Sound, timely and well-designed economic policy decision-making must go hand-in-hand with high quality training, knowledge sharing and life-long learning. My contributions are listed below.
Joint Vienna Institute, April 2022 (invited): Quantitative Analyses: A Dynamic General Equilibrium Model for Demographics and Pension Policies.
Evaluation: 4.7 out of 5 (5 being the maximum); highest rating among 15 sessions / speakers.
International Monetary Fund:
November 2019 (co-author): Macro-Structural Training, Labor and Product Market Reforms, The STRESS Model.
September 2019: Macro-Structural Training, Fiscal-Structural Gaps, Reforms, and Their Impact, The OGRE Model. Teaching material.
May 2018: Macro-Structural Training, Labor and Product Market Reforms, The STRESS Model. Teaching material.
March 2018: Macro-Structural Training, Fiscal-Structural Gaps, Reforms, and Their Impact, The OGRE Model. Teaching material.
University of Tartu, Autumn 2016 (invited): DSGE and OLG models. Teaching material. Evaluation.
"Very useful course and would like to have part 2 to learn more."
"I like your teaching methods - keep it up."
Bank of Lithuania, Spring 2016:
Introduction to D(S)GE modeling for policy analysis. Teaching material. Evaluation.
"It was a nice course that I would recommend to anyone who does not know DSGE models."
"Lecturer has a talent to explain rather complex concepts in a simple manner."
OGRE, the pension model. Teaching material.
University of Cambridge, Wolfson College, Michaelmas term in 2010 (teaching assistant): BA-level Econometrics.
National Bank of Hungary, February 2008: presentation on foreign trade projections to National Bank of Ukraine staff.
Corvinus University of Budapest, 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 (teaching assistant):
BA-level International Macroeconomics