Research Seminar Quantitative Economics
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 be either in-person (hybrid) or via Zoom. The in-person seminars take place on campus and can be attended by UHH researchers and students. They will also be live-streamed on Zoom, where all interested economists or students, including those from other institutions, can participate digitally. Please note the official hygiene rules of Universität Hamburg.
To register for the Zoom meetings please follow the link.
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 2022-23
(Frankfurt School of Finance)
|A Temporary VAT Cut as Unconventional Fiscal Policy (paper)||in-person|
(Goethe Universität Frankfurt)
|Backward Error and Condition Number Analysis of Linear DSGE Solutions (paper)||in-person|
|08.11.||Leopold Zessner-Spitzenberg (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)||Fear of Hiking? Monetary Policy and Sovereign Risk (paper)||in-person|
(Bank of Canada)
|Narrative-Driven Fluctuations in Sentiment: Evidence Linking Traditional and Social Media (paper)||Zoom|
|Deep Uncertainty Quantification for Climate Change Mitigation||Zoom|
|How to Limit the Spillover from the 2021 Inflation Surge to Inflation Expectations? (paper)||Zoom|
(Copenhagen Business School)
|Consumption Inequality in the Digital Age (paper)||in-person|
(Australian National University)
|More Debt More Risk? (paper)||in-person|
(European Central Bank)
|Euro area sovereign bond risk premia before and during the Covid-19 pandemic (paper)||in-person|
|Active and Passive (Un)conventional Monetary and Fiscal Policies for Debt Stability (joint paper)||in-person|
|The Debt-Inflation Channel of the German Hyperinflation (paper)||in-person|
|An Estimated Model with Endogenous Transitions between Target Inflation and Persistent Low Inflation Equilibria||in-person|