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Which public policy in Switzerland to face the Corona Lockdown costs? Published at 31.03.20
Which public policy in Switzerland to face the Corona Lockdown costs?
In the context of the Enterprise for Society Center (E4S), four researchers from HEC Lausanne (UNIL), Jean-Philippe Bonardi, Marius Brülhart, Eric Jondeau and Dominic Rohner, and the researcher Jean-Pierre Danthine from EPFL are exploring this question. In particular, they suggest that if public funding of the economic costs of lockdown is required today, it is important to think carefully about the mechanisms used and the incentives or externalities they may generate.
Best teacher awards: nine professors rewarded at HEC Lausanne Published at 19.12.19
Best teacher awards: nine professors rewarded at HEC Lausanne
The Deanship of the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Lausanne recently presented its nine “HEC Lausanne Best Teacher Awards”, singling out teachers for the success of their courses as rated by students.
Academic excellence: thesis prizes winners 2019 Published at 25.11.19
Academic excellence: thesis prizes winners 2019
Five PhD graduates from the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne were awarded prizes at the second edition of the Annual Doctoral Event on Thursday 21 November 2019. The Dean’s Office warmly congratulates the researchers concerned.
Prévisions pour l'économie suisse en 2019-2021 Published at 24.11.19
Prévisions pour l'économie suisse en 2019-2021
Novembre 2019 | Croissance faible en 2019, pouvant mener à une quasi-stagnation au début de 2020, avant reprise modeste.
Twelve professors from HEC Lausanne have been highly rated in the Forschungsmonitoring rankings Published at 30.10.19
Twelve professors from HEC Lausanne have been highly rated in the Forschungsmonitoring...
Twelve professors from HEC Lausanne (UNIL) have scored highly in the VWL Ranking of the Forschungsmonitoring for their publications in leading academic journals, reflecting the excellence and strong academic impact of the research carried out in the School.
PIB vaudois: robuste dans un environnement international fragile Published at 25.10.19
PIB vaudois: robuste dans un environnement international fragile
Octobre 2019 | L’économie vaudoise se montre résistante face au ralentissement de la conjoncture mondiale.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics recognises a revolution in development economics Published at 15.10.19
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics recognises a revolution in development economics
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2019, commonly known as the “Nobel Prize in Economics”, has just been awarded to Abjijit Banerjee (MIT), Esther Duflo (MIT) and Michael Kremer (Harvard), three researchers who have contributed to the renewal of development economics by using randomised experiments. According to Professor Dominic Rohner and Professor Mathias Thoenig from HEC Lausanne (UNIL), the research carried out by these three exceptional winners has had a profound impact on their field of study and more generally, on social sciences research.
The Distinguished CESifo Affiliate Award awarded to Prof. Camille Terrier Published at 14.10.19
The Distinguished CESifo Affiliate Award awarded to Prof. Camille Terrier
Camille Terrier, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne, has been given an award for the best article presented at the CESifo Area Conference on the Economics of Education 2019 in Munich.
Baromètre conjoncturel (conjoncture romande et suisse) - n°95 Published at 20.09.19
Baromètre conjoncturel (conjoncture romande et suisse) - n°95
Septembre 2019 | Évolution jusqu'au quatrième trimestre 2019

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