BICEPS/SSE Riga Pētnieciskie semināri

Joint BICEPS and SSE Riga Seminar Series welcomes researchers working on theoretical or empirical topics in all fields, but especially on transitional economies. If you are interested in presenting your research in our research seminar series, please e-mail your proposal to Nicolas Gavoille at nicolas.gavoille[at]

Seminars 2023/2024

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2023-09-14 Konstantins Benkovskis (Bank of Latvia and SSE Riga) Understanding How Job Retention Schemes Reshape the Skill Profile of Labor within Firms 611 17:00-18:30
2023-08-24 Alminas Žaldokas (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Kamikazes in Public Procurements 411 17:00-18:30

Seminars 2022/2023

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2023-05-25 Fabio Padovano (University of Rennes and University of Roma III) Education, Fake News and the Political Budget Cycle 507 17:00-18:30
2023-04-13 Chloé Le Coq (Université Paris-Panthéon-Assas and Stockholm School of Economics) Market Transparency Through a Common Data Platform 611 17:00-18:30
2023-03-30 Andris Saulītis (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia) Nudging or Gambling to Save? A Field Experiment on Savings Behaviour 411 17:00 – 18:30
2023-02-16 Ellam Kulati (Centre for Economic Analysis (CenEA), University of Warsaw, Quantitative Psychology and Economics (QPE)) Ageing and Urban Demand for Existing Homes 411 17:00 – 18:30
2022-12-15 Jose Garcia-Louzao (Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius University, CESifo) Employee-Owned Firms, First Work Experience, and Young Workers’ Careers 611 17:00 – 18:30
2022-12-05 Hamza Bennani (Nantes University, French Council of Economic Analysis) Too Complex to Digest? Federal Tax Bills and Their Processing in US Financial Markets 411 12:00 – 13:30
2022-11-24 Anikó Bíró (Institute of Economics, Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungary) Firm Heterogeneity and the Impact of Payroll Taxes 411 17:00 – 18:30
2022-10-27 Konstantins Benkovskis (Bank of Latvia and SSE Riga) Did Job Retention Schemes Save Jobs during the COVID-19 Pandemic? Firm-level Evidence from Latvia 611 17:00 – 18:30
2022-09-15 Karsten Staehr (Tallinn University of Technology, Bank of Estonia) Economic Growth (Regimes) and Capital Flows in the Baltic States 611 17:00 – 18:30

Seminars 2021/2022

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2021-10-13 Ija Trapeznikova (Royal Holloway) Vacancies, Employment Outcomes and Firm Growth: Evidence from Denmark 611 17:00 – 18:30

Seminars 2019/2020

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2020-04-02 Oskar Kowalewski (IESEG, Paris) Local banks as difficult to replace SME lenders: Evidence from bank corrective programs 611 CANCELLED!
2020-03-19 Chloé Le Coq (SITE, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas) Modelling the population of collusive firms 611 CANCELLED!
2020-03-05 Ludmila Fadejeva (Bank of Latvia) Wealth Distribution and Monetary Policy 611 17:00-18:30
2020-02-20 Mark Gamsa (Tel Aviv University) The Early History of Gold Mining in the Russian Far East and Northeast China 611 17:00-18:30
2020-02-06 Carsten Sprenger (NES) Does Nationalization Work? Evidence from Government Takeovers in Russia 611 17:00-18:30
2020-01-23 Michal Myck (CenEA) Lights along the frontier: convergence of economic activity in the proximity of the Polish-German border, 1992-2012 611 17:00-18:30
2020-01-09 Adam Gulan (Bank of Finland) Can large trade shocks cause crises? The case of the Finnish-Soviet trade collapse 611 17:00-18:30
2019-12-05 Swapnil Singh (Bank of Lithuania) Economic Development, the Nutrition Trap and Metabolic Disease 611 17:00-18:30
2019-11-21 Michal Rubaszek (Warsaw School of Economics) Private rental housing market underdevelopment: life cycle model simulations for Poland 611 17:00-18:30
2019-10-31 Mariana Lopes Da Fonseca (University of St. Gallen) Ideology, divided governments, and fiscal policy 611 17:00-18:30
2019-10-17 Agne Suziedelyte (City, University of London) The Intergenerational Impact of Reduced Generosity in the Social Safety Net 611 17:00-18:30
2019-10-03 Irina Mozhaeva (University of Latvia) Informal caregiving and work: a high price to pay. The case of Baltic States 611 17:00-18:30
2019-09-19 Anna Zasova (BICEPS) and Konstantins Benkovskis (SSE Riga, Bank of Latvia) Crossing an elephant with a butterfly: what can you learn by linking CGE model with EUROMOD 611 17:00-18:30

