Kraków, Poland

Forecasting in the Complex, Turbulent World

when 1 July 2024 - 12 July 2024
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 650

The course covers some essential methodological issues for the discipline of forecasting, like structuring the forecasting problem, identifying the forecaster’s theoretical assumptions, choosing adequate analytical tools, etc. On the other hand, these methodological issues are confronted with the knowledge of psychological mechanisms involved in the process of formulating judgments and opinions about the future (mental frames, heuristics and cognitive biases, cognitive-motivational mechanisms) that may distort its rationality.

Course leader

Łukasz Paw, PhD, Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Target group

The course is inteded for students of all levels.

Course aim

This course provides students with knowledge of fundamental methodological issues concerning forecasting in a complex, fast-changing international environment.

Fee info

EUR 650: The participant pays fees for:
a) participation in three selected courses with accommodation (7 days) and meals EUR 650
b) participation in three selected courses without accommodation with meals EUR 570
c) participation in three selected courses with accommodation (7 days) without meals EUR 620
d) participation in three courses without accommodation and meals EUR 450
e) each subsequent course EUR 150
f) optional trip EUR 50


No scholarships will be provided.