ESEE summer school June 17-18, 2013, Reims

Preceding the ESEE 2013 conference in Lille, the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA) and ESEE will be organising a two day workshop focused on postgraduate students. Linking to the conference theme, the workshop theme will be Ecological Economics and Institutionalist Approaches. The idea

of the summer school is to bring together around 40 selected PhD and Masters students with 10 senior researchers from within ESEE, providing space for discussion and exchange. Past participants of ESEE summer schools, including

the 2011 ESEE pre-conference workshop in Istanbul, are particularly invited to join as mentors who will buddy casino online portugal up with less experienced researchers.
The summer school will include two types of sessions: both lecture slots with question-and-answer, and participatory workshops where young researchers will be able to present their work, gather feedback from others participants, and discussing key issues in Ecological Economics. The participation at the summer school will provide ECTS.
Keynote speakers will include: Christian Barrère (URCA), Geoffrey Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, England), Jasper Kenter (University of Aberdeen), Thierry Kirat (University of Paris 13), Martino Nieddu (URCA), John O’Neill (University of Manchester), Clive Spash (Vienna University) and Frank-Dominique Vivien (URCA).
Participation will be free for ESEE 2013 student conference participants, and low cost accommodation will be arranged. To apply, see the link below, or email esee2013-preconferenceworkshop@sciencesconf.org . The application deadline is March 1st, 2013
More info: http://esee2013.sciencesconf.org/resource/page/id/3

About jasper

Jasper Kenter is student representative on the ESEE board and a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen. His main research focus is on shared values of nature and deliberative and participatory environmental valuation.
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