The Association for Public Economic Theory (APET) is dedicated to the promotion of theoretical research in all areas of public finance and to the facilitation of communication amongst economists working in this area
Membership is open to any individual with an interest in theoretical public economics and is bundled with a subscription to the Journal of Public Economic Theory. Information about subscribing may be found at the website of Blackwell Publishers.
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APET will hold its fourth meeting at Duke University, North Carolina - June 12-15, 2003
PET 2003 will be chaired by Thomas Nechyba. Plenary speakers include Peter Diamond, James Heckman and James Poterba.
APET held its third meeting at Paris I, from July 3 to 6, 2002.
APET held its second meeting at the University of Warwick, UK in July of 2000. You can link to the Conference program below.
APET held its first meeting at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, in May of 1998. You can link to the Conference program below.