Friday, 17 March, 2023

00:01 | For Study Applicants | ONLINE

Admissions open!

Since December 1st till March 31 you can apply to our programs:
Master in Economic Research and PhD in Economics

Entry requirements are:
- BA or MA degree or equivalent
- Proficiency in spoken and written English
- Solid background in mathematics
- Previous education in economics is recommended

Your online application must content following documents:
- Curriculum vitae
- Statement of motivation
- Copies of your diplomas and transcripts
- Proof of English proficiency level
- Contact details for two (or max. three) referees

For more information please see sections: How to apply to MAER or How to apply to PhD
In case of any question, please do not hesitate to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or see the FAQ sections for MAER or Phd

13:00 | Special Event

Coffee with Alumni - Martin Kuncl

We are pleased to invite CERGE-EI students, faculty, and alumni to the #AlumniLive coffee break with our PhD alumnus Martin Kuncl from the Bank of Canada.

The coffee break will take place in the Faculty lounge on the 3rd floor. Grab your mugs and enjoy coffee, sweets, and networking!

#AlumniLive Coffee with Alumni is an informal gathering that serves as a platform for students to network with alumni.

14:00 | Micro Theory Research Seminar

Francesc Dilmé (University of Bonn) "Lexicographic Numbers in Extensive Form Games"

Prof. Francesc Dilmé 

University of Bonn, Germany

Join online: (Passcode: 3698)


Abstract: This paper introduces the space of (lexicographic) ℓ-numbers and uses it to analyze extensive form games. ℓ-Numbers are a simplified, two-dimensional version of the hyperreal numbers, with straightforward operations that make it easy to work with infinitesimal probabilities. We use ℓ-numbers to provide simple characterizations of tremble-based equilibrium concepts, such as sequential equilibria or sequential stable outcomes, without using sequences of strategy profiles.

JEL Classification: C72, C73
Keywords: Lexicographic numbers, sequential equilibrium, stable outcome

Full Text: Lexicographic Numbers in Extensive Form Games

14:00 | For Study Applicants | ONLINE

Meet our Students Online: Nino Shoshiashvili

Are you wondering what it's like to study at CERGE-EI?
You´re welcome to join Nino´s presentations on March 17 at 2:00 p.m. (CET)
She will share her personal experience and answer all your questions.


Presenter: Nino Shoshiashvili
Online link for the presenation:

meet our students nino 2