conferences, seminars, workshops

take care of the sense and the sounds will take care of themselves. /Lewis Carroll/

2020/2021


    • Copenhagen, Denmark (Econometric Society European Meeting 2021). Paper: Global Impacts of the US Monetary Policy Uncertainty Shocks

    • Miri, Malaysia (Asian Meeting of Econometric Society 2021). Paper: Global Impacts of the US Monetary Policy Uncertainty Shocks

    • Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire (African Meeting of Econometric Society 2021). Paper: What Explains Excess Trade Persistence? A Theory of Deep Habits in Global Value Chains

    • Frankfurt, Germany (ECB International Policy Analysis Seminar Series). Paper: Global Impacts of the US Monetary Policy Uncertainty Shocks

    • Washington D.C. (U.S. International Trade Commission Research Seminar Series). Paper: What Explains Excess Trade Persistence? A Theory of Deep Habits in Global Value Chains

    • Frankfurt, Germany (2020 Trade Expert Network workshop). Paper: What Explains Excess Trade Persistence? A Theory of Deep Habits in Global Value Chains

    • Vilnius, Lithuanian (BoL/NBP/CEBRA/CEPR conference on "Adjustments in and to an Uncertain World"). Organiser

    • Dublin, Ireland (ISGEP - International Study Group on Exports and Productivity). Paper: How Do Firms Adjust When Trade Stops?

    • London, UK (Third and final ESRC LSE/UCL workshop on Structural Reforms and European Integration Workshop). Paper: A Coordination and Transmission Tale about Labor Market Reforms in Europe

    • Dallas, USA (Advances in Econometrics conference in honor of M. Hashem Pesaran, moved to 2022). Paper: To Be or Not To Be: The Effects of Independent and Common Monetary Policy

    • Belfast/remotely (Royal Economic Society Annual Conference). Paper: : A Coordination and Transmission Tale about Labor Market Reforms in Europe

2018/2019


    • Vilnius, Lithuania (Vilnius Winter Meeting 2019). Co-organiser, session chair

    • Rotterdam, The Netherlands (European Job Market). CEFER's hiring team

    • London, UK (CFE-CMStatistics 2019). Paper: How Do Firms Adjust When Trade Stops?

    • Strasbourg, France (3rd ERMEES Workshop). Paper: Does It Matter When Labor Market Reforms Are Implemented? The Role of the Monetary Policy Environment

    • Vienna, Austria (OeNB Summer School 2019 on Big Data for Central Banks: Introduction, Methods and Applications)

    • Manchester, UK (34th Annual Congress of the European Economic Association). Paper: Anticipation and Dynamic Welfare Effects of Trade Barriers

    • Chicago, IL, USA (Course on Monetary and Fiscal Policy with Heterogeneity: A Master Class for Central Bankers and Economists in Policy Institutions)

    • Cambridge, MA, USA (NBER Summer Institute, International Trade and Macroeconomics & International Finance and Macroeconomics workshops)

    • Vilnius, Lithuania (25th International Panel Data Conference). Co-organiser and discussant

    • San Francisco, CA, USA (94th Annual Conference). Paper: Anticipation and Dynamic Welfare Effects of Trade Barriers

    • Riga, Latvia (Baltic Central Banks Research Meeting). Paper: A Coordination and Transmission Tale about Labor Market Reforms in Europe & Shocks, Sentiments, and Real Economy

    • Riga, Latvia (2nd Baltic Economic Conference). Part of the program committee and discussant

    • San Servolo, Venice, Italy. CESifo Venice Summer Institute workshop on The Future of Europe: Structural Reforms, Growth and Globalisation. Paper: Does It Matter When Labor Market Reforms Are Implemented? The Role of the Monetary Policy Environment

    • Warwick, UK (Royal Economic Society Annual Conference). Paper: A Coordination and Transmission Tale about Labor Market Reforms in Europe

    • Tokyo, Japan (15th International Conference, Western Economic Association International). Paper: Anticipation and Dynamic Welfare Effects of Trade Barriers

    • Gerzensee, Switzerland (Course on Monetary Policy, Exchange Rates, and Capital Flows for central bankers)

    • Budapest, Hungary (Lamfalussy Conference). Panel: The Decade of Catching-Up: Within the EU, talk: Heterogeneity and Convergence in EU28: 25 Years After Maastricht

    • Atlanta, Georgia, USA (ASSA annual meeting). Interviews

    • Vilnius, Lithuania (Euro4Future workshop, part of the project Euro4Europe). Paper: Global Spillover Effects of Volatility Shocks

    • Atlanta, GA, USA (ASSA/EAA Job Market). CEFER's hiring team

    • Guayaquil, Ecuador (Latin American Meeting of the Econometric Society). Paper: A Coordination and Transmission Tale about Labor Market Reforms in Europe

    • London, EBRD (ComNet-EBRD workshop on Localisation and Productivity)

    • Warsaw, Poland (NBP-Bank of Lithuania-CEBRA-CEPR Conference: International Spillovers). Co-organiser and discussant

    • University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany (1st EAYE Workshop on Housing and Macroeconomics). Discussant

    • Vilnius, Lithuania (Inaugural Baltic Economic Conference). Co-organiser.

    • Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Vilnius, Lithuania (10th Conference on Business and Management), Keynote Speech on Global Spillover Effects of Volatility Shocks

2016/2017


    • Philadelphia, PA, USA (ASSA/EAA Job Market). CEFER's hiring team

    • Lund University, Department of Economics, Sweden (Seminar Series in Macroeconomics). Paper: A Coordination and Transmission Tale About Labour Market Institutions in Europe

    • University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal (70th European Meeting of the Econometric Society). Paper: Labour Market Institutions in Open Economy

    • University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal (32nd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association). Paper: Spatial Nexus in Crime and Unemployment in Times of Crisis

    • University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Research visit.

    • Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan (4th Annual Conference of the International Association for Applied Econometrics). Paper: The Knotty Interplay Between Credit and Housing

    • OECD, Paris, France (NERO Meeting on Policy Challenges in the Global Economy: Productivity, Risk and Growth). Talk: Structural Labour Market Reforms in Economic Union: Global Perspective

    • Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia (9th Conference on Economic Challenges in Enlarged Europe). Paper: Openness and Structural Labour Market Reforms: Counterfactuals for Lithuania

    • Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania, Roundtable discussion on the desirable profile of the economist

    • Vilnius University, Lithuania, Roundtable discussion on the need of the economist's profession, Merkurijaus Dienos 2017

    • Kaunas Technology University, Lithuania, Keynote Speech at the conference Research Horizons: Insights from Youth

    • University of Tartu, Estonia (Nordic Econometric Meeting 2017). Paper: Openness and Structural Labour Market Reforms: Counterfactuals for Lithuania AND The Knotty Interplay Between Credit and Housing

    • University of Kentucky, Gatton College of Business & Economics, Lexington, KY, USA (Midwest Economic Theory and International Trade Conference). Paper: Labour Market Institutions in Open Economy

    • Bank of Lithuania, Lithuania (Baltic Macroeconomic Meeting 2017). Paper: The Knotty Interplay Between Credit and Housing

    • UniversitĂ  Cattolica "S. Cuore", Milan, Italy (COMPIE 2016). Paper: Openness and Structural Labour Market Reforms: Counterfactuals for Lithuania

    • Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland (ETSG 2016). Paper: Labour Market Institutions in Open Economy

    • Inaugural Conference of the ITM Programme of the Central Bank Research Association, Vilnius, Lithuania (International Trade and Macroeconomic Interdependence in the Age of Global Value Chains). Paper: Global Perspective on the Structural Labour Market Reforms in Europe

    • DEGIT XXI Conference, University of Nottingham, UK (Dynamics, Economic Growth and International Trade). Paper: Dual European Labour Markets and International Trade