The Doctoral School in Economics and Innovation was created in the framework of Estonia’s Operational Programme for Human Resource Development measure "Development of collaboration and innovation in higher education institutions", sub-measure "Doctoral Schools", as co-financed by European Structural Funds. Read more
Project20-49: Structural Change as the Factor of Productivity Growth in the Case of Catching up Economies
The Center aims to conduct research and disseminate knowledge on Asian and Emerging Markets in co-operation with Estonian and foreign research centers, entrepreneurs and public sector. www.asiancenter.ut.ee/en
On 22 and 23 April, the UT Faculty of Economics and Business Administration hosts one of the best-known researchers in social accounting, Professor Robert Hugh Gray from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.