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Try CERGE-EI Electives

24 September, 2020

For the first time, this year's offer of optional courses at Charles University also includes two courses taught at CERGE-EI. In both cases, the teachers will focus on current topics seen from the perspective of modern economics.

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PhD and MAER Orientation Week Started, MAE Students Already Crunching Numbers

22 September, 2020

The 2020/2021 academic year has started for the 43 first-year students of the PhD in Economics and Master in Economic Research programs. The Orientation Week is on and due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it is taking place online.

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Research of Academic Mobility Extended in Cooperation With Leiden University

11 September, 2020

Martin Srholec and Vít Macháček are moving forward with their research on scholars’ mobility in cooperation with colleagues from Leiden University. By using the Dimensions database the research team could significantly extend the original study 'Where do universities recruit researchers?' published earlier this year.

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CERGE-EI Media Highlights for August

2 September, 2020

Teachers' and politicians' salaries, the abolition of the "super-gross wage", government interventions against the economic crisis, and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on mental health were all topics commented on by our researchers for Czech media during August. A regularly updated list of the media outcomes of CERGE-EI and IDEA experts is available here.

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PhD Candidates Are Finishing Their Studies

26 August, 2020

Some of our PhD Candidates are finishing their studies at CERGE-EI throughout this summer. We wish all the best to those who were successful and keep our fingers crossed for those who are about to shine.

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