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Themes

 General session  Theme 1: Business economics, financial literacy and entrepreneurship  Theme 2: The economy and society: including sustainable development, the shared economy, co-operative and not-for-profit ventures  Theme 3: Alternative teaching approaches  Theme 4: Miscellaneous  Follow Up

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Wednesday August 22nd Small changes may be possible due to unforeseen circumstances.
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12:00Check-in and Lunch
14:00Conference Opening
14:20Dr Michael Wohlgemuth: Populism in Europe: reasons, consequences and remedies

General session  
15:10Coffee break
15:30Follow Up Workshop on Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth's Presentation: How to apply this in my classroom?
BY: Nancy Wall (enwall@aol.com) AND Susanne Vogelius, United Kingdom

1 Follow Up Workshop (70 minutes)   Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
15:30Getting started with complex challenges: learn to think like Bohr, observe like the Dalai Lama and act like Richard Branson
BY: Ilse Van den Berckt (ilse.vandenberckt@ucll.be), Belgium
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 2  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
15:30The Business Simulation "Traininc". How students can be trained action-orientated in economic skills
BY: Benjamin Apelojg (apelojg@uni-potsdam.de), Germany
Workshop (70 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:20Changing business economics education towards sustainable professional behaviour
BY: Tom Kuppens (tom.kuppens@uhasselt.be), Belgium
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 2  
Researchers and academics.
16:45Sustainable development in Economics and Social Sciences : learning by sharing
BY: MOUNIA CHABROT-GHEZALI (Mounia.Ghezali@ac-lyon.fr), France
Lecture (20 min)
1 Theme 2  
Secondary school teachers.
16:45Influence of German school curriculum on being inspired for the topic of entrepreneurship - a case study at a German school in Madrid
BY: Ilona Ebbers (ilona.ebbers@uni-flensburg.de), Germany
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 1  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:45GAF: From design to explanation of the learning process using an economics gaming intervention
BY: Jason Davis (jasond@dut.ac.za), South Africa
Lecture (20 min)
3 Theme 3   Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
17:10Socialising with a bite and a drink
18:15End of the daily activities

Thursday August 23rd Small changes may be possible due to unforeseen circumstances.
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09:00Announcements
09:10Pall Rikhardsson Phd: "Sustainability at a Crossroads"

General session  
10:05Follow Up Workshop on Dr. Pall Rikardsson's Presentation: How to apply this in my classroom?
BY: Brent Kigner (brent.kigner@fh-kufstein.ac.at), Austria

1 Follow Up Workshop (70 minutes)   Theme 2  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:05Further Education in Economics for Teachers of other Subjects?
BY: Bernd Remmele (bernd.remmele@ph-freiburg.de) AND Sybille Schick, Germany
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 2   Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:05Know thyself - Am I a risk-lover person?
BY: Tomasz Kopczewski (tkopczewski@wne.uw.edu.pl), Poland
Interactive presentation (45 min)
3 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Researchers and academics.
10:55Stimulating young entrepreneurship in East-Flanders, Belgium - Innovative educational tools on entrepreneurship
BY: Sofie Papeleu (sofie.papeleu@erov.be), Belgium
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 1  
Secondary school teachers.
10:55Welcome to Marignoni
BY: elisa bertagnoli (elisa.bertagnoli12@gmail.com), Italy
Lecture (20 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
11:20Coffee Break
11:45Kangaroos case: a business simulation
BY: Fabio Banderali (fabio.banderali@gmail.com), Italy
Workshop (70 min)
1 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
11:45Distribution of refugees in the EU - a simulation game
BY: Annette Kern (annette.kern@ph-freiburg.de), Germany
Workshop (70 min)
2 Theme 2   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
11:45Can multiple small feedback activities improve students' performance and their opinion of the feedback received? Evidence from a final year compulsory module
BY: Antonio Rodriguez-Gil (a.rodriguezgil@leeds.ac.uk), United Kingdom
Interactive presentation (45 min)
3 Theme 4  
Researchers and academics.
12:35What's worth fighting for learning economics
BY: Renella Bandinelli (renbandinelli@gmail.com), Italy
Lecture (20 min)
3 Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
13:00Lunch
14:00Roel Grol on inductive learning

General session  
14:35Follow Up Workshop on Roel Grol's Presentation: How to apply this in my classroom
BY: Peter van der Veen (p.van.der.veen@hva.nl) AND Theo Roos, Netherlands

1 Follow Up Workshop (70 minutes)   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
14:35Creating new jobs in the context of (youth and long-term) unemployment in Europe and digitization
BY: Dr. Martin Kröll (martin.kroell@rub.de), Germany
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 1  
Researchers and academics.
14:35PowerPlayer - A Game Combining Entrepreneurship Education and Education for Sustainable Development
BY: Gunther Seeber (seeber@uni-landau.de), Germany
Workshop (70 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
15:25ECO-DIGITAL - International Project in the Field of Economic Education and Digitalization
BY: Vitalij Prjadkin (prjadkin@ioeb.de), Germany
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
15:50Coffee Break
16:10Entrepreneurship Education in Italy: an economic-psychological approach
BY: Luisa Broli (broliluisa@gmail.com), Italy
Interactive presentation (45 min)
1 Theme 1  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:10The Effectiveness of Game-Based Financial Education: New Survey Evidence from Lower Secondary School Students in Finland
BY: Panu Kalmi (panu.kalmi@uva.fi), Finland
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:10Business reasoning in a dynamic case design
BY: Rudolf Grol (roel.grol@han.nl) AND Coen Oosterbroek AND Limara Pascall AND Polly Glegg, Netherlands
Workshop (70 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:35The contemporary world of work: yesterday, today, and tomorrow. How to experience the transition of the working world by extracurricular learning opportunities.
BY: Steffen Spitzner (Steffen.Spitzner@uni-due.de) AND Prof. Dr. Thomas Retzmann, Germany
Lecture (20 min)
1 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
17:00End of the Workshops
18:30Social Programme: Kristianstadt and Dinner

Friday August 24th Small changes may be possible due to unforeseen circumstances.
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Note: We are awaiting confirmation from the Danish National Bank regarding the keynote talk on Friday morning. If that does not take place, all Friday presentations will begin 35 minutes earlier than shown here.

