About the event
The summer school aims at providing an introduction to Keynesian macroeconomics and to the problems of European economic policies to interested graduate students (MA and PhD) and junior researchers. It will consist of overview lectures, a panel discussion, student study groups, an SFC lab, and a poster session. The summer school will feature leading international researchers in the area, like Robert Blecker (US), Yannis Dafermos (UK), Sebastian Dullien (Germany), Sebastian Gechert (Germany), Eckhard Hein (Germany), Heike Joebges (Germany), Annina Kaltenbrunner (UK), Marc Lavoie (France/Canada), Maria Nikolaidi (UK), Thomas I. Palley (US), Miriam Rehm (Austria), covering the following areas:
- History and Fundamentals of Post-Keynesian Macroeconomics
- Money and Macroeconomics
- Financial Markets and Instability
- Distribution and Growth
- Income and Wealth Inequality
- International and Development Economics
- Money and Development
- Stock-Flow Consistent Modelling (SFC) (with emphasize on ecological macroeconomics)
- Economic Policy
The summer school language is English. There is a fee of EUR 100 for each participant for accommodation and meals, payable after acceptance. Travelling costs cannot be covered.
Deadline for applications is 15 March 2019. The application form will ask for a short CV (as a list) and a short statement (max. 400 words) of your motivation to participate, in particular on how the Summer School relates to your study and research interests, and an address of one academic adviser who may be contacted for reference.
The application is for free. Only accepted participants have to pay a fee of 100 Euro for accommodation and meals. It is payable after acceptance. Travelling costs cannot be covered.
Due to technical reasons, the form has to be filled out within 20 minutes. Therefore we suggest you to prepare your application beforehand and then just copy-paste the details into the respective boxes.
Applicants will be informed by mid-April and participants will be provided with a reading package.
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