Research Seminar Quantitative Economics
The research seminar “Quantitative Economics” is jointly organized by professors of the Department of Economics and the Department of Socioeconomics.
The aim of the seminar is the scientific discourse between national and international researchers in the field of quantitative economics.
This semester (summer semester 2021) we are again going virtual with our seminar. Therefore we invite not only students and researchers at Universität Hamburg but also all interested economists from other institutions. The talks are held in English.
To register please follow the link.
Time: Tuesday, 12:15 - 1:30pm
Schedule for the summer term 2021
(KOF ETH Zurich)
|Measuring Inequality Using Geospatial Data|
(University of Frankfurt, SAFE Institute)
|Non-Substitutable Consumption Growth Risk - Link Paper Abstract|
(University of Oxford)
|Measuring Urban Economics from the Web|
(University of Bamberg)
|Are Some People More Equal than Others? Experimental Evidence on Group Identity and Income Inequality|
(University of Bonn and CEPR)
|The Exchange Rate Insulation Puzzle - Link Paper Abstract|
(University of Tübingen)
|Theory-Based vs. Machine Learning-Implied Stock Risk Premia - Link Paper Abstract|
|Sharing Asymmetric Tail Risk: Smoothing, Asset Pricing and Terms of Trade|
|The Corporate Supply of Quasi Safe Assets|
|08.06.||Martin Blomhoff Holm
(University of Oslo)
|Monetary Policy under Demographic Transitions|
|Aiding Urbanization? The Differential Effects of Official Development Assistance and Chinese Foreign Aid|
(Leuphana Universität Lüneburg)
|Intrinsic Preferences for the Timing and the Skewness of Information Revelation: Experimental Evidence on Information Structures and Compound Lotteries|
|US Trade Policy and the US Dollar|