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February 2023 Deadlines

BARI Conference 2023: Greater Boston’s Annual Insight to Impact Summit The BARI Conference is a unique forum for community leaders, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers to share how they advance data-driven research and policy in Greater Boston—and how we could do even more through collective action. This year’s conference will have two types of submissions for 10-minute talks: (1) Data-driven insights and impacts from recently completed work, including research findings, program evaluations, or tools and platforms for facilitating insights and impacts. (2) Reflections on civically engaged collaboration and associated tools and strategies. The conference will occur on Friday, April 28th at MIT’s Media Lab. Proposals are due by Friday, February 10th, 2023 at 4:59 PM. For more information, click here.

Population Association of America: Workshop on Advanced Research Methods (WARM). Sharing innovations or innovative uses of research methods, Thursdays 8:30-9:30 PM (US ET). The first talk “Causal Network Analysis” is scheduled on February 23, 2023, with speaker Weihua An from Emory University. For more information and the schedule for 2023, click here.

The Sequence Analysis Association (SAA) is an international scholarly society and was founded in October 2018, with the aim to promote research, teaching, and diffusion of sequence analysis in the social sciences. The SAA organizes symposiums, training courses, and webinars, as well as collects and shares valuable information on sequence analysis and related methods. In Spring 2023, for example, SAA organizes a series of four webinars providing an overview of sequence analysis. The association facilitates networking among sequence analysis researchers. For more information, click here.

This year’s 15th Annual Conference of the International Network of Analytical Sociologists (INAS) will be hosted by the Department of Sociology at Princeton University on June 8-9, 2023. Research in the analytical sociology tradition uses different modes of inquiry to identify the micro-level mechanisms that underlie macro-level phenomena. Submissions from any substantive area of sociology using any method (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, experimental, simulation-based) and especially encourage applications that use data or methods in new ways to push theory (and vice versa) are welcome. Please submit an abstract at this link by February 26, 2023.

March 2023 Deadlines

The American Sociological Association’s 17th Junior Theorists Symposium (JTS) is now open to new submissions. The JTS is a conference featuring the work of emerging sociologists engaged in theoretical work, broadly defined. Sponsored in part by the Theory Section of the ASA, the conference has provided a platform for the work of early-career sociologists since 2005. Submissions that broaden the practice of theory beyond its traditional themes, topics, and disciplinary function are welcomed. The final submission deadline is March 1st, 2023 at 11:59 pm ET. For more information, see here or email any additional questions to juniortheorists@gmail.com.

Call for Papers: NBER Summer Institute 2023 – Gender in the Economy Meeting To promote research on gender issues in the economies of developing and developed nations, the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has formed a Study Group on Gender in the Economy. The Study Group will convene a one and a half day research meeting in Cambridge, Massachusetts on July 24 and 25 as part of the NBER Summer Institute. The meeting will feature approximately ten to twelve research presentations and possibly some shorter talks. Topics may include victimization and violence against women, household finance, women’s roles in health and education, gender and the labor market, economic development and female labor force participation, and women-and child-centered policies. To be considered for presentation at the meeting, papers must be submitted on March 22, 2023 by 11:59 PM here.

Further 2023 Deadlines

Call for Abstracts: The 2023 Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology Research and Policy Conference provides a forum for experts and practitioners from around the world to discuss and exchange current methodological knowledge and policy insights about topics of current and critical importance to federal agencies. We seek abstracts that address advances in credible and accurate survey and statistical methodologies from both research and policy perspectives. Abstracts should be limited to 200 words. The deadline is April 3, 2023. For more information, click here.