Marco Piovesan to teach PhD course on 'How to Survive and Prosper as a Young Academic in Economics'
Marco Piovesan to teach PhD course on “How to Survive and Prosper as a Young Academic in Economics” at Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin
Research is hard. It is hard for everyone, even for the best researchers. There is no rule, magic recipe or template: you have to learn it by trial and error, mostly error. Moreover, there is also a lot of misinformation and false beliefs about our profession and daily job.
This course is designed to help PhD students to reflect and discuss about their scientific career in Economics. At the end of this course students should have a clear(er) idea of what they need to turn their PhD in a job.”
• Analyse the process of doing a PhD in Economics and reflect on what the market expects from a PhD student;
• Map professional competences and develop a concrete plan to meet career goals;
• Practice your writing and presentation skills;
• Discuss how to manage pressure and maintain a work/life balance.