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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)
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The conferende programme is online
Our conference programme is online. When you are logged in, you can create your won personal schedule for the conference.

Przemek Grzywa Key Note Speaker
Przemek is the former President (2017) and teh current General Director of European Confederation of Young Entrepreneurs YES for Europe. His talk will be about Young entrepreneurs and education.

Morten Spange Key Note Speaker
Morten Spange is Senior Adviser, Economic Analysis at Danmarks Nationalbank. Since joining the Bank in 2008 he has worked on a wide range of issues within macroeconomics and monetary economics. Currently he manages the Bank's work on monetary and macrofinancial analysis. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Aarhus and prior to joining Danmarks Nationalbank he spent four years at the Bank of England.

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