Seminars 2018/2019

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2019-06-13 Marta Khomin (University Technology Sydney) The rise of trading on close: drivers and price discovery implications 611 17:00-18:30
2019-06-06 Boris Ginzburg (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) Counting on My Vote Not Counting: Expressive Voting in Committees 611 17:00-18:30
2019-05-23 Mihails Hazans (University of Latvia) Tax Incentives to Encourage Corporate Investment in Latvia 611 17:00-18:30
2019-05-02 Alexander Tarasov (Higher School of Economics) Trade and the Spatial Distribution of Transport Infrastructure 611 17:00-18:30
2019-04-18 Johannes Van Ommeren (VU Amsterdam) Short-term rentals and the housing market: Quasi-experimental evidence from Airbnb in Los Angeles 611 17:00-18:30
2019-04-04 Maryna Tverdostup (University of Innsbruck) Diagnostic uncertainty and insurance in credence goods markets 611 17:00-18:30
2019-03-21 Gauthier Vermandel (Université Paris Dauphine) Weather Shocks 411 17:00-18:30
2019-03-07 Michele Valsecchi (New Economic School, Moscow) To Russia with Love? The Impact of Sanctions on Elections 611 17:00-18:30
2019-02-14 Tālis Putniņš (SSE Riga) Exchange traded funds: A free lunch for active fund managers? 611 17:00-18:30
2019-02-07 Inta Mieriņa (University of Latvia) The Civic Consequences of Migration: Social and Political Participation of Latvians At Home and Abroad 611 17:00-18:30
2019-01-24 Askill Harkjerr Halse (Institute of Transport Economics (TØI), Oslo) Local Candidates and Distributive Politics under Closed-list Proportional Representation 611 17:00-18:30
2019-01-10 Egle Jakucionyte (Bank of Lithuania) Productivity of Lithuanian Firms after Joining the EU: the Firm-level Data 611 17:00-18:30
2018-12-13 Hanna Vakhitova (Kiyv School of Economics) The effects of youth unemployment on poverty in later life in Europe 611 17:00-18:30
2018-11-29 Swarnodeep Homroy (University of Groningen) Is there Bias in the Boardroom? Gender and Corporate Boards 611 17:00-18:30
2018-11-15 Arieda Muco (Central European University) Learn from thy Neighbor: Do Voters Associate Corruption with Political Parties? 611 17:00-18:30
2018-11-01 Martin Adler (VU University Amsterdam) Roads, market access and regional economic developmen 611 17:00-18:30
2018-10-23 Lucija Muehlenbachs (University of Calgary) The Accident Externality from Trucking: Evidence from Shale Gas Development 611 17:00-18:30
2018-10-11 Jaan Masso (University of Tartu) Foreign Owned Firms in Corrupt Environments:  Effects on Decision to Invest and Firm Performance 611 17:00-18:30
2018-09-20 Louis Wierenga (University of Tartu) Tweeting leadership: Party leadership and Twitter engagement of Baltic far-right parties 611 17:00-18:30

