The Tobias Center will provide funding to defray the cost of travel for any IU researcher whose paper is accepted to the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Political Economy of Aid Society (PEAS).
Please see the call for papers for this conference below:
June 20-21, 2024 KOF, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
We invite submissions for the second annual meeting of the Political Economy of Aid Society. The meeting will be held as dedicated panel sessions within the 6th International Conference on European Economics and Politics (ICEEP) jointly organized by the Network for European Studies: CefES-DEMS, KOF, EI, JRC, Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies, RCEA Europe ETS, BLEST, IEP, and held 20-21 June 2024 KOF, ETH Zurich, Switzerland. The conference aims to bring together economists and political scientists with the goal of fostering collaboration on socio-economic and political issues relevant for Europe and beyond. Within this context, the Political Economy of Aid Society looks to bring together economists and political scientists to address political economy issues related to all types of official and unofficial international development assistance.
Paper topics might include issues of development assistance allocation, effectiveness, mechanisms of delivery, or bureaucratic organization from the perspective of state and non-state donor partners, host governments, and non-governmental organizations in host countries.
Submission of Papers
Both empirical and theoretical papers will be considered. Please submit full papers via the ICEEP submission site at:
Please note in your submission that you wish your paper to be considered for inclusion in the PEAS Annual Meeting panel sessions. The deadline for submission is April 10, 2024. Notifications will be delivered by April 30, 2024.
After the conference, presenters are encouraged to submit their papers to the Journal of International Development to be considered for a special issue. Submission to the conference does not require submitting to the special issue.
Conference Format, Attendance, and Registration
The number of papers will be limited to about 25 to allow for in-depth discussion of each paper. Authors of accepted papers are expected to attend the entire conference. Subject to budgetary confirmation, the conference registration fee will be waived for graduate students and scholars from institutions based in the Global South. Some accommodation assistance may also be available.
The conference will be held at KOF, ETH Zurich in Zurich, Switzerland. Zurich International Airport (ZRH) is 20-30 minutes away by train.
- Sarah Bauerle Danzman (Indiana)
- Axel Dreher (Heidelberg)
- Christopher Kilby (Villanova)
- Christina Schneider (UCSD)
- Samuel Brazys (Chair) (Dublin)
- Simone Dietrich (Geneva)
- Silvia Marchesi (Milano Bicocca)
- Haley Swedlund (Radboud)
- Jennifer Tobin (Georgetown)
- Lisa Chauvet (Sorbonne)
- Alice Iannantuoni (Geneva)
- Bernhard Reinsberg (Glasgow)
- Michael Tierney (William & Mary)