6th QED Workshop 2023
The 6th Quantitative Economics Workshop 2023 takes place on Wed., March 22, 2023 at 10am in room B02.2.13. Follow-up on the presentation by Sebastian Veldhuis is ““.
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The 6th Quantitative Economics Workshop 2023 takes place on Wed., March 22, 2023 at 10am in room B02.2.13. Follow-up on the presentation by Sebastian Veldhuis is “Instability and Nonlinearity of Long-Run Money Demand: Econometric Theory and Empirical Analysis“.
Talk by Martin Wagner on March 2, 2023 on “Sources and Channels of Instabilities and Nonlinearities of the Phillips Curve: Results for the Euro Area and Its Member States” at the BS|EF Research Seminar at the invitation of Banka Slovenije and the School of Economics and Business of University of Ljubljana.
The 5th Quantitative Economics Workshop 2023 takes place on Wed., March 8, 2023 at 4pm in room B02.2.13. The title of the presentation by Sebastian Veldhuis is “Instability and Nonlinearity of Long-Run Money Demand: Econometric Theory and Empirical Analysis“.
Congratuations to Ramona Steiner, IBEc student and study assistant at the Department of Economics for her nomination as EU Careers Student Ambassador.
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