Seminars 2017/2018

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2018-06-14 Janis Skrastins (Washington University in St. Louis) Access to Credit and Labor Market Outcomes – Evidence from Credit Lotteries 611 17:00-18:30
2018-05-31 Romans Pancs (ITAM, Mexico) A Social-Status Rationale for Repugnant and Protected Market Transactions 611 17:00-18:30
2018-05-29 Bas B. Bakker (IMF Regional Office for Central and Eastern Europe) Phoenix from the Ashes: The Recovery of the Baltics from the 2008/2009 Crisis 611 17:00-18:30
2018-05-17 Guglielmo Maria Caporale (Brunel University London) On the Persistence of UK Inflation: A Long-Range Dependence Approach 611 17:00-18:30
2018-05-03 Erik Verhoef (VU Amsterdam) Trading Trips: Using Tradable Permits to Manage Urban Mobility 611 17:00-18:30
2018-04-19 Olegs Tkacevs (Bank of Latvia) Output volatility and fiscal rules: do design and compliance matter? 611 17:00-18:30
2018-04-05 Michal Myck (CenEA, IZA) On which side of the fence is the grass greener? Identifying the role of administrative boundaries for regional development. 611 17:00-18:30
2018-03-22 Chloé Le Coq (SITE, Stockholm School of Economics) How Do Social Entrepreneurs Respond to Rewards? A Field Experiment on Motivations 611 17:00-18:30
2018-03-08 Raphael Franck (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Emigration during the French Revolution: Consequences in the Short and Longue Duree 611 17:00-18:30
2018-02-22 Tālis Putniņš (University of Technology Sydney, SSE Riga) Sex, drugs, and bitcoin: How much illegal activity is financed through cryptocurrencies? 611 17:00-18:30
2018-02-15 Joshua Holm (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Region, nation, and redistribution: Experimental evidence on social identity and policy preferences among Belgian local politicians 611 17:00-18:30
2018-02-08 Andrejs Zlobins (Bank of Latvia) What are the Macroeconomic Effects of the ECB QE? Empirical Evidence from Structural Bayesian VAR 611 17:00-18:30
2018-01-25 Anders Olofsgard (SITE, Stockholm School of Economics) Signaling Dissent: Political Behavior in the Arab World 611 17:00-18:30
2018-01-11 Boriss Siliverstovs (Bank of Latvia) Employment Effect of Innovation 611 17:00-18:30
2017-12-14 Douglas Campbell (New Economic School) Relative Prices, Hysteresis, and the Decline of American Manufacturing 611 17:00-18:30
2017-11-30 Vitalijs Jascisens (Toulouse School of Economics) Can Entry Mitigate the Effect of Inflated Reserve Prices in Public Procurement? 611 17:00-18:30
2017-11-16 Audinga Baltrunaite (Bank of Italy) Political Contributions and Public Procurement: Evidence from Lithuania 611 17:00-18:30
2017-11-02 Matthias Weber (Bank of Lithuania and Vilnius University) Monetary Policy under Behavioral Expectations: Theory and Experiment 611 17:00-18:30
2017-10-26 Sang-Wook (Stanley) Cho (University of New South Wales) Skill Premium Divergence: The Roles of Trade, Capital and Demographics 611 17:00-18:30
2017-10-19 Vincenzo Galasso (Bocconi) Old Before Their Time: The Role Of Employers In Retirement Decisions 611 17:00-18:30
2017-10-05 Karsten Staehr (Bank of Estonia and Tallinn University of Technology) Current Account Dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe: Pull and Push Factors 611 17:00-18:30
2017-09-21 Colin Kuehnhanss (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) All’s fair in taxation: A framing experiment with local politicians 611 17:00-18:30

