Visiting professors

2018/2019 Academic Year

NameInstitution/CountryPurpose/Subject of stay
Tamás BriglevicsHungarian National Bank1. Advanced Macroeconomics
2. Topics in Macroeconomics
Max GillmanUniversity of Missouri-St. LouisMonetary Theory and Policy: Modelling and Evidence
István KónyaInstitute of Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences1. Advanced Macroeconomics
2. Growth and Development
Eyno RotsHungarian National BankTopics in Macroeconomics
Michael ReiterInstitute of Advanced Studies (Vienna)Solving Quantitative Equilibrium Models
Basile GrassiUniversità BocconiTopics in Macroeconomics
Lorenz GoetteUniversitat BonnExperimental Economics

2017/2018 Academic Year

NameInstitution/CountryPurpose/Subject of stay
Tamás BriglevicsHungarian National Bank1. Advanced Macroeconomics
2. Topics in Macroeconomics
Max GillmanUniversity of Missouri-St. LouisMonetary Theory and Policy: Modelling and Evidence
István KónyaInstitute of Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences1. Advanced Macroeconomics
2. Growth and Development
Eyno RotsHungarian National BankTopics in Macroeconomics
Michael ReiterInstitute of Advanced Studies (Vienna)Solving Quantitative Equilibrium Models
Laszlo KoczyInstitute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, University of ObudaAdvanced Microeconomics: Game Theory

2016/2017 Academic Year

NameInstitution/CountryPurpose/Subject of stay
Tamás BriglevicsHungarian National Bank1. Advanced Macroeconomics
2. Topics in Macroeconomics
Albert László BarabásiNortheastern UniversityScience of Success
Max GillmanUniversity of Missouri-St. LouisMonetary Theory and Policy: Modelling and Evidence
István KónyaInstitute of Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences1. Advanced Macroeconomics
2. Growth and Development
John S. EarleGeorge Mason UniversityAdvanced Labor Economics
Almos TelegdyHungarian National BankAdvanced Labor Economics
Zsolt BiharyCorvinus UniversityAdvanced microeconomics: Information Economics
Peter CsokaCorvinus UniversityAdvanced microeconomics: Information Economics
Eyno RotsHungarian National BankTopics in Macroeconomics
Laszlo HalpernInstitute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of SciencesInternational Finance

2015/2016 Academic Year

Name

Institution/Country

Purpose/Subject of stay

Duration of stay

 Tamás Briglevics

Hungarian National Bank

 Advanced Macroeconomics

 6 weeks

 Albert László Barabási

Northeastern University

Network Science 4 weeks
 Max Gillman University of Cardiff, Wales

 Monetary Theory

 4 weeks

 István Kónya

 Institute of Economics at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Growth and Development 6 weeks

2014/2015 Academic Year

Name

Institution/Country

Purpose/Subject of stay

Duration of stay

 Tamás Briglevics

Hungarian National Bank Advanced Macroeconomics

 6 weeks

 Mirco Tonin

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Public Economy and Finance 6 weeks
András Fülöp ESSEC Business School, France

 Financial Econometrics

 6 weeks

 Albert László Barabási

 Northeastern University Network Science 4 weeks
 Max Gillman University of Cardiff, Wales

 Monetary Theory

 4 weeks
István KónyaInstitute of Economics at the Hungarian Academy of SciencesGrowth and Development

 6 weeks

2013/2014 Academic Year

Name

Institution/Country

Purpose/Subject of stay

Duration of stay

 Tamás Papp

Institute for Advanced Studies, USA

 Advanced Macroeconomics

 2 weeks

 Herbert Gintis

University of Massachusetts, USA

Evolutionary Game Theory 5 weeks
 Dezso Szalay Universitat Bonn, Germany

 Advanced Microeconomics

 4 weeks

 James Davidson

 University of Exeter, UK Advanced Time Series Analysis 3 weeks
 András Fülöp ESSEC Business School, France

 Bayesian Economics

 6 weeks

2012/2013 Academic Year

Name

Institution/Country

Purpose/Subject of stay

Duration of stay

András Fülöp

ESSEC Business School, France

Bayesian Econometrics

 4 weeks

Joshua Angrist

MIT, USA

Empirical Strategies for Policy Evaluation

 1 week

 2011/2012 Academic Year

Name

Institution/Country

Purpose/Subject of stay

Duration of stay

Botond Köszegi

Berkeley University, USA

Advanced Micro 2

6 weeks

Herbert Gintis

University of Massachusetts, USA

Experimental and Evolutionary Game Theory

6 weeks

Max Gillman

University of Cardiff, Wales

Monetary Economics

4 weeks

András Fülöp

ESSEC Business School, France

Bayesian Econometrics

4 weeks

James Davidson

University of Exeter, UK

Advanced Time Series Analysis

3 weeks

Fabio Ghironi

Boston College, USA

International Macro 2

1 week

Roland Straub

European Central Bank, Germany

International Macro 2

1 week

 2010/2011 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Zvika NeemanTel-Aviv University, IsraelAdvanced Microeconomics 23 weeks
Kristóf MadarászLondon School of Economics, UKBehavioral Economics1 week
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAExperimental and Evolutionary Game Theory5 weeks
Max GillmanUniversity of Cardiff, WalesMonetary Economics3 weeks
András FülöpESSEC Business School, FranceFinancial Econometrics2 weeks
James DavidsonUniversity of Exeter, UKAdvanced Time Series Analysis3 weeks

