Kufstein (Austria) 2016

"INNOVATIVE LEARNING IN ECONOMICS, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND BUSINESS"

Monday 22nd – Wednesday 24th August 2016

21st European Economics Education Conference


Thank you all!

Dear Participant

We had a lovely conference with lots of inspiration and memorable moments. Thank you for attending the conference. 

We are looking forward to see you in 2018, and we keep you posted,

The AEEE Council

 

Continuing the conference...
 

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Please have a look at our Facebook group. You can drop photos, and leave all kinds of comments. 
 

blog_logo  Developments in Economics Education 

Steve Hurd have started a Blog, as General Editor. We welcome articles about new developments that would be of interest to teachers, teacher trainers, researchers and administrators and inspectors involved with economics education in all its forms. 


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  AEEE Kufstein 2016
In our Dropbox folder you can view several presentations. Also you can share your photos, other participants will appreciate that.

atlantic Me & MyCity

The research of Panu Kalmi from Finland has been noticed by the prestigious journaal The Atlantic. It is justified attention for a good simulation of the economy.


About the conference

The AEEE Conference 2016 is an international gathering of educators and researchers with professional interests in all aspects of economics and business education in Europe and worldwide.

The conference is organized by the AEEE together with the International Business Studies program of the Kufstein University of Applied Sciences.

If you wish to know more about running a workshop or presenting a paper at the conference, or about general participation or logistics, please contact the Conference Organizer: 

Brent Kigner
Professor (FH) of Economics
Fachhochschule Kufstein
Kufstein, Austria
e-mail: brent.kigner@fh-kufstein.ac.at

Financial support
If you plan to come to the AEEE 2016 conference, you may be able to get some financial support through the mobility initiative of Erasmus+ Key Action 1. You will need to ask your national EU office for advice on how to get it. (Google: 'Erasmus+, KA1 and your country'). 
The application has to be made by the school, not the individual teacher. The deadline in 2014 was March 16th, so you should apply as soon as possible.