Call for Papers: XV Annual Conference – Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE)
La próxima edición de la Conferencia Anual de la Asociación Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Derecho y Economía (ALACDE) tendrá lugar el 3 y 4 de Agosto de 2011 en la ciudad de Bogotá, Colombia. La convocatoria para presentar propuestas de ensayos en “derecho y economía” fija el plazo de entrega para el próximo 25 de Abril.
Claramente uno de los enfoques sobre los cuales pueden versar los ensayos es el derecho de la competencia. Si revisan la historia de los premios que han sido otorgados en ediciones anteriores del evento, podrán ver que varios versaron sobre dicha área del derecho. Es más, en la última edición del “Premio Microsoft de Investigación en Derecho y Economía Robert D. Cooter” fue otorgado a Carlos Pablo Márquez por el paper “Exploitative Excessive Pricing Policy in Emerging Economies: The case of South American Economies”.
Abajo transcribo los detalles de la convoca:
“Call for Papers
XV Annual Conference
Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE)
August 3 & 4, 2010
The Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE) will hold its XV ANNUAL CONFERENCE next August 3-4, 2010 at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana at Bogotá D. C., Colombia.
About the Conference
The meeting will bring together top scholars from Latin America and around the world to contribute to the development of the field of Law and Economics.
Those interested in presenting a paper are invited to submit an electronic copy of the final paper (Word or PDF) or an at least two pages long outline attached to an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Papers can be submitted either in English, Spanish or Portuguese.
Proposals should also include an abstract in English; keywords; JEL classification; and contact information, including author’s complete name, e-mail, telephone, postal address and current academic or professional position.
The submission deadline is april 25th, 2010.
Papers may be on any topic in or related to Law and Economics with particular emphasis on:
1. Experimental Law and Economics 2. International Law and Economics; 3. Property, including Intellectual Property; 4. Torts; 5. Contracts; 6. Corporate Law and Economics and Corporate Governance; 7. Criminal Law and Law Enforcement; 8. Legal Rule-making, including Litigation; 9. Market and Non-market Regulation; 10. Law and Public Policy; 11. Behavioral Law and Economics; 12. Constitutional Law and Economics; including Discrimination; 13. Bankruptcy and Financial Regulation; 14. Law and Development; 15. Trade Law; 16. Energy Law; 17. Environmental Law; 18. The economics of Family, sex, discrimination; 19. Antitrust and regulation. 20. Comparative Law and Economics; 21. Social security and Economic Analysis of Law; 22. Taxes and welfare state; 23. The law and economics of labor and employment 24. Law and development; 25. Political Economy and Public Choice; 26. International trade; 27 Public and Administrative law and economics.
Papers will be selected by a committee appointed by the ALACDE. Its members will not be allowed to submit papers to the meeting.
Acceptance of proposals will be communicated to authors by May 27th, 2010. Authors whose papers are accepted should be available to comment on other papers presented during the meeting. A final electronic version of the accepted papers must be sent to the local organizers by June 17th, 2010.
Papers will then be available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/bple/alacde. And will be published in the book of the Center of Studies of Economics and the Law –CEDE of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
Additional information about the meeting may be found at the websites www.alacde.org
In case you need further details, please do not hesitate to contact the organization committee at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Selected papers can apply for the ALACDE Prizes if the applicant is a scholar in a Latin American or Caribbean country, regardless of his nationality. Applicant to the prize cannot be part of the board, or the local organization committee. All prizes will be given to papers with a Law & Economics approach.
The Organization Committee will be in charge of determining the selected papers for the prizes. The prizes will be announced at the end of the meeting.
Alfredo Bullard – Rafael Mery – Andrew Guzman – Fernando Castillo Cadena – Carlos Pablo Márquez Escobar – Alfonso Miranda Londoño
- April 25th, 2011: Deadline for submissions.
- May 27th, 2011: Notification to authors.
- June 17th, 2011: Deadline for completed papers.
- August 3-4, 2010: XV Annual Conference.”