The Royal Economic Society would like to highlight a number of upcoming events which you or members of your networks may be interested in attending.
RES-GES Webinar on Spatial Inequalities
On Friday 12 November at 3:30pm, RES and the Government Economic Service (GES) will host a webinar on spatial inequalities with Professor Gilles Duranton.
Speaker: Professor Gilles Duranton (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
Respondents: Sam Beckett (Government Economic Service); Philip McCann (University of Sheffield)
Chair: Anna Valero (London School of Economics)
Please follow this link to book yourself a place.
RES Mentoring Programme: Call for Mentees
If you are an early career female researcher in economics and would like to be mentored by a senior female economist, you might be interested in participating in the Royal Economic Society’s Mentoring Programme. To apply please fill in the Google Form by Monday 8 November 2021, 23:59 (GMT).
If selected, you will be asked to submit your CV and one of your papers (preferably solo-authored and not close to publication) to your assigned mentor by the end of December 2021. Mentees and mentors will be matched based on the mutual research interests wherever possible. However, please consider that the mentoring will consist of general feedback on a research paper and career advice and therefore, a perfect match with respect to research interests is not necessary.
RES Easter Training School: Applications open
The Society invites applications for the 2022 RES Easter Training School, which for 2022 will be held in-person at the University of Bristol.
The RES Easter School provides advanced training to enhance the understanding of current economic issues. For 2022 the topic covered will be Urban Economics and we are delighted that our speakers for the school are Diego Puga, CEMFI Madrid and Guy Michaels, LSE.
The school is intended for advanced postgraduate students doing doctoral research (but younger lecturers and postdoctoral researchers are also welcome) and economists in research and policymaking institutions, who have approximately three to ﬁve years of experience since initial graduation.
- Heads of Departments and PhD Directors are invited to circulate the application form to students who they feel would benefit from the attending the school.
- Applications should be made by the student before Friday 3 December, 23.59 (GMT).
- Places are limited and we may ask for institutions to ensure those students who will gain the most from the school are. prioritised. The RES is committed to ensuring diversity and inclusion at all our events and the Easter School is open to those within academia and policy.
- Easter School will take place on Monday 4 April – Wednesday 6 April 2022.
For more information on applying, please visit our website. This event will be in-person unless COVID restrictions apply.