ACEI 2021 will be going online
Given the ongoing situation with COVID-19, it has been determined that the best way to proceed with this years conference will be online.
While this is of course dissapointing when we had been looking forward to an in-person conference experience in Lille, sadly it is just not feasible anymore. The ACEI gratefully acknowledges the team at the University of Lille for all their effort and planning that has been invested up to this point and we hope that sometime in the future an ACEI event can take phyically take place in France.
In light of the change to an online conference new arrangements are being made. To follow all the latest updates concerning the online conference please visit xxxxxx.
One important point to note with the new arrangements is that we have decided to extend the Call for Papers.
Submissions for the online conference will now be accepted up to 28 February. Note: If you have already submitted for ACEI2021 in response to the Call via the orginal conference website you do not need to resubmit. However, if you have not yet submitted and wish to particpate in the online conference then note the new portal where you can submit your proposal is located here.
The conference dates are unchanged meaning the online conference will run from 7-9 July inclusive with a Young Researchers Workshop preceeding the main conference taking place on 6 July.
Stay tuned for further updates which will follow shortly and note the new online conference website www.culturaleconomics.org/ACEI2021online
To get in touch with the Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) regarding membership or enquiries of a general nature please direct these in the first instance to the Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Dr Bronwyn Coate (email@example.com).
Bronwyn Coate, Executive Secretary-Treasurer ACEI
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