Economists and people interested in economics are kindly invited to attend the open seminars of Eesti Pank. The goal of the open seminars is to promote exchange of ideas between the central bank, the academic community and economic policy institutions.
The program of open seminars was launched in 2000. To date, over 150 economists and experts of Eesti Pank and other institutions have lectured at these seminars.
Due to limited space and the bank’s security rules, participants are asked to register to the seminar electronically through the registration link under Eesti Pank’s calendar by the date indicated in the invitation. For further information about registration, please contact Mrs Eve Mägin by phone +(00) 372 668 0758 or by e-mail eve.magin [at] eestipank.ee.
Open seminars of Eesti Pank in 2019
|Date and time||Lecturer (institution) and topic|
|Date to be confirmed||Stephanie Rendon De La Torre (TalTech)
From econophysics to networks to data science: Estonian network of payments
|7 November||Nataliia Ostapenko (University of Tartu)
Identification of the monetary policy shocks from the Federal Reserve surprises
|5 November||Yassine Bakkar (TalTech)
Internationalization, Foreign Complexity and Systemic Risk: European Banks Perspective
||Anton Skrobotov (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)
New Approaches to Robust Inference on Market (Non-)Efficiency, Volatility Clustering and Non-linear Dependence
|3 October||Ad van Riet (United Nations University)|
|5 September||Rachatar Nilavongse (TalTech)|
Javier Ordóñez (Universitat Jaume I)
|10 May||Konstantinos Theodoridis (Cardiff University)
Understanding International Long-Term Interest Rate Comovement
|8 May||Fred van Raaij (Tilburg University)
Behavioral Finance and Self-control
|18 March||Timo Teräsvirtä (Aarhus University)
Transition from the Taylor rule to the zero lower bound
|28 February||Mathias Trabandt (Freie Universität Berlin)
Resolving the Missing Deflation Puzzle
|14 February||Anita Suurlaht (UCD School of Business)
Correlation Dynamics in the G7 Stock Markets
|7 February||Karen Davtyan (ESADE Business School/Universitat de Barcelona)
Unconventional Monetary Policy and Income Inequality
|25 January||M. Alper Cenesiz (University of Porto)
Income Effects and the Cyclicality of Job Search Effort
Open seminars of Eesti Pank in 2018
The schedule is updated regularly. To subscribe for seminar invitations, please contact Mrs Liina Kulu by phone +372 668 0806 or by e-mail liina.kulu [at] eestipank.ee.