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APPENDIX 1

 

AFEE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND COMMITTEES, 2017

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OFFICERS
President, Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University
President-Elect, Charles Whalen, Baldy Center for Social Policy, University of Buffalo
Secretary-Treasurer, Eric R. Hake, Catawba College
Past President, Deborah M. Figart, Stockton University

DIRECTORS
Asimina Christoforou, Athens University (International Director)–2017
John P. Watkins, Westminister College–2017
Valerie Kepner, King's College–2017
Iciar Dominguez Lacasa, University of Bremen–2016
Stephen Paschall, Lovett Bookman Harmon Marks LLP–2016
Barbara Wiens-Tuers, Penn State, Altoona–2015
Tae-Hee Jo, SUNY Buffalo–2015

COMMITTEES

Committee chairs are asked to keep the officers informed as your committees carry out their work. Specific charges for the 2017 committees are included below.

Awards Committee

Bylaws information (Article X, Section 3): The President shall appoint a five (5) member Awards Committee each year. This Committee shall recommend nominations for four (4) awards, the Veblen-Commons Award, the Clarence E. Ayres Award, the James H. Street Scholar, and the AFEE Service Award, to the Board of Directors, which shall have final responsibility for naming recipients of the awards.
(a) Veblen-Commons Award. The Veblen-Commons Award is given annually in recognition of scholarly contributions in the field of evolutionary institutional economics. Nominations for this award will be sought from the membership of AFEE.
(b) Clarence E. Ayres Award. In consultation with the President of AFEE, the Awards Committee will recommend a promising international scholar to be named the Ayres Scholar. Candidates for this award will be asked to submit a paper proposal and an explanation of how attendance at the annual meeting would enhance her/his work in evolutionary-institutional economics. Receipt of this award does not preclude later receipt of the Veblen-Commons Award.
(c) James H. Street Latin American Scholar. Each year the Association shall attempt to bring to the United States a Latin American scholar to present a paper at the annual program of the Association. The scholar shall be designated as the "James H. Street Latin American Scholar," and AFEE will defray his or her expenses.
(d) AFEE Service Award. The AFEE Service Award is given annually in recognition of service activities in aid of organizations and programs that enhance evolutionary institutional economics. Such activities might include but is not intended to be limited to (i) active mentoring, whether directly or by service as a referee for journals or as discussant at meetings; (ii) contributions to the reform of economic education and participation in innovative interdisciplinary projects; (iii) governmental or NGO service in pursuit of evolutionary social control of economies. Receipt of this award does not preclude receipt of the Veblen-Commons Award.

Committee Charge for 2017:

  • Develop processes and procedures for the 4 AFEE awards listed above.
  • Draft and share a Call for Nominations for all four of the awards. Note that each nomination should include a statement of qualifications along with any useful or relevant supporting documents such as letters of support and a vita.
  • Make a recommendation to the AFEE Board of Directors for each of the awards. The Chair of the Awards Committee should submit the committee's recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval through the President and Secretary-Treasurer of the Association by June 15, 2017.
  • Write a description of the Veblen-Commons Award of not less than 500 words to be posted on AFEE's website, Wikipedia, and other such sites of information. Time permitting, craft descriptions of the other AFEE awards for dissemination in a similar manner.

Awards Committee Members for 2017 (all terms end January 7, 2018):

John P. Watkins, Westminister College (D), Chair
Westminster College
1840 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105
jwatkins@westminstercollege.edu

Deborah M. Figart (O)
Distinguished Professor of Economics
Stockton University
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205
Email: Deb.Figart@stockton.edu

David Dequech
Rua das Heliconias
136 Condominio Alphaville D. Pedro                       
Campinas, SP  13097-170  BRAZIL
dequech@eco.unicamp.br

Dell Champlin (T)
6508 White Tiger Ct.
Las Vegas, NV 89130
Email: Dpchamplin@hotmail.com

F. Gregory Hayden (T)
Professor of Economics
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0489
Email:  ghayden1@unl.edu

 

