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Quan-Hoang Vuong (CEB department of Finance) just inaugurated a new English-speaking analysis platform on the Vietnamese economy (and country): www.vietnamica.net, which aims to provide a broad audience with socio-economic insights in Vietnam's emerging market economy.

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François Koulischer, PhD student in Economics at Solvay Brussels School is one of the happy members of an all-belgian interuniversities (Louvain, Gent, Antwerp, Brussels) team who won, for the third consecutive year, the prestigious title of "world champion of diplomacy".

The team, also known as the MUN Society Belgium, competed in areas of diplomacy against 2260 students from 270 universities from more than 65 countries in the 20th edition of the World Model United Nations Conference (WorldMUN).

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Solvay Brussels School's economics Professor, André Sapir was elected Vice-Chair of the Advisory Scientific Committee for the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB).

The ESRB is Europe's new think-tank in charge of maintaining the financial stability of the European Union. Mr Sapir is the only belgian national on the board.

For more info, read the press release

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Kim Oosterlinck, professor, and Stéphanie Collet, FNRS aspirant, recently published an assessment of the economic spill-overs of Plaisirs d’Hiver, the event organized by the city of Brussels for Christmas.

Listen to an interview of Kim Oosterlinck discussing their results from the following address:

http://www.ulb.ac.be/actulb/podcast.php

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The Centre for European Research in Microfinance, CERMi, a department of CEB and Warocqué Research Centre (Université de Mons), will organise a workshop on “Informal and Formal Financing of Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation” with the University of Oxford and IRD on December 9 and 10.

The workshop will explore the formal and informal financing of ecosystem services for poverty alleviation. It will take place at the University of Oxford (Wolfson College).