The local organisers are currently investigating options of how to deliver the conference online in the most effective way, and the associated costs, and aim to update you as soon as possible (and by around 21 February). The local organisers expect that the online conference fees will be noticeably lower than the normal standard in-person rates.

Conference Fees

Before May 15

Standard rate (all attendees, except PhD students and LDC-based scholars): TBD
Special rate A (PhD students not based in LDCs and LDC-based scholars): TBD
Special rate B (PhD students based in LDCs): TBD

After May 15

Standard rate (all attendees, except PhD students and LDC-based scholars): TBD
Special rate A (PhD students not based in LDCs and LDC-based scholars): TBD
Special rate B (PhD students based in LDCs): TBD

Note: Less-developed countries (LDCs) defined as per the UN classification.

Fees include: registration and the ECINEQ membership for the 2021-2023 period.

Financial support for PhD students, researchers from low-income countries, and scholars in general

A limited number of reduced-rate fee for individuals with papers accepted for presentation will be made available by the LSE.

Paper submitters are requested to say whether they wish to apply for assistance (in which case they need to declare that they have no other funds to support their participation).

The final decision about support will be made by the Programme Committee, taking into account the list of submitters, their papers, and the list of papers accepted, as well of course as the total budget available for financial support.

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