Language: LV EN


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


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