Papers & Sessions Submission

Financial / Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

For details of topics covered by each theme, click on the name of the theme. Please, contact the relevant convener for enquiries regarding ideas for sessions and papers. Submissions are also welcome on other themes and topics.

Consumption Economies
Development Economies
Digital Economies
Environmental Economies
Financial Economies
Innovation Economies
Political Economies
Regional Economies
Social Economies
Studying Economies
Urban Economies
Work Economies


Global Production Economies
Valuation Economies
Visualizing Economic Geographies
Neil Coe
Susan Roberts
Matthew Zook
Janelle Knox-Hayes
Sarah Hall
Dieter F. Kogler
Adam Dixon
Marco Percoco
Julie MacLeavy
David Rigby
Canfei He
Kendra Strauss

Godfrey Yeung
Max-Peter Menzel
Jon Swords


Please read carefully the instructions below before submitting your paper. Abstract and session submissions open on 1st February 2015. Deadline is 1 June 2015.

**Please make sure to register and pay the registration fee before submitting your paper or session.
If you want to present a paper, submit information online with: authors’ names, contact information, paper title, abstract, and specify under which of the key themes you would like your paper to appear. Each delegate is allowed to present only one paper and take part in one panel discussion. There is no selection of papers, but submissions will be screened for inappropriate content.

If you want to submit a session proposal, please fill out this form and email it to Please, note, that all participants in a session need to register and pay the registration fee before a session proposal is submitted. Sessions will be 1.5-hour long and consist of 4 papers maximum each (plus optional discussion). The conference organisers will consider your proposal.

If you want to post your own call for papers on the conference website, independent from the calls already announced on–sessions.html please email it to Follow the format of existing calls to write yours. Conference organisers will consider your proposal.

If you want to submit a proposal for a session in the form of a panel discussion, author meets the critics or any other non-paper session, please email your proposal to Conference organisers will consider your proposal.