28 September 2018
ERSA Winter School on ” Spatial Productivity for Regional and Local Development”
The ERSA Winter School 2019, in collaboration with the OECD Spatial Productivity Lab, aims to provide PhD Students and young researchers with the very latest advances in regional sciences on the topics of spatial productivity and local development. Both theoretical, empirical and policy analysis research are welcome.
Researching spatial productivity-related challenges in order to support both spatially more inclusive growth and higher aggregate productivity levels in countries is the aim of the OECD Spatial Productivity Lab based in Trento.
The Winter School seeks to encourage close interactions and feedbacks among participants and top senior researchers as well as internationally recognized analysts.
The ERSA Winter School 2019 will particularly address the interaction between empirical, theoretical and policy analysis within the following topics, which include (but are not limited to):
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Entrepreneurship, innovation and regional development
- Urban agglomeration and productivity
- Knowledge business services and the dynamics of industrial clusters
- Social innovation and inclusive growth
- Creativity, culture and urban development
- Social capital, institution and innovation
- Spatial development, growth and innovation
- Spatial dynamics of innovation networks
- Local and cluster-based policies
- Labour mobility, knowledge and innovation
- Regional diversification and growth
- Proximity effects and rural-urban linkages
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
It will be held from 21 – 25 January, 2019.
- The ERSA Winter School targets PhD students and junior researchers with less than 10 years of research experience.
- Participants must cover their own travel expenses from their home countries to the Winter School and going home.
- Participation fee: €250. The fee includes:
- • Accommodation in double room for five nights;
• Lunch, coffee break and dinner throughout the winter school;
• Gala Dinner and excursion.
Applicants are requested to apply for the Winter School via the Winter School Application Portal
First Step: fill in your contact details to create your account on the Winter School Platform and follow the instructions to submit your application. You can save your application as a draft before submitting it. Applications must be submitted within September 28, 2018, and include (PDF format):
- A one-page CV of the applicant
- A one-page summary of the research project students’ aim at presenting during the Winter School.
Second Step: After notification of acceptance and receipt of registration payments, the participants will be asked to upload an updated version of their intended presentation during the Winter school.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Iman Mostafa/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Wiam Kebbou/ Morocco ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team