Die Forschungsseminare finden, wenn nicht anders vermerkt, an Montagen um 17:00 Uhr im Seminarraum A222 Uni-S statt.



Datum Referent/in
19.02.2018 Konrad Mierendorff
Optimal Sequential Decision with Limited Attention
26.02.2018 Tai-Wei Hu
University of Bristol
Optimal Banking Regulation with Endogenous Liquidity Provision
05.03.2018 Todd Keister
University of Rutgers
Managing Aggregate Liquidity: The Role of a Central Bank Digital Currency
12.03.2018 Lorenz Kueng
Northwestern University
Excess Sensitivity of High-Income Consumers
13.03.2018 Francesco Zanetti
University of Oxford
State Dependence in Labor Market Fluctuations: Evidence, Theory and Policy Implications
19.03.2018 Daniel Kraehmer
Universität Bonn
Full Surplus Extraction in Mechanism Design with Information Disclosure
09.04.2018 Giacomo Ponzetto
CREI/Pombeu Fabra
16.04.2018 Dana Sisak
Erasmus University Rotterdam
30.04.2018 Lea Sassar
University of Cologne
14.05.2018 Timo Boppart
.05.2018 Stephan Heblich
University of Bristol

Seminare vorheriger Jahre

Guillaume Vuillemey
The Failure of a Clearinghouse: Empirical Evidence
Susanna Esteban
International Integration of Used Markets with a Monopoly Producer
John Moore
Leverage Stacks and the Financial System
Florian Scheuer
University of Zurich
Signaling to Experts
Luca Fornaro
The Paradox of Global Thrift
Toomas Hinnosaar
Collegio Carlo Alberto
Dynamic common-value contests
Alessandro Mennuni
University of Southampton
Liquid Accounts as a Store of Value and Excess Capacity
Fernando Martin
St. Louis Fed.
The Value of Constraints on Discretionary Government Policy
Ralph Ossa
University of Zurich
Accounting for the New Gains from Trade Liberalization
Justin Johnson
Cornell University
Anticompetitive Exclusive Dealing without Exclusion
Sascha Becker
University of Warwick
The Economic Effects of Catholic Censorship During the Counter-Reformation
Giacomo Calzolari
University of Bologna
Exclusive contracts with costly rent extraction
Francois Geerolf
University of California

