Poznań Summer School in Heterodox Economics

2nd edition

Economic Policy and Complexity”

September 29, 2017 to October 3

Poznań University of Economics and Business



The School is intended for PhD Students and early-career researchers interested in heterodox approaches to studying complex economic phenomena. We provide an international learning environment for those interested in deepening their knowledge of heterodox economics or considering applying it to their own research area. Over five days, participants will have an opportunity of attending lectures, presenting their findings and ideas, as well as discussing them with highly competent faculty.  They will also take part in workshops or seminars that will improve their analytical skills.


This year will focus on post-Keynesian, institutional and evolutionary perspectives of economic policy. The full programme and short description of topics can be found below.


Confirmed speakers:

- WOLFRAM ELSNER (University of Bremen)

- MAGDA FONTANA (University of Turin)

- STEVE KEEN (Kingston University)

- ZOFIA ŁAPNIEWSKA (Glasgow Caledonian University)

- PAOLO RAMAZZOTTI (University of Macerata)

- LOUIS-PHILIPPE ROCHON (Laurentian University, Review of Keynesian Economics)

- GUILLAUME VALLET (University of Grenoble Alpes)


The School is organized by the Poznań University of Economics and Business, in cooperation with the European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy. For more information, please contact the Organizing Committee through email: or facebook.


ONGOING RECRUITMENT -  please send us an email to check if places are still available


Application form can be found below and should be sent to:


School fee: 150 euro/650 zł

Fees include lunches and coffee breaks. Budget accommodation can be provided by organizers upon request.


Deadline for payment: June 30th, 2017.