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Annual Conference 10 - 12 September 2009, Tallinn

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The EALE Conference 2009 will be hosted by the Olümpia Conference Centre,  on September 10th-12th, 2009. The event will bring together all those with an interest in the field of labour economics. The annual conference provides a meeting point where members and top researchers are presenting and discussing their ongoing research.

The Conference will be organized by The  Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu, Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration, Tallinn University of Technology and the Eesti Bank/Bank of Estonia.

The  Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu
The economic and business education was provided in Tartu University (established in 1632) already since 17-th century, but Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FEBA) was established in 1938. Currently more than 1400 students are studying full or part time in FEBA including 65 doctoral students. The size of full-time academic staff is 56 persons. The faculty has made serious efforts to integrate into international research arena. Most important research topics include innovation studies, organisational culture and labour economics. Among the most recent publications of FEBA are collective monograph „Estonia, the New EU Economy. Building Baltic Miracle ?“ published by Ashgate in 2006 and „Labour Market Flexibility, Flexicurity and Employment. Lessons of the Baltic States“ by Nova Science 2007.

Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration, Tallinn University of Technology
Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration (TSEBA) of Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) has been providing business education for more than 65 years. It was established in 1940 when the Faculty of Economics was transferred from the University of Tartu to Tallinn University of Technology (at that time Tallinn Polytechnical Institute). Today TSEBA with its approximately 2000 students is the second largest faculty of the university. TUT is also the Estonia’s largest business school teaching in three languages – Estonian, Russian and English. The teaching staff of 103 includes 40 PhD-s. The School is running one of largest international programmes in Estonia (BBA and MBA).

Eesti Bank/Bank of Estonia.
Eesti Pank is the central bank of the Republic of Estonia and a constitutional institution analysing and running the Estonian monetary system, i.e. the monetary policy of Estonia. The aim of monetary policy is to ensure a low and stable price rise and the best conditions for economic growth. The central bank is also responsible for the security and stability of the financial system. It has the sole right to issue the Estonian currency and bears responsibility for currency circulation along with maintaining the stability of the national currency.


EALE 2009 conference is organized by a partnership of the following institutes:

Faculty of Economics and Business Admistration
University of Tartu


Bank of Estonia

The EALE 2009 Conference is financially sponsored by:







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