Call for candidates: the 16th annual Institutional and Organizational Economics Academy (IOEA) will take place from May 22nd -26th 2017
Once again in 2017, the IOEA will bring together speakers from the world's leading universities. This year's participants include Nobel Prize in Economics recipient Eric Maskin, and some 50 young researchers in the field of institutional and organizational economics.
The IOEA, Institutional and Organizational Economics Academy, is designed primarily for PhD and Post-Doctoral students who wish to further their knowledge and develop their academic network. 2017 marks the Academy's 16th annual session.
The 2017 IOEA will take place from May 22nd through 26th at the Institut d'Etudes Scientifiques de Cargèse in Corsica. An intensive week of scholarly exchange will include:
- Formal lectures by prominent international scholars, among which Nobel Prize in Economics recipient Eric Maskin
- Workshops devoted to research topics and methodology
- Seminars chaired by members of the IOEA organization committee during which researchers will present their work for discussion by recognized scholars in their field
- Lunch sessions devoted to helping young researchers better manage the practical aspects of their work and their careers in research
The IOAE was created in 2002, on the initiative of Eric Brousseau, and Fondation Paris-Dauphine's Governance and Regulation Chair, to promote and develop advanced and original research in institutional and organizational economics while increasing the influence of European research in the field within the international academic and scholarly communities.
In the 15 years since its creation, the IOEA has established itself as one of the most prominent annual events in its field. A majority of IOEA's 900 alumni have gone on the choose careers in academics while a significant number have also chosen careers as public and private sector economists.
Click here to download the 2017 Call for Candidates – Deadline : February 15th 2017
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