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Call for paper proposals for a symposium on Behavioral Public Finance: New Approaches to Old Questions
Proposals are due to email@example.com by February 28. Authors will be notified that they will be invited to submit a full manuscript by March 15. Final manuscripts are due August 15, 2019. Reviews and final acceptance will occur through October.
In addition, authors may choose to present (drafts of) their papers at the 11th Global Conference of the Forum for Economists International in Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 24-27, 2019 and receive comments additional to the peer review.
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