The London School of Economics is based just off Aldwych in central London, close to major cultural attractions such as theatreland, the West End, the Royal Opera House, the British Library and British Museum. The student community at LSE is one of the most internationally diverse in the world, with students from 145 countries living and studying on campus. The School's students are drawn from all over the world, and from all social, educational and ethnic backgrounds. The total student population at LSE is around 8,600 full time and 800 part time, 55 per cent of whom are studying at postgraduate level. Approximately 5,000 new students enrol in September each year.
DEE2011 will take place in the New Academic Building at 24 Kingsway, at the junction with Sardinia Street. The building was opened on 5 November 2008. It is one of the most environmentally friendly buildings in the area.
The conference will not have a designated computer room, however wifi will be avaiable throughout the conference venue and delegates are welcome to bring their own laptops.
Maps and directions
Note that accommodation is not included in the attendance fee for the conference.
We are very grateful to the London School of Economics
and Political Science for their generous sponsorship of this conference.