19/10/2011 - Invitation for students
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The seminar does take place on Thursday, September 30th from 14:00 in the room 314. Course requirements will be explained. All students are cordially invited to come at 14:00.
The CEFRES (Centre Français de Recherche en Sciences Sociales) is pleased to invite you to the lecture “Financial crises and liberalism: some lessons from history”given by prof. Pierre-Cyrille Hautcœur, Paris School of Economics and EHESS, Paris.
The lecture will be held in English and will take place at the library of CEFRES, 3rd floor, Vyšehradská 49, Prague 2, on Monday 23rd March 2009 (9:30 am – 11:30 am).
Our distinguised guest, prof. Geoffrey Carliner will give a talk - enriched with your comments and followed by a discussion - on "Economic Integration and the Global Financial Crisis". Prof. Carliner held many interesting positions in his professional life (Executive Director, National Bureau of Economic Research; Staff Director, President’s Council of Economic Advisors). For more information about prof. Geoffrey Carliner, see the link.
Everyone (incl. all Bc and MA students) is warmly invited to come, the level of the talk will be accessible, the target audience is third year undergraduate students. Set your alarm clock for an earlier hour and have a fresh start of Wednesday November 5th. 08:00 - 09:20, room 109.
Luboš Komárek, the president of Czech Economic Society, will give a lecture on "Financial Integration among New EU Member States and the Euro Area" on Tuesday April 29 in room 109 from 11:00 to 12:20. The talk will draw on his 5 recent articles and papers. All PhD, master and advanced bachelor students interested in finance and European monetary integration are welcome! You can find the presentation in the hyperlink.
Professor Laurent Weill from Université Strasbourg will present his recent paper on "Convergence in Banking Efficiency Across European Countries" on Tuesday April 8 in room 109 from 12:00 to 13:00. The seminar with a student presentation will follow after 13:00 All PhD, master and advanced bachelor students interested in finance and banking are warmly invited! You can find the paper in the hyperlink.
Professor Laurent Weill from Université Strasbourg will give his 2nd guest lecture on common agricultural policy, on Tuesday April 8th from 11:00 – 12:00, in room 109. All master and advanced bachelor students are warmly invited!
30/10/2007 - Symposium "Rationalität" - Berlin
Das Humboldt-Forum Wirtschaft e.V. lädt Sie herzlich zum siebten ökonomischen Symposium mit dem diesjährigen Thema:"Rationalität - Gefühl vs. Kalkül: Wie rational handelt der Mensch?" am 20. und 21. November 2007 in die Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät der Humboldt-Universität, ein. Den Eröffnungvortrag hält Nobelpreisträger Prof. Dr. Reinhard Selten.
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11/10/2007 - Database of annual reports updated
Rich collection of annual reports of Czech (and foreign) companies and institutions since early 1990s is available in IES library. Do not hesitate and make use of the unique empirical data. The hyperlink above will guide you to the updated list.
Dear students, on behalf of doc. Půlpán let me inform you that EB002 - Seminář k bakalářským pracím II will be cancelled on October 11th and October 18th for health reasons. Information about further organization of the seminar and requirements for „zápočet“ will be specified on the course webpage during next week.
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Only in the week starting with October 1st.
06/09/2007 - see Czech version, please
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Orientation meeting for Erasmus students of economics will take place on Tuesday, 20th February at IES building (Opletalova 26) at 3:30pm in room 206. Please accept apologies for the cancelled meeting on Thursday, February 15th.
As agreed on the last seminar, extra seminars to International macroeconomics take place as follows: Wednesday 19th April from 3:30 pm in room 105; Wednesday 26th April from 3:30 pm in 105 (midterm). They replace the seminars of 14th March and 2nd May, which will be cancelled. Seminars on Tuesday 18th April and 25th April tak place as ususal.
Interesting reading, possibly from your laptop, which proves the richness of topics in economics. :-)
Lecture takes places as usual, Tuesday from 17:00. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
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16/02/2006 - Oxford University Press - journals on-line
E-versions of some important journals from Oxford University Press, e.g. CESifo Economic Studies, Cambridge Journal of Economics and Journal of Financial Econometrics, are available from computers at our faculty. For a complete list see http://www.oxfordjournals.org/subject/social_sciences. Have a nice reading.
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18/01/2006 - Database of annual reports updated
A unique database of annual reports by Czech and international companies and institutions updated: in some cases the time series starts in 1990. Have a look at this vital source for researchers - it may inspire you to write an interesting paper: be it a thesis or a seminar paper. Annual reports can be borrowed from the IES library.
The following questions should serve as a framework for the essay: » Does a classical role model of employement actually exist? Has there ever been one? » What influence does globalization on these models of employment have? What are the resulting opportunities and challenges for economy and society? » What possible scenarios for the future of employment (focussing on the next 15 years) are imaginable? Deadline 30.04.2005
13/04/2005 - Scholarship for PhD reserach - Paris
Scholarship for starting a PhD thesis or completing it at CREST (Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique). Deadline 15th May 2005
26/10/2004 - Unique concentration of top economists in Prague
Conference "DEMOCRACY, SUSTAINABILITY AND POLICY REFORM". 15.11.2004 Primarily for lecturers and PhD students, but Master students can apply, as well. Recommended for students of Advanced Public Finance. Limited number of seats – apply as soon as possible. Working languages: English and French, with simultaneous translation Programme: Panel 1: POLITICAL ECONOMY * Hubert Kempf (EUREqua, University Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne): * David Stromberg (Stockholm School of Economics) Panel 2 : UNEMPLOYMENT *André Zylberberg (EUREQua - University Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne) *Christopher Pissarides (London School of Economics), Rachel Ngai (LSE) Panel 3 : PENSION REFORM *Jean-Olivier Hairault (EUREqua, University Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne) *Richard Disney (University of Nottingham)