Finalisté 1. kola net 2016

Zsofia Komuves, Central European University
Paper: The Effect of Incarceration on Labor Market Outcomes in Hungary

Levente Lippenszky, Eötvös Loránd University
Paper: Inflation Dynamics in New Keynesian Models with Cost Channel

Michal Šoltés, Charles University, Institute of Economic Studies
Paper: Optimal Unemployment Insurance, Distance to Frontier, and Endogenous Growth Model

Barna Elek Szabó, Central European University
Paper: Short-term Trading and Informational Cascades in Financial Markets

Ondřej Tobek, University of Cambridge
Paper: In Search of Ultimate Low Frequency Liquidity Proxy

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Následující práce se dostali do „TOP 12″ (abecední řazení). I jejich předkladatelům patří naše gratulace:

Mohamed Abouaziza, University of Sussex
Paper: The Productivity Effect of Rest Pauses and Optimal Working Hours: Evidence from Hawthorne Experiments.

Rezo Beradze, International School of Economics at Tbilisi State University
Paper: Macro Stress Test – The Case of Georgia

Luca Flora Drucker, Eötvös Loránd University
Paper: The Effects of the 1999 Polish Educational Reform on Labour Market Outcomes.

Khilola Dushamova, Westminster International University in Tashkent
Paper: Breastfeeding and Son Preference: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan

Atanas Pekanov,University College London
Paper: Estimating the Effects of Macroprudential Policy Using a Small Open Economy DSGE Model

Shamil Sharapudinov,National Research University, Higher School of Economics
Paper: Factor-Biased Technological Change, International Trade, and the Skill Premium: Cross-Country Evidence