Economics Lunch Spring Term 2013

The Economics Lunch provides an excellent opportunity for doctoral students of the WWZ and for young researchers from other institutions to present their own research (ideas and possible results) and advance it productively through discussions with other doctoral students and professors.

See Notice on the Economics Lunch for more information.

Program for the spring term 2013

Usually, presentations take place on Wednesdays from 12.30 to 1.30 pm in the seminar room S13 (WWZ).

Date

Presenter and Topic

27.02.13

Mariam Ouchen: The Optimal Choice of the Exchange Rate Regime in Morocco [abstract]

06.03.13

Jaehong Kim: On the Uniqueness of Directed Search Equilibrium

13.03.13

Doc Lunch: Academic Writing with Hermione Miller

11.30-12.30, 20.03.13

Lennart Blech: A Forecast Competition for Passenger Vehicle Sales: Does Statistical Time Series Forecasting Outperform Expert Judgment? [abstract] (S15)

12.15-1.45,
27.03.13

Extraordinary research seminar:
Prof. Dr. Guillaume Rocheteau (University of California at Irvine)

Unemployment, Financial Frictions, and the Housing Market

03.04.13

Markus Ludwig: Youth Bulges and Civil Conflict: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa and India [abstract]

10.04.13

Doc Lunch: Academic Writing with Hermione Miller

17.04.13

Alessandro Gioffré: A Repeated-Game Foundation of Monetary Equilibrium [abstract]

24.04.13

Ulrich Matter: New Opportunities for Social Science Research: Open Source Interfaces to Public Data [summary]

01.05.13

Labor Day

08.05.13

Christian Rutzer: Trade Liberalization and Changes in Competitiveness of Countries [abstract]

15.05.13

Doc Lunch: Academic Writing with Hermione Miller

22.05.13

Florian Kuhlmey: Local Income Taxation and Spillover-Generating Public Goods [abstract] [presentation]

29.05.13

Markus Hertrich: How Credible is the EUR/CHF Floor? A Financial Market Perspective

In order to register for a slot, please send an email to Oliver.Sigrist[at]unibas.ch

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Letzte Änderung: 14.04.2016