Winter term 2015/16

E 21.10.
17:30-19:00
SR1

Eric Mayer
University of Würzburg

Current Account Dynamics and the Housing Boom and Bust Cycle in Spain (Paper)
E 28.10.
17:30-19:00
SR9 Andreas Dür
University of Salzburg
Global Supply Chains and the Political Economy of Preferential Tariff Liberalization (Abstract)
I 04.11.
17:30-18:15
SR7 Maximilian Breitenlechner
The Bank Lending Channel and Banks’ Wholesale Funding (work-in-progress)
S 05.11.
10:00-11:30
SR7 Benjamin Hofner
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
Boosting beyond the Mean: Model Building and Variable Selection in the GAMLSS Framework (Abstract; Slides)
E 11.11.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Christian Keuschnigg
University of St.Gallen
Heterogeneous Tax Sensitivity of Firm-level Investments (Paper)
I 25.11.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Martin Halla
How Does Parental Divorce Affect Children’s Long-term Outcomes? (Abstract)
S 26.11.
17:30-19:00
SR9 Tobias Hell
Spatial Modeling of Meteorological Extremes
E 02.12.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Peter Huber
WIFO Wien
Auswirkungen einer Erleichterung des Arbeitsmarktzuganges für Asylsuchende in Österreich
E 09.12.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Martin Huber
University of Fribourg
Endogeneity and Non-response Bias in Treatment Evaluation – Nonparametric Identification of Causal Effects by Instruments (Paper)
E 16.12.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Thomas Schober
University of Linz
Hospitals and the Generic Versus Brand-name Prescription Decision in the Outpatient Sector (Abstract)
S 17.12.
10:00-11:30
SR9 Niels Smits
University of Amsterdam
Don’t Ask Too Many Questions: Stochastic Curtailment of Questionnaire Data (Abstract; Slides)
E 13.01.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Philipp Schmidt-Dengler
University of Vienna
Information and Price Dispersion: Theory and Evidence
E 20.01.
17:30-19:00
SR1 Christoph Moser
University of Salzburg
Hidden Protectionism? Evidence from Non-tariff Barriers to Trade in the United States (Abstract)
S 28.01.
10:00-11:30
SR7 Helga Wagner
University of Linz
Sparse Bayesian Modelling of Categorical Predictors (Abstract)

 


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