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Brown Bag Seminar

The “Brown Bag“ seminar at WFI gives high-profile researchers the opportunity to present their work in front of the faculty. There are four sessions per term, each of them on Wednesdays. All participants will have the chance to discuss standout research papers with the authors and to meet fellow researchers from similar or entirely different fields. Thus, WFI designed the “Brown Bag” seminar specifically for PhD students, postdocs, professors and interested undergrads from all scientific backgrounds.

Members of the faculty as well as renowned international guests are invited to present their work in the seminar. Not only does the “Brown Bag” seminar showcase excellent research – it also inspires new and potentially interdisciplinary projects.

Winter term 2019/2020

23.10.2019Prof. Luca Opromolla
Banco de Portugal

Goods and Factor Market Integration: A Quantitative Assessment of the EU Enlargement (pdf)

13.11.2019Prof. Dr. David Stewart
Loyola Marymount University

Short- and Long-Term Effects of Advertising on Brand Equity: Does Major Event Advertising Build Brands?


Prof. Dr. Marco Steinhauser


22.01.2020Prof. Dr. Pirmin Fontaine



Summer term 2019

2019-05-29Prof. Dr. Kai Sandner
Why do not all firms engage in tax avoidance
2019-06-12Prof. Dr. Shashi Matta

Parental Choice of Healthy Food for Children at Fast Food Restaurants: Investigating Social Comparison, Implicit Self-Theories, and Social Norms in Six Field Studies

2019-06-26Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Brüggen
(Maastricht University)

Using Investment and Assurance Frames to Encourage Retirement Information Search

Attention room change: NB 201

2019-07-03Prof. Dr. Nicole DeHoratius
(University of Chicago Booth School of Business)
Delivery Service Value in Attendant Home Delivery                                                    

Winter term 2018/2019

2018-10-24Albrecht Glitz
(Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Industrial Espionage and Productivity (pdf)
2019-01-09Gunter Löffler
(University of Ulm)
Systemic Risk Implications of Bond Portfolio Governance
2019-01-16Thomas Setzer 
Error Decomposition and Shrinkage of Weights in Expectation Combination Models
2019-01-30Joachim Büschken (WFI)

Improving Text Analysis Using Sentence Conjunctions and Punctuation (pdf)

Summer term 2018:

2018-05-09Sabine Benoit
(University of Surrey)
How to react to chain liability: Consumer trust damage and repair in supply chains
2018-05-23Kay Blaufus
(Leibniz University Hannover)
Tax Misperceptions and the Effect of Informational Tax Nudges on Retirement Savings (pdf)

Dominika Langenmayr


Taxation and Corporate Risk-Taking (pdf)
2018-06-27Katja Gelbrich

Compensation Revisited: A Social Resource Theory Perspective on Offering a Monetary Resource After a Service Failure (pdf)

Please note: We are meeting in room Z 01 NB.