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SummerSchool 2006
Europe 2006: The New Frontier
June 23rd - July 1st
The summer school aims at bringing together 50 graduate students coming from the most important world university to improve their knowledge in economics. Classes will be held by Nobel Laureates for economic sciences and notable American and European instructors.

The I.S.E.O. Summer School course introduces to some of the principles of international economy, investigating the role of America and Europe in the international economic scenario. It focuses on growth, on the strategies and instruments of monetary policy, on the structure and mechanisms of the financial sector, with a particular focus on the welfare state and unemployment. The course has a comparative perspective, therefore every subject compares the US and European economies. Every lesson includes theoretical lectures and a debate on the topics discussed during the lessons.

The course shall take place at Iseo, near the Iseo Lake, in northern Italy. Participants shall be hosted in a prestigious 4 star Hotel located on the lakeside, in a wide tourist and sports resort, featuring a green park, beach volley, swimming pools, a center for sailing, canoeing and windsurf. The official language is English. At the end of the course the students shall receive a frequency certificate Application deadline 1st May 2006.
Teachers and Topics
Robert Solow
Nobel laureate 1987 - Mit Boston
Low wages work
Robert Merton
Nobel laureate 1997 - Harvard Business School
How to Pursue Both Comparative Advantage and Efficient Diversification of Risk: An Application of Derivative Securitie
Robert Wescott
Previous Advisor to Former President Clinton for International Economics
National and International Economic Policymaking: Structure and Process
Dennis Snower
President Kiel Institute for world economics - Germany
Pension reform and welfare: a comparative perspective
Assar Lindbeck
Stockholm University
Achievements, problems and reform possibilities of Western European Welfare States
Tito Boeri
Bocconi University - University of Michigan Business School
Globalisation = a smaller Welfare State?
Solveig Wikstrom
Stockholm University
The impact of ICT on Roles and Relations between Firms and Consumers
First of all thank you so much for everything. you have given me such memorable moments in my life which I can never forget. It was an amazing week. I am really thankfull for the fabulous experience you have given me. Was a great experience for me. Rejina
Downloadable documents:
- Summerschool program 2006 and speakers' bio (.pdf)
Photogallery have a look at the pictures taken during the Summer School 2006
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