Conference 2020

The student paper sessions are one of the highlights of the PPE Conference! 

UPDATE: the deadline for submitting the abstracts of your research papers already expired!

Seven of the students who submitted their paper will have the unique opportunity to present their research at the PPE Conference in front of a diverse audience of experts, young scholars and students, making it great
practice for any career you are aspiring towards, but especially one in scientific research.

We welcome advanced Bachelor students, Master students as well as PhD candidates from different academic backgrounds (politics, economics and philosophy, law and sociology). 

PPE Best Paper Award

The PPE Center for Social and Institutional Change - CSIC (formerly WIWA) believes in aspiring young students. We invited applications for the ‘PPE best paper award’, endowed by the Board of Trustees of Witten/Herdecke University. A committee consisting of members of the CSIC and the PPE Conference organization committee will choose the most creative, innovative, convincing and relevant paper out of all submissions as the one that will receive this award. The best paper will be endowed with 500 euros!

The award ceremony will take place as part of the PPE Conference on Saturday 18th April 2020

The Center for Social and Institutional Change (CSIC) is an interdisciplinary research institute at the Faculty of Management and Economics and focuses on social issues at the interface between society, economy and politics. Social issues such as climate change, financial and economic crises, European integration or mass migration are complex phenomena. It is therefore essential to approach these issues from various scientific perspectives in order to be able to comprehend the complexity of major issues and to develop appropriate solutions.

Learn more about the CSIC.

PPE young scholars award for social and institutional change

Also for the first time in 2020, the CSIC (former WIWa) will announce the " PPE young scholars award for social and institutional change”, endowed by the Board of Trustees of Witten/Herdecke University. The prize is awarded to young scientists who by their ideas are already able to contribute to the methodological and thematic diversity of economics, political science, and philosophy. 

The award ceremony will take place as part of the PPE Conference on Saturday 18 April 2020 at Witten/Herdecke University, Germany.

You can find more information on the website of the CSIC.