The Summer School, which takes place approximately every three years, provides an opportunity for graduate students to enrich their understanding of social economics. The 2018 Summer School, for example, took place over two days in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. It introduced the main ideas and tools of social economics and examined numerous applications of social economics to contemporary economic issues. In addition, there were sessions on job hunting, and on developing a research agenda and getting published. It included lectures with plenty of Q&A, informal settings where participants and lecturers could meet, and a set of reading materials for students. Cognizant of issues of affordability, organizers attempt to keep registration and housing fees low, and to offer scholarships.
Summer School in Social Economics
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