Brown Bag Seminar

The Brownbag Seminar is an informal research seminar for students and faculty. It takes place on Tuesdays from 12 a.m. until 1 p.m. in room RW 5 (Neues ReWi). The seminar serves the purpose of giving doctoral students and faculty a platform for presenting their current research. Talks about unfinished projects or even project ideas are particularly welcome. The talks are held in English. All faculty members and students are kindly invited to attend the seminar. Please feel free to bring your lunch along.

Presenters may bring along an evaluation sheet in order to get feedback about their presentation skills. The presenter is kindly requested to bring a sufficient number of copies of the evaluation sheet to the seminar.

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Summer Term 2017




18.04.2017   Internal meeting  

Do Exchange Rate Regimes affect Foreign Direct Investment?

Jakub Knaze

02.05.2017 Mental Fatigue: from Psychology to Economics Jean Roch Donsimoni
09.05.2017 Crisis Contagion and Information Frictions in Emerging Markets Tobias Gruhle
16.05.2017 Cross-Border Banking and Macroprudential Policies in Asymmetric Monetary Unions Lena Dräger
23.05.2017 t.b.a.  

Why people born during World War II are healthier

Reyn van Ewijk
06.06.2017 t.b.a.  
13.06.2017 Who persistently creates jobs? Absolute versus relative high-growth firms Eva Erhardt
20.06.2017 Idiosyncratic capital income and wealth distributions Hoang Khieu
27.06.2017 Labor Misallocation and Aggregate Output Losses across Countries - The Role of Service Sectors and Labor Skill-types Jan Trenczek
04.07.2017 t.b.a. Iryna Stewen