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Seminaride kalender 2020/2021 õppeaastal

*Planeeritud seminaride graafikus võib esineda muudatusi

Kuupäev Esineja Teema
09.09.20
SOC-310 / MSTeams
Jaan Masso (Tartu Ülikool) The role of firms in the gender wage gap
23.09.20
MS Teams
Yair Antler (Tel Aviv University) Multilevel Marketing: Pyramid-Shaped Schemes or Exploitative Scams?

14.10.20
15.00
MS Teams

Ayala Arad (Tel Aviv University)

Turning-on Dimensional Prominence in Decision Making:
Experiments and a Model

28.10.20
SOC-311

Niveditha Prabakaran (EBS) Do property rights solve the tragedy of commons under free trade? Evidence from Brazil
11.11.20
SOC-414
Natalia Levenko & Karsten Staehr Factors of tax evasion by individuals. Evidence from Estonian survey data
25.11.20
SOC-311
Kadri Männasoo Working hours and gender wage differentials: evidence from American working conditions survey
09.12.20
SOC-414
Michael Funke The political globalisation trilemma revisited: An empirical assessment across countries and over time
IKID
Kuupäev Esineja Teema
12.09.18 Ivo Bischoff (University of Kassel) Cooperation on a competitive ground? An empirical investigation of the emergence of inter-local business parks in Germany
26.09.18 Natalie Lubenets, Mart Maiväli (European Commission) Digitigrating e-Estonia: applying  the Hedgehog and the Fox analogy* to resolve the issue of measuring
11.10.18 Tilsa Oré-Mónago (Stoney Brooks) Competition with endogenous and exogenous switching costs
24.10.18 Kristof De Witte (KU Leuven) Does it matter when your smartest peers leave your class? Evidence from Hungary
07.11.18 Karsten Staehr Current Account Dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe: Pull, Push and Exchange Rate Regimes
21.11.18 Laivi Laidroo The role of location in FinTech formation
12.12.18 Ton Notermans  Two Decades of Italian EMU Membership: Structural Reforms versus Hysteresis
13.02.19 Yassine Bakkar (TalTech ärikorralduse instituut) Internationalization, Foreign Complexity and Systemic Risk: European Banks Perspective
27.02.19 Katrin Schwanitz (Estonian Institute of Population Studies, TLÜ) Young Adults’ Domestic Comfort at Home – Inter-Generational Time Exchanges in 6 Countries
 
06.03.19 Till Grüne Yanoff (KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm)

From Preferences to Well-Being: The Need for Cognitive Mechanisms

13.03.19 Laivi Laidroo & Mari-Liis Kukk Institutional Drivers of Crowdfunding Volume
27.03.19 Merike Kukk What explains the gender gap in wealth? Evidence from administrative data.
10.04.19 Simona Ferraro Local governments’ efficiency and educational results: empirical evidence from Italian primary schools
08.05.19 Simona Ferraro & Orsolya Soosaar Minimum Wage, Employment and Firm Productivity
22.05.19 Merike Kukk Who Owns the Savings in the Family? Joint and Individual Financial Assets

29.05.19

Leonardo Ivarola (Buenos Aires University) Institutions and social behavior in complex systems 
Kuupäev Esineja Teema
25.05.16

Kalle Ahi, Laivi Laidroo

New Evidence on the Relationship between Banking Market Competition on Bank Risk-taking in Europe
18.05.16 Amaresh K. Tiwari Microeconometric Evidence of Financing Frictions and Innovative Activity
11.05.16 Kaire Põder, Andre Veski Efficiency and fair access in kindergarten allocation policy design
13.04.16 Kadri Männasoo Endowment, commitment and convergence: The unfolding of the sources of productivity growth
23.03.16 Dominika Fijałkowska Behaviour of Informed and Uninformed Investors: Ex-ante Uncertainty Vs. Signalling Theory
09.03.16 Enn Listra (Fifty) Shades of Grey in Competition: The Concept(s) in a Unifying Framework
10.02.16 Tõnn Talpsepp How Does Learning and Education Help to Overcome the Disposition Effect?
09.12.15 Karin Jõeveer The Economics of Collateral
11.11.15 Aleksei Netšunajev Structural Vector Autoregressions with Smooth Transition in Variances: The Interaction Between U.S. Monetary Policy and the Stock Market
28.10.15 Marit Rebane Shorter Dinner and Other Aspects of Growing Up with a Single-Mother
14.10.15 Ricardo Vicente Picking Big Winners and Small Losers: An Evaluation of Estonian Government Grants for Firms
09.09.15 Karsten Staehr Uncovered Interest Parity and Expectations. New Results from Central and Eastern Europe
07.09.15 Madhav Govind Role of Intermediary Organizations in Transfer and Commercialization of University Generated Knowledge: Indian Experiences
Kuupäev Esineja Teema
14.05.14 Grigori Gainštein Trade Dynamic and Adjustment Costs in the Baltic States
03.03.14 Marco Lopriore The pillars of EU economic governance
12.02.14 Kadri Männasoo Banks’ Risk-taking with Credit Commitments: Comparative European Evidence
11.12.13 Kaire Põder, Triin Lauri Swedish, Finnish and Estonian schools: Family background effect and the moderating effect of school level choice policy
27.11.13 Abel Polese The Informal Post-Socialist Economy
13.11.13 Laivi Laidroo Banks’ CSR disclosures – headquarters versus subsidiaries
16.10.13 Tõnn Talpsepp A Closer Look at the Disposition Effect: Speculating in Gains, Waiting in Losses
Kuupäev Esineja Teema
 09.05.12 Kadri Männasoo Krediidipiirangud ja T&A: Mikroökonomeetriline analüüs nõudluse tõusu- ja mõõnaperioodil
11.04.12 Karsten Staehr Price Convergence and the Dynamic Penn Effect in Central and Eastern Europe: Convergence Speed and Cross-Country Heterogeneity
04.04.12 Angelika Kallakmaa-Kapsta Estonian housing market: affordability problem and regulatory framework
14.03.12 Laivi Laidroo Kvartalitulemuste avaldamisele järgnevate hinnareaktsioonide asümmeetria testimine Tallinna, Riia ning Vilniuse börsil aastatel 2000-2009
08.02.12 Guido Baldi Can the Distinction between Productive and Unproductive Government Spending Help Explain Puzzling Empirical Results about the Effects of Fiscal Policy Shocks?
14.12.11 Kaire Põder Hariduse võrdsus ja efektiivsus ning koolivaliku poliitika: kvalitatiivse ja kvantitatiivse meetodi ühendamine
09.11.11 Karsten Staehr Is There a ‘Baltic Way’ of Economic Transition? Reforms, Results and Challenges in Comparative Context