Seminars 2016/2017

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2017-06-08 Paul Maarek (University of Cergy-Pontoise) Democratization and the conditional dynamics of income distribution 611 17:00-18:30
2017-05-25 Arieda Muco (SSE) Cancelled 611 17:00-18:30
2017-05-11 Marc Sangnier (Aix-Marseille University) Political Connections and Insider Trading 611 17:00-18:30
2017-05-09 Natalya Volchkova (New Economic School & CEFIR) Capital Structure and Exporting: Evidence from Import Tariff Changes 411 17:00-18:30
2017-04-13 Jaan Maso (University of Tartu) Foreign ownership, commitment to work and gender wage gap 403 17:00-18:30
2017-03-09 Talis Putnins (University of Technology Sydney and SSE Riga) The good, the bad, and the ugly: Heterogeneity in the effects of algorithmic traders on institutional transaction costs 611 17:00-18:30
2017-02-23 Janis Berzins (Norwegian Business School) Dividends and Taxes: The Moderating Role of Agency Conflicts 611 17:00-18:30
2017-02-09 Linas Tarasonis (Bank of Lithuania) The Changing Nature of Gender Selection into Employment: Europe over the Great Recession 611 17:00-18:30
2017-01-25 Ludmila Fadejeva (Bank of Latvia) The impact of credit shocks on the European labour market 411 17:00-18:30
2017-01-12 Alex Gershkov (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) The Dimensions of Consensus 611 17:00-18:30
2016-12-15 Konstantins Benkovskis, Olegs Tkacevs (Bank of Latvia) “Chicken or the egg? Exporting and productivity of Latvian firms” 611 17:00-18:30
2016-12-01 Anete Pajuste (SSE Riga) The life cycle of US dual-class share companies 611 17:00-18:30
2016-11-17 Chloé Le Coq (Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE)) Pricing and Capacity Provision in Electricity Markets: An Experimental Study 611 17:00-18:30
2016-11-03 Ceren Ozgen (University of Birmingham) Does Past Experience and Exposure to Foreigners at Workplace Increase Earnings Growth? 611 16:00-17:30
2016-10-20 Ilja Arefjevs (BA School of Business and Finance) Ownership Assessment of European Gas Storage and Transmission Companies: Energy Union Perspective 611 17:00-18:30
2016-10-06 Jesper Roine (Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE)) Women in Top Incomes – Evidence from Sweden 1974-2013 611 17:00-18:30
2016-09-22 Janis Skrastins (Washington University) Unemployment Insurance with Informal Labor Markets: Evidence from Brazil 611 17:00-18:30
2016-09-08 Olegs Tkacevs (Bank of Latvia) Time-varying relationship between inflation & economic activity in Latvia 611 17:00-18:30

Seminars 2015/2016

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2016-05-26 Kārlis Vilerts, Oļegs Krasnopjorovs (Bank of Latvia) Ethnic and Gender Wage Gaps in Latvia 403 17:00-18:30
2016-05-19 Ieva Birka (Yale University, University of Latvia) Return Migration to Latvia: Survey Results of Latvians born in the United States or Canada 411 17:00-18:30
2016-05-12 Boriss Siliverstovs (KOF Swiss Economic Institute) International Stock Return Predictability: On the Role of the United States in Bad and Good Times 403 17:00-18:30
2016-04-28 Michiel Gerritse (University of Groningen) Does federal contracting spur development? 403 17:00-18:30
2016-04-21 Marijn Verschelde (IÉSEG School of Management) The bias of technical change: a nonparametric analysis 411 17:00-18:30
2016-04-01 Mihnea Constantinescu (Bank of Lithuania) Irrationally rational or rationally irrational? An analysis of the cross-sectional properties of real estate investors’ expectations 403 17:00-18:30
2016-03-29 Vitalijs Jascisens (Toulouse School of Economics) and Anna Zasova (BICEPS) Gaming the System: Side Effects of Earnings Dependent Parental Benefits 403 17:00-18:30
2016-03-17 Hans Koster  (VU University Amsterdam) On shopping externalities: Should we subsidize shops in city centres? 411 17:00-18:30
2016-03-11 Tālis Putniņš (SSE Riga, BICEPS and UTS Business School) Welfare Costs of Informed Trade 403 17:00-18:30
2016-02-18 Konstantins Benkovskis, Eduards Goluzins, Olegs Tkacevs (Bank of Latvia) Latvia’s Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model with fiscal sector 411 17:00-18:30
2016-02-10 Alexander Tarvid (University of Latvia) Imbalanced Job Polarization and Skills Mismatch in Europe 407 16:00-17:30
2016-02-04 Stefanie Peer (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business) Identification of self-selection biases in field experiments 411 17:00-18:30
2016-01-21 Patrick Grüning ((Center for Excellence in Finance and Economic Research (CEFER), Bank of Lithuania, Vilnius University) Investment-Specific Shocks, Business Cycles and Asset Prices 411 17:00-18:30
2015-12-14 Olesya Shmagun (Lomonosov Moscow State University and Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)) Two revolutions of 1917 in Russia and moods of the urban poor: evidence from publications of mass(small)-press 411 17:00-18:30
2015-11-12 Marija Bockarjova (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), co-authored with Jan Rouwendal (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) and Johan Polder (Universiteit van Tilburg & RIVM) Eliciting preferences of elderly people for housing and long-term care 403 17:00-18:30
2015-11-05 Ļudmila Fadejeva, Oļegs Krasnopjorovs (Bank of Latvia) Base and flexible wages in Latvia during and after the crisis: firm-level evidence 411 17:00-18:30
2015-10-29 Konstantins Benkovskis and Līva Zorgenfreija, co-authored with Santa Bērziņa (Bank of Latvia) Evaluation of Latvia’s re-exports using firm-level trade data 403 17:00-18:30
2015-10-22 Konstantins Benkovskis (Bank of Latvia) Misallocation of resources in Latvia: did anything change after the crisis? 403 17:00-18:30
2015-10-08 Ali Ait Si Mhamed (Graduate School of Education at Nazarbayev University in Astana) Higher Education Finance: Current policy reforms in different countries 403 12:00-13:30
2015-09-03 Nicolas Gavoille (Université de Rennes 1 and SSE Riga) Electoral competition and political selection: a nonparametric analysis 403 12:00-13:30

