The Economic Development Working Group, Young Scholars Initiative is partnering with International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics Conference (ICAPE) to organise the Pluralistic Teaching Workshops at ICAPE Conference 2020, University of San Diego on January 05-06th, 2020. The workshops aim to equip young scholars with the tools necessary for teaching economics and designing courses and curriculum pluralistically, as well as to guide pluralists regarding the publishing process. The workshops are led by leading active pluralist economists and are generously funded by the Institute for New Economic Thinking. 

Young scholars (Post docs, PhD Candidates and Postgraduate students) are invited to submit application to attend all workshops.Successful applicants will:

- Be invited to attend the conference of ICAPE with reimbursed conference fees
- Be waived workshop fees
- Be provided with accommodation from 03 to 07th of January 2020 on a shared-room basis (4 nights - covering the ASSA and ICAPE conference days).
- Be invited to the social event with YSI organising team and other
young scholars.
- Be invited to the gala dinner of ICAPE Conference

Limited travel stipends are only available for young scholars coming from North America (not nationality based) on the basis of financial needs. First come first serve. A request letter for travel stipend should be included in the application.

Apply here!

The Deadline for application is November 01st 2019 for stipends and November 10th 2019 for general registration. In case of questions, please email us at :<[log in to unmask]>

Project details available here

Sincerely yours,

The Organising Team
Dr. Jenny Tue Anh Nguyen, University of Oxford
Surbhi Kesar, Research Fellow, Azim Premji University
Economic Development Working Group
Young Scholars Initiative (YSI)
Presidential Professor and Co-Chair of Economics at Bucknell University
Executive Director, ICAPE
Office: 128 Academic West       
Phone: 570-577-1666
Mailing Address: 1 Dent Drive, Lewisburg, PA 17837
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