The journal Filosofía de la Economia is launching a call for papers for a special issue on Adam Smith in the history of economic thought and the philosophy of economics.
“The Center of Research on Epistemology of Economics (CIECE, School of Economics, University of Buenos Aires) announces a call for papers on the theme “Adam Smith in the history of economic thought and the philosophy of economics” for a special issue of its journal Filosofía de la Economía (Philosophy of Economics). All papers exploring the vast work of Adam Smith on economics, philosophy and other branches of the social sciences are welcomed. Filosofia de la Economia is a trilingual (English, Spanish, Portuguese), peer-reviewed, biannual journal aimed at reaching a broad audience interested in philosophy of economics, methodology and the history of economic thought. The Journal, launched in 2013 and with two issues already published, holds a broad pluralistic view about the discipline and welcomes contributions drawing on the wide range of the different school of thought. Filosofia de la Economia (ISSN 2314-3592, print; ISSN 2314-3606, online) is available in print as well as in its online version under Open Access format.
Contributions to the special issue on Adam Smith must be submitted no later than May 20, 2014.
Guess editors for this issue are Manuel Calderón (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Andrés Lazzarini (email@example.com). Papers must be submitted through its Open Access platform at the website http://ppct.caicyt.gov.ar/index.php/filoecon. The special issue will be published in volume 2, no.1, next July 2014.
For more details please contact the guess editors.”