LEOH - the "Lectures on the Economics of Organizations and Human Resources" - is a series of annual summer schools for graduate students and faculty in economics and management science.
From 2019 onwards, LEOH will officially serve as the two-day summer academy of the
Committee for Organizational Economics
of the German Economic Association (“Verein für Socialpolitik”), and it will take place in conjunction with the Committee’s annual workshop.
LEOH was founded in 2015 by Florian Englmaier (LMU Munich), Guido Friebel (Goethe University Frankfurt), and Dirk Sliwka (University of Cologne), who continue to serve as its program committee.
Each year, the LEOH lecturer is an internationally renowned scholar who has contributed substantially to the economics of organizations and human resources. LEOH consists of lectures and poster sessions where participants may present research projects. However, each year there are also a number of other tenured professors attending LEOH. Hence, there is ample opportunity for feedback and networking. LEOH participants may also apply for attending the Committee’s annual workshop and for presenting a paper there.
Information on upcoming events can be found on the homepage of the Committee for Organizational Economics: