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Internal Department Seminar

The seminars are held on Mondays, 12:00-13:00, in lecture hall 001 of the economics building in block L7, 3-5.

Contact: Antoine Camous and Sebastian Findeisen


Current Seminars

Spring term 2019




Feb 25th Antonio Ciccone Some Long-Run Economic Consequences of Keeping Out Refugees.
March 4th Jan Schymik Human Capitalists and the Global Division of Labor
March 11th Christoph Wolf (Bocconi) Consumer Rating Dynamics
March 18th Duk Gyoo Kim Multilateral Bargaining on a Loss Domain
March 25th Konrad Stahl

Trust, Investmetn and Competition: Theory and Evidence from German Car Manufacturers

Apr 1st

Cristina Bélles-Obrero

Who Benefits from Job-Specific Skills? Evidence from a Comprehensive School Reform 
Apr 8th Youngsoo Jang (SUFE) Healthcare Reforms in General Equilibrium with Default Risk
Apr 29th Ulrich Wagner  
May 6th Woan Foong Wong  (U. of Oregon)  
May 13th Sena Coskun  
May 20th Tim Lee (QMU)  
May 27th Andreas Gulyas  

Fall term 2018




Sept 10th

Joachim Freyberger (U Wisconsin)

Inference under shape restrictions

Sept 17th

Xin Gao - CDSE

Checking Cheap Talk

Sept 24th

Ruben Hipp - CDSE

On Causal Networks of Financial Firms

Oct 1st

Vahe Krrikyan - CDSE

Occupational Choice and Endogenous Financial Constraints

Oct 8th

Munseob Lee (UCSD)

How Do Firms Grow? The Life Cylce of Products Matters

Oct 15th

Hanno Foerster - CDSE

The Impact of Post-Marital Maintenance on Dynamic Decisions and Welfare of Couples

Oct 22nd

Franco Esteban Cattaneo - CDSE

Exclusive Dealing and Downstream Competition

Oct 29th

Niklas Garnadt - CDSE

Large firms and the decline in US startup rates

Nov 5th

Tim Obermeier - CDSE

The Mariage Market, Inequality, and the Progressivity of the Income Tax

Nov 12th

Efi Adamopoulou

Contract Cycles

Nov 19th

Sebastian Findeisen

Adjusting to Robots

Nov 26th

Antoine Camous

Benefits and Credibility of Extended Commitments