4 posts categorized "Summer school"

02/25/2016

Call for participation: ASE Summer School in Social Economics, June 21-22, 2016, Bilbao, Spain

Summer School in Social Economics, June 21-22, 2016

Economics Department, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain

 

The Association of Social Economics (ASE) will organize a two-day summer school in social economics in Spain. The summer school will be free, and ASE is able to provide some support (up to 500 USD) for travel cost. The summer school will be followed by the annual conference of the economics department of the University of the Basque Country (23-24 June), which presents a wide variety of economic perspectives and includes ASE summer school coordinator Irene van Staveren as keynote speaker.

Summer school
The summer school provides an overview of recent social economic research by prominent ASE scholars, major social economics concepts and themes, and information about both ASE scholarly journals Review of Social Economy and Forum for Social Economics. There will be two days of lectures with Q&A, informal meetings between participants and lecturers, and a set of reading materials for preparation.

Conference
The conference provides an opportunity for summer school participants to present their work in special PhD student sessions, giving participants the opportunity to network with PhD students from all over the world, working in different schools of thought, and to receive feedback on their papers.

How to apply for the summer school: please fill in the application form and send it to Irene van Staveren (staveren@iss.nl) before 15 th of April 2016. You will be notified of your participation (and of possible travel support if you have requested this) before 1st May 2016.

ASE Summer School Application Form

How to apply for the conference: please check out the conference website and indicate that you are an ASE summer school participant (to obtain the discount for the conference fee):

http://www.conferencedevelopments.com/section/Presentation

or contact the local organizer: jesus.ferreiro@ehu.eus

Costs
Summer school fee: free (including two lunches and refreshments)

Reduced conference fee: 75 euro

University residence rooms: 42 euro single room or 76 euro double room per night, including breakfast (dinner optional 7,30 euro per meal)

More information
Irene van Staveren, email: staveren@iss.nl

08/18/2015

Pictures from the 15th World Congress of Social Economics and Summer School

15wcJust a quick note to let you know that pictures from the 15th World Congress of Social Economics at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, in June, as well as the Summer School that preceded it, are up at the Association for Social Economics website. Check them out, and be sure to join us for the next one!

01/21/2015

World Congress Summer School in Social Economics -- June 2015

FallsThe Association for Social Economics hosts a workshop for graduate students and recent Ph.D.s. held in conjunction with the World Congress of Social Economics. 

The next Summer School will be held at Brock University in St. Catherines, Canada, 13 miles (21 km) from Niagara Falls. The Summer School will begin with lunch on June 21 and end the evening of June 22, 2015. The 15th World Congress will follow, with a plenary session on the evening of June 22 and concluding on June 24, 2015.

For more details and detailed program, see the Summer School page at the ASE website. Applications will be accepted beginning around February 1.

01/27/2012

World Congress Summer School in Social Economics – Applications for Fellowships Now Open

Glasgow, Scotland

June 19-20, 2012

 

Applications for Fellowships Now Open

The Association for Social Economics announces an exciting Summer School workshop for graduate students and recent Ph.D.s. to be held in conjunction with the World Congress of Social Economics in Glasgow, Scotland.  Between 12-18 fellows will be selected to attend the Summer School as guests of ASE. The Summer School begins the evening of June 19 and continues on June 20, 2012.  The World Congress opens the evening of June 20 and concludes on June 22, 2012.

Aims:  The Summer School brings together a small group of fellows to discuss the central concerns of social economics as a springboard for cutting-edge research and teaching.  Social economics is centrally concerned with questions of social, cultural and ethical values in economic life and the study of these questions at philosophical, theoretical, empirical and policy-related levels.

School topics include aspects of: (1) Social economics, the history of economic thought, and frameworks for thinking about ethics and economics; (2) core topics in social-economics research (theory of the individual, the role of social and cultural values in economic life, inequality, poverty, needs, capabilities, social justice, human flourishing); (3) contemporary topics and empirical research in social economics (the social economy/third sector, social networks, fair trade, socially responsible consumption and production, experimental work on fairness, etc.); and (4) publishing outlets and strategies for graduate students and recent Ph.D.s. 

Eligibility: 
Fellows must be graduate students or recent Ph.D.s in economics or related fields. 

Awards:  Fellows accepted to the Summer School will receive complementary room and meals for the Summer School and the World Congress, complementary registration to the World Congress, plus all Summer School materials, a package worth up to $1,400.  Some travel stipends are also available on a competitive basis. 

Fellow Obligations:  Accepted fellows must become members of ASE and submit a Summer School refundable deposit of $100 (that will be returned upon completion of the World Congress).  All fellows must commit to participating in all sessions of the Summer School and to staying for the entire World Congress. 

Program: Click here for the Provisional Program

Applications: Click here for the Application Instructions and Form

Or, go to the ASE website (socialeconomics.org/), click on "Conferences," then "World Congress Summer School" to see the Overview, Preliminary Program, and Application.

The application deadline is March 1, 2012.

For questions contact Aurelie Charles, Chair, Summer School Selection Committee, at A.Charles@bath.ac.uk