News

New Faculty Members and Researchers at CERGE-EI

6 September, 2019

With the new academic year approaching, we are excited to welcome several new CERGE faculty members and Economics Institute researchers. Earlier this year, the hiring committee of the joint workplace (CERGE-EI) reviewed almost 400 applications from the international job market, and we are happy to announce one new tenure-track assistant professor, another one in due course, and one new postdoctoral fellow joining our international community.

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Teaching Fellows Course Participants Treated to Surprise Nobel Laureate Visit

19 August, 2019

Participants of the 2019 Teaching Fellows Course had an unexpected opportunity to meet with 2004 Nobel Prize in Economics Laureate Finn E. Kydland who was in Prague to work with CERGE-EI's faculty member Marek Kapicka and Carlos Zarazaga (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas).

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Christian Ochsner Awarded for His Study on Populism

1 August, 2019

CERGE-EI Assistant Professor Christian Ochsner and his colleague Felix Roesel from the ifo Institute in Dresden have been awarded a prize by the Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research in Mannheim (ZEW) for their study on populism. 

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MAE Students Presented Their Final Projects

15 July, 2019

On Thursday, 11 July, students of Master in Applied Economics (MAE) program wrapped up their work on the Project Seminar with final presentations. This year, they cooperated with marketing data company Nielsen, an analytical unit of rating agency Moody's, and healthcare startup Cogvio.

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