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MEF-seminar winter term 2018/19

MEF-Seminar (Macro/Econometrics/Finance)


Thursdays 16:15 - 17:30
in seminar room Kaiserplatz 7-9, 4th floor, room no. 4.006

 

Dates for winter term 2018/19  (11-Oct-2018 - 7-Feb-2019):

 

Date Title Speaker
11.10.2018
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Iourii Manovskii, University of Pennsylvania
18.10.2018
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25.10.2018
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Josef Schroth, Bank of Canada
08.11.2018
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Matteo Iacoviello, Federal Reserve Board
15.11.2018
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Michèle Tertilt, University of Mannheim
21.11.2018
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Paolo Surico, London Business School and CEPR
29.11.2018
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Michael Weber, Chicago Booth
06.12.2018
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13.12.2018
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Árpád Ábrahám, European University Institute
20.12.2018
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Gianluca Violante, Princeton University
07.02.2019
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Gian-Luca Clementi, NYU Stern



MacroHistory-seminar summer term 2018

MacroHistory-seminar


Thursdays 12:15 - 13:30
at Kaiserplatz 7-9, 4th floor, Room 4.006. For details, see www.macrohistory.net

 

Dates for summer term 2018  (9-Apr-2018 - 20-Jul-2018):

 

Date Title
Speaker
19.04.2018 Looking for the bright side of the China Syndrome: Rising export opportunities and life satisfaction in China
Laura Hering
Erasmus University Rotterdam
26.04.2018
no seminar
no seminar
03.05.2018
no seminar
no seminar
17.05.2018
The Sense of the State Elena Esposito
University of Lausanne
07.06.2018
Housing Bubbles and Wealth Inequality: Evidence from Spain
Clara Martinez-Toledano
Paris School of Economics
14.06.2018
Scientific Revolution: Institutions and the Intellectual Rise of the Western World Eric Chaney
Oxford University
21.06.2018
Tordesillas, Slavery and the Origins of Brazilian Inequality Felipe Valencia Caicedo
University of British Columbia
28.06.2018
no seminar
no seminar
05.07.2018
The Big Bang Kaspar Zimmermann
University of Bonn
12.07.2018
"The time varying risk puzzle"
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"The Persistent Effect of Gender Division of Labour: African American Women After Slavery"
Dmitry Kuvshinov
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Anna Baiardi
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University of Bonn.
19.07.2018
The Emergence of Hierarchies and States: Productivity vs. Appropriability
Omer Moav
University of Warwick
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