Call for papers: The Tokyo Conference on Economics of Institutions and Organizations Spring 2020
We hold the Tokyo Conference on Economics of Institutions and Organizations Spring 202 at Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo on Wednesday, March 11 to Thursday, March 11, 2020.
We solicit submissions of works on the applied economics of institutions and organizations in a broad sense. Works on the authentic institutional and organizational economics ramifying from the contract theory are surely welcome. We equally seek works on applied economics with paying attention to impacts of institutional and organizational factors. Research based on either theoretical, empirical, historical, or experimental method would be considered.
2. Format and aim of the program
The conference begins on the morning of Wednesday, March 11 and closes in the early evening of Thursday, March 12.
We suppose presenters to arrive by the opening and leave after the closing of the conference.
Presenters cannot request a specific time slot for their presentations. We assume that anytime works for every submitter.
The program gives 60 minutes for each presentation to encourage discussion for improvement of the presented paper. No parallel sessions. Thus, we aim to create a small community that contributes to the progress of presented research substantially.
3. Submission and review
Submission is to be through the Conference Maker.
Submitter is requested to pay 5 dollars when submitting as the support and maintenance cost of the Conference Maker.
Submitter is required to select the area at which they want the submission to be considered.
Decision will be notified on January 7.
Slots for presentation are limited, and the small and good is our priority.
The principle implies that a good paper might not be included in the program of a conference, due to, for instance, a concentration of submissions to a specific area or topic. We organize this conference every spring and summer anyway, and hence, we hope that rejection is not taken seriously too much and it does not discourage a future submission.
There is no registration fee for participation in the conference. However, we request the accepted presenters to declare their will to participate in the Conference Maker by January 14, 2020. When a participation is not declared, we handle the submission as withdrawn.
If accepted presenters failed to show up on the date of the conference for any reason, the paper title would be removed from the program that is stored in the Conference Maker.
Failure to show up after a declaration of participation affects future consideration for a presentation.
5. Wine and snack
In the evening of Wednesday, March 11, we have a quick drink in the conference venue for extended discussions and networking.
The participation fee is JPY 3000 for professors and JPY 1000 for students. The fee is collected on the date by cash. No credit card is acceptable.
Prior notification of participation in the drink to Yuri Kitabayashi <firstname.lastname@example.org> would be much appreciated.
6. Program committee
Submitters are required to suggest one committee member for consideration of own submission and may indicate the second and third choices:
Game Theory and Search Theory.
Takashi Shimizu, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University.
Social Choice Theory and Organizational Economics.
Susumu Cato, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.
Junichiro Ishida, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University.
Contract Theory, Organizational Economics, and Industrial Organization.
Akifumi Ishihara, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies.
Noriaki Matsushima, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University.
Labor Economics and Development Economics.
Keisuke Kawata, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.
Labor Ecoonmics and Educational Economics.
Ryuichi Tanaka, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo
Ryoji Ohdoi, Department of Industrial Engineering and Economics, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Macroeconomics and Organizational Economics.
Katsuya Takii, Graduate School of International Public Policy, Osaka University.
Political Economy and Macroeconomics.
Hirokazu Ishise, Graduate School of International Public Policy, Osaka University.
Political Economy and Spatial Economics.
Eric Weese, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.
Economic History, Development Economics, and Comparative Institutional Analysis.
Masaki Nakabayashi, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.
7. Travel to The University of Tokyo
Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND in Tokyo Prefecture) is the nearest airport, and Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT in Chiba Prefecture) is the second closest.
From either airport, taxi is not affordable, and Uber service is not available due to the regulation in most areas in Japan. Please use railways and subways consulting the google direction.
Participants are expected to pay own travel expenses. The organizer does not provide financial support for participants' travel.
The organizer does not coordinate accommodation.
Provided that the number of tourists is increasing, the participants are advised to book a reasonable hotel as soon as possible when own submission is accepted.
If an invitation letter is required to obtain a visa, please email Yuri Kitabayashi <email@example.com> with specifying the necessary information after acceptance of your submission.
8. Conference venue
Room 549, 5th Floor, Akamon General Research Building, The University of Tokyo, near the Akamon (Red Gate) on campus that is from the age when the campus was the Embassy of the Lord of Kaga (Ishikawa Prefecture).
9. Important dates
Deadline of submission: November 30, 2019.
Notification of decision: January 7, 2020.
Registration deadline: January 14, 2020.
Conference: March 11-12, 2020.