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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: Anne Hannusch

 

Current Seminars

Spring term 2020

Date

Name

Title

Feb 24th Joost Röttger Debt, Default, and Commitment
Mar 2nd  Krisztina Molnar (NHH) Identifying Preference Shocks: Earthquakes, Impatience, and Household Savings
Mar 9th Andreas Gerster Disaggregate Consumption Feedback and Energy Conservation
Mar 16th Andrej Svorencik CANCELLED - Who Runs the AEA?
Mar 23rd     Husnu Dalgic                       CANCELLED - Financial Dollarization in Emerging Markets: Efficient Risk Sharing or Prescription for Disaster?
Mar 30th Volker Nocke CANCELLED
Apr 20th Michelle Sovinsky tbd
Apr 27th Dimitri Szerman tbd
May 4th Andreas Gulyas

tbd

May 11th Han Ye tbd
May 18th Minchul Yum tbd
May 25th Alexander Bick (ASU) CANCELLED


Fall term 2019

Date

Name

Title

Sept 23rd

Antoine Camous

Political Conflicts and Dynamic Incentives
Sept 30th

Alessandra Allocca - CDSE

"No Man is an Island”: an Empirical Study on Team Formation and Performance

Oct 7th

Fabian Greimel - CDSE

Falling Behind: Has Rising Inequality Fueled the American Debt Boom?

Oct 14th

Sebastian Camarero Garcia - CDSE

Unemployment Benefit Duration and Startup Success: Evidence from Germany

Oct 21st

Yasemin Ozdemir - CDSE

Parental Investment and Peer Effects und Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills

Oct 28th

Yihan Yan  - CDSE

Does Open Source Pay off in the Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Industry? A Study of Tesla's Open-Source Initiative

Nov 4th

Harald Fadinger

Robot Imports and Jobs: Evidence from French Firms

Nov 11th

Harim Kim

Cleaner but Volatile Energy? The Effect of Coal Plant Retirement on Market Competition in the Wholesale Electricity Market

Nov 18th

Lei Li

Skill-Biased Imports, Human Capital Accumulation, and the Allocation of Talent

Nov 25th

Efi Adamopoulou

Wage Determination and the Bite of Collective Contracts in Italy and Spain: Evidence from the Metalworking Industry
Dec 2nd Charles Louis-Sidois Collusion-Proof Vote Buying (joint with Leon Musolff, Princeton)