“Modelling the Political Economy of Bank Regulatory Evasion”, Vienna International Summer School

Vienna International Summer School

Modelling the Political Economy of Bank Regulatory Evasion

September 6, 7, 8 and 9, 2017

Society for Pluralism in Economics

The summer school aims at providing an introduction to issues of post-crash regulatory evasion to a small group of interested graduate students (MA and PhD) and young researchers. We will discuss questions connected to the shadow banking system and regulatory evasion; heterodox economic theory, methodological tools and modelling techniques will be taught to students: we ambitiously hope that some actual research projects/papers will emerge from this encounter.

Gary Dymski (Leeds UBS)
Ewa Karwowski (Kingston University)
Antoine Godin (Kingston University)
Jakob Kapeller (JKU Linz)
Adrienne Roberts (UoM)
Helene Schuberth (OeNB)
Jo Michell (UWE Bristol)
Daniela Gabor (UWE Bristol)
Vanessa Redak (OeNB)
Eugenio Caverzasi (UoP)
Manuel Scholz-Wäckerle (WU)

As we know, such intense studying demands the best well-fare possible: therefore, all participants are invited to stay with us in the wonderful magdas Hotel in Vienna, where we can charge our brains at delicious breakfasts and dinners. We also offer one brunch lecture for those who prefer to sleep in and to eat while absorbing intellectual input. Generally, the diverse in-depth programme of the summer school will consist of overview lectures, a key note, student study (seminar) groups, and open discussions.

Deadline for applications is 1 May 2017. The application form will ask for a short CV and a short statement (max. 500 words).

The summer school will take place on the campus of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Welthandelsplatz 1, A-1020 Vienna. The campus is 10 minutes from the madgas Hotel by foot.

Date: 6 – 9 September 2017
Place: Vienna, Austria
Price: flat rate of 50€/participant
Booking and further information: http://plurale-oekonomik.at/viss/
Contact: viss@plurale-oekonomik.at