The 2024 Annual Meeting of the International Network of Analytical Sociologists will take place May 30–31 2024 in Leipzig, Germany.

Research in the analytical sociology tradition uses different modes of inquiry to identify the micro-level mechanisms that underlie macro-level phenomena. We welcome submissions using any method (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, experimental, simulation-based) that allows for the study of social mechanisms and the social dynamics they give rise to. We especially encourage applications that examine, with exciting new methods and data, how social phenomena emerge from large groups of interacting individuals.

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The call for abstracts is closed.

The 2024 keynote address will be delivered by Laura Nelson (University of British Columbia).

The organizers of the 16th INAS conference are Marc Keuschnigg and Heinz Leitgöb of Leipzig University.

The conference will feature a women’s event to establish a Women’s Forum for Analytical Sociology. The event will take place in the afternoon of May 29. More information will follow, but for questions you can get in touch with the organizers Amalia Alvarez Benjumea, Selcan Mutgan, and Eva Vriens at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..