Harwood Graduate Colloquium Application
These four-day events are intended for graduate students and consist of a combination of interactive discussions and provocative lectures based on pre-assigned readings. Participants are given ample time to interact with each other and prominent scholars.
Our goal is to encourage promising graduate students to push the frontiers in their understanding of governance institutions, forge new research collaborations, and network with their peers and established scholars from this field.
Upon successful completion of the colloquium, participants are awarded an honorarium ($1000 for US & Canada / $1500 for others).
Meals and accommodations at AIER’s campus are provided.
Topics vary by year and may include: Alternative Governance, Monetary Policy, Economic Freedom, The Business Cycle, Economic Methodology, and Property Rights.
Thank you for your interest in participating in an upcoming Harwood Graduate Colloquium at AIER.
Applications are welcome throughout the year and are reviewed on a rolling basis. Invitations are typically sent four months prior to each colloquia.
2021 Colloquia Dates and Topics (preliminary schedule):
- March 8 – 12: Fundamentals of Classical Liberalism (in association with College of Charleston)
- March 18 – 21: Economic Freedom and The Environment
- June 25 – 29: Sound Money
- July 6 – 9: Methodology, Markets, and Government
Questions? Email [email protected]