Lunch-time meetings in applied econometrics

The lunch-time meetings provide a monthly forum to discuss both current research problems/findings and interesting papers with our colleagues. Talks and discussions can cover all topics involving data work. Preparation should not involve too much effort such that gains in terms of helpful discussions and critical feedback prevail.

Generally, the meetings take place on Tuesdays over lunchtime (12-13).

For contributions please contact Julia Spornberger or Michael Pfaffermayr

 

Seminar program summer term 2021

Date Room Presenter Title
16.03.21
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Anna Ulrichshofer Employment separation following financial adviser misconduct: short-lived gender differences
13.04.21 Zoom Fanny Dellinger Refugee Labor Market Integration, Regional Welfare Benefit Differentials and Location Choice
27.04.21 Zoom Julian Granna  Improving Hedonic House Price Indices
04.05.21 Zoom  Regine Oexl  The effect of economic distress on discriminatory behavior 
01.06.21 Zoom Daniel Gründler Monetary Policy Announcements, Information Shocks, and Exchange Rate Dynamics
08.06.21 Zoom Andreas Steinmayr What Neighborhood Effects Miss. The Total Electoral Effects of the 2015 Refugee Crisis

 

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