Latvia

Team Coordinator

Remigijs Pocs

Research Center
Name: International Business and Customs Institute (SESMI)
Address: Meza iela 1/7-107, LV1007, Riga
Telephone: +371 67089 010
Fax: +371 67089 683
SESMI Website: www.sesmi.lv
Riga University Website: www.rtu.lv
Team Members
  • Remigijs Pocs
  • Astra Auzina
  • Velga Ozolina
  • Gunta Pinke
 
Inforum Model(s)
  • Latvian multisectoral macroeconomic model (LMM)
  • Sectors - 55
Publications
  • Auzina. (2008). Development and application of multisectoral macroeconomic model in Latvia. Doctoral dissertation compendium. - Riga: RTU Publishing House, p.48
  • Auzina & Pocs. (2008). Base-scenario forecasting using the Latvian multisectoral macroeconomic model: theoretical structure and results // Structural changes, International trade and multisectoral modelling (edited by R.Bradazzi, M.Grassini). - Florence: Firenze University Press. pp.43-62.
  • Ozolina & Pocs. (2008). Electricity consumption dynamics and forecasts in Latvia // Structural changes, International trade and multisectoral modelling (edited by R.Bradazzi, M.Grassini). - Florence: Firenze University Press, pp. 239-260.
  • Auzina & Pocs. (2008). Overall macroeconomic environment impact on business demography. - 5th International Scientific Conference "Business and Managment'2008". Selected Papers. - Vilnius: Technika, pp. 341.-345.
  • Auzina. (2007). INFORUM model development in Latvia: problems and solutions // Recent Development in INFORUM-type Modelling (edited by M.Plitch, M.Przybylinski). - Łódź: Łódź University Press, 2007. pp. 7-16.
  • Ozolina & Pocs. (2007). Short- and Long-Term Forecasting of Population in Latvian Macro- and Multisectoral Models // Recent Development in INFORUM-type Modelling (edited by M.Plitch, M.Przybylinski). - Łódź: Łódź University Press, pp. 129-139.
  • Auzina. (2007). Forecasting of development of manufacturing sector branches using the Latvian multisectoral macroeconomic model (in Latvian). - Scientific proceedings of Riga Technical University, Series: Economy and Business. Economy: theory and practice. Volume:14.- Riga: RTU, pp.18-25.
  • Auzina. (2007). Future of multisectoral modelling in Latvia. - Riga Technical University International Summer School for doctoral students "Creative Business Environment: Possibilities of Research, proceedings. - Riga: RTU, pp.6-7.
  • Ozolina. (2007). Modelling export and import of travel in Latvia. // Proceedings of the First Conference of The International Association for Tourism Economics. Palma of Majorca, October 25 - 27, p. 32.
  • Grassini, Pocs, Pinke, & Neiders. (2006). Overview of the Latvian Economy in the Context of the Development of the Multisectoral Macroeconomic Model of Latvia. Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia 198. Inforum Models for the New EU Members. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego. Łódź, pp. 87-109.
  • Auzina & Pocs. (2005). Problems in development of multisectoral macroeconomic model in Latvia and solutions (in Latvian). -Scientific proceedings of Riga Technical University, Series: Economy and Business. Economy: theory and practice. Volume:11.- Riga: RTU, pp.9-15.
  • Pinke, Pocs, & Neiders. (2004), Overview of the Latvian Economy (in the context of the Development of the Multisectoral Macroeconomic Model of Latvia, paper presented at the 12th INFORUM World Conference
  • Pocs, Buikis, & Ajevskis. (2004), The Conjuncture Type Model of Latvian Economy (practical realisation). International conference “Research in Statistics – Basis of Social Sciences and Education”. (Riga, October 2-4, 2003), Riga: University of Latvia, 2004. pp.139-143.
  • Zile, Steinbuka, Pocs, Krumins, Ancans, & Cerps, U. (2000), Latvia Entering the XXIst Century. Economics. Integration. Finance. Riga, Published by “Nacionālais Medicīnas Apgāds”, Chapter I: Economic Development (1992-1999), p.19-43 (co-authors Ancāns, H., Šteinbuka, I.), Chapter II: Economic Strategy, p.43-49, Chapter IX: Scenario of Latvia’s Economic Development, pp.159-175 (co-author Šteinbuka, I.).

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