’s main target group is economic sociologists, but there’s a good mix of people from other social science disciplines, including political science. If you’re interested, you have two weeks to submit paper or panel proposals …



Sandwichman 01.02.13 at 3:02 pm

A self-addressed stamped envelope conference?


Henry 01.02.13 at 3:15 pm

The joke is as hardy a perennial as the conference announcements.


Hektor Bim 01.02.13 at 8:23 pm

Is Italy considered one of the states in crisis?


Lee Rudolph 01.03.13 at 1:50 am

Is Milan still considering itself Italian?

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