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The EET project was presented in the framework of several international events addressed to lecturers, researchers, students at higher education level. Below is a list of the most relevant events where a presentation of the EET project was made and its results discussed.
The EE-T Project Final Conference Pisa, Italy 12-14 September 2013
EE-T at the History of Economics Society Annual Meeting Vancouver, Canada 20-22 June 2013
EE-T at the international ESHET Conference Kingston Hill, UK 16 May 2013
EE-T project presented during a radio broadcasting Italy 7 May 2013
EE-T Project presented at 12th Conference of the Italian Association for the History of Economic Thought (AISPE) Florence, Italy 21-23 February 2013
The EE-T Project at the Erasmus Coordinators Meeting in Brussels Brussels, Belgium 10-11 December 2012
The EE-T project presented at National Conference on Translations Pisa, Italy 29-30 November 2012
The EE-T project at the Summer School on the History of Economic Thought Lille, France 3-8 September 2012
The EE-T project at the Didactics of Economic History Meeting Salamanca, Spain 21-22 June 2012
The EE-T project at the International Conference on Economics and Administration ICEA 2012 Bucharest, Romania 8-9 June 2012
The EE-T project at the Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought St. Petersburg, Russia 17-19 May 2012
EET at the International Symposium in Bucharest Bucharest, Romania 19 May 2012


15 September 2013 The EET International Conference

The international conference entitled Translations of Economic Texts into and from European Languages, organized in the framework of the EE-T project, was held at the University of Pisa (Italy) on 11 to 13 September. The aim of the conference was to present the results of researches carried out throughout Europe on the international circulation of economic ideas through translations and adaptations of economic texts. The three days event was attended by around 100 participants representing: lecturers, researchers, students in the field of history of economic thought. More information is available in the Events section