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CERGE-EI Experts Will Help Define Public Policy

19 January, 2022

The newly appointed Czech Government has reached out to members' of CERGE-EI faculty for assistance in defining future public policies.

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Think-Tank IDEA: State Employees and Civil Servants. Where They Work and How Much They Are Paid

14 January, 2022

In their most recent study, Daniel Bartušek, Petr Bouchal, and Petr Janský analyze public sector employees' numbers and salaries. Approximately one-fifth of the country’s workforce – aroundone million people in the Czech Republic, work for the public sector.

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CERGE-EI Media Highlights for December

7 January, 2022

Soaring energy bills, rising interest rates, and the retirement system in the Czech Republic were among the most frequent topics commented on by CERGE-EI's experts in Czech media. Our Ph.D. student Ketevani Kapanadze, who won first place in the Young Economist 2021 competition, gave an interview concerning her research and plans for roklen24.cz.

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Nikolas Mittag: The Pandemic has Brought on Questions for Designing Government Programs

5 January, 2022

How has the current pandemic affected measuring and evaluating poverty and welfare programs? In Talking Economics, Katarína Stehlíková directs this question to Nikolas Mittag, Associate Professor with Tenure at CERGE-EI.

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CERGE-EI’s PhD Job Market Candidates

2 January, 2022

We are pleased to promote CERGE-EI’s excellent PhD job market candidates for 2021-2022.

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