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❓How do we integrate broad economic and interdisciplinary thinking into our economics education?

❓How do I work with (head) teachers, professors and program directors from other universities and faculties to further develop economics education?

❗Op Tuesday, November 19 several universities, in conjunction with Economics Education Week, are organizing a day revolving around these questions. 

In several sessions, faculty, professors and academics come together to share examples, developments and insights. With deans and program directors, we reflect on these sessions and discuss what this means for their faculties.

Would you like to contribute to the wo-day? Email Femmy van den Elsaker, or sign up directly!


View the list of activities for teaching professionals at university economics programs here:


Find inspiration for enriching economics courses at universities here:
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