Registration costs for the 2017 conference are listed below.
- $375.00 ($500.00 after April 30, 2017) for faculty, researchers and other professionals who are members of the Industry Studies Association
- $250.00 ($335.00 after April 30, 2017) for PhD students who are members of the Industry Studies Association
- $250.00 ($335.00 after April 30, 2017) for retirees
- An additional fee of $65 for nonmembers ($35 for students), which covers membership to the Industry Studies Association for 2017
- Government employee registration rate of $300 ($400.00 after April 30, 2017) with no ISA membership required. In order to pay the government rate, use the the “2017 Conference registration-professional” button and go to the form. There will be a discount code box in which you can type GOV17. The reduction to $300 will appear at the point of payment.
Personal hotel and transportation costs are not included. However, the Industry Studies Association has arranged special hotel rates for the duration of the conference.
Early career scholars who register for the Industry Studies Conference are welcome to attend the Early Career Development Committee's Professional Development Workshop. This is an excellent opportunity for scholars seeking career-related advice from a network of junior and senior colleagues. For more information about the Professional Development Workshop, click here.
May 24 Excursion
“The K Street Crawl”
The main industry of Washington D.C. is policy-making. It has a complex, multi-stage production process involving heterogeneous inputs and often erratic timelines. This production process is not very well-understood beyond the Beltway. The excurion is open to the first 25 people to sign up. There is a fee of $75. You must be registered for the ISA Conference in order to register for and attend the excursion.
The purpose of this excursion is to introduce industry studies scholars to some of the key institutional forms within the Washington policy-making eco-system, so that they gain a better understanding of the roles of these institutions in the production process
and their management and governance practices.
- 12:00: Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (think tank)
- 1:00: Lunch (at ITIF)
- 2:00: Amazon.com Washington office (corporate public policy)
- 3:15: Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (public opinion)
In the event that an individual wishes to cancel his or her registration, the following guidelines for refunds will apply:
- 6+ weeks prior to conference: 85% refund
- 2-6 weeks prior to conference: 50% refund
- Less than 2 weeks prior to conference: no refund