10th International workshop on Cooperative and Responsible Finance for Development | Registrations are now open
20-21 June 2019, Trento, Italy
Euricse announces the organization of the 10th Euricse International Workshop on Cooperative and Responsible Finance for Development. The workshop, organized in collaboration with the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Trento and Federcasse (Italian Federation of Cooperative Credit Banks), with the support of EACB (the European Association of Co-operative Banks), will be held in Trento, Italy on June 20th and 21st, 2019.
The registrations are now open for the 10th Workshop on Cooperative Finance and Sustainable Development.
The participation is free of charge but for organizational reasons the registration is necessary before June 14th.
The draft version of the workshop programme is available here.
Participants can enjoy discounted rates for hotels. Here the list of affiliated hotels.
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