Nadzeya is a Research Fellow within the Economic Policy Unit of CEPS. She is part of the CEPS research team working on the MEDAM project, Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration. Within MEDAM, Nadzeya’s research focuses on the economic and social integration of immigrants. Besides, her research interests include the decision-making process of migrants and the interchange between the migration and the development policies.
Nadzeya holds a PhD in Economics from the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich. Within her PhD research, she investigated the effects of international labour mobility on firm productivity and innovation in new EU member states. Another part of Nadzeya’s research related to the microeconomic effects of international conflicts. From January 2019, Nadzeya will be based at the LMU Munich as a Postdoc at the Chair of Organisational Economics.
2016: Warwick Economics PhD Conference, 2nd PhD Workshop on Migration (Frankfurt,
April 2016), Ninth Annual Searle Conference on Innovation Economics (discussant; Chicago,
June 2016), European Economic Association Conference (Geneva, August 2016), European
Association of Labour Economics Conference (Ghent, September 2016), Econometric Society
European Winter Meeting (Edinburgh, December 2016)
2017: 20th Colloquium on Personnel Economics (Zurich), European Economic Association
Conference (August 2017), Cream/RWI Workshop on the Economics of Migration (Essen,
2018: European Association of Labour Economics Conference (Lyon, September 2018), Annual
Meeting of the Committee for Organisational Economics (Hamburg, September 2018)
Moderation during CEPS events and CEPS Ideas Lab
Teaching experience @ LMU Munich and CEPS Summer Schools