ISIGrowth results has been presented at the 10th EMAEE Conference, held in Strasbourg from May 31 to June 3
The persistence of the current economic crisis in most of European countries combined with the environmental and social challenges the world is facing has led a growing number of academics to question the relevance of the traditional orthodox economic models. In particular these models appeared not to be suitable for describing economic processes in a changing environment. Hence, a renewal of the economic toolbox as well as theoretical frame becomes necessary.
These are the challenges that the 10th European Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE), held in Strasbourg, from May 31 to June 3 2017, has taken up. ISIGrowth’s Andrea Roventini was among the key-speakers of the Conference with a speech – June 1st – titled “Climate change and economic dynamics: the Schumpeter meeting Keynes integrated assessment model”. The ISIGrowth project findings have been presented also during other sessions of the Conference.
The EMAEE (European Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics) is a biennial international conference aiming at promoting the work of researchers in the field of innovation and economic dynamics, in the light of evolutionary and more generally heterodox methods and theories.