Austrian Economics Meeting Europe: in Budapest!
Meet a group of young European scholars at an interdisciplinary conference!
Great Chance to expand your international network! Meet a group of young European scholars at an interdisciplinary conference!
The Austrian Economics Meeting Europe (AEME) is holding its fourth annual conference, this time in Budapest, at the Danube Institute (Budapest, Eötvös u. 24, 1067), on April 27-28.
The AEME is an organisation of young European scholars in the Austrian tradition.
At the annual academic conference participants have an opportunity to listen to presentations of contemporary Austrian research by graduate students and early career researchers, as well as present their own research to others.
Attendees not only join the conference proper, but also go on sightseeing tours in the historic cities, enjoy lunch and dinner together, and continue their discussions over some drinks in the evenings.
Founded by the European alumni of Mises University 2014, attendees come from universities all across Europe and from a wide range of academic fields, ranging from economics (of course), law, and history to African studies and archeology.
To see the detailed program, click here.
To register, please click here.
Registration to this event OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS UNDER 30, we thank you for your understanding.
Deadline for registration is April 23.
Place of the event: Danube Institute, Budapest, Eötvös u. 24, 1067
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