The research seminar “Quantitative Economics” is jointly organized by professors of the Department of Economics and the Department of Socioeconomics. Its main goal is the scientific discourse between national and international researchers in quantitative economics, with a focus on macroeconomics, financial economics, and international economics.
This semester our seminars will take place in-person only (no Zoom option). The seminars can be attended by UHH researchers and students, as well as guests by invitation. If you are not affiliated with UHH and would like to attend, please reach out to one of the organizers.
The talks and discussion are in English.
Time: Tuesdays, 12.15 - 13.30 CET.
Room: 0079, ground-floor, Von-Melle-Park 5
Schedule for the winter term 2023/24
|Global Equity Yields (abstract)|
|Do Past Emissions Affects Firms‘ Supply of Green Technologies: Evidence from Technology-Related Job Postings|
|Leverage Constraints and Investors' Choice of Underlyings|
|Redistribution and the Wage-Price Dynamics: Optimal Fiscal and Monetary Policy (abstract)|
|12.12.2023|| Michael Graber
(Statistics Norway and University of Oslo)
|Behavioural Responses to Income Taxation in Norway (abstract)|
|Macroprudential Policy Leakage through Firms|
(European Central Bank)
|Approximate Functional Differencing|
|Strengths and Limitations of the Use of Machine Learning in the Estimation of Inequality of Opportunity|
(University of Oxford)