The second edition of the Ce-squared workshop organized by CenEA in cooperation with CeMMAP will take place in Warsaw on 1-2 July 2015. The workshop focuses on Microeconomic theory and applications. The total number of presentations will not exceed 16. There is no conference fee but participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs.
We are very happy to announce that prof. John van Reenen (LSE) will give the keynote address at the workshop in the Lecture Series in Honour of Leonid Hurwicz
23/03/2015 - Warsaw International Economic Meeting 2015
The University of Warsaw, Faculty of Economic Sciences with CenEA (Co-financing institution) invite all economists to participate in the 10th annual conference - Warsaw International Economic Meeting 2015. All economists, academics and non-academics alike, are invited to submit their unpublished analytical work or new research in all areas of economics. The main objective of this meeting is to stimulate cooperation of researchers and exchange of ideas in the field. Young economists, such as graduate students or post-docs are encouraged to apply.
02/03/2015 - Open Day na CERGE-EI
Do you want to study at a leading economics institute? Our Open Day, 6 March, 2015 from 13:00 is a chance for masters and bachelor students to explore and learn more about CERGE-EI.
15/06/2011 - P&G Academy - Explore P&G Culture
Let us invite all students interested in sales and logistics for event “Explore P&G culture”. Application deadline: 16.6.2011!!! More info in the link above or at email@example.com
19/04/2011 - P&G Academy
All IES students are invited to attend trainings „Leadership“ and „Unleash Your Brain Power“ which take place on April 28th and May 4th. We also encourage everyone to apply to the internship program of Procter & Gamble. More information available in the link above.
We will work with computers during this week's seminar sessions.
The first EPTM seminar will take place on Monday, October 4 at 5pm in room #105. All interested PhD students are invited to come.
The new subject - JEB107 - Topics in (Applied) Econometrics - is ideal for students who intend to do empirical research or are already writing an empirical thesis. The course will be run in the form of seminar-type lectures and practice sessions with students’ presentations and open discussions. It will be a guide through empirical research - from the choice of a model, through data collection and estimation to interpretation of results.