Second Annual QCA Conference of the Americas (AQCA2023)
March 15 - March 17
AQCA is a broad-tent, inclusive, and diverse venue that is open to everyone interested in learning about and advancing the configurational-comparative agenda. We welcome contributions from all theoretical traditions and fields and encourage theoretical, empirical, and methodological contributions that aim to capture configurational and causally complex phenomena. We are especially interested in empirical applications of QCA from applied researchers and scholars working outside of the traditional QCA strongholds of sociology, political science, and management, including but not limited to fields such as anthropology, education, environmental studies, information systems, medicine, health policy, policy monitoring and evaluation, tourism, and others.
AQCA is a face-to-face conference with hybrid elements allowing remote audience participation. While we ask presenters to attend in person, the keynotes, paper presentations, and panel discussions will be live streamed with remote attendees able to participate in the Q&A. Afternoon roundtables and workshop discussions will focus on in-person participants to facilitate engagement and community building.