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Conference on Regional Economics and Public Policy
January, 28th - 29th, 2015

 

DIES 2014

Credit Suisse Award for Best Teaching
Prof. Dr. Aymo Brunetti

Honoris causa
Rudolf Stämpfli

PhD Seminar: Discounting and Climate Change Mitigation:
Lessons learned from the Stern-Nordhaus Debate

Prof. Gunter Stephan/Prof. Ralph Winkler
please register in KSL

SINERGIA

Swiss National Funds finances the Sinergia project: Climate Change Extremes and Adaptation Strategies considering Uncertainty and Federalism (CCAdapt). Leading house of this prestigious project is the Department of Economics (University of Bern), partners are the University of Basel as well as the Ecole Polytechnioue de Lausanne (EPFL). Swiss National Science Foundation P3

For further information please contact gunter.stephan@vwi.unibe.ch

Newsletter 2014 Department of Economics
 

Next Research Seminar
 

Next Brown Bag Seminar
 

 

Selected recent publications

Heim, Lukas (2015), Inflation versus Price-Level Targeting; Bayesian Estimation of a Small Open DSGE Model for Switzerland, Springer BestMasters.

Bachmann, A. and S. Boes (2014). Private transfers and college students’ decision to work. Economics of Education Review, Volume 42, October 2014, Pages 34–42.

Kaiser, Boris und Christian Schmid (forthcoming), “Does Physician Dispensing Increase Drug Expenditures? Empirical Evidence from Switzerland”, Health Economics.

Schmid, Christian (forthcoming), "Consumer Health Information and the Demand for Physician Visits", Health Economics.

Gunter Stephan and Georg Müller-Fürstenberger. 2014. "Global Warming, Technological Change and Trade in Carbon Energy: Challenge or Threat?" Environmental and Resource Economics, DOI: 10.1007/s10640-014-9818-4.

Feess, E, Gerfin, M. and Mühlheusser, G. (forthcoming) "Contracts as rent seeking devices: Evidence from German soccer", Economic Inquiry.

Bütikofer, A. and M. Gerfin (forthcoming), “The economies of scale of living together and how they are shared – estimates based on a collective household model”, Review of the Economics of the Household.

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