4th ERSA Winter School
Applied quantitative methods in Regional Science
13-18 February 2022, Warsaw, Poland*

The European Regional Science Association is pleased to announce, in partnership with the University of Warsaw, the RSAI-ERSA Polish Section and the RSAI,  the organisation of the 4th ERSA Winter School which will be held from the 13th to the 18th of February, 2022 in Warsaw, Poland*.

*The venue may be reconsidered if the pandemic situation changes.

This event will be concentrated around applied spatial quantitative methods such as spatial econometrics, spatial statistics, spatial machine learning, spatio-temporal approach, mapping etc. which are commonly used in economic geography, regional science, as well as in urban and regional planning.

Each participant is expected to present their own project which uses spatial quantitative methods. Projects will be discussed with top-world scholars, who will be teaching during this event.

Daniel Czamanski Winter School

This year’s ERSA Winter School is named after a magnificent scholar Prof. Daniel Czamanski.

 

Short bio:
Prof. Daniel Czamanski, also well known as Danny Czamanski has three degrees in economics. He was a faculty member at the Ohio State University. Currently, he heads the real estate and land assessment program at the economics and business management facukty at Ruppin Academic Center. Previously he taught economics in the city and regional planning program and served as the head of the economics of architecture and building specialization at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. He was the director of the city complexity research lab. He has published a number of books and tens of academic papers. In recent years his research is focused on complexity, spatial dynamics, big data and artificial intelligence.

Czamanski is chairman of Czamanski Ben Shahar and Co. the leading consulting firm in real-estate economics in Israel. For 10 years, Czamanski served as chairman of the Haifa Center for the Promotion of Entrepreneurship. He was member of the education committee of the Small Business Administration, of the board of Israel Junior Achievement and deputy chair of the Haifa-Boston Partnership. During the last five years he was chair of the economics subcommittees of cooperation North, a cross-border economic development effort in Palestine and Israel, and of Border Regimes project.

Lecturers

Giuseppe Arbia, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy
Jean Dubé,
Université Laval, Canada
Martin Andersson, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
Roberto Patuelli, University of Bologna, Italy
Katarzyna Kopczewska,
University of Warsaw, Poland
Mateusz Kopyt,
University of Warsaw, Poland

Software class teachers:

Maria Kubara,
University of Warsaw, Poland
Kateryna Zabarina,
University of Warsaw, Poland

Further information can be found  here

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