Nominating Committee

Bylaws information: Article XI, Section 7. The President of the Association shall appoint a Nominating Committee of five (5) members. In appointing a Nominating Committee, the President shall bear in mind the desirability of appointing members diversified by geographical location, field of specialization, gender, and race-ethnicity. The purpose of the Nominating Committee is to nominate persons for all elective offices, including the office of Secretary-Treasurer. The names of the members of the Nominating Committee shall be made known to the membership in a timely manner. The announcement of the composition of the committee shall be accompanied by a statement inviting suggestions from the membership for names of suitable candidates for office, and by the quotation of this section of the Bylaws. Nominations for each elective office shall be submitted by the Nominating Committee to the Secretary-Treasurer. The Board of Directors shall have authority to approve final nominations of the Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee shall submit to the Board of Directors for approval one (1) name for President-Elect; four (4) names for the two (2) positions to be filled annually on the Board; and two (2) names for the one (1) position of a member who is not a citizen of the United States, must reside outside the United States, and is to be filled every third year on the Board. Members of the Nominating Committee may not be nominated by the same Committee. The Secretary-Treasurer shall announce agreed-upon nominations no later than August 15 to the general membership. The announcement shall be accompanied by the quotation of this section of the Bylaws. Additional nominations may be made by any member of the Association for any office if supported by a petition signed by twenty-five (25) members of the Association and received by the Secretary-Treasurer on or before September 15. On or before November 1, the Secretary-Treasurer shall prepare a ballot for all members bearing the names agreed upon by the Nominating Committee and the Board of Directors, as well as the names of those nominated by petition, all to be accompanied by brief biographical sketches of the nominees. All votes returned by members of the Association shall be counted and tallied no later than December 1, on which date elections shall be deemed closed.

Committee Charge for 2017:

  • Recommend nominees for President-Elect and for candidates to run for the Director seats to be vacated next year. These recommendations should be distributed to the President and Secretary/Treasurer by May 1, 2017, at which point they will be forwarded to the AFEE Board of Directors. Nominations should include a statement of qualifications along with relevant supporting documents such as a vita.
  • Develop a process to insure that suggested nominees are aware of their responsibilities as President-Elect or Director. Suggested nominees should also indicate their willingness to attend all annual Board meetings during their term prior to the committee forwarding its nominations to the Board.

Nominating Committee Members for 2017 (all terms end January 7, 2018):

Barbara Wiens-Tuers (D) (Chair)
Department of Economics
Division Head, Business and Engineering
Penn State Altoona
3000 Ivyside Park
Altoona, PA 16601
Email: baw16@psu.edu

Tae-Hee Jo (D)
Economics and Finance Department
SUNY Buffalo State College
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14222
Email: taeheejo@gmail.com

Rick Adkisson
Economics and International Business MSC 3CQ
New Mexico State University
PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Email: radkisso@nmsu.edu

Glen Atkinson (T)
Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Nevada-Reno
1420 O'Farrell Street
Reno, NV 89503
Email: glenatkinson@sbcglobal.net

Barbara Hopkins
Department of Economics
Wright State University
3640 Col. Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435
Email: barbara.hopkins@wright.edu

 

