The ComplianceNet 2020

The ComplianceNet 2020 Conference will be hosted by the University College London (UCL) School of Public Policy/Department of Political Science and the UCL Global Governance Institute, on June 29-30, 2020.

Conference objectives:

ComplianceNet seeks to bring together scholars from a range of different disciplines to study the interaction between rules and human behaviour, broadly defined. The first two meetings have been highly successful, bringing together academics from business, criminology, economics, law, political science, psychology and sociology, among other fields.

Crucial dates and info:

  • ComplianceNet 2020 is timed to take place immediately after the biennial ECPR Regulatory Governance meeting—a meeting which may be important for a number of ComplianceNet attendees–at the University of Exeter taking place from June 24-26.
  • Submission deadline:  January 24, 2020
  • Notification of acceptance: within one month

Further details and call for papers are available on this website.

Endogenous Rules, Risk & Legal Institutions Workshop

The Workshop on Endogenous Rules, Risk & Legal Institutions will be hosted by the Claremont Graduate University, California, on February 21-22, 2019.

Workshop’s objectives:

The aim of the Endogenous Rules, Risk & Legal Institutions Workshop is to showcase recent contributions that enhance our understanding of endogenous rules within legal institutions. By design, we want the workshop to be interdisciplinary and open to any methodological approach. 

Keynotes:

  • Steven Raphael
  • Shawn Bushway

Crucial dates and info:

  • Hotel and meals will be covered for those presenting a paper. There is no registration fee required for speakers or attendees.
  • Submission deadline: November 1, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: November 15, 2019

Further details and call for papers are available on this website.

Behavioral And Experimental Public Choice Workshop

The Workshop on Behavioral and Experimental Public Choice will be hosted by the Claremont Graduate University, California, on April 1-2, 2020.

Workshop’s objectives:

The aim of the Behavioral and Experimental Public Choice Workshop is to unite researchers working across disciplines in order to discuss how the experimental method and behavioral insights can improve our understanding of a variety of public choice and collective decision-making topics.

Keynotes:

  • Professor Thomas Palfrey (Flintridge Foundation Professor of Economics and Political Science, California Institute of Technology)
  • Professor Leeat Yariv (Uwe E. Reinhardt Professor of Economics, Princeton University)

Crucial dates:

  • Submission deadline: December 15, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: January 15, 2020

Further details and call for papers are available on this website.