9th EAAE PhD Workshop a Parma

3 Jan, 2022

The European Association of Agricultural Economist (EAAE) and the University of Parma through the School of Advanced Studies on Food and Nutrition with the scientific collaboration of the Italian Association of Agricultural and Applied Economics organizes the 9th EAAE PhD Workshop during the period 22-24 June 2022.

The objective of the EAAE PhD Workshop is to give PhD students from different countries the opportunity to present their research in a conference setting and to get feedback from peers and senior economists.

The School of Advanced Studies on Food and Nutrition of the University of Parma has close links with international organisations and universities. The School aims to transfer to graduate students, PhD students and professionals the results of its internationally recognised research groups dealing with food-related topics. Its range of training opportunities in interdisciplinary fields includes post graduate masters, advanced courses, workshops, and summer schools, which will enrich skills at all levels. The School contributes to the organisation of the PhD workshop with the aim to support the exchange of knowledge on the topic of agriculture and food as well as the process of cultural growth of young researchers.
The workshop welcomes submissions by PhD students at any stage of their PhD, as well as  researchers who completed their PhD at the time of the workshop. Proposals are welcome in the areas of agricultural, environmental, food and development economics, and should be submitted in English in the form of extended abstracts.
The registration fee is 100 Euros for PhD students and 150 Euros for others, and includes coffee breaks, lunch and the social dinner but several bursaries are available from different scientific Associations with the aim to encourage the participation of young researchers. 

Venue of the PhD Workshop will be “the urban campus” in via J.F. Kennedy 6 located in the city centre next to the Parco Ducale.



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