Committee on Publications and Electronic Media

Bylaws information (Article XI, Section 8): The Committee on Publications and Electronic Media will have the responsibility for working to help promote the Journal of Economic Issues (in consultation with the journal's publishing team). The Committee shall also promote AFEE through the internet and electronic social media. It also advises the Secretary-Treasurer on any resources it requires to carry out its duties. The Board will determine how to best manage the allocation process for the use of AFEE resources toward the Committee's objectives. When necessary, the Committee on Publications and Electronic Media is to serve as search and screening committee to select a new Editor. The Committee will establish its own procedures, make timely progress reports to the Board of Directors, and establish practical policies for the orderly transition to a new Editor. The Committee shall conduct an extensive and thorough search process. The process should be established on a global basis to invite persons familiar with institutional economics to submit their qualifications if they wish to be considered for the Editorship position. A notice to invite applications shall be sent to all members, and, in addition, shall be placed in the Journal of Economic Issues. Negotiations with universities for the financing of editorships shall be conducted by the nominee or nominees in conjunction with the President of the Association. When necessary, the Committee on Publications and Electronic Media is to serve as search and screening committee to select a new Web Content Editor and/or Social Media Coordinator. The Committee will establish its own procedures, make timely progress reports to the Board of Directors, and establish practical policies for an orderly transition. The process should be established on a global basis to invite persons familiar with institutional economics to submit their qualifications if they wish to be considered for a position. A notice to invite applications shall be sent to all members, be posted on the AFEE website and AFEEMAIL, and other relevant electronic venues. When appropriate, the Committee on Publications and Electronic Media shall evaluate proposals for publications and projects other than the JEI and propose action to the Board of Directors; evaluate reprint policy and propose action to the Board of Directors; put into operational form any questions about publication or republication that are called to the attention of the Committee, and propose policies to the Board of Directors; act as an advisory group to the Editor of the JEI when the Editor requests advice; and undertake such other duties as it may be charged with by the President. The composition of the Committee on Publications shall be: The President, as chair; the President-Elect; the Editor of the JEI; two (2) additional members to be appointed each year by the President from Association members to serve for two years, with one rotating on in an even year and one in an odd year. Serving as ex officio are members appointed to positions related to AFEE's web and social media presence.

Committee Charge for 2017:

  1. Establish procedures for the JEI editor search and execute an extensive and thorough global search process. Invite applications from AFEE members and place an ad in the Journal of Economic Issues for the position. Make timely progress reports to the Board of Directors, and establish practical policies for the orderly transition to a new Editor.
  2. Serve as search and screening committee to select a new Web Content Editor and a new Social Media Coordinator. Establish procedures, and invite applications form a broad potential pool including all AFEE members. Post ads to AFEEMAIL and the AFEE website and Facebook page. Make timely progress reports to the Board of Directors, and establish practical policies for an orderly transition.

AFEE Web Content Editor Position Description
The AFEE Web Content Editor (WCE) is responsible for maintaining, updating and generating content for the AFEE web site. The WCE will work with a professional web designer on the AFEE site. The WCE is selected by and reports directly to the Committee on Publications. In exchange for completion of the duties, the AFEE WCE will receive a $2000 per year stipend. The WCE serves a 3-year term, which can be renewed at the request of the WCE by the Committee on Publications.
           Duties: Maintaining, updating and generating content for the AFEE web page. The WCE has primary responsibility for the content of the AFEE web site. The WCE works with various association officials to keep the site up to date. The WCE will work with the AFEE Social Media Coordinator to integrate social media materials into the web site. The WCE will also collaborate with the Secretary-Treasurer to update AFEE business content on the AFEE web page. The WCE is also responsible for organizing and generating web content.
           One of major duties of the WCE is to maintain and augment the existing collection of online books and articles on institutionalism. The AFEE web site should function as a resource for scholarship on institutional economics. Thus, the WCE should work to make the AFEE site a repository of classic and modern institutionalist scholarship. This should include efforts to make classic works of institutionalist scholarship available (in a printable, citable format), and to offer working papers and selected contemporary articles from the Journal of Economic Issues and other sources. These materials should be tagged carefully and presented in a way as to make them easily searchable.
           In addition, the WCE should work to make the AFEE web site a repository for materials on teaching institutionalism. This should include soliciting and posting current syllabi, and gathering materials that could be used for teaching classes from an institutionalist perspective.
           Association Duties. The Web Content Editor will make an annual report to the AFEE Board on the association's web site, including annual costs and a description of major changes. Ideally that report should be made available by December 1st so that board members have enough time to read the report prior to the January board meeting. The web editor also serves as a member of the AFEE Committee on Publications and Social Media.

