Please note that the following list of accepted papers is subject to modifications.
Updated 23 February.

Anjos, Rodrigo (UNESP, Brazil), "Ludwig Lachmann, life and work"

Anjos, Rodrigo (UNESP, Brazil) & Eduardo Strachman (UNESP, Brazil), "Lachmann and the market process theory: between Austrian and Post Keynesian thought"

Anjos, Rodrigo (UNESP, Brazil), "Lachmann on the Hayek-Keynes-Sraffa debate"

Barbieri, Fabio (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil), "Lachmann's Transformation"

Barbieri, Fabio (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil), "Lachmann and the uses of capital theory"

Bastos, Livia (University of São Paulo, Brazil) & Nuno Manoel Martins Dias Fouto (University of São Paulo, Brazil), "Clean rules and dirty clothes: institutional approach to ethics in fashion and apparel retail"

Bibow, Joerg (Skidmore College, USA) & Joerg Bibow (Skidmore College, USA), "On uncertainty and liquidity preference: flight to safety, experimental monetary policies, and 'the' liquidity trap"

Boettke, Peter (George Mason University, USA) & Ennio Piano (George Mason University, USA), "Capital, complexity and coordination: Ludwig Lachmann's contributions to capital theory and the implications for the debate over the feasibility of socialist economic planning"

Broich, Tobias (Maastricht University, Netherlands), Adam Szirmai (UNUMERIT, The Netherlands) & Kaj Thomsson (Maastricht University, The Netherlands), "Precolonial centralization, foreign aid and modern state capacity in Africa"

Brown, Raven E. (The New School, USA), "Concentration and diffusion of power: the relationship between capitalism and democracy in the post-apartheid state"

Cardinale, Ivano (Goldsmiths, University of London, UK), "Theorising institutions as not only constraining and enabling, but also actively orienting action"

Cayla, David (University of Angers, France) & Thibaut Laurentjoye (EHESS, France), "Lachmann on price rigidity in the real world"

Chen, Nuoya (SOAS, University of London, China), "Assessing systemic risk: going beyond the network externality model"

Christias, Panagiotis (University of Cyprus, Cyprus), "Governed and ungoverned economies"

Costa, Guilherme (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil) & Fabio Barbieri (University of São Paulo, Brazil), "The legacy of Lachmann's Theory of institutions"

de Faria Pereira, Maria Victoria (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Mariana Gouveia de Oliveira (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Augusto César Pereira Sampaio do Nascimento (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Malu Peres Bittencourt (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) & Gustavo Salles da Costa (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), "Brazilian institutional instability and the representativeness trouble: popular will and relevant decision-making processes"

Delamonica, Enrique (UNICEF, Nigeria), "Economics without equilibrium: ontology, critical dialogue, and intelligible Economics"

do Nascimento, Augusto Cesar (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Gustavo Salles da Costa (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil) & Maria Victoria de Faria Pereira (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil), "Institutional stability and socioeconomical development: a comparative study"

Eicholz, Hans (Liberty Fund, USA), "Ludwig Lachmann: The very youngest Mmmber of the German historical school?"

Fransman, Martin (University of Edinburgh, UK), "Reminiscences and reflections on Ludwig Lachmann"

Fritz, Roland (University of Siegen, Germany) & Nils Goldschmidt (University of Siegen, Germany), "A Lachmannian welfare state? Effective social policy in a kaleidic world"

Gagliardi, Francesca (University of Hertfordshire, UK), "The notion of institutional complementarity in Ludwig L. Lachmann and beyond: conceptual and empirical considerations"

Garzarelli, Giampaolo (La Sapienza University, Italy & University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) & Peter Lewin (University of Texas at Dallas, US), "Cyclical fluctuations and the structure of production"

Garzarelli, Giampaolo (La Sapienza University, Italy & University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), Lyndal Keeton (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), Yasmina Rim Limam (Carthage University, Tunisia & University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) & Aldo A. Sitoe (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), "Nub institutions, or, the failure of institutional complementarity in the context of public institutions"

Harris, Chadwin (University of Johannesburg, South Africa), "An ecological account of external validity"

Hart, John (University of South Africa, South Africa), "Values and economic science"

Hodgson, Geoffrey (University of Hertfordshire, UK), "What is capital?"

