World Interdisciplinary Network (WINIR) for Institutional Research and the Lund University (Sweden) inform that the WINIR2019 conference will take place on 19-22 September 2019 at the Lund University. The event will be dedicated to contemporary challenges and dynamics of the economic, political, legal and social institutions of our time.
Complete session proposals must be received by 14 December 2018. In December the organizers will open a call for individual papers.
Additional details are available at the conference website: https://winir.org/?page=events&side=winir_2019
Application for programme starting October 2019
application deadline: 1 February 2019
6-7 scholarships available!
- one of the largest doctorate programmes in the field
- a joint doctoral programme by four of the leading European universities: the Universities of Bologna, Hamburg, Rotterdam and Haifa
- a chance to live in (at least) three different countries and work together with PhD researchers from all over the world
- scholarships offered by partner universities
- multiple doctoral degree
Admission to the programme:
Diploma or a bachelor and master degree in law or economics or a relevant field, or an equivalent university degree (second cycle qualification).
Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic merit and their capability of carrying out high-level scientific research activities in the field of the economic analysis of law, and in compliance with the regulations. Good knowledge of English is a prerequisite.
More information about the programme, the application procedure and required documents is available on www.edle-phd.eu.
On October 16 th 2018, at the invitation of the Chair of Private Law of the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Law and Economics Association, Professor Larry A. DiMatteo, Huber Hurst Professor of Contract Law, Florida University, delivered a guest lecture on „Economic Analysis of Contract Law as Descriptive and Normative Theory”. The speaker discussed the development and impact of major lines of thought in the economic analysis of American contract law from an international and comparative perspective.
Applications are now being accepted for master’s and doctoral scholarships at Central European University (CEU).
CEU brings together students and faculty from some 100 countries to exchange ideas in an open and dynamic community in the heart of Europe. Listed among the top 100 universities worldwide by Quacquarelli Symonds in a variety of subjects, CEU offers world-class master’s and doctoral programs in English to address the key issues of the 21st century. Besides interdisciplinary courses taught by an outstanding faculty, the university boasts a highly research-intensive learning environment and a remarkable student/faculty ratio of eight-to-one.
CEU is accredited in the United States and Hungary, and is supported by the Open Society Foundations.
Application deadline: 31 January 2019
Learn more and apply online!
The Chair of Civil Law of the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Law and Economics Association have the pleasure to invite for an open lecture “Economic Analysis of Contract Law as Descriptive and Normative Theory”, that will take place on 16th October 2018 at 11am in the Refrectary of the Collegium Wróblewskiego (Olszewskiego 2, Cracow).
The lecture will be given by prof. Larry’ego DiMatteo (Florida University).
The Israeli Law and Economics Association (ILEA) welcomes submissions of papers on any topic regarding the Economic Analysis of Law for its 15th annual conference to be held at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem on December 18th, 2018.
The keynote speaker will be the Honorable Prof. Alex Stein (Supreme Court of Israel).
ILEA invites contributions in all aspects related to Law and Economics, both theoretical and empirical.
Submissions must be original and not previously published.
Please email your draft to Israeli.email@example.com
• Paper submission deadline: Oct 10, 2018
• Communication of acceptance: November 10, 2018
• Registration before: November 20, 2018
• Conference: December 18, 2018
We are glad to announce that the registration form for the 6th Polish Law & Economics Conference is now open. The registration should be completed (incl. paying the conference fee) by 15 May 2018.
The preliminary programme of the conference as well as conference fee information are available here.
Three new research positions are available at the Institute of Law & Economics, Hamburg University.
- Two research associate positions for applicants with a law degree in the project “Economics and Psychology of International Law/Legal Theory”. For further detail, see here.
- One research associate position for applicants with a degree in economics or psychology in the same project. For further detail, see here .
We aim to fill all position by August 1, 2018, or later.
The application deadline is May 18, 2018.
the Institute of Law and Economics at the University of Hamburg is happy to announce this year’s edition of the Summer School in Law and Economics.
The annual Summer School features five one-week intensive lecture series for which we have again assembled a group of internationally renowned scholars in law and economics. Courses will cover the topics of Corruption Research, International Law and International Relations, Global Environmental Politics, Economic Analysis of Law as well as an Introduction to German Law.
The courses are free of charge and open to external applicants. For further information please refer to the attached flyer (SUMMER SCHOOL 2018 PROGRAM)or contact Marek Endrich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite everyone to the 5th Polish Law and Economics Conference (click for conference program and more information…) which will be held on May 19-20, 2017.
Keynote lectures will be delivered by:
- Prof. Jeffrey J. Rachlinski (Cornell University)
- Prof. Klaus Mathis (University of Luzerne)