The aim of the research working group (RWG) is to form a university centre for spatial econometrics needed to study asymmetric regional effects of economic policy, macroeconomic shocks and long-term economic dynamics. The group promotes the active participation of undergraduate and postgraduate students in seminars, scientific research projects, and conferences. Group members will publish joint papers.
Members of our research group successfully participated in XV World Conference of the Spatial Econometrics Association.
Elena Semerikova successfully gave a presentation «A Spatial Quantile Regression Analysis of Housing Prices in German Regions» at the 13th World Congress of the RSAI «Smart regions - Opportunities for sustainable development in the digital era» and held one of the sessions as a chairperson.
Elena Semerikova is participating in one of the best spatial econometrics school The Spatial Econometrics Advanced Institute (SEAI) as a lecturer, our congratulations!
On the 5th of March Elena Kotyrlo and Hryhorii Kalachyhin made a presentation at the the research seminar of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).
Presentation topic: "The effects of India’s BITs termination on FDI inflows"
On the 28th of November Alexander Myasnikov gave a presentation «Regional asymmetry of the effects of monetary policy: a spatial econometric approach» at the Research Seminar of International Laboratory for Macroeconomic Analysis.
Olga Demidova made a presentation "Partial marginal effects for spatial models on the example of wage curve for Russia" on the NARSC 2020 Virtual Conference.
Academic seminar of the Centre for Spatial Econometrics in Applied Macroeconomic Research was held on the 28th of October where Lada Kuletskaya gave a presentation «Spatial modelling of voting preferences: the “mystery” of the Republic of Tatarstan» (in co-authorship with O. Demidova and E. Podkolzina).
Members of our research group actively participated in the VII-th International Conference “Modern Econometrics Tools and Applications” (META2020)