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  • February 17, 12:45, NB350
  • Matej Lorko (University of Economics in Bratislava):  “Intertemporal Coordination in Volunteer Markets


  • March 3, 12:45, Online via MS Teams  POSTPONED
  • Gurgen Aslanyan (American University of Armenia): “Revolution is good when followed by a war: Georgia, Roses, and Russia“

  • March 10, 12:45, Online via MS Teams
  • Lucie Coufalová (Masaryk University): “ What can we learn from preferential voting in parliamentary elections?“

  • March 17, 12:45, NB 350
  • Timea Laura Molnar (Central European University): „Temporary Non-Work and Labor Reallocation: An Empirical Assessment of the “Job Ladder” Model“

  • March 24, 12:45, NB 350
  • Adam Spencer (University of Nottingham): „Innovation Union: Costs and Benefits of Innovation Policy Coordination“

  • March 31, 12:45, NB 350
  • Magdolna Sass (Hungarian Academy of Science): “Indirect Foreign Direct Investment“ 

  • April 7, 12:45, Online via MS Teams
  • Gurgen Aslanyan (American University of Armenia): “Revolution is good when followed by a war: Georgia, Roses, and Russia“

  • FRIDAY April 8, 12:45, NB 350
  • Igal Milchtaich (Bar-Ilan University, Tel-Aviv): „Altruism and Spite in Tullock Contest“

  • April 14, DEAN’S DAY

  • April 21, 12:45, NB 350
  • Christian Koch (University of Vienna): „Anti-immigration stances: An experimental investigation of economic and behavioral factors“


  • May 5, 12:45, NB 350
  • Martin Rode (University of Navarra): „Populism and constitutional compliance: An empirical assessment“

  • May 12, 12:45, NB 350
  • Mircea Epure (Universitat Pompeu Fabra): „Being Central on the Other Side of the Fence: Corporate Funds in the Traditional Venture Capital Club“
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