NCCR On the move: Summer School 2016 "Measuring Discrimination" / Call for applications

08 March 2016

The first NCCR Summer School will take place in Neuchatel, Switzerland, from 22 to 26 August 2016. It will be dedicated to methodological questions and challenges connected with measuring discrimination of minorities at large. Particular emphasis will be placed on methods such as correspondence testing, factorial survey experiments, implicit association tests and surveys. Leading experts in the field of discrimination studies will present a wide range of approaches and tools to help doctoral and postdoctoral students expand their understanding of discrimination.


Deadline for Application
We encourage early registration as the number of participants is limited to 16. Deadline for application is 15 March 2016.

Call for applications (PDF)
Application form (Word)

Cancelation Policy
Registration fee is CHF 300. In the event of cancelation by the participant, the following terms apply:

  • Cancelations made prior to 15 July 2016: Full refund, but an administrative fee of CHF 50 will be deducted.
  • Cancelations made between 16 July and 31 July 2016: Refund of fifty percent, but an administrative fee of CHF 50 will be deducted.
  • Cancelations made after 1 August 2016: No refund.

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