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Twenty-Second Summer School in International and Development Economics: “Gender, Labour and Development” - Call for Applications

The Twenty-Second Summer School in International and Development Economics 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 gender, labour and development.

The school will take place on 4-7 September 2023 at Castello di Gargonza in Tuscany, Italy. The school is targeted to graduate students, doctoral students, and postdoctoral researchers in economics and related disciplines. Students are expected to attend the school full time. The lecturers are Taryn Dinkelman (University of Notre Dame and STEG) and Rachel Ngai (London School of Economics, CEPR, and STEG). Participants will be charged 650€ covering registration, accommodation (double rooms), meals and background material. A limited number of fee waivers can be assigned to students from developing countries.

Applications can be submitted by completing this form and sending it to [email protected]. The deadline for submission is 19 May 2023. Late applications will not be accepted. Applicants will be informed by email about the results by 19 June 2023.

Scientific Committee: Mariapia Mendola (Chair, University of Milan Bicocca and LdA), Lucia Corno (Cattolica University, LEAP and CEPR), Giovanna d'Adda (University of Milan and LdA), Andrea Guariso (University of Milan Bicocca, LdA and LEAP), Niccolò Meriggi (IGC), Marco Sanfilippo (University of Turin and CCA).

Organising Institutions: Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano, Fondazione Collegio Carlo Alberto and Vilfredo Pareto Doctoral Program in Economics of the University of Turin, DEMMUniversity of Milan, DEMS-University of Milan Bicocca, LEAP–Bocconi University, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), International Growth Centre (IGC).

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