Call for Papers
Submissions of abstracts (300 to 500 words) or full papers dealing with one of the conference topics, or with related issues such as corruption, social benefit fraud, and other illicit economic activities are welcome. Papers may be either theoretical or empirical, experimental, agent-based, etc. Submissions can be made until March 1, 2013, to:
Acceptance for presentation will be communicated no later than March 31, 2013.
Keynote speakers include James Andreoni (University of California, San Diego, USA), Kai A. Konrad (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Munich, Germany) and Gareth D. Myles (University of Exeter, UK).
The conference will take place at the University of Münster, Germany. Münster is located in the northwest of Germany, between Dortmund and Bremen. Münster is well-known for hosting the peace conference in 1648 that ended the Thirty-Year-War. Today, the restored city center with its arcades, churches, narrow alleys, lively squares, pubs and street cafes is popular among tourists and locals alike.The University of Münster was founded in 1780, now being one of the biggest German Universities with more than 40,000 students.
Münster can be reached via its international airport Münster/Osnabrück or, alternatively, via the airports of Dortmund, Düsseldorf, and Frankfurt. Münster is also well connected with the German high speed train system.
The conference is organized by Aloys Prinz, Sascha Hokamp and the Institute of Public Economics at the University of Münster. Our dear colleague and co-organizer of shadow2009 and shadow2011, Michael Pickhardt, sadly passed away on October 2, 2012. We will commemorate him at the confererence.
Please look at this conference homepage for further information, or contact the conference organizer at
A.Prinz@wiwi.uni-muenster.de (Aloys Prinz)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Sascha Hokamp)