QED: Network of distinguished schools of economics from across Europe
The QED is a networking program that organizes jamborees – work in progress workshops that gather participants from all partner institutions – as an integral part of the training.
Every year PhD candidates and Faculty members represented at these jamborees present and discuss their work and also contribute with comments and input in the various discussions.
PhD candidates can contact their local QED coordinators if they are interested in an exchange term or short stay visits at one of the QED partner universities.
The next workshop takes place in May 2024 and will be hosted by the University of Amsterdam.
Read about the members of the network below.
Alicante is the second largest city in the Valencian Region and is the capital of the southern most of the three Valencian provinces.
The University of Alicante
For a presentation of the University of Alicante - please see the main website of The University of Alicante.
The Department of Economics
For a presentation of the department - please consult the website:
Departamento de Fundamentos del Análisis Económico
Program in Quantitative Economics
Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, one of Europe's smaller countries. The colourful and lively city has a lot to offer - it has all the advantages of a major metropolitan centre but with a ‘small village atmosphere.
The University of Amsterdam
For a presentation of the University of Amsterdam - please see the main website of The University of Amsterdam.
The School of Economics
For a presentation of the department - please consult the website of The Amsterdam School of Economics
Bielefeld is the biggest city within the region of East Westphalia („Ostwestfalen-Lippe") and with its 315.000 inhabitants is the region's economic and cultural centre.
The University of Bielefeld
For a presentation of the University of Bielefeld
- please see the main website of University of Bielefeld
The Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
For a presentation of the faculty - please consult the website of Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact: QED@wiwi.uni-bielefeld.de
Cardiff University first opened its doors on October 24, 1883 and is now recognised in independent government assessments as one of Britain's leading teaching and research universities.
For a presentation of the University of Cardiff - please see the main website of Cardiff University.
Cardiff Business School
The Economics section of Cardiff Business School is responsible for the teaching and research in economics at Cardiff University. A variety of programmes are available at undergraduate and postgraduate level, together with a 2+2 PhD programme.
The section has 33 faculty (including 16 professors) whose research interests include: macroeconomics; finance; econometrics; labour; trade; growth and development; R&D and innovations; regional and industrial economics; and economic and business history. They are involved with a number of Business School institutes and centres, including:
- Julian Hodge Institute of Applied Macroeconomics
- Welsh Institute of Research in Economics and Development
- Welsh Economy Research Unit
- Accounting and Business History Research Unit
The research activity of members of the section has resulted in publications in a wide range of economics, econometrics and economic/business history journals.
The faculty is also heavily involved in policy-relevant work, including participation in the IEA Shadow Monetary Policy Committee, advice to WAG, and related studies on projects in Wales.
The University of Copenhagen is located in the capital of Denmark. Copenhagen is the largest city in Scandinavia with a population of over 1.5 million.
The University of Copenhagen
For a presentation of the University of Copenhagen - please see the main website of The University of Copenhagen.
The Faculty of Social Sciences
For a presentation of the faculty - please consult the website of The Faculty of social Sciences.
The Department of Economics
Research at the Department of Economics covers a wide range of subjects, with Economic Theory as the common starting point. Central areas of research are: Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Econometrics, Empirical Economics, History of Economics, and Economic Development and statistics.
For a presentation of the department - please consult the website of The Department of Economics
MSc in Economics
Founded in 1978, the Faculdade de Economia of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa leads Portugal in the teaching and research of Economics and Business Administration disciplines.
Read more about the university on the website of Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Nova School of Business and Economics
Read more about the facultyr on the website of Nova School of Business and Economics
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact:
Communication and Information Office: Information Office (or +351 21 380 16 38)
or the PhD program team:
QEM Master Erasmus Mundus (Erasmus Mundus Master: Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics). All courses of this master are in English
Economie Panthéon-Sorbonne: the page of the doctoral program in economics in Paris 1.
Since 1995, the QED workshops took place as follows:
Click on link to see program.
- Alicante 1995
- Vienna 1996
- Lisbon 1997
- Copenhagen 1998
- Bielefeld 1999
- Vienna 2000
- Venice 2001
- Alicante 2002
- Lisbon 2003
- Copenhagen 2004
- Bielefeld 2005
- Vienna 2006
- Venice 2007
- Paris1 2008
- Amsterdam 2009
- Alicante 2010
- Lisbon 2011
- Copenhagen 2012
- Vienna 2013
- Bielefeld 2014
- Cardiff 2015
- Amsterdam 2016
- Paris 2017
- Alicante 2018
- Lisbon 2019
- Vienna 2022
- Copenhagen 2023
The time of the workshop is usually one of the first weekends in May.