Aix-Marseille University (FRANCE) in co-operation with IES-Europe will host the 2023 Katallasso Conference : July 17-19, 2023. This is a hybrid International Conference on Recent Developments in Humane Studies, covering the fields of economics, law, philosophy, history, and sociology.   You are cordially invited to submit your abstract by July 14.   The submission and registration for online presentations at the 2023 conference is FREE and all sessions of the conference will be held in a hybrid format. We sincerely want to help our colleagues continue to attend international conferences despite the increasing financial strictures faced by many universities.   You can find more details about the conference, including publication opportunities, at   Important Dates:  Deadline for Submission: Wednesday, July 14, 2023, (CET – 22:00)  Notification of Acceptance: 2 days after submission  Conference: Monday, July 17, 2023, (CET 19:00) to Wednesday, July 19, 2023 (CET 14:00)   The event will be held in a hybrid format. Speakers will be able to present their work in person at the venue or attend the event virtually and share their scientific contributions.   Katallasso is an ancient Greek word for « trade », « exchange » but also for “bringing together again”. For that reason, it perfectly helps to recall the purpose and spirit of that conference:     To bring together scholars from various disciplines of humane sciences (Law, business, economics, political philosophy, history, anthropology) and various regions     To explore together the new challenges and opportunities our world is contemplating   Senior and junior scholars are invited to present and discuss their on-going research. They will receive feedback from their colleagues in dedicated sessions (see tracks below) moderated by an expert in the field.    Tracks:  Costs and benefits of a green transition  The money market in thirty years from now  Health care and new technology  History of thought-Law, Economics, Philosophy  Social responsibility and entrepreneurship  Environmental policies: what works and what doesn’t  Recent development in behavioral sciences  Agricultural policy in a globalized world  Digital markets and competition  The Impact of Technology on the Humanities  Race and Ethnicity in the Criminal Justice System  Globalization and Its Impact on Local Cultures   Participants can submit full papers for publication in the Conference Proceedings by August 20. Based on their presentations, some participants will be invited to submit a full paper for publication in one of our partner academic journals. More information is available on the conference websit under Publication Opportunities.



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