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2022 Abstract Submissions Now Open!

11th Annual Conference of the American Society of Health Economists

June 27 – 30, 2022 | Hilton Austin | Austin, Texas

Call for Abstracts

Austin ATX

The Host Committee of the 11th Annual Conference of the American Society of Health Economists invites individuals to submit proposals for consideration by the scientific review committee. We are soliciting: individual abstracts to be combined into sessions, organized sessions made up of 3 abstracts, individual abstracts for emerging scholars sessions and submissions for policy roundtables, spotlight sessions.

We hope that applicants will submit abstracts that are relevant to the field of health economics and demonstrate rigorous theoretical and empirical research methodologies.

We hope that applicants will submit abstracts that are relevant to the field of health economics and demonstrate rigorous theoretical and empirical research methodologies.

ASHEcon is closely monitoring the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. If circumstances render it unsafe or impossible for a large group to meet in Austin, TX next summer, we will adjust plans for the conference and update you promptly.

Abstract Submission Information

All submissions are due by 11:59 PM PT on Friday, December 10, 2021.

We invite individuals to submit proposals for consideration by the scientific review committee. We are soliciting the following:

  • • Individual abstracts to be combined into sessions
    • Organized sessions made up of 3 abstracts, 3 discussants and a chair
    • Emerging Scholar abstracts to be combined into sessions
    • Policy Roundtables and
    • Spotlight Sessions

Single Paper Listing

The Single Abstract Listings is a compilation of all the single abstract submissions received thus far, sorted by program area, that might help complete or create a full panel. As a reminder, fully submitted organized session submissions (three papers and with three discussants) have an average acceptance rate of 80% as compared to 40% for single abstract submissions.

How Do I Use the Single Abstract Submission Listing?

If you find an abstract (or abstracts) in the listing that you would like to use to create or fill out a panel, we encourage you to reach out to the author  and see if they would like to be part of the panel. If they would like to be part of the panel, they would need to withdraw their single abstract submission (they can do this by logging into the abstract system via the link in the confirmation email received when the abstract was submitted) and resubmit the abstract as part of the new panel.

Frequently Asked Questions

The American Society of Health Economists will hold their 11th Annual Conference in Austin, Texas at the Hilton Austin from June 27-30, 2022.

 

ASHEcon is closely monitoring the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. If circumstances render it unsafe or impossible for a large group to meet in Austin, TXnext summer, we will let you know the status of the conference as soon as possible.

There is no fee to submit to the conference.

If you are interested in submitting a session but need additional abstracts to complete your session, we invite you to review the Single Abstract Listing which will be updated weekly as submissions are received. This listing includes the program area and abstracts for each single abstract submitted for inclusion in the 2022 ASHEcon Conference. If you find an abstract (or abstracts) in the listing that you would like to use to create or fill out a panel, we encourage you to reach out to the author (contact information is in the document) and see if they would like to be part of the panel.  If they would like to be part of the panel, they would need to withdraw their single abstract submission (they can do this by logging into the abstract system via the link in the confirmation email received when the abstract was submitted) and resubmit the abstract as part of the new panel. Fully submitted organized session submissions have an average acceptance rate of 80% compared to 40% for single abstract submissions.

Once added to a session, all organized  session presenters will receive an email  noting that they should either enter or review their abstract submission.

No, Emerging Scholar submissions are open only to PhD students.

Yes, if your Emerging Scholars abstract submission isn’t considered for an Emerging Scholars Session, it will be considered for an organized session or poster. Please do not submit your abstract twice.