September Conference at Meiji Univ.
  International Conference
   on Economic Theory and Policy 

    September 22-24, 2015 Meiji University, Tokyo

This conference is co-sponsored by the following journals:
Review of Keynesian Economics (Edward Elgar): Click Here

Submission of Abstract
For those who want to join and present a paper at our September conference, please send your abstract( between 200 words and 500 words) with your name, your affiliation to

We will send you the notification of acceptance, basically within one week after recieving your submission in order that the participants can prepare for their travel to Japan.

For those who need documents for VISA application, could you please send your e.mail to or to: as soon as possible

Keynote speakers:
Prof. Pier Luigi Porta (Universty Milan -Bicocca)
 Prof. Bertarm Schefold (Goethe-Universitat Frankfurt)
Prof. Gianni Vaggi (University of Pavia)
 Prof. Fernando Ferrari Filho (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
 Prof. Jan Toporowsky (SOAS, University of London)
 Prof.Hiroya Akiba (Waseda University)
 will participate in the conference and give their lectures.

As is usual in our September conference, we will accept any papers on Economic Theory and Policy, especially on
Economic Theory:
--Macroeconomic Theory
--Growth and Business Cycle
--Post Keynesian Economics, Sraffian Economics, Kaleckian Economics
--Other Topics in Macroeconomics
--Money and Inflation, Monetary Economics
--Capital Theory and Distribution
--Theory on Input-Output Analysis
Economic Policy:
--Macroeconomic Policy
--Financial Policy
--Finance, Financial Crisis, Financialization
--Fiscal Policy
--Trade Policy
Empirical Studies:
--Macroeconomic Problems
--Regional Studies
--Input-Output Stuides
--Financial Studies
--Fiscal Studies
--Development Studies
Topics in History of Economic Thought
--Classical Economics
--Post Keynesians

Prof.Takashi Yagi (Meiji University)

Paper Submission Date until August 31, 2015

2015 September Conference Committee
Takashi Yagi(Meiji University, Chair of the Committee & the Organizer)
Etsuko Katsu (Meiji Unievrsity)
Yumi Horikane (Meiji University)
Takumi Takeda (Meiji University)
Yasutaka Niisato (Toyama University)

Co-organized by
Department of Economics, School of Political Science and Economics, Meiji University

Supported by
Headquaters of lntemational Collaboration, Meiji University