Summer School June 20th 21st 22nd 2018 Oxford
Call for Students and Participants
1st Ever Green Economics Institute Summer School
To be held at St Hugh’s College, University of Oxford Wednesday 20th 21st 22nd June 2018
Concepts, methods and literature in Green Economics
DAY 1 20th June 2018 Green economics Introducing concepts Subject Activity Wednesday 1-1-30 welcome coffee
`1 30- 2 30 Introducing macroeconomics and finance Lecture Professor Maria Madi (Brazil and Argentina ) 2 45- 3 45 Introducing sustainable goals, environmental and social justiceand the limits of main stream perspections, methodology and literature Lecture Miriam Kennet Coffee-break
4 15- 5-15 2018. an economic overview Lecture Professor Maria Madi 5 30 – 7 Sustainable goals and current challenges. Green economics and the COP Brainstorm activity Professor Maria Madi and Miriam Kennet Michelle Gale
DAY 2 Thursday 21st June 2018 Improving methods and skills Subject Activity Thursday 1-1-30 welcome coffee
`1 30- 2 30 Green methodology. (interdisciplicary approach, case studies, filed research, etc..)LectureVolker Heinemann2 45- 3 45Scientific and Writing skills I-Working in groups writing an abstract. The students will receive a list of subjects to write abstractsMarlyn Lee HughesProfessor Maria MadiMiriam Kennet
4 15- 5-15 Scientific and Writing skills II Working in individual abstractsMaria MadiMiriam Kennet5 30 – 7Communication skillsPresentation of abstracts. Enhancing debate on green economics issuesMaria MadiMarlyn Lee Hughes
We reserve the right to vary the programme and we may include more lecturers
DAY 3 Friday 22nd June 2018 Future trends Subject Activity Friday 1-1-30 welcome coffee
`1 30- 2 30 Disruptive innovations Lecture maria
2 45- 3 45 Innovations and inclusive growth . Thinking policy proposals Working in groups Maria MadiMiriam Kennet Coffee-break
4 15- 5-15 The low carbon economyGreen CitiesLectureRichard Clarke TBCAnjikwi Memshallbwana5 30 – 7Low carbon and global governance. Thinking policy proposalsWorking in groupsMiriam KennetRichard Clarke TBCMichelle Gale
Professor Maria Madi
Learning Objectives. How this Summer Program Can Boost Your Learning
This summer school seeks to promote academically motivated students by strengthening their methodological understanding in linking theory and experiments. They convey the excitement of new progress in Green economics through the stimulus of learning. The objectives are to train and attract graduate students interested by working at the interfaces between disciplines.
Bringing together people from all over the world, this 3 day Summer School is an exciting opportunity to enrich your curriculum. Courses and tutorials are designed and taught by highly regarded scholars.
This summer school program comprises intensive activities which aim to provide attendees with an introduction to both the theoretical foundations and the practical applications of some of the Green economics thinking and aplications. Each subject has theoretical and practical classes.
Goals and objectives
- Familiarize students with Green Economics concepts, methods and literature.
- Assist students in their personal development of skills including and professional strategies.
- Teach writing and communication skills to prepare students for the gig economy challenges.
- Enhance critical thinking skills through self-exploration and class experiences.
- Gain leadership skills through classroom activities, discussions, and cultural experiences.
Students are expected to be familiar with the core concepts of the summer programme
The students will receive a certificate after accomplishing 80 % of the summer school activities
The summer school is suitable for graduate students, academics and policy makers
More Information will be posted here shortly
Updated on 08 05 2018
If you think you would like to participate please email us today to register your interest in this progamme:
The cost of the summer school is £350 per person for the whole event. The fees do not include travel, subsistence or accomodation but will include any essential study materials. Students may bring computers with them but we cannot be held responsible for them.
Preference will be given to those who attend the main conference as well.
Admission is by cv and covering email of motivation and a payment of the fees which can be done via paypal on this website or requesting an invoice to be sent.
The first 12 most suitable students will be offered places and we expect the course to be full. It is relevant for all levels from Undergraduates, to Post Doc, Policy Makers and Practioners and Professors as well as the general public.
Date and Time
Wed, 20 Jun 2018, 11:00 –
Fri, 22 Jun 2018, 23:00 BST
St Hugh’s College
Saint Margaret’s Road
Organiser: The Green Economics Institute
Organiser of GEIAcademy First Ever Summer School at Oxford University
The GEIAcademy, The Green Economics Institute in partnership with the Green Economics Institute Trust,
The International Journal of Green Economics Published by Inderscience offers its first ever Green Economics Summer School in Oxford.