L’Europe économique s’est-elle enfin réveillée, peut on coupler des politiques vertes à un idéal de croissance économique, faut-il craindre un nouveau krach boursier ?
Le « monde d’après » vu par 5 chercheurs FNRS Lors de cette première édition des FNRS.live, les conférences en ligne du FNRS, 5 chercheurs FNRS ont esquissé les opportunités, les défis et les enjeux qui s’offrent à nos sociétés pour envisager l’après crise, sanitaire mais aussi économique et sociale.
Both the 2008 global financial crisis and the current COVID-19 pandemic have profoundly impacted our economies and livelihoods. A global crisis affects popular trust in our institutions’ capacity to deal with the challenges ahead, acting as a stress test on national and global institutions.
The 16th Annual 16th Annual Workshop of the Households in Conflict Network will be an online event this year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The world is experiencing an shock of massive proportions, with a host of unexplored questions and uncertain answers. Scholars can contribute substantially to the debate, in particular a network as ours with a […]
The ECARES Research Master Merit Award is an annual prize given to an outstanding student who is accepted into the doctoral school at ECARES. The total amount of this prize is of 10.000 euros and will be given at the beginning of the academic year (2021-2022).
THE VALUE ADDED FROM ACTIVE FUND MANAGEMENT – Capitant Brussels and the finance research groups from UCL, UGent, ULB, ULiège, UNamur, and VUB are excited to invite you to the inaugural lecture by professor Olivier Scaillet, laureate of the International Francqui Chair 2020 in human sciences.
Gravity vs IO: Trade Policy, Mergers and Multinational Production. Recent work in international trade builds on the structural gravity model to provide useful tools for counterfactual policy analysis. The trade approach is economical in terms of data requirements, and can handle large scale problems in terms of country coverage, together with sophisticated models, where firms can decide among […]
The labor market is undergoing profound changes, raising multiple policy challenges. There is a need to stimulate labor mobility while protecting workers; increase productivity and employment levels while containing income inequality; accommodate globalization and technological change while ensuring equal opportunities for everyone.
Philip Verwimp was interviewed on VRT (flemish public radio) on the Nobel Prize in Economics for Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer. Interview is in Dutch.
Philip VERWIMP has received a grant (2019-2024) from the Higher Academy for Research and Teaching (ARES) to set up a centre for the evaluation of public policies at Moulay Ismail University of Meknes, Morocco.
On Friday September 27th, we are closing off this themed week on happiness at work with a full-packed afternoon schedule for everyone who would like to get even more inspired about happiness at work.