Call for submissions for The Best Doctoral Dissertation in Comparative Economic Systems. Deadline: 30 April 2016

Past Winners and Dissertations

“2014 Gabriel Burdín (PhD from the University of Siena) Essays on Worker-Managed Firms”

2012 Bjoern Jindra (Phd from the University of Sussex)
INTERNATIONALISATION THEORY AND TECHNOLOGICAL ACCUMULATION An investigation of multinational affiliates in East Germany”

2010 Roman Horváth (PhD from Charles University Prague)
Empirical essays on monetary economics

2008 Sanjaya Acharya (PhD from Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Pro-poor growth and liberalisation: CGE Policy modelling for Nepal

2006 Bruno Merleverde (PhD from University of Gent)
The Effects of Economic Reform and Foreign Direct Investment on the Domestic Economy and the Domestic Companies of Central and Eastern European Transition Countries

2004 Balazs Egert (PhD from Université de Paris X – Nanterre)
Le taux de change réel dans la transition des pays d’Europe centrale et orientale; Aspects théoriques et empiriques

2002 Daniel Piazolo (PhD from University of Kiel)
The Integration Process between Eastern and Western Europe

2000 Katharina Mueller (PhD from University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder)
The Political Economy of Pension Reform in Central-Eastern Europe

1998 Klaus Meyer (PhD from London Business School)
Determinants of Direct Foreign Investment in Central and Eastern Europe

1996 Bert van Selm (PhD from University of Groningen)
The Economics of Soviet Break-up

1994 Wim Swaan (PhD from University of Amsterdam)
Behaviour and Institutions under Economic Reform. Price Regulation and Market Behaviour in Hungary