EAEPE Symposium 2016 - The role of industrial policy in European re-industrialisation

Venue: Krakow, Poland, Campus of Cracow University of Economics

To be held on May 12th and 13th 2016

Organisers: Ioanna Kastelli and Łukasz Mamica

Date for submission of extended abstracts (up to 1200 words): February 14th 2016.

Date of notification of acceptance: February 24th 2016

Date for submission of full papers: May 2nd 2016

Participation for EAEPE members is free (except official dinner 30 €), fee for non EAEPE members: 50 €

Keynote Speakers:

Professor Karl Aiginger, The Austrian Institute of Economic Research WIFO

Professor Robert Wade, London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of International Development.

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Contact to local host: mamical@uek.krakow.pl

The EAEPE Symposium in Krakow was a full success, here you can find a brief summary as well as some visual impressions!

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