e3c Summer School



Behavioural insights for development

Summer School


As part of the Conference on Human Capital Investments, Middlesex University, Loyola and Fundación  ETEA offer to all early career researchers registered in the Conference a block of three courses on 

  • Development Economics
  • Climate Change
  • Networks

These courses will be taught by six experts and will focus on the black box behind lab, lab-in-the-field,  and field experiments, as well as behind network analysis. 

These courses will share with the attendees what expert academics have learned “on the way” and is  usually not taught in standard PhD courses. You will learn how to start thinking and designing your  own experiment, how to contribute to the design and implementation of randomised control trials,  as well as how to create your own network dataset. 


Programme of Short Courses

Day  Time / Topic  Speaker
22nd June 


10:00h – 12:00h 

Development Economics 

César Mantilla 

(Universidad del Rosario)

12:00h – 14:00h 

Development Economics

Ericka Rascón-Ramirez  

(Middlesex University London)

15:00h – 17:00h 

Climate Change

Filippos Exadaktylos  

(Universidad Loyola)

23rd June 


8:00h – 16:30h CONFERENCE 
17:00 – 19:00h 

Climate Change 

Juana de Castro  

(Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona)

24th June 


8:00h – 16:30h CONFERENCE 
17:00 – 19:00h 


Jaromír Kovářík  

(Universidad del País Vasco)

25th June 


10:00h – 12:00h 


Lorenzo Ductor  

(Universidad de Granada)