School of Public Policy Alumni Reunion “Back to School” session
Speaker Bio: At CEU, Martin Kahanec (ECON '00) teaches courses on economics and on labor and population. His main research interests are labor and population economics, ethnicity, migration, and reforms in European labor markets. He has held several advisory positions and leading roles in scientific and policy projects with the World Bank, the European Commission, European Parliament, OECD, and other international and national institutions. He has published in peer-reviewed academic journals, contributed chapters to collected volumes including the Oxford Handbook of Economic Inequality (OxfordUP) and the International Handbook on the Economics of Migration (Edward Elgar), and he has edited several scientific book volumes and journal special issues. Martin Kahanec earned his Ph.D. in Economics in 2006 from the Center for Economic Research (CentER), Tilburg University, the Netherlands.
Description of session: Professor Kahanec will lead the session with a lecture on migration and its governance. Participants will then participate in a brief interactive exercise that builds on the information presented in the lecture. This event is part of CEU Alumni Reunion 2017.
Open to alumni of all Schools / departments.
Please note, due to the format of this session, there is limited space. Please sign up early!