INET Young Schol­ars Work­shop in Hong Kong

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INET is hold­ing a grad­u­ate stu­dent work­shop prior to its upcom­ing ple­nary con­fer­ence in Hong Kong on April 4–7.

The 2-day work­shop con­sists of a mini course in 20th cen­tury his­tory of eco­nomic thought and another mini course on sta­tis­ti­cal learn­ing. Plus, there will be stu­dent pre­sen­ta­tions. INET cov­ers expenses for travel and hotel — this should be quite attrac­tive for stu­dents. Details here:

http://ineteconomics.org/ysi–hong-kong/workshop

Stu­dents have to apply online (fol­low link above). The dead­line for appli­ca­tion is Feb 24, so please hurry!

INET is in the midst of design­ing pro­grams specif­i­cally for young schol­ars. To keep updated on all the lat­est INET news, click here to join its mail­ing list. You can also join the YSI Com­mons Face­book Group to join the dis­cus­sion with other young schol­ars.

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