Conference Sessions

Labor Economics I

  • Flora Stiftinger (Johannes Kepler University Linz): Worker Absenteeism and Value of Unemployment
  • Tamás Bukur (Corvinus University Budapest): The Impact of Foreign Firms on Wage Inequality in Hungary
  • Egshiglen Batbayar (University of Bonn, Germany): Explaining the Increasing Gender Pay Gap in Mongolia

Behavioral Economics

  • Mohamad Rafi Bin Kamsani Chia (National University of Singapore): An Empirical Analysis of the Interaction Effects of Live Feedback and Social Comparison Interventions on Resource Conservation
  • Joanna Krysta (SGH Warsaw School of Economics): Modeling Stock Exchange with Rational and Irrational Market Participants with Modified Riot Game and the Hurwicz Criterion
  • Antonios Psathas (University of Crete): Can Behavioral Economics Inform Decisions in Tourism Marketing?

Macroeconomics and Finance

  • Alessandra Vollmer (University of St. Gallen): Measuring Monetary Policy Uncertainty in India
  • Anastasiia Shenderova (Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University): The Impact of the Main Macroeconomic Indicators on the Stock Markets of the Leading EU Countries in Conditions of Instability and Uncertainty
  • Altar Gur (University of Warsaw): Cost and Benefit Analysis of a Currency Change to Euro in Poland, with Respect to Russia's 2022 Ukraine Invasion

Trust, Corruption and Public Policy

  • Márton Vida (Central European University): Corruption Cases and White Elephants: Lessons of Some EU-funded Projects in Hungary – Case Studies
  • Emilio Oelsinger (Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurt): Social Cohesion Measured by Anti-Social Behavior
  • Mateusz Marcol (University of Warsaw): Institutional Drivers of COVID-19 Vaccination Uptake

Trade, Development, Environment

  • Miriam Körfer (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg): Determinants of NO2 Emissions in Stuttgart
  • Eva-Maria Poerters (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn): Will Today’s Data Revolution be Followed by an Econometrics Revolution? Non-traditional Data for Improved Targeting of Decision- and Policy-making in an Underdeveloped Setting.
  • Tetiana Adelzberh (Odesa Mechnikov National University): The Impact of Energy Resources Prices on the Balances of Payments of the CEE Countries

Multidisciplinary Research

  • Bohdan Hukovych (Charles University in Prague): Is Human a Rational Being? Analysis of the Effect of Rationality on Different Societal Spheres
  • Adam Górecki (Warsaw School of Economics/ University of Warsaw): The Nature of Money – Myth of Barter or State Money?

Labor Economics II

  • Yutong Liang (Central European University): Economic Crime and Gender Gap in Crime: Studying Gender Equality from 1990s in the U.S.
  • Alisa Krupytsia (Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University): Dynamics of Migrant Remittances and Their Impact on the Balance of Payments of Central and Eastern European Countries

Monetary Policy of the ECB

  • Michał Reczek (SGH Warsaw School of Economics): Measuring the Response of the Polish Macroeconomy to the European Central Bank Policy Surprises
  • Ioulia-anna Fasoulopoulou (Deree - The American College of Greece): The Impact of Monetary Policy in Euro Area and a Small Open Economy; the Case for Greece