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Student & Emerging Scholar CFP: Heterodox Economics Meets LPE

Mar 8, 2024


John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Call for Submissions: Students and emerging scholars are invited to present LPE-informed research on topics including but not limited to climate change, the green transition, industrial policy, or the role of democratic institutions and power. Abstracts of 100-350 words with titles can be submitted here by March 8th.

The Association for the Promotion of Political Economy and the Law (APPEAL), John Jay College Law and Political Economy Society, and the New School for Social Research Economics Department are holding their Spring 2024 workshop on March 30th at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. This day-long conference, “Heterodox Economics Meets Law and Political Economy: Power for a Just Transition,” will delve into the intersection of political economy, law, and climate policy, addressing crucial questions about public intervention, industrial policy, and democratic governance in the face of climate catastrophe and authoritarian capitalism.

Featuring conversations with climate and policy experts Kate Aronoff, writer for the New Republic, and Isabel Estevez, Deputy Director of Industrial Policy and Trade at the Roosevelt Institute, the event promises to offer interdisciplinary perspectives and insights.

The organizers encourage proposals and projects at every stage of their development; completed papers not necessary at time of workshop. If you are unsure if your proposal fits submission guidelines, please do not hesitate to contact

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with emerging scholarship and top experts in the field. Register now to secure your spot!