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EconEd 2020 is going virtual!

Building Community, Sharing Insights, and Making Sense of the World

Join us at EconEd to be a part of compelling conversations on how 2020 has changed the way we teach economics and what we can learn from this new landscape. Our distinguished speakers will touch on everything from the global response to COVID-19, to the influence of Black Lives Matter, and strides to make the field more inclusive. Even though EconEd will be virtual this year, you can still expect the most relevant and pertinent topics, as well as engage in the sharing of teaching insights, as we’ve done all of the years prior.


Areas of Focus & Discussion

COVID-19



Racial Justice



Economic Impact



Online Teaching



Inclusive Field




Sneak Peek of our Super-Star Line-Up

Tyler Cowen
Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics
George Mason University

 

Justin Wolfers
Professor of Economics
University of Michigan

 

Betsey Stevenson
Professor of Economics
University of Michigan

 

Paul Krugman
Distinguished Professor of Economics, Graduate Center of the City University of New York
Columnist for The New York Times

 

Eric Chiang
Professor of Economics
Florida Atlantic University

 

Attend Using GoToWebinar

GoToWebinar is a online webinar platform that allows us to connect with you online.


Reserve Your Virtual Seat!

This is a free event, but seats will be limited for some sessions.

Register for the conference and we will be reaching out in coming weeks so you can register for sessions. Session registration will be first come, first served.


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