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    Eastern Economics Association Conference reputation?

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    Hi guys,

    My paper has been accepted by EEA and will be presented there next month (co-authored with two professors and I am not the presenter).
    I still have a couple schools that I haven't submitted my application for.
    Would it be worth it to write that the paper has been accepted by the conference on my CV?
    How is the EEA conference viewed in terms of quality and reputation?

    Thank you for your inputs.

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    Re: Eastern Economics Association Conference reputation?

    The fact that you have a co-authored paper is good. The fact that it is being presented at a conference is not important (no matter what the conference is). Put another way, conference presentations aren't a good measure of paper quality.

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