RES Easter Training School
Our annual training school, supported by the University of Bristol and ESRC/UKRI, provides advanced training to enhance the understanding of current economic issues. The 2021 school explored the economics of media: political influence on the media, media bias, political accountability, advertising, social media and the impacts of entertainment media.
The 2022 Easter School will again be hosted by the University of Bristol and we hope very much that the event will be in-person. More information on dates, application process and topic will follow in the autumn. Please contact RES Events on firstname.lastname@example.org with any quieries.
Comment from University of Bristol:
Our School of Economics is proud to host the RES Easter Training School for the next three years, starting with this year's online event with Eliana La Ferrara (Bocconi University) as the keynote lecturer on the topic: Media, Political Economy and Development.
We are looking forward to welcome more than 30 participants from academic institutions and the Government Economic Service for four days of online lectures, presentations and two policy sessions hosted by our Centre for Empirical-based Public Services and by the Economic Observatory.
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Easter Training School 2021 will be an online event.
The RES Easter School is intended for advanced postgraduate students doing doctoral research, (but younger lecturers and postdoctoral researchers are also welcome) and economists in research and policymaking institutions, who have approximately three to ﬁve years experience since initial graduation.
It enables study and discussion with an internationally recognised expert in the topic over the three days of the course.
Easter School - Invitation to Tender