Following the 2009-2019 events with participants from a large number of countries, the Department of Economics and Finance at Tallinn University of Technology will host the Conference & Summer School "Economic Challenges in Enlarged Europe" in Tallinn, capital of Estonia
ECEE Conference - postponed to 13-15 June 2021
We have the honour to host as a keynote speaker Professor Ariel Rubinstein, an internationally highly renowned Professor of Economics at the School of Economics at Tel Aviv University and at the Department of Economics at New York University. His main fields of research are economic theory, decision theory, models of bounded rationality and game theory - with the Rubinstein bargaining model being one of the most influential findings in game theory.
It is our great pleasure to host as keynote speaker Professor Juuso Välimäki, an esteemed Professor of Economics, and Head of the Department of Economics at Aalto University. His research focuses on dynamic games of incomplete information and on topics in mechanism design. He has been for a long time the Main Editor of the highly ranked Journal of the European Economic Association.
We welcome submissions for presentation at the parallel sessions of the conference.
The conference series is organised by the Department of Economics and Finance at Tallinn University of Technology in collaboration with Eesti Pank (Central Bank of Estonia) and Association for the Study of East European Economies and Cultures (USA).
ECEE Summer School 10-12 June 2020 (online)
This year, we are planning to offer a course on Forecasting with DSGE Models, aimed at academic and applied researchers, PhD students as well as advanced Master students. The objective of the course is to teach participants how to:
- Estimate DSGE models: classical and Bayesian estimation
- Forecast with DSGE models: mean, median, density forecast
- Evaluate the accuracy of forecasts: ex-post forecasting competitions
The course is will be held online over three days from 10am to 4pm from 10-12 June 2020. The course will use Matlab and Dynare software.
We are pleased to host as the course instructor Michał Rubaszek, Associate Professor and the Head of the Financial Markets Modelling Unit at Warsaw School of Economics. He has long-term experience in central banking (National Bank of Poland as well as European Central Bank) and he has authored numerous publications on forecasting with DSGE models.
The course is full and registration of further participants for the course has been closed.