Social Sciences

Turkish historian Halil Inalcik dies at age 100

World-renowned Ottoman historian Halil Inalcik passed away in Ankara on July 25, 2016. Halil İnalcık (26 May 1916 – 25 July 2016) was a Turkish historian of the Ottoman Empire. His highly influential research centred on social and economic approaches to the empire. His academic career started at Ankara University, where he completed his PhD and worked between 1940 and 1972. Between 1972 and 1986 he taught Ot… → Read More

NETA Annual Convention 2016 at Harvard

NETA Annual Convention 2016 was held at Harvard University on Saturday, April 2, 2016 PROGRAM 9:00        Breakfast [Hall] 9:45        Welcome [Room B103] 10:00     Discipline specific sessions I Education [B110] Economics [B107] Computer Science [B105] Engineering [B101] Biology [B109] Natural Sciences [B104] Social Sciences [B108] 11:15     Coffee Break … → Read More

NETA Business, Economics and Finance Conference 2015


Call for Papers NETA Business, Economics and Finance Conference will be held at DePaul University in Chicago, IL on May 16, 2015. The conference is jointly sponsored by NETA Scholars and The Center for Financial Services of DePaul University. The conference covers all areas of Finance and Economics including, but not limited to, Asset pricing Corporate finance Game theory Industrial Organization … → Read More

NETA Annual Convention 2015 at Yale University

NETA Annual Convention 2015 was held at Yale University on Saturday, March 14, 2015. It was a great turnout and success. We thank all presenters and participants. PROGRAM 9:00        Breakfast 9:45        Welcome [Room WLH 201 (Sudler)] 10:00     Discipline specific sessions I Education [Room WLH 007] Economics and Business [room WLH 001] Engineering and Applied Sciences … → Read More

NETA Educational Research Conference 2014

The NETA Scholars is organizing a whole-day workshop for educational researchers. We encourage all emerging and established educational researchers to participate in this workshop to be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. The workshop aims to offer a forum for participating researchers (1) to network and seek collaboration with colleagues in their research areas, (2) to present the… → Read More

NETA Turkish Studies Workshop 2014

The second annual "Turkish Studies Workshop" will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at Niagara University. This interdisciplinary workshop will bring together scholars on Turkey to share, discuss, and provide feedback for ongoing research in any aspect of Turkish studies. During this one-day workshop short presentations will be followed by discussant comments and Q&A. The workshop is open to all fields in… → Read More

NETA Business, Economics and Finance Conference 2014

Call for Papers Workshop on Economics/Finance/Business North East Turkish American Scholars (NETA) organizes the second annual Business and Economics Conference. The conference will bring faculty, graduate students and researchers together in north east region and create an academic platform for information exchange and networking. Topics considered for the conference include but are not limited to: Accounting… → Read More

NETA Turkish Studies Workshop

"Turkish Studies Workshop" will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at Columbia University. This interdisciplinary workshop will bring together scholars on Turkey to share, discuss, and provide feedback for ongoing research in any aspect of Turkish studies. During this one-day workshop short presentations will be followed by discussant comments and Q&A. The workshop is open to all fields in social studies, in… → Read More

U.S. Economists Win Nobel

Two American economists won the Nobel Prize in economics Monday for their research into how to match different actors in given markets, such as job seekers with employers and patients with donated kidneys. David Wessel has details on Lunch Break. Two Americans won the Nobel Prize in economics Monday for research that has improved the way people are matched with limited resources, such as patients with donated orga… → Read More

CESS 2012 Book Prize Announcement

The CESS book prize for 2012 is awarded to the author of the best social science book on Central Eurasia published in 2010 or 2011. This year’s prize goes to Johan Rasanayagam forIslam in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan: the morality of experience (Cambridge UP). The panel was comprised of Paul Stronski, Bhavna Dave (SOAS) and David Montgomery (Pittsburgh) with John Heathershaw (Exeter) acting as a non-voting chair. … → Read More

 
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