EPCS 2005
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The 2005 annual meeting of the European Public Choice Society will be held from 31 March to 3 April 2005 at University of Durham, Durham, England.
The European Public Choice Society promotes scientific research on the economics and politics of public and non-market decision-making, political economy and the economics of institutions.

Submission of papers broadly consistent with these aims is encouraged and should be made via email (preferably) or post; fax will not be accepted. Format should be doc, pdf, dvi or ps. Papers must be received no later than December 19, 2004, by the Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee:

  John Ashworth   ( John.Ashworth@durham.ac.uk )
  Department of Economics and Finance  
  University of Durham  
  23-26 Old Elvet  
  DH1 3HY  

In the 2005 meeting every accepted paper to be presented at sessions will be assigned a discussant. As a condition for acceptance of papers, every presenter will have to undertake a commitment to serve, if required, as discussant of another paper in his/her field of research. Alternatively, participants may opt for presentation of their papers in a poster session instead of regular sessions, in which case no discussant will be assigned.
Submitted papers should include the following information:
1. Conference Name: EPCS2005
2. Title of the paper
3. Name(s) of Author(s) with the name of the person presenting the
    paper followed by an asterisk (*)
4. Institutional affiliation of author(s), with complete mailing address
    and e-mail of the presenter.
5. Abstract of paper.
6. If the paper is to be considered for the Wicksell Prize Competition,
    this should be explicitly stated, with information on the age of
    applicant(s) as of December 31, 2004. If the paper is co-authored, 
    the age of all authors should be stated.
Decisions on acceptance of submitted papers will be communicated no later than January 31, 2005. Registration should be completed before February 28, 2005. Further information about the conference including procedures for registration will be available in due course on the conference website.
 The Wicksell Prize
The Wicksell Prize will be awarded at the Conference to the person(s) under 30 years of age (as of December 31, 2004) who present(s) the best paper as judged by the Wicksell Prize Committee.