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Copenhagen 2018

"TO CHANGE OR NOT TO CHANGE: THAT IS THE QUESTION!
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS EDUCATION IN A TRANSFORMING SOCIETY"

Wednesday 22nd - Saturday 25th August 2018
22nd European Economics Education Conference


You are encouraged to register soon. After July 1, there will be a 30 supplemental fee
for late registration.
Click here to register


The AEEE Conference 2018 is an international gathering of educators and researchers with professional interests in all aspects of economics and business education in Europe and worldwide.

At this conference you can:
  • Be inspired: explore new approaches, get some fresh ideas;
  • Exchange experiences with specialists and other teachers;
  • Find new ideas to take to your students;
  • Join in - get in contact with teachers from Europe and beyond;
  • Discover innovative instructional methods;
  • Feel Copenhagen the city with the happiest people.


If you are interested in contributing a presentation at the conference, see Call for contributions

For information about general participation or logistics, kindly contact the Conference Organizer: Orla Duedahl (orla@duedahl.dk)
News:
Early Bird Registration extended to July 1st
You are encouraged to register soon. After July 1, there will be a 30 supplemental fee for late registration. Click here to register.

Call for Contributions
Contributors are invited to submit proposals to share their findings, experiences and expertise with a broad audience of teachers and researchers at the 2018 AEEE conference.

Accomodation
A limited number of rooms have been held for AEEE conference participants in Hotel Cabinn Metro

Michael Wohlgemut keynote speaker
Miochael is director of the think tank Open Europe Berlin, professor of political economy at the private University Witten/Herdecke, affiliated fellow at the Walter Eucken Institute, Freiburg, and tutor at the post-graduate programme Social Market Economy of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

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