Full Programme

EEA or ESEM (field_eea_or_esem)
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Title Presenter(s) Type Field Date Time Length Room Favourite Calendar Add
Policy Evaluation Livia AlfonsiKrisztina Kis-KatosLisa Spantig Contributed Sessions Development Economics 28/08 16:30 CEST 75 mins 40.006 Favourite Add to Calendar 2023-08-28 16:30:00 2024-07-15 10:05:09 EEA-ESEM 2023: Policy Evaluation. Room: 40.006 EEA-ESEM 2023 congress@eeassoc.org Europe/Rome public
Education Committee Workshop - CORE Gaurav KhatriLisa SpantigWendy CarlinHumberto LlavadorAntonio Cabrales Lunch Sessions, Panel & Workshop 01/09 09:30 CEST 180 mins 40.012 Favourite Add to Calendar 2023-09-01 09:30:00 2023-01-09 12:30:00 EEA-ESEM 2023: Education Committee Workshop - CORE. Room: 40.012 A 2-part programme: Part 1: The EEA Education Committee is delighted to host our annual workshop at the 2023 Congress on the topic: How to strengthen the bridge between economics research and economics teaching. The workshop, from 09:30 - 10:30, will involve three panel speakers providing their thoughts on the following questions: i. How have I incorporated my research into my teaching and what impact has it had on student engagement and learning? (Academic) ii. How has my teaching influenced my research? (Academic) iii. How has engaging with student-led research in my degree, and in Department supported extra-curricular activities, helped my learning of and interest in economics? (Student) After the panellists have shared their thoughts, we will have an open discussion on what we can do as researchers and educators to improve the connection between research and teaching, helping to inspire the next generation of researcher and to make learning, and teaching, for all more engaging and relevant to current issues. Part 2: Next up will be a presentation by Wendy Carlin (University College London) of CORE Econ’s new publication The Economy 2.0: Microeconomics, the microeconomics volume of the rewrite of The Economy 1.0. Why a new version? What’s different? How do you make attending your lectures attractive to students? Running classroom experiments and games tightly connected to the content is a winner and Humberto Llavador (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) will show you how to do it. He will play some of the games in CORE Econ’s Experiencing Economics, which he co-authored. The games are programmed on classEx ready for instructors to use and all the classroom materials and links to the relevant units are provided. Antonio Cabrales (Universidad Carlos III Madrid) will discuss tips and tricks for young scholars starting an academic career. He will highlight how CORE Econ can help them in their job. A 2-part programme: Part 1: The EEA Education Committee is delighted to host our annual workshop at the 2023 Congress on the topic: How to strengthen the bridge between economics research and economics teaching. The workshop, from 09:30 - 10:30, will involve three panel speakers providing their thoughts on the following questions: i. How have I incorporated my research into my teaching and what impact has it had on student engagement and learning? (Academic) ii. How has my teaching influenced my research? (Academic) iii. How has engaging with student-led research in my degree, and in Department supported extra-curricular activities, helped my learning of and interest in economics? (Student) After the panellists have shared their thoughts, we will have an open discussion on what we can do as researchers and educators to improve the connection between research and teaching, helping to inspire the next generation of researcher and to make learning, and teaching, for all more engaging and relevant to current issues. Part 2: Next up will be a presentation by Wendy Carlin (University College London) of CORE Econ’s new publication The Economy 2.0: Microeconomics, the microeconomics volume of the rewrite of The Economy 1.0. Why a new version? What’s different? How do you make attending your lectures attractive to students? Running classroom experiments and games tightly connected to the content is a winner and Humberto Llavador (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) will show you how to do it. He will play some of the games in CORE Econ’s Experiencing Economics, which he co-authored. The games are programmed on classEx ready for instructors to use and all the classroom materials and links to the relevant units are provided. Antonio Cabrales (Universidad Carlos III Madrid) will discuss tips and tricks for young scholars starting an academic career. He will highlight how CORE Econ can help them in their job. EEA-ESEM 2023 congress@eeassoc.org Europe/Rome public