Seminars 2014/2015

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2015-05-25 Yannis Katsoulacos (Athens University of Economics and Business) Competition Authority Substantive Standards and Social Welfare 403 13:00-14:30
2015-05-11 Jānis Skrastiņš (London Business School) Firm Boundaries and Financial Contracts 403 17:00-18:30
2015-04-30 Hernan Ruffo (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella) Wage dynamics and workers’ mobility during deep recessions 503 12:00-13:30
2015-04-01 Sergejs Gubins (CERTeT, Bocconi University) Teleworking Technology and Travel 403 17:00-18:30
2015-02-25 Tālis Putniņš (SSE Riga, BICEPS and UTS Business School) Volatility After-Effects: Evidence from the Field 403 17:00-18:30
2015-02-19 Jaan Masso (University of Tartu) Foreign market experience, learning by hiring and firm export performance 403 16:00-17:30
2015-01-29 Rudolfs Bems (IMF, Bank of Latvia) Income-Induced Expenditure Switching 403 17:00-18:30
2015-01-22 Arina Matvejeva (University of Delaware) Determinants of persistence in innovation: evidence from the case study of the ‘Eye Microsurgery’ Complex 403 17:00-18:30
2014-12-12 Alexander Plum (University of Magdeburg) The Employment Prospects of Low-Paid Workers and the Unemployed in England 311 17:00-18:30
2014-11-20 Dominik Gerber (University of Geneva) Why Prefer Democracy? A Pragmatist Argument 403 17:00-18:30
2014-10-28 Priscilla Fialho (University College London) Sorting into fixed-term vs. open-ended contracts and the impact on wage dynamics 503 13:00-14:30
2014-09-18 Boriss Siliverstovs (KOF Swiss Economic Institute) The KOF Economic Barometer, Version 2014: A Composite Leading Indicator for the Swiss Business Cycle 403 17:00-18:30

Seminars 2013/2014

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2014-05-30 Romans Pancs (University of Rochester) Strategic Substitutes and Complements in an Efficient Dynamic Auction with Learning 403 16:00-17:30
2014-05-22 Boris Ginzburg (University College London) Collective Preference for Ignorance 403 17:00-18:30
2014-01-31 Michal Myck (Centre for Economic Analysis, CenEA) Labour supply estimates for Poland: stability of elasticity estimates and policy applications 403 17:00-18:30
2013-12-19 Konstantīns Beņkovskis (Bank of Latvia) What drives the market share changes? Price versus non-price factors 403 17:00-18:30
2013-10-17 Ieva Braukša (Bank of Latvia) Internal Labour Market Mobility in 2005-2011: The Case of Latvia 403 17:00-18:30
2013-09-26 Konstantīns Beņkovskis (Bank of Latvia) The Effect of VAT Rate on Price Setting Behaviour in Latvia: Evidence from CPI Micro Data 403 17:00-18:30
Ari Kokko (Copenhagen Business School) Foreign Direct Investment and the Survival of Domestic Private Firms in Vietnam 403
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Seminars 2012/2013

