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Economics Research Seminar

The Economics Research Seminar will take place in S 64, RW I unless indicated otherwise.

Winter Term 2022/23

Datum

Zeit 

Dozent / Titel

19.10.

16 c.t.

Mark Kirstein, MPI MiS Leipzig
"Time is Limited on the Road to Asymptopia"

02.11.

16 c.t.

Marco Sahm, University of Bamberg
"Party Politics: A Contest Perspective"

09.11.

16 c.t.

Jan Schymik, University of Mannheim
"Quantifying the Germany Shock: Labor Market Reforms, Nominal Rigidities and Trade Spillovers in the Euro Area"

16.11.

16 c.t.

H&E Joint Talk
Nina Boberg-Fazlic, University of Southern Denmark
"Taking it Outside: Danish-American Religious Conflict and the Integration of Danish Migrants"

30.11.

16 c.t.

Stefan Bauernschuster, University of Passau
"The Political Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Germany"

07.12.16 c.t.

Simon Martin, University & DICE Düsseldorf 
"Proliferation in the ETF Industry"

14.12.16 c.t.

Timm Betz, TU München
"The Erosion of Institutional Comparative Advantage and Opposition to Globalization"

21.12.

16 c.t.

Marc Vancauteren, Hasselt University 
"Does Offshoring Shape Labor Market Imperfections? A Comparative Analysis of Belgian and Dutch Firms"

11.01.

16 c.t.

Ulrich Matter, University St. Gallen 
"Search Engines, Online News, and Political Polarization"
25.01.16 c.t.

Jean-Michel Benkert, University of Bern
"Acquihires: Talenthoarding and Corporate Venture Capital"

01.02.16 c.t.P&E Joint Talk
Axel Dreher, University of Heidelberg
"Immigration, Political Ideologies and the Polarization of American Politics"
08.02.16 c.t.Gerd Mühlheusser, University of Hamburg
"Morally Questionable Decisions by Groups: Guilt Sharing and its Underlying Motives"



MSc Economics students who would like to get ECTS points for the research seminar in the module "Individueller Schwerpunkt" should contact Prof. Dr. Stefan Napel at the beginning of the semester. MA Philosophy & Economics students who have questions should contact Prof. Dr. Hartmut Egger.

With the following link you can embed the dates of the current seminar into your electronic calendar (e.g. Outlook, iCal, Google Calendar): https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0?cid=M3Q1OXRtcmtybnRoamtjc21va2E4NGRzN3NAZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ

Programs of earlier research seminars (PDF):


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