LISER recognises the importance of international research exchange and collaboration with researchers in the various fields of socio-economic research.
The Visiting Scholars Programme is part of LISER’s Guest Researchers and Seminars Programme, GRaSP, which provides its researchers with the opportunity to interact with top international researchers and gain in experience, develop capacity and increase research networks through two main venues. First, through GRaSP’s weekly Research Seminars series which allow for external and internal researchers to present their work; and second, through the Visiting Scholars Programme.
This Programme provides the opportunity for local researchers to collaborate in joint research projects with researchers from other Institutions. Moreover, LISER’s visiting scholars are available for discussion with staff members to advise on research projects, to participate actively in research seminars and to contribute with teaching in the context of GRaSP’s training programme or presenting at LISER’s seminar series.
Discover January/February’s Visiting Scholars below:
Dr. Konstantin A. Kholodilin, Macroeconomics Department, DIW Berlin.
|Dr. Marcos Herrera Gomez, Institute for Labour Studies and Economic Development (IELDE), National University of Salta, Argentina.
Project: “HALPOSC – Housing and Land Prices Dependency on Spatial Correlation”
Research host: Brano Glumac, UDM Department
|Prof. Noelia Bernal, Department of Economics, Universidad del Pacificico, Lima.
Project: “Effects of non-contributory pensions on subjective and objective poverty”
Research host: Javier Olivera, Living Conditions Department
|Giovanni Gallo, Department of Economics ‘Marco Biagi’, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy .
Project: “Effect of survey design on social indicators: is the rotating panel design a concern for social indicators estimation?”
Research host: Alessio Fusco, Philippe Van Kerm, Living Conditions Department
|Prof. Eugenio Peluso, Department of Economics, University of Verona.
Project: “Spatial inequalities and public policies”
Research host: Francesco Andreoli, Living Conditions Department
|Prof. Ugo Colombino, Department of Statistics, University of Torino.
Project: “A microeconomicetric-computational approach to emprirical optimal taxation”
Research host: Nizamul Islam, Living Conditions Department
|Prof. Rachel Bocquet, Institut de Recherche en Economie et Gestion (IREGE), University of Savoie Mont Blanc.
Project: “The effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on Corporate social performance”
Research host: Nicolas Poussing, Labour Market Department
|Prof. Mathieu Lefebvre, BETA, University of Strasbourg.
Project: “Experimental assessment of individual consumption under time constraints”
Research host: Ludivine Martin, Labour Market Department