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Nadzeya Laurentsyeva

Dr. Nadzeya Laurentsyeva

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Seminar für Organisationsökonomik
Kaulbachstraße 45
Ground floor, room 002

Room: 002
Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 2180 - 5644

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Economics of Migration: effects on origin countries, immigrant integration, drivers of irregular migration
  • Organizational Economics: identity and team performance, impacts of digitization

WORKING PAPERS

WORK IN PROGRESS

  • From friends to foes: Identity and team performance
  • Misery as a stepping stone: Whether and why armed conflicts and natural disasters accelerate diplomats' careers (with Klaus J. Broesamle)
  • From economic to social integration: The role of the initial labour market conditions for immigrants' social integration (with Afaf Rahim and Anne Niedermaier)

EDUCATION

Oct. 2013 - Dec. 2016.                       Ph.D. in Economics
                                                        LMU Munich,
                                                        Thesis advisors: Prof. Dr. Florian Englmaier, Prof. Dr. Monica Schnitzer

Oct. 2013 - Sep. 2013                        M. Sc in Economics and Finance
                                                        Charles University, Institute for Economic Studies, Prague 

Sep. 2006 - Jun. 2011                        Diploma in International Management
                                                        Belarus State University, Minsk

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Nov. 2018 - present                           Postdoc
                                                        Chair of Organizational Economics, LMU Munich

Jan. 2017- Dec. 2018                         Research Fellow
                                                        Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels
                                                        MEDAM project (Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration)
                                                        Webpage at CEPS