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MEF-seminar winter 2020_2021

MEF-Seminar (Macro/Econometrics/Finance)

Please note: Due to the current situation we will organise our MEF Seminars via Zoom. Please contact [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.] for further information.
Wednesdays, Sitzungszimmer, Juridicum, Adenauerallee 24-42.


Dates for winter term 2020/2021 (01-Oct-2020 - 31-Mar-2021) in cooperation with University College London (UCL):


Date Title Speaker
30.09.2020 Growing through Competition: The Reduction of Entry Barriers among Chinese Manufacturing Firms Yu Zheng, Queen Mary


Investment Dynamics and Cyclical Redistribution Nathan Zorzi, University of Southern California
14.10.2020 Credit Horizons Nobu Kiyotaki, Princeton
21.10.2020, 12:15pm CEST Why Does Capital Flow from Equal to Unequal Countries Federica Romei, Oxford
21.10.2020, 5pm CEST The Gender Pay Gap: Micro Sources and Macro Consequences Christian Moser, Columbia Business School
28.10.2020 The Transmission of Monetary Policy under the Microscope Andreas Tischbirek, HEC Lausanne
04.11.2020 Efficient Redistribution Corina Boar, NYU
11.11.2020 The Vagaries of the Sea: Evidence on the Real Effects of Money from Maritime Disasters in the Spanish Empire Nuno Palma, The University of Manchester
18.11.2020 Aging, Factor Prices and Capital Movements Sagiri Kitao, University of Tokyo
25.11.2020 Skewed Business Cycles (with Sergio Salgado) Fatih Guvenen, University of Minnesota
02.12.2020 Unexpected Effects: Uncertainty, Unemployment and Inflation

Pontus Rendahl, Cambridge

09.12.2020 Consumer Bankruptcy as Aggregate Demand Management (with Kurt Mitman) Adrien Auclert, Stanford University
16.12.2020 Sovereign Default Risk and Firm Heterogeneity Luigi Bocola, Stanford University
27.01.2021 Income Volatility and Portfolio Choice (with Jay H. Hong, Marios Karabarbounis, Yicheng Wang, and Tao Zhang)
Yongsung Chang, Seoul National University


Bonn Economic History Webinar

The Bonn Economic History Webinar takes place on Thursdays at 04:00 p.m.

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