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Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

The dean of the Faculty od Economics at the University of Economics in Prague is seeking candidates for an Assistant Professor position in Economics at the Department of Economics, starting in September 2020. Candidates with expertise in the following fields are especially welcome to apply: Microeconomics (Theory, Experimental), Law and Economics, Labor Economics, and Macroeconomics. Preference […]

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Johanna Möllerström (George Mason University): CANCELLED

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, May 7 (12:45, NB 350), Johanna Möllerström from George Mason University will introduce her research on the „A Meritocratic Origin of Egalitarian Behavior“

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Simona Gamba (Catholic University of Milan): CANCELLED

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, April 16 (12:45, NB 350), Simona Gamba from Catholic University of Milan will introduce her research on the „Optimizing Tax Administration Policies with Machine Learning“

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Deborah Novakova (ASC CERGE-EI): Writing and Presenting in Today’s Competitive Academic Environment

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, March 5 (12:45, NB 350), Deborah Novakova from ASC CERGE-EI will introduce her research on the Writing and Presenting in Today’s Competitive Academic Environment

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Sven Hoeppner (Charles University): Determinants of Dictator Giving under Interactive and Non-interactive Protocols

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, February 27 (12:45, NB 350), Sven Hoeppner from Charles University will introduce his research on the Determinants of Dictator Giving under Interactive and Non-interactive Protocols

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

František Brázdík (Czech national bank – ČNB): Upgrade of CNB Core Forecasting Framework: g3+ Model

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, December 12 (12:45, NB 350), František Brázdík from Czech national bank – ČNB will introduce his research on the Upgrade of CNB Core Forecasting Framework: g3+ Model List of all Guests

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

The Department of Economics offers a course of International Trade (5IE470)

The Department of Economics offers a course of International Trade (5IE470). Lectures will take place in aula „D“ during the following lesson times: 13/12 12:45-19:30 16/12 16:45-19:30 18/12 7:30-14:15 20/12 9:15-12:30 This course provides an introduction to main topics of international economics. The course content includes basic models of international trade with up-to-date key studies, […]

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Rick van der Ploeg (University of Oxford): Oil discoveries and protectionism

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, November 28 (12:45, NB 350), Rick van der Ploeg from University of Oxford will introduce his research on the Oil discoveries and protectionism List of all Guests

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Sebastian Schwenen (Technische Universität München – TUM): Financial Contracts as Coordination Device

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, November 7 (12:45, NB 350), Sebastian Schwenen from Technische Universität München – TUM will introduce his research on the Financial Contracts as Coordination Device List of all Guests

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track

Wieland Muller (University of Vienna): Building Trust: The Costs and Benefits of Gradualism

Department of Economics hosts Research Seminar Series (RSS) On Thursday, October 31 (12:45, NB 350), Wieland Muller from University of Vienna will introduce his research on the Building Trust: The Costs and Benefits of Gradualism List of all Guests

Assistant Professor in Economics, tenure-track