Call for Papers: Fourth Conference on Law and Macroeconomics 2021, Queen Mary University of London
We are excited to announce that registration is now live for the 4th Conference on Law & Macroeconomics.
To register for the virtual conference on October 27th and 28th, please click here. To learn more about the conference, please visit our website.
The role of law as an instrument of macroeconomic policy through the Covid-19 pandemic, including as a means to provide social protection, has opened up new and exciting research opportunities. As we edge towards recovery, what is the role of law in creating a macroeconomy appropriate for a post-pandemic world?
We welcome submissions for an online virtual conference on 27-28 October 2021 that will continue to explore connections between law and macroeconomics. Papers may address the role of law, regulation, and institutions in:
We hope to attract submissions from both legal scholars writing about macro-relevant topics and economists writing on subjects that would benefit from legal perspectives. Submissions from students and others not in tenure-track positions are especially welcomed. (Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be considered for the student panel). 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 2021.