The Symposium on Economic Theory strives to combine the efforts of the scientific community in order to solve urgent development problems of economic theory. While a wide range of questions concerning the development of economic thought is considered, every year, special attention is paid to one particular complex and debatable issue.
The purpose of the 2024 Symposium is to exchange research experience and search for effective solutions to development problems of modern economic theory in the context of turbulence and accelerated technological development of economic systems. It is planned to discuss the following topics: conceptual foundations of mainstream and political economy; alternative directions for the development of theoretical economics; mechanisms of interaction of economic theories to construct a new world order. Additionally, the contribution of economic theory to solving the problems of the expansion of new technologies, inequality, environmental justice, globalization, regionalization and a polycentric world will be considered.
The scope of the Symposium includes:
Is there a crisis in economic theory?
Construction of socio-economic mechanisms of a new order in the context of economic theory
Mainstream VS political economy: global challenges
Economic theory in Education system
Interdisciplinary synthesis in the development of economic theory: results and further prospects
Progress in the history of economic thought
Transformation of socio-economic systems: orthodox and heterodox approaches
Knowledge economy as a progressive basis for the development of society
Inequality & justice: empirical results
The influence of Internet technologies and artificial intelligence on socio-economic development
Globalization and Regionalization: Dialogue of Civilizations
January 15, 2024 - Start of the registration
January 15, 2024 - Start of submission manuscripts
May 1, 2024 - Deadline for submission manuscripts
June 26-28, 2024 - Conference dates
Participant format: face-to-face / online / video-presentation
Location of the Symposium:
Institute of Economics UB RAS
29, Moskovskaya St., Ekaterinburg, Russia