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3rd Workshop Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence (IQQE) using Social Simulation Event

Date:
28 - 29 May 2020
Venue:
Southampton Business School

Event details

We are pleased to announce that the 3rd Workshop Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence (IQQE) using Social Simulation, which will take place on 28 – 29 May 2020 at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom.

Following-up the successful 1st workshop organised in April 2019, at the Lorentz Centre, the Netherlands and the 2nd workshop organised in November 2019, at the Centre for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA) Special Interest Groups (SIG) on Using Qualitative Data to Inform Behavioural Rules (Qual2Rule), is organising the 3rd Workshop on Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence (IQQE) using Social Simulation which will bring together researchers to present and discuss their research. Specifically, the main objectives of this workshop are:

  • to facilitate face to face interaction in order to continue or start collaboration on specific projects (focused publication, grant proposals, journal special issue, further workshops etc.);
  • to provide an arena where work progress, results or preliminary drafts of work can be presented in order to receive feedback; and
  • to further the strategical development of the field.

Conference admission is free of charge. Lunch & refreshments during breaks will be provided free of charge. However, you will need to arrange your travel and accommodation. The place is limited, to attend please send an email to both b.s.s.onggo@soton.ac.uk and melania.borit@uit.no stating what you can contribute to the workshop and what you expect from the workshop.

We are very much look forward to seeing you this May in Southampton.

 

Workshop organiser

  • Stephan Onggo (Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, UK)
  • Bruce Edmonds (Centre for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK)
  • Melania Borit (Norwegian College of Fisheries Science, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway)
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