AFEE Social Media Coordinator Position Description
The AFEE Social Media Coordinator (SMC) is responsible for creating, maintaining and augmenting social media resources for AFEE. These include maintaining an AFEE blog and twitter feed, the AFEE Facebook page, and the AFEEmail email discussion list. The SMC is selected by and reports directly to the Committee on Publications. In exchange for completion of the duties, the AFEE SMC will receive a $2000 per year stipend. The SMC serves a 3-year term, which can be renewed at the request of the SMC by the Committee on Publications and Social Media.
Duties: Maintain, update and generate content for the AFEE Blog, Twitter Feed, Facebook Page, and AFEEmail email list
           AFEE Blog. The primary responsibility of the Social Media Coordinator is to create, maintain and generate content for the AFEE blog. The SMC should make at least one blog post per week. These can be very simple, such as links to interesting materials or articles or links to an article in the latest issue of the JEI. Or they can be more detailed, such as an institutionalist commentary on a current issue or a link to an article along with some comments. The SMC should actively encourage and recruit guest posts.
           AFEE Twitter Feed. The SMS will set up and maintain an active AFEE twitter page. This will include links to all blog posts and to new materials on the AFEE web page and in the JEI, and other creative uses of Twitter. For example, the SMC should try to make sure that one or more people are live tweeting from AFEE conferences and events. There should be a minimum of one tweet per week.
           AFEE Facebook Page. The AFEE Facebook page is another important venue to promote institutionalism and to build a community of institutionalist scholars. The SMC will maintain and augment the AFEE Facebook page, posting links to the AFEE blog and twitter feed, and stimulating conversations and connections.
           Managing the AFEEMAIL email discussion list. The SMC is the moderator for all afeemail posts. This requires the SMC to read through and approve AFEEMAIL posts on a daily basis. The purpose of AFEEMAIL moderation is to prevent flame wars and to prevent the list from being hijacked by individuals who are not posting messages in keeping with the purpose of AFEEMAIL. The SMC will also work with afeemail list members to manage their subscriptions. This tends to occur a few times each month, and includes such activities as changing members' email addresses, or changing their subscription options. The SMC might also work to stimulate conversation on AFEEMAIL by organizing web seminars or other forms of e-conversation relevant to institutional economists. This could be done in conjunction with the other AFEE social media outlets.
           Other Social Media. In the rapidly changing landscape of social media, it is the SMC's job to keep the AFEE Committee on Publications and Social Media abreast of the major changes in social media, and to propose new initiatives in this area when they are warranted.
           Association Duties. The Social Media Coordinator will make an annual report to the AFEE board on the association's social media resources, including annual costs and a description of major changes. Ideally that report should be made available by December 1st so that board members have enough time to read the report prior to the January board meeting. The SMC also serves as an ex officio member of the AFEE Committee on Publications and Social Media.

COP Committee members for 2017:

Geoffrey Schneider, President (O) (Chair) (year 2, term ends January 7, 2018)
Department of Economics
Bucknell University,
USA. Lewisburg, PA 17837
Email: Geoff.Schneider@bucknell.edu

Charles Whalen, President-Elect (O) (year 1, term ends January 6, 2019)
Baldy Center for Social Policy, School of Law, University of Buffalo (SUNY)
368 William Street
Geneva, NY, 14456-2114
Email: cjwhalen@gmail.com

Anne Mayhew, (T) (year 1, term ends January 6, 2019)
1400 Kenesaw Avenue #12G
Knoxville, TN 37919
Email: amayhew@utk.edu

Steve Pressman (year 2, term ends January 7, 2018)
Colorado State University
610 Bridlemere Avenue
Interlaken, NJ 07712
Email: pressman@monmouth.edu

Christopher Brown, JEI Editor
Department of Economics
Arkansas State University
State University, AK 72467
Email: cbrown@astate.edu

Tim Wunder, Web Editor (ex officio)
Economics Department
University of Texas-Arlington
Arlington, TX 76017
Email: tim.wunder@uta.edu

 

Membership Committee

Bylaws information (Article XI, Section 9). The President shall appoint a Membership Committee consisting of five (5) members. The purpose of the Committee is to provide ideas and suggestions to the Board of Directors regarding how to increase membership and to carry out Board of Directors approved programs to increase Association membership.

