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I am aware of the post relating to this topic here. However, it doesn't say anything for the paper relating to the economics. I would be glad if seasoned econ colleagues could clear out the confusion in this regard.

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  • Do you have a specific reason to believe the answer would be different for the field of economics? – eykanal Mar 7 '13 at 15:55
  • Yes, because I didn't see any restrictions clause on the calls. However, I want to make sure whether this implies that it is ethically acceptable. – ketau Mar 7 '13 at 16:09
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    I wouldn't expect to see a restriction on the calls; they don't list all possibly types of bad behavior, with the disclaimer, "don't do this." Looking at the site in the linked question, there are a number of economics journals who are members of the organization; I would imagine that would be demonstration enough that this behavior is universally recognized as unethical. – eykanal Mar 7 '13 at 16:34
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    The "duplicate"'s answer appears to say that doing this is taboo, but in Economics academia it is perfectly common practice. I just returned from a conference where I saw some of the papers presented for the third or fourth time. – Ubiquitous May 27 '13 at 18:39

If in doubt, ask the conference organizers about their policies. I have seen people give essentially the same talk at multiple conferences.

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