Date Speaker Title Place Time
Heléne Lundqvist (Stockholm University)
Is It Worth It? On the Returns to Holding Political Office
17:00  –
Ija Trapeznikova (Royal Holloway University of London)
Employment Adjustment and Labor Utilization
17:00  –
Vitalijs Jascisens (Toulouse School of Economics)
To Divide or Not – Threshold Effects in the Below Threshold Procurement in Latvia
17:00 –
Emanuela Michetti (Riga Graduate School of Law)
Regulating network industries: the British railway from 1948 to the present
17:00  –  18:30
Volodymyr Vakhitov (Kyiv Economic Institute)
Urbanization Economies in a Post-Socialist City and Negative Clusters. Evidence from Ukrainian Firm-Level Data
15:00  –  16:30
Volodymyr Vakhitov (Kyiv Economic Institute)
Wage inequality and trade reform: productivity channel
17:00  –  18:30
Konstantins Benkovskis, Ludmila Fadejeva (Bank of Latvia)
How Important is Total Factor Productivity for Growth in Central, Eastern and Southeastern European Countries?
17:00  –
Anzelika Zaiceva (IZA)
Returning Home at Times of Trouble? Return Migration of EU Enlargement Migrants During the Crisis
17:00  –
Rudolfs Bems (IMF)
Value-Added Exchange Rates
17:00  –
Anna Kochanova (CERGE-EI)
The Impact of Bribery on Firm Performance: Evidence from Central and Eastern European Countries
17:00  –
Anna Sircova (Department of Psychology, Umeå University)
Social dilemmas through simulation: Mediating role of personal time perspective
17:15  –
Jeffrey Sommers (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Origins of our Global Economic Crisis: Causes and perspectives from the past 500, 50, and 5 years
17:30 –

Seminars 2011/2012

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2012-06-21 Adam E. Leeds (University of Pennsylvania) Fragments for a history of economics in Russia, 1956-2012 403 17:00 – 18:30
2012-05-14 Jevgenijs Steinbuks (Center for Global Trade Analysis Purdue University) Confronting Food-Energy-Environment Trillema: Global Land Use in the Long Run 403 17:00 – 18:30
2012-04-27 Steven Ongena (CentER – Tilburg University and CEPR) Collateralization, Bank Loan Rates and Monitoring: Evidence from a Natural Experiment 403 16:00 – 17:30
2012-04-20 Petia Topalova (Research Department of the International Monetary Fund) Dealing with Household Debt 311 16:00 – 17:30
2012-03-13 Romans Pancs (University of Rochester) Comparative Market Structure: Allocative and Informational Efficiencies of Continuous Trading, Periodic Auctions, and Dark Pools, with a Discussion of Market Unravelling 403 16:00 – 17:30
2012-02-24 Boris Ginzburg (University College London (UCL)) Audience Preferences and Information Disclosure 403 16:00 – 17:30
2012-01-27 Martin Brown (Swiss Institute of Banking & Finance, University of St. Gallen) Bank Funding, Securitization and Loan Terms: Evidence from Foreign Currency Lending 403 16:00 – 17:30
2011-12-08 Agnes Lubloy (Corvinus University of Budapest) Churn models at mobile providers: The importance of network measures 403 17:00 – 18:30
2011-11-25 Tor Jacobson (Sveriges Riksbank) Taking the Twists into Account: Predicting Firm Bankruptcy Risk with Splines of Financial Ratios 403 16:00 – 17:30
2011-11-09 Christoph Rosenberg (International Monetary Fund) Adjustment Under a Currency Peg: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania During the Global Financial Crisis 2008-09 W23 17:00 – 18:30
2011-11-04 Jaanika Meriküll (Bank of Estonia and University of Tartu) Credit crunch and firm performance 403 16:00 – 17:30
2011-10-28 Sergej Gubin (VU University Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute) Teleworking and Congestion: A Dynamic Bottleneck Analysis 403 16:00 – 17:30
2011-09-23 Salvatore Babones (The University of Sydney) Pathways to Growth: Policy Options for Latvia’s Next Government 403 16:00 – 17:30

Seminars 2010/2011

Date Speaker Title Place Time
2011-06-10 Anton Suvorov (New Economic School/CEFIR) Group merger as a way to achieve efficient coordination in weak-link games 403 17:00 – 18:30
2011-05-05 Igor Livshits (Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center) Specificity, Uncertainty and Institutions 403 17:00 – 18:30