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Economics Research Seminar

Summer Term 2019


Time / Room

Lecturer / Title


16 s.t., S 64

Carsten Eckel, LMU München
“Too Much of a Good Thing? Labor Market Imperfections as a Source of Exceptional Exporter Performance”


16 s.t., S 64

Florian Morath, University of Frankfurt
“Taxation of Decentralized Trade with Endogenous Information: Theory and Test”


16 s.t., S 64

Julia Cajal Grossi, Graduate Institute, Genf
“International Buyers' Sourcing and Suppliers' Markups in Bangladeshi Garments”


16 s.t., S 64

Matti Sarvimäki, Aalto University
“Sharing the Pain? The Distributional Consequences of the Collapse of Finnish-USSR Trade”

29.05.16 s.t., S 64
  Joint Talk

Bernie Grofman, University of California, Irvine
“Predicting Outcomes in Five Person Majority Rule Spatial Voting Game Experiment. In Two Dimensions: Comparing Old and New Theories”


16 s.t., S 5
​  Joint Talk

Christine Tiefensee, Frankfurt School of Finance
“Collective Responsibility and the Moral Arbitrariness of Making No Difference”

18.06.18 s.t., S 64

Ted Loch-Temzelides, RICE
“Renewable Energy Adoption and the Macroeconomy”


16 s.t., S 64

Kerstin Roeder, University of Augsburg
“Will You Marry Me...in December?‘ Tax-Induced Wedding Date Shifting and Mismatching in Long-Term Relationships”


16 s.t., S 64

Thomas Kittsteiner, RWTH Aachen
“Strategy-Proofness Made Simple”


16 s.t., S 64

Philipp Harms, University of Mainz
“The China Shock and the Nationalist Backlash against Globalization: Attitudinal Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey”


16 s.t., S 64

Christina Felfe de Ormeño, University of Würzburg
“The willingness of refugees to invest in human capital - Evidence from a discrete-choice experiment in Germany”


16 s.t., S 64

Misato Sato, LSE
​“Trade in green services”

MSc Economics students who would like to get ECTS points for the research seminar in the modul "Individueller Schwerpunkt" should contact Prof. Dr. Stefan Napel at the beginning of the semester.

With the following link you can embed the dates of the current seminar into your electronic calendar (e.g. Outlook, iCal, Google Calendar): http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/3t59tmrkrnthjkcsmoka84ds7s%40group.calendar.google.com/private-11111d4b49f23d48a9c7d35cef0f202b/basic.ics

Programs of earlier research seminars (PDF):

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