The Summer Modules in Economics and Institutions (SMEIE), is a three-years initiative funded by the European Commission (European Education and Culture Executive Agency) Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Action, jointly with the Trento Jean Monnet Centre and DEM.
First Edition 2022: "European Integration and the Variety of Capitalism Paradigm", 12-16 September 2022, University of Trento, Italy. Deadline May 20, 2022
- Roberto Basile: Department of Industrial and Information Engineering and Economics, University of L'Aquila, Italy.
- Massimo Bordignon: Catholic University of Milan, Italy, and European Fiscal Board, Brussels, Belgium.
- Filippo Di Mauro, Competitiveness Research Network (CompNet), and National University of Singapore.
- Ugo Pagano: former President of the Santa Chiara Doctoral School, University of Siena, Italy.
- Simona Piattoni: Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento, Italy.
Admission requirements: applicants should be regularly enrolled in a PhD programme or be young post-doc researchers. Applicants are required to upload their updated CV, a research synopsis (up to 500 words) presenting and motivating the research agenda they intend to work on and present while attending the Summer School. The Applicant should also clarify how the research agenda is linked with the theme of the Summer Module.
Costs: there are no fees connected to the application to SMEIE.
All-inclusive accommodation. The selected students will be hosted free of charge in the venue of the Summer Module, Villa S. Ignazio (Trento, Italy), inclusive of accommodation in a double room, and three meals per day.
Travel. The selected students will have to organize the trip to and from Trento and pay the travel costs by their own. We invite the applicant to book the trip only after the Organizers communicated the official confirmation of admission.
The scientific committee of the Summer Module will select up to 15 PhD students or young post-doc researchers.
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