Lenka Wildnerova

I am a researcher in economics, with a specialization in applied microeconometrics and international trade.

My research interests cover variety of topics, including firm-level productivity and trade, global networks, ownership links, technological spill-over effects, spacial distribution, evaluation of public policies, migrant workers and temporary contracts.

Currently, I work at the Center for Enterpreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities at the the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development on understanding spilloever effects of global networks on small and medium-sized firms. My previous work experience within OECD was at the Economic department, conducting country-level studies on productivity of firms.

I am wrapping up my doctorate degree at ENS Cachan under supervision of Professor Toubal. My thesis is entitled “Trade, productivity and employment responses of firms to changing economic conditions”.