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CONFERENCE SUBMISSIONS

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Submission Portal for CEA 2024: 

CEA 2024 Submission Portal
 

IMPORTANT:

(1) You will need to create a *new* conference account for your submission.

The Abstract Submission Portal is a separate portal from the CEA's Membership Account Portal. It is important that you use the exact same email address in both systems. Please check your CEA member profile before submitting to the conference, and contact the CEA office at cea.conference@gmail.com if you need help with updating the email address in one/both systems. 


(2) When submitting an abstract you will be asked if your paper is for the online sessions or the in-person sessions. Once the deadline to submit has passed (February 15), you will not be able to make changes to your presentation format.
 

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Paula Emery at cea.conference@gmail.com

Submission Instructions and FAQs:

 

Submission

When submitting your abstract, you will be asked to choose a subject area. Subject areas are associated with CEA Study Groups and Scientific Committees who will review the abstracts in their respective areas and provide a decision to the program office.

The following table provides an overview of the subject areas associated with the groups. Note that some papers may be reassigned to a different area based on the study group or committee's feedback, the paper's secondary subject, and the program chair's discretion.  Link to JEL Categories.

Subject Area JEL Category Study Group/Scientific Committee
Development Economics O Canadian Development Economics Study Group (CDESG)
Economic Systems, Transition Economies P
Econometrics C1-C5 Canadian Econometrics Study Group (CESG) 
Game Theory and Bargaining Theory C7 Canadian Economic Theory Conference (CETC)
Information and Uncertainty D8
Mathematical/Computational Economics C6
Microeconomics D
Behavioural Economics D9, E7, G4 Canadian Experimental and Behavioral Economics Research Group (CEBERG)
Experimental Economics C9

Relation of Economics to Social Values

A13

Canadian Happiness Economics Research Group

Welfare Economics

D6

Welfare and Poverty

I3

Welfare, Well-being, and Poverty : General Welfare, Well-Being

I31

Health Economics I1 Canadian Health Economics Study Group (CHESG)
International Finance F Canadian International Trade Study Group (CITSG)
International Trade and Investment F
Law and Economics K Canadian Law and Economics Association (CLEA)
Labour and Demographic Economics J Canadian Labour Economics Forum (CLEF)
Economics of Education  I2
Economic Growth, Technological Change O3, O4 Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group (CMSG)
Macroeconomics, Business Cycles E, E21-E23, E3
Monetary Economics and Policy E4-E6, F3-F4
Economic History N Canadian Network for Economic History (CNEH)
Political Economy P Canadian Public Economics Study Group (CPEG)
Public Economics, Taxation, Fiscal Policy H
Welfare Economics D6
Environmental Economics Q5, F18, F64, H23, R11 Canadian Resource and Environmental Economics Association (CREEA)
Resource and Energy Economics Q00-Q01,Q15, Q2-Q4, N5, O13, O44, P48
Economics of Indigenous Peoples J15 Indigenous Economics Study Group (IESG)
Agriculture Economics Q1 Agricultural Economics
Data Science & Economics C8 Data Science & Economics
Education Economics I2 Education Economics
Financial Economics G Financial Economics
Business Administration, Marketing, Accounting Industrial Organization
Industrial Organization L
Innovation Economics O3 Innovation Economics
Teaching of Economics A2 Teaching of Economics
Urban, Regional, and Spatial Economics R Urban, Regional, and Spatial Economics
Other Topics    Unlisted/Other

 

Do I have to be a member of a Study Group?

No, you do not need to be a member of a specific Study Group to submit to their subjects in the portal. You are, however, welcome to learn more about each study group by visiting their webpage and participating in their activities.  
 

Can I Edit My Submission/Abstract?

Yes! Your submission details can be edited during and after submission up until the submission deadline.  
 

What is the maximum word limit for an abstract?

The limit is 250 words for the abstract content. 
 

Where do I enter co-authors?

Co-authors' names can be entered on the submission form using the "Add co-author" button.  The submitting author will be considered the presenting author. If you determine that you cannot present, then the option to switch to one of your co-authors may be available. Please contact the conference office should this occur. 
 

Where do I attach my paper or include the URL

There is the option to upload a PDF version of your paper or include a URL link on the submission form itself. You can edit this upload or link up until the submission deadline. This is optional at the time of submission.  However, if your abstract is accepted, you will need to provide the full version of the paper to the chair of your session. Details for how to upload the full version of your paper after acceptance will be provided in the submission portal. 
 

Can I add comments to my submission?

Yes, please use the "Comments" field at the bottom of the form.