Congratulations to the first group of Public Choice (Quantitative Social Research) students for completing amazing Masters' Theses!
Pictures of the thesis presentations, students and faculty
Congratulations to Saki Kudo! She was awarded a Undergraduate studies grant from Finnish Cultural Foundation: Taru, Ilmari ja Pentti Mannisen rahasto!
Tuomo Kuivalainen visited Rice University
Pekka Vatanen Visited Duke University
Daniel Kalchev visited California Institute of Technology (Caltech)
Arseniy Lobanovskiy visited the University of Virginia and gave a lecture in the Department of Politics
Congratulations to Saki Kudo for being awarded the NIAS SUPRA Nordic Scholarship!
Congratulations to Saki Kudo for her visit to the Economics Department at the University of California, Irvine! 2 talks in 2 programs in just 1½ weeks! Outstanding!
Congratulations to Saki Kudo for being awarded the Japan Student Services Organization - scholarship for degrees
Congratulations to Arseniy Lobanovskiy for his internship as Research Trainee at the Labour Institute for Economic Research (Palkansaajien tutkimuslaitos)
Congratulations to Saki Kudo for being awarded the Scandinavia – Japan Sasakawa Foundation grant
My name is Daniel Kalchev and I am born in Sofia, Bulgaria. I finished my Bachelor's degree at the University of National and World Economy in Sofia. I graduated as a BA in International Economic Relations.
Currently I am a Master degree student at the University of Tampere, studying Quantitative Social Research.
My scientific interests are in the field of social psychology, behavioral economics and philosophy of culture.
My name is Tuomo Kuivalainen. I started in the Master’s Degree Program in Quantitative Social Research in 2015, and my research interests are education systems and policies. My B.A degree is in English Philology along with pedagogical studies. I have participated in Institutions in Context: The Free Market seminar as an assistant in 2014, and in 2015 as a session chair in the 10th Nordic Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics.