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IEHAS SEMINARS (IN ENGLISH)


The location for the lectures of the KTK/IE Seminar Series is Budapest XI., Budaörsi út 45. VIII/807. (conference room) The lectures start at 2 pm.
Programme organizer:  István Kónya

YEAR: 2015

22 Oct 2015
Balázs Reizer
Benefit cuts or firing - The role of flexible wage elements in the employment stabilization and in the firm competitiveness

11 June 2015
David DeRemer

Suspiciously Timed Trade Disputes

YEAR: 2014

22 May 2014
David DeRemer (ECARES)
Domestic Policy Coordination in Imperfectly Competitive Markets

YEAR: 2012

10 September 2012
Max Gillman /Cardiff Business School, UK/
Real Business Cycles with a Human Capital Investment Sector and Endogenous Growth: Persistence, Volatility and Labor Puzzles

22 March 2012
Giacomo Corneo (Free University of Berlin):
Social insurance, work norms, and the allocation of talent

YEAR: 2011

8 December 2011
Vincent Vicard
The Growth and Volatility of French Exporters

26 May 2011
Bernard H Casey
Institute for Employment Research
University of Warwick, UK
The implications of the economic crisis for pensions and pension policy in Europe

YEAR: 2010

11 Nov 2010
Wei Zhong
/Professor and Director of the Research Department under the Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)/
China’s Current Income Distribution Status and Countermeasures Analysis

Yang Chunxue
/Deputy director of the Institute of Economics under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)/
China Model: A Study Based on the Relationship between the Government and Enterprises


21 Oct 2010
Szeidl Ádám
Measuring Trust in Peruvian Shantytowns


7 June 2010
Kondor Péter (CEU)
The delegated Lucas tree


4 February 2010
Attila Varga (University of Pecs)
Geographic Macro and Regional Model for EU Policy Impact Analysis of Intangible Assets and Growth


21 January 2010
Max Gillman  
Banking and Aggregate Risk

YEAR: 2009

26 November 2009
Péter Elek - János Köllő – Péter A. Szabó:
The Implications of Ignoring ‘Envelop Wages’ in the Estimation of Minimum Wage Effects


29 October 2009
László Halpern - Balázs Muraközy
Innovation, productivity and exports: the case of Hungary


22 October 2009
Gábor Antal (CEU, MTA-KTI)
FDI and Wages: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data in Hungary, 1986-2005


1 October 2009
Dániel Horn
Age of Selection Counts: a Cross-Country Analysis of Educational Institutions


24 September 2009
Anna Naszódi (MNB)
The Asset Pricing Model of Exchange Rate and its Test on Survey Data


18 June 2009
Péter Harasztosi (CEU)
Agglomeration patterns in Hungary


11 June 2009
Mirco Tonin (University of Southampton) - Michael Vlassopoulos (University of Southampton)
Disentangling the Sources of Pro-social Behavior in the Workplace: A Field Experiment


4 June 2009
Anna Lovász - Mariann Rigó (CEU)
Who Earns Their Keep? An Estimation of the Productivity-Wage Gap in Hungary 1986-2005


14 May 2009
Gergely Csorba - Dávid Farkas - Gábor Koltay
Separating the Ex-post Effects of Mergers: an Analysis of Structural Changes on the Hungarian Retail Gasoline Market


2 April 2009
Miklós Koren
Economies of Scale and the Size of Exporters


15 January 2009
Max Gillman (Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University)
Flat Tax Reform: The Baltics 2000 - 2007

27 November 2008
Gábor Békés
Trading Activities, Firms and Productivity
/Carlo Altomonte-Gábor Békés/


20 November 2008
Hairong Lai (Deputy Director and Senior Fellow - China Center for Comparative Politics and Economics)
Changing Political Structure in China


13 November 2008
Balázs Muraközy
Permanent and Temporary Trade


27 October 2008
Zsolt Darvas
Euro Area Enlargement and Euro Adoption Strategies


02 October 2008
Gergely Csorba-Gábor Kézdi
Estimating Switching Costs from Aggregate Data


18 September 2008
Gábor Koltay
How Much Does Your Enviroment Matter?


19 June 2008
Mária Csanádi
Spatial Disparities of System Transformation in China


22 May 2008
Douglass C. North
A New Approach to Understanding Economic Change


27 Mar 2008
John S. Earle
Understanding the Contributions of Reallocation to Productivity Growth: Lessons from a Comparative Firm-Level Analysis


20 Mar 2008
Lajos Zoltán Bakucs, Bernhard Brümmer (University of Göttingen), Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel (University of Göttingen), Imre Fertő
Wheat Market Integration between Hungary and Germany

YEAR: 2007

15 Nov 2007
Kopecsni György (Institute of Economic Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Praga)
Political Risk of Social Security: Evidence from Reforms in Hungary and the Czech Republic


14 June 2007
Liam J. A. Lenten (Department of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University, Australia)
The Extent to Which Unbalanced Schedules Affect Reported Competitive Balance in the Scottish Premier League


12 April 2007
Béla Greskovits (CEU)
Neoliberalism, Embedded Neoliberalism, and Neocorporatism: Paths towards Transnational Capitalism in Central-Eastern Europe


19 March 2007
Frank Barry (Trinity College, Dublin)
Institutional Capacity and Ireland's "Celtic Tiger" Economy


08 March 2007
Gábor Oblath
On the interpretation and international comparison of external imbalances


08 February 2007
Attila Havas
Futures for Universities


11 January 2007
Gábor Békés
Spillovers from Multinationals to Heterogeneous Domestic Firms: Evidence from Hungary

YEAR: 2005

14 Dec 2006
Kőszegi Botond - Matthew Rabin (University of California, Berkeley)
Dynamic Reference - Dependent Preferences


18 May 2006
Mirco Tonin
Did the Minimum Wage Increases in 2001-2002 Reduce Tax Evasion In Hungary?


8 May 2006
Oleksandr Perekhozuk (IAMO, Halle)
Market power in the Ukrainian dairy sector


4 May 2006
Heinrich Hockmann (IAMO, Halle)
The significance of risk: New developments in efficiency analysis


16 February 2006
György Molnár–Zsuzsa Kapitány
Expected Mobility and Demand for Redistribution

8 December 2005
Gábor G. Szabó-Krisztina Bárdos
Vertical Coordination by Contracts in Agribusiness: An Empirical Research in the Hungarian Dairy Sector


1 December 2005
Dóra Piroska
Small Post-Socialist States and Global Finance: A Comparative Study of the Internationalization of State Roles in Banking in Hungary and Slovenia


17 November 2005
Iván Major
Why do (or do not) banks share customer information? A comparison of mature private credit markets and markets in transition.


3 November 2005
Álmos Telegdy
Does Privatization Hurt Workers? Evidence from Comprehensive Manufacturing Firm Data in Hungary, Romania, Russia, and Ukraine


20 October 2005
Mirco Tonin
The Effects of the Minimum Wage in an Economy with Tax Evasion


27 October 2005
György Molnár - Zsuzsa Kapitány
Mobility, Subjective Mobility and Subjective Well-being in Hungary


08 September 2005
Gusztáv Nemes
Integrated Rural Development - The Concept and its Operation


14 April 2005
Imre Fertő (IEHAS), József Fogarasi
Choice of Farm Organisation


21 February 2005
Heinrich Hockmann (IAMO, Halle)
New Players in Russian Agriculture: What are the Future Prospects?


27 January 2005
Balázs Muraközy (CEU), László Halpern (IEHAS)
Does Distance Matter in Spillover?

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