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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Archive

Winter Term 2017/18

Date

Title

Name

17.10.2017   Internal meeting  
24.10.2017

Shareholder Wealth Effects of Women on Boards Promoting Policies: Evidence from Germany

Viktor Bozhinov

07.11.2017

Preferences for direct democracy: intrinsic or instrumental? Evidence from a survey experiment

Philipp Harms
14.11.2017

t.b.a

 
21.11.2017

Premature Internal Rotations: Consequences for the Outgoing Lead Auditor

Victor Reinhardt
28.11.2017 t.b.a.  
05.12.2017

Plugging In: Examining Job Connectedness in the Smartphone Era

Rashima Rajah
12.12.2017

(When) Do Central Banks Respond to Financial Risk?

Konstantin Wacker
19.12.2017

Incentive System Design under Unknown Preferences: Are IFRS Fair Values suitable for Performance Measurement

Julia Ortner
09.01.2018

t.b.a

Tobias Gruhle
16.01.2018

t.b.a.

 
23.01.2018

Ramadan during Pregnancy: Health Effects on the Offspring and the Behavior of Pregnant Muslims in Germany

Fabienne Pradella
30.01.2018

t.b.a.

 
06.02.2018 t.b.a.