Masters-Level Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality 2018, Chicago

29/03/2018 Team IPPA



The 2018 Summer School on Socioeconomic Inequality at The University of Chicago will provide an overview on the study of inequality. The program is open to Masters students from around the world. Participants will learn about the integration between psychological and sociological insights into the foundations of human behaviour and conventional economic models. Through rigorous lectures, students will be trained on various tools needed to study the issue of inequality. 


The Summer School will be held from July 30th to August 3rd, 2018


A $3,000 program fee will cover student lodging for the week, daily breakfast and lunch, two all-participant dinners, and one group outing in Chicago. For local students not in need of housing, the program fee is $2,300. Students are expected to cover travel costs to and from the Summer School and any additional expenses they may incur. 


Please click here to apply.

Applications are due April 9, 2018.

Decisions will be sent out on April 27, 2018.