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Financial Support for Students in Higher Education in the Czech Republic: a System Overhaul Is Required

15 September, 2021

Financial support for students in higher education in the Czech Republic has not received the attention it deserves over the past decade. Not only has the general public lost little sleep over this matter, but academics and politicians have largely ignored it, too, a new study by Daniel Münich and Otakar Kořínek from the the think-tank IDEA at CERGE-EI suggests.

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New MA in Applied Economics Cohort Starts their Studies

13 September, 2021

The beginning of the new 2021/2022 academic year is around the corner and the MA in Applied Economics program is preparing their students for it.

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CERGE-EI Media Highlights for August

7 September, 2021

The 2022 national budget, the age at which children should start kindergarten, investments in education, and teachers' salaries are among the topics that CERGE-EI experts commented on in the Czech media in August.

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Ph.D. Candidates Successfully Finishing Their Studies

6 September, 2021

Some of our Ph.D. Candidates are finishing their studies at CERGE-EI in September. We wish them all the best with their defenses!

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Uzbekistan Successes

3 September, 2021

In a July 2021 listing of the most influential economists in Uzbekistan (per IDEAS/RePEc), three were either current or past participants of the CERGE-EI Foundation Teaching Fellows Program.

 

The only woman on the list, Nargiza Alimukhamedova, is CERGE-EI's PhD alumna.

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