The I.S.E.O Institute is extremely honoured to feature Jean Tirole (Nobel Laureate in Economics 2014) and Michael Spence (Nobel Laureate in Economics 2001) as lecturers for the 14th edition of the I.S.E.O Summer School. The panel will be further enriched by the presence of international economists such as Michele Boldrin (Washington University in St.Louis), Daniel Gros (director Centre for European policy studies), Ulrich Volz (Soas University of London) and Dimitra Petropoulou (University of Surrey).
The I.S.E.O Summer School is an international summer course focused on the most topical economic discussion. The 14th edition of this prestigious course will be focused on "The global economy: searching for a new equilibrium" : this macro theme will be analyzed by each lecturer using his particular approach and studies.
As from the very first edition in 2004, the course will gather a large number of graduate students in Economics coming from the most important faculties in the world to participate to this multicultural debate. That's one of the most appreciated peculiarity of the course: the unique multiethnic background.
Based on a stimulating environment, the 14th edition of the I.S.E.O Summer School will take place from Saturday the 17th to Saturday the 24th June 2017: it will be based on a fair combination of lectures, debates and discussion on one hand, and trips and excursion into the most beautiful corners of Northern Italy on the other. Classes will be structured so to stimulate discussion among the full group of participants, contributing to the debate with their own academic background.
As usual, the course will be settled in Iseo, a peaceful village facing the homonymous lake ( Iseo lake) in Northern Italy, not too far from Milan. Classes and participants' accomodation are guested by a four star hotel on the lake, namely the Iseolago hotel.
For further general information about the history and the experience of the Summer School you can visit the dedicated web page, the photogallery (a wide selection of the most picturesque moments of past editions) and especially the videogallery (official video and clips made by participants in previous years with speakers' and students' comments).