2-4 June 2020
Summer Institute series on “Community and Change” at the University of Glasgow
The Economics Department is organising two workshops on “The Economics of the Family: research findings, policy and impact” at the University of Glasgow in June 2020. Our aim is to bring together novel research on family economics to discuss the evidence base and avenues for future research. The Research Workshop takes place on 2-3 June 2020, followed by a PhD Workshop on 4 June 2020. This is the second event of the annual University of Glasgow Summer Institute series on “Community and Change”, funded via the Principal’s Office and the Adam Smith Business School. Follow this link for more information.
Dan Anderberg (Royal Holloway University of London)
Prashant Bharadwaj (University of California – San Diego)
Heather Royer (University of California – Santa Barbara)
Please submit full papers (preferred) or abstracts to email@example.com
by 31 January 2020. For PhD students, please include “PhD Workshop” in the subject. There is no registration fee for these events and limited funding is available to support travel and accommodation expenses for presenters. Additional travel grants are available on request to support workshop attendance by PhD candidates.
Michele Battisti, Sayantan Ghosal, Theodore Koutmeridis, Tanya Wilson. For any enquiries, please contact: Tanya Wilson.