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BGSE Brown Bag Seminar Winter Semester 2021/22

In the upcoming Winter Semester of 2021/22, the following students will give a presentation as part of a BGSE Brown Bag seminar. We will continue to add dates and titles in the following weeks.

For an overview of the talks from the winter semester 2020/21, please click on Archive.

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April, 5, 14:00 Herbst, Tobias The risk-taking channel of monetary policy in a monetary union: Evidence from loan pricing Institute of Finance and Statistics
December 2, 14:00 Höppner, Björn Missing data in panels with fixed effects: An imputation-based approach
December 16, 16;00 Scherer, Jan Hendrik Inference in high-dimensional partially linear sparse models
 
November 03, 12:00 Bahuguna, Shaily Explaining Sniping via Reference-Dependent Utility in Auctions Institute for Microeconomics
November 03, 12:45 Luther, Louis The Welfare Implications of Product Recommendations
November 10, 12:00 Krähmer, Philipp Voting with Selectively Shared Information
November 10, 12:45 Sorbera, Silvio Simultaneous Bidding in Second-Price Autions
    
September 12 / 13 Grimm, Maximilian The effects of mortgage market liberalization on house prices  
 
Institute for Macroeconomics and Econometrics
 
 
Heinemann, Peter Ambiguous Unemployment Insurance
Nam, Leanne Optimal Progressive Pension Systems in a Life-cycle Model with Heterogeneity in Job Stability
Schlattmann, Lennard Are financial crises more likely in low interest rate environmentss
Stiepelmann, Gero The Influence of Short Time Work on Labor Hoarding and Welfare
Wang, Lixing The Long-term Impact of First Job and Inequality in Lifecycle Earnings
 
January 21, 13:00 Laubel, Alexander Causal Evidence on Illusion of Control in a Complex Environment Institute for Applied Microeconomics
December 17, 12:15 Weber, Johannes Local Unemployment Rates and Workers’ Labor Market Outcomes—Evidence from Germany

 

 

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