PhD poster session at the 15th Annual Conference of the Estonian Economic Association

23.01.2020 (All day)

Laulasmaa Spa

PhD Poster session is organized within the 15th Annual Conference of the Estonian Economic Association (EMS) on January 23-24, 2020 in Laulasmaa.

Poster session aims to give PhD students the opportunity to present their research ideas or results to conference participants from different organizations. Besides the academic staff from universities there will be people from the banks, state institutions and private organizations.

Please send a short abstract (max 300 words) about the planned poster presentation to by 10 December 2019. Upon acceptance, electronic versions of posters should be sent to by 10 January 2020. Guidelines for compiling posters.
Students who are members of the Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation and have an active enrollment status, can get the printing cost of their posters covered by the doctoral school. Doctoral school will help with printing out the posters before the conference. To cover the conference fee, PhD students are recommended to request for financial assistance from their schools.

More information about the annual conference can be found

The topic of the conference is Sustainable Estonia. The keynote of the conference will be delivered by Prof. Matti Liski. He is a Professor of Economics at Aalto University School of Business. He is also an affiliate at MIT-CEEPR, University of Cambridge EPRG, CESifo Munich, and has been a visiting professor at Toulouse School of Economics. His research focus is both theoretical and empirical microeconomics with applications in industrial organization, public policy, energy markets, and climate change. Prof. Liski has served as a board member in foundations and scientific associations, and has held several editorial duties in journals, such as the Scandinavian Journal of Economics. His research has appeared in journals such as Journal of European Economic Association, Economic Journal, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, and Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.