Econometrics Seminar (Fall 2018)

This seminar offers a forum for both external and internal speakers to present their recent work on theoretical and applied econometrics. Talks generally take place on Thursdays from 15:30 - 16:40 in L9, 1-2, 002 (exceptions are noted below). Everybody is welcome to attend!

Date Speaker Title of Talk

Sept 10 (in L7, 3-5, 001)

Joachim Freyberger (Wisconsin)

Inference under Shape Restrictions

Sept 27 Jasmin Fliegner (TSE, PhD student)

Inference for a General Class of Matching Estimators

Oct 18 Alexander Kreiß (Mannheim)

Local Maxmimum Likelihood Estimation of Time Dependent Parameters in Dynamic Interaction Networks

Oct 25 Patrik Guggenberger (Penn State)

Robust subvector inference in the linear IV model under weak identification

Nov 8 Tim Armstrong (Yale)

Sensitivity Analysis using Approximate Moment Condition Models

Nov 15 Ruben Hipp (Mannheim, PhD student)

On Causal Networks of  Financial Firms: Structural Identification via Non-parametric Heteroskedasticity Modeling.

Nov 22

Tomasz Olma (Mannheim, PhD Student) & Majed Dodin (Mannheim, PhD Student)

Improved Estimation of the Conditional Expected Shortfall