Past DEE Conferences
A separate index lists individual sessions within Economics Network conferences.
Hosted by Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. Keynote: Prof. Gail Hoyt, University of Kentucky
Held online. Keynote: Dame Frances Cairncross
Hosted by the University of Warwick. Keynote: Prof. David Colander, Middlebury College
Hosted by University College London. Keynotes: Jose Vazquez, University of Illinois; Jagjit Chadha, NIESR
Hosted by the University of Birmingham. Keynotes: Daniel Franklin, Executive editor, The Economist; Paul Johnson, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Hosted by the University of Exeter. Keynotes: John Kay, Financial Times; Charlie Bean, Deputy Governor, Bank of England; Paul Ormerod, Volterra Consulting
Hosted by the London School of Economics. Keynote: Prof. Diane Coyle, OBE, University of Manchester
Held in Cardiff. Keynotes: Robert Chote, Director, The Institute for Fiscal Studies; Rachel Lomax, Former Deputy Governor, Bank of England; Vicky Pryce, Joint Head of the Government Economic Service
(This year onwards, name changed to "Developments in Economics Education")
Held in Cambridge. Keynotes: Tim Harford, FT's "Undercover Economist"; Prof. David F. Hendry, Oxford University; Andy Ross, Government Economic Service and HM Treasury
Held in Cambridge. Keynotes: Prof. Charles Holt, University of Virginia; Sir John Vickers, Chairman of the Office of Fair Trading; Prof. Monojit Chatterji, University of Dundee
Hosted by Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. Keynotes: Edward Lucas, The Economist's Education correspondent; David Smith, The Sunday Times' Economics Editor; William Keegan, The Observer's Economics Editor; Prof. Bill Becker, Indiana University; Prof. Michael K. Salemi, University of North Carolina
Launched as the "Developments in Economics and Business Education" conference, in partnership with Biz/ed.
Hosted by the University of Bristol. Keynotes: Evan Davis, BBC Economics Editor; Paul Ormerod, Volterra Consulting; Peter Day, BBC Business Correspondent, plus Andy Beharrell and John Sloman substituting for Bill Goffe and Bob Parks who were unable to travel from the US.