Hodgson, Geoffrey (University of Hertfordshire, UK), "Ludwig Lachmann and George Shackle on causality and choice: a critique"

Hudik, Marek (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China), "Prices and plans: towards Lachmannian price theory"

Kara, Turkan (Bilkent University, Turkey) & Turkan Mine Kara (Bilkent University, Turkey), "Hermeneutics, the Austrian School and Ludwig Lachmann"

Klein, Christoph (Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, South Africa), "Why public funding of infrastructure will fail as a panacea for economic development and growth"

Kuchar, Pavel (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China), "On the joint production of interpretation instruments"

Laurentjoye, Thibault (EHESS, UK) & David Cayla (University of Angers, France), "Wicksell, Hayek, Sraffa, Lachmann and the existence of multiple natural interest rates"

Lewin, Peter (University of Texas at Dallas, USA), "Ludwig Lachmann and the Austrians"

Lewkowicz, Jacek (University of Warsaw, Poland) & Magdalena Smyk (University of Warsaw, Poland), "Occupational prestige and labor market institutions"

Mäki, Uskali (University of Helsinki, Finland), "Models, ideal types, and interpretations: Weber, Lachmann and beyond"

Marmefelt, Thomas (University of Sodertorn, Sweden), "Money and capital"

Mbeki, Nobantu (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), "A reconsideration of Davidson's (1996) taxonomy of uncertainty: is Shackle's a third way?"

Mike, Karoly (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary), "Who can actually craft institutions?"

Mocciaro Li Destri, Arabella (University of Palermo, Italy) & Giovanna Lo Nigro (University of Palermo, Italy), "Influencing heterogeneuos value creation efforts through institutional settings"

Mondi, Lumkile (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), "State and business in South Africa: a contradiction."

Mooya, Manya (University of Cape Town, South Africa), "New institutional economics and critical realism"

Mooya, Manya (University of Cape Town, South Africa), "Time, uncertainty and process in real estate markets"

Nell, Guinevere (Independent, UK), "Lachmann and social economics"

Nicholls, Nicky (University of Pretoria, South Africa) & Hanjo Hamann (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, Germany), "On the strategic use of identity in intermediated interactions – lessons from a trust game with delegation in South Africa"

Potts, Jason (RMIT University, Australia), Trent MacDonald (RMIT University, Australia) & Darcy Allen (RMIT University, Australia), "Innovation and its structure"

Raha, Nilasha (Hidayatullah National Law University, India), "Economic laws : theory and practice in india"

Runde, Jochen (Cambridge Judge Business School, UK), Phil Faulkner (University of Cambridge, UK) & Alberto Feduzi (SOAS, UK), "On the nature of entrepreneurial opportunities"

Saemundsson, Rognvaldur (Halmstad University, Sweden) & Magnus Holmén (Halmstad University, Sweden), "The endogenous nature of entrepreneurship: How changes in capital structure affect entrepreneurial action"

Schirmer, Stefan (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), "Ludwig Lachmannn’s insights and the political economy of South Africa"

Stettler, Michael (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), "Economic analysis of institutions: institutions “defined by effect”"

Tokarczyk, Wojciech (Independent, Poland), "Entrepreneurial alertness, equilibrium, and institutions"

Torr, Christopher (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), "Lachmann, Keynes and subjectivism"

Tulloh, Bill (erights.org, USA) & Mark S. Miller (Google, USA), "The coherence and flexibility of the institutional order: the role of abstraction and modularity"

Ullberg, Eskil (George Mason University, Sweden), "Trust and reciprocity in ptent market0: a sociological analysis of property rights on sessages resolving uncertainty in exchange in ideas"

van Eeghen, Piet-Hein (University of South Africa, South Africa), "On the importance of "patterning abstraction" for economic theory"