Tomasz Legiędź (2019) The transition from limited access orders to open access orders in the post-communist Europe.Communist and Post-Communist Studies (SNIP 2018=1.431; IF 2018=1.351).
The Multi-dimensional Data Workshop on Modelling the Cross-section Dependence, the Spatial Heterogeneity and the Network Diffusion Prof. Yongcheol Shin (University of York) More info soon!
We invite you to participate in the following – The 22nd edition of the International Scientific Conference “Ethics in Economic Life“. This year’s meeting will take place on 23-24 May at the Faculty of Economics and Sociology of the University of Lodz. The XXII edition of the conference, as in the previous years, will […]
Piotr Krajewski, Michał Mackiewicz (2019). The Role of Capital and Labour in Shaping the Environmental Effects of Fiscal Stimulus. Journal of Cleaner Production.
We would like to remind you about the upcoming deadline for applications in EkSoc StartUp contest. Students of all universities in the Lodz Voivodship, who have ideas for their own businesses, are welcome to apply. Thanks to the support of one of our partners, Accenture, the main prize has been raised to PLN 20,000! Free […]
The Faculty of Economics and Sociology of the University of Lodz has been officially granted a candidacy status by International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) for the major of Economics (I & II cycle). IACBE is an American organization consisting of the best business schools in the world. Acquiring the IACBE Accreditation will be a […]
Pipień Mateusz, Roszkowska Sylwia (2018), Diversity in returns to education in Europe. The empirical importance of the systems of the regression approach. Argumenta Oeconomica No 2(41), 61-90 Olszak Małgorzata, Roszkowska Sylwia & Kowalska Iwona (2019), Do macroprudential policy instruments reduce the procyclical impact of capital ratio on bank lending? Cross-country evidence. Baltic Journal of Economics […]
Ageliki Anagnostou & Paweł Gajewski (2018) Heterogeneous Impact of Monetary Policy on Regional Economic Activity: Empirical Evidence for Poland, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, DOI: 10.1080/1540496X.2018.1531751