Events

Our conferences, workshops and training

Virtual Symposium, 2020

We are running a virtual symposium on online teaching and learning, with the first sessions taking place in June. Many videos and case studies are archived at the above link.

The next session is on Adaptable Assessment and runs from 7 September onwards, with a live session on 16 September. Follow the link to contribute or to register.

DEE Conference

The Network hosts the biennial Developments in Economics Education (DEE) Conference.

DEE 2021 will take place at Heriot-Watt University on 1st–3rd September.

DEE 2019 took place at the University of Warwick on 11th–13th September.

 


Past conferences: DEE 2019 | DEE 2017DEE 2015DEE 2013DEE 2011DEE 2009DEE 2007DEBE 2005DEBE 2003DEBE 2001

Early Careers Workshop

This year, our training for early careers staff will be online and in a modular format. This training is interactive and focused on innovative and effective teaching, designed for lecturers in the first few years of teaching.

Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshops

This year, our training for GTAs will take place online and in a modular format. 

Been to an Economics Network workshop?

Retrieve handouts, slides and other materials from Economics Network events you have attended, and access relevant discussion forums to stay in touch with other attendees.

Supporters' events

The Royal Economic Society

The RES Conference planned for 6-8 April 2020 has been cancelled. The next conference will take place in 2021 at Queen's University, Belfast. 

For event details, see the Royal Economic Society events diary.

Scottish Economic Society

See the Scottish Economic Society events page for details on the conference and other events.

Educational Seminar Series

Other economics teaching events

Events calendars

Past Economics Network events

Further information on past Economics Network events, including conferences and workshops.

The Economics Network was a partner in University of East Anglia's Ecuator seminars.

Twitter archives

Our events attract a lot of Twitter commentary. We keep archives of live Twitter discussions from events we run or support.