VWL-Forschungsseminar

 

Gäste der VWL-Lehrstühle im Rahmen des VWL-Forschungsseminars oder des Fakultäts-Brownbagseminars

Mittwoch, 09.12.2020, 10:15-11:45 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Markus Nagler, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Titel: tbc.

Mittwoch, 02.12.2020, 12:15-13:45 Uhr
Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm, Universität Passau
Titel: Can training enhance adoption, knowldge and perception of organic farming practices? Evidence from a randomized experimant in Indonesia

Mittwoch, 29.10.2020, 10:15-11:45 Uhr
Dr. Jakob Miethe, LMU München
Titel: Offshore real estate investment. Economic incentives, secrecy motives, and ultimate ownership

Mittwoch, 15.01.2020
Dr. Dominik Sachs, LMU München
Titel: The Indirect Fiscal Benefits of Low-Skilled Immigration

Mittwoch, 04.12.2019
Dr. Michele Battisti, University of Glasgow
Titel: Technologiecal and organisational change and the careers of workers

Mittwoch, 23.10.2019
Dr. Luca David Opromolla, Banco de Portugal Eurosystem
Titel: Good and Factor Market Integration

Mittwoch, 26.06.2019,
Prof. Dr. Ricardo Perez-Truglia, Anderson School of Management UCLA
Titel: The Effects in Income Transparency on Well-Being: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Mittwoch, 26.06.2019
Prof. Dr. Ghazala Azmat, Sciences Po Paris
Titel: Understanding Gender Gaps among Young Professionals

Mittwoch, 05.06.2019
Prof. Hani Mansour, Phd, University of Colorado Denver
Titel: Gender Differences in Political Career Progression: Evidence from U.S. Elections

Mittwoch, 30.01.2019
Dr. Vojtech Bartos, LMU München
Titel: Effects of Poverty on Impatience: Preferences or Inattention?

Mittwoch, 23.01.2019
Dr. Aixa García-Ramos, Universität Passau
Titel: The Mexican Drug War: Elctions and Homicides

Mittwoch, 24.10.2018
Prof. Albrecht Glitz, PhD, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Titel: Industrial Espionage and Productivity

Mittwoch, 27.06.2018
Dr. Dominik Schober, ZEW Mannheim
Titel: Tax Incidence and Competition: Case of Austrian Fuel Retailing

Mittwoch, 31.01.2018
Prof. Dr. Philipp Dörrenberg, Universität Mannheim
Titel: Asymmetric labor-supply Responses to wage-rate Changes: Experimantal Evicence from an Online Labor Market

Mittwoch, 10.01.2018
Prof. Dr. Guido Schwerdt, Universität Konstanz
Titel: Skills, Signals and Employability: An Experimental Investigation

Mittwoch, 11.01.2017
Dr. Ulrich Glogowsky, LMU München
Titel: Behavioral Responses to Wealth Tranfer Taxation: Bunching Evidence form German