Committee Charge for 2017:

  • Work with President Geoff Schneider and President-Elect Charles Whalen to develop a plan for increasing AFEE membership among younger scholars.
  • Develop a significant AFEE presence at the ICAPE conference, which will take place on January 4, 2018 at Drexel University in Philadelphia. The committee should design sessions for the ICAPE conference that might draw graduate students and younger scholars into institutional economics, with the goal of identifying future AFEE members. The committee should also organize graduate student panels and consider other ways to interest younger scholars in institutional economics. The AFEE summer school model, which brought in leading institutionalist scholars and offered scholarships to graduate students who attended, might be one model to emulate.
  • The Membership Committee is also charged with working with Secretary-Treasurer Eric Hake and Association Coordinator Teresa Rowell to develop a system for encouraging existing members whose memberships have lapsed to rejoin AFEE. The system should be put in place and the lapsed members should be contacted by the end of the year.

Membership Committee members for 2017 (all terms end January 7, 2018):

Jim Peach (T) (Chair)
Economics and International Business MSC 3CQ
New Mexico State University
PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Email: jpeach@nmsu.edu

Iciar Dominguez Lacasa (D)
iino – Institute of Institutional & Innovation Economics
Universität Bremen
Hochschulring 4
28359 Bremen, Germany
Email: iciar@uni-bremen.de

Eric Hake (O)
KSOB 327
Department of Economics
2300 West Innes
Catawba College
Salisbury, NC 28144
Email: erhake@catawba.edu

Valerie Kepner (D)
Department of Economics
King's College
133 N. River St.
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711
Email: ValerieKepner@kings.edu

Daphne Greenwood
Department of Economics
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
1029 N. Sheridan Ave.
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Email: dgreenwo@uccs.edu

 

Finance Committee

Bylaws information (Article XI, Section 10). The Finance Committee shall provide advice to the Secretary-Treasurer with regard to management of the Association's financial portfolio, its annual budget, and other policies related to the Association's finance. The committee will consist of six (6) members who will serve three-year terms. The Secretary-Treasurer shall serve, ex-officio. The members should have technical competence with regard to investment in financial instruments. The Committee will elect its own chair. Two members of the Finance Committee will be appointed each year by the President in consultation with the Secretary-Treasurer. Committee members will be eligible to stand for reappointment upon completion of their term. The charge of the Finance Committee is as follows: to function as an advisory group to the Secretary-Treasurer on issues for which the Secretary-Treasurer requests advice; to articulate financial investment issues and questions that the committee believes the Board should consider addressing and present those issues and questions to the Board; to work with the Secretary-Treasurer to prepare a draft of an annual budget for presentation to the board for review and approval; to advise the Board on policies and procedures for the expenditure of funds; to advise the Board regarding distribution of funds from the financial investments of the Association; to advise the Board on policies and procedures for the receipt of gifts to the Association and to propose policies to the Board of Directors about financial investment issues upon which the Board of Directors requests advice.

Committee Charge for 2017:

  • Elect a chair of the committee from among the committee members.
  • Investigate the current allocation of AFEE's investments, and determine whether or not those allocations should be adjusted given the current macroeconomic climate (stock markets at record highs; potential for higher interest rates and a market correction). The FC should consult with appropriate financial advisors to help them with this task.
  • Determine a reasonable budgeting process whereby money from the AFEE endowment could be spent in a responsible manner on initiatives that promote the long term health of the association. For example, most universities are comfortable spending 4% of their endowment per year on projects and operating budget. Should AFEE adopt a similar policy?

FC Committee members for 2017:

William Waller (T) (term ends January 5, 2020)
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Department of Economics
Geneva, NY 14456
Email: waller@hws.edu

Robert Scott III (term ends January 6, 2019)
Department of Economics and Finance
Monmouth University
West Long Branch, NJ
Email: rscott@monmouth.edu

Dave Zalewski (term ends January 6, 2019)
Providence College
School of Business
Koffler Hall 115
Providence, RI 02918
Email: zalweski@providence.edu

Gary Dymski (term ends January 7, 2018)
Leeds University Business School
Maurice Keyworth Building
University of Leeds
Leeds LS2 9JT
UK
Email: G.dymski@leeds.ac.uk

Janet Knoedler (T) (term ends January 7, 2018)
Department of Economics
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Email: knoedler@bucknell.edu

Stephen P. Paschall (D) (term ends January 5, 2020)
Lovett Bookman Harmon Marks LLP
Fifth Avenue Place, Suite 2900
120 Fifth Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Email: spaschall@lbhmlaw.com