2009/2010 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
James DavidsonUniversity of Exeter, UKAdvanced Time Series Analysis3 weeks
Max GillmanUniversity of Cardiff, WalesMonetary Economics3 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAExperimental and Evolutionary Game Theory5 weeks
Kristóf MadarászLondon School of Economics, UKBehavioral Economics 22 weeks
Zvika NeemanTel-Aviv University, IsraelAdvanced Microeconomics 24 weeks
Frantisek TurnovecCharles University, Czech RepublicInstitutional Economics of European Integration2 weeks

2008/2009 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Avner Ben-NerUniversity of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USAResearch Seminar
James DavidsonUniversity of Exeter, UKAdvanced Time Series Analysis
Max GillmanUniversity of Cardiff, WalesMonetary Economics 
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University CanadaApplied Time Series Analysis 
Péter VidaUniversity of ViennaAdvanced Microeconomics 3 - Game Theory 
David AndolfattoSimon Fraser UniversityMoney and Banking 
Gerhard ClemenzUniversity of ViennaEnvironmental Economics 
Burcin YurtogluUniversity of ViennaTopics in Corporate Governance 
Gerardo della PaoleraThe American University of ParisTopics in International Debt, Financial and Money Markets 

2007/2008 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAExperimental and Evolutionary Game Theory5 weeks
Max GillmanUniversity of Cardiff, WalesAdvanced Macroeconomics 2A1 month
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University CanadaApplied Time Series Analysis 3 weeks
Kristóf MadarászUniversity of BerkeleyBehavioral Economics 22 weeks
Jacques ThisseUniversite de Liege, BelgiumNew Economic Geography5 weeks
Avner Ben-NerState Univ. of New York, USAOrganizational Economics5 weeks
James DavidsonUniversity of Exeter, UKAdvanced Time Series Analysis3 weeks 

2006/2007 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Alberto DalmazzoUniversity of Sienna, ItalyAdvanced Macroeconomics 1A6 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAAdvanced Microeconomics 2 - Game Theory9 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAExperimental and Evolutionary Game Theory9 weeks
Max GillmanUniversity of Cardiff, WalesAdvanced Macroeconomics 2A1 month
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University CanadaAdvanced Time Series Analysis3 weeks
Robert SauerUniversity of Southampton, UKDiscrete Choice Models1 month
Shlomo WeberUniversite Catholique de Louvain, FranceTopics in Political Economy2 weeks 

2005/2006 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Alberto DalmazzoUniversity of Sienna, ItalyAdvanced Macroeconomics 1A4 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAAdvanced Microeconomics 2 - Game Theory4 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAExperimental and Evolutionary Game Theory4 weeks
Jacque TisseUniversite Catholique de Louvain, FranceNew Economic Geography2 weeks
Lorenz GoetteUniversity of Zurich, GermanyBehavioral and Experimental Economics4 weeks
Mark RobertsPenn State University, USA Advanced Topics in IO2 weeks
Masa AokiStanford University, USATopics in Comparative Institutional Economics2 weeks
Max GillmanUniversity of Cardiff, WalesAdvanced Macroeconomics 2A1 month
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University, CanadaAdvanced Time Series Analysis2 weeks
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University, CanadaEconomics of Hyperinflation2 weeks
Robert SauerUniversity of Southampton, UKDiscrete Choice Models1 month
Shlomo WeberUniversite Catholique de Louvain, FranceTopics in Political Economy2 weeks
Steve TurnovskyUniversity of Washington, USAAdvanced Macroeconomics 1B2 weeks 

2004/2005 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Alberto DalmazzoUniversity of Sienna, ItalyAdvanced Macroeconomics 24 weeks
Gianmarco OttavianoUniversity of Bologna, ItalyNew Economic Geography2 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAAdvanced Microeconomics 2 - Game Theory4 weeks
Herbert GintisUniversity of Massachusetts, USAExperimental and Evolutionary Game Theory4 weeks
Lorenz GoetteUniversity of Zurich, GermanyBehavioral and Experimental Economics4 weeks
Michael KejakCharles University, Czech RepublicNumerical Methods for Dynamic Macro4 weeks
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University CanadaAdvanced Time Series Analysis2 weeks
Robert SauerUniversity of Southampton, UKDiscrete Choice Models1 month
Roger VickermanUniversity of Kent at Canterbury, UKEconomics of European Integration1 week 

