"Teaching economics to bridge divisions"
Monday, August 23- Wednesday, August 25, 2021
23rd European Economics Education Conference
People are not naturally equipped to understand economics intuitively. They may find it difficult to distinguish enlightenment from appealing fallacy. In the search for solutions to growing inequality and other social ills, this can lead to a cycle of deepening frustration and support for self-defeating public policies. Economics teachers today therefore have a special responsibility to bridge the gap between what weve learned through years of training and what our students bring to the classroom. The conference will explore ways to give students the foundation they need to pursue their economic goals and act as responsible citizens.'
Registration will open January, 2021. You are encouraged to register soon. After June 1 2021, there will be a supplemental fee
for late registration. Click here to register
The AEEE Conference 2021 is an international gathering of educators and researchers with professional interests in all aspects of economics and business education in Europe and worldwide.
At this conference you can:
- Be inspired: explore new approaches, get some fresh ideas;
- Exchange experiences with specialists and other teachers;
- Find new ideas to take to your students;
- Join in - get in contact with teachers from Europe and beyond;
- Discover innovative instructional methods;
- Celebrate Freiburg's 900 year jubilee.
If you are interested in contributing a presentation at the conference, see Call for contributions
Proposals for contributions may be submitted beginning January, 2021.
For information about registration or logistics, kindly contact the Conference Organizer: Bernd Remmele . For other information, contact either Bernd or Brent Kigner.
Our 23rd European Economics Education Conference will be held in Freiburg Germany.
Our host will be Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg. 23rd European Economics Education Conference postponed due to Covid-19
We are disappointed but, in the end, there was no choice. The 23rd European Economics Education conference will be postponed for one year. This year, people face too many obstacles and too much uncertainty. Health and safety come first, of course. More news
Linedancing guided by Suzanne