the Pan Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies

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The 28th Annual Conference of The Pan Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies, PAPAIOS

The 28th Annual Conference of the Pan Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies, PAPAIOS, will be held as
  Date: 20-22 October, 2017

Registration:The deadline of onsite registration is 10 October 2017.

https://service.gakkai.ne.jp/society-member/auth/apply_eng/papaios

Contact us: 2017papaios.osaka@gmail.com

Call for Abstract (PDF): Deadline: 30 June, 2017
Submit your abstract and full paper through the following online submission system(SOLTI): 

https://service.gakkai.ne.jp/society-member/auth/public_eng/papaios

The deadline of submission of full paper to discussant and session chair is 25 Sep. 2017.
For all presenters, presentation time should be within 40 minutes (Presentation: 30 min. and Q&A: 10 min).

Conference Venue: Osaka Ibaraki Campus,
             Ritsumeikan University
             2-150, Iwakura, Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan
  
Ritsumeikan University, Osaka Ibaraki Campus
Detailed information: Conference - Pan Pacific Association of Input-Output Studies

The 2nd International Conference on Economic Structures 

The 2nd International Conference on Economic Structures, PAPAIOS, will be held as

  Date: March, 2018
  Conference Venue: Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
  Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 December, 2017

Journal of Economic Structures

The Journal of Economic Structures is a peer-reviewed international journal that publishes theoretical and empirical articles that apply to a wide range of formal analytical instruments and statistical techniques to explore the structural interdependencies among various activities immanent in the economy. We collect manuscripts dealing with broad issues, covering subjects such as technological innovations and lifestyle changes, trade and commerce, networks, ecology and development, among others, where structural understanding is essential. The journal supports communication among various related disciplines and encourages contributions from regional practitioners. The journal also welcomes proposals for special issues reflecting the trends in structural economics and other related disciplines.