Twenty-First Summer School In International And Development Economics: CONFLICT, SOCIAL COHESION, AND DEVELOPMENT
Monday 5th to Thursday 8th September 2022
Castello di Gargonza, Tuscany, Italy
Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano, LEAP – Bocconi University, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), International Growth Centre (IGC), DEMM – University of Milan, DEMS – University of Milan Bicocca, Cattolica University, Vilfredo Pareto Doctoral Program in Economics of the University of Turin.
Salma Mousa, Yale University
Dominic Rohner, University of Lausanne and CEPR
Lucia Corno (Cattolica University, LEAP and CEPR), Giovanna d'Adda (University of Milan and LdA), Maria Laura Di Tommaso (University of Turin and Collegio Carlo Alberto), Andrea Guariso (University of Milan Bicocca, LdA and LEAP), Mariapia Mendola (University of Milan Bicocca, IZA and LdA), Niccolò Meriggi (IGC).
The school intends to provide an intensive training course for graduate students and young researchers who are working in the field of development and international economics. This year the focus will be on conflict, social cohesion, and Development.
For further information and teaching material, please refer to: https://dagliano.unimi.it/.
The school is targeted to graduate students, doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers in economics and related disciplines. Students are expected to attend the school full time.
Fees and Scholarships:
Participants will be charged 600€ covering registration, accommodation (double rooms), meals and background material. A limited number of fee waivers can be assigned to students from Developing Countries.
Applications and deadlines:
The participants will be selected by the Selection Committee on the basis of the information included in the application forms.
Depending on the programme, there might be a few slots for students' presentations, and priority will be given to those going on the Job Market this fall.
Applications can be downloaded at this link and should be submitted to [email protected].
The deadline for submission is June 10, 2022. Late applications will not be accepted. Applicants will be informed by email about the results by June 22, 2022.
The school will take place at Castello di Gargonza, a medieval village and historic residence in the world-famous Tuscany countryside. The 13th century fortified hamlet is surrounded by more than 600 hectares of forest, olive groves and vineyards and overlooks the Val di Chiana. It is the perfect place for summer schools and conferences, as all the facilities are offered in the same place.
Gargonza is also the ideal destination to discover Tuscany. It is located 100 km south-est of Florence between the beautiful cities of Siena and Arezzo. Local information will be provided to participants in due course.