The International Adam Smith Society Tokyo conference will be held on 15th-17th March 2020.
The registration process for the Tokyo conference is now open, and will only remain open until the end of January 2020.
Registration fees:
Registration: 3000 yen (non-tenure 2000 yen)
(As of 12/21, roughly $28, £21, and 25 Euros for tenure-track faculty)
***If you do not pay the registration fee, you are not registered as a participant.***
– Reception fee: 6700 yen (non-tenure 6500 yen)
(As of 12/21, roughly $61, £47, and 55 Euros for tenure-track faculty)
Reception will be held on 15th March at the University of Tokyo (Sanjo Conference Room)
Official dinner fee: 17000 yen (non tenure 16800 yen)
(As of 12/21, roughly $155, £120, and 140 Euros for tenure-track faculty)
official dinner will be held on 16th March at Chinzanso Hotel. one of the most prestigious
hotels in Tokyo. Shuttle bus to and from the University of Tokyo will be provided.
Please register for the conference via the following link. After you register, an invoice will be sent.
Lodging
The following list of hotels have been recommended by the IASS host at the University of Tokyo.
Chinzanso Hotel; expensive; distant from the University of Tokyo (If you refer to IASS conference when booking,
special rate will be offered).
Hotel Forest Hongo (near the University of Tokyo; modest price)
Hotel Tokyo Garden Palace (modest price)
Gakushi Kaikan (modest price; the old building for the club for
 the graduates of the former imperial universities in Japan)
Hotel Niwa Tokyo (fashionable hotel)
Special ASR Issue
The Adam Smith Review – the journal of the International Adam Smith Society – will publish a special issue of selected papers from the Tokyo conference.  Conference participants will receive guidelines on how to prepare their papers for submission and review at the close fo the Tokyo conference.