2003/2004 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Amin FalkUniversity of Bonn, GermanyBehavioral and Experimental Economics2 weeks
Christopher CarrollJohn Hopkins University, USSpecial Topics in Econometric Theory2 weeks
Fabrizio CoricelliUniversity of Siena, ItalyAdvanced Macroeconomics 24 week
Gyöngyi LóránthLondon School of Economics, UKAdvanced Finance2 weeks
Lorenz GoetteUniversity of Zurich, GermanyBehavioral and Experimental Economics4 weeks
Michael KejakCharles University, Czech RepublicNumerical Methods for Dynamic Macro3 weeks
Pierre SiklosWilfrid Laurier University CanadaSpecial Topics in Econometrics: Special topics in Time Series Analysis2 weeks
Roger VickermanUniversity of Kent at Canterbury, UKEconomics of European Integration2 weeks
Timo TerasvitaStockholm School of Economics, SwedenAdvanced Time Series Analysis3 weeks
Tommaso MonacelliBoston College,US, Universita Bocconi,ItalyTopics in Adv. Macro Theory and Policy2 weeks 

2002/2003 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Amin FalkUniversity of Bonn, GermanyBehavioral and Experimental Economics2 weeks
Attila AmbrusHarvard UniversityTopics in Economic Theory2 weeks
Chris CornwellUniversity of Georgia, USAdvanced Applied Econometrics3 weeks
Fabrizio CoricelliUniversity of Siena, ItalyAdvanced Macroeconomics 25 weeks
Gerald PfannIZA / University of Maastricht, HollandAdvanced Labor Economics2 weeks
Gyöngyi LóránthLondon School of Economics, UKAdvanced Finance2 weeks
Michael Ban-GadUniversity of HaifaAdvanced Macroeconomics 15 weeks
Michael KejakCharles University, Czech RepublicNumerical Methods for Dynamic Macro4 weeks
Patric ReyUniversité Toulouse, FranceAdv. Macro Theory and Policy Issues in Dynamic Macroeconomic1 week
Paul KofmanUniversity of Technology Sydney, AustraliaModelling Financial Markets3 weeks
Plutarchos SakellorisUniversity of MarylandAdvanced Macro Policy and Theory 2 2 weeks
Roger VickermanUniversity of Kent at Canterbury, UKEconomics of European Integration2 weeks
Russel W. CooperBoston UniversityAdvanced Macro Policy and Theory 12 weeks
Timo TerasvitaStockholm School of Economics, SwedenAdvanced Time Series Analysis4 weeks
Tommaso MonacelliBoston College,US, Universita Bocconi, ItalyMonetary Theory4 weeks
 William GriffithsUniversity of Melbourne, AustraliaTopics in Econometrics 1: Introduction to Bayesian Econometrics3 weeks

2001/2002 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Alex CukiermanUniversity of Tel Aviv, IzraelAdvanced Macro Policy2 weeks
Botond KőszegiBerkeley University, USAPublic Economic of Finance3 weeks
Botond KőszegiBerkeley University, USABehavioural Economics2 weeks
Chris CornwellUniversity of Georgia, USAdvanced Applied Econometrics3 weeks
Fabio CanovaUniversity of Pompau Fabra, SpainSpecial Topics in Macroeceonomics2 weeks
Gyöngyi LóránthLondon School of Economics, UKAdvanced Finance2 weeks
Roger VickermanUniversity of Kent at Canterbury, UKEconomics of European Integration2 weeks
Samuel BowlesUniversity of MassachusettsTopics in Economic Theory2 weeks
Tilo PietraUniversity of Modena, ItalyUniversity of Modena, Italy2 weeks
Yoran WeissUniversity of Tel Aviv, IzraelAdvanced Labor Economics2 weeks 

2000/2001 Academic Year

NameInstitution/Country
Purpose/Subject of stay
Duration of stay
Anhony DnesUniversity of Hull, UKLaw and Economics4 weeks
Botond KőszegiBerkeley University, USAPublic Economic of Finance3 weeks
Botond KőszegiBerkeley University, USABehavioural Economics2 weeks
Bruce ElmslieUniversity of New Hempshire, USAAdvanced International Trade4 weeks
David HarrisUniversity of Melbourne, AustraliaAdvanced Time Series Analysis4 weeks
Dusan MramorUniversity of Ljubljana, SloveniaCorporate Finance3 weeks
Fabrizio CoricelliUniversity of Siena, ItalyAdvanced Macroeconomics 25 weeks
Gyöngyi LóránthLondon School of Economics, UKAdvanced Finance2 weeks
Ivan BicanicUniversity of Zagreb, CroatiaTheories of Economic Growth3 weeks
Michael KejakCharles University, Czech RepublicAdvanced Macroeconomics5 weeks
Paul KofmanUniversity of Technology Sydney, AustraliaModeling Financial Markets4 weeks
Stanislaw GomulkaLondon School of Economics, UKTheories of Economic Growth2 weeks
Steven PlautUniversity of Haifa, IsraelInternational Finance3 weeks