09:00Announcements
09:10National Bank of Denmark

General session  
10:05Follow Up Workshop on the presentation of the National Bank: How to apply this in my classroom?
BY: Brent Kigner (brent.kigner@fh-kufstein.ac.at), Austria

1 Follow Up Workshop (70 minutes)   Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:05E-learning for Competency-based Sustainable Education in Ecological Economics
BY: Gillian Foster (gillian.foster@wu.ac.at), Austria
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 2  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:05Learning economics through role games
BY: Esmeralda Gassie (esmeralda.gassie-falzone@ac-paris.fr), France
Workshop (70 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
10:30Developing case studies in entrepreneurship education
BY: Ronald Kriedel (ronald.kriedel@tu-dortmund.de), Germany
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 1  
Researchers and academics.
11:20Coffee Break
11:45Workshop: First steps to found a student company: The Business Model Canvas
BY: Ute Grewe (ute.grewe@uni-tuebingen.de), Germany
Workshop (70 min)
1 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
11:45If You Think Business Subjects Are Easy, You're Probably Not Thinking Hard Enough
BY: Polly Glegg (p.glegg@ucl.ac.uk), United Kingdom
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 1   Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
11:45Macroscope: Let's visualize economics
BY: Magali Børsum (magali@macroscope.io), Norway
Workshop (70 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
12:35ACCOMPANYING ALONG THE WAY: THE EXPERIENCE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION MENTORING IN MALTA
BY: EMANUEL MIZZI (emanuel.mizzi@um.edu.mt), MALTA
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
13:00Lunch
14:00Inge R°pke on ecological economics

General session  
14:50Entrepreneurial behaviour and Entrepreneurial Education
BY: Theo Roos (vecon@yourchance.nl) AND Peter van der Veen, Netherlands
Workshop (70 min)
1 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
14:50Teaching Interdisciplinary Projects For Economics Education
BY: Julia Priess-Buchheit (julia.priess-buchheit@hs-coburg.de), Germany
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 2   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
14:50Discovering learning
BY: Richard de Jong (r.dejong2@casema.nl), Netherlands
Workshop (70 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
15:40What to do with confrontations in class ?
BY: Igor Martinache (igor.martinache@univ-lille1.fr), France
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 2  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:05Coffee Break
16:25Welcome Management
Workshop (70 min)
1 Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
16:25A Classroom Experiment: From Candy Price Index to Consumer Price Index
BY: Jen-Ruey Tsaur (jenrueyts@hotmail.com), Taiwan
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
16:25Choosing between being employed or self-employment: an active learning approach
BY: Coen Oosterbroek (coen.oosterbroek@han.nl), Netherlands
Interactive presentation (45 min)
3 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
17:15Teaching environmental macroeconomics to undergraduate students
BY: Paritosh Ghosh (paritosh.ghosh@rdc.ab.ca), Canada
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 2  
Researchers and academics.
17:15The Uni-Shop: New ways to develop, implement and evaluate integrative courses
BY: Joerg Hochmuth (jhochmuth@uni-potsdam.de) AND Benjamin Apelojg, Germany
Lecture (20 min)
3 Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
17:40Socialising with a bite and a drink
18:45End of the daily activities

Saturday August 25th Small changes may be possible due to unforeseen circumstances.
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09:00Announcements
09:10Przemyslaw Grzywa on Young Entrepreneurs

General session  
10:05Follow Up Workshop on Przemyslaw Grzywa's Presentation: How to apply this in my classroom?
BY: Theo Roos (vecon@yourchance.nl) AND Peter van der Veen, Netherlands

1 Follow Up Workshop (70 minutes)   Theme 1  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:05Is Lecture Capture benefiting (HE) students? An Empirical Investigation
BY: Carlos Cortinhas (c.cortinhas@exeter.ac.uk), United Kingdom
Lecture (20 min)
2 Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:05FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CULTURE IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
BY: LUCA REFRIGERI (luca.refrigeri@unimol.it), Italy
Lecture (20 min)
3 Theme 1   Theme 3  
Researchers and academics.
10:30Teaching Millennials: The Economics Instructor's Toolbox
BY: Julien Picault (Julien.Picault@ubc.ca), Canada
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
10:30Designing Classroom Experiments. An experimental intervention study on design criteria of experiments in economic education
BY: Marcus Allbauer (markus.allbauer@uni-oldenburg.de) AND Allbauer Markus, Germany
Interactive presentation (45 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
11:20Coffee Break
11:40A New Test of Economic Competence (TEC): Framework and Selected Results of Two Large-Scale Assessments in Germany
BY: Gunther Seeber (seeber@uni-landau.de), Germany
Interactive presentation (45 min)
1 Theme 1   Theme 4  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
11:40What subject knowledge, understanding and skills is necessary to enable students to become effective consumers, producers and citizens?
BY: Adrian Lyons (adrian.lyons@ofsted.gov.uk), United Kingdom
Interactive presentation (45 min)
2 Theme 2  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
11:40Silver Bullet; The use of Adaptive Learning Courseware
BY: Grace Seunghae Eau (graceo@gsu.edu), United States
Interactive presentation (45 min)
3 Theme 3  
Secondary school teachers.
Researchers and academics.
12:30Conference Closing