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Winter School on Inequality and Social Welfare Theory - Inequality and Big Challenges

The call for application for the Seventeenth Doctorate Winter School on Inequality and Social Welfare Theory (IT17) on : “Inequality and Big Challenges” is available at https://linux2.dse.univr.it/it/documents/it17/it17poster.pdf

The aim of the School is to provide junior and senior researchers on inequality and social welfare analysis with the opportunity to discuss issues concerning Big Challenges for our societies. This year, the challenges include :
- Artificial Intelligence and the labour market
- Climate change
- Development and conflict

The School is organized by : CESifo - Center for Economic Studies and ifo Institute at University of Munich, the Department of Economics Phd in Economics and Finance, University of Verona and LISER - Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, in collaboration with : CEE-M Research Institute - University of Montpellier ; CY Cergy Paris University ; ECINEQ - Society for the Study of Economic Inequality ; The International Inequalities Institute - London School of Economics ; University of Antwerp - AIPRIL Centre of Excellence ; University of Bari “Aldo Moro” ; University of Rome - La Sapienza.

The Winter School will take place in January 2024 from Monday 8th to Thursday 11th in the teaching facilities of the University of Verona in Alba di Canazei (Italy). A shuttle bus from Verona and accommodation from January 7 to January 12 will be organized.

Selection of PhD students is based on the presentation of a CV and a paper to be attached to the online application form not later than December 6th, 2023. Applications received before November 30th, 2023 will be reviewed within two days.

The call for applications is available here : https://linux2.dse.univr.it/it/documents/it17/it17poster.pdf

Applications can be sent thorugh LISER platform here : https://www.liser.lu/?type=news&id=2408

Further information and very preliminary programme are available at the website http://dse.univr.it/it/

Arnaud Lefranc
CY Cergy Paris Université