HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013
Thursday 3 and Friday 4 October 2013 at the University of Melbourne
The 2013 HILDA Survey Research Conference is being held on Thursday 3rd to Friday 4th October 2013, at the University of Melbourne. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for the discussion of research based on the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey. Attendance at the conference is open to all, but should be of special interest to both users of the HILDA Survey data and persons with an interest in the outcomes from longitudinal survey research in the broad fields of economic and social policy.
Submissions of papers and poster are now being sought.
Contributors can submit: (i) full papers, which will be subject to an external refereeing process; (ii) extended abstracts; or (iii) brief abstracts for a poster presentation.
All papers presented will also be assigned to a discussant.
HILDA SURVEY RESEARCH CONFERENCE 2013 PRIZE
For the first time, the paper presented at the conference that is judged as being the best will be awarded a prize.
A prize will also be awarded to the best poster.
Contributions towards the travel and accommodation costs of paper presenters (but not poster presenters) will be available. As in past years we will cover the cost of an economy airfare and two night’s accommodation for all Australian-based presenters (but limited to one person per paper). Conference registration fees will also be waived. Part subsidies will also be available for a limited number of overseas-based speakers.
Paper numbers are deliberately restricted to maximise room for discussion. Paper selection is thus competitive. Priority will be given to papers that exploit the longitudinal nature of the data. Papers on panel survey methods and that provide cross-national comparisons are also very welcome.
Presenters of papers that are not selected will be offered the opportunity to make a poster presentation.
Submissions will only normally be accepted from registered users of the HILDA Survey data. If you have an idea that you think would be of interest to participants but does not use the HILDA Survey unit record data you should first contact the head of the organising committee, Professor Mark Wooden, to discuss.
Submission deadline: All papers and abstracts need to be received by: 31 MAY 2013.
How to submit: Please read the submission guidelines below and then send your abstract or full paper by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or submit online.
Extended Abstracts: Should be between one and two pages in length and should make clear what the purposes of the proposed paper are, how the HILDA data will be used and which data waves will be drawn on.
Since papers need to be circulated to a discussant prior to the conference, authors of selected abstracts will need to submit a complete paper by 2 September 2013.
Full papers: Papers need to be complete and should be in a format similar to that expected for submission to an academic journal.
Brief Abstracts (for poster session): Should be around 200 words and should make clear what the research question is and how the HILDA data will be used.
Presenter details: When making your submission, please nominate the person who will be the main presenter (in the case of multi-authored papers) and include a very short biography briefly summarising your current position, affiliations, and research experience. (This will be the person to whom the travel subsidy will be paid).
Please ensure that your full contact details are included so we can keep you updated regarding your submission.
- Submission Deadline - 31 May 2013
- Early Bird Registration Deadline - 16 August 2013
- Final Full Paper Due - 2 September 2013
Registration fees: (inclusive of GST)
Early Bird: $225 (before or by 16 August 2013)
Standard: $290 (after 16 August 2013)
Student Rate: $120 (must register by Early Bird date)
Further details about the conference will be posted on the Melbourne Institute website shortly and will be updated regularly in the lead up to the conference.
Please contact Ms Penny Hope at email@example.com or 03 8344 2151 for any enquiries regarding the conference or submission process.
Ms Penny Hope
Functions Manager, Melbourne Institute
Ph: +61 3 8344 2151