Projects

What are projects?

Throughout the year, YSI’ers organize projects to further their research interests. Some happen online, others take place in-person. Some are one-offs, others are structured as a series. Sometimes, projects consist of peer-to-peer discussions. Other times, a senior scholar is invited to join.

Can I attend?

Virtual projects are always open to anyone interested at any time.  For in-person projects, it varies. Local meet-ups are open to anyone who wants to show up. Workshops and pre-conferences typically involve an application process. Selected young scholars are usually invited to present and may receive support towards their travel. 

YSI @ Agent-Based Models In Economics Seasonal School 2024 | UFRJ

Instituto de Economia da UFRJ Avenida Pasteur, 250, Palácio Universitário, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The economy is a complex evolving system, thus its analysis requires tools that can take into account all dimensions relevant to such a complex world. As young researchers, we often …

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Meeting of Young Minds in Frontiers of Economics

The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB), Mumbai, India, India

The subject matter of Economics has been undergoing rapid change during the last two decades with the advent of new technologies and new methods of production and distribution. Several economies …

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Walter Rodney’s “How Europe underdeveloped Africa”

SOAS, University of London , United Kingdom

SOAS and UCL scholars are getting together to discuss the book "How Europe underdeveloped Africa" in Central London. The book is an exploration of how European colonialism and exploitation shaped African economies. Rodney digs into the historical roots of underdevelopment, shedding light on the impact of the slave trade, colonial rule, and economic exploitation. The …

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6th International Innovation in the BRICS Public Sector CONFERENCE

Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Raipur Abhanpur, Chhattisgarh, India

The BRICS bloc, comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, represents over 25% of the world's GDP and 42% of its population. By 2030, these nations are expected to …

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Start your own project!

If you’d like to take an active role in your Working Group, you can become an Organizer, and run your own Webinars, Workshops, and other projects. Coordinators are there to support you.