Friday, January 15, 2010


There are three conferences with the deadlines rapidly apporaching.

DRUID 2010
The deadline for papers is usually around the 28 of Feb.

DRUID and Imperial College London Business School have agreed to co-organize the DRUID Summer Conference in London on June 16-18, 2010.

"This is the very first time a DRUID flagship event is held outside Denmark and we are very excited about the new promising possibilities this opens for our research community" declares DRUID Director, Professor Peter Maskell, Copenhagen Business School.

Dr Ammon Salter, co-Director of the Innovation Studies Centre, Imperial College London states: "DRUID has become one of the world's leading intellectual forums for discussions about technology, innovation and strategy. We are delighted to welcome DRUID to Imperial, bringing this forum into the heart of London."

The 13th Conference of the International Schumpeter Society takes place at Aalborg University in Denmark on 21-24 June 2010.

Schumpeter 2010 serves as an opportunity for both established scholars and young researchers to present research that has a Schumpeterian perspective. The major topic of the conference is "Innovation, Organisation, Sustainability and Crises". But the conference more generally embraces micro-studies of the innovation, routine and selection as well as studies of the macro-problems of Schumpeterian growth and development as a process of "creative destruction". The broad range of issues implies that both economists, business economists, and other social scientists can contribute to the conference and that evidence may be provided by statistical and historical methods as well as other methods.

The EU funded world input output database is also I believe holding a conference in late May which will apparently have some session open for external submissions.
Watch the WIOD website for details.

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