Eric Hake (O), Secretary/Treasurer (ex-officio)
KSOB 327
Department of Economics
2300 West Innes
Catawba College
Salisbury, NC 28144
Email: erhake@catawba.edu

 

Committee for Regional and International Conferences

Bylaws information (Article XI, Section 11). The Committee for Regional and International Conferences shall work to organize and sponsor AFEE sessions at regional and international conference across the globe. The President-Elect shall appoint members of the committee and/or other AFEE members to organize relevant AFEE-sponsored sessions. The Committee shall have an annual budget established by the Board. Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria: (1) The likelihood that the proposal will lead to long term increases in AFEE membership; and, (2) The likelihood of the proposal promoting institutional economics in a substantive way that would not be possible without AFEE funding. To receive funding, there must be a demonstrated financial need. Proposals will be considered in the order presented until funds are exhausted. Reimbursement for any one individual will be limited to $1,000. Exceptions to such limit require the support of the President and Secretary-Treasurer as well as the Committee for Regional and International Conferences. The President-Elect will consult with the Committee before deciding which proposals to fund. No proposal that is rejected by a majority of the Committee should receive funding.

Committee Charge for 2017:

  • Work with local, regional and international associations to organize AFEE sessions (with the aim of promoting institutional economics and increasing AFEE membership);
  • Use AFEE listserv and other AFEE communications resources, working with the AFEE coordinator, to distribute calls for papers and conferences announcements as appropriate;
  • Jointly and individually explore ways to introduce the committee's activities into new regions and settings;
  • Work together, with AFEE officers and other committees as appropriate, to explore how the committee can help AFEE better position itself as an international organization; and
  • By December 1, 2017, e-mail Charles Whalen (committee chair) on your activities and accomplishments for the year to date.

CRIC members for 2017:

Charles Whalen, President-Elect, Chair (O)
Baldy Center for Social Policy, School of Law, University of Buffalo (SUNY)
368 William Street
Geneva, NY, 14456-2114
cjwhalen@gmail.com

Alicia Giron                                                      Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities in Mexico
Universidad Autonoma                                     (term: 2015 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2018)
Metropolitana-Iztapalapa
Mexico
Email: alicia@unam.mx

Susan Schroeder                                             Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities in
University of Sydney                                         Australia/New Zealand (Society of Heterodox Economists)
Sydney, Australia                                             (term: 2015 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2018)
Email: susan.schroeder@sydney.edu.au

Zdravka Todorova                                           Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities at Midwest meetings
Wright State University                                    (term: 2015 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2018)
Dayton, Ohio, USA
Email:  Zdravka.Todorova@wright.edu

David Dequech                                                Responsible for AFEE sessions/seminar activities in Brazil
University of Campinas                                     (term: 2016 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2019)
Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil
Email: ddequech@gmail.com

Svetlana Kirdina                                              Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities at EAEPE Conference,
Institute of Economics                                     will work closely with EAEPE President
Russian Academy of Sciences                           (term: 2016 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2019)
Moscow, Russian Federation
Email: kirdina@bk.ru

Faruk Ulgen                                                    Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities at a PK&I Conference
Head of Branch Campus of Valence                   in Grenoble
Grenoble Faculty of Economics                         (term: 2017 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2019)
University Grenoble Alpes
Valence, France
E-mail: faruk.ulgen@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Robert H. Scott, III                                         Responsible for the AFEE sessions/activities at Eastern
Monmouth University                                       Economic Association meetings
Monmouth, New Jersey, USA                            (term: 2017 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2020)
Email: rscott@monmouth.edu

Asimina Christoforou (D)                                  Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities at the International
Athens University of Economics & Bus.              Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IPPE) and will work
Athens, Greece                                               with Svetlana on a session for EAEPE
Email: asimina.christoforou@gmail.com              (term: 2017 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2020)

Brian Chi-ang Lin                                             Responsible for AFEE sessions/activities in China/Taiwan
Dept. of Public Finance                                      (term: 2017 through the AFEE annual meeting in January 2020)
National Chengchi University
Taipei, Taiwan
Email: calin@nccu.edu.tw