Schumpeter Conference on Evolutionary Economics, Canada


Deadline: 31 March 2016 (New)
Venue: 6-8 July 2016, Montreal, Canada

Dear friends and colleagues

It will be our pleasure to welcome you in Montreal at the 16th International Conference that will take place at the Hotel Bonaventure, Montreal, Canada from July 6 to 8, 2016. The theme of the conference is

Building Bridges

Registration Open!

The Schumpeter Conference is a major event for social scientists interested in Neo-Schumpeterian themes such as the economics of innovation and economic development and trying to build a credible response to neoclassical economics with the contribution of different compatible theoretical currents such as behavioural, ecological and post-Keynesian economics, system dynamics, agent-based models and innovation management, among others.

Montreal is one of the cities with the highest quality of life in the world, and Canada is number one on this regard (World Economic Forum, 2015).

We wish to see you all in Montreal next July at the Schumpeter Society Conference.

Important Dates

Extended abstract submission31 March 2016 (New)

Early Bird Registration: 30 April 2016

Conference Venue: Hotel Bonaventure, Montreal (http://hotelbonaventure.com/en)

CISS Prize is open to books and articles on evolutionary economics up to April 30, 2016.

Please send five copies of them to Professor Keun Lee, Seoul National University


Schumpeter Prize Competition 2016

Schumpeter Prize Competition 2016 on Building Bridges with heterodox economic currents The International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society is pleased to announce the 15th Schumpeter Prize Competition. The Prize is awarded every two years in recognition of a recent scholarly contribution related to Schumpeter’s work. It carries a cash award of C$15,000 (10,000 Euros). Submissions must not have been published before 1 July 2014 and can be in the form of a book/manuscript or article/paper. A list of previous Prize winners is provided at the ISS main website. Schumpeter Prize entries must be postmarked no later than 10 March 2016. They must be sent to the president of the Prize Committee:

Professor Kuen Lee
Department of Economics
Seoul National University
Shillim-Dong, Seoul, 151-746,
E-mail: kenneth@snu.ac.kr

I wish to see you and welcome you in Montreal next July

Professor Jorge Niosi
President, International Schumpeter Society (2014-2016)
Department of Management and Technology
Université du Québec à Montréal
P.O. Box 8888 Station Centre-Ville
Montréal, QC, Canada H3C 3P8
E-mail: niosi.jorge@uqam.ca

For all issues related to the ISS Conference please use these email address:
Email: info@jorgeniosi.ca
Email: abstract_vara@schumpeter-conference-montreal.ca

Keynote Speakers

Distinguished Speakers

Organizing Committee

Catherine Beaudryy
orge Niosi
Patrick Cohendet

Dear participants

Montreal, and Quebec are great places to visit. Several companies offer bus tours and walking tours in Montreal. In Montreal you have several museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts with a great exhibition about Pompeii. You can visit the campuses of the four universities in the city using the metro system. The city has a large park, the Mont-royal Park situated on the hills of the city, where you can walk for hours. You can also shop on Ste. Catherine Street, a few blocks from the Hotel. Similarly, you can visit Old Montreal, less than a mile from the Hotel.

In a one-day tour, it would be wonderful to go to the City of Québec (top 2 among the best cities to visit in Canada), the only fortified city in the country, only three hours on train, bus or car. Or you may visit Ottawa, the national capital of Canada, two hours by train, bus or car from Montreal. The train station is two blocks from the Hotel.

Ask the Hotel concierge or visit the sites montrealsightseeing@coachcanada.com or www.grayline.com/montreal

We look forward to see you in Montreal

The organising committee