Conference on Ethics, Integrity, and Responsible Leadership in Economics

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Conference on Ethics, Integrity, and Responsible Leadership in Economics

September 23-24, 2016

Hosted by the Center for Economics and the Environment
Hammond Institute, Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship
Harmon Hall, Lindenwood Univ., St. Charles, Missouri (near St. Louis)

Organized by the Central U.S. Regional Office of the Association for Integrity and Responsible Leadership in Economics and Associated Professions (

Directed by Lindenwood University Professors Richard G. Anderson and Areerat Kichkha

The conference will consist of sessions with three or four paper presentations, and plenary lectures by distinguished speakers. Topics of interest will include, but will not be limited to, ethics, integrity, and responsible leadership in: (1) economics courses, (2) the history of economic thought, (3) the functioning of market systems, (4) replication and validity in economic research, (5) financial crises and their prevention, and (6) government regulation. Anyone interested in presenting a paper, or in proposing a session for the conference should respond to our Call for Papers. Papers and proposed sessions will be considered and accepted as they are received, and on a continual basis until September 1st. Applications require only abstracts of no more than 300 words, and graduate students in economics and related fields are welcome to apply.

The conference will run from 1:30 PM on Friday, September 23rd, to 4:30 PM on Saturday, September 24th.

This special event is being sponsored generously by the Center for Economics and the Environment. As a result, attendance is only $35, and is FREE for all full-time students and FREE for paper presenters.1
This flyer will be updated as additional information is confirmed on the distinguished speakers attending.

Click here to register.

1 Full-time students will be asked to provide evidence of their student status at the time of the conference. If two or more people are attending to present the same paper, the free admission would apply to only one author, in order of first authorship.