“Labour and Welfare in the Post COVID-19 Era” Summer School July 4-8 2022 at the University of Rome; application deadline June 6th!

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The EAEPE – INET – APPEAL Summer School is open to PhD students and early-career researchers working in particular in the field of institutional and evolutionary analysis, with a special focus this year on labour economics and welfare, and the impact of Covid-19. In the spirit of pluralism characteristic of the organizing associations, many Research Areas are relevant and contributions from all fields using institutional, multidisciplinary approaches are welcome. Lectures by internationally renowned scholars will be given in the morning, while afternoons will be devoted to presentations by advanced PhD students and early-career researchers, who will thus benefit from comments and suggestions from experts in the field.

Application: PhD students can apply by uploading their CV using the online submission form. Advanced PhD students and early-career researchers who would like to present their work can submit their proposal or paper along with their CV using the online submission form.

No Summer School Fee: Participants are requested to be EAEPE, APPEAL or INET members. For PhD students and those with a gross personal income less than 10,000€ per year a Special Rate EAEPE Membership is available, at the price of 25€. More information here.

Special conditions for researchers and students from Ukrainian institutions apply. Contact the organizers at

Hotel Accommodation (at Villa Benedetta): Single and double rooms are available, at special prices for the Summer School students. First come, first served policy applies. Rates are the following:

Single room (with external and private toilet)

183 €

Single (larger) room (with internal toilet)

255 €

Double room (with internal toilet)

228 €

Deadline for application: June 6, 2022
Successful candidates will be notified by June 10th

Pasquale Tridico (Roma Tre University); Sebastiano Fadda (Roma Tre University); Daniele Checchi (INPS – Direzione centrale Studi e ricerche); Silvia Ciucciovino (Roma Tre University); Fabrizio Antenucci (University of L’Aquila); Riccardo Pariboni (University of Siena); Walter Paternesi Meloni (University of Naples – “Federico II”); Luigi Salvati (Roma Tre University)

Anna Chadwick (University of Glasgow); Daniele Checchi (INPS – Direzione centrale Studi e ricerche); Sebastiano Fadda (Roma Tre University); John D. Haskell (University of Manchester); Sergio Levrero (Roma Tre University); Ugo Mattei (UC Hastings College of the Law); Jamee Moudud (Sarah Lawrence College); Michele Raitano (Sapienza University of Rome); Pasquale Tridico (Roma Tre University); Jelle Visser (University of Amsterdam)