Tuesday, October 25, 2016

2017 AAEA Annual Meeting: CRENET Track Sessions

The leadership of the Community and Regional Economics Network (CRENET) of AAEA is organizing track sessions for the 2017 AAEA Annual Meetings in Chicago.

Track sessions are a set of multiple sessions submitted by AAEA Sections, scheduled throughout the meeting and devoted to a common interest area of topic. Presentations must fit one the following formats:
  • Four presentations with no discussants or panelists,
  • Three presentations with a maximum of one discussant, or
  • Two presentations with a maximum of two discussants or panelists.
  • In sessions without presentations, a maximum of five participants may be included as panelist
We would like to receive as much information as possible about your proposed session. At a minimum, please include the following information in your submission:
  • Session Title
  • Session Format
  • Session Description (250 words)
  • Session Organizer and email
  • Other Presenters/Participants and their role in the proposed session
All proposals should be submitted to Becca Jablonski (Becca.Jablonski@colostate.edu) by Friday, November 11.

In order to prioritize topics for the sessions, we are also asking CRENET members to please fill out the below 4 question survey: https://colostateag.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bEBUg50ShPuSiK9

If you have questions, please contact the CRENET Chair Becca Jablonski (Becca.Jablonski@colostate.edu) or Chair-Elect Mallory Rahe (Mallory.Rahe@oregonstate.edu).

The CRENET welcomes anyone with interests in community economics, regional economics, rural development, and domestic economic development. CRENET hosts an active listserv that provides a forum for members to share information and research ideas, discuss policy issues, and learn about professional development opportunities.

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