Termine im Sommersemester 2017

19. April 2017
2. Mai 2017 (Achtung! Dienstag)
10. Mai 2017
17. Mai 2017
14. Juni 2017
28. Juni 2017
5. Juli 2017
19. Juli 2017
26. Juli 2017  

Vorträge im Sommersemester 2017

Die Vorträge finden jeweils mittwochs von 14:30 Uhr bis 15:30 Uhr im Raum GC 02/120 statt. Interessierte sind herzlich eingeladen!

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19. April 2017

Martin Kalthaus (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)

Vortragsthema: "Flexibility in the Selection of Patent Counts: Implications for Policy Recommendations and p-Hacking"

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Dienstag 2. Mai 2017

17 bis 18 Uhr GBCF 04/300

Tomas Farchi (RWTH Achen)

Vortragsthema: "Hybrid governing in complex institutional fields."

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10. Mai 2017

Michael Simora (RWI Essen)

Vortragsthema: "The Effect of Financial Compensation on the Acceptance of Power Lines: Evidence from a Randomized Discrete Choice Experiment in Germany"

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17. Mai 2017

Lea Eilers (RWI Essen)

Vortragsthema: "Investigating Rental Prices in Germany: A Comparison between Migrant and Native Renters."

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14. Juni 2017

Florian Ziel (Europa Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder))

Vortragsthema: "Electricity Price Forecasting using Supply and Demand Curves"

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28. Juni 2017

Marcel Smolka (Aarhus University Denmark)

Vortragsthema: "Foreign Ownership and Skill-biased Technological Change"

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5. Juli 2017

Ron Davis (University College Dublin)

Vortragsthema: "The Heterogeneous Impact of Brexit: Early Indications from the FTSE"

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19. Juli 2017

Anica Kramer (RWI Essen) 

Vortragsthema: "Revisiting the Persistence of Population Shocks: Why do studies reach such different results?"

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26. Juli 2017

Kerstin Roeder (Universität Augsburg)

Vortragsthema: "Family-specific investments and divorce: A model of dynamically inconsistent household behavior"