Economists gathering undying economics about the undead

Economics theories never die. Economists, the mortals who study these things, analyze them half, but never fully, to death. This notice shows how such things go on (and on):

Call for Abstracts

Economics of the Undead: Blood, Brains & Benjamins

Glen Whitman & James P. Dow, Editors

The editors seek abstracts for essays exploring the relationship between economics and the undead, especially zombies and vampires. The chosen essays will appear in a collection to be published by Rowman & Littlefield….

We at the Annals of Improbable Research have from time to time published material of that sort, the latest being “Co-Existence of Vampires and Humans Is Possible: Proofs Based on Models Derived from Fiction Literature, Comic Books and Films“, by Wadim Strielkowski, Evgeny Lisin, Emily Welkins. That article appears in the  special Sloths & Vampires issue of the magazine.

(Thanks to investigator Rose Fox for bringing this to our attention.)

BONUS:  Wadim Strielkowski and Evgeny Lisin also produce the Supernatural Economics blog