A Theory of Discount Rates

08.05.2017 Jose L. Moraga Gonzales
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
A Model of Directed Consumer Search
Yongmin Chen
University of Colorado at Boulder
Experience Goods, Consumer Search, and Intermediaries
Xavier Ragot
Paris School of Economics
Inequality, Liquidity, and Optimal Monetary Policy
José V. Rodriguez Mora
University of Edinburgh
Correlating Social Mobility and Economic Outcomes
Jean-Paul L'Huillier
Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF)
Technological Revolutions and the Three Great Slumps: A Medium-Run Analysis
Simone Manganelli
European Central Bank
Deciding with Judgment
David de la Croix
Université catholique de Louvain
French Fertility and Education Transition: Rational Choice vs. Cultural Diffusion
Frank Kleibergen
University of Amsterdam
Efficient size correct subset inference in linear instrumental variables regression
22.02.2016 Fabian Herweg
University of Bayreuth
Optimal Cost Overruns: Procurement Auctions with Renegotiation
Gregory Crawford
University of Zurich
Bounding Demand Elasticities with Unobserved Choice Set Heterogeneity
Shengxing Zhang
London School of Economics
Turnover Liquidity and the Transmission of Monetary Policy
21.03.2016 Francesca Carapella
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C.
Clearing, transparency, and collateral
Martin Gonzales-Eiras
University of Copenhagen
Why Might the Old Want to Honor Sovereign Debt?
David Dorn
University of Zurich
Foreign Competition and Domestic Innovation: Evidence from U.S. Patents
18.04.2016 Marlene Isoré
University of Helsinki
Disaster risk and preference shifts in a New Keynesian model
Gabriel Ahlfeldt
London School of Economics and Political Science
Après Nous le Déluge? Direct Democracy and Intergenerational Conflicts in Ageing Societies
02.05.2016 Marie Hoerova
European Central Bank
Optimal margins and equilibrium prices
Ferdinand Rauch
Oxford University
The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network
Jaime Luque
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The credit scoring channel in the subprime conduit mortgage market
Toru Kitagawa
University College London
Who should be treated? Empirical welfare maximization methods for treatment choice.
Benoit Mojon
Banque de France
Forward guidance and heterogenous beliefs
05.10.2016 Patrick Fève
Toulouse School of Economics
When is Nonfundamentalness in VARs A Real Problem? An Application to News Shocks
Roman Sustek
University of London
Regis Breton
Banque de France
Alexey Kushnir
Carnegie Mellon University
Joao Montez
HEC Lausanne
12.12.2016 Alex Whalley
University California
19.12.2016 Patrick Gagliardini
University of Lugano
  • Frédéric Robert-Nicoud, Université de Genève
    "Trade and long term unemployment: A quantitative assesment"
  • Kevin Sheedy, London School of Economics
    "Morning Horse"
  • Martin Wagner, TU Dortmund
  • Ben Lester, Philadelphia FED
  • Marek Jarocinski, European Central Bank
  • Regis Barnichon, CREI/Pompeu Fabra
    "Measuring the Non-linear Effects of Monetary Policy"
  • Francesco Zanetti, Oxford University
  • Christiane Baumeister, Bank of Canada
    "Sign Restrictions, Structural Vector Autoregressions, and Useful Prior Information"
  • Shengxing Zhang, London School of Economics
  • Leonardo Melosi, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
  • Thierry Magnac, Toulouse School of Economics
  • Carolyn Fischer, Resources for the future
    "Strategic subsidies for green goods
  • Davide Debortoli, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    "Optimal Time-Consistent Government Debt Maturity
  • Angel Hernando Veciana, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid
    "Rounding in Libor Fixing"
  • David Albouy, University of Illinois
    "Housing Demand and Expenditures: How Rising Rent Levels Affect Behavior andCosts-of-Living over Space and Time"
  • Keith Kuester, University of Bonn
    "Doves for the Rich, Hawks for the poor? Distributional consequences of monetary policy"
  • Dino Gerardi, Collegio Carlo Alberto
    "Dynamic Contracting with Limited Commitment and the Ratchet Effect"
  • Mario Forni, University di Modena
    "Measuring Fundamentalness and Partial Fundamentalness in Structural VARs"
  • Ed Nosal, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
    "Segregated Balance Accounts"
  • Helmut Lütkepohl, Freie Unviersität Berlin
    "Structural Vector Autoregressions with Heteroskedasticity - A Comparison of Different Volatility Models"
  • Dennis Kristensen, University College London
    "Modeling Corporate Defaults: Poisson Autoregressions with Exogeneous Covariates (PARX)
  • Tomohiro Hirano, University of Tokyo
    "Macroprudential Policy versus Bailouts in a Rational-Bubble Model: Lean or Clean?"
  • Christian Keuschnigg, Universität St. Gallen
    "Flexicurity, Taxes and Job Reallocation"
  • Tim Friehe, University of Bonn
    "The Influence of Product Liability on Vertical Product Dierentiation"
  • Aleksander Berentsen, University of Basel
    "Financial Fragility in Monetary Economies"
  • Stefan Hoderlein, Boston University
    "The Triangular Model with Random Coefficients"
  • Piepaolo Benigno, LUISS
    "Non-Neutrality of Open-Market Operations"
  • Herman van Dijk, University of Amsterdam -
    "Posterior-Predictive Evidence on US Inflation using Extended new Keynesian philips Curve Models with non-filtered Data
  • Philippe Bacchetta, HEC Lausanne
    "Corporate Cash and Employment"
  • Ricardo Reis, Columbia University
    "Maintaining Central-Bank Solvency  under New-Style Central Banking"
  • Berno Büchel, University  of Hamburg
    "Opinion Dynamics and Wisdom under Conformity"
  • Kathy Spier, Harvard University
    " Trial and Settlement: A Study of High-Low Agreements"
  • Luca Sala, Bocconi University
    "Noisy News in Business Cycles"
  • David Martimort, Paris School of Economics
    " Double-edged asymmetric information as a motive for trade, trade policies, and inefficient trade agreements"
  • Luis Santos Pinto, University of Lausanne
    " Entrepreneurial Optimism and Equity Market Signaling"
  • Francois Gourio, Boston University and FED
    "Financial Distress and Endogenous Uncertainty"
  • Daniel Chen, ETH Zurich
    "Growth Under the Shadow of Expropriation? The Economic Impacts of Eminent Domain"
  • Carlo Favero, Bocconi University
    "The Output Effect of Fiscal Adjustments"
  • Sylvia Kaufmann, Studycenter Gerzensee
    "The Cyclical Component of Labor Market Polarization and Jobless Recoveries in the US"
  • Luca Gambetti, Universitat Autonoma Barcelona
    "The Effects of Monetary Policy on Asset Prices Bubbles: Some Evidence"
  • Sophocles Mavroeidis, Oxford University
    "Learning can generate Long Memory"
  • Katja Kaufmann, Bocconi University
    "The intergenerational Effects of Elite higher Education: Evidence from Chile"
  • John Moore, London School of Economics
  • Conny Wunsch, Universität Basel
    "Unemployment insurance and departures from employment"
  • Juan Rubio-Ramirez, Duke University
    "Inference Based on SVARs Identified with Sign and Zero Restrictions: Theory and Application"
  • Diego Puga, CEMFI Madrid
    "City of Dreams"
  • Andrea Weber, Univeristät Mannheim
    "Coworkers, Networks, and Job Search Outcomes"
  • Jordi Gali, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    "The Effects of a Money-Financed Fiscal Stimulus"
  • Guido Ascari, University of Pavia
    "Monetary and Fiscal Policy Interactions: Leeper (91) Redux"
  • Jorgen Weibull, Stockholm School of Economics
    "Evolutionarily stable strategies, preferences and moral values, in n-player interactions"
  • Ulrich J. Wagner, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid
    "Can taxes tame the banks? Evidence from European bank levies"
  • Heiko Karle, ETH Zurich
    "The Structure of Negotiations: Incomplete Agreements and the Focusing Effect"
  • Stefan Sperlich, Universität Genf
    "Fancy Non-(non-)linearities in Applied Econometrics"