- Our conferences, workshops and training
- Supporters' events
- Other economics teaching events
- Events calendars
- Past Economics Network events
Our conferences, workshops and training
The next workshops for graduate teaching assistants/tutors will take place in Autumn 2018. These workshops are now endorsed by the Royal Economic Society and Scottish Economic Society.
The Network hosts the biennial Developments in Economics Education (DEE) Conference (formerly DEBE).
This is an interactive two-day event focused on innovative and effective teaching, designed for lecturers in the first few years of teaching. The second day is a practice-based workshop, also open to graduate teaching assistants.
The Royal Economic Society
The next RES PhD Meeting and Job Market will take place 18-19 December 2018. The deadline for submission of papers is 1 October.
The next RES Conference is 15-17 April 2019 at the University of Warwick. The deadline for paper submissions is 7 October.
For event details, see the Royal Economic Society events diary
Scottish Economic Society
See the Scottish Economic Society events page for their annual conference and other events
Educational Seminar Series
- University of East Anglia's Ecuator Events
- University College London's CTALE (Centre for Teaching and Learning Economics) Events
Other economics teaching events
- 14th Annual Economics Teaching Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, USA; October 25 – 26, 2018
- The Ninth Annual AEA Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education (CTREE), St. Louis, Missouri, USA; May 29 – 31, 2019
- Inomics database of economics conferences: searchable according to time, location and JEL classification
- Royal Economic Society conference diary
Past Economics Network events
A one-day symposium to bring together economists from academia, the media and government to discuss the difficulties of communicating and discussing economics with the general public.
Follow the link for further information on past Economics Network events, including conferences and workshops.
Our events attract a lot of Twitter commentary. We keep archives of live Twitter discussions from events we run or support.