The Macro Seminar discusses recent research projects in the field of macroeconomics on a weekly basis. In addition to Ph.D. students and professors from the University of Mannheim, scholars from other universitites and institutions present their work.
The seminar takes place in lecture room 002, L9 1-2, every Thursday from 12:15 am to 1:15 pm during the lecture period. The exact dates, presenters and topics are shown below.
The presentation titles will be updated on a rolling basis.
|17 February 2022||Oliver Pfäuti||A Behavioral Heterogeneous Agent New Keynesian Model|
24 February 2022
|Mykola Ryzhenkov||Effects of Trade (De-)Liberalization|
|03 March 2022||Donghai Zhang (University of Bonn)||The Return of Greenspan: Mumbling with Great Incoherence|
10 March 2022
|Thomas Winberry (University of Pennsylvania)||The Minimum Wage in the Short Run and the Long Run|
|17 March 2022||Lukas Mahler||Distributional and Intergenerational Effects o Delaying School Tracking in Germany|
|24 March 2022||Suzanne Bellue|
Social Mobility with Subjective Beliefs: The Effect of Neighborhoods on Parental Investment
|31 March2022||Tommaso Gasparini|
Imperfect Bank Competition and the Propagation of Risk Shocks
07 April 2022
|Hannes Twieling||The housing channel of monetary policy in the Euro Area|
|28 April 2022||Lukas Hack|
Systematic Monetary Policy and the Effects of Government Spending
|05 May 2022|
Consumer Bankruptcy: the Role of Financial Frictions
|12 May 2022||Axel Gottfries (University of Edinburgh)||Wage Adjustment in Efficient Long-Term Employment Relationships|
19 May 2022
|Jessie Handbury (University of Pennsylvania)||Income Growth and the Distributional Effects of Urban Spatial Sorting|
|2 June 2022||Timo Reinelt||Markups and Inflation Cyclicality in the Euro Area|