Brown Bag Seminar

Die Brown-Bag Seminare finden, wenn nicht anders vermerkt, während des Semesters am Mittwoch zwischen 12.00 und 13.00 Uhr im A222 Uni-S statt.

Kontakt

Termine

Datum Referent/in
Titel
16.12.2020
Pietro Biroli
University of Zurich
 
25.11.2020
Vladimir Mikhailovich
University of Bern
Asset prices responses to a monetary policy shock
23.11.2020
Monday
Dino Collalti
University of Bern
Predicting Swiss Healthcare Costs using Machine Learning (Zoom)
16.11.2020
Monday
Armando Näf
University of Bern
Heterogeneity in Portfolio Returns (Zoom)
04.11.2020
Martina Pons
University of Bern
Minimum Distance Estimation of the Grouped IV Quantile Regression Model (Zoom)
21.10.2020
Samuel Rosenow
WTI
Around firm-level trade in Colombia (Zoom)
14.10.2020
Lukas Kyriacou
University of Bern
A Model United Nations Experiment on Climate Change Negotiations
30.09.2020
Samuel Huber
University of Basel
Unemployment and the Demand for Money
27.05.2020
Preetha Kalambaden
University of Bern
Child Care and Parental Employment: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment (Zoom)
20.05.2020
David Gallusser
University of Basel
What Accounts for Inequality Trends in Couples' Earnings? Assessing the Roles of Wages, Hours, and Assortative Mating using Pair-Copula Constructions (Zoom)
06.05.2020
Sarah Spycher
University of Bern
Strategic Delegation in the Formation of International Environmental Agreements (Zoom)
29.04.2020
Nadia Ceschi
University of Bern
Family Background and Labor Market Signaling (Zoom)
22.04.2020
Dino Collalti
University of Bern
Economic Damages due to Extreme Rainfall during Tropical Storms: Evidence from Jamaica (Zoom)
08.04.2020 Marcel Henkel
University of Dusseldorf
The Role of Key Regions in Spatial Development (Zoom)
25.03.2020
Jonas Meier
University of Bern
Multivariate Distribution Regression (Zoom)

Important remark for PhD students:

The former PhD Workshop has been integrated into the Brown Bag seminar.
It is still possible to present fresh research ideas, unfinished working papers and conference preparations.
We encourage you to present your work at an early stage!

For information purposes, please indicate below the stage of your work, using the following enumeration:

  1. Research ideas (2 presentations per date possible, each 20 Minutes+Discussion)
  2. Unfinished working paper (some preliminary results, paper not written yet)
  3. Finished work - conference paper