The research seminar “Quantitative Economics” is jointly organized by professors of the Department of Economics and the Department of Socioeconomics . It takes place every Tuesday during the summer and winter terms.
The aim of the seminar is the scientific discourse between national and international researchers in the field of quantitative economics.
The seminar is open to students and members of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Science. We are looking forward to seeing active participation and dedicated discussions.
Lectures will be held in English.
This winter semester (2020/21) we are (again) going virtual with these seminars, and are opening it up to economists from other institutions.
To register please follow the link.
Time: Tuesday, 12:15 PM
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Schedule for the winter term 2020/21
|Taxing Families: The Impact of Child-related Transfers on Maternal Labor Supply|
|Labor-Market Hysteresis and Persistent Paradox-of-Thrift Recessions|
|17.11.||This event was cancelled
|Fatal Austerity: The Economic Consequences of Heinrich Brüning|
(Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
|The Credit Line Channel|
(IfW/ CAU Kiel)
|Sovereign Bonds since Waterloo|
(Iason ltd. & University of Bologna)
|Benchmark Framework for Non Maturing Deposits and its Application to Public Data Available from Banca d’Italia|
|Christmas Break & Turn of the Year|
|This event was cancelled||-|
(University of Chicago)
|Why Does the Fed Move Markets so Much? A Model of Monetary Policy and Time-Varying Risk Aversion|
(IMK & University Bamberg)
|Identifying and Explaining Heterogeneity of MPCs|
|26.01.||Juan Carlos Parra-Alvarez
|Estimation of continuous-time linear DSGE models from discrete-time measurements|
|How do People Respond to Small Probability Events with Large, Negative Consequences?|
|Does the Commodity Super Cycle Matter?|