Faculty Seminar Series

Our seminar series is jointly run by Prof. Stefan Irnich, Prof. Franz Rothlauf and Prof. Klaus Wälde. The seminar takes place on mondays from 4:15 - 5:45 pm in room "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).

Winter Term 2016/2017

31.10.2016: Nick Netzer, University of Zurich
Topic: Informational Requirements of Nudging

Invited by: Klaus Wälde

07.11.2016: Daniel Kaufmann, ETH Zürich
21.11.2016: Christian Bredemeier, Universität zu Köln
Topic: Fiscal Policy and Occupational Employment Dynamics

Invited by: Iryna Stewen

28.11.2016: Monique de Haan, University of Oslo
Topic: Head Start and the distribution of long term education and labor market outcomes (joint work with Edwin Leuven)

Invited by: Reyn van Ewijk

05.12.2016: Alberto Ceselli, University of Milan
12.12.2016: Rosario Crino, Università Cattolica Milano
Topic: Globalization and Mental Distress

Invited by: Philipp Harms

19.12.2016: Petra Moser, NYU Stern
09.01.2017: Stephan Klasen, Universität Göttingen
Topic: TBA

Invited by: Konstantin Wacker

16.01.2017: Lisa Bruttel, Universität Potsdam
Topic: TBA

Invited by: Daniel Schunk

23.01.2017: Alexander Kritikos, DIW Berlin
Topic: TBA

Invited by: Daniel Schunk

30.01.2017: Hessel Oosterbeek, University of Amsterdam
Topic: TBA

Invited by: Reyn van Ewijk

06.02.2017: Astrid Kunze, University of Bergen
Topic: TBA

Invited by: Thorsten Schank

Winter Term 2016/17
31.10.2016: Nick Netzer, University of Zurich

07.11.2016: Daniel Kaufmann, ETH Zürich

21.11.2016: Christian Bredemeier, Universität zu Köln

28.11.2016: Monique de Haan, University of Oslo

05.12.2016: Alberto Ceselli, University of Milan

12.12.2016: Rosario Crino, Università Cattolica Milano

19.12.2016: Petra Moser, NYU Stern

09.01.2017: Stephan Klasen, Universität Göttingen

16.01.2017: Lisa Bruttel, Universität Potsdam

23.01.2017: Alexander Kritikos, DIW Berlin

30.01.2017: Hessel Oosterbeek, University of Amsterdam

06.02.2017: Astrid Kunze, University of Bergen


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