Economics Lunch

The Economics Lunch provides an excellent opportunity for doctoral students and Postdocs at the Faculty of Business and Economics to present their research and advance it productively through discussions with fellow students and professors. All Ph.D. students at the Faculty of Business and Economics must present in the Economics Lunch at least once before finishing their doctorate. Depending on availability, the Economics Lunch is also open for professors, and for doctoral students from other institutions.

Click here for detailed information on the Economics Lunch for presenters.

In order to register for a slot, please send an email to gsbe-wwz@clutterunibas.ch.

For virtual seminars, Zoom-Link provided with the invitation to the seminar. Non-members of the faculty please contact: gsbe-wwz@clutterunibas.ch


Spring Term 2021

 

DATETIMEPLACEPRESENTER
Economics Lunch
TOPICTIMEPRESENTER
Economics Lunch "plus"
TOPIC
March 3, 202112:15ZoomCyrill Bühler"Capital Returns after a Terms of Trade Shock"13:10  
March 10, 202112:15ZoomSeverin Zimmermann"The Consequences of Hosting Asylum Seekers for Citizens' Policy Preferences"13:10  
March 17, 202112:15ZoomAlice Hengevoss"The Effect of Comprehensive INGO Accountability on Program Effectiveness: Towards a Discursive Logic"13:10Prof. Dr. Georg von Schnurbein"Effects of COVID-19 volunteering on the willingness to volunteer long-term"
March 24, 202112:15ZoomNo seminar 13:10  
March 31, 202112:15ZoomNo seminar 13:10  
April 7, 202112:15ZoomNo seminar 13:10  
April 14, 202112:15ZoomFintan Oeri"How Economic Resources, Lobbying Capacity and Group Type shape Lobbying Influence" (preliminary paper on demand)13:10  
April 21, 202112:15ZoomMichael Huynh"Swiss pension funds and the determinants of free cash flow"13:10  
April 28, 202112:15Zoom  13:10  
May 5, 202112:15ZoomAndrea Ghisletta"The impact of vocational training interventions on youth labor market outcomes: a meta-analysis"13:10  
May 12, 202112:15ZoomDr. Kumar Rishabh"Fintech Lending and Sales Manipulation"13:10  
May 19, 202112:15ZoomThomas Gerber"Examining the Spread of Trade Theories in 19th Century British Parliament" 13:10  
May 26, 202112:15ZoomNicholas Arnold"NPO Approaches Towards Companies and Effects on Households' Willingness to Buy and Donate"13:10  
June 2, 202112:15ZoomRaja Daouah"Asymmetric information, opportunism and Financing decisions"13:10