Summer School in International Economics

by the Journal of International Economics

Department of Economics, University of Crete, 14-16 June 2023

On behalf of the Journal of International Economics, STEG is glad to share the first Summer School in International Economics for PhD students. This event will take place at the Department of Economics, University of Crete (Rethymnon, Greece), from June 14 to June 16, 2023. The initiative aims to bring together PhD students from schools worldwide to introduce them to frontier topics and techniques in international economics.

The Summer School will feature a series of lectures by leading faculty in international economics, as well as ample opportunities to discuss ongoing research by the participants. This year, the school's Scientific Committee is pleased to have Luca FornaroSebnem Kalemli-Ozcan and Enrique Mendoza teaching the lectures on International Macro and Arnaud CostinotJonathan Eaton, and Veronica Rappoport teaching the lectures on International Trade.

Applications are welcomed from Ph.D. students and Post Doctoral Associates in Economics from all geographic areas as well as diverse personal backgrounds. Interested applicants must submit a CV, cover letter, and provide the contact information of a reference writer from a Professor at their institution. The deadline for applications is January 30, 2023. Applicants will be informed by February 15, 2023.

For accepted students the participation fee is $150. A limited number of waivers are available for students in need of financial aid.

Find more details and how to apply. For any questions, please contact [email protected].

Scientific Committee: Costas ArkolakisJavier BianchiNatalia Ramondo, and Martin Uribe

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