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Departmental Seminar

The Departmental Seminar takes place on Tuesday 5.15 pm to 6.45 pm in lecture room HS001, L7 3-5 during the lecture period. The exact dates, presenters and topics are shown below.

Contact: Professor Philipp Ager, Ph.D.; philipp.agermail-uni-mannheim.de

The presentation titles will be updated on a rolling basis.
 

Schedule of Seminar Presentations

Current/Upcoming Semester

FSS 2024

DateTimeLocationSpeaker                                              Title                                                                                                                                                     
20.02.202417:15–18:45

L7, 3–5
HS001

Veronika Grimm
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Mitglied Sachverständigenrat

Annual Report of the German Council of Economic Experts 2023/24: Overcoming Sluggish Growth – Investing in the Future

12.03.202417:15–18:45L7, 3–5
HS001

Moritz Schularick
Sciences Po

 -- canceled --
30.04.202417:15–18:45L7, 3–5
HS001
Sonja Bhalotra
University of Warwick
Firm responses to legislation on handling workplace sexual harassment
07.05.202417:15–18:45L7, 3–5
HS001
David Yanagizawa-Drott
University of Zurich
Image(s)
21.05.202417:15–18:45L7, 3–5
HS001
Doug Gollin
Tufts University
Structural Change and Declining Agricultural Productivity: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
28.05.202417:15–18:45L7, 3–5
HS001
Ludger Woessmann
University of Munich
Use It or Lose It: Skill Usage and the Age-Skill Profile

Previous Years

  • 2023

    DateTimeLocationSpeakerTitle
    07.03.202317:15–18:45

    L7, 3–5
    HS001

    Walker HanlonWhy Britain? The right Place at the Right Time
    14.03.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Rafael Dix-CarneiroUnderstanding Migration Responses to Local Shocks, with Brian Kovac and Kirill Borusyak
    18.04.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    David AtkinThe Returns to Face-to-Face Interactions: Knowledge Spillovers in Silicon Valley with Keith Chen and Anton Popov
    25.04.2023

    17:15–18:45

    L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Julia CagéHosting Media Bias: Evidence from the Universe of French Broadcasts, 2002–2020
    02.05.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Johannes StroebelThe Social Integration of International Migrants: Evidence from the Networks of Syrians in Germany.
    09.05.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Viral AcharyaLiquidity, Liquidity Everywhere, Not A Drop To Use – Why Flooding Banks With Central Bank Reserves May  Not Expand Liquidity
    19.09.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Maria PetrovaSocialising Alone: How Online Homophily Has Undermined Social Cohesion in the US.
    26.09.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Mathias ThoenigThe Gravity of Violence
    10.10.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Nico VoigtländerOrganizing a Kingdom
    17.10.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Daniel XuRegulating Conglomerates in China: Evidence from an Energy Conservation Program
    07.11.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Fabian WaldingerClimbing the Ivory Tower: How Socioeconomic Background Shapes Science
    21.11.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Mar ReguantThe Economics ofthe Energy Transition: Evaluating the Impact of Renewable Power
    05.12.202317:15–18:45L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Philipp KircherUpdating about Yourself by Learning about the Market: The Dynamics of Beliefs and Expectations in Job Search
  • 2022

    DateTimeLocationSpeakerTitle
    01.03.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001

    Jön Steinsson

    When Did Growth Begin? New Estimates of Productivity Growth in England

    15.03.2022

    17:15–18:15

    L7, 3–5
    HS001

    Nicola Pavanini

    The Welfare Effects of Law Enforcement in the Illegal Money Lending Market

    29.03.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001

    Sergei Guriev

    Corruption and Firm Growth: Evidence from around the World
    30.03.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001

    Prof. Christian Bayer

    What if? The Economic Effects for Germany ofa Stop of Energy Imports from Russia
    26.04.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Christian Wolf What Can Time-Series Regressions Tell Us About Policy Counterfactuals?
    10.05.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Jose Moraga-GonzälezHow Do Start-up Acquisitions Affect the Direction of Innovation?
    24.05.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Prof. Katrine V. LockenPrison, Mental Health and Family Spillovers
    20.09.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Klaus Desmet.On the Geographic Implications of Carbon Taxes
    04.10.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Mathias Thoenig

    The Refugee’s Dilemma: Jewish Outmigration in Nazi Germany

    11.10.2022

    17:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Per KrusellThe macroeconomics ofintensive agriculture
    18.10.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Jan de LoeckerThe welfare impact of market power: The OPEC Cartel

    22.11.2022

    17:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001

    Elias Papaiouannou

    Songs of Refugees (with Vassilis Logothetis and Stelios Michalopoulos)

    06.12.202217:15–18:15L7, 3–5
    HS001
    Carola FrydmanSecurities Ratings and Information Provision