Our courses are aimed for students who are up for a challenging and academically rigorous program.

The relative small classes make it easy to interact with the lecturers and to fully explore the specific field.

We’ll post new course and program information in January 2019.

List of 2018 Summer Courses (in chronological order):

Economics of Health Inequality | June 25-29

Research on Productivity, Trade, & Growth: Theory and Practice | July 2-6

Introduction in Genome-Wide Data Analysis | July 23-27

Crash Course in Experimental Economics | August 20-25

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Impression of summer course ‘Research on Productivity, Trade, and Growth: Theory and Practice’ 2017