Call for papers
Due to Covid-19 the ISS Conference has been postponed to July 8-10 2021. In all likelihood, it will be held online. The winner of the 2020 Schumpeter Prize has already been determined and will be announced during the conference.
The theme of the conference is “Schumpeterian Perspectives on Radical Change: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Broad Societal Transformations”. The conference will bring together scholars, policy makers and practitioners, working on broad issues related to innovation and change from a variety of perspectives. It also aims to foster an interdisciplinary exchange of knowledge.
We invite you to submit an abstract of your paper to be considered for presentation at the conference or a proposal for thematic sessions. The theme of the Conference is intended to be broad and submission and thematic sessions dealing with evolutionary economics, innovation, growth and development and other topics typical of this conference are all welcome. The abstract must not exceed 800 words and only one proposal per person is accepted. Proposals for sessions should include: a title for the session, the name(s) of the session coordinator(s), a brief presentation of the entire session, a list of 4 or 5 papers to be included in the session with authors and an abstract for each of them.
We also welcome proposals of sessions for presentation of new books.
Following the tradition, selected papers conference will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Evolutionary Economics (official journal of the ISS), as well as edited volumes published by the Springer Press and/or the Cambridge University Press.
- The deadline is April 25 at midnight Central European Time.
- Information about acceptance/rejection by May 5.
- After acceptance, the full version of the paper must be sent not later than June 20 to the organizers (papers not received at that time will not be included in the program).
- Registration until June 15.
Chairman of the Organizing Committee
Professor Massimo Egidi, President of the ISS
(Professor of Economics, Luiss University)
Venue of the Conference