After Gurgen Aslanyan graduated from our PhD program some 6 years ago, he had the urge to give back to his own country, and took a position at the Central Bank of Armenia. Now as the President of the Armenian Economic Association, Gurgen is looking back on his journey from Armenia to CERGE-EI and back in this refreshing interview.
Jana Cahlíková graduated from our PhD program a few years ago, but keeps returning to CERGE-EI on many occasions. Read our short interview about her job market experience, a short period of a difficult decision-making, and her current research.
Ivana Draženović works as a labor market analyst for the Croatian National Bank. She is another great example of a young professional who had been working for a few years when she realized that she wanted to develop new skills and move forward in her career. Continue reading From Bank to School and Back
Igor Knež had been working at the Croatian Bureau of Statistics for five years when he decided to send his application for CERGE-EI´s Master in Applied Economics program. After one year of hard work, he left Prague in July 2019 with a new diploma, new skills and new knowledge, and plans for his future, but also with a feeling that he had became part of a big family. Continue reading Skills I Have Learned Help me to Address the Challenges my Country is Facing, Says MAE Alumni Igor
The final day of the 2019 Mentoring Program for Women Researchers took place on Friday 1st March 2019 at CERGE-EI. What started out as a plan to mentor CERGE-EI’s own women PhD students spread to a more open program to include PhD candidates from other faculties and subjects due to its popularity, as Lucia Stefankova, CERGE-EI’s Deputy Director for Development and PR, stated during the opening of the workshop.Continue reading Mentoring Program for Women Researchers
This fall, Mykola Babiak (PhD candidate, expected graduation 2019) will take up a tenure track position as an Assistant Professor in Finance at Lancaster University Management School. Read more about his job market experience below.Continue reading Interview with Mykola Babiak
Project Snapshot, 8-minute presentations by CERGE-EI faculty, researchers, students and alumni, took place as part of our Open Day last week. There were 12 presenters giving 11 presentations this year, the fifth anniversary of the event.Continue reading Project Snapshot
An interview with Libor Krkoška (PhD 1997) done by our current PhD student, Dali Laxton. Continue reading From the early days at CERGE-EI to 20 years at the EBRD
An interview with our alumnus Petar Stankov (PhD 2014) done by our current PhD student, Dali Laxton.
Continue reading “New book? I just max myself out, like in the good old days”
It does not happen so often that we have several researchers on a visit, not only in the same country, but more precisely at the same institution. That is why we decided to mark this special occasion with a joint interview. Filip Matejka and Filip Pertold (and Michal Bauer) went to the University of California, Berkeley. While we miss them greatly, we realize that today’s loss is a future gain: we hope they return not just safe and sound, but also satisfied, refreshed, and inspired.