Submissions/Call for Workshops & Mini-Symposia
Final Submission Date: Monday 1st November, 2021
Submissions are encouraged on any topic that is relevant to agricultural, resource, environmental, energy, or development economics. Workshops that involve some form of training are also welcomed. Workshops can take between 1 and 5 hours and can be organised in single or multiple sessions. They can involve a single presenter or a group of presenters.
Proponents are asked to indicate whether the workshops will be free of charge to registered participants (participants to the workshop do not necessarily have to attend the main conference) or whether a registration fee will be required (indicative amount should be nominated in the proposal).
Organisers of workshops are encouraged to:
- Design the event to attract current and new members (private / industry / government)
- Include people from government, industry or other disciplines as speakers and participants
- Approach sponsors to meet any costs involved in the workshop, such as the cost of bringing in a high-profile speaker
- Promote their event to help raise the profile of the conference and the Society.
To download the submission form click here:
Mini-symposia will typically consist of 3-5 presentations on papers that are addressing similar topics followed by a panel discussion, or a general open floor discussion. Topics can be related to research and policy applications in agricultural, environmental, resource, ecological, energy, food, agribusiness and development economics.
Submissions should be made by an individual organiser of that session. The proposals should include:
- Title of the session
- A brief (100 - 200 words) description of the topic of the session and its significance
- Names and affiliations of authors of individual presentations within the session
- Short abstracts (100 words) of individual presentations
- Names and affiliations of discussants.
To submit a proposal click tab below. For more information contact Oscar Cacho.