For further questions please contact the Summer University of the New Economics coordinator, Mr. Youcef Maouchi.

Adresse :

Batiment Laennec
Europole de L’Arbois
BP 80
F-13545 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 4

Email :
Phone: +33 673 354 938
Fax : +33 442 908 535

Unable to attend the Summer University of the New Economics but you would like to contribute to IES Scholarship Program to support student attendance? All donations are warmly welcomed, and for every €100 received we can greet an additional student.

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This Summer University is a great and unique opportunity to debate and exchange on issues of economic policy with leading researchers known for their critical thinking, by their refusal to take the beaten track, by their rejecting the "scientific" waffling and finally by their academic rigor. — Nouh El Harmouzi, Lecturer at the University of Kenitra, Morocco

Attending the Aix-en-Provence’s summer university has been a great experience : it was a unique opportunity to meet people from all over Europe, hear lectures from renowned economists and classical liberalism specialists, and have a chance to speak with them in a friendly atmosphere. — Barthélémy Bonadio, Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail

The Summer University in Aix is a great place to meet outstanding scholars and learn about the beauty of markets and liberty. There is only one place where you can combine some days of great intellectual input, making new friends from all over the world, and enjoying southern France in summer - the Summer University of New Economics in aix! — Frederik Cyrus Roeder, University of Bayreuth

The Summer University of the New Economics in Aix offers a both intellectual and friendly environment where fundamental questions about the form and role of economic relationships in our society are the centre of the debate. — Koos van der Tang, Free University of Amsterdam

Summer University in Aix Is a fantastic programme with a long-standing tradition; it is *the place to be* for all classical liberal scholars. — Dr Dalibor Rohac, Legatum Institute, London