Publié le 8 janvier 2024 Mis à jour le 8 janvier 2024

du 1 juillet 2024 au 5 juillet 2024

KID2024 offers students theoretical and empirical lectures on knowledge dynamics, industry evolution, and economic development. Following its tradition, the school aims at attracting students interested in studying a broad range of subjects such as the emergence and persistence of innovation, entrepreneurship, firms’ growth, corporate governance and performance, geographical agglomeration of industrial activities, economics of science, smart cities, and environmental innovation. This year’s edition will devote particular attention to investigate the impact of AI (Artificial Intelligence) on the socio-economic context. KID 2024 is funded by CNRS, EUR ELMI - Université Côte d’Azur, EFELIA (3IA), and the PhD programme in Innovation for the Circular Economy (University of Torino). KID2024 has trained aorund 200 PhD students and postdocs. KID 2024 is an action of Eurkind, a research network focusing on how knowledge, innovation, and development should be articulated for a better society in Europe.


Benjamin F. Jones (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University)
Anthony Howell (Arizona State University)
Chiara Franzoni (Polytechnic of Milan)
Pelin Demirel (Imperial College)
Francesco Quatraro (University of Torino)
Simone Vannuccini (Université Cote d'Azur)
Lucile Sassatelli (Université Cote d'Azur)


The school welcomes Ph.D. students, postdocs, and young researchers. Participants to the summer school will benefit from lectures by highly reputed international scholars. Lectures will cover theoretical and empirical subjects with particular emphasis on up-to-date statistical and econometric techniques. Participants are also encouraged to present their work during dedicated student sessions. During these sessions, experts will discuss participants’ work providing constructive comments and suggesting possible publication strategies.


The 12th KID summer school will take place the 1-5 of July, 2024, at Le Saint Paul Hotel-Maison du Séminaire, 29 Bd Franck Pilatte, Nice (France).


PhD students, postdocs, and young researchers willing to attend the summer school can apply by submitting a unique PDF document including:
1) A motivation letter for attending the summer school
2) A research proposal (5 pages maximum) or a paper to present during the student presentation sessions.
Applications can be submitted at the following link:
Deadline for application: 31 March, 2024
Notification of acceptance: 2 May, 2024
Registration and accommodation fee payment: from 3 May to 3 June, 2024
Full paper submission: 3 June, 2024

Du 1 juillet 2024 00:00 au 5 juillet 2024